Monthly Archive: May 2012

Jaw-Dropping: Huge Shark Caught Off Cornwall

Two fishermen have reeled in what is believed to be the largest shark caught in British waters. Wayne Comben and Graeme Pullen, from Hampshire, caught the porbeagle shark off the Cornish coast at Boscastle, only a few hundred metres from…
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Behind-the-scenes on Planet of the Apes: How actors in full costume on sci-fi classic relaxed by smoking, drinking

Photographs taken on the set of the 1968 film Planet of the Apes reveal surreal moments as actors in full ape makeup relax between shooting scenes. The science fiction classic became a hit with audiences for the groundbreaking prosthetic makeup…
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UFO sighting by RAF pilot dubbed ‘Saucer Sam’ in 1952 left aviation minister ‘convinced’ we are not alone

A UFO sighting was deemed so credible it convinced a government minister who investigated it. The sighting by an RAF fighter pilot on a training mission over West Germany in 1952 has been revealed for the first time by papers…
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2nd & 3rd generation migrants struggle to understand even basic instructions in English

They were born in the UK, but many second and third generation immigrants speak or understand hardly any English, it was revealed today. Their poor understanding of the language means they are unable to take notes or understand basic instructions…
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Never-before-seen pictures show aftermath of nuclear test in specially built ghost town just like in Indiana Jones

When the eponymous hero stumbles on an eerie abandoned city in 2008 hit Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, it may seem like a classic piece of Hollywood exaggeration. But in fact the unbelievable scene, showing a…
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The leather-bound ‘gospel’ which Iran claims will bring down Christianity and shake world politics

A leather-bound religious text, thought to date from the fifth century but discovered only 12 years ago, will cause the collapse of Christianity worldwide, Iran has claimed. The book, written on animal hide, was confiscated during an anti-smuggling operation in…
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The British ‘are mugs on aid cash’

BRITAIN was last night branded “the mugs of the world” as it emerged our aid spending has rocketed — while most countries SLASHED theirs. Total aid spending by the West’s eight richest nations fell in real terms by one per…
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FOREIGN AID OUTRAGE AS ANOTHER £1BN IS WASTED

BRITAIN’s runaway foreign aid budget sparked fresh anger yesterday after a damning report found a £1billion education programme in Africa has failed to teach basic skills to poor children. The study warned that “inadequate” attention is being paid to the…
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