LINE of Duty’s Supt. Ted Hastings could regret shooting ‘Balaclava Man’ in the series four finale – according to the show’s creator. Viewers witnessed the police boss – played by Adrian Dunbar – kill the masked villain on Sunday night, only to discover there is more than one ‘Balaclava Man’. Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio has spoken about the repercussions Ted Hastings could face in series fiveBBC The men are simply a series of…"Line of Duty creator hints AC-12 boss Ted Hastings’ series four finale actions ‘could come back to haunt him’"
A PLUMBER fell 18ft off a ladder and impaled himself on spiked railings below which missed his heart by an inch. James Pitchforth was working on gutters when his ladder gave way. James Pitchforth was rushed to hospital after cutting an artery and puncturing his lung Three spikes speared his chest but he freed himself and lay on the ground with blood pouring from his wounds. The tradesman, 32, from Mirfield, West Yorks, was found…"Plumber fell 18ft off a ladder and impaled himself on spiked railings which missed his heart by an inch"
A MUM is so obsessed with Marmite she eats it with every meal – and never leaves home without a jar. Shelly McClellan, 45, has been nicknamed Mrs McMarmite since childhood when she became addicted to the sticky spread. Shelly McClellan keeps Marmite in her bag so she can add it to her meals in restaurantsCaters News Agency The super fan is so hooked on the vitamins in the famous yeast extract she now slaps…"Mum so obsessed with Marmite that she adds it to every meal… even cereal"
FAT-cat tech firm bosses are using the welfare state to dodge their legal obligations to staff and society, MPs warn today. Companies do not pay 13.8 per cent employer National Insurance contributions when they use self-employed workers. A Commons committee said tech bosses were free-riding on the welfare state and blowing substantial holes in the public purseAlamy But the influential Commons Work and Pensions committee said they were using “bogus” self-employed statuses for its workers to…"Tech firm bosses ‘exploiting welfare state and staff to dodge legal obligations’"
I’ve asked this question before and didn’t know if I could update that question and still have it be seen. I apologise if I am breaking etiquette. Windows error correction says this drive has no errors, and I unmounted it cleanly from the computer. Is there anything else that may be causing this error? I previously asked “Mounting Exfat Xubuntu 16.04, exfat-utils/-fuse doesn’t work.” I have been getting this error: Error mounting /dev/sdb1 at /media/smalltooth/Minibrick:…"Issues mounting Exfat HDD -utils/-fuse QUESTION 2"
I have a hard drive mounted as /data. I’m the owner of the mountpoint, and I own all the directories under it. I installed an IDE under /data. It contains a shell script you need to execute to setup the IDE. This file is also owned by me, and is user, group, world executable. (i.e. I don’t need chmod +x …). For some reason, it wont let me execute the script. I continually get permission…"Cannot execute script outside of home directory"
TWO members of Iron Maiden are being sued over claims one of their greatest anthems was a rip-off. Bassist Steve Harris and guitarist Dave Murray are accused of stealing some of the lyrics for their 1982 hit Hallowed Be Thy Name. Dave Murray and Steve Harris on stage last year with Iron MaidenSplash News A court writ alleges Newcastle rocker Brian Quinn wrote a key part of the song in 1969. The rock millionaires plus…"Iron Maiden sued by rocker who claims he co-wrote one of their greatest hits"
WILL Rufus save the penalty and give Warbury the League One title..? Come back every day to see the latest twist in the tale – click here to see the last episode. Don’t forget you can watch LIVE matches online. In a world first for a cartoon, fans will be able to see Warbury Warriors play at 2pm every Saturday at thesun.co.uk or on YouTube channel Planet Striker. A computer algorithm will decide the outcome…"Striker, Monday, May 1: Will Rufus save the penalty and give Warbury the League One title..?"
TONY Blair stunned Westminster last night by announcing his return to frontline politics and declared: “You need to get your hands dirty and I will.” The divisive former Labour PM said he will be taking an “active party in trying to shape the policy debate” ahead of the General Election next month and the following Brexit talks. Tony Blair says he’s returning to politics 20 years after his 1997 election victory and has vowed to…"Tony Blair announces shock return to frontline politics and vows to get his ‘hands dirty’ in bid to block Brexit"
SAM Faiers was a hot mother on Sunday as she flashed her toned legs in the sunshine. The 26-year-old former Towie babe enjoyed a lovely weekend in the United Arab Emirates. Sam Faiers was enjoying the sunshine in the United Arab Emerate on SundayInstagram With the sun blazing, Sam made sure she protected herself form the rays – as well as ensuring she got a little vitamin D too. Dressed in an near-Bond-Girl-esque bikini, Sam…"Sam Faiers shows off her toned legs in monochrome bikini on sun-soaked family holiday in UAE"