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" If the participants can hack the brutal Russian outback until April 2018, they have the chance of getting their hands on a share of the competition’s prize money – a massive1.5million ($1.6 million). Followed by some 2,000 fixed cameras, and broadcast live online 24/7, contestants must pay around €150,000 ($162,000) to enter the forest, and be deemedmentally stable’ before being able to participate. As Pyatkovskiy explained, perhaps the most shocking part of the competition is that “everything is allowed”. Showing “all the best and all the worst sides of a human nature," there is a strong potential that women and men could end up in hand-to-hand combat, according to one of future contestant Elena Zhernova. Talk of alcohol, violent assault, and even murder has been mentioned. Aside from the struggle of surviving off larvae, hunting animals with make-shift weapons, and outrunning bears, the only way that participants will be able to escape the forest is by hitting a panic button.
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Over 1.1million UK homeowners are sitting on the wrong mortgage deal and wasting over £2,500 every year according to latest research.
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The boss of £158 million gift website Not On The High Street says there needs to be a "cultural change" in the corporate world so that it is more accommodating to working mothers.
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Ars Technica UK
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Next-gen TX5 electric black cabs will start appearing in London later this year—and somewhat unusually, they will be manufactured at the UK's first new car plant in over a decade. The factory, located on the edge of Coventry, is almost entirely funded by Chinese manufacturing giant Geely, which over the past few years has acquired both Volvo and the London Taxi Company. The factory, which officially opened on Wednesday and will have the capacity to produce 20,000 vehicles per year, cost around £300 million to build and will create about 1,000 new jobs over the next few months. The black cabs will initially be sold in the UK later in 2017, and then around the world in 2018. Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Ars Technica
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McLaren Pity the humble hypercar. For a brief moment in time you're the hottest thing on four wheels, splashed across thousands of desktop wallpapers (and bedroom walls, if car posters are still a thing). But these days that kind of star power doesn't last long. Blame the companies that build them. You'd think it would be hard to top something like a McLaren P1 , a hybrid with 903hp (673kW) and a $1.6 million price tag, but that's just what McLaren intends to do with the next car in its "Ultimate" series, the BP23. The BP23 is still two years off, and details are scarce on the ground. It will be a hybrid and have even more power than the P1, and more advanced aerodynamics. Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Radar Online
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As Radar reported, Depp filed a lawsuit against his former longtime business managers, the Mandel Company, alleging fraud and other offenses, and asking for $25 million in damages. They said in return that he needs to get his spending in check. PHOTOS: Doomed For Divorce? Amber Heard & Johnny Depp’s Relationship History In any case, after a string of box office failures and an embarrassing split from Amber Heard last year, Depp needs the Beasts sequel to once again establish him as one of Hollywood's go-to stars. Johnny will be the top-billed actor in the next movie so a lot will be riding on his shoulders, the source said. He wants to be settled in the UK by the time cameras start rolling and he's looking around where the Clooney's have bought. Do you think the UK is a good move for Johnny? Let us know in the comments! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
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Singapore-based auto classifieds Carro has a double whammy of news today it has moved into the vehicle financing space and raised $12 million more from investors. Carro was founded in late 2015 and it went on to close $5.3 million in seed financing last summer. CEO Aaron Tan, a former investor with Singtel himself, said the lead investors identity is not being disclosed for Read More
Ars Technica
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McLaren Pity the humble hypercar. For a brief moment in time you're the hottest thing on four wheels, splashed across thousands of desktop wallpapers (and bedroom walls, if car posters are still a thing). But these days that kind of star power doesn't last long. Blame the companies that build them. You'd think it would be hard to top something like a McLaren P1 , a hybrid with 903hp (673kW) and a $1.6 million price tag, but that's just what McLaren intends to do with the next car in its "Ultimate" series, the BP23. The BP23 is still two years off, and details are scarce on the ground. It will be a hybrid and have even more power than the P1, and more advanced aerodynamics. Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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A £1.25 million revamp of Worcester's Shambles has been given the go-ahead by council chiefs.
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Two million Brits have been studied to see the effect of having no more than 14 units of alcohol per week
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OK!
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Cheryl moved into Liam Payne's Surrey mansion ahead of the birth of their first child [Liam Payne/Twitter] As part of her preparations to welcome her first baby, mum-to-be Cheryl has been making major adjustments. Ahead of the arrival of Liam Payne's little one, the former Girls Aloud singer has moved into the 23-year-old's sizable home. Liam's Surrey mansion is reportedly worth £5.1 million, and the Woking pad is said to be three storeys and host an outdoor swimming ...
South China Morning Post
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Bonds may be an alternative financing tool for Chinas public private partnership (PPP) projects compared with the asset-backed securities (ABS) being encouraged by the central government. China launched its first PPP-backed ABS product last month to finance a sewage and wastewater treatment project worth 840 million yuan (US$121.6). It came two months after Beijing gave the go-ahead for PPP projects to raise funds through securitisation. PPPs are seen as a means of broadening the...