Todays Most Shocking And Unbelievable News!
Think Insurance Brings You Today's Shocking News
Here’s a selection of the most shocking news stories from around the world this morning. It all seems like a big joke!
Nigel Farage to back stay campaign – Nigel Farage
The UKIP leader has seemingly done a u-turn on his stance on the EU, opting to throw his weight behind the IN campaign, tweeting: “I've decided that today is the perfect time to announce that I'll be supporting the campaign to remain in the EU.”
Winter to be scrapped – GMB TV
Winter is to be scrapped according to Good Morning Britain’s Laura Tobin, with Autumn lasting from October to January, Spring starting in February and Summer extended to September.
Aston Villa fans charged £5 for leaving matches early – The Sun
Fans of struggling Premier League side Aston Villa are to be charged £5 for leaving matches early according to the Sun. The fine will come into effect tomorrow at the Villa’s home game against Chelsea.
Watch YouTube Videos With Snoop Dogg
YouTube have announced a brand new feature called SnoopaVision, allowing you to now watch YouTube videos in 360 degrees immersive viewing, with hip-hop giant Snoop Dogg.
Olivia Coleman to play James Bond – The Daily Mail
Daniel Craig’s successor has finally been announced, and it’s none other than Olivia Coleman who, after impressing Bond producers as Angela Burr in the Night Manager, will become the first female bond.
EU moving April Fools’ Day – BT
If Britain votes to stay in the EU, April Fools’ Day will be moved to April 2nd, as the first will be reserved for German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck’s birthday.
Rugby to become national German Sport – German Embassy
Not known for their rugby prowess the Germans have decided they want to become big players in the rugby world, with the German government announcing they would focus on winning the ‘7 Nations Tournament’,
England, Wales and Northern Ireland not allowed in Euros if we leave the EU – Telegraph
England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be booted out of the Euro 2016 in France if the UK votes to leave the EU on the 23rd June.