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Liz Hurley dares to bare in frontless gown clip: 'I've watched this for an hour'

Liz Hurley dares to bare in frontless gown clip: 'I've watched this for an hour'

Entertainment
The actress, who is known for her cheeky snaps, took to the official Elizabeth Hurley Instagram page to give fans a flesh-flashing to remember.Leaving almost nothing to the imagination, the 53-year-old slipped into a plunging black dress.Keen to show off her killer assets, Liz's dress was so daring that there was far less material than there was flesh on show.Ditching her bra, the stunner looked like she as about to pop out of the garment at any moment.Strutting towards the camera, Liz could be seen holding her dress as she walked up some garden stairs. INSTAGRAM SHOCK: Liz Hurley left almost nothing to the imagination Elizabeth Hurley's hottest pictures   ...
'I've never seen anything like this before in my life,' says man who fled Greece fire

'I've never seen anything like this before in my life,' says man who fled Greece fire

World
When fires erupted near his summer home in the coastal Greek town of Mati, Nikos Stavrinidis and his wife ran to the nearest beach, flames and smoke licking at their heels all the way. But when they got to the water's edge, Stavrinidis and his wife were forced to make a desperate choice: Either jump into the water and swim for their lives or risk being consumed by a monster inferno the likes of which the couple had never seen before. They chose to swim, hoping someone would rescue them. "It happened very fast," Stavrinidis told the Associated Press of how the fire swept into his neighborhood. "The fire was in the distance, then sparks from the fire reached us. Then the fire was all around us." He said he and his wife had traveled to their summer home and were preparing for a visit f...
'I've been an NHS patient for 70 years'

'I've been an NHS patient for 70 years'

Health
Jean Jones was only a toddler when the NHS came kicking and screaming into life on 5 July 1948.But she immediately became one of its first patients as she had what turned to be a rare cancer called histiocytosis.It had caused permanent damage to her kidneys, lungs and pituitary gland and meant she was constantly in and out of her local hospital, The Christie in Greater Manchester, in the early years of the health service's life.She has remained under the care of the hospital ever since - and even now has regular check-ups and still has to take hormone drugs.She says she owes the health service her life - and her treatment even inspired her to dedicate her career to the NHS, because she went on to become a nurse."Before the NHS came along you had to pay fo...
Poldark's Aidan Turner: 'I've never felt objectified'

Poldark's Aidan Turner: 'I've never felt objectified'

Entertainment
Aidan Turner has said he has "never felt objectified", despite the amount of attention he receives on Poldark.The actor, who is about to take on his first stage role in 10 years, found himself the subject of a national debate earlier this month.Or rather, his chest did.Writing in the Radio Times, Mariella Frostrup highlighted the apparent "double standards" when it came to female journalists and viewers openly lusting over Ross Poldark.Frostrup said this was something that would be highly criticised if the tables were turned, i.e. if a plethora of male journalists were to objectify a female star."I fear we are losing not only our sense of humour but our sense of proportion as we throw every act of perceived sexism into the #MeToo...
Macular degeneration: 'I've been given my sight back'

Macular degeneration: 'I've been given my sight back'

Health
Doctors have taken a major step towards curing the most common form of blindness in the UK - age-related macular degeneration.Douglas Waters, 86, could not see out of his right eye, but "I can now read the newspaper" with it, he says.He was one of two patients given pioneering stem cell therapy at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. Cells from a human embryo were grown into a patch that was delicately inserted into the back of the eye.'Couldn't see anything'Douglas, who is from London, developed severe age-related macular degeneration in his right eye three years ago.The macula is the part of the eye that allows you to see straight ahead - whether to recognise faces, watch TV or read a book. He says: "In the months before the operation my sight was really poor and I couldn't see anything ou...