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Waltham Forest Council has released a series of gruesome photos of a now-closed takeaway that one its health inspectors described as ‘the filthiest premises he had seen in a long time’.
The photos showed the QFC eatery in Wood Street, east London had very poor hygiene and cleanliness, as well as a mouse infestation.
‘It begs the question, “What does the Q in QFC stand for?”‘ said deputy leader and cabinet member for environment, councillor Clyde Loakes.
‘Queasy? Questionable? Certainly not Quality, that’s for sure! In all seriousness, the photos I have seen connected with this inspection tell a pretty disgusting tale.’
The chicken shop was closed down on 18 November immediately after an inspection and two days later a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Order was secured from Stratford magistrates’ court.
The takeaway will only be allowed to re-open once environmental health officers are satisfied it no longer causes a public…
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Confused about the Doctor’s regenerations after watching The Day of the Doctor? Steven Moffat has sought to clear up any misunderstandings.
So, when John Hurt was introduced as the Doctor earlier this year it caused a problem among fans. Which Doctor is he?
When we saw eighth Doctor Paul McGann regenerate into John Hurt in Night of the Doctor it confirmed he was the ninth Doctor – moving former ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston to the 10th Doctor. David Tennant became the 11th Doctor and Matt Smith formerly the 11th became the 12th.
Or not. Because John Hurt is the War Doctor – and thus outside the numbering, apparently. But, actually not really.
Speaking at the Doctor Who Official 50th Celebration at London’s ExCeL Moffat cleared the whole thing up… sort of.
‘He has no more ever called himself the 11th Doctor than he would call himself Matt Smith…
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*Anything* is better than X-Factor.
Doctor Who marked its 50th anniversary in style with a ratings triumph, pulling in 10.6million viewers and easily beating The X Factor in the Saturday night battle.
The Day of The Doctor saw current Time Lord Matt Smith joined by his predecessor David Tennant, with John Hurt joining the cast as the War Doctor.
With an average audience of 10.2million, the special was the fifth most-watched episode since the show was rebooted in 2005.
Doctor Who was only beaten by fellow BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, which managed to pull in an average audience of 10.6million and peaked at 11.7million.
Both easily triumphed over ITV rival The X Factor, which could only manage 7.7million as it marked its tenth anniversary.
The Day of the Doctor also managed to set a world record for the world’s largest ever simulcast of…
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Making progress now in the game. Finally hit my first PvP area. Haven’t tried it yet, though. In addition, I’ve finally decided to try the Blood Arena area. I can get a few monsters in, but die pretty quickly. Some of the monsters there are quite tough. Others, fall quite easily. The more often and better I fight in the arena, the better my score, and the better the prizes I collect at the end of the week.
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