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US Cardinal visits abused

A senior US churchman visiting Dublin to examine how children are protected against paedophile priests told parishioners he had not come to offer a quick fix.

Cardinal Sean O'Malley, the Archbishop of Boston, called on survivors who were harmed, as well as lay people and the religious, to come forward.

"I come to listen, not to offer a quick fix," Cardinal O'Malley told Mass-goers in St Mary's Pro Cathedral in Dublin.

Warning over energy drinks

Energy drinks could be giving you more caffeine than coffee, a new study said.

In addition, the caffeine could combine with other ingredients in potentially risky ways, with the use of energy drinks with alcohol a particular concern.

"What we know is that a typical energy drink can have as much as a quarter cup of sugar, and more caffeine than a strong cup of coffee," said John Higgins from Houston, who led a study.

Strictly's Ann safe yet again

The Ann Widdecombe show rolled on as she was yet again saved by the public vote on Strictly Come Dancing.

US singer Michelle Williams became the sixth celebrity to leave the competition.

Speaking after her elimination, Williams said: "I'm sad about going, but you know, at least I don't have to worry about being on the bottom two again."