News Review: Nickelback, William Shatner and an angry taxi driver

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News Review: Nickelback, William Shatner and an angry taxi driver
6th October 2014

Alleged McCann internet troll found dead

A woman reported to be an online troll who abused the parents of Madeline McCann, has been found dead in a hotel in Leicestershire.

It's claimed 63-year-old Brenda Leyland posted abusive messages to Kate and Gerry McCann on Twitter.

Last week she was confronted outside her house by a Sky News reporter over the allegations. The police aren't treating the death as suspicious.


Nickelback Kickstarter campaign started by music fan aims to keep band out of London

Inspired by the recent spate of successful Kickstart campaigning byFoo Fighter fans, a music fan has begun his own crowdfunding effort to keep Nickelback out of London.

Renowned for their ground-breaking work on songs such as ‘Something In Your Mouth’ and ‘Rockstar’, Nickelback are due to unleash their eighth studio album on the world by November of this year.

Although the band, fronted by Chad Kroeger, do not have any scheduled tour dates in the capital, Craig Mandell hopes to raise $1000 (£626) to make sure that it stays that way.


Is William Shatner set to star in Star Trek 3?

William Shatner has confirmed he will star in the new Star Trek film provided he likes the script.

Speaking exclusively to London Live, the actor said he had been told not to talk about the new film. 

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