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20-year-old rich kid spends £15,000 A MONTH on shopping and is so out of touch she even thinks the average Briton has £5,000 to blow in the shops each month
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Lana Scholaro is the heiress of a multi-millionaire mining tycoon, and she is known worldwide for the photos of a lavish lifestyle that she shares on social media. She is one of a group of privileged youngsters soon to appear on a documentary called Rich Kids Of Instagram, about the young doing things most of us can only dream of, such as flying in private jets, cruising in customised Rolls-Royces or dining at the world's most exclusive restaurants. London-born Scholaro made headlines in 2013 after posting a picture online of herself with then-married singer Robin Thicke (inset) with his hand on her bottom. Since then she has been flaunting her body and lifestlye, regularly modelling bikinis (right) in glamorous jet-set locations, and posing with designer handbags (left) on the Instagram account, with 23,000 followers. The heiress thinks nothing of blowing £15,000 a month on luxury shoes, bags and clothes. And she is so detached from reality that she believes the average Briton spends as much as £5,000 a month on shopping as well.

Yesterday's story was this

Earning Over £100K But Can't Afford The Baby

Today the Wail goes with this to get the old rage raging.

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Don't be enraged, but did a bit deeper to see where they might be invested. Mining is taking a hit, so let's hope she reigns in a bit!

Her father I believe is the boss of Obtala resources listed on the AIM London Stock Exchange.

http://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/people/7357010-francesco-scolaro

Its share price has taken a big hit also. But maybe daddy sold a load at the high a few years back?

What does it say about this company that she has so much money to spend?

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How about this from the Fail? a suspended sentence for blackmail plus false rape accusation?

Scorned secretary blackmailed her former boss after they had an affair by demanding £200,000 to drop false rape claim she made against him

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3360514/Scorned-secretary-blackmailed-former-boss-affair-demanding-200-000-drop-false-rape-claim-against-him.html

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Wish you were here? Refugees are taken on £100,000 jollies to zoos, THEME PARKS and even to the beach to help them 'integrate' into British life... and guess who's paying for it all

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Since 2009, a refugee support group part-funded by the National Lottery has been treating dozens of immigrants to days out at Thorpe Park (top), Whipsnade Zoo (bottom left), the London Eye and Brighton beach. The revelation was met with dismay by campaigners, with one MP saying: 'Some of my constituents can't afford to take their children to some of these places.' Among the other jaunts that asylum-seekers enjoyed courtesy of The Hillingdon Refugee Support Group were trips to the British Museum, the Cutty Sark (bottom right) and week-long adventure holidays. The latter saw 16 to 21-year-olds who arrived 'unaccompanied' to the UK enjoy a week of climbing and canoeing paid for by the charity, which received £399,545 from the Big Lottery Fund in March.

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Number of foreigners living in the UK tops FIVE MILLION as official figures show how a wave of immigrants have taken advantage of Britain's fast-recovering economy
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According to EU statistical arm Eurostat, the total of foreign citizens living in the UK has risen by 1million since 2009, topping 5million in total, with only Germany having a higher proportion.

Ah yes our fast recovering economy.....

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Senseless! Why are Syrian refugees being foisted on a remote Scottish island with high unemployment and poverty - then given perks some of the locals don't enjoy?
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Some 15 families fleeing the Syrian civil war (main picture and right) have been rehomed on the tiny island of Bute (inset), off the West of Scotland, where they have been given free accommodation and can pray five times a day. The British government is in the process of resettling 20,000 refugees who have fled from the violence in the war-torn country, but the added perks are causing potential tensions with the locals. This week, three more charter flights arrived in the UK to help fulfil David Cameron's promise to help refugees, which he has described as 'our moral duty'. The latest batch means the Government has met its target of resettling 1,000 Syrians in Britain by Christmas.

I wonder if the editor has decided to fill this thread today?

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How's your head? Britain wakes up after 'Black Eye Friday', the booziest night of the year which saw disgraceful scenes on high streets and police cells and casualty wards full to bursting
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Police cells in Plymouth were full by midnight as officers dealt with incidents of violence, drunkenness and disorder on their busiest night of the year. Streets were filled with boozed-up revellers and many resorted to violence and vomiting in the street on Black Eye Friday. Photographs from around the country captured the mindlessness, with one man pictured running away from police officers in Cardiff (bottom right) before he was arrested. The last Friday before Christmas is traditionally a rowdy night due to the huge number of office parties taking place, the end of the academic term and workers being given Christmas bonuses. In Plymouth officers dealt with odd 999 - including someone complaining they had been thrown out of a club and a man saying a prostitute was walking away with his cash. Some revellers got into the festive spirit and donned Santa fancy dress costumes (pictured in Newcastle centre and Blackpool bottom left), as others were pictured on the street after leaving the country's pubs and clubs (pictured in London top left and Liverpool top right).

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According to EU statistical arm Eurostat, the total of foreign citizens living in the UK has risen by 1million since 2009, topping 5million in total, with only Germany having a higher proportion.

Ah yes our fast recovering economy.....

Yet according to the ONS since 2009 there's been about 500,000 to 600,000 new immigrants a year - so that would be getting on for 3 million foreign citizens since 2009. Ok some return but that number is unlikely to make up the difference. Plus there's all those that aren't accounted for some of which were reported in the newspapers just a few days ago.

Lost any faith in how the numbers are reported (and how the whole issue is reported for that matter) quite some time ago. Also lost complete faith in how the claimed impact on NHS recruitment is reported.

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Of course it's just possible now that it's spun and twisted so that non UK eu citizens don't actually come under the category of foreign citizens - maybe unlikely but nothing would surprise these days.

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Apparently it means the number of foreign passport holders (from the Sun headline) - so say getting on for 2 million out of 3 million have transferred to British citizenship since 2009?

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Senseless! Why are Syrian refugees being foisted on a remote Scottish island with high unemployment and poverty - then given perks some of the locals don't enjoy?

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Some 15 families fleeing the Syrian civil war (main picture and right) have been rehomed on the tiny island of Bute (inset), off the West of Scotland, where they have been given free accommodation and can pray five times a day. The British government is in the process of resettling 20,000 refugees who have fled from the violence in the war-torn country, but the added perks are causing potential tensions with the locals. This week, three more charter flights arrived in the UK to help fulfil David Cameron's promise to help refugees, which he has described as 'our moral duty'. The latest batch means the Government has met its target of resettling 1,000 Syrians in Britain by Christmas.

I wonder if the editor has decided to fill this thread today?

It's certainly not London.

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Senseless! Why are Syrian refugees being foisted on a remote Scottish island with high unemployment and poverty - then given perks some of the locals don't enjoy?

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Some 15 families fleeing the Syrian civil war (main picture and right) have been rehomed on the tiny island of Bute (inset), off the West of Scotland, where they have been given free accommodation and can pray five times a day. The British government is in the process of resettling 20,000 refugees who have fled from the violence in the war-torn country, but the added perks are causing potential tensions with the locals. This week, three more charter flights arrived in the UK to help fulfil David Cameron's promise to help refugees, which he has described as 'our moral duty'. The latest batch means the Government has met its target of resettling 1,000 Syrians in Britain by Christmas.

I wonder if the editor has decided to fill this thread today?

Oh wow, they are allowed to pray five times a day. What a perk. Disgraceful.

What an idiotic article.

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The Third World shanty town... in the heart of Paris: Roma gypsies create their own village built from rubbish and scrap in one of Europe's great cities
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Youngsters play between the shacks as their parents go about their everyday lives at the camp constructed on an disused railway line next to a ring road in one of Europe's trendiest cities. Roma communities from EU countries such as Romania and Bulgaria have caused huge controversy in France for at least the past decade.

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How's your head? Britain wakes up after 'Black Eye Friday', the booziest night of the year which saw disgraceful scenes on high streets and police cells and casualty wards full to bursting

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Police cells in Plymouth were full by midnight as officers dealt with incidents of violence, drunkenness and disorder on their busiest night of the year. Streets were filled with boozed-up revellers and many resorted to violence and vomiting in the street on Black Eye Friday. Photographs from around the country captured the mindlessness, with one man pictured running away from police officers in Cardiff (bottom right) before he was arrested. The last Friday before Christmas is traditionally a rowdy night due to the huge number of office parties taking place, the end of the academic term and workers being given Christmas bonuses. In Plymouth officers dealt with odd 999 - including someone complaining they had been thrown out of a club and a man saying a prostitute was walking away with his cash. Some revellers got into the festive spirit and donned Santa fancy dress costumes (pictured in Newcastle centre and Blackpool bottom left), as others were pictured on the street after leaving the country's pubs and clubs (pictured in London top left and Liverpool top right).

Newcastle looks nice

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^^ Not when you see the later photo of the fat one with her **** out.

One funny comment "This country has gone to the dogs. Disgusting." Yeah, people enjoying themselves is awful.

DM also failed to capture this chaos they described, one man running from the police and another chucking up = standard Friday or Saturday in a decent sized town or city.

Also laughed at the photo captioned "two women sitting on a curb" where one was sitting on the curb and the other was squatting like she was going to take a dump.

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Also laughed at the photo captioned "two women sitting on a curb" where one was sitting on the curb and the other was squatting like she was going to take a dump.

I particularly liked "surrounded by two people"

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I particularly liked "surrounded by two people"

:D:D:D

@happy_renting and SpectrumFX: I'd be interested in the origins, earliest article I could find was this: http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/its-call-black-eye-friday-1506677 A Google search from 1995 to 1999 didn't turn up anything. It's one of those phrases that people now say has always been around. I don't think it's anything to do with US Black Friday, I don't think we had that here in 2007??

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Youngsters play between the shacks as their parents go about their everyday lives at the camp constructed on an disused railway line next to a ring road in one of Europe's trendiest cities. Roma communities from EU countries such as Romania and Bulgaria have caused huge controversy in France for at least the past decade.

Look at it in a different way.....they are free to build, they have the space to build, I doubt they pay CT.....they are close to a great city and the kids have their parents, security and community about them.......far better than many latchkey kids have or have got living in expensive lonley boxes in other places.....

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