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Pompous News Anchor Gets Roasted For Claiming That Millennials Can't Do Anything For Themselves

British Sky News anchor Jayne Secker has come under fire for her patronizing comments yesterday in an interview with Kirsty Archer, a young politician who stated that the cost of living in London is far too high for many people, and that getting evicted from a rental home could cost a tenant £2,000.

Secker, who is a landlord herself, countered Archer's comments by claiming that it's the young renters who are at fault here because they do not have the "basic skills" (including changing a light bulb and knowing how to turn on their heaters) to rent homes.

Secker later issued an "apology" tweet for her comments, which some are calling out for being a non-apology. You can watch the Sky News video and read some of Twitter's reactions to it below!

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Londoners Held An Illegal Rave In An Abandoned Toys 'R' Us Because It's 1995 Again Apparently

London police arrested five people for throwing an illegal rave inside an abandoned Toys 'R' Us store over Easter weekend. People are now wondering what year it is and why they didn't get an invite.

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This Hilarious Kid Going Around London Reviewing Chicken Shops Is Just What 2016 Needed

Behold, Le Chicken Shop Connoisseur. This kid was destined for great things, and now he's definitely accomplishing them. What a gig.

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Censorship of The Day: London Coffee Shop Forced to Replace Brilliant Yet "Offensive" Sign
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A coffee shop in London has been forced to remove a sign displaying the shop's name from outside its building.

But the shop's response was rather cheeky.

The coffee shop was rebranded more than a year ago from the more boring "Bermondsey Street Coffee."

Then the owners received this letter this month from the lawyers of the owners of the building.

Seeing as they had no real choice in the matter, they replaced the sign.

Here's the new sign.

Effective? Yes.

Just as funny? Nah.