Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson 'back together'

From the Sunday papers: from the return of R-Patz and K-Stew to bad news for first class plane passengers

LAST UPDATED AT 11:40 ON Sun 16 Sep 2012

TWILIGHT co-stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are an item again, The Sun has announced. A “source” claimed that Stewart, who was caught canoodling with married film director Rupert Sanders in June, has told Pattinson it was a “one off mistake”. The pair have now set up home together once more. The source said: “They pretty much decided they couldn’t live without each other… Rob can see how truly sorry Kristen is and has totally forgiven her. They really do love each other.”...

BAD NEWS for first class plane passengers: you have a greater chance of surviving an aircrash if you’re sitting at the back, the Mail on Sunday reports. The makers of Plane Crash, a Channel 4 show due to air next month, brought down a 170-seat Boeing 727 over Mexico’s Sonoran Desert. They found that 78 per cent of the passengers – crash test dummies – survived the impact, but everyone in first class perished...

A MINISTER who tried to resign during David Cameron’s recent Cabinet reshuffle was forced to stay in his job because the PM was apparently too busy to hear him out, The Sunday Times reports. Lord Hill, an education minister, is said by friends to have had enough after two-and-a-half years in the job. But when he tried to tell this to Cameron, the PM “appeared not to hear”. Instead, he told Lord Hill to keep up the good work before hurrying out of the room to a photocall...

PORTUGUESE professionals are fleeing austerity in Europe for the economic promise of the country’s former colony Angola, according to the Observer. Tens of thousands of Portuguese people have moved to Luanda in the last few years, where an oil-fuelled boom holds the promise of lucrative careers in construction, IT and banking. Meanwhile, Angolan millionaires are taking advantage of Portugal’s malaise by snapping up cheap property in Lisbon...

‘EASY’ GCSEs are to be ditched in favour of new, harder, exams. Marks will depend on a traditional ‘all or nothing’ three-hour exam at the end of the two-year course, the Mail on Sunday reports. It means an end to the current system of ‘modules’ taken at various points during two years, which can then be retaken to bump up grades. Education secretary Michael Gove will launch the new ‘Gove-levels’ with deputy PM Nick Clegg to quash claims of a Coalition rift...

A FRIEND of Saad al-Hilli, the man murdered near Lake Annecy earlier this month, has said police should investigate his activities on internet forums for clues, according to the Sunday Mirror. Gary Aked says al-Hilli hated Israeli Jews and believed the 9/11 attacks were an inside job by Israelis to foster hatred towards Arabs. “I think it’s possible he has offended someone and Mossad has taken offence and put a hit out on him,” says Aked...

THERE ARE fewer than 100 mature cod left in the North Sea because of overfishing, The Sunday Times reports. A study of catches at European ports in 2011 suggests there are now 600 cod aged 12-13 in the whole of the North Sea and less than 100 over 13. Cod are able to breed from the age of 4, but become more fertile the older they get, so the scarcity of older fish is a blow to hopes of reversing the decline in the North Sea population...

WARSHIPS from more than 25 countries, including the United States, Britain, France and Saudi Arabia, are converging on the Strait of Hormuz, the Sunday Telegraph reports. The West fears Israel is about to strike Iran in an effort to prevent its enemy developing a nuclear weapon. It is assumed Iran would retaliate by blockading the Strait of Hormuz, which is an important oil trade route. The multinational armada is conducting a 12-day exercise which will double as a massive show of force. · 

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Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!...Nice reporting SUN!

What a load of junk. They need to confirm it for me to believe it. I'd be really happy for them if they made up but the chances are like seeing a snowball go through hell. Don't believe anything the press says unless they've got some valid evidence to back up they're statement, like a photo.

If he takes her back then he really is a douche and more pussy whipped than i thought rob is willing to forget that another mans tongue was in kristens throat and all over her body I mean he needs to man up and give her the boot is he not afraid of desease the papers do not know if she did not knock boots with ,the sanders I give up hkllywood is more massed up than I thought.

wooow im soo happy for them ilove them

They make up stories hoping the stars will react and Gossip cop will confirm it. They've supposedly been together a long time. I think all of this is one big publicity stunt.Or their just weird and hide their relationship for shiz and giggles.

You can't even spell disease you moron!

When a person cheats and you take them back, they believe they've got the power over you to do what they want and get away with it. Personally, think Kristen's cheating with Sanders was NOT a publicity stunt because Sandes has young kids. How would they bring 2 kids into something like this? And how did this 'stunt' help Kristen's career? It nearly destroyed it. Plus it made Rob look stupid. But reports saying they are back together is NOW a stunt to make sure studios/producers get their $ for BD2. I wouldn't be surprised if studios paid Rob extra $ to say he is with this girl again. After BD2 comes out, he'll give her the boot again.

I think it's wondreful to hear that they are back together, Robert did forgive Kristen. there are two other places that say it's true this time, you all mind your own business and leave them alone. If they are together thats great which it is true, you all are just crazy and stupid just but out. I am their true fan and I love them both, good luck to you both Robert and Kristen you go for it. just keep loving each other every day the best wishes goes out to you both.

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