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Mystery Banksy piece located in central Bristol

A mystery piece by Banksy that appeared online yesterday has been found by ITV News.

The mural, which would be Banksy's first official work since his New York 'residency' last year, depicts a couple embracing while looking over each other's shoulders at their phones.

The piece is thought to be on Clement Street, just off the M32, and next to the entrance of Broad Plain Boys' Club in central Bristol.

The mural has been dubbed 'Mobile Lovers' on some street art blogs Credit: ITV News/ Faye Barker
The location of the artwork was kept a secret. Credit: ITV News/ Faye Barker

Read: Can you find Banksy's latest work?

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Britain's Got Talent scores highest rating launch episode

Britain's Got Talent scored its highest rating launch episode ever with 11.1 million viewers, ITV said.

Boyband Collabro impressed the judges on last night's Britain's Got Talent Credit: Britain's Got Talent

The previous highest audience for a BGT launch show was in 2010, when the opening episode attracted 10.6 million viewers.

The audience to last night's series opener peaked at 12.3 million viewers and boasted a 47% share.

Peter Fincham, ITV's director of television, said: "The fantastic overnight figures show that Britain's Got Talent is event television, and we're delighted that so many viewers tuned to last night's launch episode, on what was a strong night for ITV."

More: Britain's Got Talent: The acts who made it through

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Britain's Got Talent: Judges reveal their favourite acts

Britain's Got Talent judges shared some of their favourite moments from tonight's competition.

Britain's got Talent has returned to ITV for its eighth series tonight with acts ranging from a roller-skating Wonder Woman to a man sped-eating a raw onion.

Britain's Got Talent: The acts who made it through

Theme park sets 'new onesie world record'

A theme park in Staffordshire claims it has set a new world record for the largest gathering of people dressed in onesies.

Drayton Manor Theme Park says it has beaten the previous record, which was set in Hampshire, after 3,152 people gathered at its centre wearing the one-piece jumpsuits.

The attempt will be authenticated by Guinness World Records before being made official but it almost triples the previous record of 1,184 set by Ringwood School, a spokeswoman for the park said.

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