Saturday 14 March 2015 10:16 am

The BBC news website is down


I write about energy and industrials for City A.M. I'm particularly interested in geopolitics, energy policy and, of course, the ever lively oil markets.

I write about energy and industrials for City A.M. I'm particularly interested in geopolitics, energy policy and, of course, the ever lively oil markets.

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The BBC News website buckled today, and users were instead greeted with this rather scary error message.

The "Error 500" message says that fault could be due to "abnormal traffic" or the sites' servers being unavailable. There's also a rather creepy looking clown standing in-front of a chalk board, as well as what looks like a fireball.

The BBC has since tweeted an apology for the outage, saying it's working to get the site back up again, nonetheless it's yet to reveal what's behind the problem.

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