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Great British Bake Off 2019: Meet the youngest EVER line-up

Channel 4 have unveiled the 13 home-bakers competing in the tenth season of The Great British Bake Off (left), due to hit screens next week. This year's eagerly awaited series is championing younger cake makers as the line-up is made up of seven people in their 20's, while the oldest contestant is 56, and the average age inside the tent is 31. The series – which usually sees only 12 hopefuls hit the tent to showcase their culinary skills – will be hosted by fan favourites Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig and judged by Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith (right). Front row from left: Geography teacher Alice, 28; online project manager Helena, 40; shop assistant Steph, 28; print shop administrator Michelle, 35; marketing consultant Priya, 34;health adviser David, 36; and vet Rosie, 28. Back row from left: Fashion designer Amelia, 24;theatre manager Michael, 26; student Henry, 20; support worker Dan, 32; waiter Jamie, 20; and HGV driver Phil, 56, who is the oldest contestant.

British Council worker Aras Amiri, 34, is condemned to TEN YEARS in an Iranian jail

A British resident faces ten years in jail in Iran after losing her final appeal against spying charges. Aras Amiri, 34, an Iranian citizen with permanent residency in the UK, was arrested in March last year as she visited her sick grandmother in the capital Tehran. She was sentenced to ten years’ prison in May after being accused of spying for the British Council, for whom she worked promoting Iranian culture in Britain. Miss Amiri appealed against the sentence in a letter to the head of Iran’s judiciary. But the Supreme Court ruled over the weekend to uphold her conviction – for ‘cultural infiltration by the British intelligence services in Iranian internal affairs’ – and her prison term. 

Mercedes, which sold more than 170,000 new cars in Britain alone last year, insisted the sensors are only activated in 'extreme circumstances', such as when customers default on their payments.

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Rules giving EU citizens the right to enter the UK to live, work or study will be scrapped on October 31. However officials warned it could leave the UK facing another Windrush-style scandal.

The President's latest grand scheme is to buy Greenland from Denmark. It makes sense. But he should set his sights much higher and bid for Britain instead, according to Littlejohn.

Sammy Margo, a physiotherapist in North London, and Dr Rod Hughes, a consultant rheumatologist, give the lowdown on gadgets and remedies for the pain. We then rated them.

Flight logs prove Duke of York's Epstein girl WAS at key locations

It can be revealed that flight logs (top), obtained by the Daily Mail, show that one of Epstein's victims, 'sex-slave' Virginia Roberts, was flown to London, New York and the Caribbean in 2001. She has claimed that as a 17-year-old she met the duke (top with Miss Roberts in London in 2001) in all three places and, in each case, research by the Mail suggests the duke was in the same vicinity at the same time. Yesterday Buckingham Palace refused to answer a series of questions concerning when and where the duke had spent time with Epstein (inset) and Miss Roberts. 

The British broadcaster, 63, underwent 17 rounds of chemotherapy to treat advanced bowel cancer in 2014, and revealed earlier this year he was having treatment to deal with a recurrence of his illness.

This Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019 photoprovided by the U.S. Defense Department shows the launch of a conventionally configured ground-launched cruise missile on San Nicolas Island off the coast of California. The Pentagon said Monday the U.S. military has conducted a flight test of a type of missile banned for more than 30 years by a treaty that both the United States and Russia abandoned this month. The test off the coast of California on Sunday marks the resumption of an arms competition that some analysts worry could increase U.S.-Russian tensions. (Scott Howe/U.S. Defense Department via AP)

A modified Navy Tomahawk cruise missile was successfully launched from San Nicolas Island in California on Sunday. The missile was banned under the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

The CEOs of 181 top American companies have released a statement saying a corporation's purpose is to better society and support local communities rather than maximize profits.

Man 20 Jed Foster charged with murder of police officer PC Andrew Harper in Berkshire

PC Andrew Harper (pictured) was responding to a burglary when he was dragged underneath a van to his death in Sulhamstead on Thursday night. PC Harper, 28, had married his fiancee Lissie (pictured with him) just four weeks ago and the pair were due to go on honeymoon in the coming days. Tonight his widow paid tribute to 'the kindest, loveliest, most selfless person you will ever meet', adding: 'My darling boy I do not know how I will be able to survive without you.' Earlier today his colleagues from Thames Valley Police broke down in tears as they laid flowers in his memory at the scene of his murder (top right and inset). 

CK Asset Holdings Ltd, owned by Hong Kong's richest man, bought the brewer. Beer popularity in China increased after President Xi Jinping was pictured having a pint with David Cameron in 2015.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson demands Brussels drops plan for 'unviable' Irish backstop

In a letter to European Council president Donald Tusk (right), Boris Johnson said the backstop was 'anti-democratic and put the Good Friday Agreement at risk. The Prime Minister (left) said Britain and the EU should commit to finding 'alternative arrangements' to manage the Irish border by the end of a transition period. This essentially means a technology-based solution, or the so-called 'MaxFac' approach, to avoid a hard border. The letter comes ahead of Mr Johnson's trip to Germany tomorrow. He will also attend a G7 summit in Biarritz, France, at the weekend. Pictured inset is Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

Jeremy Corbyn's supporters heckled journalists today after they questioned whether he would ever be able to persuade a majority of MPs to back his plan to become caretaker PM.

Corbyn (pictured) promises to unleash a revolution as transformative as Thatcher. Putting him in No 10, he says, would be 'a once-in-a-generation chance for a real change of direction'.

Some 48 per cent of people said they would rather the country left the EU without an agreement than for the Labour leader to get into Downing Street, the YouGov poll found.

Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer, a Democrat representing New York, threatened cross-party action in Congress to prevent a UK-US trade deal in the event of a hard border in Ireland.

'Donald J. Trump spoke by telephone with Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom earlier today to discuss a wide range of trade and economic issues,' the White House said Monday.

The Conservative Party has ramped up Facebook advertising (pictured) as Boris Johnson seeks support for his Brexit plans.

Hoax Wearside Jack who claimed to be Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe John Humble dies

John Humble (pictured left) sent three letters and a two-minute voice recording (tape top right) to police probing the spate of murders committed by the Yorkshire Ripper (inset) across Yorkshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester in the 1970s. He taunted the policeman leading the inquiry, calling himself Jack and saying: 'I see you are still having no luck catching me'. Humble became known as Wearside Jack due to his recognisable accent as police forked out £1million trying to find him. In that time the real killer, Peter Sutcliffe, was free to murder another three women undetected. It took 30 years to finally bring Humble to justice and he only spent four years behind bars (pictured during 2005 police interview bottom right). But after moving to South Shields, he grew increasingly dependent on alcohol and died alone in his flat last month.

Elton John reveals HE paid for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to fly to his mansion

Sir Elton John today confirmed he had paid for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to fly to and from his £15million mansion in Nice by private jet for a holiday 'inside the safety and tranquility of our home'. The 72-year-old singer claimed he had ensured Prince Harry and Meghan's flight to and from the French Riviera last week were carbon neutral by making the 'appropriate contribution' to a carbon footprint fund. His intervention comes after the royal couple found themselves embroiled in another hypocrisy row today after being pictured leaving the south of France on Saturday in a fourth trip by private jet in just 11 days. Sir Elton wrote in an Instagram post this afternoon that Harry's late mother Princess Diana was one of his 'dearest friends' and he feels a 'profound sense of obligation to protect Harry and his family'.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have attracted more criticism for their recent trips on private jets after sharing an 'inspiring' quote on their Instagram page urging people to 'do your little bit of good'.

Heartbreaking scene as terminally ill man, 84, is granted his dying wish - to be taken from hospital to see his dementia-sufferer wife of 60 years for one final time 

Derek Oliver, 84, and his wife Eirwen, 85, (pictured) have been married for over 50 years. Mr Oliver was diagnosed with terminal cancer earlier this year and could no longer visit Eirwen at her care home in Pentre, Rhondda Cynon Taff in South Wales. The Ambulance Wish Foundation UK arranged for him to visit her one last time at the care home. The married couple had not seen each other for six months.

There were 344,522 emergency admissions involving dementia patients like Alan Spice (pictured) in the UK in 2017/18 - the equivalent to 944 a day and up from 257,559 cases in 2013/14.

Tourettes Action called on Swedish comedian Olaf Falafel (pictured) to apologise for his one-liner: 'I keep randomly shouting out 'broccoli' and 'cauliflower' - I think I might have florets.'

'I don't care, I wasn't a British citizen anyway': Jihadi Jack shrugs off move stripping him of his UK passport as he admits he has 'given up hope' of ever seeing his parents again

Jack Letts (left, giving the thumbs up from Syria), 24, fled his middle class life in Oxfordshire to fight for ISIS in 2014 but has been begging to return home since being captured by Kurdish forces and jailed in 2017. Speaking to ITV News from jail (right), Letts said he has accepted that he'll never see his parents and but was 'not surprised' by the UK Government's decision to take away his passport. He said: 'Even if they didn't strip me of my citizenship, it's like I'm not a British citizen anyway. 'I've always felt that I am Canadian, my dad is Canadian, and I never grew up being accepted as a British person anyway'. Earlier today, Letts' parents slammed the government for stripping their son of British citizenship and claimed that he had been tortured by captors.

Some of us Britons adored bonbons, others hankered after sherbet-filled sweets or fruity chews, but all sweets were proper treats. They were our rewards and prizes, even peace accords with parents.

In May 1943 RAF 617 Squadron killed by inundation around 1,400 to 1,500 civilians, more than any earlier raid on Nazi Germany. However around 800 of those killed were Hitler's slaves.

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones dine with FOUR generations

The Douglas family looked like they might be in need of some more chairs when they enjoyed a family lunch in Beverly Hills on Sunday.  Four generations piled around one table in the garden in the garden of Michael and Catherine's home, including their own children, Dylan and Carys. The oldest member of the family, Kirk, 102 enjoyed the catch-up alongside his wife Anne, 100, and the youngest member of the family, Lua Izzy, 20 months. 

MATTHEW D'ANCONA recalls hallucinations that he experienced from a side-effect of

Journalist Matthew D'Ancona (left) suffered from hospital delirium while being treated for what turned out to be abdominal sepsis at University Hospital, in Lewisham, south-east London. He became absolutely convinced that his illness and incapacity was an irritating diversion from his preparations for a new HBO spy series. And his hospital bed was able to travel all over the world: to a home in Malaysia for a delicious meal; a New York hotel off Times Square; a Monaco-themed bistro in Chelsea. Though he did not know it at the time - he was suffering from a very common condition that afflicts intensive care patients: ICU delirium. There is broad agreement that a cocktail of factors is involved: the combination of powerful drugs, mechanical ventilation, physiological weakness, insomnia, and the underlying psychological stress of being seriously ill. But the sheer power of the delusions has not been explained, and there is little consensus on treatment protocols (in his case, a short course of sleeping pills and rehydration did the trick).

Jean-Luc Brunel gave Jeffrey Epstein three poor 12-year-old triplets from France as

High-profile Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre revealed the sadistic birthday present the millionaire allegedly received while she was being kept as his sex slave in unsealed court documents from a 2015 lawsuit. Giuffre (top right) said that the French girls were a gift from Epstein's longtime acquaintance and frequent guest Jean-Luc Brunel (bottom right), a French model scout.

Andrew was dragged into Epstein's grotty orbit during the late 1990s, apparently via his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, who became chummy with Ghislaine Maxwell, a New York-based socialite.

The first picture of Ghislaine Maxwell in more than three years was staged by her close friend and attorney, Leah Saffian, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively.

Ghislaine Maxwell's older sister Christine Maxwell packed up bags with the help of a friend outside of her hotel in Beverly, Massachusetts Saturday. Ghislaine had been living 15 minutes away.

Four men who murdered a father-of-four, 42, and sliced his ears off with machete jailed

Sajed Choudry (pictured inset), 42, was slaughtered in the middle of the street in Blackburn, Lancashire, on November 27 last year. The father-of-four was placed in a coma (left) following the vicious attack and endured a 14-hour operation to re-attach his ears using skin from his legs but did not survive. Sadaqat Ali (top left), 36, his brother Rafaqat Ali (bottom right), 38, their father-in-law Fazal Ilahi (top right), 63, and another man, Syed Ali Akbar (bottom left), 45, were given life terms at Preston Crown Court today.

John Pettigrew, 50, was paid £4.6million in the year to April, including £3.2million in bonuses. It comes after around a million people were plunged into darkness by power cuts 11 days ago.

The depressing proof 'home cooked' does NOT make hospital food any easier to stomach

Patients being treated for a wide variety of health issues in hospitals up and down the UK photographed their evening meal within a three-day period at the beginning of this month. The meals were then assessed by Hannah Whittaker, an NHS dietitian and a spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association. While some hospitals are offering patients tempting and nourishing meals, others are serving up food so poor that patients would rather go hungry. We also found that some meals the patients thought awful were nutritionally spot on - although that matters little if patients are unable to bring themselves actually to eat the food.

The class of 2019 were eager to put their dance moves to the test as they congregated in a London dance studio on Monday for their very first group rehearsal.

'What the f*** are you doing babe?' Video emerges of Gemma Collins lashing out at fellow traveller who attempts to recline her seat on economy flight

Gemma Collins lashed out at a fellow passenger on board an Aegean airlines flight from Athens to Heathrow because she was convinced the traveller in front of her was reclining her seat - which stopped her from being able to nod off. The TOWIE star, 38, was sat in her seat with her tray down and wanted to rest her head on the back of the chair in front, but quickly became irate when she was unable to get comfortable and confronted the voyager. A fellow passenger, who watched the altercation in the air, exclusively revealed to MailOnline that Gemma shouted at the lady: 'What the f*ck are you doing, babe?'

Keira Knightley PICTURE EXC: Heavily pregnant star displays her bump in monochrome maxi

She confirmed her second pregnancy at the Chanel J12 cocktail party in Paris in May. And a heavily-pregnant Keira Knightley was glowing as she displayed her baby bump during a day out in North London on Monday.

The Birmingham University researchers, writing in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, calculated the policy would cut vitamin D deficiency rates by a quarter.

Mr Lamb, 61, who stood for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats in 2015, vividly recalls when he woke up with double vision. 'Everything was blurred and I couldn't focus on anything,' he said.

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Police pull over what appears to be a boat driving down a motorway - but find it's a

The odd-looking contraption and its driver were flagged down on the M1 in Bedfordshire at around 8.30 on Sunday evening. But after officers from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire roads policing unit discovered that the vehicle was taxed and had a valid MOT and insurance, its driver was allowed to continue. A picture taken at the roadside showed the white contraption with handlebars underneath a plastic canopy and what appeared to be supermarket food shopping in the back. An officer on the unit's Twitter account said: 'The most unusual vehicle I've stopped on a motorway in my 26 years! All checked and in order, although still not convinced I know what it is,' the officer in control of the account posted.'

The City of London Corporation has brought in new rules requiring developers to test designs with wind tunnel simulations and redesign if drafts are too strong.

TV presenter Sandi Toksvig is set to chair a literary event about how men write about women. Our Prime Minister's only novel, Seventy Two Virgins also has plenty of female characters.

Officers detained Lindsey Webb after she failed to appear at Suffolk Magistrates' Court and she was ordered to pay £50 to Ipswich Borough Council after being locked in a cell.

President Donald Trump claims Google 'manipulated' up to 16 million votes in the 2016 election, and cited research by an academic who testified before Congress.

The use of profanities among lawmakers and political candidates have spiked in the past few years, according to a new study, and much of it can be attributed to increased use of social media.

Donald Trump's 13-year-old son Barron wears a necklace for White House trip

Barron and his family were seen returning to the White House on Sunday afternoon after their two-week vacation at his father's Bedminster golf club. The teen appeared to be a few inches taller than both of his parents, even with his mother Melania wearing sky-high heels. Trump is 6 feet, 3 inches, while Melania clocks in at 5 feet, 11 inches. The youngest Trump appears to be taking after his half-brother Eric Trump, who is also slightly taller than their father at 6 feet, 4 inches. Barron was dressed like a typical American teen in a black Ralph Lauren T-shirt, matching pants, white Nike sneakers, and a silver chain necklace that could be seen peeking out from under his T-shirt.

A new study from the Mayo Clinic has found that an AI-run EKG can detect atrial fibrillation with about 79 percent accuracy on single tests and 83 percent accuracy with multiple tests.

Researchers from the University of California tracked 36 people aged 71 to 80 found they could outperform much younger unpractised people after 1,000 practice sessions.

Mark Roscaleer, 30, of Runcorn, is believed to have smashed his cell window and smothered his body in oil in a bid to squeeze through bars he planned to saw through at the jail in Lisbon (pictured).

The youths caused £30,000 worth of damage and smashed up hand-built locomotives at Stamford Welland Academy in Lincolnshire including one which had taken 36 years to build.

Aussie mum tricked into becoming a drug mule by an African man opens up about squalid

A Brisbane woman who was tricked into becoming a drug mule by an African scam artist has opened up about the squalid conditions of the Cambodian jail she spent six years in. Single mother Yoshe Taylor (left), now 47, was duped by an online African boyfriend (right) into trying to bring two kilograms of heroin back to Australia from Cambodia. In 2014 she was found guilty of drug smuggling and was sentenced to 23 years in the the notorious Prey Sar Prison. 

Tom Martin was a lead investigator on a criminal probe into consultancy Unaoil - one of the SFO's biggest - before being sacked last December.

Two journals withdrew publications after it became 'clear with hindsight' that deceased donors were prisoners. It comes after researchers highlighted 400 concerning papers from China.

When an unidentified mom confronted Halderman about baring her breasts at Compo Beach, police said the allegedly drunk 28-year-old took off her bikini bottom in front of the woman's child as well.

Hastings Council in East Sussex said in its Brexit risk document 'there might be the need for rationing.' Bedford Council said care homes are 'advised to hold four to six weeks supply of non-perishable foodstuffs'.

Woman, 68, who spent her life looking for the mother who abandoned her as a toddler discovers she has FIVE siblings who didn't know she existed

Beryl Everall, 68, of Stourbridge, West Midlands, discovered family she never knew she had in the emotional episode of Long Lost Family, which focused on missing people. It told the story of how Beryl's mum Miriam Stokes (inset) disappeared from her life when she was just three years old. The team discovered Miriam went on to have five children, three of whom appeared on the show. Yvonne, David and Richard met Beryl, whom they had no idea even existed, in an emotional reunion (pictured main together).

American model Kathryn Mayorga (pictured right) claimed the football star raped her in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009 but footballer Cristiano Ronaldo (left) strongly denies the claims.

Two French tourists caught leaving Sardinia with 40kg of sand could face a six-year prison sentence. The country's strict sand laws are in response to tourists taking tons out of the country.

Dominic Hornberger, 29, from Birmingham was charged on Friday and appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Saturday over the attack near the Home Office, Scotland Yard said.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Gamekeeper Alan Wilson, 61, was ordered to complete 225 hours of unpaid work after admitting he illegally killed animals on Longformacus Estate in Scotland.

Victor Okumu, 38, should have been deported in 2009 after robbing a woman at gunpoint in her own home. But ten years later he has been allowed to raid a jewellery shop in North Yorkshire.

Caroline Barnet reveals how she spends just £15 per person a week on food

Caroline Barnett, 45, seen left, feeds her family of 10 for £150 a week and says her meal plans for each week are like a military exercise, allowing her to save thousands of pounds each year. The mum-of-eight lives with her husband John, 46, and children at the family home in Evesham, Worcestershire. Pictured L-R Ellena, 21, Daniel, 15, Joshua, 18, Emilia, 2, husband John 46, mum Caroline, 45, Sophia, 8, Florence, 6, Finlay, 11, Henry, 10.

A man, believed to be a loyalist, was shot dead in the village of Waringstown, County Down, Northern Ireland, at around 10pm on Monday night. Police cordoned off the area in the usually 'quiet village.'

A 17-year-old appeared in court today charged with the murder of Peter Duncan who died after he was stabbed near the Old Eldon Square shopping centre in Newcastle.

Hampshire Pc Russell Turner was stabbed on February 21 when he and Pc Clare Parry were looking into reports of drug dealing in Stamshaw Park (pictured) in Portsmouth, Hampshire.

The clip features around ten teenagers from Pacifica High School in Garden Grove, left and right. and was said to have been posted online after it was filmed in December last year.

Marchioness disaster: Families gather on the banks of the Thames to mark 30th anniversary

Survivors and the families of the 51 people who died in the Marchioness disaster (inset) on August 20 1989 held a vigil tonight in London to mark the 30th anniversary of the pleasure boat sinking. The names of the victims were read out after a procession walked from Southwark Cathedral to Bankside. Andrew Dennis, 54, of north London, attended the service (bottom and top right) to remember his brother Howard and four friends who died. He expressed 'disbelief' that the boats and bridges on the river do not have more safety lights thirty years on from the tragedy. Pictured left is a woman scattering petals into the Thames.

The musician, who is one of the planet's best selling artists, was granted six F Grades on an unearthed report, currently on display at the Ed Sheeran Made In Suffolk Exhibition in Ipswich.

Lindsay Standen, 38, from Charing, Kent, said she was forced to put down her ten-month-old Pomeranian after she returned with a swollen head that ballooned to three times its normal size.

Mirwais Elmi, a groom whose wedding in Kabul, Afghanistan, was targeted by ISIS suicide bombers killing 63 people and wounding 182, says he has lost all hope following the attack.

Omar al-Bashir (pictured in a Khartoum courtroom today), who was ousted in April after 30 years in power, allegedly received the money from Prince Mohammed and former Saudi King Abdullah.

Josie Gibson (pictured outside court), 34, who won the final edition of the reality show in 2010, was struck by Thomas 'Tommy Gun' Jenkins in the back of a taxi in Bristol on December 31 2017.

Parenthood makes people happier - but only after their offspring have moved out, says Christopher Becker from Heidelberg University, who examined data from a recent European survey.

Film fans get the chance to bid for some of the silver screen's most iconic props at

Screen-matched Roman General armour worn by Russell Crowe (bottom right, far right, next to Michael Keaton's Batman suit from his 1989 film, and Spock's science officer costume worn by Leonard Nimoy) in Gladiator and Jack Nicholson's hero axe from The Shining are among items to go on sale at Prop Store's annual live auction of film and TV memorabilia. Rare lots on offer at the live-streamed auction, held at London's BFI Imax and presented by Odeon, are anticipated to fetch more than £6million. A screen-matched Stormtrooper helmet (inset) from 1977 film Star Wars: A New Hope is one of the most sought-after items on display, with an estimated sale price of between £120,000 and £180,000. Some 900 lots will be sold during the Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction over two days on September 30 and October 1. There are also Forest Gump's trainers from the infamous bus stop scene (bottom left), John Hammond's costume from the 1993 Jurassic Park (top left, next to a mounted 5ft T-Rex skull), and a 'facehugger' from the 1979 film Alien (top right).

New research from Harvard Medical School in the U.S. and Navarra University in Spain suggests that men with higher levels of the vitamin have healthier babies.

Nine-year-old Sienna Tiwari has fillings in all her milk molars. She never ate sweets or chocolate but was a fan of raisins, cereal and other dried fruit, which can deceptively be packed with sugar (stock image).

Astrobotic was one of nine companies chosen in November to compete for $2.6 billion to develop small space vehicles and other technology for 20 missions to explore the lunar surface.

Amazon, Facebook and Google appeared at a USTR hearing on possible countermeasures to the French digital tax and were unanimous in calling the tax a "troubling precedent"

The proposed three percent tax on total annual revenues of companies that provide services to French consumers applies to the largest tech companies - who said it set 'troubling precedent'.

Devon waterfront mansion that once belonged to Sir Francis Drake listed for £5m

Belvedere in Exmouth, Devon, sits on the banks of the River Exe and was historically part of the estate owned by Sir Francis Drake's family. When he died without a male heir in 1596 he left the home to his nephew Francis Eliott, 2nd Baron Heathfield. The property has since left the family. The mansion boasts beautiful grounds (top right) including a tennis court (top left), an indoor heated swimming pool (bottom left), and stunning interiors (bottom right).

Researchers say using the machine is equivalent to reducing a person's metabolic work rate by 9.3 percent when walking and about 4 percent when running, which is like losing 12 to 17 lbs.

In one of his last red carpet interviews before his death, Peter Fonda expressed his dismay that the hatred and bigotry raised on his 1969 hit film Easy Rider is still prevalent in America.

A shocking fight broke out in the early hours of yesterday morning in Boundary Street in east London that ended with a car ramming an individual into a brick wall.

The expletive appears on the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) website underneath reasons why a Smart Car failed its annual inspection in June, 2015.

Veronica Tett, 77, has not slept since Stephen (pictured) was taken with the van in Leeds. Stephen had been cared for by Mrs Tett and husband Frank at their injured hedgehog charity.

The number of Fords taken in the West Midlands so far this year - 1,557 - has more than trebled from the 489 in 2015 (stock of a keyless entry Ford).

The cutest that we've ever seen! Adorable video of a cat 'dancing' to hit 1954 song Mr. Sandman delights social media users - while racking up more than seven MILLION views 

17-year-old Jade Taylor-Ryan, who is from Canada, shared the video of her four-year-old cat Ed on TikTok. It's split into nine frames, with the same video playing in each frame on a delay, creating a wave-like effect; since posting it, the teen has racked up over seven million views and 1.6 million likes on the clip. The teenager was inspired by another viral TikTok video posted several months ago, which was also set to Mr. Sandman with nine frames.

Twenty-three Texas towns were struck by a 'coordinated' ransomware attack which began on Friday morning. The exact locations have not been named but it is believed to have cost $12 million.

The stick-on device transmits sound waves through the bones of the skull to the inner ear for processing into sounds. This bypasses the damage to the outer and middle ear that can cause deafness.

Student Loans Company data showed that, in a nine-year period, more than half a million former students in England paid nearly £600 more than they owed.

Gareth Parkin, 36, was jailed for two years and three months after admitting burglary. He stole staff handbags in a series of break-ins at the Royal Derby Hospital to help fund his drug habit.

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Goalie is left red-faced after thinking his opponent had missed a penalty… only for it to bounce down into the net 

AZ Alkmaar under 12s player Jay Lunes took a special penalty kick at the Sleeuwijk football tournament in the Netherlands. Opposing team PSV Eindhoven celebrate prematurely when they think the ball has hit the cross bar. However the ball has other ideas and miraculously bounces back into the net cutting short the team's cheering. The video has been shared widely on social media with users joking that you 'should never celebrate too early'.

ASK THE GP: My hair has been falling out since I had a pacemaker fitted three years ago. I was taking bisoprolol tablets, which I know can cause hair loss, but changing to a different medicine hasn't helped.

Luis Pinto, 18, from Las Vegas, Nevada, went from 317lbs to 203lbs in just seven months after speaking to an army recruiter and learning he wouldn't be able to enlist at his size.

PAUL THOMAS on... Harry and Meghan's jet-setting

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Safari guide follows lion tracks… but doesn't realise the entire pride are just a few yards away from him 

Steven Faulconbridge from SafariLIVE was on the prowl for the Nkuhuma big cats in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve in South Africa when he made the startling discovery (shown). The presenter, who grew up in Johannesburg, jumps off his vehicle when he gets to a junction, having spotted lion pugmarks in the sand. Broadcasting live, Mr Faulconbridge follows the cubs' tracks and walks around to the back of the truck - without noticing blotches of yellow in the bush in front of him. But suddenly around eight lions spring up out of the long grass near an adjoining road. Mr Faulconbridge comically freezes with his hands in the air and quickly backtracks as he says: 'Oh my word. Oh my word.'

   

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