Last updated: 18:59 BST, 23 August 2019

Prince William, Kate Middleton and other royals join the Queen at Balmoral

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were joined by Prince William and wife Kate for lunch today as the Royal Family enjoy their summer break in Balmoral following a turbulent week. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seen jumping out of a Range Rover on the Queen's Scottish estate today after they flew up to Aberdeen on a budget flight yesterday. The Queen, wearing a tartan kilt, woollen jumper and dark green sleeveless coat, was seen getting into her own vehicle to drive around the estate. Prince Philip was also seen out and about in the grounds of the castle with his daughter Princess Anne. It has been a tough week for the royals, with continued public examination of Prince Andrew's friendship with the late billionaire Jeffrey Epstein coming at the same time as Prince Harry and his wife Meghan face scrutiny over their repeated use of private jets this summer.

Father who battled to save boy who died at Center Parcs slams woman for demanding refund

Guests watched in horror as staff and members of the public rushed to the stricken boy, believed to be around ten years old, after he collapsed at the holiday park in Wiltshire, Longleat on Saturday, August 17 (the park is pictured, a sign is inset). Shocked eyewitnesses described adults and children trying to carry on using the slides around the child as he lay dead near the entrance to the wild water rapids. Now, a brave father who desperately tried to save the child - performing CPR until paramedics arrived - has slammed the behaviour of guests at the park as the 'brilliant' staff tried to shut down the area.

A German official reportedly cautioned the British Foreign Office during meetings with the agriculture ministry over No Deal Brexit, warning exporters may abandon the UK.

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Shauna Wilson was dining with her family at Cosmo in Manchester city centre on Thursday evening, when she was left stunned by the random act of kindness.

Kenny Rainford, 53, and his wife Marie Rylance of Wallasey, Merseyside, booked their £200 flights to Alicante, Spain, through an Instagram page called Half Price 36522 which sells knock-off tickets.

Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O'Mara and his office manager Gareth Arnold have both been arrested on suspicion of fraud after police raided the office a week ago and removed computers.

Londoners mock Taylor Swift's new song London Boy

Taylor Swift has been mocked relentless by Brits (inset) over the lyrics to her song London Boy, off new album Lover, which apparently reveals her rose-tinted view of the city. Swift mentions her love of the West End (top centre), nights in Brixton (bottom centre) and walking through Camden Market (bottom right) without referring to how busy the market is and how nights in the West End and Brixton often lead to people looking the worse for wear. Swift, who wrote the song about British boyfriend of two years Joe Alwyn (pictured together left in Highgate in February), also says you can 'find her in the pub' in London without mentioning how difficult it is to do that in a busy watering hole in the capital. It led to a deluge of jokes made at her expense on social media today.

The worst of the traffic chaos appeared to be on the M4, with up to 24 miles of queues and a crash involving several cars on the M5 around Bristol saw further delays.

A 12-year-old British schoolboy has drowned in a pool at a Eurocamp site in France. Dozens of people are reported to have rushed to save him at the site 50 miles north-east of Paris.

The Jamie Oliver Group has laid out an anti-obesity project that the chef hopes will be his 'legacy', months after all but three of his UK restaurants closed down when the business went into administration.

Social media users have been arguing over the best children's programmes to appear on CBBC in recent years. The British broadcaster sparked the debate after sharing a chart ranking 30 shows.

'What a shameful, outdated, harmful attitude': Strictly judge Arlene Philips attacks US TV host Lara Spencer after she mocks Prince George for taking ballet lessons

British stars have criticised an American TV host after she appeared to mock Prince George on a morning show. Good Morning America presenter Lara Spencer (pictured left today) stifled laughter as she discussed Prince George, six, (seen at the Lindo Wing last year) taking ballet lessons during his upcoming second year at £18,000-a-year St Thomas's School in Battersea. The cruel comments have been attacked by British celebrities including Strictly Come Dancing's Arlene Philips.

For the first time, MailOnline gained access to the secretive firms that have been described as a 'cancer' that is 'undermining the academic integrity of our universities brick by brick'.

Greggs chief executive revealed the UK bakery chain will launch a vegan version of each of its best-selling products on LBC this morning, following the success of the vegan sausage roll.

UK weather: Severe heatwave to roast Britain over Bank Holiday weekend

Britons have slammed the 'health police' over the Public Health England's heatwave warnings telling people to 'stay out of the sun' over the Bank Holiday weekend. Jo Miles took to Twitter to say: 'Who stays out of the sun when it's like this,' (top centre) in response to Public Health England's call for Britons to stay in the shade and drink plenty of water when temperatures soar up to 91F (33C) over the weekend. The region with the highest temperatures are likely to be across eastern England (bottom centre inset), while the west will be less hot Sunday. Friday is expected to see five million drivers embarking on journeys for a holiday or day-trip ahead of the bank holiday weekend (top centre inset) with many heading to the beach to surf (left) or soak up the sun (right).

Notting Hill residents and store owners have set up wood panels with graffiti
outside of homes and shop windows ahead of the annual Notting Hill Carnival in the affluent west London suburb.

Jeremy Kyle is piloting a new show which could start next year, ITV's director of television, Kevin Lygo announced today. He said they have an 'ongoing commitment' to Kyle but it will not get 9.30am slot.

Blood-soaked Emine Bulut was heard screaming 'I don't want to die', in an online video of her attack in a cafe in Kirikkale, Turkey, at the hands of her ex-husband. Her daughter watched on in horror.

Cai Wynne-Williams, 16, is celebrating high exam results at Cardiff High School, Wales, after spending her GCSE years transitioning to a girl. She says the school has been 'amazing' and welcoming.

Holly Branson flies Virgin economy with her three children

Sir Richard Branson's daughter Holly shared a snap showing her taking a flight back to the UK with twins Etta and Artie, four, and eight-month-old daughter Lola (left). But rather than plumping for a private plane - or even Upper Class - Holly chose Virgin Atlantic's economy cabin for the seven-hour flight from Antigua to London. The move was praised by Instagram followers (inset) who congratulated the philanthropist on being 'down to earth' despite her family's vast fortune. Pictured right, Sir Richard and Holly at Wimbledon in July.

Parking warden gives a father £75 parking ticket as he visits his son recovering from a six-hour operation - despite displaying note signed by nurse 

Daniel Ingman (top) left his black Land Rover in the car park of Leeds General Infirmary while he visited his son Percy - displaying an application for a parking permit (inset) on his dashboard. But when Mr Ingman got back to his car he found a bright yellow parking ticket had been left on his windscreen. The application for a permit was dated until today, and this clip was filmed on Wednesday, but when Mr Ingman approached the warden (bottom) to ask if he had seen it, he was told that nothing could be done. And a video of the incident shows the official trying to show Mr Ingman another car's permit - suggesting his application was not valid.

Animal rights group PETA have branded teachers of St Edwards School's Cheltenham, in Gloucestershire, as bad as 'sexists and racists' over their buy alpacas as pets for their Farm Club.

She playfully posed with three girls from the university's Equestrian Society to raise money for the Disabled Association charity in 2014 before it was published the following year

Amelia Le Bruin, 24, stripped to her underwear and leather boots for a De Montfort University, Leicester, naked calendar in 2014. She was raising money for the Riding for the Disabled Association.

CAMRA reveals it's annual list of Britain's best pubs

The Campaign for Real Ale has selected 16 regional winners around the UK for its Pub of the Year prize, with the overall champion to be named in February 2020. The unveiling of the shortlist marks the end of CAMRA's Summer of Pub campaign to encourage more people to visit their watering holes during the warmer months. The group of 16 will be whittled down further to four 'super-regional' finalists who will battle for the top gong. Pictured are (top row from left) The Tom Cobley Tavern in Devon, The Hope in Carshalton and The Bridge Inn in Peebles, Scotland; and (bottom row from left) The Admiral's Arm in Kent, The Firkin Shed in Bournemouth and The Smithfield in Derby.

Billionaire businessman David Koch, one of the richest men in the word and a prominent Republican party donor has died at age 79/. Details surrounding his death are unclear

Revellers said they were 'crushed' up against metal barriers at Reading Festival in a queue for a silent disco that was later cancelled by organisers due to 'technical issues'.

Boris Johnson warns scrapping backstop and agreeing a new deal with the EU is 'not going

Boris Johnson today warned scrapping the backstop and striking a new Brexit agreement with the EU will 'not be easy' as he cautioned against people being too optimistic about a deal being done with Brussels. The Prime Minister had a better than expected week after visits to Berlin and Paris saw Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron both ask the UK to come forward with alternatives to the controversial Irish border protocol. But Mr Johnson today moved to dampen that optimism as he suggested there remained a lot of work to do before Britain and the bloc get anywhere close to agreeing to an updated divorce accord.


GREG HANDS: When I heard German Chancellor Angela Merkel had invited Boris Johnson to put forward new proposals to solve the Northern Ireland backstop in the next 30 days, I was delighted.

NIGEL FARAGE: Recently, to my delight, I received my new British passport.All reference to the European Union or European Community, first stamped on British passports in 1988, has been removed.

The President and Prime Minister will agree to start work immediately on drawing up a timetable for negotiations. This is the first major step towards getting an all-important post-Brexit deal.

On holiday with the Beckhams! Victoria cosies up to David and (a rather terrified) Harper goes parasailing as they share charming snaps from their lavish family getaway to Italy 

They have been enjoying time together as a family during a luxurious breakaway to Italy. And David and Victoria Beckham looked happier than ever as they cosied up to one another onboard a yacht as they continued to document their idyllic trip to Puglia on Thursday.

British tourist is choked to death by Norwegian martial arts expert at a hotel in Phuket

Amitpal Singh Bajaj, 34, complained after hearing rowdy noise from the room next door while he and his wife and young son were trying to sleep in in Phuket, Thailand (pictured: the Bajaj couple, left; and Bullman in custody, right). Hotel security visited the room of Roger Bullman, 53, from Norway, but his uproarious balcony singing is said to have grown louder. Mr Bajaj then allegedly grabbed a steak knife from his room and decided to confront Bullman at 4am on Wednesday.

Nostalgic Twitter users share the giveaway 'signs you're old'

Twitter users from across the globe have listed the amusing signs 'you are officially old' in a viral online thread. Clockwise: The battle winding the tape ribbon back up with a pencil; A house phone with a rotary dial; The Flintstones; Floppy discs; A CD case; A paper map.

Today, a stretch of track near Aldershot will receive 30kW from the nearby solar farm. Electricity will provide energy for the signalling and lights on Network Rail's Wessex route.

Pinh Ly, 43, and her daughter were last seen at 10am on Thursday morning. They left their home in West Sussex before boarding a train to London Victoria railway station.

How bitter feud between Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha and sister Julia stems back to their

Julia Sawalha (centre) hit out at her older sister Nadia (far right) this week, accusing her of 'ruining' their relationship after talking about their family on Loose Women (inset). But the latest saga is a mere drop in the ocean of their long and bitter feud, which stems from their childhood and their father Nadim's desire to raise 'strong, independent women'. Nadia, 54, who has also clashed with her older sibling Dina over her choice of husband, previously said of their disagreements 'the culprit has always been men'. The Loose Women presenter said this week: 'My dad always says 'formidable women'. That's all he wanted. He came to this country with £50 in his pocket because he wanted six daughters who were free.' Left, the sisters pictured with their father Nadim in 2000.

The artwork was photographed by a contractor working in Epstein's mansion who estimated the oil painting was roughly 6ft-by-6ft and was hanging at the bottom of his mansion's staircase.

Spencer Kuvin, who previously predicted that Epstein would not live to see his trial, alleges that an anonymous prison worker contacted him to say it was 'highly unlikely' he killed himself.

Emilee Perry left in tears after bullies ruined £400 prom dress relives special moment

Emilee Perry, 16, from Doncaster, who was left in tears when bullies threw cherryade over her £400 prom dress (pictured left) was given a second chance to experience her special moment, by taking part in a stunning fashion shoot (seen right and inset. Two months ago Emilee was sitting alone at her prom when a fellow pupil she had considered a friend unexpectedly threw a can of the fizzy drink over her head, ruining her gown.

ulie Goring, 37, from Northumberland, began visiting sunbeds as many as five times a week aged just 13 and has revealed how skin cancer left her unable to walk. Warning: Graphic images

An Oxford student left Twitter in stitches with a hilarious post capturing the less-than-glamorous reality of university life. Her 'expectation vs reality' post has racked up thousands of 'likes'.

Riyad Mahrez's wife Rita filmed driving with her feet on the dashboard

Rita Mahrez is seen smirking slyly at the camera while her car is on cruise control. She has one hand on the steering wheel with the other resting casually on her outstretched leg.The 25-year-old former model was slammed as 'reckless' by other drivers who witnessed the dangerous stunt. One told MailOnline: 'She could have killed someone. It was so dangerous. It needs exposing. She clearly thinks she can do whatever she wants and to hell with the consequences. He added: 'She was putting every single person on the road around her at risk.' Motoring organisations also criticised the mother-of-two after viewing the video.

Exactly what to eat in top 10 restaurants if you are on a weight loss drive

Three nutritionists have picked the best low-calorie choices so you don't have to miss out when dining with friends. Pictured top row: Zizzi's Pan-seared Salmon: 585 calories, McDonald's The Spicy Veggie One wrap: 364 calories, Nando's Grilled Chicken Burger: 387 calories, Wagamama's Pad Thai Salad: 347 calories. Bottom row: Burger King's Chicken Fries, Garden Side Salad and Apple Slices: 335 calories, Gourmet Burger Kitchen's Jack-in-a-bun: 590 calories, Bill's Pan-fried Seabass: 523 calories, Pizza Express's Leggera Giardiniera: 556 calories.

The removed channels appeared to engage in a coordinated influence operation around the Hong Kong protests. A security leader said the discovery was similar to those made by Twitter and Facebook.

Jeremy Vine sends fans wild with a video of his wife showing how to fold a plastic bag to make it easier to store

British broadcaster Jeremy Vine, 54, took to Twitter to share the clip of wife Rachel Schofield, 43, demonstrating how to fold a plastic bag into a neat triangle in just a few simple steps. Narrating the video, Vine explained it helped make reusable shopping bags easier to store. Followers went wild for the trick - with one going so far as to hail it 'life changing'.

Most of us will choose between ketchup or mayonnaise to go with our chips. But now the two have been married in the form of a new product - and it's coming to the UK.

West Yorkshire Police have relaxed the rules and said 'small and inoffensive' tattoos on necks and hands can be displayed. A survey showed 55% of 1,182 officers interviewed last year had a tattoo.

Spreading like wildfire: Protesters demonstrate outside Brazilian embassies over Amazon

Climate change activists gathered outside consulates and blocked off roads, shouting slogans and holding placards. in London, Geneva, Paris, Madrid, Milan and Zurich. The demonstrations come as Europe's leaders rounded on Bolsonaro today for his environmental policies, with French President Emmanuel Macron accusing the Brazilian leader of lying at the G20 Summit in Osaka in June. Anti-Bolsonaro protesters chanted outside the Brazilian Embassy in Paris carrying placards with messages such as 'Bolsonaro Out!' ('Fora Bolsonaro'). Meanwhile, the Extinction Rebellion group, renowned for recent action in London, gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in the British capital calling on Bolsonaro to protect the Amazon rainforest.

Emergency services rushed to the Costa Del Sol resort at around 8.20pm on Thursday where leaping flames covered the horizon in the Bello Horizonte area.

'Everyone was thinking of Grenfell': Neighbours who watched London tower burn two years ago are left terrified as fire breaks out on balcony of block of flats just 250 yards away

Around 70 firefighters rushed to the Markland House tower block in north Kensington after smoke was seen rising up the side of the building shortly before midday. Witnesses said the fire was on the 12th floor of the 20-storey building. For many in the area, the fire brought back horrific memories of the night of the Grenfell Tower blaze two years ago, when 72 people lost their lives. One resident of the block, which is just 200 metres from Grenfell, said she got out as soon as she smelled smoke, adding: 'Everyone is thinking of Grenfell.'



Glamorous revellers step into the weekend in style as they kick off a third day at York

Racegoers oozed glamour as they arrived on the third day of York races today. Glamorous revellers opted for bright colours (pictured), fancy fascinators and towering heels as they basked in the sunshine ahead of the heatwave predicted this weekend. Stepping into the weekend in style, frilly hems, polka dot dresses and floral patterns were a popular choice among the ladies, with many opting to sport chic sunglasses to battle the sun's glare.

Artificial intelligence inside helps the robot, developed by Imperial College of London, learn about a patient. It can detect when they are struggling to move and step in to assist.

The first attack happened in Clapham in the early hours of Saturday, August 3, the second in Putney High Street on Sunday 11 and the third, last weekend, on Sunday 18, again in Putney.

Lisa Ferrie and Renske Hoste, masters students of art at Glasgow School of Art and the University of Dundee, respectively, have made models of kidneys and lumbar regions.

Council barricades field with giant concrete 'Lego bricks' to stop travellers from setting

The leafy market town of Ashford, Kent, has put giant concrete 'lego bricks' around a field to stop travellers settling there. Ashford Borough council took the assertive action at a field in Bockhanger after nine motorhomes parked on scrubland next to a multimillion-pound development, just two miles away, last week. And a second group of 15 caravans appeared on a field less than a mile away before moving on to an industrial estate and then being evicted the same day. Labour Councillor Diccon Spain said that, thanks to the blocks, there wouldn't be any intrusion into the field.

Loaded with nuclear fuel, the Akademik Lomonosov, dubbed 'Chernobyl on ice', left the Arctic port of Murmansk today to begin its 3,000-mile voyage to Pevek in northeastern Siberia.

Gary Ray Bowles, a serial killer who preyed on older gay men during an eight-month spree that left six dead, was executed by lethal injection Thursday at Florida State Prison.

The TV chef told Good Morning Britain that her 'immediate reaction was no' when she was asked to take part, but said she was persuaded because the government 'really wants' to change hospital food.

Russian president Vladimir Putin has ordered his Defence Ministry to 'take comprehensive measures to prepare a symmetric response' after the U.S. tested a Tomahawk missile on Sunday.

Researchers from Bristol's faculty of engineering demonstrated a new mechanism that enabled computation to be embedded into three soft robots - including one modelled on a gecko.

These cringy kitchen designs fails will leave you scratching your head 

People from around the world have been sharing the worst kitchen design fails they've come across in a hilarious gallery. Pictured clockwise from top right: a suspect cupboard design, a poorly design kitchen cupboard, a piano hanging above a stove, a bathtub next to a kitchen cupboard, Tetris-like drawers and a toilet in a kitchen.

TOM UTLEY: To everyone who hasn't heard it, I warmly recommend Piers Morgan's magnificent diatribe against 'utterly, pathetically illiberal liberals', aired this week on the Ben Shapiro Show.

Maria Adesanya, 31, paid NHS nurse Adekunle Adeparusi, 44, as much as £3,000 so that her daughter could get a British Passport. Adesanya, from Bury, now faces deportation.

Doctors told Lexie Nash's parents, Caroline, 38, and Paul, 47, from Churchdown in Gloucestershire, to prepare themselves for the worst as they battled to keep her alive.

The company, whose investors include under-fire fund manager Neil Woodford, said it is still unsure how badly the accounting error will effect its half-year profits.

The video shows about five teens holding onto the mobile phone display. The gang got away from the Vicarage Fields Shopping Centre in London after a security guard failed to stop them.

Bless this house! 18th century Scottish church is transformed into a stunning eight-bedroom family home complete with the original stained glass window (and goes on the market for £650K) 

East Church House (pictured) sits in the historic market town of Strathaven, Scotland and was originally built in 1777, while the clock tower was added in 1843. Renovated by developer Craig Smith, 30, from CS Homes, and currently up for sale on Right Move, he admits it was a passion project for him as his parents got married in the church.L-r clockwise the old church and the old church hall, the new modern kitchen and the open plan living area, plus (inset) the house from outside

A bio on the social network can contain 101 characters and is designed to tell other users a little more about yourself, but it appears these women from around the world didn't quite get the idea.

Experts at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York are using gene editing tool CRISPR to alter a string of human genetic code which is known to increase the risk of developing some cancers.

It was thought to be condemned to the history books in the 1960s when a Spanish general ordered the construction of a hydroelectric dam in Peraleda de la Mata, near Cáceres in Extremadura.

Disney World unveils new 'luxury starship' Star Wars hotel that will take guests on

The first-of-its-kind holiday experience will see the lucky guests check in for a two-night adventure 'aboard' a glamorous 'starship' called the Halycon. Guests at the hotel in Disney's Hollywood Studios, in Orlando, Florida, will be offered an immersive experience that could see some Star Wars fans spend more time in the hotel than at the theme park itself.

Michelle, from Dublin, appeared on last nights More 4 show 24 hour baby Hospital, and was being monitored at 24 weeks, as she had previously lost four other babies, who were all born prematurely.

Dr John Wheeler has accused travel agents Thomas Cook for causing chlorine poisoning to his daughter Isabelle, 6 when they were in Greece. He blames the chemicals poured onto the pool.

Restless leg syndrome strikes one in 10 Americans, leaving many with insomnia. Penn State University researchers found a three-fold higher risk of suicide and self-harm among sufferers.

Arjen Kamphuis, then 47, 'mysteriously vanished' in August last year from Bodo in northern Norway. Investigating police said today that it's probable he was swept out to sea after a kayaking accident.

Doctors at the University Hospital in Krakow used data from nearly 16,000 patients who had undergone the operation, which is often dished out as an emergency surgery to treat a heart attack.

An international team of researchers warns areas like Madagascar have exceptional rates of biodiversity at severe risk from human destruction. These are called 'hotspots'.

Attack of the giant SPIDER! Eight-legged beast suddenly appears on TV screen after crawling over camera lens during live BBC interview on slavery

The creepy-crawly appeared on television screens across the world as Glasgow City Councillor Graham Campbell was being interviewed about the recent University of Glasgow decision to pay reparations for the slave trade (pictured, the spider on the camera lens). Bemused viewers took to social media in the moments after the bizarre appearance to ask if anyone else had seen similar. BBC News eventually tweeted about the incident, saying 'you just have to carry on' when a spider hijacks a liver interview.

The video shows about five teens holding onto the mobile phone display. The gang got away from the Vicarage Fields Shopping Centre in London after a security guard failed to stop them.

A driver hasn't been able to move their family car for at least two weeks because bungling street workers surrounded it with bollards. The trapped vehicle is languishing in Streatham, London.

Shocking video shows frenzied prisoners running riot in HMP Winchester after breaking out of their cells and crudely imitating guards by wearing their uniform and brandishing batons on Sunday.

Most worrying of all is that criminals are shown to a 99 per cent chance of getting away with the crime, with almost no fuel thefts resulting in a prosecution.

Jackie Marsh, 45, was trying to ride down the fruit aisle of a Tesco superstore. Her daughter Sophie, 16, filmed the tumble in Carmarthenshire, South Wales.

Officials in Venice have handed out 100 fines and exclusion orders called Daspos since the crack down started. One of those fined was a Canadian woman, 23, who sunbathed in a bikini.

Glasgow schoolgirl looks tired and haggard after her first day back at school

Glasgow schoolgirl Lucie Falconer, five, looked bright-eyed and bushy-tailed ahead of her first day back at school. In a photo taken by her mother Jillian, she showed off her beaming smile looking neat and tidy in her uniform (left). But just hours later she came home looking dishevelled and haggard in a hilarious after photo taken again by her mother. In the picture, a tired-looking Lucie lugs her unicorn backpack by its strap (right). The schoolgirl's ribbon is out of place, her tie undone and her socks uneven. The mother-of-four said: 'I did say to her, "What did you do today?" and got usual reply all children give, "Oh, nothing much".

EXCLUSIVE: Clare Stone, from Taunton, Somerset, was so ashamed of her 14 stone frame she edited her wedding photos to make herself look slimmer. She finally feels body confident after losing over five stone.

Uber driver is caught rapidly swiping right on Tinder each time the car stops at a set of traffic lights

This car's back seat passenger filmed the moment their Uber stopped at a set of traffic lights in Farringdon during a trip between Soho and Angel at 10.30am. Tapping the screen on his phone as quickly as possible, the Uber driver doesn't give each profile much thought. The passenger, a 32-year-old account manager who doesn't want to be named, said: 'The "thirst" was super strong with this fella. 'His finger was moving furiously. I'm guessing he probably paid a few quid for some boosters on his Tinder profile.' As soon as the light switches back to green the Uber driver switches apps to get back to the journey at hand.

British Airways pilots will walk out for three days next month in an ongoing dispute over their pay. The pilots will strike on September 9, 10 and 27, union Balpa announced today.

The ongoing study at the University of Kiel in Germany may make the cows look borderline ridiculous but it is a crucial step in mitigating the ongoing climate crisis.

Over the last week, three bright blue signs which read 'I'm sorry James' coupled with a sad face drawing have been hung over the A52 near Spondon, Derby.

The woman, 44, was arrested on suspicion of neglect after the 10-year-old boy died in hospital just an hour after being found unconscious in a caravan in Birmingham.

Indonesian pop stars the Watermelon Duo are forced to publicly apologise by authorities after video for their song 'Bounce' is deemed too sexually suggestive 

A pair of Indonesian singers calling themselves the 'Watermelons Duo' were reprimanded by authorities and forced to apologise for their videos that featured them bouncing up and down (pictured). Singers Clara Gopa and Variola May were summoned to the Indonesian children's commission after complaints from the public. Their raunchy clips showed them jumping up and down while gyrating in shopping centres and car parks. After meeting with the commission the singers apologised to the public and pledged to alter their content. Duo Semangka reportedly insured their breasts for one billion rupiah (nearly £60,000).

Chaya Baila Rothberg, known as CB, had just been to see a film with her boyfriend Yehuda Mehlman, 24, when a magician helped him ask her to marry him in New York, US.

The girls, aged two and one, lived in the home in Wandan Township, Taiwan, with their parents. More than 30 volunteers cleared bin bags from the house and filled two lorries with rubbish.

Thousands of pelicans, cormorants and ducks were killed across Montana during the storm which saw thunder, large hailstones and tornadoes beat the region on Tuesday.

Scientists have harvested 10 oocytes from northern white rhinos Najin, 30, and Fatu, 19, (pictured) who live at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. The eggs were flown to a laboratory in Italy.

I'm NOT going home! 'Diva dog' stages a standoff with its owner by lying down and refusing to budge on a busy London pavement 

Dog-lover Amy Duffy, 24, captured the hilarious protest in Kings Cross, London. She claimed it was like the dog had given up while strolling through Coal Drops Yard. After trying to coax him up by patting his head, the owner was forced to carry him away in her arms.

Peggy Samuels, 100, was delighted when her neighbours decorated the street outside her Cheltenham home with bunting and balloons, and showered her with gifts for her birthday on Tuesday.

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Confused four-year-old asks her dad where her goggles are... and then smiles when she finally realises her mistake 

Ava was filmed telling her dad that she couldn't find her bright-pink goggles. Her dad Phil Lines, from Carshalton, London, asks where she last saw them and she replies 'in the pool'. When she is told to 'look up there' she realises her mistake and erupts into giggles.

The trailer was seen veering across the motorway on the Surrey and Kent border. It caused delays of around 40 minutes as it zigzagged down the major road.

The likeness of 71-year-old Barnes was inked onto the man's thigh in a Gosforth tattoo shop near Newcastle by tattoo artist 'Birdyy' who has only been in the job a month.

Week-old zebra makes its debut at German zoo alongside another young foal 

Hannover Adventure Zoo in northern Germany has welcomed two new zebra foals, named Jana and Jan, who were born seven days apart and have now gone on show to the public for the first time. Adorable photos show the foals, who were born to different mothers, frolicking around in their enclosure at Germany's fifth oldest zoo to the delight of spectators.