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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive at Misha Nonoo's sunset Rome wedding

Meghan Markle arrived in a £8,900 ($13,500) Valentino dress alongside Prince Harry for the wedding of fashion designer Misha Nonoo and her oil tycoon fiance in Rome today. read

Broadcaster John Humphrys lifts the lid on 'institutional liberal bias' at the BBC

In an explosive memoir serialised from today in the Daily Mail, Remain-voting Humphrys pulls no punches after decades of being constrained by rules that stop journalists expressing opinions. read

Mother speaks out after her son's murder charges against PC Harper are dropped

Jed Foster, 20, was arrested and charged with the murder of the officer in Berkshire last month. But prosecutors yesterday dropped the charges and his mother today posted a heartfelt message. read

Tory MPs who refuse to back Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal 'face being kicked out of the party' 

Close allies of Boris Johnson (pictured) say the Prime Minister is prepared to take the whip away from any Brexiteer 'Spartans' who refuse to fall in line. read

Longest ever rollover streak on the EuroMillions continues

Tonight's total stood at its biggest ever total of £167million but no one picked the lucky numbers. The jackpot for the next draw on Tuesday will now be 189.6million euros, just 400,000 off the limit. read

Tom Watson survives bid to oust him as Labour deputy leader but could still face the boot tomorrow 

Labour's National Executive Committee (NEC) is to examine the matter on Saturday. Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson has publicly clashed with Jeremy Corbyn before. read

Scotland Yard say they investigated allegations Prince Andrew had sex with Virginia Roberts aged 17

Virginia Roberts claimed she had sex with the Duke of York in 2001 in Ghislaine Maxwell's London townhouse. The Met Police reiterated that the decision had been made to close the matter. read

Parents should track children to prevent them falling victim to county lines gangs, police warn

Britain's top county lines officer Nikki Holland revealed police have saved more than 1,000 children from the clutches of county lines gangs in the last 12 months. read

Police chief found guilty of 'bullying' is appointed head of professional standards at Scotland Yard

As deputy chief constable of Essex Police, Matthew Horne pushed a chief superintendent into a desk during a 'professional disagreement' and later hurled a stress ball at his throat. read

Labour is using campaign to lower voting age to 16 to harvest the contact details of young people

Labour has used its campaign to lower the voting age to 16 and 17-year-olds as a way to harvest the contact details of tens of thousands of young people. read

Jeremy Corbyn's popularity ratings fall to lowest level EVER for an Opposition leader

Jeremy Corbyn's net satisfaction ratings have sunk below those of his hero Michael Foot in the 1980s to an eye-watering minus 60. read

RSPCA chief is forced to quit after she's exposed as a vegan extremist

Jane Tredgett, 52, co-founded Animal Rebellion, an off-shoot of Extinction Rebellion. She was forced to quit her unpaid post after it emerged she organised the two-week protest in central London. read

Vulnerability in latest iOS software exposes contact details without the need for a passcode

The bug was revealed by Canary Islands-based private cybersecurity expert Jose Rodriguez who alerted the technology giant that he had found a 'password bypass' in July. read

Take Me Out contestant 'said married footballer's "days were numbered" during blackmail plot

The player, who cannot be named for legal reasons, jumped out of a hotel room wearing only his underwear after being filmed with Natalie Wood (pictured). read

Trump announces toughest sanctions 'ever' on Iran

President Donald Trump said Friday that there's 'plenty of time' for him to 'go in' to Iran if the country continues to ignore his warnings and illicitly finance terror operations.. read

Robbie Williams must use HAND TOOLS to dig new basement and swimming pool after five-year battle

Planning documents say nothing other than hand tools weighing no more than nine kgs should be used during the works. Robbie has been locked in the bitter dispute over his home in west London. read

Sacha Baron Cohen's portrayal of Israel's top Mossad agent in Netflix drama blasted by family

Eli Cohen's family have hit out at the new Netflix mini series about the Mossad agent's life undercover behind enemy lines in Syria saying the flamboyant womaniser isn't the man they knew. read

Britain to bask in 79F on final Indian summer weekend before suffering tail end of hurricane

UK is set to enjoy its last blast of summer over the weekend as temperatures are expected to soar to 79F (26C). But the weekend marks a change in weather as conditions become unsettled. read

The Crown Season 3 trailer reveals Olivia Colman's shrill version of Elizabeth

Netflix has finally dropped a meaty teaser for The Crown's third season - in which Olivia Colman actually speaks - and her voice is far shriller than her predecessor Claire Foy. read

Jeremy Corbyn rules out forming a coalition government if he fails to win the next general election

Jeremy Corbyn has ruled out forming a coalition government after the next general election should Labour fail to win an outright majority. read

Labour promises to guarantee patients GP appointment within 48 hours

Labour's health spokesman Jonathan Ashworth said he would solve the crisis in surgeries by training an extra 1,500 GPs a year. Estimated to cost £272.6million annually. read

Man ordered to carry out 75 hours of unpaid work after he deliberately farted at police

Stuart Cook, 28, deliberately broke wind three times during the search after being caught with cannabis at the Lang Stracht in Aberdeen. read

Feel like you are always tired? Why magnesium could be the key to a more energised you 

We're all striving to live longer, but how many of us are living better as we get older? If you're lacking energy it can have a knock-on effect on your moods and how much you get out of your day. read

Meghan Markle arrives at Misha Nonoo's wedding in $14K BLACK dress

Meghan Markle, 38, broke one of the cardinal rules of wedding guest dressing today as she donned a black dress to her friend Misha Nonoo's, 31, wedding in Italy. A stylist called it 'shocking'. read

Sir Paul McCartney, 77, joins wife Nancy Shevell, 59, for Misha Nonoo's wedding of the year in Rome

The Beatles star, 77, looked dapper in a black tuxedo and bow tie which he teamed with a crisp white shirt. read

Karlie Kloss arrives at Misha Nonoo's wedding in thigh-split black feathered gown

The model, 27, looked stunning in a black gown with a ruffled front as she made her way into the Villa Aurelia for the star-studded ceremony. read

Mikey Hess and Misha Nonoo got Prince Harry, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Kushners at wededing

Misha Nonoo claims she met Markle in 2010 when the two were sat together at a luncheon in Miami during Art Basel, and has said in the past that they struck up a friendship almost immediately. read

Ivanka Trump channels old Hollywood glamour at Misha Nonoo and Mikey Hess's wedding

Ivanka, 37, and Jared, 38, arrived in Rome on Friday morning, and were seen walking around the city early in the day, before making a very glamorous entrance at Misha and Mikey's wedding. read

James Corden and his wife Julia Carey attend Misha Nonoo's Rome wedding

The Late Late Show host, 41, looked dapper in a black tuxedo, bow tie and sunglasses as he made a stylish arrival with his glamorous wife Julia Carey. read

Katy Perry wows in a pink dress as she attends Misha Nonoo's wedding in Rome with Orlando Bloom

The singer, 34, looked stylish at her designer pal Misha Nonoo's lavish Italian wedding in a pink off-the-shoulder dress while her Hollywood star beau, 42, looked typically suave in a smart tuxedo. read

Sarah Ferguson wows in a black silk gown as she attends British Heart Foundation event

Prince Andrew's ex wife stayed closer home as she attended the British Heart Foundation's Heart Hero Awards ceremony at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London on Friday. read

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take their NINTH flight in six weeks

Prince Harry and Meghan are said to have travelled to Italy to enjoy some downtime at the wedding at Cinecittà film studios tomorrow before they begin their royal tour to South Africa on Monday. read

Princess Beatrice and Eugenie arrives at Misha Nonoo's wedding

Princess Eugenie, 29, arrived at Misha Nonoo's, 31, wedding venue in a golf buggy alongside the bride, with the two women beaming as they entered. Princess Beatrice, 31, is also in attendance. read

Girl scout Jodie Chesney's boyfriend tells of her final moments

Eddie Coyle, 18, pictured today arriving at the Old Bailey told the court how he cradled his dying girlfriend Jodie Chesney in his arms after she was stabbed on March 1. read

Emiliano Sala's sister says she'll 'never erase the images from my head'

Sherry Bray (pictured) and Christopher Ashford repeatedly watched the grisly film of the dead footballer's body took 'horrible photos' of his corpse then shared on Facebook and Instagram. read

Moment England star Danny Drinkwater, 29, is caught up in a fight

Danny Drinkwater, 29, reportedly got into an argument with footballer Kgosi Ntlhe after he allegedly hit on the Scunthorpe United player's girlfriend in Manchester's Chinawhite club. read

Drug dealer asked police if he could 'cry his eyes out' after being caught speeding

Luke Phillips, 21, from Hull was subject to a 12-month suspended jail term in April for drug dealing when he was arrested following a high speed pursuit on August 16. read

Radio 4's JOHN HUMPHRYS lambasts BBC's liberal bias and craven PC culture

JOHN HUMPHRYS: There is a certain pleasure in knowing that I no longer have to submit to the BBC Thought Police my subversive musings on whether all politicians are, indeed, liars. read

Police reveal shocking picture of man who died two years after he was shot in the head

The Met Police released the image (pictured) of Boluwatife Oyewunmi's misshaped head after surgery following the April 2017 attack in Enfield, north London. read

Ground crew grab smoking passenger as he tries to board easyJet plane while it is being refuelled

The unnamed man in his 40s was boarding a flight to Geneva at 7.30am yesterday at Luton airport when he decided to pull out a cigarette and start smoking. read

Facebook refers to itself a publisher and says it can censor ANYONE it wants

The language was included in a motion filed this week in court and comes a year after Mark Zuckerberg told congress that he thought of his company as a 'tech company'. read

Facebook suspended tens of thousands of apps after finding they inappropriately collected user data

Suspensions com as part of a broader privacy push from Facebook in the wake of scandals involving Cambridge Analytica, a consultancy that harvested the private data of 87 million people. read

Billy Connolly reveals his eldest son, 50, is battling addiction to drink and drugs

The Scottish comedian spoke about how his son Jamie, from his first marriage to Iris Pressagh, had a 'problem' as he visited the Southern West Virginia Fellowship Home which supports addicts. read

Diabetic woman has her leg amputated after an ingrown toenail caused by running became gangrenous 

Heather Satchwell, 27, of Newhall, was told by doctors her infection was life-threatening. Diabetes is one of the leading causes of amputation of the lower limbs. read

Professor claims Auschwitz SHOULD have been bombed to prevent further massacres

Speaking in 1944: Should we Bomb Auschwitz? on BBC2, Professor Michael Berenbaum of LA's American Jewish University said that a strike on the Polish death camp should have gone ahead. read

Eva Braun's knickers sell for £6,000 at auction

Auctioneers in Northamptonshire expected both garments would sell for a combined total of £1,600, but a bidding war saw the price increase to £6,000. read

Woman who illegally built a luxury £1million wooden chalet in Hampstead is ordered to tear it down

Jita Lukka purchased her property in the upmarket north London suburb in 2017 and instructed builders to construct Bren Cottage (pictured). The council has now ordered her to tear it down. read

Vanessa George's own family say she should have NEVER been released

The last time Vanessa George was seen in public she was in the dock at Bristol Crown Court, listening to the hate-filled screams of parents whose babies and toddlers were once in her care. read

Stephen Fry, Mick Jagger, Billy Connolly and Eddie Izzard support Global Climate Change protest

Household names such as Sir Billy Connolly (pictured) and Eddie izzard were among the thousands who took to the streets of Britain today demanding action over global warming. read

Ryanair's UK pilots cancel five days of strikes planned in September

Strikes set for September 21, 23, 25, 27 and 29 will not go ahead, Ryanair said, as it called on the pilots to resume talks in the East Midlands or in Dublin next week. read

Donald Trump calls whistleblower complaint about his call to Ukraine's president 'highly partisan'

Trump suggested he knew the identity of the whisteblower whose complaint is at the heart of a standoff between Congress and the Director of National Intelligence and called them 'partisan.' read

Internal NASA emails reveal how it almost missed an asteroid that 'skimmed' the Earth 

Internal emails have revealed the US space agency was caught by surprise by the asteroid named '2019 OK' which passed Earth on July 25. read

Jennifer Lopez her iconic Grammys outfit at Versace show during Milan Fashion Week

The American singer, 50, recreated her iconic palm leaf dress from the 2000 Grammy Awards as she sported an even more revealing look on the runway. read

Police seek woman following homophobic attack on a train passenger

British Transport Police would like to speak to this woman who was travelling between Cardiff and Carmarthen on August 24 following the city's Pride festival. read

Extremist bombmaker, 16, jailed for five years for making bomb in his grandparents' spare room

Kieran Cleary from Bradford, came to police attention aged 13. Leeds Crown Court recently heard he had been 'desensitised' after accessing material on the dark net. read

Couple's dream £12,000 Lanzarote wedding in ten days in jeopardy as Thomas Cook faces going bust

Ryan Towers and Louise Jones have been counting down the days until their Lanzarote nuptials on October 4 which they booked 18 months ago. But now they fear their dreams could be in tatters. read

How mismanagement and over-expansion built up the £1.6bn debt mountain threatening Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook has amassed debts of £1.6bn. It thought it had agreed a £900m rescue package last month but now investors want a further £200m security and the firm could go bust. read

Horrified Thomas Cook customer reveals sheer drop behind door in newly refurbished resort

Luke Thorpe made the discovery while staying at the troubled holiday firm's Cook's Club Sunny Beach. Luke then goes on to document a raft of other potential hazards. read

Woman TRIPLES the size of her lips in a bid to be more 'fashionable'

Andrea Emilova Ivanova, 22, from Sofia, Bulgaria, said her new lips have left her feeling happier and more content with herself. She claimed to have always wanted big lips from a very young age. read

Lamborghini driver gets parking fine for leaving his supercar in disabled bay

The unnamed man left his black, matte Lamborghini in a parking bay reserved for blue badge holders near to the Harrods Store in London. The disabled bay is clearly marked as reserved. read

EU dismisses Boris Johnson's Brexit plans before they have even got off the ground

The decision to leak the document, which was circulated to ambassadors from the other 27 EU countries, will be seen as an attempt by European Commission hardliners to undermine talks. read

'You're morally corrupt': Ex-Lib Dem activist rages at party's deputy leader Ed Davey over Brexit

The Liberal Democrats were labelled 'morally corrupt' by a former party activist on Question Time last night as deputy leader Sir Ed Davey was accused of being a Brexit 'hypocrite'. read

Pound hits highest level in MONTHS on Brexit deal optimism 

Sterling rose to its best level for months in the wake of the positive noises from EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker. read

British rapper slowthai says he does not condone violence after posing with an effigy of PM's head

The rapper slowthai held an effigy of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's head aloft during his performance last night at the Mercury Prize ceremony at London's Eventim Apollo. read

Pharma giants are in the dark over how a no-deal Brexit could affect medicine supply

Stockpiles, ranging from supplies of six weeks to six months, of the 9,000 medicines that come from the EU are already in place. It is unclear what will happen if these were to run out. read

Palace fury mounts at David Cameron as he reveals more private details about the Queen

David Cameron was today accused of blabbing about the Queen again as he revealed she would drive him at 'breakneck speeds' around the Balmoral estate (pictured together there in 2013). read

Port of Dover boss dismisses fears of post-Brexit travel chaos

The boss of the Port of Dover has dismissed fears of post-Brexit gridlock at the British border as he said 'each and every day the situation is improving'. read

Emily Thornberry compares the Liberal Democrats to the TALIBAN

Emily Thornberry has compared the Liberal Democrats to the Taliban as she suggested the party's policy of cancelling Brexit without a second referendum is undemocratic. read

Corbynites try to BLOCK Harriet Harman's bid to become Speaker

Harriet Harman's Camberwell and Peckham constituency party voted last night to express 'disquiet' at her run for the coveted post. read

Jeremy Corbyn thanks children for skipping lessons to join Global Climate Strike

The Labour leader (pictured) was greeted by huge cheers and cries of 'oh, Jeremy Corbyn' as he addressed thousands of demonstrators near the Houses of Parliament. read

Why women SHOULD fake orgasms: It might make them more likely to have a real one, study claims

Researchers from the University of Texas studied almost 1,000 women in their late teens and 20s and found those who faked orgasms to turn themselves on had more consistent real ones. read

Campaigners demand a sugar tax on ALL foods as report reveals the levy on drinks led to a 30% drop

A tax of 24p per litre was introduced in England last year on highly sugary drinks. This sent companies scrambling to alter their products to avoid being hit with the levy. read

Former MOD policeman, 51, avoids jail after he was caught with a stolen SA80 assault rifle

Roger Smith, 51, was convicted of handling a stolen SA80 at Winchester Crown Court, Hampshire and was today sentenced to 200 hours of unpaid work and a 12-month community order. read

'Upskirting' barrister, 54, facing two years in jail after being caught on the tube

Barrister Daren Timson-Hunt, 54, is awaiting sentence after he admitted 'upskirting' a female passenger on the Northern Line at Embamkment station. read

College headteacher under fire after she spent £150,000 on expenses including nights in luxury hotel

Stella Mbubaegbu ate lobster at a Michelin-starred restaurant, stayed in lavish accommodation, bought gifts, books and a dishwasher while staff at Highbury College, Portsmouth, had pay froze, read

Stash of cocaine is found in ship used to transport rockets

A suspicious package containing the illicit substance was uncovered as the cargo ship was preparing to depart from Pariacabo port in French Guiana bound for France on Monday, August 5. read

Flavoured e-cigarettes may make asthma worse

Australian scientists found certain e-cigarette flavours change how sensitive mice's airways are to dust mites, a common asthma trigger. Black liquorice, for example, triggered airway inflammation. read

Hat that zaps the scalp with electricity helps reverse male balding, scientists say 

The patch generates electric pulses triggered by movement. Engineer Xudong Wang at the University of Wisconsin said his father had grown new hair after a month of using a prototype. read

Dawn French and Jameela Jamil hit out at anti-aging company promoting 'cleavage pillow'

Dawn French and Jameela Jamil have hit out against Barcelona-based brand Sleep & Glow for selling a 'pillow bra' designed to 'fight skin creases and cleavage wrinkles when sleeping on the side'. read

Suspect arrested after driving through Chicago mall in an SUV

The incident is unfolding at Woodfield mall in Schaumburg on Friday afternoon. read

Pentagon presenting 'broad range' of options for Trump's response to 'Iranian attack' on Saudi

The President is to be furnished with a list of air strike targets within the Islamic Republic at Friday's White House meeting and will also be warned of the grave consequences. read

Iranians 'turn to selling their organs to make ends meet'

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), which is based in Paris, say the organ trade is a 'booming business' as the economy struggles under the weight of US sanctions. read

Sir Lenny Henry tells audience: I am Justin Trudeau

Britain's most celebrated black comic (pictured), 61, made the quip while speaking at a Royal Television Society event in London about ensuring diversity on stage and screen. read

Al-Shabaab's leader claims the US and Britain are leading an 'invasion'

Ahmed Diriye (pictured) released a 20-minute recording on Thursday accusing the West of pillaging oil while condemning a spat over Somalia's maritime waters. read

UK's biggest peacetime evacuation of stranded citizens will be launched if Thomas Cook goes bust

Thomas Cook looks on the brink of collapse facing lenders' demands for £200m. If the company fails around 180,000 holidaymakers could be stranded abroad needing repatriation by the CAA. read

The murky final days of the mysterious hacker who turned in Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning

Many assumed Lamo's death came as the result of suicide or murder, but now, for the first time, his tragic final days have been retraced by NPR, revealing a tragic life riddled by failing health. read

Jailed Londoner Alexanda Kotey who helped Jihadi John murder begs from his Syrian prison

Alexanda Kotey, 35, is in custody in northern Syria. Kotey, from London, has been accused of torturing IS hostages and reported that CPS has evidence to charge him with murder. read

Netflix will spend £400million making more than 50 TV shows and films in the UK in 2019

The US-based subscription service's chief executive Reed Hasting said Britain had the second-biggest production budget outside of America thanks to shows such as The Crown. read

False widow spider bite forces mother to have huge abscess removed

The spider sank its fangs into Louise Edwards in Barry, South Wales. The mother-of-one was left with an inch-and-a-half hole in her arm and had to take 87 antibiotic tablets to combat infection. read

Clip of actor Brian Cox teaching a toddler Hamlet's Soliloquy goes viral

A video of actor Brian Cox teaching a two-year-old the soliloquy from Hamlet has gone viral. The adorable clip was recorded in 2009 but has now resurfaced online, receiving 1.3million views. read

Camelot insider 'told ex-partner he was facing up to 15 years in prison for National Lottery fraud'

Giles Knibbs (pictured) who worked at Camelot in Watford, told his ex-partner John Coleyshaw that Edward Putman had not paid him his agreed share of the fraudulent winnings. read

Google Maps has begun trials of incognito mode

Google has started small trials of its incognito mode in the Maps app which it intends to make available to everyone. The company, based in California, said it wants to do more to protect privacy. read

Driver convicted of speeding because thief who'd stolen her driving licence used it when caught

Sarah Yates from Stockport was convicted for speeding when someone who'd stolen her bag five years ago used her licence. She was at a Taylor Swift concert on the night of the offence. read

Daughter, 50, is first person in UK to be jailed for killing someone with a TV remote

Nicola Townsend threw the remote at her father and then pushed him over, breaking several of his ribs. Terence Townsend, of Bath, Somerset, died from injury-induced bronchopneumonia. read

Heartbreaking final tweet of 20-year-old found dead in stream

Keeley Bunker, 19, went missing at around 4am yesterday in Tamworth after going to see rapper Aitch. She had previously tweeted her excitement at the event. Her body was found by a relative. read

Internet users share their most hilarious restaurant and bar design fails

These hilarious restaurant and bar fails, from around the world, show just how easy it is to mess up a design and completely change the atmosphere of your establishment. read

Elderly mobility scooter menace is pulled over by police after holding up traffic

David Mercer posted the clip, which was filmed at Craigavon Bridge, Londonderry, to social media after watching the elderly man travelling slowly along the road. read

Thug, 23, laughs outside court after she admits battering student, 19, with a baton in brutal attack

Stephanie McIntyre, 23, launched the vicious assault on Caitlin Shepherd, 19, after a random meeting in Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell, Lanarkshire. read

Two workmen killed as fireball engulfs cherry picker at former steelworks on Teesside

Two workers who were on a cherry-picker have died in an explosion at a former steelworks on Teesside. The incident happened in Redcar on Thursday afternoon after a blaze broke out at the premises. read

Piers Morgan rubbishes woman's claim she was McDonald's worker who gave Cristiano Ronaldo burgers

Piers Morgan has dismissed a married mother-of-two's claims she was one of the McDonald's workers who gave Cristiano Ronaldo burgers when he used to beg for food as a child in Portugal. read

Kate Middleton laughs as adorable little boy who is overcome with shyness over meeting her

Kate Middleton, 37, shared an adorable moment with Oliver Koroma, 4, while on a royal visit yesterday. After handing her flowers, the shy little child rushed into his mother Chloe's, 22, arms, overwhemed. read

Kensington Palace share unseen photo of Kate Middleton to mark her Blue Peter appearance

The unseen photo shows the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, judging the Blue Peter Royal Garden Competition in a royal residence, ahead of the winner being revealed on yesterday's episode. read

Family of quiet hero who refuses to charge the elderly says he is too nice for his own good 

Plumber James Anderson of Burnley, Lancashire is too nice for his own good, charging elderly and disabled customers 'who can't afford to eat and heat' absolutely nothing. read

Girl, 12, gives birth to 7lb boy fathered by her 20-year-old boyfriend

The unnamed girl of Roma descent was taken to Rivne Maternity Hospital where doctors helped her to deliver a baby son fathered by a boyfriend eight years her senior, on September 14. read

Antarctic glaciers are moving towards the sea '100 percent' faster than previously thought 

Scientists discovered that meltwater is causing some glaciers to move at speeds 100 percent faster than average -- up to 400 meters per year -- for a period of several days multiple times per year. read

Shocking scans show how vaping left a 19-year-old's lungs filled with solidified oil

Anthony Mayo, of Pennsylvania, became ill last week after two years of vaping. Doctors said he had 'the lungs of a 60-year-old, two-pack-a-day, smoker', Anthony's father, Keith Mayo, was told. read

Man, 25, got a glass thermometer stuck in his bladder

Doctors in Shanghai, China, who treated the patient did not reveal why the unnamed 25-year-old decided to put the object into his urethra, nor did they say how long it was. read

Scotland Yard release incredibly detailed reconstruction of the face of a mystery man

The Metropolitan Police released this facial reconstruction of a man whose body was found inside a sleeping bag in a house in Forest Gate, east London on April 29, 2016. read

Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West 'receive a warning on animal harassment' after antelope video

The media personality, 38, and her husband, 42, were given a warning for a video in which the rapper could be seen driving alongside American antelope in Wyoming, TMZ reported on Friday. read

Irish deputy PM Simon Coveney warns No Deal will mean 'civil unrest'

Simon Coveney admitted the 'mood music' had improved, but warned the EU still had not seen any 'serious proposals' from the UK - saying the two sides were 'not close to a deal'. read

Young couple who were told they couldn't have children spot 'guardian angel' in miracle ultrasound

Britainy Clark and her partner James Grouvel, both 24, were told they couldn't have children. After the Swindon couple's shock conception they spotted a guardian angel in the 12-week scan. read

Rotherham grooming gang member jailed for 18 years

Mohammad Ahsan, 35, admitted abusing three girls in Rotherham between 1999 and 2001. He is the 20th person to be convicted as part of the Operation Stovewood investigation. read

Some planets form giant solar systems which orbit supermassive black holes

Researchers from Kagoshima University in Japan found signs not all planets are formed the same way, which is conventionally when dust and gas orbit a star. read

Kindness is a top priority in a long-term partner says a new study

One of the top qualities that we look for in a long-term partner is kindness, according to new research by Swansea University conducted on over 2,700 college students from across the globe. read

Neanderthals may have been wiped out by EAR INFECTIONS

While antibiotics are taken for granted in the modern world, a lack of sophisticated medicine 40,000 years ago is believed to have seen the archaic species suffer and then perish. read

Thousands arrive in rural Nevada as 'Storm Area 51' event kicks off

More than a thousand tourists have already descended upon the tiny towns of Rachel and Hiko - which have a combined population of just 175 people. read

AI analyzes text conversations to determine if the other person has a crush on you

Is your love meant to be or is it nothing more than a friendship -this AI knows for sure. System analyzes text conversation determine compatibility and delivers a 'crush' score. read

Interpol launches hunt for Norwegian bodybuilder who choked a British father to death in Thailand

Roger Bullman, 54, went on the run after he was given bail for the killing of IT consultant Amitpal Singh Bajaj in Phuket on August 21. read

Student found hanged at halls of residence faced 'unacceptable delay' for mental health appointment

Ceara Thacker was found dead in her room on May 11 last year. The coroner said she would make recommendations to the NHS for prevention of future deaths. read

Sneaky husband reveals trick he's been playing on his wife for a YEAR

A sneaky man shared a picture of himself using a piping bag to refill a squeezy bottle of empty Hellman's light mayo with a jar of Aldi's own brand full-fat condiment. read

Farmer tells Tsar's great great nephew to return to Russia over land dispute

Prince Rostislav Romanov, who lives in the Sussex countryside, is locked in a row with local farmer Andrew Dunlop. Both men claim rights over the lane which runs between their respective properties. read

Telling children they can do anything if they try hard enough could WORSEN grades

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh found the number of children getting high pass grades in their exams dropped by two per cent despite motivational techniques. read

Meghan and Prince Harry 'know Africa royal tour has to be a success' to turn tide of bad publicity

Royal author Ingrid Seward told Vanity Fair that if the public gets plenty of glimpses of Baby Archie during the Africa tour, it could help sway public opinion after a 'tough run' for the couple. read

Father shares letter from daughter as she reveals she knows truth about tooth fairy and demands £100

Father Sam Freedman, from London, shared daughter Aillen's note on Twitter, as she 'exposed' the truth about the tooth fairy. Calling her parents 'liars', she demanded £100 for each tooth. read

Incredibly well-preserved 3,200-year-old sword discovered in Spain

Archaeologists working on the Spanish holiday island of Majorca have stumbled across a 3,200-year-old sword, one of only few weapons from the Bronze Age found on the sunny holiday island. read

Man who went to Arabian Nights party says Justin Trudeau's blackface costume 'stood out'

Roger Husband spoke to Global News to defend Trudeau's costume but say it 'stood out' against those of the students he was teaching at West Point Grey Academy. read

Cancer sufferer, 29, reveals she was made to feel like a 'hypochondriac' for three years by a GP

Rebecca Hetherington, now 29, from Newcastle, started to feel unwell in 2013. She was diagnosed with stage two metastatic papillary thyroid cancer on May 17 2016 after a locum GP referred her for a scan. read

Blue light from using your phone at night will NOT keep you awake

Professor Russell Foster, head of the Nuffield Laboratory at the University of Oxford, explained that the screen light simply is not strong enough. read

Brothel boss who had £600k in cash, designer clothing and jewellery stashed in her home dies aged 66

Margaret Paterson was well-known for her expensive lifestyle and when her home was raided in 2011, detectives discovered 100 boxes of high-end shoes and a 7ft pile of designer handbags. read

Join the Downton set by buying a flat in a glorious converted estate 

The new film of Downton Abbey opened this week and will likely fuel interest in a niche sector of the property market - apartments in grand country houses. read

Three teenage Moroccan migrants are found clinging onto a ferry GANGWAY

Three Moroccan teenagers were discovered attempting to smuggle themselves into Spain on a Transmediterranea passenger ferry on Thursday. read

British nursery worker is left PARALYSED by mystery illness she caught while working in Ibiza

Hayley Bray, 26, from Deal, Kent, was unable to eat, talk or even breathe unassisted after she came down with what was initially diagnosed as a urine infection in June. read

Troubled son of Diana Dors made emotional phone call to daughter before his shock death

Jason Dors Lake, the youngest son of the actress and singer, was found in his west London flat just days after celebrating his 50th birthday after relapsing into alcoholism. read

Donald Trump tweets picture with Mark Zuckerberg in Oval Office

Mark Zuckerberg capped off a day of meetings in Washington D.C. with a sit-down with Donald Trump in the Oval Office. read

Cutting air pollution could help curb greenhouse gas emissions

Greenhouse gases have long been condemned by scientists for fuelling global warming, but now a United Nations branch has also called for a reduction in all toxic fumes. read

How humans could survive on Mars by eating INSECTS

Essential resources such as energy, water and oxygen are believed to be in abundant supplies on Mars, but a lack of a viable food source has long been seen as an insurmountable hurdle. read

Hilarious pictures show those who can't afford an iPhone 11 found other ways to upgrade their phones

Rather than buy the new iPhone 11, these creative characters have enhanced their old mobiles on the cheap and posted the hilarious results on social media. The new model was out in the UK today. read

Sexologist Jacqueline Hellyer shares the simple tricks to supercharge your sex drive

Sydney-based sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer says there's a number of simple ways to ramp up your libido, no matter what age or stage of relationship you're in. So what should we do? read

Mother diagnosed with dementia at just 49 after mistaking her symptoms for the menopause

Amanda Quinn, now 50, of Rhondda Valley, was told she had dementia after a GP noticed red flags. Her daughter, Bethany, 22, has become a full-time carer as her mothers' memory fades. read

Burton Albion footballer Kelvin Maynard 'may have been shot dead in revenge for cocaine heist'

Authorities are now investigating whether former Burton Albion footballer Kelvin Maynard may have been killed in revenge for a cocaine heist after his death on Wednesday evening. read

Fashion marketer admits she's CRIED due to working with social media influencers

Assistant marketing manager Grace appeared in last night's Breaking Fashion on BBC3, which goes behind the scenes at Salford-based fast-fashion giant In The Style. read

Jealous girlfriend who attacked woman in Coventry pub toilets is spared jail 'because she was drunk'

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Bobbyjane Boyne (pictured), 49, flew into a rage and smashed Anne-Marie Szwed's head against a sink at the Oak Inn, in Coventry, before using a wall 'as a weapon'. read

Teen with rare condition that effects one in a million walks for the first time in two-months

Lola ,13, was admitted to Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, after being struck down by Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM) earlier this year. read

Demi Moore 'writes in tell-all that Ashton Kutcher cheated on her TWICE'

The GI Jane actress has already stated that Ashton Kutcher cheated on her during their eight-year marriage in an excerpt from Inside Out provided to The New York Times last week. read

World War Two evacuee visits graves of couple who saved him from bombs for the 56th year in a row 

Alan Kay still leaves flowers on Harold and Annie Hodgson grave's in Witherslack, Cumbria, eight decades after the couple took him in. read

Divers' images reveal the wreckage of the last American warship to be sunk by the Nazis

Divers off the coast of Cape Elizabeth in Maine have confirmed that a wreckage spotted on sonar is the remains of the patrol boat USS Eagle PE-56, which was sunk by the Nazis in 1945. read

Apple fans queue overnight to get their hands on the new iPhone 11 as it goes on sale worldwide

Fans queued outside the tech giant's flagship UK store on Regent Street, London (pictured), last night to be the first in line to buy the new product. read

Calls for Boris Johnson to sack 'Tory minister who made Islamophobic comments'

Labour has called on Boris Johnson to identify and sack an unnamed government minister who allegedly made Islamophobic remarks. read

Mother desperate for liposuction to remove her 'bingo wings' caused by a medical condition

Criana Shemar, 35, from Great Barr, Birmingham, suffers from lipoedema. It causes an abnormal amount of fat to build-up on her arms and legs and is thought to affect 10 per cent of women. read

The Queen is a massive Wham! fan, the band's former manager reveals 

A newly published biography by Wham!'s late manager Bryan Morrison claims Her Majesty was a massive fan of their music and even requested to meet them near Windsor Castle. read

Rugby World Cup kicks off in style as hosts Japan put on a dazzling display in opening ceremony

The hosts showed the world what to expect over the course of this year's tournament as they showed off their fabulous culture to millions watching around the world. read

Sussex Police text warnings to drug users when their numbers are found in dealers' phones 

Sussex Police have begun sending the texts to warn drug users about child exploitation. The texts are sent after the force successfully applies for a court order to disconnect a drug dealers' phone. read

Chinese university students perform amazing countdowns during military drills

A new video trend shows students across China performing countdowns in groups by forming the numbers with their bodies. The spectacles are part of their mandatory military training. read

Why forensic scientists won't eat cauliflower cheese

In the mortuary, incidentally, stomach contents are removed with a soup ladle, according to a new memoir by forensic scientist Patricia Wiltshire. read

First 'slow lanes' for pedestrians glued to their phones open in the UK

Two adjacent 247ft long 'mobile safe lanes' have been introduced in Manchester city centre in a bid to accommodate those who are tech obsessed. Two people are pictured using the lanes. read

Horrific end for the beasts of Tiger Temple: Wildlife officials reveal remains

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Workers wear protective suits to remove body parts of the carcass preserved in formaldehyde after dozens of tigers slowly died at the sanctuary in Thailand. read

Stepfather was free to beat five-year-old boy to his death because of probation failures

Marvyn Iheanacho beat Alex Malcolm to death in Mountsfield Park, London in 2016. He already had six convictions for domestic violence against previous partners. read

Parents' fury as boy, 12, with learning difficulties is sent home over haircut 

Cody Holbrook, 12, was allegedly sent home from Ysgol Friars school in Wales because his hair was too short and has been banned from school until it grows back. read

Stunning shortlisted entries in the world's first Instagram photography contest revealed

Returning for its second year, the Photobox Instagram Photography Awards (PIPAs) saw over 100,000 entries since opening in July, which judges have whittled down to a shortlist of 200. read

Seven dogs squashed into tiny cages are freed from Cambodian slaughterhouse

Michael Chour, 49, flew to Cambodia in May on a mission to save as many dogs from possible from being killed for their meat. He said the dogs were denied food, battered with poles and thrown around. read

Newlywed refuses to box up wedding dress and chooses to wear it EVERY weekend

Dawn Winfield-Hunt, 54, from Isle-of-Wight, was dreading boxing up her £300 wedding dress after marrying Steve, 57, on August 3. Instead, she has decided to wear it every weekend for a year. read

The oldies who really know how to have a golden age

Our interviewees were all over 70. One of them fell in love and married aged 82. Another swims a mile in the Mediterranean every morning aged 85. Nearly all of them are still working or creating in some way. read

Highland bull enjoys getting a scratch with an over-sized comb 

An adorable video showing a bull named Bob getting its neck scratched with a garden rake was captured in Dunlap, Tennessee in the US on Wednesday, August 28 this year. read

China develops handheld 'crowd control' sonic gun which causes eyes to painfully vibrate

The rifle, which was developed by law enforcement and the military, uses low frequency sounds, causing a 'biological effect' on the body. read

Number of driving licences medically revoked in last 6 years revealed

Already in 2019 - up until the end of July - a total of 42,467 licences have been medically revoked, based on the government agency's records. Found out the most common conditions. read

Ex-Met detective John Macnamara who led private investigation into Diana's death dies aged 83

Former Met Detective Chief Superintendent John Macnamara, who has died aged 83, led a private investigation into the crash while working as Mohammed Fayed's head of security. read

Supplements of 'good bacteria' can enhance weight loss in dieters, scientists find

Scientists in China found children who took probiotics lost 'significantly' more weight compared to those who didn't while exercising more and eating better. read

Robber carrying two huge knives threatens shop staff before strolling past unsuspecting customers

A robber carrying two knives burst into the One Stop shop in Corby, Northamptonshire, before threatening staff to open the till. He then grabbed the cash and pedalled away. read

Apple applies for two new AR patents adding fuel to speculation over its first-ever headset

A patent application from the company shows that the company is pursing a technology described as a 'Display Device' that uses a decidedly futuristic-sounding 'reflective holographic combiner.' read

Scientists claim they can tell what type of dementia a patient has by the way they WALK

The research by Newcastle University shows that people with Lewy body dementia change their walking steps more - varying step time and length. read

Archaeologists dig up the Victorian burial ground where Birmingham's HS2 station will go

A team of 70 archaeologists spent a year excavating the 19th-century Park Street site in Birmingham where a station on the high-speed route is set to be built. read

Players show off their VERY striking hairdos ahead of the Rugby World Cup

Players from around the world have been showing off their penchant for elaborate grooming, ahead of the Rugby World Cup, which kicks off with host nation Japan VS Russia later today. read

Coroner warns bodybuilders over steroid use after father-of-one, 37, dies of self-inflicted injuries

Ben Harnett, 37, from Northumbria was training for a bodybuilding competition when he took his own life while under the influence of steroids and cocaine, his inquest has determined. read

Lord of the Rings-inspired 'hobbit hole' voted one of Britain's best garden hideaways

Chris Hield, 49, from Buxton, Derbyshire, was one of 3,000 entrants to the competition, which is in its 13th year and is sponsored by wood care brand Cuprinol. read

I've always looked up to Dad: Lion cub shares a tender moment with its father 

Photographer Limor Bahar from Be'er Ya'aqov, Israel captured the intimate moment at a reserve in South Africa. read

13th century statue of Jesus returned to Yorkshire 200 years after vanishing

The rare object, made in Limoges, France, in the 13th century, was found in 1826 in the ruins of St Mary's Abbey in York. It disappeared for nearly 100 years before it became part of a private collection. read

PAUL THOMAS on... Cameron's royal indescretion

'Your remarks about the Scots' referendum, Mr Cameron! I'm not purring - I'm GROWLING!' read

Orangutan with BULLET in its face is found clinging to tree in Indonesian forest fire 

Orangutan with bullet in its face was saved by Animal Rescue with another ape in West Borneo, Indonesia, on September 16. Is receiving medical care but some say fires could push them 'closer to extinction'. read

My RAT ate my homework! Extraordinary moment pet rodent runs off with student's test in its mouth 

Zoe Moore-Runck was unable to complete her farm and business homework after her rat Pineapple stole it - and dragged it under the bed in her Batavia home, Ohio, on September 9. read

Adorable panda licks her newborn cub as it stretches in her arms 

A panda mother smothered her baby with cuddles at a Sichuan sanctuary for pandas in China. Some say 'if only people could be as caring as mummy animals' on clip shared on September 15. read

Moment River Plate supporters are arrested for trying to enter a stadium with firearms

Police in Argentina arrested 88 hooligans, including 51 River Plate supporters, for trying to enter a stadium with firearms as a riot left one person with a rubber bullet wound on Wednesday. read

New book Coast by David Ross presents stunning photos of the world's most beautiful shorelines

They are from a new book called Coast, which celebrates the places where the land meets the sea, from Northumberland in the north of England to New Zealand via Florida. read