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Kate Middleton and Prince William leave their children while they enjoy a day in

In a nod to the nation's flag, Kate chose a £4,000 red and white Alexander McQueen frock (left) for her first full day of public engagements. The couple were met by thousands of well-wishers as they stepped off a seaplane from Victoria, where they had left Prince George, three, and 16-month-old Princess Charlotte with their nanny. The Duke and Duchess joined Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (bottom right) to meet Canadians from all walks of life, including some of the nation's young leaders. They also visited the Immigrant Services Society of British Columbia where one young girl gave Kate flowers (middle), after going to the Sheway charity (top right), an organisation which helps vulnerable mother and pregnant women battling addiction.

Anne Darwin reveals in new book the entire story about her husband's fake canoe death

Panama really did look like the perfect place for us to start afresh, especially when John found out that if you set up a corporation there your assets couldn't be touched, writes ANNE DARWIN. She adds: 'I had serious doubts about whether it was the sort of place you could put down roots and feel it was home.' Pictured, Anne in 2016 (top), Anne enjoying a carefree, holiday lifestyle in Panama (bottom), John and Anne photographed in Panama in 2006 - four years after he had 'died' (inset).

Suriyah Bi, 24, lost her job at Heartlands Academy in Birmingham, after just a week of being a teaching assistant in a year seven class there and is now pursuing claims for religious discrimination.

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Budget airline Monarch was forced to deny rumours it was going bust and responded to customer enquiries on Twitter to say that the company was not in trouble.

However many middle-aged and older workers do not even realise they are paying fees that sap their savings, prolonging the amount of time they are in work.

Peter Lawrence, 70, the father of missing chef Claudia Lawrence, has urged police to examine whether she could be another victim of taxi driver Christopher Halliwell, 52, who was jailed for life.

Zoe Ball told Fatboy Slim 'I'm bored' before leaving DJ for toyboy

Zoe Ball left her husband Norman Cook (pictured inset on their wedding day) for 22-year-old Tay Tay Starhz (right) because she found the superstar DJ boring, friends have revealed. She has walked out of the home she shared with Cook - the DJ Fatboy Slim - their son Woody, 16, and daughter Nelly May, six. The 45-year-old TV presenter (pictured in 1999, left) moved out two weeks ago and is living with her mother, Julia, in a house next door but one to the old marital home on the esplanade at Hove in East Sussex (pictured below).

The 41-year-old Maleficent star reportedly blocked her famous ex's phone number after her shock divorce filing from the Fight Club actor earlier this week.

The 81-year-old (pictured) declined to stay in her role as a judge for the hugely-popular show out of loyalty to the BBC and her agent says she has 'lots of exciting projects coming up.

Nina Adamowicz, who is believed to have died last October, had her first pacemaker fitted in 1996. Both active euthanasia and assisted suicide are still illegal under English law.

Beauty therapist Angela Timson, 34, from Leicestershire, hoped to reverse the effects of having two children with the non-surgical procedure that fires lasers into the vaginal canal.

Anger of PC accused of racism: Officer is investigated after telling pro-Kurd protester 'you don't tell me what to do in my country' during clashes 

Marcus Tyson was responding to a screaming pro-Kurd activist who told him to 'get out of here' during an ugly clash. The Metropolitan Police officer, who has served on the frontline for almost 29 years, thought little more about the incident. But after a video was posted online (pictured), he found himself under investigation for racism and could now be sacked for gross misconduct.

Analysis of German military records reveal that Hitler was the first to suggest the plan which, if successful, could have provided a launch pad from which they could bombard Britain.

'Adorable thieves' in Thailand photographed the moment they stole a woman's watch

A man believes he has captured the moment two young girls slipped his girlfriend's watch from her wrist as she posed for a photograph with them at a Thai temple. In the image, the woman smiles as one of the girls appears unclasp her wrist watch. The travelling couple only noticed once they reviewed their holiday snapshots. The image was shared online and thousands of people commented on the thread, with some sharing pictures of the two girls from their own trips.

Friends of Theresa May revealed she had written to David Cameron at least twice when he was PM to demand stricter border controls and a brake on EU immigration - only to be ignored.

To the irritation of many ministers and civil servants, Craig Oliver made little secret of the fact that he had been keeping detailed notes about the daily dramas of his time in Downing Street.

David Cameron's former director of communications, Craig Oliver - sorry, that's now SIR Craig Oliver - has a complaint: 'History tends to be written by the winners.'

As one of the main architects of Project Fear - the campaign designed to terrify people into staying in the EU - one might have expected Craig Oliver to observe a period of dignified silence.

Soldiers and MPs pointed out that Tony Blair's actions led to the inquiries because he ignored expert advice in signing up to the International Criminal Court and took Britain to war in Iraq.

Sir Michael Fallon has been accused of 'gagging' a senior officer and three soldiers who planned to tell an inquiry how they were hounded by investigators over the Iraq war.

Laura Trott and Jason Kenny share intimate shots from inside their wedding

This intimate photograph (left) shows Team GB cyclists Laura Trott and Jason Kenny taking to the dance floor just hours after they tied the knot in a secret ceremony. The couple, who have 10 Olympic gold medals between them, married at Hilltop Country House in Cheshire yesterday, surrounded by friends and family. Today a handful of images of the ceremony and reception were released to the public (top and bottom right), revealing how Team GB's golden couple celebrated their big day. While the couple would have no doubt been offered an exclusive magazine deal for the photos, they have instead chosen to share them for free. Kenny announced the news today by posting a snap of his new wife in their marital bed on Twitter (inset), with the caption: 'Good morning Mrs Kenny'.

A video has captured the incredibly rare moment a baby was born via C-section while still inside the amniotic sac. Doctors filmed the birth before breaking open the sac and releasing the baby.

According to the research, sex releases a 'love hormone' oxytocin not only promotes social bonding, altruism but also spirituality and belief in God - especially among men.

The new trick to look younger? Go half grey! One dye-hard brunette tried out the latest

Helena Frith Powell (pictured left, before) got grey streaks, or 'silver lights', to transition from block colour and fully grey hair. Carefully done, this is the colour to bridge the gap between the two for many years. After getting several streaks put in around her temple, she said she was pleased with the result (right) and thought it brightened her face.

Hillary Clinton is 5'4" and Donald Trump is 6'2". A photo shared Sunday shows that the podiums (pictured) for Monday's first presidential debate in Hempstead, New York are of different sizes.

The British ambassador to the UN said Russia is partnering with Syria to commit war crimes. US ambassador Samantha Power also accused the Russians of 'barbarism' in a meeting in New York.

The French president is visiting Calais and the notorious 'Jungle' today, where he announced he will combat illegal migration and dismantle makeshift camp 'before the winter'.

Former Britain's Got Talent winner George Sampson 'takes mother to the High Court'

Britain's Got Talent winner and Emmerdale actor George Sampson (centre) is reportedly taking his own mother to court. The street dancer (left) shot to fame on the ITV talent show in 2008 at the age of just 14 winning £100,000 and the chance to perform in The Royal Variety Show. He is best remembered for his 'singing in the rain' performance but since then has acted in StreetDance 3D movie and dramas like Waterloo road and more recently Emmerdale. It was reported in May this year in an interview on ITV's Loose Women that the 23-year-old fell out with his mother (right) following the show because money issues put a strain on his family life.

Nearly four million Brits now have diabetes, while one in three has pre-diabetes - blood sugar levels that are abnormally high - largely thanks to sedentary lifestyles and high-sugar diets.

London Uncovered is a book by photographer Peter Dazeley and writer Mark Daly, featuring the city's lesser-known institutions, buildings, homes, shops, museums and attractions.

The 35-year-old reality TV hopeful, real name Anna Georgette Gilford, endured the horrific attack while at university, and believes her assailant wanted to murder her.

The England star was embroiled in scandal last July after referring to an Asian man as 'Jap' during a night out at a casino, something he has since apologised unreservedly for.

Vicar's wife, 49, cheats on her husband with a homeless man he had taken in off the

Ivan Mascarenhas, 49, (left) moved in with Matthew and Sandra Taylor (together right) in Northamptonshire, after he began drinking again and was thrown out by his wife. The vicar of St Mary's in Rushden took pity on him and gave him a spare room while he found his feet. And Rev Taylor even praised Ivan in church for battling alcoholism, not knowing that he was sleeping with his wife. Mr Mascarenhas said: 'It was like a fantasy and we couldn't control ourselves. It felt forbidden but wonderful at the same time. We both knew it was wrong and that it shouldn't happen'. Mother-of-two Sandra is understood to have told her husband of the affair in recent weeks and appears to have been forgiven. She is said to feel 'shame and sadness' about what happened.

These tips show you how to protect your smile during menopause - when women seem to need more fillings or have to work harder to stave off gum disease.

Binge thinking is a form of emotional oversensitivity that often spirals into nervous anxiety or a sense of anger at the world - and can affect every area of your life, from relationships to work to self-image.

Cancer sufferer unable to have sex after failed breast implants left her disabled 

WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT AND NUDITY - Mother-of-two Aly Tate (pictured left and right) underwent a double mastectomy in 1997 after finding a number of lumps in her chest and later had silicone implants to reconstruct her breasts, but has since had 21 operations. Her tragic condition means she has now consigned herself to being single for the rest of her life because of her body (inset) and admits her children, Nick and Alex, are the only thing that have kept her going. Aly, from Sheffield, is now considering legal action against the NHS because of the trauma she has suffered, and is also warning other women against having the same treatment.

Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White covers what it's like to have insomnia, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman's The Yellow Wallpaper centres on a woman who sits in an old nursery and becomes psychotic.

In his upcoming memoirs Born to Run, which are to be published this week, the singer (pictured) recalls how his factory worker father Doug largely ignored him and said less than 1,000 words to him.

Police begin latest dig for missing toddler Ben Needham as boy’s mother slams witness for

Investigators on the Greek island where Ben Needham (inset) vanished in 1991 have told his mother Kerry Needham to 'prepare for the worst' as work begins (left and right) in Kos in the search for possible remains. The dig comes after a witness came forward to suggest Ben may have been crushed to death by a digger near a farmhouse his grandparents were renovating at the time of the youngster's disappearance. But Ms Needham said she was 'angry' when police told her about the tip-off and she now lives in fear that each day will bring the 'worst news possible'.

Quentin Letts has been in Liverpool, where the Labour party is holding its conference. The official gathering is prosaic, formulaic, going through the motions.

A Labour member from Germany broke into tears after Ed Miliband (pictured at the Labour party conference in Liverpool tonight) dismissed talk of a second EU referendum as 'nonsense'.

MP Rachel Reeves led a special tribute to the mother-of-two Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed in her constituency in June, at the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool.

For the Labour Party I love, the party I have devoted more than 50 years of my life to serving, the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader is a catastrophe, writes DAVID BLUNKETT.

EasyJet pilot becomes world's youngest commercial captain aged 26

Just a decade after taking to the skies as a teenage air cadet, Kate McWilliams, from Carlisle, has proved she is a real high flier - by becoming the world's youngest commercial pilot at the age of 26. Miss McWilliams (pictured left and right with her colleague Luke Elsworth), a rising star of budget airline easyJet's crew, has been promoted from first officer to captain, a feat usually achieved by much older pilots. After taking up flying in the air cadets aged 13, Miss McWilliams made her first solo flight aged 16 and went on to train as a pilot on her 19th birthday. She said she gets quizzed about her age by cabin crew and passengers almost every day and most are 'impressed' to learn she has fast-tracked her way to the cockpit.

The 26-year-old said she woke up in a strange house with cuts and bruises, and believes her drink had been spiked on a night out in Sunderland before she was abducted and sexually assaulted.

Unemployed father Nathan Wyatt, 35, was arrested by detectives at his home in Northamptonshire after 3,000 photographs from Pippa Middleton's iCloud account were taken.

Jeremy Paxman's hatred for his father may have turned him into TV's rudest man

Jeremy Paxman's childhood was punctuated with beatings, using sticks, shoes, cricket stumps, bare hands - pretty much anything his vile-tempered father Keith had to hand, writes JANE FRYER. The former Newsnight presenter, who also presented University Challenge (left), asks in his forthcoming memoir, A Life In Questions, 'Did I love my father?' The journalist added: 'My feelings ranged from resentment to passionate hatred'. Jeremy was sent to Malvern College (right), where he felt an imposter, an outsider and never at ease. And then on to St Catherine's College, Cambridge, to study English. Paxman (inset) joined the BBC as a trainee when he was 24. It was about this time his father packed up and left.

Kate Middleton wins first round of outfit war with Canada's First lady Sophie

There was bound to be sense of fashion rivalry when First Lady Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau met the Duchess of Cambridge but on this occasion, Sophie's style proved no match for Britain's future queen. While Kate's designer dress, matching hat, nude heels and eye-catching brooch was deemed flawless, experts said Sophie's outfit was let down by a mis-matching purple felt hat.



Inside house in Austria where Natascha Kampusch was kept a sex slave for eight years

Natascha Kampusch was just 10 years old when she was abducted by a loner named Wolfgang Priklopil (top inset) and held captive for eight-and-a-half years in a cellar hidden in the basement of his house (bottom left) near Vienna, in Austria. Natascha, now 28, inherited the estate after Priklopil committed suicide when she escaped in 2006 (her first TV interview pictured inset left). She now lives in the home most weekends (main) and still meticulously cleans it - just as she was once instructed to do under threat of punishment by her kidnapper.

Peter Sutcliffe, 70, has bragged about enjoying television and a DVD player in his cell at HMP Frankland in Durham for '£1-a-week' despite criticising the decision to move him from hospital.

Ben Wernham, 33, is paralysed from the neck down after the accident in Cyprus and has been in hospital ever since his flight back to the UK, during which he almost died of septic shock.

When Portuguese man Rufino Borrego was 13, he was diagnosed as having muscular dystrophy. But a neurologist realised he actually suffered from a different disease (file image).

Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar was shot outside the court in Amann where he was standing trial for insulting Islam by sharing a cartoon which mocked ISIS. The gunman targeted Hattar despite a media blackout on the case.

Raymond Sculley from Poplar, east London has been charged with the murder of Zdenek Makar, who was allegedly beaten to death outside a chicken shop with a bicycle lock on Wednesday morning.

Testosterone prescriptions have shot up 20 per cent since 2012 - costing the NHS £20million a year. Researchers claim doctors are being increasingly influenced by drug companies.

Sophie Countess of Wessex completes 450-mile cycle from Edinburgh to Buckingham Palace

The Countess of Wessex has completed her epic 445-mile bike ride from Edinburgh's Palace of Holyroodhouse to Buckingham Palace in support of the Duke of Edinburgh Award's 60th anniversary. The 51-year-old said she was 'overwhelmed' as she pedalled through the gates of Buckingham Palace where she was embraced by her proud family. Crowds clapped and cheered as she cycled down The Mall on her bike and towards the finish line. Spending some eight hours a day cycling, and up to five hours in the saddle, Prince Philip thought she was 'slightly mad' for partaking. Upon finishing her gruelling challenge, the Countess looked delighted to see her husband Edward (left) and she received a warm welcome - and a big hug - from her son and daughter, Lady Louise Windsor (inset) and James Viscount Severn (right).

A new study suggests that by going to the cinema, restaurant or theatre - and getting away from children - married couples can reduce their chance of splitting up.

London Sperm Bank Donors is a £950 mobile service that allows women to browse through a number of anonymous donors and filter through them based on their preferred characteristics.

A former British aid worker Sarah Gayton, 41, from Chiswick, in west London, is now planning her wedding with a younger Syrian refugee after they fell in love in the jungle migrant camp.

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust was prompted to try the new measures after just eight out of 220 Filipino nurses passed the exam in a recruitment drive for foreign nurses to meet a staffing crisis.

Gareth Bale protected by armed police as his fiancee's cousin 'disappears with a suitcase

Officers were on guard outside the hotel room in Gran Canaria (inset) last night as Gareth Bale's fiancee Emma Rhys-Jones (left with Bale) is 'scared stiff' the couple could be targeted next. The 25-year-old's family have endured several arson attacks in south and north Wales in the past few days and are understood to have gone into hiding. The troubles appear to have been sparked by the disappearance of her cousin Epiphany Dring (right), last seen five weeks ago and believed to be carrying a 'suitcase containing £300,000, cocaine and Rolex and Kors watches'.

The piece, named Meleager and Atalanta, by Flemish Baroque painter Jacob Jordaens was unearthed at Swansea Museum in Wales, after work by historian Bendor Grosvenor.

Josh Boothman died after disappearing beneath the surface of the River Erewash in Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, on Saturday afternoon, police are now investigating the tragic incident.

The appointment of Sir Mick Davis (pictured) may be another sign Theresa May is anxious to draw a line under the Old Etonian chumocracy of Cameron era, writes ANDREW PIERCE.

The touching moment Michelle Obama and former president George W. Bush hugged at the opening on the National Museum of African American History has been hilarious edited.

Twitter users are calling for Greater Manchester Police to investigate Marc Anwar, 45, who plays the role of Sharif Nazir in Coronation Street, for 'committing a hate crime' over a 'racist' Twitter rant.

Is this one of the biggest snakes ever found? Construction workers discover '33ft' anaconda on a Brazilian building site

Constructions workers in Brazil had quite the surprise when they discovered a giant anaconda on the site. The explosion of a cave during construction work at the Belo Monte dam in the municipality of Altamira in Para Brazil left workers frightened. But they got an even bigger scare when a giant snake weighing 400kg and measuring 10 metres emerged from the explosion. 

The un-named girls are believed to have been in contact with Rachid Kassim, who has been hiding out in ISIS-controlled areas of Syria and Iraq for the past two years.

Meet the glamorous Garrit-Smith family, from the East End of London, who were behind a payday loans company that was ordered to pay out more than £34million for treating over 97,000 customers unfairly.

Chancellor Philip Hammond will unveil rules to ensure that public sector staff cannot walk away with more than £95,000. Treasury insiders said the reforms could save up to £250million a year.

While twenty-something bloggers and A-listers are the ones photographers jostle to snap, the interesting ones are the forty and fifty-something women watching from the front rows.

Former BBC weather-girl Reham Khan is writing an explosive book to tell what she sees as the 'truth' about former husband Imran, 63, who was previously married to Jemima Goldsmith.

Why I'm getting married at 76: It's the last thing Prue Leith expected, but the cookery

Prue Leith met retired clothes designer John Playfair (both pictured), 69, at a dinner party five years ago. He wooed her with home-cooked suppers and the pair regularly travel the UK and abroad together, taking week-long road trips. Prue says being in love at 70 is the same as love aged 17 and adds that John has given her a whole new 'lease of life'. He brought up the idea of marriage to her in Namibia and the couple plan to tie the knot in Edinburgh, where John is from.

The suspect assaulted a member of staff who challenged him at the Co-Op in Middleton-in-Teesdale, County Durham, on Wednesday night. A man has been arrested on suspicion of robbery.

Nakita Wright from Trowbridge, Wiltshire, suffered a freak case of surfer's myelopathy while on holiday with her family in the Algarve resort of Praia de Rocha.

Dr Ellen McCourt (pictured), chair of the junior doctors committee, said the strikes were suspended 'in light of feedback from doctors, patients and the public.

Graduates from Imperial College London's (pictured) geology course earn the best starting salaries, averaging £73,267 a year six months after leaving.

Jose Fernandez of Miami Marlins, killed in Florida boating accident

America's athletes came together to pay tribute to Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez (right) Sunday after his life was cut short in a tragic boating accident in Florida. Baseball and football teams alike held moments of silence for the Cuban-born 24-year-old, who died after a boat he was on struck a Miami Bay jetty at high speed and overturned at around 3.30am. The Mets posted up a jersey with Fernandez's name and number on it (inset). But few were as moved as his team. Teammate Dee Gordon (left, main image) was visibly upset as he paid tribute by a specially decorated mound at the Marlins' stadium. And David Samson, president of the team said: 'This is not just about today or tomorrow. Jose is a member of this family for all time.'

Ashley Blake was found guilty of wounding Greg Jones, 17, and intending to pervert the course of justice in 2009. He has now returned to host a segment on BBC West Midland's Inside Out programme.

A report into the behaviour of Paul Evans (pictured) and other directors, before the collapse of the business will be passed to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

Ministers and civil servants are stalling over approving the next generation of electric stun-guns even though it is more than a year since the previous deal expired.

Woman walking alone in a wedding dress in a shopping centre on a Monday morning

A concerned Reddit user Fort-Glen has shared a bizarre image of a woman in a wedding dress (main) walking on her own at 7am on Monday at the Box Hill Central shops (inset), west of Melbourne. Some Reddit users commented on the post suggesting she either had a big night out or was suffering from a mental illness.

Iraqi soldiers stand guard in the capital Baghdad, frequently targeted in suicide bombings by the Islamic State group ©Ahmad Al-Rubaye (AFP/File)

The killer evaded security guards before detonating his suicide vest in the Iskan area of Baghdad amid a group of Shiite Muslims. The Baghdad attack follows an earlier bomb and gun attack in Tikrit.

Therapist Gillian Bridge says people who visit Britain from overseas are stunned to see toddlers throwing a strop - saying this does not happen in other cultures.

Tony and Cherie Blair's son Euan has fallen victim to a complex fraud involving private jets, jewellery and an address in London's Docklands.

A leaked email from the editor of Look North Yorkshire to staff reveals a new target for the number of BAME (black, Asian, ethnic minority) has been imposed.

Pippa Middleton shares her heart-healthy family favourite meal

These recipes will have you calling out 'supper's ready!' in an hour or less. In addition to being delicious, they are also recommended for those with a heart condition, or at risk of one. Try mushroom margarita pizzas (top centre), rainbow pepper steak fajitas (top right) or meatballs with tabbouleh (bottom centre). Later, treat your tastebuds to some spiced black forest crumble (bottom right).

Despots using former Prime Minister Tony Blair's consultancy started turning their backs on his services because of his tarnished reputation, his biographer claimed yesterday.

Soldiers and MPs pointed out that Tony Blair's actions led to the inquiries because he ignored expert advice in signing up to the International Criminal Court and took Britain to war in Iraq.

The Foreign Secretary said he was in favour of skilled foreign workers coming to the UK but said the Brexit vote was about 'control' over numbers to ensure British youngsters had a fair chance of work.

A senior immigration official appeared on a spiritual guru's TV show (pictured) to promoted new measures to effectively 'pay' migrants to leave.

Her Majesty is spending £130,000 on the UK's largest automatic horse-walker at her stud farm in Sandringham, measuring 330-ft and capable of walking 18 horses at the same time.

Emergency services face a surge of alerts when all cars and trucks are fitted with new technology - called eCall - which automatically calls 999 if a vehicle is involved in a crash.

Sad life of dolphins captured for Indonesia's traveling circuses

Disturbing pictures have emerged of the life of dolphins in Indonesia's travelling circuses. The animals are captured from the wild and then trained to do flips (top right), tricks (main) and jump through hoops for audiences in chlorine filled swimming pools across the country's main island of Java. When the show is over, the animals are then put in plastic tanks, loaded into the back of trucks, and then taken to the next town to perform. Animals rights campaigners say the circuses are cruel and also feature other endangered animals such as sun bears (above on a bike) and cockatoos.

The RAF is co-operating with a US-led investigation into last Saturday's botched air strike near the eastern city of Deir al-Zour, blamed for causing a fragile ceasefire in Syria to collapse.

Experts warned that such sites are not only a goldmine for criminals but also pose a significant security threat, with forged passports being sold for as little as £800.

Sir Bradley Wiggins has denied taking an 'unfair advantage' by using a powerful steroid before winning the Tour de France as he needed the drug to treat his severe asthma.

Hitting him where it REALLY hurts: Girlfriend gets revenge on 'cheating boyfriend' by tasering him in the crotch 

Mandie Pistol, from Las Vegas, was filmed walking in on her boyfriend with another woman (pictured inset) before using the taser gun on him. A video, which has been viewed over two million times, shows her claiming that she knows her boyfriend has been cheating on her for 'quite some time'. Mandie says: 'He doesn't know that I found out that he's been cheating on me for quite some time now. What he doesn't seem to remember is that he got me this taser for Christmas. F*** him.'

Alison Smith, a farmer's wife, lives in Derbyshire with her husband John. She avoids the gym and instead goes for brisk walks instead, as well as eating small plates to maintain her weight.

Spice is one of many New Psychoactive Substances (pictured) designed to give users the same effect as drugs like cannabis. It is odourless and colourless and being posted to inmates in UK prisons.

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The village time forgot: Mysterious 'lost' street of secret tunnels and tiny homes is discovered deep beneath County Durham

The mysterious discovery was made during a £1m refurbishment of a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham. An old larder can still be seen in the underground homes (top right), which date back more than 200 years, while wooden window and door frames remain intact. It is believed the tunnels leading from the underground homes, which may have been occupied by domestic staff, led to other parts of Stockton.

Thousands marched in a bid to get Catholic Ireland's strict anti-abortion laws softened with one woman waving a placard stating 'keep your rosaries off my ovaries.'

Archaeologists discover preserved skeleton of a Roman man in a quarry in Dorset

The skeleton was discovered by archaeologists working at the site of a quarry near Dorchester, Dorset. Experts believe the male was aged about 25 at the time of his death. He was buried in a small cemetery about 2,000 years ago but his is the only skeleton to have survived because the bones were so well preserved by the stone coffin. Evidence of 11 other burials at the same site was also discovered but there is little left of the remains.



Nirvana's Nevermind album baby recreates iconic photo 25 years later

The now 25-year-old who most people only knew as the naked swimming baby (inset) from the cover of Nirvana's iconic album, Nevermind, has recreated the image for the record's 25th anniversary. Spencer Elden (left) initially wanted to honor the band by posing naked, as he did 25 years ago. But when presented the idea, the photographer responded that 'he thought that would be weird' so Elden wore his swim shorts instead. Elden, who is now an artist, obviously doesn't remember anything about the photo shoot, but he said it still 'means something to me'. When the baby photo was taken in 1991, Elden's parents were paid $200. The fish hook snagged on the dollar bill in the photo was later added in digitally. When asked earlier this month to recreate the image by photographer John Chapple, Spencer Elden received just $200 to do it again. Nirvana's album, Nevermind which was released 25 years ago Saturday, was the second album for the American rock band that is arguably the defining album of the grunge movement.

A pedestrian was left paying the price for his impatience when he was smashed into by a biker after recklessly trying to scuttle across a busy road in the city of Krasnodar in Russia.

News reporter James Longman has won fans for his movie-star looks and revealing selfies. Viewers seem less interested in his foreign affairs reporting than on having an affair with him.

A video of 80-year-old Ted McDermott singing Quando Quando Quando in a car with his son Simon has been watched by more than 60 million people and raised £125,000 for charity.

Get a load of this! World's largest ship lift can haul vessels weighing up to 3,000 TONNES 

The elevator will allow vessels to pass the dam across the Yangtze River in Hubei Province, central China. The 550ft-high structure is able to lift vessels carrying a weight of up to 3,000 tonnes. The new elevator cuts down the time it takes to pass the dam to around 40 minutes, compared to the four hours it takes to pass via the ship lock. The Three Gorges Dam is the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.