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Chris Brown is arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon

Chris Brown (main, circled in red, and top right) has been arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after a prolonged, 11-hour stand-off with the police at his $4million mansion. Baylee Curran (left), a former Miss California Regional 2016, called 911 at around 3am on Tuesday claiming a Brown had pointed a gun at her after she admired his friend's jewelry, TMZ reported. Police arrived at Brown's sprawling estate in Los Angeles, but no one answered the door and it took hours before they obtained a warrant to search the home for a weapon. Emerging from his mansion around 2.43pm (PT), Brown took off his sweatshirt and sat on the ground in front of the door, appearing relaxed before he went back inside around 3pm (PT). Authorities said Brown was cooperating with the Los Angeles Police Department before he was arrested just after 5pm (PT). LAPD Robbery-Homicide Division detectives searched the property, while Brown's entourage of about half a dozen people were patted down and interviewed by authorities (bottom right).

Fresh agony for Sir Cliff Richard as the CPS reviews abuse claims

Sir Cliff could be forced to endure 'living hell' once more after the Crown Prosecution Service confirmed the case is being reviewed. One of his accusers has challenged the decision not to prosecute him, and as a result an independent lawyer will review the evidence presented to the CPS to decide whether or not they made the correct decision. The request to review the case was made at the beginning of this month and is currently ongoing, although the length of the process is not yet known.

Home and car insurance firms are secretly drawing up plans to collect details about your hobbies, habits at home and even the length of your driveway to decide how much you pay for cover.

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Number 10 said 'Britain is open for business' and the PM's official spokesman described the UK's Corporation Tax as 'one of the lowest in the world' as it suggested Apple could move to London.

Men with high blood pressure went to bed 18 minutes earlier than those with healthy levels, perhaps because they were tired due to being in poorer health, a Hiroshima University study found.

All this week we have serialising the latest waspish - and heart-warming  - observations of American Bill Bryson on his adoptive Britain. Here, he examines why he loves it so much...

Sara Connor and David Taylor mime kiss during Bali reconstruction

Byron Bay mother Sara Connor and her British boyfriend David Taylor have mimed a kiss (left) at Bali's Kuta Beach to re-enact the events that led to the death of a policeman. Ms Connor, 45, took off the sarong covering her face so Mr Taylor, 34, could kiss her on the top of her head. She then lay her head on his shoulders and the pair linked arms for the first time they had seen each other since their arrest on August 19. The two accused and actors recreated the scenes on Wednesday morning (right and inset).

Ever since Yvonne bought a £20 blender advertised in a magazine, she's been bombarded with junk mail after her name was put on the so-called suckers list.

Home cooks are overbaking classics like cream horns by 16 minutes, while a Victoria sponge cake is given 10 minutes longer in the oven than it really needs, a recent survey has found.

Strictly Come Dancing's Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly dazzle at the season 14 launch

Strictly Come Dancing kicked off for another year on Tuesday night in London - and with model Daisy Lowe (from left) leading the army of stars (inset) it looked set to be the sexiest one the BBC had seen. Famous faces included US musician Anastacia and British politician Ed Balls - dancing his way down the red carpet with TV presenter and fellow contestant, Laura Whitmore. Of course, the hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly brought the glamour to the opening night, followed by judge Darcey Bussell who returns to the panel for the 2016 series.

'Salary sacrifice' schemes allow employees to give up some of their taxable pay for perks such as company cars. The biggest savings are made by those who have opted for low carbon emission cars.

The overhaul of the 'iPlayer loophole' means that from tomorrow viewers in the UK will need to pay the £145.50 licence fee to catch up on programmes using their mobile devices and laptops.

Amazon Prime customers can now buy day-to-day items including coffee, toilet roll and laundry detergent by pressing a button in their home which orders the essentials online via wi-fi.

The University of Strathclyde used iPad games to diagnose autism with 93% accurately. They found children with the disorder have a greater force of impact than those typically developing.

Lily Allen seen swigging liquor from a bottle and chain-smoking at Notting Hill Carnival

Lily Allen dramatically collapsed after a hard-drinking session at Notting Hill Carnival on Sunday.  The 31-year-old Smile songstress was seen swigging Jack Daniels directly from the bottle, guzzling multiple alcoholic beverages and smoking before she was carried out of the bash by her boyfriend MC Meridian Dan.  As she lived it up at the annual West London street party Lily appeared to lose control following her binge, which she blamed on being 'a light weight' who drank 'on an empty stomach' - although in subsequent Twitter messages, Lily admitted a swig of whiskey was 'the beginning of the end'.

Dr Alexios Samentzas, a cardiologist from the Elpis Hospital, Athens, found men with erectile dysfunction's condition improved by 43 per cent when given statins.

The Prince has made the cause of wounded servicemen his own, and inspired the Invictus Games to allow them to show what they can achieve, despite their injuries.

Paul Flynn, Shadow Leader of the Commons, said the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa)- the watchdog which checks MPs' receipts - should be abolished.

Junior doctors in Britain are plotting week-long strikes every month for the rest of the year and plan to walk out from 8am to 5pm for five straight days, according to leaked papers.

Mum says it's her duty to ensure her teen son is a good lover

AMANDA LYNCH decided to speak to her 17-year-old son Stanley (pictured together right and inset in 2003) about the birds and the bees. She knows the conversations would have been different if they had been held with his late father (pictured together left at Stanley's Christening) - but firmly believes that mothers of boys shouldn't fear speaking to their sons about sex.

A murder inquiry has been launched in Harlow, Essex, after a Polish man was beaten to death by a gang of 20 boys and girls. Five teens have been arrested and another man remains in hospital.

A woman has left the internet in shock by querying whether she's wrong to sleep naked with her 16-year-old son on the Q&A site Quora, where it's been viewed 500,000 times.

Torment Willy Wonka star Gene Wilder hid behind twinkling blue eyes

The Hollywood star played a string of charmingly off-kilter characters in films such as The Producers, Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles and Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. The famous actor died on August 29 in Stamford, Connecticut, US, aged 83. He famously played Willy Wonka in the musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's Charlie And The Chocolate Factory in 1971 (right). And 13 years later, he starred in The Woman in Red with actress Kelly Le Brock (left). But the clownish characters he played concealed a life battered by tragedy. A difficult childhood was poisoned by savage school bullying, sexual abuse and a paralysing guilt over a terminally ill mother that propelled him to sexual abstinence and even into the arms of a religious sect.

Apple has had a base in Ireland since 1980, long before it became the global brand it is today - and it employs around 5,500 people in the country, with its biggest operations in Cork.

Calais Jungle is 'ready to blow' after clashes between Afghan and Sudanese refugees

The men, in their early 20s, were part of a larger group confronted by Sudanese migrants in The Jungle camp. They are in a serious condition in hospital, one with a wound to an artery in his neck. Witnesses said fight was over positions the gangs occupy at the roadside during nightly attempts to leap on to lorries heading to Britain. There are tensions between nationalities and aid workers say camp is a 'pressure cooker waiting to blow'.

As these pictures show, women including mothers played happily with their children by the sea's edge, while teenagers and other young adults were able to lay in the sun after the ban was overturned.

French teacher ‘pictured in Travelodge hotel bed after having sex with a pupil on prom

Isabelle Graham, 28, (pictured with her husband Andrew on their wedding day) who insisted she was a devout Christian who had been saving herself for her wedding night, has been banned from teaching by the General Teaching Council for Scotland. The allegations she had relations with a pupil emerged after a photograph taken in an Edinburgh Travelodge showed a blonde woman (left), alleged to be Graham, lying under the duvet. In the background is a young man clutching a bottle of wine and is believed to be the schoolboy named only as Pupil A - the boy she is accused of sleeping with. Graham, who has already left Whitburn Academy in West Lothian, and moved abroad has been barred from the profession. Mrs Graham, who declined to attend the disciplinary hearing, provided a statement to be read in her defence. In it, she claimed that she had been the 'victim' on the night. She said that if the photo taken on the night did feature her, she was clearly unconscious and therefore it was 'posed' without her consent.

A gruesome image of a beheaded body was sent to MPs of different political parties over recent days, said former Labour minister Chris Bryant. With it was a message warning that they would be killed.

In a further example of the UK's 'revolving door' scandal, it has emerged that only the most senior mandarins have to submit job offers for approval by a Westminster watchdog.

Jeremy Paxman has been described as 'Jeremy Clarkson without the charisma' by the publisher of the Mature Times, a newspaper for the over-50s, writes SARAH VINE.

British scientists believe the memory-robbing disease is fuelled by a rogue immune response - and that ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs might be able to calm it.

Sebastian Edwards' family founded Clarks but he quit firm to design his own shoes

Edwards happily worked his way up at the family firm and spent 15 years in the business, most recently as a designer. But despite his success and contentment, he decided to quit. Four years ago he hung up his Clarks boots and launched his own brand - Seven Boot Lane - with his wife. And the couple found themselves in the limelight when the Duchess of Cambridge's sister was photographed in their boots.

This is the case when you look at what has happened to the pensions industry and how the Government has chipped away at long-term saving incentives. But there is a fundamental problem.

The views of highly respected and internationally renowned economist Andy Haldane have been taken by some to be another blow to pensions. But others have called him irresponsible.

New figures, released by Diabetes UK and based on data from Public Health England, show that the number of amputations arising from diabetes-related complications is now 7,370 a year.

Analysis by an Australian scientist of barnacles from a piece of missing flight MH370's wing has provided clues to where it may have floated on ocean currents before being found on La Reunion Island.

Are these the worst sunburn fails EVER?

Most of us have had to smother ourselves in after-sun at some point in our lives in a bid to ease the pain of sunburnt skin, but the epic fails of these hapless sunbathers take some beating. From swirly patterns on backs that resemble works of art, to a woman who baked herself with a bowl and spoon on her lap, the embarrassing snaps take sunburn mishaps to a whole new level. But while many see the funny side of their unfortunate tan lines, their lack of diligence in the sun would have no doubt caused them lots of pain.

Excluding food and energy bills, families estimate the average cost of raising a son or daughter from age 13 to 19 is £28,767. The figure by insurer Aviva is higher than the average UK salary of £26,104.

Sir James Munby, pictured, who is head of the family court system, said cash was being 'squandered' on unnecessary lawyers in court cases involving children.

Research conducted by the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years suggested young children were being influenced by television, animation films and images in story books.

Good pay and weather, top GCSE grades, fast broadband and access to GP surgeries helped put Hertfordshire at the top of an index of 138 local authorities.

Novak Djokovic’s glum-looking wife Jelena returns to watch him at the US Open

Novak Djokovic's wife Jelena (pictured, left) came to see him play the opening match of his defense of the U.S. Open at Flushing Meadow in New York but she looked glum for most of the game (top, right) and left early (bottom, right). He cited 'private issues' for crashing out of Wimbledon to American Sam Querrey, who was seeded only 28th in the third round of the tournament, which was won by Britain's Andy Murray. Djokovic married Jelena Risti, his childhood sweetheart, in July 2014 and they have a 22-month-old son, Stefan. Djokovic (inset) beat Poland's Jerzy Janowicz over four sets at Flushing Meadow.

The Daily Mail launched its 'Ban the Beads' campaign amid growing evidence of the damage they cause to the environment. Now experts think they could enter the food chain through fish.

The Frank Sinatra classic My Way is now top of the send-off playlist as it becomes less common for mourners to sing hymns at funerals in Britain, a study has found.

Chloe Cockton (pictured), from Rochdale, died in hospital following a collision in the town in the early hours of July 24. Four other teenagers in the car were also injured.

Michael Betteridge, from Portsmouth, has type 1 diabetes but avoided going for check ups. After his vision went blurry in May last year he is now completely blind - and may also lose a foot.

This Morning viewers mock 16-year-old daughter of the UK's first gay fathers on Twitter

Saffron Drewitt-Barlow appeared on the ITV show with her twin brother Aspen and two fathers Barrie and Tony to speak to the media for the first time as they celebrate their 16th birthdays. However, viewers were unimpressed with the twins' 'miserable' appearance and particularly Saffron's pout. (Pictured: The Drewitt-Barlow family appearing from New York)

Tennis brat Bernard Tomic has delivered a foul-mouthed spray to a heckler during his first-round match with Damir Dzumhur at the US Open in New York. Tomic told the fan to 's**k my balls'.

One in three people would be trusting enough to transfer cash to an unknown account if they were called by someone posing as their bank or building society, shock research shows.

Miguel Angel Gomar De Luna fled his nursing home in Chihuahua, Mexico to go for a few drinks and was reported missing when he failed to return and eventually declared dead.

Former Barclays trader Christopher Ashton, 42, pictured, was part of an elite group of euro dealers who called themselves the Cartel, according to the Federal Reserve.

Bride outraged at M&S boss's text of damning verdict on her wedding cake design

Trinity Hughes (pictured), 52, had ordered the four-tier cake from the M&S create your own wedding cake range, which cost £130. She texted a photo to the store's manager, who she had been dealing with when buying it, to show him how it looked after she wed husband Jon (together, right) in Salford. Mrs Hughes burst into tears when she received her reply from the manager at Ilkeston, Derbyshire, which simply said 'cake looks s***'.

An investigation has been launched after a body was found in the woods behind a school in Edinburgh.
The body is understood to have been found in the woodland at Liberton High School.

The female officer was left with minor injuries to his neck after he was attacked on Tuesday afternoon while on duty at the Rempart Saint-Etienne police station, in the centre of the city.

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JonBenet Ramsey's brother gives his first-ever interview with Dr. Phil

Burke Ramsey was nine when his six-year-old sister was found dead in the basement of the family's Boulder, Colorado, home on December 26, 1996, and now he is speaking for the first time. In the new interview, Dr Phil says to the now-29-year-old Burke: 'Has it ever occurred to you that your parents actually thought you did this and didn't ask you because they didn't want to know?' Burke, who appears relaxed in the interview, replies: 'I know people think I did it; that my parents did it. I know that we were suspects.' He is pictured main during the Dr. Phil interview, and inset with his sister.

In a blow for the UK tech industry, 95 per cent of investors voted in favour of the deal, which will see the microchip designer sold to the SoftBank conglomerate.

Darren Machon, 39, was wearing novelty Topman boxer shorts with hotdogs, chips, doughnuts, and hamburgers printed on when he broke into the property in Bridgend, South Wales.

Are superfoods the cure-alls they are claiming to be? A quick look beyond the marketing hype will reveal that salmon, carrots and brussels sprouts can be just as good.

Diners will cook for a small group of up to 20 friends at the pop-up supper club, which will open in central London next week. The experience is free of charge - but only open for 13 days in London.

Since committing to a life of celibacy and spirituality in April, the 41-year-old Bollywood star meditates for five hours a day, has ditched her designer gowns and has stopped wearing make-up.

Jillian Henry, 17, an Oregon high school girl, is already making unforgettable memories ahead of the school year even starting. A naked man photobombed her senior portraits.

Gisele tops Forbes rich list but Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid are closing in

This may have been the year that the fashion world embraced the Instagram generation, but Gisele has proved to be the indisputable queen on the catwalk once more. The mother-of-two continues to be the world's highest earning model, banking $30.5million last year. Instagram favourite Kendall took home a third of that, pocketing $10million in the year from June 2015. However, it still put her in joint third, followed in joint fifth by friend and fellow reality star Gigi. Forbes rich list reveals the world's highest earning models are (in descending order, left to right, top) Gisele Bündchen, Adriana Lima, Kendall, Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, (bottom row) Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Cara Delevingne, Candice Swanepoel, Liu Wen and Miranda Kerr.

Conde Nast Traveller readers vote Eden Rock Hotel in St Barths the best hotel in the world

Eden Rock on St Barths (top left) has been voted the best hotel in the world by readers of Conde Nast Traveller magazine this year. The property, owned by Pippa Middleton's prospective in-laws, also came the top in the regional category. Well-heeled travellers also listed the St Regis in Bora Bora (top right), Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in the Antibes (bottom left and right) and the Taj Lake Palace Hotel in Udaipur (inset) among their favourites.

The Jamaican sprinter was spotted out and about in central London while resplendent a hi-vis jacket and red trainers, which coordinated with his crimson motorbike and L-plates.

This is an undated image taken from Facebook of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz in San Francisco. Summaries of FBI interviews with flight instructors show that  Lubitz, the pilot who deliberately flew his airliner into a mountainside last year had struggled with learning to fly and had failed a key test of his flying skills during his U.S. training, but was promoted anyway.  (AP Photo) NO SALES

The German pilot who deliberately flew his airliner into a French mountainside last year had struggled with learning to fly and had failed a key of his skills during training in the U.S.

Lauren Dua, 24, took her brother Lewis Overell, 20, (both pictured, inset) and 14-year-old sister to play the app on Blackheath Common, south-east London, when they saw the x-rated surprise.

The image, which shows a woman submerged in a swimming pool, has had reddit in hysterics after it was posted with the caption: 'Do her legs go all the way up?'

Jeremy Corbyn called for tough new laws to protect people's online privacy as he launched a 'digital democracy manifesto' in London as part of his battle to retain the Labour party leadership.

Abu Mohammad al-Adnani was said to have been killed 'while surveying the operations to repel the military campaigns against Aleppo' in Syria.

Norfolk senior police officer Sarah Hamlin takes swipe at force on Twitter as she retires

The senior police officer in charge of protecting Prince William and wife Kate at their home in Norfolk has dramatically quit her post after apparently criticising her force publicly on social media. Norfolk and Suffolk assistant chief constable Sarah Hamlin, 48, (pictured) announced her departure after 30 years' service in a series of controversial tweets today. The officer was appointed in 2014 to lead the Royalty Protection team providing security to William, Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte at their home Anmer Hall on the Queen's Sandringham estate. But this morning she astonished her 3,600 followers on her official Twitter account by saying that she was leaving as her 'values' no longer fitted with the force. She tweeted: 'After 30 years @NorfolkPolice I've resigned to the fact that my values no longer fit the org. I can't make a difference, support front-line.' In a later tweet, she posted: 'And so I wish colleagues & friends all the best. Let's hope £policing can recover & the officers & staff welfare is prioritised.'

Hanna Goor was told by a production manager 'to get dressed' when she showed up to perform at the Celebrate August festival in Ashdod, south of Tel Aviv, with her shirt open.

Experts fear the Underground could be inoperable within 15 years, with around 1.7billion people projected to use the tubes by 2026. The new map (pictured) is also aimed at getting people fit.

A Russian filing has revealed Apple is also developing new wireless headphones called 'airpods' to sell alongside its current 'earpod' headphones.

The corporation, which has been rocked by scandal in recent years, has snooped on its staff in a bid to see who is responsible for giving away its secrets.

Updating its guidelines on Tuesday, the WHO urged a new approach to treating chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis for the first time since 2003. The new alert urges doctors not to over-prescribe antibiotics.

Police and firefighters forced their way into the site after receiving reports of suspicious behaviour in Tile Hill, Coventry, West Midlands, on Sunday night where they arrested the man.

Police couple vow to jail great-grandfather if he steps on the verge between their houses

Jon and Sara Webb, who both have backgrounds in the police, obtained a court order which means great-grandfather Phil Taylor, 86, faces arrest if he steps one foot on the roadside verge next to his home in Whitby, Yorkshire. The Webbs, who own the 100 yard verge, went to the courts after they were subject to a campaign of terror at the hands of their neighbour. The retired house-builder performed 'wheelies' on the immaculate grass and smashed boulders the Webbs placed along the edge of the verge, claiming he was 'protecting his right of way'. Mr and Mrs Webb told a court that his behaviour left them too afraid to leave their home. Mr Taylor, who served in the East Yorkshire Regiment, was found guilty of harassing the Webbs by York Magistrates.

Andrew McRae fleeced wealthy Sylvia Moynihan, telling her needed money for a hostel. But he spent her cash on drugs. McRae even told other beggars where to find the kind-hearted widow.

The woman, 27, was hit by a car at 6.20am today as she walked between Santa Eularia and the hippy village of San Carlos following a night out clubbing.

India's tourism minister Mahesh Sharma (pictured) said women 'should not venture out alone at night in small places, or wear skirts'. Indian culture is different from the western,' he added.

Ri Yong Jin was executed after he dozed off in a meeting addressed by Kim Jong-un, while former agriculture minister Hwang Min made a policy suggestion which was seen as undermining Kim.

Women in particular cannot stop binge-thinking - that is ruminating over conversations and events. This can lead to depression, insomnia, fertility problems, acne and hair loss, experts say.

Professor Daniel Lieberman, an expert in human physiology at Harvard University, claims that evolution has selected for us to do only as much exercise as is needed to survive (stock image used)

Spotify boss Daniel Ek weds his girlfriend in Lake Como

Spotify co-founder and CEO Daniel Ek, 33, tied the knot in Italy's Lake Como on Saturday. He and his long-term girlfriend Sofia Levander, the mother of his two children, counted Mark Zuckerberg (right) and Bruno Mars (inset) among their guests, while comedian Chris Rock officiated the ceremony. Sofia stunned in an ivory dipped hem dress that was festooned in delicate floral embroidery (left), and the bride paired the look with a pair of white satin peep-toe heels and some simple pearl drop earrings. She looked the picture of happiness as she left the venue hand-in-hand with her new husband, who opted for a beige linen two-piece suit and a pale blue shirt.

A Thomas Cook plane was evacuated after smoke began pouring from its side during take-off. All 180 passengers and the five crew members got off safely after the incident at Heraklion airport in Crete.

Hannah Warman, from east London, decided to take an Uber at 4.30am for what she thought would be a five-minute journey. Instead, she woke up to a receipt for £85 receipt from the company.

Beccie Saxon from Liverpool used Facebook tto warnt other parents after her daughter was brought out in a rash by Aldi's sensitive baby wipes, following a change in the formula.

A film crew spotted a bizarre island in Argentina that rotates on its own axis. Called, 'The Eye', the team is raising money for an expedition to learn more about the island that some believe is an alien base.

Restaurant boss Vito Ciaraolo gets his own back on couple who slammed him on TripAdvisor

A restaurant in Sheffield has shamed a customer who did a runner by releasing CCTV footage on social media after they posted a bad review on Trip Advisor. Vito Ciaraolo, owner of Vito's in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, could not believe the audacity of the man, who posted the message after finally being made to pay for the meal following eight months of searching. The 53-year-old noticed a Trip Advisor review by a user he calls, Mr A G, titled 'The worst and most overpriced place to eat in Sheffield'. He soon realised that the reviewer was in fact the same customer, who he claims ran away with his female companion without paying an £80 bill in January this year. 'They just seemed like a regular nice couple,' said Mr Ciaraolo, who fans of BBC2's gangster drama Peaky Blinders may recognise after he was cast in the series back in 2013.

Major Narindar Saroop said the former prime minister's resignation list - in which he rewarded a slew of allies with honours and peerages - had brought the entire system into disrepute.

In their book 'Algorithms to Live By', British scientist Professor Brian Christian and science writer Tom Griffith said sock-pairers should try using an algorithm known as a radix sort.

Contractors laid new tarmac and safety markings outside high-performing Truro High School in Cornwall - but then spelled out SHCHOOL in big yellow letters.

Thomas Jackson, 30, died from his horrific injuries at Townsville Hospital this morning - the second victim of the horrific attack at the Home Hill hostel in Queensland six days ago.

Fur protesters organise naked protest over sale of REAL cat and dog skins

Supporters of animal rights group AnimaNaturalis gathered following reports that US scientists had detected real dog and cat fur in coats allegedly made from synthetic materials. Some 30 activists took part in the protest in the centre of Madrid on Tuesday (pictured main and inset). The city is one of the biggest markets for fur coats in Spain, the group said.

Some areas are challenging London and the South East amid a boost in prosperity, research found

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Parliament will be given 'a say' on the process for the UK's departure from the European Union, a Downing Street spokesman has said, but there will be no vote on Brexit by MPs.

Huge piles of rubbish were strewn across gardens while litter was also left on roads and pavements in West London after 454 arrests were made, 43 police were hurt and six people were stabbed.

The Notting Hill Carnival was marred by violence yesterday after a brutal fight broke out in the street and more than 450 people were arrested - the highest total in at least 15 years.

A squad with automatic weapons surrounded the property in Harbour Road, Pagham, West Sussex, when a 72-year-old, named locally as Terry Bridger, barricaded himself inside on Sunday.

Jordanna Best, 21, still had an inflated balloon of nitrous oxide in her mouth when she careered into the van in her Ford Ka near the Carrington training ground, Greater Manchester.

BBC's Jeremy Vine posts shocking footage of woman road rage driver threatening him

The Radio 2 host filmed the woman unleashing abuse and apparently making a gun sign after he cycled in front of her car on a narrow street in London's Kensington. Father-of-two Mr Vine, 52, posted the footage on his Facebook page today, warning that he felt the woman involved 'will at some point hurt someone very badly'. The confrontation began when the Vauxhall driver became frustrated at being stuck behind Mr Vine, who was cycling in the middle of the road to avoid hitting car doors. The driver is seen blaring her horn, before leaping from her car and shouting, 'You don't respect your f**king life', before appearing to shake Mr Vine's bicycle. The woman allegedly mimed pulling the trigger of a gun at Mr Vine in a second confrontation that took place just 30 seconds later. Veteran broadcaster Mr Vine confirmed he has reported the incident to the police.

Oliver Dearlove, 30, who used to work for Coutts - the Queen's banker - died after being punched in Blackheath, south east London, in the early hours of Sunday just hours after texting his girlfriend.

Claire Hatch, 37, had taken her family to the Cornwall attraction and went on the Gravity Swing but the rope became wrapped around her neck and left her with horrendous burns.

The psychiatrist believes Facebook's friend-finding algorithm was able to link up her patients - some of them HIV patients - because they all have her number in their phones.

Cyprian Okoro (pictured) was caught with a stash of 'extreme' pornography, including a video of a man having sex with a snake, the Old Bailey heard

Cyprian Okoro (pictured), from Streatham, south London, also had three videos of a woman having sex with a dog and one of a woman having sex with a horse, a court heard.

A grandfather's touching home video has gone viral after his loyal dog Molly waited at the gates of their home, in Stockbury, Kent, for seven days while he was away - before jumping for joy at his return.

GP Lisa Steen who died of cancer criticises colleagues in blog post

Writing posthumously in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) online Dr Lisa Steen described how she 'spent two years wandering in the wilderness of the medically unexplained' before she was finally diagnosed with kidney cancer with multiple bone metastases in July 2014. The mother-of-two, who lived in Cambridge, worked as GP Lead for drug and alcohol service Inclusion. She had been suffering a myriad of symptoms since August 2012 but despite repeatedly going to the doctor it was initially put down to 'health anxiety'. Her cancer was finally discovered two years later but it was too late, as by that point it had spread to her bones. She died at the end of February this year aged just 43 after keeping the disease at bay with chemotherapy, having a kidney removed and undergoing a hip replacement.

Dawn Simon, from Kent, now has three months to pay back the £565,000 the judge ordered her to repay and must sell everything - including the Bentley - or face three years and eight months in jail.

Zabina Mirza was due to travel with Thomson Airways to Orlando but decided to cancel her trip after the outbreak of the virus but says the alternatives offered were not suitable.

Badger culling has been rolled out to more parts of England including Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire in a bid to tackle tuberculosis in cattle.

Researchers from the Oregon Health and Science University say the finding highlights new targets that could 'deter excessive alcohol consumption with fewer side effects.' (stock image used)

Amanda Walker, 48, from Knaresborough, suffered a dislocated jaw after a doctor used excessive force with breathing apparatus during routine surgery. She has now had a partial jaw replacement.

Heartbreaking scenes as funerals are held for earthquake victims in Italian town

Grieving family members gathered this afternoon under a hastily constructed tent in the central Italian town of Amatrice ahead of a service just yards away from collapsed buildings (left). The ceremony was moved to the devastated community amid outrage over plans to hold it in an air hangar in the town of Rieti where the bodies had been stored. Construction crews worked through the night to build a tent complex. Of the 292 confirmed dead, 231 were found in Amatrice, which was left in ruins after last week's 6.2-magnitude quake. Pictured: Grieving relatives arrive at the service (top right) and coffins are carried in to the service (bottom right).

In one outburst at the Athena practice in Hackney, east London, Dr Agnes Olayemi was told by Dr Affia Okoreaffia that he wanted to eat her - especially her ears - as he 'liked cartilage'.

A young mum, Kath Lock, 24, from Bristol, has written a thank you note on Facebook to a stranger who chatted to her after she was forced to breastfeed in public without a nursing cover.

Kayleigh Budd, 20, from Essex, was amazed to find the device had been left at the event's lost property along with footage from the revellers who found it - who she managed to track down on Twitter.

Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden have thanked attendees of their youngest's christening by sending out adorable cards featuring a photo of the five-month-old prince.

Thomas Stokes, 47, attacked Elizabeth Swain leaving her badly injured after entering her home in Abergavenny, South Wales, to view a litter of young black pug puppies she'd advertised online.

 

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Shocking moment a bag containing £35,000 of jewellery stolen at Notting Hill pub

The antiques dealer was keeping his bag of jewellery close by him but was distracted when the thief's accomplice fell over - providing the perfect moment for it to be stolen. The bag contained 60 items of European antique jewellery including rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets dating from the 1820s to the 1980s. The most valuable item stolen was a £5,600 high-grade solitaire diamond ring. The victim said the thieves were 'clearly professionals', as police review the CCTV footage.

In the agonising clip, taken at a martial arts camp in Thailand, a ripped man in red shorts stands across from his rival in yellow. Kicking his opponent with a powerful low kick he brutally dislocates the leg.

The Mad Ravens team of wind tunnel instructors from Prague, Czech Republic, was founded in 2012 by pals Radek Meduna, 33, and Václav Dek, 26.

Adorable moment rescued circus lioness greets her father after gruelling surgery

The lions were rescued from a circus in Peru where father Leo was so badly abused that he needed dental surgery to repair his mangled teeth. When he came around he immediately looked for his daughter Africa and turned around to face her, still groggy from the anesthetic. She stretched her paw out from the fence in a bid to beckon her father towards her.

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Learner driver leads police in a 110mph chase after stealing his father's car

Miles Horton, 18, told a court he stole his father's blue Saab 93 to 'punish' him for being violent towards his mother and sister. The learner driver then drove from his home in Lincoln, through Yorkshire and into Manchester on August 1. He was spotted by police on the M60 when he came off the motorway and drove on to a residential road where he raced through a 30mph zone at 70mph.

In the video from Japan, the prickly critter can be seen eagerly receiving a tiny piece of apple as it slowly unfolds itself from its spiky ball, growing more and more animated in anticipation.

Shane O'Reilly, 30, from Blackrock in County Dublin, had 10km left of the road race when he was struck by the animal in Phoenix Park after it attempted to leap over him.

Racing cyclist celebrates BEFORE finish line and gets overtaken by rival 

A red-faced racing cyclist was pipped at the post by his rival because he thought he had won and started celebrating before the finish line. Video footage shows the excruciating moment the rider punched the air as he approached the end of the street race in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. But at the very last second he was overtaken by another competitor who squeezed past him at the death to win by an inch.

   

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