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Brexit: EU urges May to DROP red lines as PM faces no confidence vote

Mrs May launched a furious attack on the Labour leader in brutal clashes at PMQs (pictured) ahead of a no-confidence vote tonight. But despite suffering a massive Commons defeat on her Brexit deal last night, Mrs May flatly ruled out revoking the Article 50 process - and insisted she was still determined to respect the result of the referendum. The defiant stance came as the EU and Remainer MPs heaped pressure on Mrs May to change tack, with calls for another national vote and Michel Barnier urging her to drop 'red lines'. The Prime Minister has been left scrambling to find a way forward after suffering the biggest Commons loss ever for a government, with an extraordinary 118 Tories rebelling against the plan. The escape routes for the premier appear to be closing, with the EU signalling a tough line. A senior German minister this morning dismissed the prospect of delaying Article 50 unless there is a clear 'path' for getting an agreement implemented. And the EU's chief negotiator Mr Barnier goaded Mrs May by demanding she respond by abandoning her long-standing negotiation positions, such as ending free movement, ruling out a permanent customs union, and ending the jurisdiction of EU law.

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The Tory revolt includes more than a third of Theresa May's entire party - led by ringleaders Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Simon Coveney (pictured) forgot his microphone was still on as he spoke to Transport Minister Shane Ross in Dublin while Theresa May suffered her humbling Commons defeat.

Fisherman claims he SAW MH370 go down and recorded the EXACT location on GPS

Rusli Khusmin, 42, says he and his crew witnessed the March 2014 air disaster. He swore an oath of truth on the Koran this morning and handed over evidence. The co-ordinates in the Sumatra Indonesian Sea provided by Rusli's GPS tracker (right) will now be handed to the Malaysian Prime Minister. The plane, bound for Beijing, disappeared nearly five years ago, with all 239 people on board presumed dead.

NEW Developers are building 500 homes near Droitwich, Worcs. Squatters have moved into unoccupied homes after the council banned owners moving in because an access road was unfinished.

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One Australian woman has revealed her nifty trick that keeps avocados fresh for days. She shared a photo of what her avocado looked like after 19 hours - and there was barely a speck in sight.

Robert Monks, 39, and his girlfriend of 10 years, Kelly Pearce, 40, had been out drinking all day before the horrifying crash in Hewas Water, near Truro, Cornwall.

Toddler Julen Rosello fell down the deep well on a countryside property near Malaga, on Spain's Costa del Sol, at 2pm on Sunday. His father spoke of the helpless moment he watched his son vanish.

Kate Middleton visits Royal Opera House's costume department

The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived at the Costume Department at The Royal Opera House to learn more about their use of textiles, commissioning of fabrics and supply chain. The visit will allow Her Royal Highness to find out more about the scale of the department's work and how different textiles influence various costumes.

The 37-year-old Ugandan woman, and a Ghanaian man aged 43, got a 'witch' to help them carry out the surgery at a filthy flat in east London, the Old Bailey heard.

NEW Andrew Hill (pictured) went ahead with a stunt despite not reaching the required height, leading to a crash which killed 11 people in Shoreham, West Sussex, the Old Bailey heard today.

Amazon's Alexa smart assistant has been down for users in the UK, US and Europe since early this morning, according to hundreds of reports from frustrated customers.

Tobi Adegboyega, the extrovert pastor cousin of British Star Wars actor John Boyega is upsetting his well-heeled neighbours in posh Surrey who claim he hosts parties with loud music and drives fast cars

Hero SAS soldier ran into Kenyan hotel and exchanged fire with Islamist terrorists slaughtering guests and helped free survivors

The British SAS soldier was reportedly in Nairobi to train Kenyan Special Forces when four terrorists attacked a luxury hotel complex in the city and he stepped in to help. Tuesday's terror attack at a hotel and office complex in Nairobi saw four gunmen kill 14 people, including a British man and an American woman, after detonating car bombs outside.

The once party-loving, beer-swilling prince (pictured in Nepal) has been replaced by a clean-living, snappy dresser who, as we learned this week, practises yoga and meditation.

Dr Siradzh Mokhammad, 46, was 'ranting and raving' when he learnt there was no parking spaces available for him at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, it was claimed.

Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada eats bacon for the first time

EXCLUSIVE: Rahaf Mohammed, who has renounced her last name al-Qunun after her family disowned her, could not contain her joy as she tried bacon for the first time in her new home in Canada. The 18-year-old posted a picture of her breakfast accompanied with bacon and heart-emojis and a Canadian flag. She also posted a picture of herself enjoying a Starbucks coffee in a knee-length dress - far from the covering outfits women are forced to wear in Saudi Arabia.

Stress has become a buzzword to describe many aspects of modern British life: the difficulties we encounter, and our responses to those difficulties.

The M11 was shut in both directions during rush hour following the smash between junction eight for Stansted and seven for Harlow in Essex at about 5am this morning.

Baillie Blomeley (pictured, now 19) was just four when Simon Holmes, of Stockport, Greater Manchester, molested him while the victim's mother was out buying breakfast on the Greek island.

Man compared to stalker from Netflix thriller YOU after tracking down the number of a

Lynda, 20, from Worcestershire shared images online of a text exchange and has been inundated with replies from Twitter users sharing their concern at the invasive messages. The student said she was 'creeped out' by the first  unsolicited text, which read: 'Yo it's me Josh from the train the other day.' Since posting the images online, many have compared it to the plot of Netflix's YOU.

Snow in Scotland as icy air sweeps in from the north

The Met Office has issued an ice warning covering the whole of Britain from 10pm tonight until 11am tomorrow as a blast of Arctic air sweeps across the country, bringing frost and snow. The worst affected areas will be in Scotland, where snow has already been settling across the Western Isles, and forecasters expect up to 1.6in (4cm) over the Highlands and Grampians within a 24-hour period. The Met Office said some roads and railways are likely to be affected with longer journey times expected by bus and train, while some people could suffer injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces. Temperatures will to plunge in the wake of a weather front bringing rain to many areas today. Pictured today: Snow at Stornoway Airport (left), Lochs on the Isle of Lewis (top right), Tarbert on the Isle of Harris (bottom right) and the Met Office weather warnings (inset).

Aparecida Schunk, 69, was snatched from her home in Sao Paolo in July 2016 after men posing as delivery drivers knocked on her front door before hitting her over the head and bundling her into a car.

John Davison, 38, from Gateshead, sent the video of his former lover to the woman's employer. He said he was so intoxicated on vodka and sleeping pills he has no recollection of doing so.

John McDonnell says Labour won't back a second referendum for WEEKS

John McDonnell (inset right) insisted today Labour will keep trying to force a general election if its no confidence motion fails tonight and could swerve backing a second referendum for 'weeks'. The shadow chancellor hesitation came despite 71 Labour MPs going public with a demand for the policy shift as soon as today if Theresa May wins later. Around 45 Labour MPs gathered outside Parliament this morning to launch their new campaign, holding a banner (inset left) reading: 'Labour MPs, MEPs, conference and members agree - The people should have the final say.' Mr McDonnell said Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn (main image leaving home today) would follow the plan set out at the party conference in September. He said under that plan 'we will keep the option on the table of another public vote' but warned Mr Corbyn still believed he could pursue his own Brexit ideas.

'Don't call people from the Valleys turkeys!' Two Welsh men get into a VERY heated row over Brexit during epic TV interview

Viewers have said the row in Pontyclun, South Wales, epitomises the split across Britain over leaving the EU and having a second referendum. In Wales, 52.5 per cent voted to leave and 47.5 per cent voted to stay and the BBC went to Rhondda to gauge how voters have reacted to Theresa May's Commons defeat. The Remain supporter (right) said the decision to vote leave was just 'like Turkeys voting for Christmas' because 'people who live in the Valleys are getting more from the EU than anybody else.' The ardent leaver (left) then shot back: 'Don't call people from the Valleys turkeys. I'm a Valley boy'. He added there should be 'no fear' of leaving without a deal on March 29 because 'this country fought a world war. We raised from the ashes'.

The sterling tanked to a near two-year low soon after the Government's proposal on leaving the European Union was soundly beaten last night, but soon bounced back.

David Cameron says he regrets the 'difficulties and problems' caused by losing the Brexit referendum - but STILL insists he was right to call it

David Cameron spoke out as Theresa May faces a fight for survival after the deal she thrashed out with the EU was brutally rejected by MPs. Mrs May has been left scrambling to find a way through the deepening deadlock in Parliament and with the EU. At the same she must fend off a no-confidence vote from Jeremy Corbyn today as he tries to force a general election.

Theresa May's historic Commons defeat over her Brexit deal has made the front pages across the world, with international press branding the vote 'chaos', 'self-harm' and simply 'Brexs**t'.

SIMON WALTERS: I was in the Commons press gallery on the night of March 28, 1979, when James Callaghan's Labour government collapsed as it lost a no confidence vote called by the Tories.

'Think of a number between P44 and P46': Twitter pokes fun at Theresa May's heavy Brexit defeat as hilarious memes flood the internet ahead of no confidence vote

The internet has ruthlessly mocked Theresa May following her remarkable Commons defeat last night where more than 400 MPs voted against her Brexit package. Hundreds of Twitter users were able to see the funny side of the historical defeat and the Prime Minister's subsequent no confidence vote in her leadership. One tweet (left) showed Theresa May mocked up as Del Boy and Michael Gove as Trigger from Only Fools and Horses. As it recreates the famous scene where Del Boy falls through the bar, May can be heard saying before toppling over:' The British people want a good deal that sets us on course for a brighter future. That deal is within our grasp.' Others showed her meeting the Queen asking for her P45 (bottom right) and another showed her mocked up as a cricketer and getting bowled out (top, right) Another appeared to show a man vacuuming flames. (top, left)

Piers Morgan and Gary Lineker's Twitter battle continued after the Good Morning Britain host told the ex England striker 'You flog crisps to kids when Britain has the worst child obesity rates in Europe'.

Made with bottled water, the tea had double antioxidants, according to a study by researchers at Cornell University. But when made with tap water, participants thought the tea tasted sweeter.

Anna Smith, 24,(pictured) and her 10 friends were planning on a relaxing holiday in picturesque Sorrento, Italy, and found a perfect looking villa while searching online.

UK singles can now pay to browse photos of potential sperm donors as adults for first time - in order to get best-looking babies. The world's largest sperm bank, Cyros, say demand has since soared.

Photo series 'Last Moments' shows owners during pet's final moments

The series of heart-breaking photos exploring the intimacy of the human-animal bond, specifically at the end of a pet's life, shows owners at their most vulnerable during their last moments with their pets. Taken over the course of a year in 2017 to 2018, the photographs were made with the co-operation of the pet owners in the Tampa bay area of Florida and an at-home pet euthanasia service. Photographer Ross Taylor 's inspiration came after being 'profoundly moved' by seeing a friend struggle with the deterioration of her own pet's health and the decision of using euthanasia. Denver-based Taylor, a freelance photographer and filmmaker, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for this collection of moving images.

Last year, Virginia Tapscott, 28, from New South Wales made the controversial decision to stop using toileteries on both herself and her children as she was concerned over 'toxic' chemicals.

Ewan McGregor's model daughter, 22, brands him an 'a**hole man who left her goddess of a

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Ewan McGregor's acrimonious divorce from his French wife, Eve Mavrakis (pictured), has taken an unexpected turn as his daughter, Clara, launches a virulent attack on the Trainspotting star (he is pictured inset with his former wife Eve). It is the first time the 22-year-old model has explicitly lashed out against her father since he left her mother after 22 years of marriage for his Fargo co-star, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, 34, in 2017. On holiday with her mother and sister Esther, 17, Clara posted a beach snap of Eve in a bikini looking markedly younger than her 52 years. 'My mother, ladies & gentlemen,' she wrote, adding pointedly: '50 is the new 30 apparently.'

Andy Murray shirtless as he relaxes in the sun with his mother Judy

He left the Australian Open in spectacular fashion after announcing that the match may well be his last due to an ongoing hip problem. And Andy Murray took some well-earned time off following the competition, as he spent time with his mother Judy in the Melbourne sunshine on Wednesday. The two-time Wimbledon champion, 31, went topless as they soaked up the sun on the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne's central business district.

Warren Clark, 34, left the US to join ISIS in 2015, and while in Iraq and Syria claims to have witnessed beheadings which never bothered him because his home state on Texas also executes people.

Armin Alibai , 21, is suspected of being an ISIS supporter and was in possession of a cache of weapons and explosives upon his arrest in the Serbian city of Novi Pazar, according to reports .

Paedophile is jailed after his newlywed wife checked his phone and found child abuse

Horrified Michelle Power (pictured left) was devastated after snooping through the phone of James Wright, 58, (pictured inset) to find hundreds of indecent images of children. The 47-year-old says she decided to check her husband's phone after he went off sex shortly after their marriage - and became suspicious he was messaging other women. But discovered Wright's twisted stash of sex abuse images - with pictures of children as young as three months old. She decided to go to the police and her husband was jailed for two years for having the indecent images. Michelle said: 'I began to suspect he was cheating on me. Then I became extra-suspicious when he spent every spare second on his phone. 'He was literally glued to his screen. If I asked him what he was doing he'd just huff and say he was on Facebook. He always looked guilty and would turn it off when I appeared in the room.' Michelle told how the couple had married in 2013 but sex between them quickly fizzled out after their dream wedding on the Greek island of Zante (pictured right).

Holly Chapman, 28, claims she and her daughter Autumn were told they could not board the bus at Thetford, Norfolk, with the scooter (pictured) as it was dangerous to other passengers.

Michael Forrest, 63, disappeared in December 2010 after getting the bus from his Chelmsford home to the Thurrock shopping centre. A huge missing persons search failed to find him.

Woman accused of running brothel in real-life Vicar of Dibley village slams 'malicious

Beth Roulston (left) was accused in a parish council meeting of running a brothel and drugs den from her one bedroom bungalow in the picturesque village of Marston Magna, Somerset. A neighbour complained that Ms Roulston, 45, had become 'very busy' recently and that lots of men had called at her bungalow, with some carrying flowers and deodorant. But the former Royal Navy Engineer, a mother-of-one, who moved to the Vicar of Dibley-style village (right and inset) from Kent five years ago, says the claims are 'ridiculous' She blamed the 'malicious gossip' on rumours spread by neighbours who don't like her. Ms Roulston said she didn't take drugs and lived quietly in the village with her cat

Ten fire engines and around 70 firefighters have been called to a fire at a shop which has flats above in Walworth, south-east London this morning.

Both animals, either common or grey seals, were found by boatman Tony Haggis, 67, washed up on the mudbanks of an backwater in Essex.

DNA home testing kits can show you where you came from for just £50

By paying a DNA-testing clinic £50 it is possible to find out who each of us is, and is not, related to. Experts estimate that up to 2.6 million people in the UK believe one of their parents isn't related to them. The implications of this are huge, both on a personal and societal level. Nicki Field (left, with her mother and stepfather and, inset left, today) discovered when she was 13 that the man she believed was her father was not. Kirsty Ward (right, aged 14 and, inset right, now) had her life ripped apart by a DNA test. It revealed that her dad had fathered a baby with her 19-year-old cousin. Richard Mason (inset centre with his sons) co-founder of comparison website Moneysupermarket.com recently revealed he had been left 'in pieces' after discovering the three boys were not biologically his.

A British mother who says she paid almost double the cost of her meal when dining with in-laws because of how the bill was split took to Mumsnet to ask others if she was right to feel cheated.

New research from Money Guru names management consulting firm Accenture and e-tailer Etsy among the top employers with some offering up to nine weeks' full pay for new mums.

Can they sink any lower? Brazen moment British 'gypsy' children 'who left trail of destruction' across New Zealand 'stole a CHRISTMAS TREE from a petrol station' - as their mum admits making off with Red Bull, rope and sunglasses

Two children among a group of British travellers causing chaos in New Zealand have been caught on CCTV stealing a Christmas tree from a service station. The footage obtained by Daily Mail Australia shows two women dressed in pink and yellow and two children dressed in green enter the Caltex store in Albany, north of Auckland on 7 December.  A man in red baseball cap enters at the same time but he is not part of the group. 

Harry Redknapp property firm's plans to evict 28 homeless people for new hotel

NEW The former footballer manager's development company has submitted a planning application to turn the Belgravia Hotel in Bournemouth, Dorset, into 14 apartments. The building ceased being used as a hotel in 1992 and since then an elderly couple have run it as a bedsit for 28 vulnerable homeless people. Should the plans, which includes five mew-style homes on the site, get the go-ahead, those living in the hotel (shown right) would be evicted. The proposal (inset) has already been rejected on two occasions by the local council, with an application for 21 flats turned down in December. Pierfront Developments, of which Mr Redknapp and his wife Sandra (pictured on Tuesday, left) are directors, bought the property in 2016 for £1.25million.

Victims testifying in Sir Brian Langstaff's public inquiry into the UK's contaminated blood scandal will be allowed to hide their identity after they were infected with viruses by the NHS.

JANET STREET-PORTER: We've no right to judge Serena Williams

Almost two years ago, I posed for Bryan Adams in a one piece swimsuit for a Body Confidence campaign (inset), encouraging women to be proud of their physique, no matter what shape they were in writes JANET STREET-PORTER. I cannot imagine what life is like for top athletes and sportswomen, filmed every day doing their job in extreme close-up. Two years ago, Serena Williams won the Australian Open when pregnant with her daughter Olympia, who is now one, and cute as anything. That was an astonishing achievement. Now, she's back to try and add the title to the 23 Grand Slams she's already scored - and, being Serena - making headlines for a heap of reasons nothing to do with hitting a ball. This week, she sported a skin tight green body suit (pictured, centre, at the Australian Open) especially made by Nike, which drew a mixture of admiration and outright nastiness online. She is also pictured at the French Open in Paris last June (left) and the US Open in New York last September (right).

Snowdrops blooming ahead of schedule are among the signs of an early spring (Ben Birchall/PA)

Mild November and December saw Christmas Day butterflies and Boxing Day bumblebees as well as plants flowering months early.

NEW Holidays on the slopes can lead to muscle strains and inflammation for many. London-based osteopath Michael Fatica has provided his tricks to reduce injury.

NEW Julie Myers, 57, left Graham Slade permanently scarred by the acid attack which she carried out after they met at a country pub in Sarratt, Hertfordshire, to settle their finances.

Drunk man, 54, who vandalised town's cenotaph then hurled FIFTY poppy wreaths into a road after downing a bottle of vodka is jailed for eight weeks 

Ashwani Kumar, 54, downed most of a bottle of vodka before stumbling to the war memorial and hurling 50 poppy wreaths into the road. He said he couldn't remember the incident but admitted his offence when police showed him the CCTV, He said he had lived in Britain for 34 years and would visit memorials to pay his respects. The court heard he normally received medication for a mental health issue, but had not been able to get his prescription when he was released from prison on Friday.

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe has advised Catholics displaying symptoms of the flu to watch Sunday Mass on their TV. Soap or anti-bacterial gel should be used during church ceremonies.

A report by Open Doors, a Dutch charity that supports persecuted Christians showed that in total, 245 million faced violence or oppression in 2018, with 73 countries listed as danger zones for Christians.

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'My father took my property!': Furious US teenage girl reports her dad to police after he confiscates her £620 phone as punishment (but they have NO sympathy)

Bodycam footage shows the moment officers in South Euclid, Ohio, responded to the 911 call made by the teen, who told dispatchers: 'My father took my property, which is an $800 phone that doesn't belong to him. He didn't buy it.' The father, Anthony Robertson, and his daughter were both sitting outside the home when officers arrived on Saturday afternoon. The father explains: 'I took her phone because she's a juvenile, and I don't want her to have it. I can't inspect it, because the phone is locked, so I took it away.'

The seven-year-old girl is believed to have been abducted from her home in Amer, outside the city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, northern India, and then sexually assaulted before being strangled to death.

This is the shocking moment four homeless men target a man following a night out in Manchester City Centre during the early hours of the morning to steal his phone and wallet.

Jayme Closs was able to break free from Jake Patterson's cabin in Gordon, Wisconsin on January 10 when he went to go visit his mother Deborah Frey at her house an hour away.

YouTube made clear that its updated policies ban pranks that trick people into thinking they are in danger

The Google-owned video platform said that while it is a home for light-hearted prank videos, it wanted to reinforce that any stunts that place people in danger are against site policy.

Australian life coach and nutritionist Fiona Kane has revealed how its possible to give your life a healthy overhaul in just 24 hours. She reveals the routines, habits and behaviours you need to embrace.

Insurers are so desperate to beat their rivals by a few pennies so they appear at the top of comparison websites that they now offer cover for as little as £4.59 for a single trip.

The FTSE 100 firm made around £1.1bn in 2018 as it cashed in on the taxpayer-funded Help To Buy scheme. That is up from £966m the previous year and comes after sales reached £3.5bn.

Heartbreaking moment 11 cats left to die in a sealed box and dumped in an alleyway by an evil owner are rescued by animal welfare officers

NEW The 11 cats which were rescued from the sealed box in Stratford, east London by the Celia Hammond Animal Trust only had less than two hours to live before they would suffocate. The owner dumped the box with no air holes in an alleyway, leaving the cats to die. The charity said their vets believe the air would have run out within two hours if they had not been rescued.

It's a bad week for men. The APA has condemned traditional masculinity as 'harmful' and stated that traits like competitiveness, achievement, 'adventure and risk are bad. What a load of PC-crazed bilge.

Director Kim Gehrig, of London, is behind the razor firm's controversial ad, along with Somesuch of LA, whose founder dislikes Trump. The have previously advertised bras, Uber, Gap and Audi.

Russian specialists lost connection with the Spektr-R satellite telescope last Friday but the craft, which was launched from Kazakhstan in 2011, is still transmitting data.

Robert Hathaway was found lying in a pool of blood by a neighbour at his residence in Piat, Grand Riviere, where he had lived for 18 years.

Mark Adams, 56, who worked at Number 10 as private secretary for six years in the 1990s, suffered a 'remarkable fall from grace' after he was found guilty of rape and jailed for seven years.

Rebecca Henderson, 24, is one of only two people in the UK who has a 7kg portable 'heart'. She has returned to St Anne's College at Oxford where she is working for her masters.

High streets today are full of coffee shops, and almost every one has a loyalty scheme. But while some entitle you to a free cappuccino after spending just £7, others require you to fork out at least £55.

'One of the best days of our lives': Baby girl breaks into infectious laughter after hearing her sister's voice for the very first time 

This is the heartwarming moment baby Scarlet, who was born three months early, looks at her sister Halie in amazement as soon as the device is fitted to her ear at Atlanta Hearing Associates in Milledgeville, Georgia. The baby begins to giggle hysterically when she hears her sister saying hello to her and the laughter continues as she listens to her mother and sisters voices talking to her.

Stella Brown, from Leicester, suffers from a condition called achalasia, which leaves her in constant pain, unable to swallow properly, and causes her to be sick up to 20 times a day.

The Foreign Secretary summoned Hamid Baeidinejad to his London office on Monday to complain about a lack of medical treatment for Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe (pictured), 41.

Udodiri Okpara (pictured) stuffed his hand down the young nurse's trousers at the Cardiff hospital as he held her from behind and when she begged him to stop he replied: 'Please, just a little longer.'

Nashville couple with 35-year age gap reveal they kept their relationship secret for THREE

Cheyenne Baker, 22, and James Hines, 58, now live together in Nashville, Tennessee, five years after they first met on a dating app. The pair have never had any negative comments - and James was even high-fived by a stranger over the relationship. She said she was first attracted to James for his 'dorkiness'. Right: The couple in Star Trek outfits.

Stockholm Precision Tools AB (SPT) has become the latest private sector firm to be called upon in the ongoing bid to reach little Julen on Spain 's Costa del Sol.

Michiel, 20, and Amber, 12, Vandeweert, of Diepenbeek, Belgium, suffer from progeria. Two of just 155 known cases, they both experience problems with their bones, teeth and hair.

Experts from the University of Leeds used a climate model to determine what would happen to global temperature rise if CO² emissions were phased out from the end of 2018.

Following the release of figures showing there had been a 9 per cent increase in gun license application in 2017, leading politicians expressed concern at the increased potential for deadly shootings.

Decades of soaring house prices, economic growth and golden final salary pensions mean that 20 per cent of over 65s have a wealth of £1million or more in real terms, up from just 7 per cent in 2006.

Mike Jacobs, 61, recorded Stay at a studio in Stoke Newington after he was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer and given just nine months to live in 2017.

Mum's 'ingenious' potty training hack goes viral as she covers ENTIRE floor in

Shona McLoughlin, 31, from Preston started potty training her 26-month-old daughter Erin Rose (insert). Determined to limit the consequences of any 'accidents', Shona and her partner Edward, 31, created a 'wee-proof' area in their home, fenced off with baby gates. The photos were posted on social media and 28,000 people have now shared the post.

Alexandra Wall, 33, of south-west London, was diagnosed with Brugada syndrome decades after the ordeal when she saw a cardiologist while battling Lyme disease.

Labrador Whisky arrived in Orkney after anti-drugs campaigners raised £105,000 to fund him, and on his first visit he helped find a stash of herbal cannabis. But now he is having to retire.

Ian Clowes, 67, suffered serious injuries in the explosion in Poole, Dorset, and spent several weeks recovering in hospital. His wife, who was in her flat at the time, escaped with minor injuries.

Inside Michael Owen’s home: Footballer's £4m mansion boasts indoor pool, putting green and

He made a small fortune during his successful football career and is said to be worth $68 million.  And it seems Michael Owen used his cash wisely as fans were given a glimpse into the 39-year-old retired sport star's lavish family home in the Welsh countryside during an episode of ITV's Through the Keyhole. Keith Lemon took viewers on a tour of the £4 million mansion, which Michael purchased back in 2001 and lives in with wife Louise Bonsall and their children: Gemma, 15, James, 12, Emily, 11, and Jessica, eight. 

Hundreds of vulnerable boys and girls have been groomed by gangs based in Britain's biggest cities to carry cocaine and heroin (stock photo) to small market towns and seaside resorts.

Sue Bennett, 45, had 'written goodbye letters' to her children before she received a liver transplant using the new machines after death of Sharron Jones' 24-year-old daughter Amy.

SARAH VINE: The 'sandwich generation', with dependent children on one side and ageing parents on the other, often experience ill health due to the pressure, according to Britain's statistics office.

London's eccentric street life of the 1920s is revealed in intimate portraits 

Remarkable photographs of London in the roaring twenties offer a fascinating glimpse into lives of the eccentric workers who used to roam the streets of the capital. The images show what was known as a cats' meat man (left) touring the terraces as he offers food deemed unfit for human consumption to felines, as well as a knife grinder (centre) who sits ready to sharpen blades with his pedal-powered grindstone. Also pictured is the human alarm clock Mary Smith (right), who fires peas at workers' windows in her role as a knocker-upper. Although alarm clocks existed in the twenties, people like Mary were kept in a job due to the unreliable nature of the expensive devices. The stunning collections also tracks the work of chimney sweeps (inset) and a Pearly Queen mother with her Pearly King son.

There was one more working day in 2018 than there was in 2017 which may have kept the German economy - by 0.1% - above a technical recession, after its worst growth in five years.

Promise Moyo, 46, was caught with the drink when stopped by police after worried members of the public reported a Hyundai i40 car being driven erratically in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Microsoft will end support for Windows 7 worldwide this time next year leaving those who don't upgrade at risk of viruses. The company will allow businesses to pay a hefty price for extended support.

The new Nike Adapt BB will initially go on sale only in the US for $350 dollars (£272) on February 17th - although they are expected to sell out instantly.

Martial arts 'master' is knocked out by an MMA fighter who vows to fight 'fake kung fu' in the 'battle of the century'

A Chinese kung fu practitioner who taunted an MMA fighter and dared him to a duel has been battered by his opponent during a fight that was watched by millions. Tian Ye, 54, was knocked out in what was branded as the 'battle of the century' by 40-year-old Xu Xiaodong, who pledges to expose fake Chinese martial arts masters. Xu, a highly controversial figure in China, has defeated two so-called kung fu experts in the past two years, sparking intense debate over the value of the traditional sport.

County Galway-based Supermac's challenged the worldwide burger chain to cancel the use of the Big Mac and Mc trademarks. Supermac's will now be able to expand their stores into Europe.

In a major breakthrough for our Stop The Bank Scammers campaign, we have discovered that customers tricked into handing over their life savings are now winning compensation.

Camilla Duchess of Cornwall visits the University of Aberdeen

NEW The Duchess of Cornwall, 71, turned to an old favourite in the form of an understated grey ensemble with a tartan trim for her visit to the University of Aberdeen on Wednesday. Known as the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, she later changed into a black and gold ceremonial robe (right) for the ceremony at Elphinstone Hall, King's College.

A new Kansas study claims energetic particles from an exploding star, known as muons, may have contributed to the extinction of the prehistoric monster shark megalodon.

The pool, which is set to open in April at the holiday camp in West Sussex, will accommodate almost 1,000 guests and will have unique seaside and fairground-themed rides as well as a wave pool.

There were 148 inmates for every 100,000 people in Wales, official sentencing data reveals - just higher than England, with an incarceration rate of 141 per 100,000.

Horrifying moment 4x4 driver plows into group of fleeing teenagers and hits one who miraculously runs off despite being thrown in the air 

Police are hunting a hit-and-run driver who attempted to mow down a group of teenagers after chasing them onto the pavement with his pick up truck in Portland, Oregon. The shocking footage was captured by CCTV cameras on Javier Gonzales' house. He said he was shocked when he reviewed the footage. Police said they are looking for the driver of the silver or grey pick up truck.

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Romantic boyfriends surprise proposal to partner  during metal detecting outing 

Jamille Swainson, 31, from Wendover, Buckinghamshire, proposed to girlfriend Harriet Haseler, 30, when she found the sapphire and diamond ring (inset), which he had buried, in the grounds of a field. Harriet thought it was just an activities day and was speechless after the proposal (right).

Briefs encounter: The night the MEN rolled up their sleeves and did the laundry in 1946

Newly unearthed photographs from 1946 show a 'Men Only' night in a laundry in Holborn, in London. The men are stripped to the waist washing, steaming, drying, scrubbing, ironing and even darning garments. Laundry may have been considered women's work in the 1940s but these bachelors rolled up their sleeves. Many would have been recently demobbed soldiers, used to washing and pressing their WWII uniforms.

   

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The weeks-old female Asiatic black bears were rescued on January 9. They weighed just 2lbs each and were likely going to grow up in captivity. Illegal farms in some parts of Asia harvest the bears' bile for certain medicines. The pair are now being cared for by the charity Four Paws at their vet clinic. They are fed every three hours on specially-prepared milk that includes probiotics and vitamins.

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Udderly ridiculous! Shocking footage shows cows being forced to jump through fire during Hindu harvest festival to promote good luck

This is the horrific moment Indian worshipers force cows to jump through a line of fire as part of a religious festival in Karnataka in the south of the country to celebrate the spring harvest. According to organisers, the festival is supposed to bring good fortune and protect livestock and crops from harm over the coming year.

   

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