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Biographer A. N. WILSON writes that for first time in generations, the Queen lacks a wise

A. N. WILSON: Some of the Royal Family’s calamities in 2019 can be put down to bad luck; others to poor judgment. But at least one, however, is of such seriousness that, if it continues, I believe it could threaten the monarchy itself. I mean, of course, the Duke of York’s association with the sex criminal and paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who committed suicide in a New York jail in the summer. The damage done to ‘the Firm’ by the Duke’s disastrous interview on the BBC with Emily Maitlis cannot be underestimated. Pictured clockwise from top left: Prince Philip's car crash, Harry and Meghan in an unwise ITV documentary, The Duke Of York with BBC interviewer Emily Maitlis and Zara and Mike Tindal with millionaire Johnny Hon. 

Grace Millane was a member of BDSM dating sites, jury hears

Grace Millane belonged to BDSM dating sites and asked a former partner to choke her in bed, a jury heard today. A statement from Grace's ex-boyfriend given to police revealed he and the 22-year-old university graduate from Essex used a system of safe words and signals to make sure she was never in danger during the BDSM sessions. The statement was read to the jury on Monday at the trial of a 27-year-old New Zealand man accused of strangling Grace to death at the end of a Tinder date. The defendant, who also cannot be named for legal reasons, claims Grace died accidentally during consensual sex at his apartment in Auckland last December, and insists she asked him to put his hands on her neck during intercourse. The trial also heard statements today from police that they had traced messages sent from Grace on two BDSM dating sites, called Whiplr and FetLife (inset). 

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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: She led an extraordinary life, marrying two earls and a count - and, along the way, became stepmother to Diana, Princess of Wales.

NEW Sir David Attenborough, 93, explained that while he is not a strict vegetarian because he still eats fish, he 'cannot remember the last time he had a piece of red meat.'

Kate Middleton and Prince William grin and share a joke at Royal Variety Performance

It's the third time Kate Middleton and Prince William, both 37, have attended the spectacular Royal Variety Performance, which takes place every year, either in London or in a theatre around the UK. Kate (top-left) looked stunning in a floor-length black lace overlay Alexander McQueen gown and wore her glossy locks in loose curls. The royal couple, (top-right, and leaving the show, bottom-left), greeted a number of performers (inset and bottom-centre) as well as celebrities including Robbie Williams (bottom-right). They spoke with executives from the Royal Variety Charity and ITV, both before and after the show, which was held at the London Palladium theatre. The event is in aid of the Royal Variety Charity, formally known as The Entertainment Artistes' Benevolent Fund, of which The Queen is Patron. 

Sai Aletaha suffered a brain injury during the fight at Central Hall in Southampton on Saturday night and was left in a critical state which she did not recover from.

Prince Andrew out in cold: Businesses including KPMG and Aon distance themselves from the

A string of major companies are examining their links to the Duke of York amid the backlash over his answers to questions about his relationship with paedophile Epstein. KPMG did not renew its sponsorship of Prince Andrew's Pitch@Palace initiative and insurance giant Aon demanded its name be removed from the scheme's website (inset, the prince addressing a Pitch@Palace meeting). Meanwhile, Astrazeneca is considering its relationship with the prince after his Newsnight interview (right) on billionaire Epstein, who killed himself in jail. During the talk with Emily Maitlis, the Duke denied that he was a partying prince despite him being pictured with models and socialites over the years (left, Andrew in Phuket with supermodel Normandie White).

Virginia Roberts(pictured) says that Jeffrey Epstein brought her from the US to London when she was 17 years old and that she then had sex with Prince Andrew.

Two guards who were on duty when convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein took his own life in a Manhattan prison cell are expected to face criminal charges for falsifying jail records.

RICHARD KAY asks if now is the time for Prince Charles' plan of streamlined monarchy?

RICHARD KAY: Prince Charles has made no secret that when he comes to the throne he foresees a slimmed down monarchy with fewer members. Charles started a six-day royal tour at the weekend . And It was not just that the debacle was drowning out the Prince's own royal duties but that Charles was in New Zealand (left), which has one of the most vocal republican movements in the Commonwealth. Prince Andrew and Prince Charles at Sandringham for the Christmas Day church service (right). Meanwhile the Queen cut a sombre figure during a morning horse ride at Windsor Castle (inset).

This was the most excruciating thing I have ever seen on TV, even eclipsing President Clinton telling the American people: 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.'

Friends of the duchess (pictured with Andrew at Ascot) said she was shocked to return to the UK from an overseas trip to find that the BBC interview went ahead.

Rohan Silva (pictured), who worked for David Cameron, has blasted the Duke of York and said he was left 'reeling at the prince's use of language' in meetings in 2011 and 2012.

New Jeffrey Epstein accuser who was 'assaulted by his female associate' says the financier used Prince Andrew as BAIT to get her to his private island when she was 15 - as she urges Duke to speak to the FBI

A woman who claims she was trafficked and abused by Jeffrey Epstein when she was 15 years old has launched legal proceedings against the wealthy paedophile’s estate. The women, who is named in court documents only as Jane Doe, alleges Epstein tried to lure her to his estate in the U.S. Virgin Islands by telling her Prince Andrew would be there. The victim says she was just 15 when a female associate of Epstein began grooming her for sex with Epstein by gifting her an iPod. The associate then sexually assaulted her before passing her off to the millionaire, it was reported. Though the duke has been accused of having sex with Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts at Epstein's island estate, there is no evidence that Prince Andrew would have been there when Jane Doe 15 was invited. The lawsuit is against Darren Indyke and Richard Kahn, the executors of Epstein's estate for undisclosed monetary damages. 

The socialite (pictured), 70, made the comments on Good Morning Britain while discussing Prince Andrew and his friendship with the paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.

The Lib Dem leader said the interview - which has since been described as a 'car crash' - failed to address the victims, who should have been the most important people in the conversation.

So much for family 'rule' cited by Prince Andrew that one parent was always at home

During his TV interview Prince Andrew said he and the duchess had a rule 'that when one is away the other is there' as part of his defence against the allegations that he danced with Virginia Roberts at Tramp nightclub. However, photographs and reports from the time, unearthed by the Daily Mail, show the duke and duchess broke this pact only four months earlier. Pictured: Sarah Ferguson in India on November 3, 2000. Inset: The duke in LA on November 4, 2000.

British Army major says he was stopped from probing 'cold blooded' shooting of three 'unarmed Afghans' by SAS men - as war crimes tribunal considers first-ever case against UK forces 

NEW Retired Major Chris Green, who was based near the Helmand Province village where three brothers were killed by British forces, says there was no evidence that they were Taliban members. He also said his attempts to investigate the incident were blocked and that he was barred from looking at footage of the raid and subsequent shooting. His claims are part of a BBC Panorama investigation which aired last night. The episode argued that killings of civilians during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan have been covered up by the state. The mother of the three men says that they were killed while they had their hands in the air.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Sultan Mohammed and Sabbah said Fazel, 20, and Naik, 17, were killed in a raid on Loy Bagh in 2012, with two other boys, 14 and 12, also being slain.

The 29-year-old pop megastar has been given the green light by both Big Machine and Dick Clark productions to perform Shake It Off among other signature tracks according to a statement Monday.

Researchers claim to have finally found an accurate way to calculate your dog's age in human years - and it's not as simple as just timing it by seven. It involves DNA clocks and natural logarithms.

A pharmaceutical version of ketamine called esketamine (brand name Spravato), is set to be approved as a wonder cure for people with depression so severe it may drive them to suicide.

Caitlyn Jenner, 70, strips down to black bikini to try out the jungle shower... after bursting into tears and considering QUITTING less than 24 hours into the series

It's been an eventful 24 hours in the jungle for Caitlyn Jenner. The reality star, 70, spent the early hours of her first morning having a cry, while her campmates still slept - before eventually trying out the jungle shower.

Fans of the show, presented by Ant and Dec, wrote that they were 'raging' as the Tweeted their anger at having to move from a comfy bed to a television in another room.

I'm A Celebrity's James Haskell, 34, left the girls swooning as he showcased his rippling muscles while taking the first jungle shower of the series, as it's said he eats 4,000 calories a day.

Dozens of babies and toddlers of jailed ISIS terror suspects are flown to Moscow

Russian authorities said the 32 toddlers had been held in Iraqi jails where their  m others are either serving out sentences or awaiting trial for membership of the Islamic State group. The health ministry said the children, who arrived in Moscow late Monday, were taken straight to a hospital for medical tests.

A brainteaser, created by Holland's Pies, challenges the nation to spot the onion amongst the pies - but will you beat the average time of 23 seconds?

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Lauren Robertson re-watched Disney favourites - accusing most of them of 'portraying racist and exaggerated stereotypes'. The student, who studies at Aberdeen University said they were 'dodgy'.

Fitness expert and personal trainer Rachael Attard has revealed how you can get rid of stubborn inner thigh fat by ditching carbs from your diet and avoiding squats at the gym.

Would we be better off working out indoors instead? Limiting time spent exercising on busy streets might be one way to reduce hair loss, according to research from South Korea.

Police identified infamous 'Beast of Wombwell' as 'likely suspect' in Elsie Frost's 1965

The inquest at Wakefield Coroner's Court heard that a file on Peter Pickering (right) - who was dubbed the 'Beast of Wombwell' - was sent to West Yorkshire from Scotland Yard but was returned after he couldn't be traced. Two months later, another man was charged with Elsie Frost's murder but was eventually cleared - leaving the case cold for nearly 50 years. Pickering was left free to go on to murder 14-year-old Shirley Boldy and kidnap and rape an 18-year-old woman in Barnsley in 1972. The new inquest into Elsie's death is being held after her brother and sister, Colin Frost (inset) and Anne Cleave, successfully campaigned for a fresh review.

John Tomlin ran up a bill of £12,000 at La Trelade Hotel in Guernsey, after he went there for two nights but ended up staying for four months. He lied to the owner about having £1m to help buy the hotel.

ASK THE GP: DR MARTIN SCURR: Oestrogen deficiency reduces collagen in the skin. These changes in menopause can cause excessive dryness and widespread itching.

HENRY DEEDES: Smiley Swinson gave the City fat cats the cheery nurse treatment

HENRY DEEDES: Liberal Democrats wow business community shocker. Not words you often read when the lentil-munching tendency goes-a-wooing the Savile Row-suited City fat cats. But that's what's happened when Jo Swinson (left) turned up in Docklands - along with Boris Johnson (right) and Jeremy Corbyn (centre) - to address the CBI, that occasionally whiney voice of British enterprise.

Boris Johnson plans to extend 'whole life' prison sentences to child killers to ensure 'life means life'. The Justice Secretary says it will end 'sickening injustice' of parents seeing their child's killer walk free.

Earlier this year, Jeremy Corbyn suggested Britain should consider paying reparations to its former colonies. Labour's manifesto will promise a review of the 'legacies of British imperial rule'.

The Tories said those who pay into pension schemes are set to lose an average of around £11,167 from their pension pots potentially forcing them to delay retirement by almost three-and-a-half years.

Why Prime Minister Boris Johnson really IS on an upward trend: Philip Cowley analyses the

Poll expert Philip Cowley has revealed that despite a margin of error of at least three per cent, Boris Johnson is still on an upward trend and is several points ahead of Labour.

Boris Johnson said that the Conservatives will hold corporation tax at 19 per cent, instead of slashing it by two per cent next April, at the Confederation of British Industry conference in London.

Boris Johnson has ditched the Tory party's pledge, made in 2015 and 2017, to give MPs a free vote on bringing back fox hunting. Meanwhile Labour is said to double wildlife crime officers.

How the far-Left's vile hate drove me from working for a Labour MP to standing as a Tory

Conservative candidate for Ashfield, Lee Anderson, has revealed that he switched from being a Labour councillor to a Conservative candidate after he faced abuse from the opposition for being a Brexiteer. Attacks on Mr Anderson came from Momentum activists that pulled up outside his house and a member of staff in Labour MP for Ashfield Gloria De Piero's office (Gloria is pictured left with Lee). The former miner worked in a Nottinghamshire coal pit in the 80s and 90s (inset) and said that many other miners also voted for Brexit. (Centre: Lee Anderson with Boris Johnson on the campaign trail).

The Labour leader was by the side of the stage at a London rally as Ishmail Patel spoke just feet away in newly discovered images from 2008.

Revealed: Dramatic moment girl scout Jodie Chesney's killers were arrested as judge unmasks baby-faced teenage murderer, 17, and jails the pair for life 

Jodie (inset) was listening to music with friends in a park in east London when she was knifed in the back amid a tit-for-tat battle between rival gangs. Dealer Svenson Ong-a-Kwie, 19, (top right) who delivered the fatal blow, was today jailed for life at the Old Bailey and ordered to serve at least 26 years behind bars. His 17-year-old 'runner' sidekick, who can today be named for the first time as Aaron Isaacs (bottom right), was handed an 18-year minimum prison term. Footage of the pair being arrested (left) and photos of two gruesome-looking knives found on the pair were released by police today.

At a recent private hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London, the judge concluded that the unnamed boy's life would probably be at risk if he did not undergo transfusions.

The man was treated in Aberdeen, Scotland, where doctors noticed swelling in his lungs on scans and the man revealed he had recently switched from synthetic to feather bedding.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Doctors from the Wuxi People's Hospital in Jiangsu, China, were filmed extracting the tar-stained lungs. The clip was shared online and viewed 25million times.

FILE - In this Dec. 20, 2018, file photo a woman buys refills for her Juul at a smoke shop in New York. California is suing the nation's biggest e-cigarette maker, alleging Juul Labs deliberately targeted teenagers with its early marketing campaigns. The lawsuit filed Monday, Nov. 18, 2019, by California's attorney general is the latest legal action against Juul. The company faces multiple state and federal investigations into whether its early marketing efforts helped spark the current vaping craze among underage users.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit against San Francisco-based Juul Labs on Monday over its marketing practices, making it the second state to make that claim.

Scientists hope the new technique, which limits this damage, will be available on the NHS within five years. Each year around 47,000 British men are diagnosed with prostate cancer.

In a recent study of 17 women, more than half experienced 'significant' hair regrowth within weeks of taking the drug, bicalutamide.

Photos of Seinfeld actor Charles Levin's car at death scene

DailyMailTV has obtained exclusive images of Charles Levin's Fiat showing scratches, dents and seen on its side near where he was found dead in July. Levin's orange Fiat car was found at the top of the ravine and contained the decomposed body of his pet pug, Boo Boo Bear. His smashed classes were seen on the on the forest floor near the wreck (top right). The Seinfeld actor is thought to have been attempting to make his way home via a backroad when he became lost and ended up on a dangerous mountain pass. Hunter Jes Smith, 36, told DailyMailTV, 'No local would go down there' as it's too dangerous to drive on. Julie Hatt, the last person to see Levin alive tells DailyMailTV, 'He was a really nice guy. He's always been nice to me and he didn't deserve this'.

Thomas Chesterton, 26, was on trial at Aberdeen Sheriff Court where the jury took around two hours to find him guilty of the 'disturbing' attack which involved presenting a knife and hammer at the victim.

Unlike other mechanical self-driving algorithms, the system from MIT's Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, uses social psychology to classify drivers as selfish or selfless.

Messenger, Facebook's app for direct messaging, appears to be the most affected with more than 8,000 reports of users experiencing issues in the UK and US on Monday night.

Grandparents who gambled lives to defy Nazis: Stars describe bravery of their wartime

Actresses Helena Bonham Carter (inset middle), Kristin Scott Thomas (inset bottom right), and Carey Mulligan (inset top right) star in the new documentary on Channel 4: My Grandparents' War. The series explores the wartime past of the celebrities' ancestors. Violet Bonham Carter (left). Helena Bonham Carter's grandfather Eduardo Propper de Callejón (middle). Royal Navy veteran: Kristin's grandfather William took part in eight Arctic Convoys (bottom right). Carey grandfather Denzil Booth served in the Royal Navy as a Radar officer in the final years of World War Two (top right).

Russian society beauties arrive for Tatler's Debutantes' Ball in Moscow

The daughters of Russia's most influential people dressed up to the nines in showstopping ensembles as they flaunted their wealth at the highly-anticipated annual event. Stepping out of their private cars, the glamorous debutantes joined their dashing dates as they made an incredible entrance into the grand hall of the luxurious Ritz-Carlton hotel. Pictured, Blogger Katya Adushkina (left) and an impressive group shot on their arrival at Moscow's Ritz Carlton hotel (right).

Regions where voters have neurotic personality traits were more likely to vote for Trump in the US or for the Brexit in the UK, as these campaigns used fear and worry as the main focus.

Researchers from the University of Leeds used the results of surveys completed by 1,496 people to find younger people tend to have larger but less satisfying social networks.

Yousef Makki killer, 18, asks for day release from jail

Joshua Molnar (bottom left; left, with his mother Stephanie; and right, outside court), 18, was cleared of the murder and manslaughter of Yousef Makki (bottom centre) after arguing that he stabbed his friend in self-defence in Hale Barns, Cheshire. But Molnar was sentenced to a 16-month detention training order for perverting the course of justice and possession of a knife following the stabbing on March 2. The family of Yousef - a scholarship pupil at the £13,000-a-year Manchester Grammar School - were told last week of fellow public schoolboy Molnar's application for day release from prison in time for Christmas.

The Conservative government has told the NHS to pick up the bill for doctors earning more than £110,000 in order to avoid them being stung by high taxes if they work extra shifts this winter.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei gave cautious backing to the government's plan to raise fuel prices in Iran by 50 per cent, a move which sparked mass protests at the weekend, while branding activists 'thugs'.

The chill blowing from the North Pole into the UK means areas of Britain are now colder than Helsinki in Finland, with Tulloch Bridge in Scotland recording an overnight temperature of -8.6C.

A 24-page leaked document from the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) revealed NHS England was short of lifesaving drugs for cancer, epilepsy and heart issues.

Glamorous hunter Rachel Carrie fights back at animal rights militants

Rachel Carrie (pictured), 35, has been censored for 'sensitive' snaps of the game she shoots, on Instagram. She says people are 'more extreme' for accusing her of 'bloodlust' and society is 'wrapping people in cotton wool' from the truth about where we source our food. So Rachel has taken it upon herself to educate and 'reconnect' us all to nature, the countryside and the animals that feed us, whatever the backlash may be. Which is why, from early next week, she will be erecting vast, billboard-sized images of a very pink-looking muntjac open sandwich all around the UK, to promote her cookbook.

Archaeologists unearthed 11 burials in South America, two of which were infants with 'helmets' made from the skulls of other children that may have been used to protect them from wild souls.

Carlos Abarca, who was until recently chief information officer at TSB, will be singled out for criticism in the investigation by law firm Slaughter & May.

UK shoppers will each spend £299 on presents, £143 on food and drink, £63 on socialising and £62 on travel. The total is 39 per cent more than the European average of £409.

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FEMAIL fact-checks just how accurate The Crown is

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Footage shows father-of-three Billy Perry, 46, practicing for the indoor sport using his children's heads, television and roof at home in Arrow, Oklahoma. In one clip he kicks an American football from underneath his son's head and the top of his daughter's while he is blindfolded. The father-of-three attempted the stunts as part of his training. Arena football is an indoor version of soccer that uses a smaller pitch to make the games faster.

   

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A child, seven, wrote a heartbreaking letter to Santa asking for a home and food for Christmas. The child posted the letter at the 'Santa postbox' at the L6 Community Centre in Everton, Liverpool.

Suspect jumps out of police station window still handcuffed to a radiator and lands on car before running away carrying the heater

A man has been filmed jumping from the first-floor window of a police station while handcuffed to a radiator, before running away. The shocking footage, taken on a smartphone, shows the suspect making his escape from a police station in St Petersburg, Russia. It is unclear whether the man has been re-captured by the authorities or why he had been taken to the police station.

   

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