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The Queen and Charles welcome world leaders for state dinner

The Queen welcomed world leaders to Buckingham Palace for a state dinner on Thursday evening. Her Majesty hosted the dinner, which was attended by several members of the royal family and heads of government, including Theresa May (left) and Justin Trudeau (right). The lavish dinner is ahead of anointing the Queen's successor on Friday, as she told foreign dignitaries earlier today of her 'sincere wish' that they pick Prince Charles (inset) to take over as leader of the Commonwealth. 

Dale Winton sold his £2.6m central London house just three weeks ago

Game show host Dale Winton, who was found dead at his home yesterday, had only moved in three weeks ago having traded his £2.6million Regent's Park apartment for the leafy north London suburb of Whetstone. Mr Winton, who had fought depression and had a secret health battle that kept him off screen for four years, cashed in his central London home and moved to the £3,000-a-month property in an affluent area of Barnet. The TV star moved on March 23 after 17 years there and was renting the 5-bedroom house nine miles away despite apparently living there alone.

Ex Ukip leader Nigel Farage insisted while his children value their German identity there were still British - and would support England in football.

Parents were incandescent with rage on social media today after Onslow St Audrey's School in Hatfield charged children for cups of tap water on the hottest April day for 70 years.

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The Bolton funnyman has revealed new episodes will air on May 7 and May 28. The show's return has been highly anticipated after Kay (pictured) cancelled his live tour suddenly in December.

Baby girl is suffocated in her sleep by a 3ft-tall teddy bear

Dexy Leigh Walsh (right) discovered 18-month-old Connie Rose's lifeless body in her bed with the giant teddy bear on top of her. Despite desperate efforts to revive her, the baby (left) was pronounced dead by paramedics who arrived at Miss Walsh's home in Dundee. The 23-year-old said she had stuffed a narrow gap between Connie Rose's bed and the wall with soft toys to stop her falling through and injuring herself. But when she entered the bedroom which the baby shared with her five-year-old sister Dior, she found her underneath the large, 3ft-tall teddy and no longer breathing.

UK Weather: Brits swelter on hottest April day since 1949

Britain is enjoying sizzling temperatures as high as 84F (28.9C) today – almost making it the hottest April day in nearly 70 years and as hot as Dubai. The South East of England will enjoy the hottest of the weather (top right), while most parts of England and Wales will bask in temperatures at least in the low 20s, the Met Office confirmed. There is a possibility than Northern Ireland will hit temperature of 66F (19C) while Scotland could hit 68F (20C). The temperatures far exceed the average for this time of the year, which is 53F (11.4C). The only time Britain was hotter in April was in Camden Square, London (pictured inset) in 1949, when the mercury reached 85F (29.4C). Meteorologist Alex Burkill said: 'There's a fairly good chance of 28C, there's about a 60% chance. A young woman is pictured sunbathing in her bikini on Bournemouth beach (bottom right).

If the mercury rises above 82.4F (28C), the Met Office said it would beat the 2001 April high of 82.04F (27.8C). The warmest April day on record was recorded in 1949 at 85F (29.4C).

Bake Off star Paul Hollywood's young lover breaks her silence

Paul Hollywood's young lover has broken her silence over her relationship with the Bake Off star to say their 30-year age gap doesn't worry her. Speaking for the first time of her love for the 52-year-old TV chef in an exclusive interview with MailOnline Summer Monteys-Fullam, 22, said: 'Last November I was emotionally drained - but now I'm loving life.' Summer, pictured today out food shopping in Canterbury, Kent, said she came into Hollywood's life after his 19-year marriage to wife Alexandra had already ended. Hollywood whisked her off on a romantic £1,000-a-night holiday in Mauritius last month (inset)

This tricky spelling test has left internet users from around the world scratching their heads. The multiple choice quiz asks players to choose the correct spelling from two possible answers.

Alex Rodriguez's nephew, Noberto Susini, 29, was kidnapped and held for ransom at a New York City hotel on Wednesday night after a $600,000 Lamborghini sale went south.

Hen party reveller Kate Walker, 31, from Bristol was given a £75 fine for dropping a cigarette butt down a drain when she couldn't see a dustbin in Brighton city centre on Saturday afternoon

Meghan wears Jackie O dress Commonwealth reception

A smitten Meghan opted for a dress named after the iconic First Lady as she joined her fiancé at a Commonwealth reception hosted by Boris Johnson (inset) at the Royal Aeronautical Society. The couple, who are due to tie the knot next month, are meeting representatives from charities and organisations working to promote global gender equality through girls' education - a cause close to Meghan's heart. Meghan, a passionate advocate for women’s rights and self-proclaimed feminist, looked chic in the £266 dress from little-known LA label Black Halo, teamed with a pair of pointed stilettos and delicate spiral diamond earrings from Canadian jeweller Birks.

Irene Hardman, 81, from Ruddington, Nottingham, gave Meghan and Prince Harry a bag of treats and local memorabilia when they visited her local city Nottingham on December 1 last year.

Queen anoints Charles as she tells world leaders that it is her 'sincere wish' for her son to become the next head of the Commonwealth in symbolic moment during lavish Buckingham Palace reception  

The Queen has told foreign dignitaries of her 'sincere wish' that they pick Prince Charles to take over as leader of the Commonwealth during a large summit at Buckingham Palace. Her majesty and heir to the throne (shown together, left) have welcomed heads of states to the palace for the formal opening of the two-day Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Addressing the assembled dignitaries inside the palace's ballroom, the Queen, who turns 92 on Saturday, said she hoped her son would be able to 'carry on the important work started by my father in 1949'. The position is not hereditary, but Prince Charles, who is also the heir to the thrones of 16 Commonwealth nations, is expected to get the nod, despite some unease among ardent republicans. Today's spectacle of pomp and pageantry was staged to welcome guests, with a guard of honour and flag bearers displaying the flags of the Commonwealth's 53 member states outside the palace grounds (shown inset, Prince Harry watches on as his grandmother makes a speech).

Janet Street Porter: Why should Prince Charles replace The Queen?

JANET STREET-PORTER: In 2018, the Commonwealth can't re-inforce the stereotype of a Regal head, someone who dishes out patronage and attends meaningless ceremonies and military events all over the world. The Commonwealth includes countries who still enforce the death penalty, who are not receptive to gay rights and who don't think women should be allowed abortions. Navigating all that and pushing for change requires diplomacy, tact, and people skills- something which the Queen possesses in spades. To succeed her, a career politician or a charismatic leader is required. The only downside? They might not own palaces, sycophantic staff or be able to afford champagne and swanky canapes. Is Prince Charles (shown left, on tour in Australia) truly the best candidate? He rarely looks at ease in these situations, his life has been spent waiting on the sidelines, being indulged and spoilt, and his relationship with his children has only recently improved.

Elon Musk is currently staying overnight at Tesla's factory in Freemont, California. The hard-working boss sent an-email to his employees revealing six tips to boost their productivity.

PR man's 'A Week in My Life' article on Prolific North goes viral

Dean Gallagher, 29, faced a barrage of ridicule online after his five day diary went viral, with many comparing him to fictional TV and radio presenter Alan Partridge. Mr Gallagher, a public relations associate director at Weber Shandwick Manchester, was teased for comments like 'Last thought of the day: Syria...' and 'The team are still buzzing from yesterday's results. Legends, one and all. Next.' Martin Walsh said: 'Are you sure this isn't really Dean Partridge? And user Will Orchard said: 'If Partridge were an agency director.'

The boy, known only as Emanuele, broke down in tears during a Q&A session with the pontiff who visited the St. Paul of the Cross parish on the outskirts of Rome on Sunday.

Almost everyone needs some sort of sexual activity to orgasm - but not all. Expert Dr Nikki Goldstein reveals some unusual ways people can reach that blissful state - without having sex.

Every year thousands of Norwegian high school graduates take part in the Russ celebrations that involve heavy drinking as well as sex and nudity themed challenges.

A tribunal heard Richard Pym, who practiced at the Church Lane Dental Practice, in Harpurhey, Manchester, met the woman online in March 2015.

Youths boarded a boat on the River Thames to launch a stabbing attack on Wednesday. It happened near Windsor Castle and left the victim, 25, in serious but stable condition.

Dale Winton's family album offers a glimpse into TV host's childhood 

These unseen family photos show Dale Winton before he was famous - including heartwarming snaps of him with his glamorous actress mother who committed suicide. In one photo (left), a young and happy Dale Winton, aged three, was pictured with his parents Gary and Sheree Winton before his life was touched by tragedy.

Ant McPartlin's estranged wife, 41, divulged she only saw the late Dale Winton last week following the sad news of his death on Wednesday.

This Morning has slammed hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield for their 'rushed' tribute to TV presenter Dale Winton.

Youtuber Okaylaaa's former home 'appalled' landlords

NEW Paul and Paula Hopwood revealed in Channel 5's Bad Tenants Rogue Landlords series that they had rented out their Prestwich home, just outside of Manchester, to beauty vlogger Okaylaaa aka Kayla Jenkins (right and inset). But they claim the 24-year-old, who has amassed over 600,000 subscribers to her channel and over 100,000 followers on Instagram, had racked up months of rent arrears leading the couple to go to court to get an eviction order. After Kayla left the property, the couple entered only to find that her glamorous online lifestyle was a far cry from the state of the home she was living in, leaving a soiled mattress (left), dog faeces, broken furniture, and bin bags piled up in the back garden.

The motion, tabled by Nicky Morgan (pictured) and others spells out the Remain belief that a customs union with the EU is the only way to protect existing UK-EU trade and keep open the Irish border.

Chiara Foglietta, from Turin, gave birth to a baby boy, Niccolo Pietro, last Friday after travelling to Denmark with partner Micaela Ghisleni last year to undergo artificial insemination treatment.

Researchers at Michigan Medicine found that obesity and a lack of exercise could be causing testosterone levels to fall in more men aged under 40, which could expose them to chronic illness.

Officials in India have taken the unusual step of administering a chemical through what looks like a saline drip to save a much-loved 700-year-old tree from being devoured by termites.

Terrified girl, 15, cowers behind a garden wall as she tries to escape gang of violent hooded thugs armed with baseball bats 

Shocking footage shows a 15-year-old girl hiding from a gang of eight men, some with baseball bats. She climbs over a garden wall and hides to avoid detection from the yobs in Tipton, West Midlands. Police are now appealing for information into the attack. The offenders are believed to be in their twenties and local to the Tipton area.

The Indian man took the 35-year-old woman to a friend's house where she was locked inside for 18 hours while they took turns raping her before she escaped to her mother's house.

The father of Scott Purdy - who claims that painkillers for a broken foot had turned him gay - says that he had always assumed he was bisexual. Mr Purdy, said his son experimented with a boy as a teenager

Former soldier Paul Matson collected his tools over 20 years, and helped out on DIY SOS. BBC's Nick Knowles tweeted to vent his anger at crime against 'Hull's most amazing human'.

David Copperfield testifies in MGM Grand tourist injury case

David Copperfield, appearing in court in Las Vegas (top left), didn't acknowledge responsibility for injuries British man Gavin Cox (bottom left) claims to have suffered when he fell during the illusion (right) in 2013. But the celebrated magician did say it might be his fault if an audience volunteer who was participating in a trick got hurt. Cox, from Kent, claims lasting brain and body injuries and more than $400,000 in medical expenses. The court has heard how practiced stagehands with flashlights hurried randomly chosen participants through dark curtains, down unfamiliar passageways, around corners, outdoors, indoors and through an MGM Grand resort kitchen in time to re-enter the back of the theater for their 'reappearance' during the show finale.

A murder probe has been launched after a builder was 'viciously attacked' at work in Hatton Garden in London. The 47-year-old victim died shortly after 3pm on Tuesday.

Laura Birbeck, 27, from Worcester, quit her job as a British Airways stewardess in February to become a webcam porn star after she complained she found the constant flying 'too tiring'

The cow's skull is between 5,000 and 5,400 years old and was unearthed at a Neolithic site at Champ-Durand in France by the French National Centre for Scientific Research.

The new ant is one of 15 new species of exploding ants that has been found by researchers from the Natural History Museum Vienna and colleagues on the island in Southeast Asia's Malay Archipelago.

The findings were made by a team of researchers, which included the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, who looked at mammal sizes from 66 million years ago to the present day.

Youths boarded a boat on the River Thames to launch a stabbing attack on Wednesday. It happened near Windsor Castle and left the victim, 25, in serious but stable condition.

Passerby shoves policeman off his motorbike and into the path of another officer's car in bizarre random attack

This is the shocking moment a passerby pushed a police officer off his motorbike and into the path of a car. The footage, believed to be filmed in Essex, started with two officers in high-vis jackets who were seen driving motorbikes down a busy street in front of a police car. All three vehicles had their blue lights flashing and sirens blaring. But as the bikes waited to allow the police car through stopped traffic, a passerby - seen in a light coloured T-shirt and beige trousers - suddenly sprinted out into the street and pushed the officer from his bike.

Two people have been killed after a light aircraft, believed to be a Cessna, crashed close to Belfast International Airport.

Taiyab Hussain, Shaheem Ratyal, Sohail Ali and Mohammed Rizwan, all from Burton-on-Trent, were arrested when a girl realised she'd been groomed after watching an educational video.

Police have arrested a teen suspect in an anti-Semitic attack against two men who were wearing traditional Jewish skullcaps while walking through an upmarket area of central Berlin.

Danny Crawford, 38, could face charges after he 'went looking' and hit the intruder in a nearby street close to his family home in Hull a few months ago.

Hero EMT who tried to save passenger on Southwest flight speaks out

Andrew Needum, 34, was on board Southwest Airlines flight 1380 with his two children, his wife and his parents. They were on their way home to Texas after a family vacation to New York City where they'd celebrated his parents 39th wedding anniversary. He was in row seven and Jennifer Riordan was in row 14 when she was sucked out of the window after it was smashed by shrapnel from an exploding engine. Needum, a trained firefighter, ran back to help her after hearing a 'commotion' and after being given an approving 'look' from his wife Stephanie, he said on Thursday. He and Tim McGinty, a farm hand, were able to bring the 43-year-old's body back into the aircraft. Needum and retired nurse Peggy Phillips then performed CPR until the plane made an emergency landing in Philadelphia.

Several of the passengers pictured on board Southwest Airlines flight 1380, which made an emergency landing after an explosion at 32,500 ft, weren't wearing their oxygen masks correctly.

Enormous chunks of the plane's engine casing and inner parts were discovered by gobsmacked locals in Jefferson Township, Penn Township and Bernville in the state of Pennsylvania.

Eu judges have in a serious setback to KitKat makers Nestle moved to cancel the snack's trademark across the bloc - the latest saga in the company's protracted battle with rivals Cadbury.

Inside the Mexican psychedelic drug rehabs American addicts flock to

Millions of Americans, including Adrienne Porter (left), struggle with life-threatening opioid addictions but most will relapse at least once as they try to get clean. In desperation, Adrienne joined the scores of Americans fleeing to rehabs like the Ibogaine Institute (right) in Mexico - including Matthew Mellon, who died this week after taking a psychedelic drug. Adrienne took ibogaine to try to break her addiction. The drug is illegal in the US and unregulated in Mexico, but experts say it deserves research as an alternative addiction treatment.

Jennifer Riordan, 43, died on Tuesday on a flight heading from New York's LaGuardia Airport to Dallas that made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after its engine blew in midair.

Thomas Jnr, 51, who is the American actress' half-brother, claims the 36-year-old has forgotten her roots by refusing to invite close relatives as she prepare to tie the knot with Prince Harry.

Meghan Markle's former personal trainer of three years in her former home of Toronto, Craig McNamee has shared the secret to bagging a body like the bride-to-be.

EU officials fear that a ruling by a top Greek court allowing migrants no longer to be held on island camps while their asylum claims are processed could open the doors for them to enter Europe.

Youthful Bolton mother gets mistaken for teenage son's girlfriend

Shimmi Munshi, from Bolton, has never had surgery and doesn't spend a fortune on beauty treatments but is regularly mistaken for her now 20-year-old son's Ameen's girlfriend or sibling, she says (they are seen together inset and right). The mother-of-one puts her youthful looks down to good genes, avoiding alcohol and going to the gym as well as drinking lots of water.

Rosie Gillam says her son Shay Naidu, five, was not allowed to play with classmates at Christ Church CofE Primary School, Croydon, after teachers noticed he was wearing conditioner.

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The new study, published today by the University of Rochester Medical Center, suggests that junk food worsens symptoms, and balancing gut bacteria with a prebiotic supplement reversed the symptoms.

Enter the dragon! Astonishing eight-year-old 'mini Bruce Lee' matches the martial arts idol's every move in film's famous nunchuk fighting scene

Ryusei 'Ryuji' Imai, from Nara, matches the Kung Fu routine of Bruce Lee perfectly in this incredible clip. The little boy is known as 'mini-Bruce Lee' and lives up to his name in this video, filmed the day before his eighth birthday,  as he perfects the moves from the iconic nunchuck scene of martial arts movie 'Enter the Dragon'. Ryusei has been watching Bruce Lee movies since he was one and he started training to become like him when he was four. The eight-year-old shares pictures of himself training and appreciation of Bruce Lee online to his 31,000 followers.

The track (concept image) - which will be around  six miles (10km) long - will be close to Al Maktoum International Airport, on the border of the Abu Dhabi and Dubai emirates.

Jawad Javed has stockpiled 7,000 cans and 1,200 two-litre bottles of the drink at his Day Today Express store in Stenhousemuir, near Falkirk.

Syrian air defenses fired a total of 40 missiles in response to the attack, but only two of them made it off the ground before the attack was over and both of them missed their targets, it is claimed.

Rod, 73, and wife Rachel, 64, vanished nearly 10 weeks ago while on a seed-gathering mission in the remote Drakensberg Mountains in South Africa - and have not been seen or heard from since.

Sentina Bristol blames her son Dexter's death on trying to prove he wasn't illegal. He collapsed on the street and died aged 57 on March 31. Dexter had delays getting records from the Home Office.

McKayla Maroney says Larry Nassar groomed her with food at Olympics

McKayla Maroney is the latest Larry Nassar victim to reveal that the pedophile doctor used food as part of his grooming process. 'I think I would've starved at the Olympics if I didn't have him bring me food,' Maroney tells Savannah Guthrie in a preview for a special episode of Dateline airing on Sunday. 'Your coaches are just always watching you. And wanting to keep you skinny,' explained Maroney, before adding: 'And there's just other things about the culture that are also messed up that he used against us.' When asked by Guthrie what exactly Nassar did, Maroney gleefully replied: 'Buy me a loaf of bread.' This was similar to remarks shared back in January by Nassar victims Jamie Dantzscher, Jeanette Antolin and Mattie Larson on The Story With Martha MacCallum .

Mark Van Dongen, 29, was almost unrecognisable after the attack in the early hours of September 23 2015. After a year of pain he went to a euthanasia clinic in Belgium where he died last year.

Rashon Nelson, 23, who with his business partner Donte Robinson was led from a Philadelphia store in handcuffs has been stopped at least a dozen times in just three years by police for minor offenses.

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