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These dramatic pictures show a theft suspect being wrestled to the ground and detained by members of the public this afternoon. A flying rugby tackle (pictured) brought the 43-year-old man to the ground after a woman claimed £170 was taken from her as she queued up at an ATM outside Tesco store. People pinned the man down in the Manchester city centre street until police arrived at the scene in front of stunned shoppers and commuters on their lunch-breaks. Officers confirmed a man is being questioned on suspicion of theft (inset, he is escorted from the scene).

GP was left with a 'broken jaw as ex-patient's son punched her up to fives' after his

Dr Victoria Hunter was repeatedly hit by Steven Cook, 41, when he burst into her surgery in Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich Magistrates Court (pictured) heard. She is believed to have suffered a broken jaw in the attack. Dr Hunter's injuries included a displaced front tooth, cuts to her lips, swelling to her face and a suspected broken jaw. She also suffered grazing to an elbow and bruises on an arm in the attack at around 10.10am on June 18. Cook admitted assault causing actual bodily harm and was remanded in custody to be sentence at Ipswich Crown Court on a date to be fixed.

Jo Begent, a paediatric consultant at University College Hospital in London, said a boy of ten had come into her surgery with a deformation so severe that at first she believed it was a tumour.

Umbar Ali, 41, was jailed in 2015 for fleeing a car wreckage with his wife, girlfriend and children inside. His inquest heard he died the same year after suffering a suspected stroke in jail.

This new quiz challenges Brits to identify some of the UK's most famous sights. It was devised in conjunction with research to find out which parts of the UK have the best landmark knowledge.

Devastated holidaymakers have been left furious after British Airways have cancelled their tickets because they were 'too cheap'. The airline said the low prices were a mistake.

Evidence suggests Russians are growing fed up with Edward Snowden

This month saw the fifth anniversary of Snowden’s escape from his Hawaii home to Moscow via Hong Kong, having committed the largest leak of top-secret intelligence data in history. The scale and impact was astounding, and the reverberations continue to this day. Documents leaked by Snowden (right) also uncovered the existence of a surveillance programme under which the NSA used clandestine court orders to access personal data via tech giants such as Google and Facebook. Lindsay Mills (left and inset) — who has described herself as a ‘world-travelling, pole-dancing super hero’ — offers perhaps the most intriguing commentary on their secret lives. Her Instagram account dates back to before Snowden cut and ran from Hawaii. The photographs are mostly self-portraits, the scenes often rural; some were clearly taken outside Russia since she can travel freely, unlike her boyfriend.

The 20-year-old hip hop star, whose real name was Jahseh Onfroy, was gunned down on Monday afternoon outside a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida.

Meliha Kaya, 22, was travelling above the 30mph speed limit when her Mini Cooper collided with a BMW and careered off the road and into a tree in South Woodford, East London.

Disney raised its bid for the bulk of 21st Century Fox's film and television assets on Wednesday, sweetening its deal with cash to upend Comcast's $65 billion offer.

Cristina Odone questions how the characters in Sex and the City impacted our society as the series marks its 20th anniversary. She wonders how many women are now single and childless as a result.

London-based Royal College of Art graduate Alice Potts (pictured) used blood, sweat and urine to make the gems, which she attached to a pair of ballet pumps and a fake fur coat.

All on the Board are a masked duo that go around writing witty poems on Underground stations all over London. They have written poems dedicated to several musicians ahead of gigs.

GP at centre of Gosport scandal retired on healthy pension

Jane Barton - who is thought to have jetted out to Spain ahead of a damning report into premature deaths of patients in her care - lives in a £700,000 detached home with her husband Tim, a former Royal Navy commadore. A report published today found that, for a 12-year period, Dr Barton was responsible for the culture which prevailed on the wards where 456 patients died after being given doses of drugs 'without medical justification'. Dr Jane Barton is the focus of a report published today which found up to 650 patients had their lives cut short after they were given large doses of painkillers on wards she ran. Today she was said to be away in Menorca in Spain, according to a neighbour, having reportedly disappeared abroad ahead of the publishing of the report.

'House of horrors' mom weeps in court as she hears 17-year-old daughter's 911 call

Louise and David Turpin (pictured in May) attended a preliminary hearing in California on Wednesday to determine whether prosecutors have gathered enough evidence to take the case against the pair to trial.

BEL MOONEY shared the guilt she has experienced at different stages of her children's lives. She claims guilt follows mothers from your baby's first kick in the womb until beyond adulthood.

A woman named Alicia Jordan penned a withering response to a mother who took to Quora to ask: 'How do I teach my 16-year-old daughter not to cry when I yell at her for doing something wrong?'

Jayne Railton, 58, was so severely beaten she suffered a split pancreas when she was attacked by her common-law husband Angel Perez Reyes in the home they shared in Gran Canaria.

Retired WWE star Big Van Vader, or just Vader, has died at 63-years-old after a long two-year battle with congestive heart failure.

Tory grandee Cecil Parkinson's eldest daughter hanged herself

The eldest daughter of the Tory Party grandee Cecil Parkinson hanged herself two days after she was discharged from a private psychiatric hospital, an inquest heard. Mary Parkinson, 57, (main image and inset with her parents), was discovered hanging at her £900,000 Victorian terraced home in Battersea by concerned neighbours on December 10 last year. She left a suicide note which read simply: 'Thank you for loving me so much I had a great life until six months ago.'

The Warwick Rowers, based at Warwick University, have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity and have won an army of fans for posting the naked images on Instagram.

According to The Sun, the make-up artist feels she has been 'isolated' from their former friendship group, and that Dec and Ali have 'sided with Ant' throughout their marriage woes.

Coronation Street's Bill Roache, 86, opens up to JANE FRYER

NEW Bill Roache (left and inset, on Coronation Street) speaks to JANE FRYER about his legendarily busy sex life, the never-ending Coronation Street years and, of course, his new autobiography, Life And Soul: How To Live A Long And Healthy Life, in which he gives tips on staying calm and youthful, being happy and finding what he calls 'pure love' through his membership of a spiritual group called the Pure Love Movement. 'People come to me and I chat to them and it helps. It gives them strength,' he says. Bill and his beloved second wife Sara, lost a daughter, Edwina, to pneumonia in 1984 when she was 18 months old. More heartbreak was to follow: earlier this year, Vanya, who was 50, passed away after a three-year battle with liver disease. In his mad dash to get to her bedside to say goodbye, Bill crashed his BMW into a tree and missed her final moments. And he says he is still grieving for his co-star Anne Kirkbride (right, with Bill), who played Deirdre Barlow in Corrie and who died in 2015, aged 60. 'I really, really loved her,' he says.

The former wife demanded half of the tycoon's fortune, which would have been £230m. But the judge ruled that she was only entitled to 25 per cent due his 'special contribution' to the family's wealth

DHS writing an order to end child separations at the border

The Department of Homeland Security is drafting an order to end the child separation policy that's become a political albatross for the Trump administration. The Associated Press indicated that DHS was acting alone and it was not clear if the president would sign the directive. A DHS spokesperson did not immediately respond to a DailyMail.com request for comment. News of an about-face came just as the president was ratcheting up his attacks on Democrats opposing his immigration agenda via Twitter.

Pope Francis spoke out amid an outcry over plans to prosecute all immigrants caught crossing the Mexican border illegally, holding adults in jail while their children are sent to government shelters.

Is this proof men get postnatal depression, too?

John Clayton, 41, (pictured right with his son Hugo) took his own life just three years after becoming a father. His wife Vicky, 38, (pictured left) believes he was suffering from male postnatal depression (PND) which can cause anxiety, aggression and doubt in parenting skills. She revealed John's behaviour began to change after the birth of their son. She says John became very agitated when Hugo cried and struggled to concentrate on his work. John hid the severity of depression and even thew a party days before his death.

Paul Kerley (left) got a court order to stop his son Matthew from contacting him and his wife for five years because he was sick of being bombarded with requests for money only for it to be spent on drugs

Newlywed husband puts his wedding ring for sale on eBay

Andy Mitchell, from Fife in Scotland, posted a picture of the wedding rings he and his wife exchanged at their £30,000 dream wedding ceremony in Mexico on June 3. But Mr Mitchell accompanied the listing with the news that just six days after the ceremony he discovered his new wife Meaghan Mitchell was having an affair with his friend Ryan Nelson (inset), and claimed it had started on her hen night.

Voicing concern over Adam's actions, which have seen him move on to new girl Zara McDermott, Katie Ghose, Chief Executive of Women’s Aid released a statement

Andy Barlow recorded the incident on his helmet camera in Birkenhead, Merseyside on Monday. Footage shows him asking a gang of youths 'Is it nicked?' before they strike him with a wheel.

The Queen is picture perfect in pastel blue for Royal Ascot

Sophie (right), accompanied by husband Prince Edward, put down £2 on a four-fold accumulator (inset), but failed to win a penny when just one of her horses came in – with one placing second to last. It is not known whether her mother-in-law the Queen (left), who was also in attendance, fared better on a bumper year at Royal Ascot with some £7million up for grabs. Her Majesty, 92, was picture perfect in a pale blue outfit, teamed with a matching hat adorned with pretty pink flowers.

Eagle-eyed fans were quick to note that Meghan did not fasten her Ascot name badge to her front, as Prince Harry did and the Duchess of Cambridge has always done on her own Ascot outings.


The president is due to visit the UK for the first time since being elected. His trip was downgraded from a state visit to a working visit by Theresa May last year amid fears of mass protests.

Royal Ascot revellers put on a colourful display on day two

Celebrities led the way in ensuring the glamour stakes were high at Royal Ascot today, with many defying the trend for modest dresses in plunging necklines. Left to right: Kirsty Gallacher put on an eye-popping display in polka dots; Billie Faiers showed off her curves in a plunging white dress; Declan Donnelly was joined by his pregnant wife Ali and Georgia Toffolo looked picture perfect in a yellow floral dress.

Glamorous female guests turned the Berkshire racecourse into a fashion parade on Wednesday, donning their finery as they rubbed shoulders with A-listers and even royalty.

The Duke of York's eldest daughter wore a dazzling white mini dress that showed off her legs, and was finished off with a dramatic ruffle, as she joined stars at the V&A summer soirée.

How Audrey Hepburn is Meghan Markle's role model

Frilly white outfit with a flamboyant hat: check. Glossy neat bun: check. Society debut on the arm of a handsome gent: check. Comparisons between the Duchess of Sussex at Royal Ascot this week and Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle in the 1964 musical My Fair Lady were perhaps inevitable, so strikingly did the newlywed royal resemble the Hollywood siren. Ladylike in a lace dress by Givenchy — Audrey’s favourite designer — Meghan made a dazzling impression. But parallels between Meghan, 36, and Audrey — who was also in her mid-30s when she played that iconic role — don’t stop there. Not only do the brunette beauties look similar, they’ve led remarkably similar lives. In fact, Meghan has made no secret of her admiration for Audrey, who died in 1993 aged 63, hailing her as a style inspiration. Her bookshelf features two tomes devoted to the star, which Meghan described in an Instagram post as ‘bedtime reading’. We chart the extraordinary parallels between Meghan and Audrey...

The man was said to have opened the door to the branch in York opposite the city's Museum Gardens and tried to get the boy to go with him, after beckoning him from outside the window.

Brightly-coloured signs surround the Spanish party resort of Magaluf now as new rules are enforced to stop drunken behaviour ruining the area. A fine of €500 can now be imposed for drinking on the street.

Desperate May pleads for Labour Brexiteers to save her from EU Bill defeat

Theresa May (left at PMQs today) won the crucial Brexit Bill vote in the Commons tonight after Tory rebels dramatically backed down. The government defeated a potentially explosive amendment that would have allowed the Commons to overrule the PM by a margin of 319 to 303. The victory came after rebel ringleader Dominic Grieve (right in the Commons today) effectively caved in following hours of frantic negotiations with ministers. Mr Grieve surrendered after accepting promises Parliament would get a proper say, whether there is a deal or not. The final offer (inset) was a fudge of Commons procedure and led to bewilderment on both sides. Mr Grieve was ridiculed as the new 'Grand Old Duke of York' after he gave up his rebellion with no major new concession.

Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz blamed Angela Merkel for forcing countries to reinstate border controls when she welcomed hundreds of thousands of migrants into the Germany in 2015.

Linda Hamilton is seen on set of Terminator movie for first time

Linda Hamilton was seen for the first time in character as Sarah Connor for the Terminator reboot when she was spotted on set in Madrid, Spain on Tuesday. The 61-year-old actress looked ready to take down some armed cyborgs as she wore a bulletproof vest while holding a futuristic-looking gun. This movie redo - which will be released in November 2019 - also stars Terminator vet Arnold Schwarzenegger as well as newcomers Mackenzie Davis, who was also pictured on set, and Diego Boneta of Rock Of Ages and Scream Queens fame as well as Gabriel Luna and Natalia Reyes.

Professor Luke Bisby, a fire expert who analysed the spread of the Grenfell inferno, told a hearing on Wednesday that the cladding panels' core was capable of burning as hot as petrol.

The British high street store, which last year made a £10.9 million loss for the first time, left shoppers waiting up to an hour on the phone as they tried to chase up lost orders.

Documents submitted to Stroud District Council reveal plans to extend a lodge situated on Princess Anne's Gatcombe Park estate near the village of Minchinhampton in Gloucestershire.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's youngest child Prince Louis, born on April 23, will be baptised in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London on July 9.

Lord Sugar's 'racist' tweet likens Senegal World Cup squad to beach sellers

Hundreds of people slammed The Apprentice host's tweet (inset bottom right) and others called for his sacking - but he initially failed to back down, criticising the 'OTT' reaction to a 'bloody joke'. The tweet was eventually removed 23 minutes later - but Lord Sugar, 71 (left), insisted this was only because it was 'interpreted in the wrong way as offensive by a few people'. However, 82 minutes after posting the initial message, he admitted the tweet was 'misjudged' and his 'attempt at humour has backfired', saying he was 'very sorry'. Now, a BBC insider has said : 'Lord Sugar understands his mistake and has apologised for it. We've spoken to him and agreed to leave it there. It's safe to say it's going to be business as usual now.'

Finding the most comfortable position while lying in bed can be difficult, with many hours spent tossing and turning. Here, FEMAIL reveals thee best and worst positions for your overall health.

Princess Sofia of Sweden, 33, has a sunburst tattoo on her back, which she displayed in her wedding dress. Princess Stephanie of Monaco, 53, meanwhile has a dragon inking on her back.

Doctor keeps job after crash left teenager paralysed

Dr David Rawaf (pictured, left) from Surrey faced being struck off after he accelerated at traffic lights and crashed, leaving a teenager Ekaterina Nuss (pictured, right) paralysed, but has been researching ways to help her walk. Rawaf's BMW (pictured, inset, after the crash) hit trees and two lamp posts, leaving the medic with minor injuries. After Rawaf avoided jail with a 16-month sentence suspended for two years, the doctor gave up a job opportunity in the US to stay in the UK and spend time with the victim, with a Manchester hearing being told he has visits her almost every day.

Despite not having customers' consent to send direct marketing emails, BT fired out 4.9million emails between December 2015 and November 2016 promoting three charity initiatives.

The 80-year-old actress (pictured) had gone to the toilet when she was found slumped against the door at around 1am in her home in leafy Raynes Park, near Wimbledon, in south west London.

EXCLUSIVE: Ming Lui, 60, of Taplow, managed to grow a pineapple from scratch using the top of a pineapple from a fruit he'd bought at Asda. He had to keep it indoors to make sure it was warm enough.

Is Cristiano Ronaldo engaged? Georgina Rodriguez flashes huge diamond

Ronaldo's girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 24, added weight to growing rumours of an engagement to the superstar striker, 33, by revealing a sparkling diamond ring in her wedding finger as she cheered the Portuguese national team to victory in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday afternoon (main image). The Spanish beauty pointedly flashed the huge rock to a female friend as she watched her partner thump home the decisive winning goal against Morocco, his fourth of the World Cup tournament as Portugal played their second Group B game at the Luzhniki Stadium (left). Georgina's new, prominent item of jewellery gave rise to further speculation that the footballer has proposed to his long-term girlfriend, who gave birth to her first child with the father-of-four in November. 

The England WAGs are facing stiff competition in the World Cup style stakes. Each team is supported by their own glamorous gaggle of models, singers and social media stars.

Natalya Nemchinova stood out in the crowd during Russia's opening match against Saudi Arabia in Moscow, and the blonde beauty won hearts around the world with her beaming smile.

Charleen Muggridge, 32, has described how men from a Welsh football team scaled her home in New Quay and stole a St George's flag before abusing them and throwing stones at the windows.

England boss Gareth Southgate dislocates shoulder while running at World Cup

England manager Gareth Southgate has suffered a dislocated shoulder in a freak running accident here in Repino on Wednesday. Southgate lost his footing during his daily jog on Wednesday afternoon before falling to the ground. His elbow is understood to have taken the majority of the force of the impact but he dislocated his right shoulder in the process. He went immediately to hospital, accompanied by team doctor Rob Chakraverty, where he was treated and his arm placed in a sling.

IAN LADYMAN AT THE LUZHNIKI STADIUM: Cristiano Ronaldo was Portugal's hero once again as a slender victory over Morocco pushed them closer to the knockout stages of the World Cup.

Luis Suarez scored on his 100th international appearance to send Uruguay through to the knockout stage along with hosts Russia as Saudi Arabia and Egypt were eliminated from Group A.

Elizabeth Mary Isherwood died after getting trapped naked in airing cupboard

Elizabeth Isherwood died from hypothermia after getting stuck in an airing cupboard while naked, having gotten lost while visiting the toilet in the middle of the night. The 60-year-old desperately tried to claw her way out 'over a number of days' after the door handle disintegrated at Plas Talgarth holiday complex in North Wales (inset). An inquest into her death heard how the former policewoman (pictured left and right) fought in vein to free herself by digging through the brickwork and ripping shelves from the wall. But in the process, Mrs Isherwood burst a pipe which caused water to rain down on her, speeding up the process of hypothermia and leading her to freeze to death. Her family revealed that Mrs Isherwood had managed to make a hole in one of the walls and was inches from freedom, but a picture hanging up on the other side of the wall disguised the opening in the plasterboard.

Louis Fice, 16, was sent home from school for wearing shorts instead of trousers at Aberaeron high school in Aberaeron, Mid Wales. He turned back up in a skirt - sparking a gender row.

Hanging washing out on the line is a tedious chore and any parent will know how much washing they need to do to keep up with their little ones. Luckily one parent has figured out a hack to make it easier.

On the back of the prove for a Channel 5 TV show, Lisa Bickerstaffe, a spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation, claimed that SPF and UVA star ratings are 'more important than the price'.



Going out with a bang? Glamorous 21-year-old daredevil locks herself in a coffin filled with sticks of DYNAMITE - then blows the whole thing to pieces in a terrifying America's Got Talent stunt 

Annaliese Nock, 21, of Sarasota, Florida, is a female daredevil who performed the exploding coffin stunt which required her to get into a box filled with six sticks of dynamite and wait for it to detonate. The judges and audience of course were perplexed as to why anyone would want to perform such a hazardous stunt but Annaliese explained daredevil acts ran in her family. 'I come from a long line of daredevils you may actually remember my dad Bello Nock and I decided I wanted to do something bigger and better,' she said.

Lucy Ellis, 16, was immediately rushed to Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport after going to her GP complaining of feeling unwell. Her identical twin sister Sophie fainted when she heard Lucy had died.

In a piece for the British Medical Journal, Ben Page, chief executive of Ipsos MORI, yesterday said it will take a 'few more bad winters' before the struggling health service can truly be in 'crisis'.

The identity of a woman who plunged to her death ins East Sussex remains a mystery almost one year on because her body had spent several days in the sea and was 'severely degraded' when found.

Researchers from the Nutrition Research Centre Ireland believe that a combination of nutrients found in trout, broccoli and peppers significantly improves the memories of patients after 18 months.

Dr Hazel Wallace, the Food Medic, has shared a snap of a very well-balanced meal on Instagram that follows the advice of the British Medical Journal following a recent study.

Sadly, Thomas Markle seems about as camera-shy as a contestant on Love Island. His latest foray was an 'unspun' interview on ITV, where he committed just about every sin in the book.

The university said the email from its career advice service, which included a quote from Nazi general Rommel (pictured) was a 'genuine error' and the staff member involved did not know who he was.

'Supervise your child!' US mother who was fined $132,000 after her five-year-old knocked over a sculpture is slammed by viewers - as she STILL refuses to take the blame in TV interview

Sarah Goodman (left) was hit with a $132,000 (£100,277) fine when Troy knocked over a sculpture called Aphrodite di Kansas City, which was on display at Overland Park community center in Kansas City, Kansas (right). Speaking on ITV's This Morning, Goodman said that other artworks were kept secure and it was only that sculpture that wasn't behind glass or rope. However, viewers (inset) didn't accept her arguments, and said she should have kept control of her son better.

A team of scientists, led by Ursula Wierer from the Soprintendenza Archeologia, used high-power microscopes and CT scans to examine Ötzi's chert stone toolkit in minute detail.

Instagram's Kevin Systrom announced IGTV, a new hub in the app that's dedicated to long-form video at an event in San Francisco.

At a family court hearing in Maidstone, Kent, Judge Wendy Backhouse said the little boy had been subjected to 'inappropriate punishments' by his mother and stepfather.

Terrified commuters fled Southgate Tube station in panic after an electronic device overheated and a 23-year-old from Enfield has been arrested and released under investigation.

Which way to turn? Guards get disastrously tangled up during the Garter Ceremony at Windsor 

The troops from 'five and-a-half company,' clad in bearskins and ceremonial regalia, were watched by dozens of onlookers as they desperately tried to get back in line. They were filmed marching outside the castle walls on Monday before being ordered to come to a halt. As a sergeant booms 'right turn!' around half end up rotating in the wrong direction. Several then continue turning around until they are facing in the right direction.

Father-of-two Alket Dauti, 31, of Penge, South East London, is thought to be behind hundreds of attempts to smuggle men, women and children into Britain in freezing refrigerated lorries.

Children's author Melanie Notaras revealed her simple trick for improving your baby's reading skills, before they can even read - and it won't cost you time or money. FEMAIL takes a look.

Rashan Charles, 20, died in hospital on July 22 last year shortly after he was chased by an officer into a shop in Dalston, east London, and tackled to the ground before being restrained.

Around one million people in Britain and up to six times as many in the US suffer from atrial fibrillation, which can cause a stroke and eventually lead to heart failure.

The moment sheriff's deputy had to break a car window to let a BEAR out - after it trashed the inside so badly the doors couldn't be unlocked

On Wednesday, the Placer County, California Sheriff's Office posted a video on Facebook showing a deputy rescuing a bear that became stuck in a car. The bear destroyed the interior to the point that the doors could not be unlocked. So the deputy smashed open a window so the bear could escape into the woods.

Stef van der Locht from the Netherlands was practicing his acrobatics in the gym when he decided to try something a little different by doing a dual handstand with a partner but with him on top.

Father-of-two Alket Dauti, 31, of Penge, South East London, is thought to be behind hundreds of attempts to smuggle men, women and children into Britain in freezing refrigerated lorries.

The most popular 25 beaches in the world according to Instagram

The world's beaches have been ranked according to how many times they've been snapped on Instagram, with Whitehaven Beach in Australia (top left) deemed the most popular. Lanikai beach in Oahu, Hawaii (top right), came in second place, with Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda (bottom left) close behind. Meanwhile, Bournemouth Beach (bottom right) has been ranked as the most popular beach in the UK and seventh globally with 72,503 snaps branded with #bournemouthbeach.

The Al Ghazal Lounge in Abu Dhabi International's Terminal 2 has been revealed as the top place to check into before a flight, with £21.45 ($28.76) bagging customers free drinks, food and Wi-Fi.

The controversial legislation passed in Hungary's parliament was named after George Soros, as it targets some organisations funded by the billionaire philanthropist.

Last year, a total 33 terror attacks were reported on the continent and Britain - 10 of which were successful, killing 62 people, while the rest were foiled or failed, Europol said.

Shadi Badawood (pictured), from Hull, is accused of verbally, physically and sexually abusing the woman in Hull after chasing her through a park because she was not from Saudi Arabia.

Millionaire accountant, 66, refuses to tear down Britain's biggest 'man cave' he built in

Graham Wildin, 66, caused outrage when he built the 10,000sq/ft leisure centre, including a bowling alley, a 16 seat cinema, squash courts, private casino and bar. Forest of Dean District Council planners said the 'bulky structure' breached planning laws and ordered him to bulldoze it by July 7 of last year. Mr Wildin has stayed defiant and is now being taken to court.

Lee Wardle was riding a bus home towards Clapham Junction in London when he got involved in a scuffle with a man who was shouting homophobic abuse around 4am on Sunday, March 25.

Brenda Fenton, 87, faces Clive and Marsha Lewis' forgery claim as part of a 21-year feud between the London neighbours in a swanky St Johns Wood street shared with Paul McCartney.

Vicki Hull, 31 from Southampton, had a condition that made her legs swell and was forced to gain 11 stone - before doctors finally returned her to normal, draining 22 litres of fat from her limbs.

Britain’s earliest sex workers to be photographed by police have been revealed in a collection of mugshots taken more than 100 years ago by police in Birmingham.

Safia Akhtar Noor had also previously posted on Facebook that people should 'grow up and stop pointing fingers' after the Westminster terror attack which left five dead.

Lloyds Banking Group said it was also creating 255 new roles as part of its planned changes and, as a result, it would mean net job losses of 195 roles.

Father films his daughter every WEEK for 18 YEARS - showing how she transformed from a tiny baby into a confident woman in an emotional video 

Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester has created a brilliant timelapse video of his daughter Lotte, starting from shortly after she was born on October 28, 1999 (pictured top left) and recording her every year since. You can see her at the age of three (pictured top centre) and at the age of ten (pictured top right). She gets braces at the age of 14 (pictured bottom left) before the camera snaps her shortly after her latest birthday, at the age of 18 (bottom right).

The ex-serviceman claimed he had 'financial needs' that should have been compensated by his ex-wife. But a London judge today ruled their 1992 divorcement settlement was sufficient.

World Cup festivities and summer barbecues are set to be hindered due to a lack of production of CO2, which is used to carbonate drinks and preserve fresh foods.

Researchers compiled a list of over 58,000 pubs from across the UK and Ireland, pulling out the most popular names for drinking establishments in each of the counties.

Body painter Jen Seidel, 49, from Baltimore, and her daughter Kennedy teamed up with identical twins, Hannah and Leah Stacey, 25, to see if people would be able to tell which twin was fully clothed.

Researchers from the Geological Society of America used detailed geologic and structural mapping of the southern 20 miles (30km) of the San Andreas fault zone in southern California.

Salah Abdeslam, 28, was removed from solitary confinement at Fleury-Merogis and taken to the Sud Francilien hospital at Corbeil-Essonnes, some ten miles away in southern Paris.

Beauty mogul Jaclyn Hill shows off her lavish designer-stuffed closet

Jalcyn Hill, 27, proudly shows off her boutique-inspired closet in one of her most popular YouTube videos, which has been viewed more than 3.9 million times. The room is filled with designer duds, including rows of Christian Louboutin heels, Chanel clutches, and Hermès Birkin bags that cost $11,000 a piece. Jaclyn has more than 5.1 million YouTube subscribers, beauty collaborations with Becca and Morphe Cosmetics, and she has worked with Kim Kardashian.

Scientists at the Hartpury University Centre in Gloucester measured the impact on 15 dogs of jumping from the boot height of 4x4s to make the conclusion.

Belgians have hit back at John Cleese after he slammed an audience following a disappointing European show, saying they were 'lazy, fat, beer-sodden, pseudo-French b******s'.

He did not join the rest of the royals on the opening day of Ascot on Tuesday, but the Duke of Edinburgh enjoyed a carriage ride of his own this morning, taking the air in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Critics and campaigners say the new legislation, which the European Parliament approved earlier today, will prove to be an excessive restriction on free speech.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Kelly Kay, of Sittingbourne, Kent, had to pull out of her exercise session after she had to go to hospital for plastic surgery when she amputated her finger.


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Dairy cows replace crowds in Glastonbury field on festival's year off

The chaotic scenes of music-lovers revelling at Glastonbury Festival have this year been replaced with a tranquil vista of cows relaxing in fields (left). Worthy Farm, a working dairy farm in Pilton, Somerset, is taking a year off hosting the world-famous festival (right, last year). The event, which is attended by more than 160,000, is put on hold every six years for a 'fallow year' that prevents excessive damage to the site. Organisers said they were giving the 'farm, the village and the festival the traditional year off'.

London-based Felicity, 29, revealed a woman had laughed as she told her she was 'too fat' for her outfit. The model wrote online: 'You picked on the wrong babe to try and hurt.'

The 27-year-old socialite walked the red carpet for the Victoria & Albert Museum's summer party in London, joining fellow aristocrat Lady Mary Charteris and a host of A-listers.

The machine, named Baxter, reads brainwaves so that it knows when a human is unhappy with its actions. The system is the creation of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Plastic surgery obsessed girl-next-door transformed after spending $150,000 on procedures

'Introverted' dancer Mary Magdalene, 24 from Toronto, Canada, has spent more than $150,000 (£85,700) on transforming her 'basic' girl-next-door image with several plastic surgeries. Previously a size 32B (pictured left), the surgeries have given her voluptuous 38J boobs (pictured centre) as well as full, Angelina Jolie-like lips (pictured right and inset). She says that her old look was 'basic' and that her new look has made her happier - although she admits that her British missionary father doesn't approve.



Makeup artist transforms herself into Meghan Markle's wedding look and the similarities

Promise Tamang, 28, is a Los Angeles-based makeup artist who has made a name for herself by transforming into prominent stars. Her latest tutorial is Meghan Markle's bridal makeup. Promise has made a name for herself in the makeup tutorial industry - amassing more than 5.2 million subscribers - for her transformations that often go viral because of their incredible resemblance to the real person. Although the royal wedding was more than a month ago, the YouTuber decided to give her followers what they wanted which was a Meghan Markle transformation. Since she posted it last week, it has been viewed more than 350,000 times.

French charity SOS Mediterranee, who rescued the migrants off the coast of Libya last week, expressed their shock at discovering that Benetton had been using their images for an ad.

FEMAIL reveals five stylish ways to wear florals

Former model Sandra Howard, 77, (pictured) gave her verdict on a selection of styles chosen by fashion expert Camilla Ridley-Day. Camilla advises against wearing dark hues (pictured right) during summer that can look drab. She also suggests using structured designs (pictured centre) to enhance your figure. Camila compared five dos with five don'ts when wearing this season's floral trend.



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