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Brexit: PM may allow MPs to vote on second referendum

Downing Street will ask MPs from all parties to help find her a Plan B as Tory rebels said their 'isolated' leader should 'name a date' for her resignation after failing to deliver Brexit for March 29. Mrs May (pictured today) is expected to hold an indicative vote to gauge support among MPs for the seven main paths for Brexit: The PM's deal, No Deal, a second referendum, Labour's preferred customs union deal, a Norway-plus EEA deal, a Canada-plus free trade deal or revoking Article 50 and staying in the EU. Brexiteers are furious because it would give control to Parliament, where the majority of MPs are remainers who want the softest possible Brexit or no Brexit at all. Tory Michael Fabricant tweeted: 'If this is true, has Theresa May now decided to declare open war on ALL her backbenchers', Tory MP Steve Baker, the ERG's deputy chairman, said today: 'National humiliation is imminent through these indicative votes'. Treasury minister Liz Truss also said she would oppose the move as Brexiteers Boris Johnson (left) and Michael Gove were seen outside Downing Street today.

Police probe 'murder-suicide' after couple found dead in Home Counties

A former mayor and her husband were found dead at their secluded detached home today in an apparent murder suicide. Janette Dunbavand (main image), who had been the mayor of Berkhamsted, and her husband John, a former Conservative councillor, were discovered at 7.55am. Neighbours of the elderly couple, who were both aged 81, said Janette had been living with dementia before her death. Hertfordshire Police were called to the £750,000 property (inset) after receiving reports of concern for their welfare. They entered the house and discovered the two occupants were both already dead.

GP receptionist Rose Baker, 24, from Sheffield, urged 'moaning' patients to 'take a second to think before you s*** us all off', in an impassioned rant on social media.

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Humberside Police today confirmed they are treating 21-year-old student Libby Squire's death as a potential homicide after ruling out other causes of death.

Bethan Gaskin, 24, collapsed at home in Bourne, Lincolnshire and was rushed to hospital in Peterborough after accepting the Jaffa Cakes challenge.

The Duchess of Sussex must understand she cannot 'live like an A-list Hollywood star' while enjoying the privilege of the monarchy, British author Anna Pasternak warned.

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson's stepfather sells family home for almost £1million

The singer's mother Johannah Deakin (inset) and stepfather bought six-bedroom home in Doncaster for £375,000. They restored the property and businessman Mr Deakin, 36, sold the property last year for £900,000, making a profit of £525,000. Johannah, a midwife, spent three years at the house before she died from Leukaemia in 2016. The One Direction star Louis was devastated by her death and faced fresh heartache last week after his sister Félicité, 18, died suddenly

The Syrian Democratic Forces battled ISIS militants holed up in Baghouz overnight, supported by airstrikes, as the last remaining jihadists hid in caves along the Euphrates.

The suspects, ranging in age from 20 to 42, were detained in raids conducted by police in the region around Frankfurt earlier on Friday.

Eboney Cheshire (pictured), 13, died in December having been rushed to hospital at 11.40pm after police and paramedics were called to her home in Rainhall, Merseyside.

Convicted IRA bomber names four men he says were behind 1974 Birmingham pub bombings

Inquests are currently being held into the deaths of twenty-one people who were killed in two explosions at the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern in the Town pubs in November 1974, explosions which also injured 220. An ex-IRA member gave evidence to the hearings today, in which he named four of those behind the attacks and gave the nicknames of two others. The former volunteer, named in court only as 'Witness O', said Seamus McLoughlan was commander of the Birmingham IRA at the time and selected the targets. He said Mick Murray (bottom right) and Michael Hayes (top right) were part of the bombing team and another man, James Gavin (left), was also involved.Gavin, Murray and McLoughlin have since died. Witness O's testimony today suggests Hayes, who is still alive, was promised he would not be pursued under the Good Friday Agreement.

Wakefield Coroner's Court heard Alex Clarke 'most likely' set fire to a book or paper with the lighter, sparking a blaze which then spread across his bedroom floor at his home in Leeds.

The French Army will support some 5,000 police trying to keep order during the 19th Yellow Vest Saturday demonstration in a row in Paris at the weekend.

This 20-question grammar quiz has left the brightest brains across the world scratching their heads. Indeed it is so tricky that its creator claims players will 'never' be able to score more than 10 out of 20.

Glasgow homeowner who says his trees are a 'landmark' wins battle with neighbours

A Glasgow homeowner has won a row with his neighbours to keep his 90ft conifers. Neil Torrance (right house) said his trees were a 'landmark' but neighbours Robert Alexander (inset) and wife Vivien disagreed. They wanted to have the pines cut down as the tall trees cast a shadow over their back garden (left house), stopping the grass growing on their lawn and blocking their views of the sunset. The dispute was taken to government level but authorities sided with Mr Torrance because the trees do not constitute a hedge.

Samuel Wilson, 40, cut branches off a 40ft oak tree with protected status because it blocked the sunlight from the balcony of his home in Canford Cliffs in Poole, Dorset.

Only 1 in 6 councils in the UK collect rubbish from the majority of homes weekly. Only 67 of 391 authorities nationwide still collect non-recyclable waste every week.

Leslie Burton was caught on CCTV performing a sex act in his friend John White's home in Sheffield after being asked to fix his boiler but will face no action from police.

As the EU agrees to put off Brexit until at least April 12 MPs must choose

Theresa May could finally give in to pressure and allow MPs to vote on options including a second referendum within days. A series of 'indicative votes' may finally be staged next week if Mrs May's is thrown out for a third time. Choices are likely to include a softer Brexit, a second referendum or even cancelling Brexit altogether - with the intention of finally finding a solution MPs will vote for. A battle is waging inside Government over the idea amid fears it would surrender what little authority Mrs May has left. But with the deal appearing to be doomed there is a race against time to agree something which will convince the EU to hold off No Deal on April 12. Anything that is not the current divorce deal or No Deal will requite European Parliament elections on May 23.

Brexit petition to revoke Article 50 soars past three million signatures

Theresa May has ruled out cancelling the Brexit countdown despite a public petition backed by actor Hugh Grant (right) soared towards three million signatures (bottom left). The Prime Minister said she did not believe in halting the deadline after the EU offered a delay plan, adding: 'I do not believe that we should be revoking Article 50.' The petition has also been backed by physicist Brian Cox, actress Jennifer Saunders (centre), singer Annie Lennox, actors Eddie Marsan and Andy Serkis (left) and author AC Grayling. With the highest sign-up rate on record, more than two million people had pledged their support by the time Mrs May fielded questions in Brussels last night. Support for the petition is concentrated in London and constituencies around Cambridge, Brighton, Bristol, Oxford and Edinburgh (as shown, bottom right).

Sterling held above $1.31 today after plunging towards $1.30 yesterday in its biggest one-day fall of 2019 as fears mounted Britain would crash out of the EU next Friday.

Teenager who wowed Question Time viewers with her 'wonderfully eloquent' response to Brexit chaos is a member of Labour's youth wing who is campaigning for voting age to be lowered to 16 

The 16-year-old delivered a damning assessment of Brexit, criticising Britain's leaders for putting party 'before the country it's trying to govern'. The teenager criticised David Cameron for making the referendum a policy 'because he didn't want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to Ukip'. She was praised on social media for her calm demeanour after proposing an extension and a return to representative democracy through a general election, 'because that's what this country was built on'. Pictured top right: Twitter user @cbicknellmusic, who said the young woman 'absolutely nails it'. Centre right: Sally Thomas, who said the teenager was 'brilliant'. Bottom right: Broadcaster Richard Bacon tweeted: 'When they ask her one day what she'd say to her 16 year old self, she'll say, "nothing really, nailed it".'

Morgan Freeman has converted his 124-acre ranch in Mississippi into a sanctuary for bees, in a bid to help the counter the insects' decreasing population, Forbes reported on Wednesday. 

A bomb squad from Ireland's Defence Forces was called in after staff at the depot near Limerick (pictured) discovered the suspect item at around 6am on Friday.

Horrifying moment man in a white baseball hat STABS a priest as he conducts a televised mass at a Montreal church  

A priest has been stabbed during morning mass at a church in Montreal that was being broadcast live online and on television. At around 8.40am, Father Claude Grou was conducting the service at Saint Joseph's Oratory when the attacker, who has not been named, suddenly rushed at him from one of the pews. He ran towards the priest, stabbing him in the upper body, as members of the congregation watched on in horror. Father Grou fell to the ground but got back up immediately as worshipers stood between him and the attacker to put distance between them until police arrived. The attacker has not been named or charged. He was taken into custody and will be interviewed this afternoon. It remains unclear what his motive was.

Gary Harrington-Walsh, 31, from Wirral, Merseyside, uploaded the sex tape featuring his ex to Pornhub, before sending naked photos of her to her school in the Middle East, where pornography is illegal.

'It looks like a B&Q Warehouse': Couple give their 1920s home an £80,000 face-lift by painting it black and orange - leaving Ugly House to Lovely House viewers saying it was better BEFORE

Viewers slammed a couple last night for turning their home into 'a B&Q store' after they spent £80,000 on renovations including neon orange windows and grey walls. Amifa and Amin appeared on Channel 4's Ugly House to Lovely House as they sought to transform their 'dark and condemned' home 'on a tight budget'. The pair initially said they hoped to make small changes to their 1920s property, in a bid to not end up with something 'radically different' to other homes in the street. However the couple, from Bellingham in south east London, were transfixed after they were presented with a swatch sample for an orange window frame. But when the final transformation was revealed at the end of the show, viewers were shocked to find all the windows had been redone with the unsightly neon colour.

Roger Whiteside, chief executive of the Greggs bakery chain, received an OBE for services to women and equality from the Queen at a Windsor Castle investiture ceremony today.

The supermarkets described the Competition and Markets Authority's provisional findings into the merger as 'prohibition in all but name' as they may have to sell up.

Britain's Got Talent star made £85,000 with her boyfriend in dark web drugs racket

Olivia Archbold (left, outside Manchester Crown Court today), 23, of Manchester, who had been tipped as the 'new Charlotte Church' (right, on Britain's Got Talent in 2010), broke up and sold the drugs in batches to a network of customers. The singer's boyfriend Alex Nash, 24, used Bitcoin to order cannabis online from Holland and the US over three years and made up to £85,000 from the racket - including up to £9,000 a month. The pair would inject the cannabis consitituent Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC into chocolate bars and sweets before posting packages around the country using encrypted messaging. But police began investigating after two consignments of herbal cannabis were intercepted from the Netherlands which had been addressed to Archbold at the couple's flat in Manchester city centre. Officers later raided the flat in June 2017.

Mourners in Dungannon, County Tyrone, attended a requiem mass to say farewell to 17-year-old Morgan Barnard, who died in the tragedy on Sunday along with Lauren Bullock, 17, and Connor Currie, 16.

Conservative MP Christopher Davies, pictured today arriving at Westminster Magistrates court will be sentenced in crown court after he admitted submitting false parliamentary expenses.

Pictures show hilarious cooking fails including pizza that has lost its toppings in the

Cooking can be hard but these pictures reveal just how wrong dinner can go. The images from around the world include a pizza that has lost its toppings (top right) and a severely burnt (bottom middle) grilled cheese sandwich. Also included are seven eggs that have been boiled so much they have burnt (top right), a destroyed birthday cake (bottom right) and a plastic chopping board (bottom left) that has melted after being left on the hob. For one woman (top middle) the kitchen drama became too much and she slumped to the floor, leaving her cat to eat the spilled dinner.

WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT: The ferry sank in the Tigris river in Iraq on Thursday after a suspected technical fault. 94 people have died in the accident, while around 55 people were rescued.

Josh Coles, 27, has been banned from keeping fish for five years after he was filmed swallowing a goldfish for a 'social media stunt' at Bridgwater Carnival in Somerset last year.

Adam Johnson is reunited with his daughter after prison release

The footballer's ex-girlfriend Stacey Flounders (right, today), the mother of his child, headed to the gym this morning while their four-year-old daughter, Ayla, was reunited with him at his home. Johnson's father, Dave Johnson, drove him away from HMP Moorland just after midnight (left) and his van later arrived at the footballer's home in an upmarket village in County Durham. Speaking to MailOnline this morning, his father (inset, with Johnson's daughter last week) said: 'We are glad to have him home.' The former Sunderland winger (inset after his 2015 arrest), now 31, served just half of the six-year sentence behind bars. He was jailed for grooming, kissing and touching a 15-year-old fan.

Joel Urhie died when flames tore through hi family home in Deptford, south east London on August 7. Today, nine months on, police released images of the man seen at a nearby garage.

Tinder reject brands girl a 'hungry hippo' with 'more rolls than Greggs' after she turned

A 22-year-old woman from Warrington, Cheshire, was met with a barrage of fat-shaming abuse after she rejected someone on Tinder. Becky Kerr, a supermarket baker, was branded a 'hungry hippo' and a 'sack of potatoes' by a man named Tom on the dating app. But Miss Kerr refused to be riled by the hurtful fat-shaming messages and responded jokingly to the vengeful Tinder match. He carried on with the abuse, calling her 'Shrek' and 'fat ugly horribly dirty and obese'.

After Marmite announced the launch of their new peanut butter hybrid spread, the Femail team decided to put it to the taste test - with some very mixed results.

Cobham services between junctions nine and 10 on the M25 has been ranked as the No1 service station in Britain, thanks to its impressive array of facilities.

Thousands of California families living in RVs as exorbitant rents leave many facing

Homeless people living in RVs has become a crisis across California, from the suburban streets of Los Angeles (main) to lines near Stanford University in Palo Alto (top, bottom right). Californians such as Los Angeles man Joe (inset) are living in the vehicles for a variety of reasons; they run the gamut from families who can no longer afford their neighborhood but want to keep their children in local schools to working professionals who simply find rents too high. The scale of the situation is so vast that organizations and non-profits such as SafeParkingLA have sprung up to identify and organize safe, guarded lots where homeless people can park their RVs, camper vans and other vehicles to sleep. The number of homeless living in RVs is disputed, however, because they are often missed in counts, do not access separate homeless services or do not consider themselves homeless at all.

Opening batsman Alex Hales is accused of being unfaithful in the Caribbean. His partner Danni Gisbourne, 26, was initially 'clueless' and then 'devastated' when she found out.

EXCLUSIVE: Jude Osborne, 45, Lucy Jones, 40, and Dave Brooks, 54, from the UK, saw 95 per cent of their flaky, dry skin calmed by Soratinex products.

Size 6 bride-to-be breaks down in tears as she reveals she was called FAT by her hard-to-please mother while searching for her dream wedding dress

Jacinthe (right), from Lancashire, is reduced to floods of tears in tonight's episode of Say Yes To The Dress after revealing her own mother called her 'fat.' The slim size six bride-to-be reveals she is under pressure to find a wedding dress that not only she loves but that her strict, hard to please mum approves of as well. As she breaks down, super stylist and presenter Gok Wan (inset) reassures her 'there's more fat on a chip.'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was asked if it is possible Trump was 'raised' to 'help save the Jewish people from the Iranian menace' and responded that the 'Lord is at work here.'

A professor resigned at Utah Valley University after he allegedly admitted to watching child porn during a lecture.He is under criminal investigation following student complaints.

United in grief: Thousands of people gather for mosque terror memorial

New Zealand fell silent on Friday afternoon during a poignant memorial service exactly a week after the Christchurch terror attack. Hundreds of Muslims and non-Muslims gathered in the city's Hagley Park opposite the Al Noor mosque where worshipers were gunned down. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, wearing a black and gold headscarf in solidarity with the Islamic faith, briefly addressed the emotional gathering. 'New Zealand mourns with you. We are one,' she said. 

Thousands of women across New Zealand have put religious differences aside and proudly donned hijabs in memory of the 50 victims killed in last week's terrorist attack in Christchurch.

Disabled man creates comic video of his attempts to cook dinner using prosthetic arm - which end in disaster

Chris Ruden, 28, from Coconut Creek in Florida made the video to show off his brilliant sense of humor as well as the many challenges he faces in the kitchen when it comes time to cook. Chris was left with only two fingers on his left hand due to a congenital birth defect.

The unnamed man was reported missing as the Baralearia line's Hypatia de Alejandría ship docked at Palma, Majorca, a few minutes after 7am local time.

Eight more migrants have been stopped on two boats in the Channel this morning near Kent, after 16 Iraqi nationals were seized by Border Force officials earlier this week.



'We had a chase around the table in a lighthearted way': Murdering midwife reveals how she 'bantered' while beating her husband to death with rolling pin as she is jailed for life 

Hannegret Donnelly has been jailed for life after battering her husband to death with a rolling pin at their Buckinghamshire home. The mother-of-four inflicted 78 injuries on husband Christopher who suffered from bronchial pneumonia. Police retrieved two rolling pins from their Aylesbury house which Donnelly admitted using to beat her husband (right). She even revealed in police interviews how she would chase him with the utensil around the kitchen table. A jury at Kingston-upon-Thames Crown Court unanimously convicted Donnelly after a 13-day trial. The court heard how she waited 12 hours to call paramedics after Christopher had died.

A judge at Bolton Crown Court told Sharon Meehan (pictured) she could have faced jail if she spent the benefits money on a 'high-flying lifestyle'. Meehan was given 180 hours of unpaid work.

Yesterday Aaron Campbell, 16, admitted to abduction rape and murder. He was jailed for 27 years for the killing of Alesha MacPhail, 6, on the Isle of Bute. Her mother has spoken out.

Focusing on what other people in the same social group are doing can boost water-saving, study finds (Rui Vieira/PA)

In the UK, water shortages are set to be one of the biggest problems caused by climate change, with the Environment Agency warning England faces a lack of clean water within 25 years without action.

His body was discovered by cantonal police in Valais, Switzerland, yesterday morning after friends reported him missing when he did not return home.

Even US singer Barbra Streisand isn't immune to the pitfalls of Brexit, and has told how she lost $2 million (£1.52 million) when buying fine art in 2016, following the vote to leave the European Union.

DW Fitness First has listed different exercises to target specific parts of the body depending on a bride-to-be's chosen look. The styles covered include backless, corset and mermaid.

Jared Gale, 38, of Utah, spent years perplexed as to why his body wasn't developing as it should be - leaving him looking 10 years old at 18 - before he was diagnosed with Kallmann Syndrome.

Harvey Hawkins, from Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales, is in end of life care due to gut failure and 30 other issues. His mother Jamie-Louise Wallace, 29, said they have been sent more than 1,000 clips.

China chemical plant blast kills 47, injures hundreds more

A massive explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China which has a long record of safety violations has killed at least 47 people and injured hundreds of others, 90 of them seriously. Windows in buildings as far as about six kilometers (four miles) away were blown out by the force of the explosion yesterday afternoon, which caused a magnitude 2.2 seismic shock. The blast in an industrial park in the city of Yancheng, about three hours drive north of Shanghai, was one of China's worst industrial accidents in recent years. Footage shows firefighters still trying to put out the fire this morning in the seriously wrecked factory.

The clip believed to be from Manchester shows thugs throwing the delivery driver from his van, attacking him, and then stealing parcels from the vehicle. GMP said they had no record of the crime.

The new 2019 Peter Rabbit 50p coin was only rolled out three days ago, but it's already prompting bidding wars on eBay with resellers placing it on the bidding site for as much as £499.99.

The unnamed driver can be seen jumping to safety as a coach full of people smash into the back of his lorry on a carriageway in Guangdong, China sending it flying into the barrier just inches away.

Hundreds of thousands of NHS patients could be referred to private hospitals for non-urgent treatment under proposed plans to give them more options after a 26-week wait.

Baby Grady (pictured at two weeks old) was born from his father's frozen testicular tissue during an experiment by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh. His father previously had chemo.

Pedro Reyes, right, and Evan McKenna, left, both 18, attended their first dance together last year. They will also go to the senior Morristown West High School prom in April.

The unnamed woman - who was treated in a hospital in Japan - provided a sample of the flour, which revealed 4,500 dust mites per gram (pictured at 1,000 times zoomed in).

Fake nail designer threatens to take Primark to court after accusing them of COPYING her

Jerri Cook (left) 30, from Waterlooville, Hants, claims Primark 'stole' the hand-painted designs (top right) she began selling in 2016 for its own remarkably similar 'Cactus Queen' range (bottom right).The press-on plastic nails being sold for £2.50 by Primark look almost identical to the £14.99 design Jerri has been selling from her online Etsy shop, which she runs from home.

Alisa Tepikina (pictured), 22, gave birth to a girl in Russia's Sverdlovsk region but was left screaming in pain as the recently-qualified medic is said to have pulled roughly on the umbilical cord.

The caveman diet consisted mainly of meat in what researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany call a 'very monotonous diet'.

New York-based gynecologist Dr Amir Marashi, also known as 'the vagina whisperer', took DailyMail.com behind the scenes of a labiaplasty on an 18-year-old college student.

The new 2019 Peter Rabbit 50p coin was only rolled out three days ago, but it's already prompting bidding wars on eBay with resellers placing it on the bidding site for as much as £499.99.

Stunning photos reveal America's incredible contrasting landscapes

America - it's time for your close-up. And it has to be said, you're looking particularly dramatic, charming, epic and beautiful. These images, put together by MailOnline Travel, show the jaw-dropping diversity of the country. There are hot springs, bewitching oaks, rugged islands, cobbled streets and picturesque train journeys. Pictured clockwise from top left: Hawaii, Alaska, North Carolina and Alpena, Michigan.

The Range Rover Evoque was parked on Keri Yates' drive in the West Midlands. At 1am the hooded thief walked onto her driveway and opened the car doors with a click of an illegal relay device.

Colin Lee, 79, from Northampton, pictured left, started playing football aged six. Now more than 70 years later Mr Lee, said he has no intention to hang up his gloves despite a spot of arthritis.

Mary Doyle, 28, from Newport in south Wales, has bravely waived her right to anonymity to speak out about her evil stepfather Mark Garnett, 52, who was finally jailed for seven years.

The heartbreaking moment parents meet their 'perfect' baby girl after she died

When Nicole Thomson felt what she thought were signs of pre-term labour at 33 weeks pregnant she was filled with excitement at the prospect of meeting her baby girl early. But just hours later the Queensland-based mother-of-three and her husband Chase were faced with their worst nightmare when they were told by doctors that their beautiful baby, Esther Mae, had died (left and right). 'My natural instinct was to check on her, to cuddle her, to feed her and each time that I laid eyes on Esther, my heart would break a little more,' she said.

A total of 4,672 cases of tuberculosis were diagnosed in England in 2018, according to data released today by Public Health England. The figure is almost half as many as in 2011.

The delivery woman throws herself onto the bonnet of the Vauxhall in a bid to stop him escaping, but the woman eventually loses her grip as the thief speeds off in Wigan, Greater Manchester.

Russia's Advanced Research Foundation (ARF), the military research division behind the new technology, said the ultimate goal is to have an army of robots controlled by AI.

This image provided by NASA shows astronauts Anne McClain and Nick Hague taking a spacewalk to replace aging batteries on the International Space Station on Friday, March 22, 2019. Friday's spacewalk is the first of three planned excursions to replace batteries and perform other maintenance.   (NASA via AP)

NASA's Anne McClain and Nick Hague are scheduled to work in space for several hours to swap out three old nickel-hydrogen batteries with more powerful lithium-ion batteries.

'Why would I want to kill my mum?' Chilling moment woman, 22, coldly denies murdering her mother while being interviewed by police just hours after she bludgeoned her to death

Footage from police interviews with teaching student Simona Zafirovska (pictured) has been released a week after she was sentenced to life behind bars for murder. Radica Zafirovska, 56, died in her home in Brisbane's inner northwest on October 28, 2016. In the footage Zafirovska denies playing any part in her mother's death. Throughout the initial police interview, just hours after the murder, Zafirovska appeared emotionless.

The man - who has not been named - was referred to the infectious disease department at the University of Iowa after he developed a non-itchy, painless rash three months before.

A man branded the 'worst domestic abuser' a judge had seen is back in prison six months after his release. Craig Thomas, 38, from Cardiff, beat his ex-girlfriend Charlotte Rooks with hammers.

Some 250 youngsters from five primary schools in the capital city have been wearing the state-of-the-art backpacks since Monday, as part of the Breathe London project.

Nine germs that can have disastrous outcomes, including septicaemia, meningitis and pneumonia, were identified in a study by the University of North Georgia.

Infuriating puzzle challenges viewers to find the hidden objects in just 45 seconds

A surprisingly tricky puzzle has baffled internet users with its challenge to find the hidden objects in four images in just 45 seconds,and it will test your eyesight to its limit. The first image is pictured below, but can you see the hidden Mona Lisa face among the cards?

Indoctrination starts with early morning patriotic songs and sessions of self-criticism, and often ends with a meal of only pork, according to Omir Bekali, an exiled former detainee.

In 2017/18, councils located almost 12,500 dumped cars - more than twice as many as 2013/14 financial year. It cost councils £525k to remove these stricken motors from their dumping grounds.

The fresh funding, first reported by Sky News, means Debenhams can shore up its balance sheet and stay in business, whilst also evading the clutches of Ashley - its biggest shareholder.

Terrifying moment a bear mauls a forest officer and chases him into reservoir after rescue mission goes wrong 

WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT Forest protection officer, Kumar, had been trying to drive the bear away from Velugodu Reservoir in Andhra Pradesh, India, and take it to the forest. He and other officers had cornered the bear and were trying to tie it up with ropes when it broke free and began its attack. It chases Kumar into the water and mauls him until other workers manage to distract it by throwing stones. Kumar was rushed to Kurnool General hospital where he is still recovering.

Savvy mother-to-be Jessica May Magill, from Sydney, has revealed how she prepared a staggering 152 meals and 228 snacks at 37 weeks pregnant in preparation for her baby's birth.

The man, identified only by his surname Ri, was accused of damaging Kim's 'supreme dignity' by taking video directly in front of the dictator during North Korea's so-called elections on March 10.

Our Planet, filmed in 50 countries on all continents across four years using the latest in 4K camera technology, will premiere on the streaming service on April 5 in more than 190 countries.

Devastating 134mph winds wreak havoc in China as powerful gusts uproot trees and blow away COACHES

Hail, heavy rain and strong gusts as high as 134mph battered a city in south China last night. Meteorological authorities in Guilin, Guangxi Autonomous Region issued severe thunderstorm and hailstorm warnings at about 9pm local time, advising residents to take precautionary measures and stay indoors. Shocking footage filmed by local residents show strong gales uprooting trees, blowing away buses and shattering windows. No injuries have been reported.

Brenda Rivers Stearns, 32, of Ohio, struggled with her postnatal figure. It took the birth of her fifth child for her to accept and love her body. Now vile trolls' comments spur her on to post more candid pics.

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Grooming expert turns her poodle into polar bear, dragon and peacock with crazy extreme

Rachelle Lynn McGinnis, 33, from Missouri, spends hours transforming her dog Bijou, 12, to look like other animals. Using creative grooming - including trimming, hairspray and even dye - she's made Bijou look like a polar bear, a horse and a dragon. Rachelle uses controversial methods such as fur carving in order to achieve the impressive transformation and maintains her pet loves the sessions. (Pictured clockwise from top left: Bijou as a polar bear, peacock, pony and green dragon. Inset: as the dog looks normally)

The beam of light was spotted on an office building escalator during a sunny morning in Toronto, Canada. As the steps move upwards, the light appears to jump from step to step.

The footage shows the little black cat at its home in Knoxville, Tennessee, with its ordeal caught on camera by giggling owner Drew LaFasto and her fiance Zach Ellis.

Hilarious moment two college students balance a couch on SCOOTERS to wheel it two miles across city to their friend's house 

Matt Cortigiani and Alex Wheels caught the attention of an entire St Louis neighborhood as they wheeled the bulky item between their houses on rented Lime scooters, after failing to find a truck to move it for them. Ivana Bosnjak, who posted the original video Facebook can be heard saying 'The stuff you see in South City'.



Brave surfers take on one of Britain's most spectacular tidal phenomena as stunning drone footage captures the first five-star Severn Bore of 2019

It's not Bondi Beach or Maui. Instead surfers from around the world braved chilly conditions of Newnham-on-Severn, in Gloucestershire to ride the river's Bore, on Friday. The Bore, which is a tidal phenomena that occurs in the lower reaches of the river, can been surging up the estuary carrying a slew of surfers. Hundreds of spectators are also seen lined along the riverbank to catch a glimpse of the first and only daytime five-star bore.

This image provided by Google shows the animated Google Doodle on Thursday, March 21, 2019. Google is celebrating composer Johann Sebastian Bach with its first artificial intelligence-powered Doodle. Google says the Doodle uses machine learning to "harmonize the custom melody into Bach's signature music style."   (Google via AP)

Google is celebrating composer Johann Sebastian Bach with its first artificial intelligence-powered Doodle. It encourages users to compose their own two-measure melody.

Veterinary surgeon Ben Cranke, 54, captured these incredible images of the battle between the big cat and a herd of buffalo in Botswana in southern Africa.

Tottenham release stunning new time-lapse video showing incredible £1BILLION stadium that took three years to build rising from the ground ahead of grand unveiling

Tottenham have released a time-lapse video of their £1billion stadium being built from it's foundations in 2016 to present day as the club finally get ready to make their move back to the White Hart Lane site. After years of work, the state-of-the-art stadium will be unveiled on Sunday when the club hold their first major test event. It hasn't all been plain sailing for the club after they suffered a series of set-backs during the stadium's three-year construction.