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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas looks besotted as they leave Jodhpur
Newlyweds Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas was seen for the first time on Monday as they departed Jodhpur the day after their second wedding ceremony.
Midwife Samantha Eastwood's killer laid 'false trail' after murder
Married Michael Stirling murdered Ms Eastwood after an affair, and then dumped her body in a shallow grave on the edge of the Staffordshire Moorland.
'Witch' on trial for boiling girl in a cauldron at German festival
Reinhold K., aged 33, is accused of dropping an 18-year-old woman into a cauldron of boiling water during a carnival in Eppingen, southwest Germany while dressed as a witch.
Chilling aerial photos reveal the forgotten remains of tragic Lockerbie Pan Am plane in a scrapyard
Eight lorry loads of debris were taken from an army base in Carlisle to Lincolnshire after the terror attack which killed 270. What could be salvaged in Lockerbie is being stored in a scrapyard.
Theresa May admits her battle for her Brexit deal is 'tough'
In an interview in ITV's This Morning, Theresa May was asked by presenters Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes whether she was 'knackered'.
Pensioner, 69, 'who identifies as a 45-year-old' LOSES legal bid to have his age reduced by 20 years
Emile Ratelband, a self-styled 'positivity guru', asked the court in Arnhem, the Netherlands, to formally change his date of birth to make him 49 years old, instead of his real age of 69.
Stunning photos reveal the brutal conditions faced by sailors protecting WW2 Arctic Convoys 
Black and white images have been transformed to show the harsh life on ships heading to and from freezing northern ports in the Soviet Union during the Second World War.
Don't test us, MI6 boss warns Russia
MI6 chief Alex Younger said agencies are developing a new type of espionage which takes into account rising cyber threats during a rare public talk at St Andrews University, his alma mater.
Armed police officers shoot man in Wimbledon in pre-planned operation
The man was shot at 8.10am today on Lacock Close, Wimbledon, south west London. He was taken to hospital and his condition is not known. A second man was arrested for conspiracy to rob.
Family who sold everything they owned to travel the world reveal
Clare and Ian Fisher left Wales with their two young children to enjoy locations such as Malaysia and New Zealand. To help fund their trip, they were paid by businesses to share posts about it on social media.
Dean Wilkins admits ABH during Fifty Shades-style sex with Tinder date
Dean Wilkins, 36, slapped and punched Lucy Archer (pictured), 33, during a sex session before she fled to the street past neighbours in Lincoln as her date reassured them: 'It's all right, this is only role play'.
Pervert who filmed up more than 30 women's skirts on his lunch break is jailed for 20 months 
Nigel Matt (pictured) was today jailed after selecting victims at the Queensgate shopping centre in Peterborough before filming them to watch the footage afterwards in a 10-month campaign.
MPs WON'T know details of post-Brexit immigration system before they vote on May's deal
Home Secretary Sajid Javid admitted it is 'very unlikely' that the government plans will be published before December 11.
Audi driver almost causes a pile-up and then risks ANOTHER just seconds later
Footage captured on a dash cam shows a grey Audi speeding along a dual carriageway in the path of a van and try to drive onto the slip road near Langhurst Wood Road, Horsham.
Lion cub refuses to stay still in photoshoot and then BITES TV presenter’s bottom
A cute two-month-old lion was filmed refusing to stay put during a photoshoot with a famous TV presenter before biting her rear in the Russian capital of Moscow.
Tony Blair says second referendum should be a choice between hard Brexit and Remain
Tony Blair lashed the PM's Brexit deal - saying she had come up with an agreement that 'yielded' too much to Brussels and failed to live up to the expectations of Brexiteers.
Collapse of civilisations on the horizon without climate action
Sir David has called on leaders to take action on global warming in an address to UN climate talks in Katowice, Poland, on behalf of ordinary people around the world.
Escape rat race with this magnificent six-bed home on its own peninsula (as long as you have £10m) 
Gurrow Point overlooks the River Dart in Devon and comes complete with 79 acres of its own land, which largely consists of woodland but also boasts its own private beach.
Has the mystery of Agatha Christie's 11-day disappearance finally been solved?
Historians have been debating for years as to why the author (pictured) vanished at the height of her fame in 1926, leaving her home in Sunningdale, Berkshire after kissing her daughter goodbye.
Woman offers fake money and pasty for beauty treatment
Coll Livia (pictured), who co-owns Bombshell Studio in Wigan, Greater Manchester, received the bizarre run of messages from an unnamed customer desperate for 'Russian' lashes.
Swimming trunks! Tour guide is joined in the pool by an ELEPHANT at South African safari lodge
Tour guide Ivan Ueckermann (pictured), 30, filmed his hilarious encounter with the huge mammal while taking a dip at Mhondoro Safari Lodge and Villa in South Africa on November 9.
Fans gush over Dick and Angel Strawbridge Escape to the Chateau as they host 'perfect' wedding
Dick Strawbridge and his wife Angel, who bought the 45-bedroom Château-de-la-Motte Husson in the Loire Valley in France for £280k in 2014, wowed fans with their creativity and sheer graft.
New EU rules on data protection are a 'gift to paedophiles'
Children's charities from 26 European countries have written to EU officials including Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (pictured) demanding changes.
Why Meghan Markle AVOIDS reading negative stories about herself
The Duchess of Sussex, 37, is, however, 'aware' of the headlines about her, an insider told Vanity Fair. It comes amid suggestions of tensions between the Cambridges and Sussexes.
Pippa Middleton and husband James go for stroll with baby Arthur
The couple were spotted taking a stroll near their London home on Saturday, with Pippa, 35, sheltering under an umbrella as James, 43, took charge of the pushchair and the couple's Labrador.
I'm A Celebrity SPOILER: Rita Simons screeches as cockroaches and mealworms get into her KNICKERS
Rita Simons, 41, screeches when the cockroaches and mil-worms wiggle in her knickers during the upcoming Stars of the Silver Scream trial.
Amazon is set to take cashier-free technology to bigger stores
The firm is already testing the Amazon Go system in small convenience stores located in Seattle, where the firm's headquarters are as well as San Francisco and Chicago.
Transgender services GP is fined for failing to register online services
Helen Webberley, 49, ran the online Gender GP clinic from her home in Abergavenny, Wales, in a bid to help children looking for gender reassignment but her licence to operate it was refused.
Passengers burst into laughter as flight attendant performs sultry safety demonstration
A pole dancing air steward gave passengers more than they had anticipated for with his sultry rendition of the evacuation procedures on board a flight from Chicago to Nebraska.
Batgirl superfan reveals how she's spent £10K on costumes and 'bat cave' in her garden
Katie Howett, 27, from Leicestershire, regularly dresses up as the superhero, and has made daughter Ivy her own Batmobile. She explained how she's always wanted to be Batgirl.
Three accidents on a single stretch of the M4 motorway
There were three separate incidents on the M4 motorway between junctions 14 in the North Wessex Downs and 20 near Bristol over a three-hour period from 6am to 9am this morning.
MPs at war over Brexit legal advice that 'says UK could be trapped in EU customs union FOREVER'
Theresa May is resisting huge pressure to disclose the private opinion Attorney General Geoffrey Cox gave on the package she has thrashed out with Brussels.
Rare 'yellow snow' blankets north-west China due to freezing temperatures and sandstorms
Videos filmed by locals in Xinjiang region show white snow covered by a layer of sand and dust. Expert says the unusual phenomenon was caused by cold weather and dust storms over the weekend.
Brexit vote could be scrapped as PM goes back to Brussels
The crucial vote - due to go ahead next Monday - could be postponed as Tory whips urge Theresa May to go back to EU to renegotiate her deal. It comes amid fear her deal could lose by 200 votes.
Former police officer, 44, admits three further indecent photo charges
Former West Midlands Police officer Lee Bartram, 44, of West Bromwich, had already admitted five counts of making indecent images of a child and two of distributing similar images in August.
Thrifty mum makes Christmas dinner for £3.75 per head
Savvy shopper Claire Walton, 32, from Leek in Staffordshire, dished up the festive feast with all the trimmings for herself, her three children and partner for just £18.75.
German couple sue farmer over her herd's clanging COWBELLS near their home
A couple who moved to Holzkirchen, south of Munich, Germany, complained to Regina Killer in 2014 over the noise from her herd of cows which graze in the next-door meadow.
Russian Soyuz rocket successfully launches three astronauts toward the International Space Station
American Anne McClain, Canadian David Saint-Jacques and Russian Oleg Kononenko successfully took off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Monday on their way to the ISS.
The shocking moment a tractor driver tips a bucket of MANURE over hunt saboteurs' van
This is the shocking moment the Lincoln Hunt Saboteurs were chased by a manure-tipping tractor driver as they drove along a road in Hixon, Staffordshire.
WhatsApp messages reveal Khashoggi called Crown Prince a 'beast'
Omar Abdulaziz, who lives in Canada, said he believes he was hacked in August by Saudi authorities just two months before Khashoggi's brutal killing at the consulate in Istanbul.
Bungling police 'delete CCTV of masked intruder inside elderly couple's home'
A masked burglar was caught raiding Matt hunt's elderly parent's home in Tenterden, Kent on its CCTV, but Matt fears police 'missed the boat' on stopping the jewellery being sold on.
Surrey man called a 'zombie' after using steroid creams for his acne
Matt Hess, 27, from Surrey, UK, was prescribed steroids at 21. Although they provided some relief, Mr Hess' skin came back worse than ever when he developed topical steroid addiction.
Author's book about reducing plastic is sent out wrapped in plastic
Martin Dorey wrote the book to try and help people reduce the use of single-use plastic, but was shocked when copies were sent out wrapped in cellophane (pictured) by an American distributor.
Car narrowly avoids a head on collision and almost tips over after speeding on a country lane 
Footage captured on a dash cam shows Karl Brackenbury, 56, driving along a country lane between Trehan and Trematon in Cornwall on October 14 at around 2pm.
Sajid Javid says he was bullied like 'waterboarded' Syrian refugee
Home Secretary Sajid Javid said the video of the notorious attack on Jamal, which sparked a public outcry, was an 'outrage'.
DOMINIC LAWSON: Why it's hard not to gloat at travails of Macron
DOMINIC LAWSON: We mustn't gloat about the public uprising in Paris. Some of it has involved setting fire to buildings. And there are some pretty unpleasant types among the demonstrators.
DNA reveals 18-year-old farmer 'Ava' who died 4,250 years ago was the daughter of immigrants
According to new research led by archaeologist Maya Hoole from the Achavanich Beaker Burial Project, Ava died around 4,350 years ago as opposed to 3,700 years ago as previously thought
The stunning short-listed images in Chartered Institute of Building photography competition
The Art of Building Photographer of Year contest is run by the British Chartered Institute of Building and the judges have drawn up a shortlist of their favourite 12 images.
Riot police beat up lone protester in shocking video from Paris
The shocking incident, allegedly filmed during Saturday's protest, took place on Rue de Berri in Paris, just over half-a-mile from the Arc de Triomphe, where demonstrators wrote graffiti.
Lotto players threaten to boycott National Lottery over rule changes
Among the alterations was the abolition of the Lotto Millionaire Raffle - which gave out a £1million payout twice a week. Rollovers will also be capped at a maximum of five times.
Bullfighter walks away unscathed after being hurled 16ft into the air by bucking bronco
The astonishing moment, caught on camera, shows a rampaging bull being released into the arena in São Paulo, Brazil, as it tries to shake a bull rider from its back.
George H.W. Bush's service dog Sully lies by former president's coffin
The image shows ‘Sully,’ a specially trained golden lab, mournfully lying down as George H.W. Bush’s flag-draped coffin is seen a few feet from him in Houston, Texas on Sunday.
Number of one-person households is set to rise by a QUARTER over next 25 years
The Office for National Statistics said nearly 2 million more people will be living on their own by 2041 - a surge driven by growing numbers of elderly living alone.
You can afford a new kitchen for Christmas!
According to one of the UK’s leading interior stylists, Sophie Robinson there are some simple, budget-friendly tricks you can use such as creating a statement floor with cheap lino.
Moment Russian reality TV star launches sickening jealous attack on his girlfriend, 21
Andrey Shabarin, 34, attacked his girlfriend Rozalia Raison, 21, during the popular Russian show 'Dom 2' - meaning House 2 - filmed in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean.
'You never listen to me': Macron scolds Saudi Crown Prince over Khashoggi murder
Emmanuel Macron spoke to Mohammed bin Salman for five minutes on the side of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires on Friday. A video is believed to show the French leader chiding his counterpart.
Eco warrior demands Royal Mail pay £800k over littered elastic bands
Paul Brown, of Wallasey in Merseyside, has called on the government to issue the eye-watering £800,000 charge - an £80 littering fine for every band (pictured) he has picked up off the floor.
Gamer has to have his right leg amputated after falling onto a railway track while hunting POKEMON
GRAPHIC CONTENT. A man in Salisbury, Wiltshire, had to have his right leg cut off above the knee after suffering third and fourth degree burns when he fell onto an electrified train track.
Prince Harry and Meghan will spend Christmas with William and Kate
Contrary to reports that the two couples are going their separate ways this year, the Daily Mail can reveal that both will be with the Queen in Norfolk for the Royal Family's traditional festive celebrations.
Fears grow for missing transgender military veteran after she wrote: 'Tonight I'll sleep eternal'
Tiffany Aching (pictured) was last seen on CCTV in Barnstaple and friends and the military veteran, 47, wrote that she would 'sleep eternal' before she vanished.
Neighbours pull together to transform their homes into winter wonderlands
In Westfield, East Sussex, thirty homes deck out their homes with dozens of strings of twinkling lights while in Burnham-On-Sea, Somerset Christmas lights are illuminating the streets.
I'm A Celebrity host Willoughby wows in denim hot pants on Gold Coast
Holly Willoughby enjoyed some downtime from her hectic schedule on Monday as she hit the beach on Australia's Gold Coast with her husband Dan Baldwin and their three children.
Chocoholics furious at Bounty to start Celebrations advent calendar
This year's Celebrations advent calendar held a Bounty behind the door for December 1 – the chocolate that is known for often being eaten last from a tin.
Lamborghini catches fire after driver’s incessant revving 
Shocking footage has emerged of the moment the rear of a Lamborghini erupted in flames following the driver's incessant revving along a busy high street in Vietnam.
Malin Akerman marries British actor Jack Donnelly in Mexico
Actress Malin Akerman, 40, married British actor Jack Donnelly, 32, wearing a pink slip dress in beach ceremony in Mexico on Saturday
Rebecca Adlington has found love again after divorcing Harry Needs
The Olympic swimmer, 29, spoke to OK! Magazine while in the Maldives about the relationship with her current boyfriend Andrew, 28, and ex Harry, 26.
Now you can become a Halal investor: The first Sharia-compliant robo-adviser launches in the U
The first Sharia-compliant robo-adviser has launched in the UK, allowing savers to invest in ethically responsible stocks, Islamic bonds called sukuk and gold.
Vic Reeves reveals he escaped clutches of serial killers Fred and Rose West
The Reeves and Mortimer star (pictured) said he thought the murderers had mistaken him for a girl when they picked him up in Gloucestershire in 1979, because of his long hair.
Sarah Ferguson says she ‘murdered herself’ with self-hatred followingdivorce from Prince Andrew
Fergie, 58, explained how she blamed herself for her split with the Duke of York in 1996, following ten years of marriage. However, she described her life with Andrew now as 'our fairy tale'.
Downing Street accuses Jeremy Corbyn of 'running scared' from Brexit TV debate
Both leaders have backed a debate on Sunday night - two days before the crunch vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal in the Commons - but failed to agree on format.
Police confirm bodies found on a Scottish shoreline belong to missing couple
A major search was launched by police when Susan and James Kenneavy's Ford Kuga was found at Drummore beach near Stranraer on Thursday after Storm Diana battered the UK.
Model with vitiligo stars on New York billboards
Aiesha Robinson, 29, from Montreal in Canada, was diagnosed with vitiligo in 2007, a skin condition that sees sufferers develop white patches on their skin caused by the loss of pigmentation.
Heartfelt letter on importance of family George H.W. Bush sent to his children 20-years-ago
The 41st President died on Friday, aged 94, surrounded by his family. Now, Bush's presidential library is releasing extracts from his letters and diaries which show how important family was to him.
Mother-of-three is embracing her mastectomy scars by posing topless after beating cancer THREE TIMES
Gemma Cockrell, 49, of London, has decided not to have breast reconstruction and urges women to feel comfortable in their own skin and not 'bullied' into procedures they aren't comfortable with.
Woman, 30, marries herself in New York
Actress and producer Jenilyn Rodriguez, 30, from New York, who is also a reiki healer, said she will 'never lose sight of myself again or become half of a duo', after marrying herself.
School tells parents to cap teachers' Christmas gifts at £50
St Helen and St Katharine Independent Girls' School in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, has told staff they cannot accept vouchers worth more than £100 from a group of students.
Man falls into a pool of alligators after his rope swing snaps – but he lives to tell the tale 
Footage captured Michael Womer, from Orlando, Florida, USA, as he climbs down a wooden step ladder and throws the alligators food as he nears their pit.
Drunk driver, 55, smashes his car into a POLICE STATION
Officers heard the silver Mazda 3 slam into bollards outside Wythenshawe police station in the early hours of this morning.
Britain's youngest Instagram influencer
Ralphie Waplington, from Brentwood in Essex, is still in nappies, but thanks to the efforts of his mum Stacey Woodhams, he has 14,000 Instagram followers and an ever-growing pile of freebies.
Inside the stunning Indian hotel where Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married 
The Umaid Bhawan Palace in Rajasthan, which was built between 1928 and 1943, is divided into a private residence for the Jodhpur royal family and a luxury five-star hotel.
Tribunal to decide if veganism is religious belief
Jordi Casamitjana, who is bringing the claim, alleges that he was sacked by the UK charity League Against Cruel Sports after raising concerns about its investment in animal testing products.
Heartwarming moment an orphaned baby white rhino is taught how to CHARGE
This is the moment a baby rhino couldn't contain her excitement when being taught how to charge by staff at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.
'Killer' croc captured in Philippines and will have the contents of its stomach checked for victim
Locals began hunting the 1,100lb reptile on Tuesday after the mutilated body of Cornelio Bonite, 33, was found on a river bank in the Palawan region, Philippines. The victim's arm and foot were missing.
Disney superfans show off their elaborate Christmas trees
Disney superfans have wasted no time taking to Instagram to show off their trees, festooned with plush toys such as Mickey and Donald Duck and topped off with their favourite characters.
American widow handed over $60,000 life savings to British con artist
Deborah Harmon, from Florida, was deceived by the fraudster who posed as a businessman in Manchester and convinced her to hand over her savings and take out loans to send him more cash.
Sully the dog will accompany George H. W. Bush's casket to Washington
The Boeing 747 jet will carry the 41st president of the United States' body from Texas to Washington, where he will lie in state in the rotunda of the US Capitol.
Trump boasts China will 'reduce and remove' tariffs on US car imports
Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping agreed to halt new tariffs during talks in Argentina on Saturday. The US agreed not to raise tariffs on $200bn in Chinese products from 10 per cent to 25 per cent.
Strictly: Charles Venn leaves the show as Ashley Roberts is saved by the judges
With a place in the semi final up for grabs, Sunday night's Strictly Come Dancing proved to be a tense affair.
Fans claim series is fixed after Malique is spotted with coat and bag minutes before he is voted off
Following the actor's exit on Sunday night's show, viewers pointed out that the actor was the only camp mate wearing his backpack.
Where's best for buy-to-let? Nottingham takes the top spot
Buy-to-let might not seem as attractive as it once was but there are still areas of the country where investors can find good returns.
Billy Connolly reveals wife is 'more like my nurse' and trying cannabis 'just got him stoned'
The Scottish comedian, 76, who now lives in Florida, was diagnosed with the degenerative illness in 2013 and said that his wife of almost 30 years had to help him out of chairs and to chop food.
Dynasties: Animal lovers left distraught by violent death of baby wolves
WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT: Last night's installment of the BBC One show followed painted wolf matriarchs Tait and Blacktip as they fought to protect their young in Zimbabwe.
Four out of five women at high risk of breast cancer do not want to take daily pill to prevent it
A survey by the University of Leeds asked for 400 women's views on the oestrogen-blocking drug tamoxifen, and found most of them were worried about the side effects it can cause.
Eerie pictures of abandoned homes show stocked kitchens and old prams in rural houses
Urban explorer Unseen Decay, from County Antrim, photographs homes that have been abandoned in rural Northern Ireland. Many of the houses haven't been lived in for 30 years.
Bouncers launch violent attack outside Manchester nightclub 
The video clip filmed outside Factory nightclub in Manchester in the early hours of Sunday shows the security staff relentlessly punching two men.
Qatar QUITS the Arab world's OPEC oil cartel amid tensions with Saudi Arabia
Qatar has been a member of OPEC since 1961, and the decision to pull out comes as Doha is under a boycott by former neighbouring allies including Saudi Arabia for 18 months.
Chinese gene-editing scientist is missing amid rumours of arrest
Reports claimed Chinese scientist He Jiankui was placed under house arrest in Shenzhen after making an appearance at a conference on gene editing in Hong Kong last Wednesday.
Meet the Nepalese bus driver who licks his own forehead
Yagya Bahadur Katuwal, 35, from Urlabari, Nepal, claims he has the longest tongue in the world, and can cover his nose with his bottom lip while he licks his eyebrows.
The heartwarming moment an athlete helps quadriplegic best friend become an Ironman
Hundreds of spectators cheered as Kevin Fergusson, 59, pushed Sid James, 60, in his wheelchair across the finish line of the 15th Ironman Western Australia in Busselton on Sunday.
Reckless highway maintenance van undertakes on the M6 at more than 60 mph 
Shocking footage has emerged of the moment a Highway Maintenance North West Ltd van made a sharp undercut across a busy M6 near Lancaster and endangered the lives of others.
Baby P's monster mother Tracey Connelly is allowed to contact her surviving children
The disgraced mother watched porn in a drunken haze as her 17-month-old son Peter, known as Baby P, was tortured to death. She can now write to her other children from jail.
Family of missing 15-year-old girl make desperate plea to find her
Angel Armstrong (pictured) was last seen by her family leaving her home in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, at 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
Six-month-old baby was ‘born with the eyes of a cat’
Lilien Molnar, was diagnosed with microphthalmia and coloboma at five days old, which have left the baby, of Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, with a narrow, discoloured iris.
Binmen surprise three-year-old girl with a birthday present
The video, captured by mother Nicole Smart, shows daughter Tillie's face light up as she receives her gift from the binmen in front of her grandmother's house in Northfleet, Kent.
New fathers will be checked for post-natal depression as part of an NHS shake-up
Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, said the health service 'has a role to play in helping support the whole family' particularly as fathers are 'expected to be more hands on'.
Neo-Nazi group System Resistance Network should be banned, says MP
White supremacist System Resistance Network is facing banning calls after it proclaimed Cardiff a 'Nazi Zone' earlier this year and National Action's founder praised its racist graffiti on a radio show.
Saudi Crown Prince filmed being ignored by leaders during G20 group photo amid Khashoggi outrage
Footage shows the royal fiddling with his clothes and standing awkwardly on his own at the back of the stage at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as others mingled.
Meet the NHS volunteers making a difference from an ex-security guard, 87, to a former nurse
Here four helpers explain their very different roles while a patient describes how she has benefited from a volunteer’s work.
Labour throws its support behind Daily Mail Christmas campaign to recruit army of NHS volunteers
Jonathan Ashworth, the shadow health and social care secretary, said he had ‘nothing but praise’ for those who gave something back to NHS services up and down Britain.
More than 7,000 volunteers sign up for the NHS in 48 hours after Daily Mail launches campaign
Together, as part of the Daily Mail Christmas campaign, they have pledged 400,000 hours of priceless support for NHS patients and frontline staff. The initiative is supported by Sir Cliff Richard.
Sir Cliff Richard among the celebrities backing Daily Mail campaign to recruit NHS volunteers
Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Tom Jones, Joanna Lumley, Chris Evans and Sir Clive Woodward are among the famous faces encouraging readers to spare just a few hours of their time to give NHS hospitals some help.
Discoverer of penicillin Sir Alexander Fleming KNEW about the threat of antibiotic resistance
Sir Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928, and warned of its dangers soon after, according to Dr Bill Frankland, 106, Sir Fleming's former student and clinical assistant at St Mary's Hospital, London.
I'm A Celebrity: John Barrowman EXCLUDED from tonight's vote as he sprains his ankle
The actor, 51, injured his ankle earlier in the evening when heading to clean some of the camp's pots and pans.
House for sale at Lakes by Yoo where Kay Burley hid in Celebrity Hunted
This private estate near the pretty town of Lechlade, in Gloucestershire, is also where several celebrities and millionaires own holiday homes.
Man who was found stabbed to death 'was killed for his expensive shoes' 
Ahsanullah Nawazai, 20, had travelled to London Colney, Hertfordshire, from his home in Walthamstow, London on Wednesday before he was knifed repeatedly for his expensive shoes.
Nigeria's president is forced to deny he has died and been replaced by a CLONE 
President Muhammadu Buhari, who is seeking re-election next year, spent a large part of 2017 in London for treatment for a serious illness, the details of which have never been fully revealed to the public.
The upcoming street styles that will dominate 2019 Instagram feeds
In a report by fashion site Who What Wear , experts have predicted the top micro trends to dominate Instagram in 2019, including the comeback of nineties neon and even tie-dye.
Primrose Hill Victorian home with neighbours including Dermot O'Leary goes on sale for £6.35m
Designed by award-winning design house Sporadic Space, Elsworthy Terrace in Primrose Hill, north London, is filled with glass panels and mirrors to fill the home with natural light.
Have-a-go hero, 21, stopped a charity box thief by tripping him up
Jerome Denton, 21, was wandering through Hull Paragon train station when he saw Joshua Starkey, who had just stolen a British Heart Foundation box from a Subway, running towards him.
Mother-of-two with 25 brain tumours is symptom-free after abandoning NHS for pioneering US clinic
Mother of two Heidi Spencer, 45, of Cheshire was told she had six months to live with 25 brain tumours. She then turned to a US clinic she found online and is now free of symptoms.
Swedish royals at the funeral of Count Oscar of Wisborg
Count Oscar 'Oscis' Bernadotte of Wisborg, a much-loved cousin of King Carl XVI Gustaf, passed away aged 97 on 3 November and his funeral took place in Uppsala on Sunday 2 December.
Anger as family of swans are killed in 'air gun attack'
The bodies of five cygnets and both of their parents were discovered wrapped in plastic bags after they were thrown down the bank of a stream in the village of Benenden in Kent.
Michelle Obama’s advice to Meghan on dealing with the pressures of sudden stardom
Former First Lady Michelle Obama chats to Good Housekeeping about her new wildly popular memoir 'Becoming' and has some guidance to offer the Duchess of Sussex.
The BIG Hollywood LIE about becoming a mum in your 50s
Four women who became mothers in later life shared the challenges and how old they believe is too old to become a mother. Sharon Cutts , 58, from Lincolnshire was 55 when she conceived triplets.
Battle as woman, 53, inherits £1.25m home from female lover twice her age 
Wendy Cook inherited millions of pounds after the deaths of the two wealthy and 'beyond doddery', elderly women who both abandoned their lives in London to live with her on the Isle of Wight.
Tottenham fan throws banana on pitch as Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates
A Tottenham supporter was arrested during Sunday's north London derby for throwing a banana skin onto the pitch after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had put Arsenal ahead.
Mexico's new socialist leader is SELLING the luxurious Presidential Air Force Boeing 787 plane
Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner with beds and granite bathroom countertops was purchased for $368million in November 2012. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed to sell it.
Pope tells gay priests: Be celibate or quit the Catholic church
Francis made the comments in a book-length interview with Spanish priest Fernando Prado called 'The Strength of Vocation', in which he discusses the challenges of being a priest or nun.
British veterans in their 80s could be tried over allegations of abuse, ex MoD legal chief warns
Soldiers who served during military operations in the 1950s could face legal action after a recent court case involving claims of alleged abuse by Brits during the Kenyan Emergency. (pictured)
Christians face 'imminent extinction' in the Middle East, Archbishop of Canterbury warns 
Justin Welby said followers of the faith were subject to the 'daily threat of murder' and the situation was the worst 'since the Mongol invasions of the 13th century'.
Fans’ fears for Johnny Vegas as the comic ‘drunkenly collapses on stage'
Footage of Benidorm star Johnny Vegas, who was performing at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Saturday, showed him falling over as staff tried to get him off stage.
Feminists attack 'cynical' new 'Hello Me!' ad Wonderbra campaign
Wonderbra's old poster, which featured supermodel Eva Herzigova with the slogan 'Hello Boys', is being replaced by 'Hello Me!' aimed at empowering women.
After 15 years of silence Kate's mother Carole Middleton reveals she used to work at John Lewis
Carole Middleton, businesswoman, owner of by far the best legs in royal circles and granny to the future King of England is Christmas-mad. Her festive preparations are akin to a military operation.
World's first male plus-size model recalls moment he was poached
The world's first male plus-size model, Zach Miko, talks to FEMAIL about being labelled 'brawny' in the industry and what needs to be done to continue promoting body positivity.
Electrician, 31, signs up for First Dates looking for love despite terminal brain tumour
Julian Fiano (left), from London, knows he has to drop a bombshell and tell his unsuspecting dinner companion Becca Wilson (right) that he doesn’t expect to be alive for very much longer.
How DID this mother-of-four become one of beauty’s most powerful women? 
Beauty therapist Caroline Hirons, 49, who begun a blog in 2010 as 'a bit of fun' reveals how she built an empire that had profits in the region of £180,000 last year and a blog with up to 100 million views.
Infuriating game challenges viewers to guess if the dot is in the centre of 10 different shapes
The puzzle, created by a Salford design agency, challenges you to figure out if a black dot is in the centre of shapes like squares, circles or triangles - themselves contained in other shapes.
MailOnline 2018 women's Christmas gift guide
There's a plethora of perfect presents on the market this year and to save you time FEMAIL has scoured the high street to pick out the best of the bunch - with something to suit every budget.
Populists with Make Spain Great Again slogan win seats in regional parliament
Vox took 12 seats, handing a majority to right-wing parties in Andalusia, southern Spain, a region governed by Socialists for more than three decades.
Taxman probes Netflix accounts after streaming giant declared pre-tax UK profits of just £1.12m
Netflix is under investigation over its tax arrangements, it was reported last night. The streaming giant admitted its British accounts are ‘under examination’ by HM Revenue and Customs.
Prime Minister's chief Brexit adviser warned her the Northern Ireland backstop is a 'bad outcome'
Theresa May’s chief Brexit adviser warned her that the Northern Ireland backstop is a ‘bad outcome’ which will undermine security co-operation, it was claimed last night.
Calm and worry-free Chris Watts picked up breakfast after disposing of wife and daughters' bodies
The 33-year-old father and husband is seen on surveillance footage taken at a Colorado convenience store at 8am on the morning of August 13, picking up a sandwich and chatting with the cashier.
Man leaps on car hood to avoid being hit by driver who drives off with him clinging on for dear life
Andrew Allan Bush, 50, of College Station, Texas, was arrested and charged with a DWI, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and failure to leave information after Friday's incident.
DUP is on the verge of ending support for Theresa May over Brexit deal
The Northern Ireland party's ten MPs have a confidence and supply deal with the government to give Mrs May a narrow majority in the Commons.
ROBERT HARDMAN on how the late George Bush enjoyed a VERY special relationship with Her Majesty 
ROBERT HARDMAN: The Queen expressed 'great sadness' at the passing of a 'great friend and ally' of the UK after the death of President George H.W. Bush on Friday.
Academic claims phrases like 'bring home the bacon' will go out of fashion to avoid offending vegans
Shareena Hamzah of Swansea University cited guidance from Peta which wants people to replace expressions like 'take the bull by the horns' with alterations such as ‘take the flower by the thorns’.
Want guilt-free fizz and a mince pie? All it takes is 13 minutes claims a new fitness routine 
Anna Maxted shared her experience of a 13-minute exercise routine on offer at The Clock gym in Central London. Gym founder Zana Morris revealed how the workout can be practiced at home.
Scientists will copy effects of a huge volcano eruption to fight global warming in £2.3m study
When Mount Pinatubo erupted in the Philippines in 1991, 20million tons of sulphur dioxide was released, and the planet cooled by 0.5C for 18 months. Scientists hope to replicate the cooling effect.
Simone Anderson gets the proposal of her dreams
Simone Anderson, 27, from Auckland, received a stunning fairytale proposal from her boyfriend of three years, Trent Forsyth, on Tuesday and shared the breathtaking moment with her 285,000 fans.
How to be a fashion icon at 85 by Joan Collins
Dame Joan Collins, 85, who is currently one of the faces of Kurt Geiger spoke to Sarah Vine about fashion and stamping her identity on Alexis. Joan claims women need to wear more lipstick.
Sixteen grammar schools to get 4,000 extra pupils
A total of 16 schools across the UK have been given a share of a £50million fund to build new classrooms. The money was provided on condition schools accept more poor pupils.
Tropical Cyclone Owen barrels towards Australia bringing torrential rain on the east coast 
Cyclone Owen is barreling towards Australia, bringing heavy rain and winds of up to 70km/h. While the cyclone is expected to remain offshore, its effects will be felt on the Queensland coastline.
Son of Labour MP Kate Osamor who admitted dealing drugs is allowed to KEEP his Commons pass
Ishmael Osamor, whose mother Kate, Labour MP for Edmonton, quit the Shadow Cabinet over the affair, has been cleared by a Parliamentary inquiry and will keep his Commons access pass.
This is what 52 looks like: Luxury hospitality consultant says a daily 4km walk keeps her young
Dee McGuiness, 52, from London revealed how focusing on herself at the start of each day through mindfulness and a 4km walk has contributed to keeping her young.
Woman dies after 'leaning out of train window' and suffering serious head injuries
The woman died after sustaining serious head injuries on a Bristol Temple Meads-bound service, between Bath and Keynsham, on Saturday evening. Police are investigating.
Michelle Obama cancels book tours in Berlin and Paris to attend Bush's funeral
Former US first lady Michelle Obama said Sunday she was canceling book tour visits to Paris and Berlin to attend the funeral of former president George H.W. Bush, who died Friday aged 94.
Video of giant bull with 'double muscling' genetic mutation sparks outrage
The footage of a Belgian Blue in an unknown location shows the animal's very visible muscles rippling in images which have led many viewers to believe it must be on steroids.
Tens of thousands of protesters take part in Brussels climate change march
Some 65,000 people participated in the 'Claim the Climate' demonstration on Sunday. Protesters marched through the Belgian capital near to the European Union headquarters.
Shamed Labour MP is 'banned from Wikipedia for repeatedly editing her own entry'
Edmonton MP Kate Osamor resigned from the Labour front bench yesterday amid claims she threatened a journalist. Miss Osamor has now reportedly been banned from Wikipedia.
Former university lecturer, 32, becomes first patient in Britain to be prescribed cannabis
Carly Barton (pictured) is believed to be the first person in the UK to have been prescribed cannabis - but she had to pay £2,500 for a three-month supply and says she's blown her savings.
Nuclear submarine HMS Astute arrives in Gibraltar as fear grows over number of rival Russian vessels
The Royal Navy reported its high-readiness frigate, the HMS St Albans, shadowed and monitored Russian warship travelling through the English Channel, in an attempt to protect British waters.
Indian father has 12lb tumour removed from his face and his jaw rebuilt with a leg bone
Majeed N, 45, from India, had the enormous cancerous lump cut out in a 12 hour facelift surgery. His jaw was reconstructed to completely change his appearance using a bone taken from his leg.
Have YOU paid £715 for cover British Gas sells new customers for £500 less?
British Gas is squeezing this extra cash out of up to four million customers who have taken out its HomeCare cover. Jackie Jay (pictured) was unimpressed when her emergency cover rose.
Retired doctor's quirky stories from his years in practice is set to become a festive bestseller 
Retired Suffolk GP Dr Philip Rhys Evans looks to be a surprise literary hit this year with a collection of quirky statements taken from newspapers, notice boards and his travels.
Apprentice fans clock Sir Alan Sugar wearing SEVEN different Rolexes in nine episodes
Sir Alan Sugar, 71, flashes the extravagant timepieces as he points to contestants and fires them in the boardroom.
Mother fears her 14-year-old daughter may have been groomed
Mia Hones (pictured) is missing and her mother fears she may have been groomed as reports say she may have been seen boarding a train to Ipswich yesterday after visiting a friend in Essex.
US judge's fury after British parliament seizes confidential Facebook emails
Judge V. Raymond Swope slammed Ted Kramer, founder of Six4Three, for handing over the papers to the British government on a visit to London last week. - calling his actions 'unconscionable'.
Police arrest Indian 'corpse smuggler' found with 50 human skeletons at a train station
Government Railway Police officers found the bones, including 16 human skulls, in Sanjay Prasad's luggage. They said there is a high demand for skeletons among medical students in China.
The heroic fisher girls of the 1860s
Amazing photos from the 1860s and 1870s have revealed a glimpse into the lives of fisher girls in Yorkshire who would abseil down slippery cliffs to collect baskets of mussels and limpets.
Karren Brady: It’s my duty to stay as Green’s chairman... for my daughter
The 49-year-old Apprentice star said she would stay at Taveta Investments whose 20,000 staff include her child, Sophia Peschisolido, who works in the Topshop social media department
Ordnance Survey launch a solar-powered drone that can fly for 90 days at a time
Ordnance Survey owns majority of Astigan, a firm based in , Somerset, which has built the huge drone. It weighs 330 pounds, has a wingspan of almost 130 feet and controlled remotely.
BBC cameraman assaulted as Trump whips crowd 'into a frenzy' in Texas
A 'MAGA' hat-wearing Trump supporter has been accused of carrying out an 'incredibly violent attack' on a BBC cameraman as Trump whipped a rally into a 'frenzy' against the media in El Paso, Texas.
Flat owners in London lose High Court bid about being overlooked by Tate Modern viewing platform
The leaseholders of four flats at the Neo Bankside development next to the Tate Modern in London claimed the gallery's viewing platform 'unreasonably interferes with their flats.
Libby Squires' last confirmed sighting caught on CCTV as she stumbles towards Hull nightclub
Libby disappeared near her home in Hull after a night out with friends on January 31. CCTV from that night shows the student unsteady on her feet as she approaches The Welly Club at 11.40pm
Charles and Camilla meet Ireland's President in Liverpool
Prince Charles and Camilla met with Ireland's President Michael D Higgins during a day celebrating the culture, history and people of the city.
Barbie launches disabled dolls in wheelchairs and with prosthetic legs as Mattel expands the range
Mattel - who own Barbie - have added dolls in wheelchairs and with prosthetic legs to their Fashionistas range following a high demand from parents.
England's 1966 World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks dies after losing long battle with cancer
England's greatest goalkeeper and 1966 World Cup winner Gordon Banks has died at the age of 81 after losing his battle with kidney cancer.
How reality TV star Aimee Spencer plunged to her death at party of drug dealer
Babestation TV actress and porn star Aimee Spencer, 27, fell from the kitchen window of Daniel Lewis's house in Brighton in July 2016 having consumed cocaine and ketamine.
Heavily-pregnant teenager and her new husband named as crash victims
Newlyweds Patrick McDonagh, 19, and Shauna, 18, were tailed by at least nine police cars and a helicopter before the horror crash in west London on Sunday night.
May begs MPs for more time to get Brexit concessions
Theresa May told the Commons she was determined to find a 'way forward' in the negotiations - but appealed for 'a little more time' to get concessions on the Irish border backstop.
'I'll love you forever': Volleyball star, 31, claims she had secret affair with Emiliano Sala
Luiza Ungerer has shared her pain over the death of Emiliano Sala, writing that she will love him forever after they began a secret relationship while both playing for teams in France.
Anti-Brexit economist appears NAKED on GMB four days after stunning Radio 4 by stripping
Richard Madeley has been ridiculed for going 'full Alan Partridge' as social media users compared his matter-of-fact interview with a naked economist to Steve Coogan's classic comedy character.
We said corn ON the cob, not corn IN the cob! Couple stunned to discover roll filled with sweetcorn 
Paige Hart and boyfriend William Maddock were stunned when their order of corn on the cob was mistaken for the Nottingham slang term for bread and they were given sweetcorn on bread.
Parents call for GCSE biology revision guide to be pulped
Publishers Pearson Edexcel have faced a backlash from furious parents over the textbook in schools across the UK, which they have labelled 'disgraceful' and inappropriate.
Public walk out of murder trial after pictures of girl, six, are shown to jury
The family of Alesha MacPhail, six, walked out of court in Glasgow today shortly before a jury was shown pictures of her naked dead body as a 16-year-old boy faces trial for her rape and murder.
Houston stoner comes face-to-face with a tiger after breaking into abandoned home to smoke marijuana
Police say someone who went to an abandoned home in southeast Houston to smoke marijuana, ended up discovering a tiger inside.
Brexit Brides: Cost of weddings falls for first time since 2012 recession
EXCLUSIVE: The findings, which appear in Bridebook's annual Wedding Report, suggest the uncertain economic climate, along with more supplier choice, is behind the unexpected downturn.
The incredible BA and Virgin Atlantic package deals hidden in plain sight
MailOnline Travel put the hack to the test and found that the flights plus hotel packages dropped return fares from London to New York by around £1,000 ($1,285).
Student nurse, 22, in plea to locals to stop vandalising her car
In the note, the 22-year-old who is on placement at Royal Preston Hospital, begs local residents to stop vandalising her car after she was parked legally in Preston last week.
Three-bedroom home where Jeff Bezos founded Amazon hits the market for nearly $1.5 million
The property, in West Bellvue, Seattle, contains the garage cited as the birthplace of Amazon - which became the world's second $1 trillion company in September.
George Clooney claims Meghan Markle is being 'pursued and vilified'
The Hollywood star is a close friend of Harry and Meghan and he and his human rights lawyer wife Amal attended the royal wedding in May last year as well as visiting the couple in the Cotswolds.
Charming vintage images reveal the golden age of the Great British holiday train
These charming photographs reveal the golden age of the British holiday steam train, which was the transport of choice for Victorian people travelling en masse to seaside resorts.
Mother of twins who suffered from post-natal depression now competes in fitness competitions
When Shina Pierce, 29, from Auckland, New Zealand, gave birth to her twins, she weighed 14st 13lbs and struggled to walk up the stairs. Now, she enters fitness competitions.
World's most expensive island goes on sale for £360m in UAE
Al Marjan Island, a collection of four man-made expanses in the northernmost of the United Arab Emirates, offers private beaches, five-star hotels and stunning views of the Arabian Gulf.
Hatton Garden heist ringleader Terry Perkins, 69, refused medical treatment the day before he died
Robber Terry Perkins, 69, told prison officers he was feeling unwell less than 24 hours before he was found dead in his cell at Belmarsh jail in south east London last February, a a hearing was told.
Joe Root tells Shannon Gabriel 'there's nothing wrong with being gay'
England's star batsman was involved in an on-pitch row with fast bowler Shannon Gabriel who was warned by the match umpires over his 'abusive' language during the third test in Saint Lucia.
Life on the Orient Line: Photos reveal how Britons travelled around the world on cruise ships
Pictures show cricketers enjoying a game on deck and ladies sunning themselves on deckchairs aboard Orient Line ships as they travelled around the world.
How a mother stays slim without trying
Rinia Rijker, of Surrey, was filmed around the clock in a bid to discover exactly how she was able to maintain her slim 7st 9lbs frame despite doing no exercise and eating up to two takeaways a day.
Victoria Beckham bans exotic animal skins from her collections
The British fashion maven, 44, confirmed this week she would be following in the footsteps of Chanel by cutting exotic pelts from her eponymous fashion line in a bid to 'reflect the wishes' of her customers.
ISIS executioner who murdered prisoner in beheading video killed by tank blast
Muhammad Saifuddin, 40, died on January 29 in eastern Deir Ezzor province - the last stronghold of ISIS. The militant from Indonesia was hit by shrapnel from a Syrian forces tank.
Olympic rowing gold medallist Maximilian Reinelt dies aged 30
Maximilian Reinelt, an Olympic gold medallist rower from Germany who was a long-time member of the country's successful men's eights crew, has died aged 30.
Artist lights up the night sky by using a drone to draw elaborate shapes
Artist Russell Klimas has created elaborate drawings in the night sky depicting Pokemon characters and a giant cube using his drone in Colorado in Canada.
Car factory electrician wins right to compensation after wife died from asbestos on his overalls
Lydia Carey died aged 60 in November last year after repeated contact with toxic asbestos fibres left on her husband John's work overalls while he worked for Vauxhall Motors in Luton during the 1970's.
What are the best briefs for YOUR body?
All too often women struggle to find the right underwear style to flatter their figure, but now British fashion experts from Who What Wear have revealed the perfect style for each body type.
Romford acid attack: Teenager rushed to hospital after substance thrown
A 19-year-old man was attacked with a noxious substance outside Romford train station around 8.10pm yesterday. He was rushed to hospital for emergency treatment after the attack.
Man, 32, is detained by police after huge blaze rips through mental hospital
Ten fire engines were at the George Bryan Centre at Sir Robert Peel Hospital in Tamworth. The facility is said to treat people suffering from mental health issues, according to authorities.
How Prince William hinted of 'disagreements' between he and Kate and Harry and Meghan
Prince William admitted that he and the Duchess of Cambridge disagree with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle before rumours surfaced of a row leading up to last year's royal wedding.
Vulture, eagle and sparrowhawk chicks from eggs smuggled by 'Pablo Escobar of the egg trade' hatched
The International Centre for Birds of Prey hand-reared 17 chicks after their eggs were seized from smuggler Jeffrey Lendrum by customs officers at Heathrow Airport on June 27, 2016.
Medals of executed German army officer involved in the plot to blow up Hitler to be sold
Commander Ludwig von Leonrod was court-martialled and hanged in August 1944 following the unsuccessful attempt to blow up Nazi dictator, Adolf Hitler.
Shire bliss! Cornish cottage with Hobbit-style grass-covered house
The main house, Toddalong, is on sale for £600,000 along with Toddalong Roundhouse, which is currently an Airbnb let generating an estimated £20,000 a year.
Wanna see my toenail collection? Twitter users reveal ways to end a bad date in five words 
From stealing your date's wallet to climbing out of the bathroom window, Twitter users provided daters with plenty of wacky excuses on how to end a date this Valentine's Day if it's not going well.
Russia woman, 80, suspected of 'dismembering male tenant and keeping internal organs in her fridge'
The retired farm worker is being investigated for two unsolved cases of missing people in Khabarovsk city, Russia, after the internal organs of a male tenant were allegedly found in her fridge.
Widower Simon Thomas reveals son got him irreplaceable gift of cushion made form late wife’s skirt 
Former Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas, 46, from Norfolk, has shared a picture of the touching birthday gift he received from his son, and the woman thought to be his new girlfriend.
Did the earth move for you? Volcanic eruption appears to create a rather rude-looking cloud of ash
Two hikers said they saw ash from Indonesia's highest active volcano, Semeru, transform into the phallic shape (pictured) as they were climbing the 12,000-ft mountain.
Lauren Sanchez's brother says Jeff Bezos and his wife are 'misleading' people about their split
Michael said that the statement Bezos released about his 'long period of loving exploration and trial separation' was 'misleading,' but did not elaborate on that claim.
ISIS bride tells the West: 'Don't judge us too harshly'
Kimberley (pictured at a Kurdish-controlled camp), a 46-year-old Canadian woman, said she 'didn't know all the politics' when she travelled to Syria as a 'humanitarian'.
Obese mother sheds over a THIRD of her body weight in just one year
Merrisa Best, from Wells, Somerset, slimmed down from a size 20 to an 8-10 after reaching breaking point when she struggled to fit into an XL jumper in November 2016.
Half of Brits aren't sure Charles Darwin's theory of evolution is real, a shocking poll reveals
Half of the British public isn't 'certain' that Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection is correct, a survey ahead of a children's version of his most famous work has revealed.
Photographer captures rare natural phenomenon as tiny flakes of ice create illusion in Canada
The stunning natural phenomenon was captured over the skies over Alberta, Canada, as freezing -30C temperatures formed tiny ice crystals in the atmosphere.
Sci-fi hit The Wandering Earth on track to be one of highest-grossing films in China's history
The film Wandering Earth, with a scale rivalling Hollywood space epics like Interstellar and Gravity, is a hit among moviegoers and has raked in more than £264 million since its release on February 5.
UK weather: Britain is set for glorious sunshine and balmy 60F highs this week
After a chilly start to the week that saw the mercury drop to -4.2C (24F), temperatures should hit double figures most days this week – with Thursday set to be the warmest in southern England.
Ear plugs are as essential on a night out as CONDOMS
The London-based charity Action on Hearing Loss wants to see vending machines in pub and club toilets selling colourful plugs to help make ear protection 'cool'.
Ballet dancer who cared for dementia-stricken grandmother awarded £110,000 payout
Lynsey Delaforte, 36, of London, gave up seven-and-a-half crucial years of her dancing career when she moved in to make sure her grandmother Joan Flood received the best possible care.
Leopard stalks its prey unaware another killer cat is preparing to attack it
The leopard sneaked up behind its fellow big cat as its distracted rival stalked a herd of impala, before pouncing on it in footage believed to have been filmed in South Africa.
The nun who faked her own death to pursue a life of lust
Joan of Leeds was living at the house of St Clement by York in 1318 when she decided to enlist the help of her fellow sisters to create a dummy which would represent her corpse.
Plane steps collapse during boarding with six passengers plunging 12ft to the tarmac in Siberia
Passengers were boarding the Ural Airlines flight from the Siberian city of Barnaul to Moscow in the early hours of this morning when steps to the plane suddenly collapsed.
Male French media execs behind ‘League of LOL’ group that harassed feminists is condemned
The closed Facebook group 'League of LOL' - made up mostly of men in their thirties - ridiculed women journalists for years, sometimes using pornographic memes to attack them.
The diabetics who’ve made their own new pancreas 
Like all of the 460,000 Brits with type 1 diabetes, Tim Street, has to constantly monitor his blood sugar levels and inject insulin many times a day to stay alive. But a new treatment has changed this.
Botched granny flat annexe in Norwich garden loses family £37,500 after Hudson Garden Rooms bust
Holly Elmhurst, 49, enlisted Hudson Garden Rooms to build a four-room annex in her sister Samantha's Norwich garden for her mother Carolyn Lerski, 76, to live in.
Brandon Maxwell's pride at seeing Meghan Markle wear his clothes
The American designer, who has also dressed the likes of Michelle Obama, has enjoyed phenomenal success after Meghan wore his clothes at a string of high-profile events.
Parents film their kids as they surprise them with a magical vacation to Disneyland 
The clip, filmed in Port Neches, Texas, shows a brother and sister being allowed to open one present before Christmas.
Black mirror style web monitoring system lets parents remotely schedule children's web access
A new Black Mirror style product from an Irish firm lets parents schedule internet access and block sites remotely. The control kicks in every time the child's phone connects to the web
1.3MILLION people were fined last year for wrongly trying to claim NHS prescriptions for free 
A total of 1,379,957 penalty notices were issued across England in 2018 – which is a third more than in the previous year and a 60 per cent increase from three years earlier.
Revealed: How a phone's blue light may harm your skin and your sight
Last year, U.S. scientists published research suggesting that blue light might damage vision and speed up the onset of blindness.
Mother-of-two forced to breast feed infant son behind a curtain
Christina Curtis, 31, was visiting the Wat Tyler Park in Essex along with her two sons and husband Steve, 35, when she needed to feed their four-week-old boy.
Don't letter go! Girl, four, is saved when dress snags on lettering after she falls off Thai roof
The toddler slipped over the edge of the hospital in Kanchanaburi, central Thailand while her father was having treatment on Sunday. But incredibly she survived after her dress snagged on lettering.
Harrowing pictures of mother and daughter held as ‘domestic slaves’
Kate Dagley, 46, and Karen Jenkins, 27, (pictured) have released photographs of their malnourished state after being forced to be full time house servants for Jean Kelly, 54, in Coventry.
Shoppers go wild for £1 cleaning sponge form M&S
M&S is the latest store to be hit by the 'Hinch effect' after the blogger shared a four minute Instagram story on its cleaning products this week.
Terrified villagers jump out of the way as a LION charges towards them in India
The clip shows the big cat racing towards villagers in the Porbander district, in western India, and them quickly scattering, before observing the majestic animal as it explores its unfamiliar surroundings.
Hilarious pictures reveal innocent kids' drawings - and they have no idea how rude they are!
Parents from around the world have shared the hilarious artworks created by their children with the website Family Days Tried and Tested, which turned out to be unintentionally rude.
The baby born with no limbs
RJ Wilson's mother Jasmine Self, 24, of Florence, South Carolina, was five months pregnant when an ultrasound scan revealed her little one's limbs were not developing.
What happened to the stars of Crackerjack?
The programme was initially hosted by Eamonn Andrews followed by Leslie Crowther, Michael Aspel, Ed Stewart and, finally, Stu Francis - here Femail reveals what they did next.
Mother claims doctors branded her 'inhumane' for not aborting twins - but are now healthy toddlers
Hannah Morris, 27, of Tyne and Wear, feels the NHS used 'get out clause' to avoid treating potentially disabled babies after experiencing PPROM. George and Alfie King are now two years old.
How to rekindle the passion in your relationship for Valentine’s Day
E4's The Sex Clinic's on-screen advisor Alix Fox shared her top five tips to reignite the spark for Valentine's Day, including daily timed kisses and taking penetration off the menu.
Theresa May's Tories would stay in power if a general election was held today, YouGov poll suggests
Amid Brexit deadlock at Westminster, research by YouGov found the Tories would boost their standing in the Commons if an election was held now.
College drop out, 25, earns £5,000 a month by 'begging' his 110k Twitter followers for cash
Unemployed Jovan Hill, 25, from LA compares himself to reality TV superstars the Kardashians and has racked up more than 110,000 followers from his social media comedy.
Royal Marine veteran Alastair Inglis suing Ministry of Defence MoD for £1 million for hearing loss
Alastair Inglis, 39, of Plymouth, blames the MoD for his chronic hearing loss and tinnitus, which forced him to quit the armed forces after 14 years in 2012.
Lufthansa 'looks to SUE passenger who did not turn up for last leg of journey'
Lufthansa say the passenger exploited the ticketing system which places a premium on non-stop flights and got a bargain by not taking the final leg, it is claimed.
North Korea has produced enough bomb fuel for up to 7 nuclear weapons
The regime is said to have used spent fuel from a nuclear plant in Yongbyon to produce up to 18 pounds of weapons-grade uranium since May 2018. Pictured: Trump and Kim in Singapore last year.
HGV driver sobs as cyclist he ran over forgives him in court
Lorry driver Mark Philpott, 51, cried at Hull Crown Court after a cyclist he ran over and left in a coma said he forgave him for the crash and urged him to 'get on with his life'.
Theresa May ‘to quit this summer’: PM ‘hints to friends she will go at a time after Brexit'
According to Cabinet ministers the Prime Minister has hinted to them personally she will trigger a Tory leadership race to end at the party’s annual conference in October.
Lyme disease should be diagnosed immediately if a patient has the tell-tale bull's-eye rash 
The UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence urges medics to just look for the rash - which is present in around two-thirds of cases - due to lab tests not always picking up on the infection.
Man 'jailed in Tunisia under anti-gay laws after reporting he had been raped by two male robbers'
The 22-year-old went to a police station in the southern Tunisian town of Sfax to report the alleged assault and robbery - only to be arrested himself, it has been claimed.
Can you spot what's unusual about this photo? Grandmother posted a snap of a bucket of KFC chicken
An Australian woman has wowed thousands after sharing a seemingly unremarkable snap of a 'KFC meal' in a Facebook foodie group.
Masterchef fans are sent into a frenzy as contestant reveals he's NEVER had a ready meal
Art curator Tim, 26, confessed he has never tried a microwave meal and has always cooked from scratch even at university, as Masterchef returned to BBC1 on Monday night.
Ebola death toll tops 500 in Democratic Republic of the Congo with nearly 100 CHILDREN killed
The second worst outbreak in history has ravaged the Democratic Republic of the Congo since August. More than 60 per cent of people to have caught the virus so far have died as a result.
Retired university lecturer guilty of racist hate crime told German woman to go home
Dr John Smart, 72 (pictured) told Dr Birgitta Hoffman, 49, originally from south Germany, to 'go home' as he walked by her house in Wilmslow, Cheshire on his way back from Waitrose.
Vet assistant hits a tiny Shih Tzu dog and knocks it out then has to perform CPR to resuscitate it 
The vet's assistant was captured on CCTV clobbering the little dog, Teo, round the head with both hands before rushing to perform CPR to revive it at the clinic in Colombia.
Kitty looks totally terrified as it watches lions feasting on a fresh kill in nature documentary
The British Shorthair cat looks frozen with fear at it watches the fearsome pride of lions devour their food. The funny clip is filmed by the cat's owner in Guangzhou City, China.
Grisly crime scene photos show staged bathroom where millionaire financier was killed
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Rod Covlin is accused of murdering wife Shele Danishefsky, 47, in New York on New Year's Eve in 2009. She was found dead in her bathtub by her daughter.
Speak Up & Be Heard: Lindsay Maclean reveals how to land that job
If a career change is on your mind, help is at hand in the form of Lindsay Maclean who claims techniques including 'power posing' could be the key to helping you unlock your potential.
Father, 49, and daughter, 21, are killed in Mercedes van crash
Valentino 'Tino' Coleman, 49, and his daughter Olivia 'Liv' Coleman, 21, died when a Mercedes Sprinter van ploughed into their car and catapulted them into the air near Manston in Kent.
Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer's Red Sonja movie on hold in wake of sex assault allegations
It had been planned that principal photography would begin this year in Bulgaria  but a spokesperson for the company said that the project 'is not on the slate at the moment.'
Pro-Europe majority must wake up to save the EU, George Soros says
Writing in an article for business website MarketWatch, billionaire businessman Soros said the EU faced going the way of the Soviet Union if people didn't act to save it.
Why a 35 year mortgage could cost you £57,000 more
At a recent HSBC branch visit, I spotted posters advertising its 35-year term mortgage. However, it can add serious interest onto your overall home loan.
Michelle Carter is taken into custody to start her 15 month sentence
Michelle Carter, 22, was taken into custody on Monday in Massachusetts after being sentenced to 15 months in jail in 2017 for her role in the death of Conrad Roy III.
STEPHEN GLOVER: The press CAN thrive if we stand up to leviathans
STEPHEN GLOVER: Some readers of newspapers, whether print or online, may be unaware that the industry is in the grip of a crisis.
The plane that shrunk the world: It's the behemoth that turned air travel into a luxury holiday
On February 9, 1969, the first jumbo jet readied to take to the air for its inaugural test flight as Pilot Jack Waddell fired up one of the huge aeroplane's four mighty jet engines.
U.S. parents claim their kids are developing British accents from watching Peppa Pig
Peppa Pig, an animated TV show based in the U.K., follows the life of a pig and her family as they go about their day-to-day lives in a fictional town made up of different animal families.
Should we all be re-learning how to breathe? It could be the key to better health...
You might think you already know how to breathe, but ‘breathwork’, as it is known, is becoming increasingly popular with the wellness set. Here, Jennie Agg gives it a try.
At least 17 people including a child are killed in Delhi hotel fire
At least 17 people died on Tuesday as a fire tore through a budget hotel in Delhi before dawn, in the latest disaster to raise concerns over fire safety in India.
QUENTIN LETTS: Popeye Grayling gave the smile of a goat with colic
QUENTIN LETTS says Britain's pro-Brexit Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling is an odd fish, but on this particular occasion he looks less culpable than the mockers claim.
Leadsom ratchets up pressure on PM to ditch HS2
A letter written by Angela Leadsom (pictured) to HS2’s boss Mark Thurston outlined the ‘absolute dismay’ about the HS2 project which was felt by some of her constituents in South Northamptonshire.
The British cities where it is now faster to cycle than drive
Across Britain, motorists spent an average of 178 hours stuck in traffic last year – rising to 227, or the equivalent of more than nine days, in London.
More than 10MILLION of us have been on a speed awareness course
The surge in attendees has fuelled unease among motoring groups. The RAC said it was ‘astonishing’ that as many as one in four drivers had been ‘sent back to the classroom’.
The pill makes women less able to read other people's emotions
A study by the University of Greifswald in Germany found that taking the pill causes emotional changes to a woman's brain, which makes her 10 per cent less likely to recognise others' facial expressions.
Renters to be given right to SUE landlords for cold or mouldy homes in new crackdown
When the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act comes into affect on March 20, If properties in England and Wales don't meet a certain standard, tenants can take their landlord to court.
Ministers urged to act as 500 'lifeline' ATMs disappear from high streets each month
Consumer campaigners and small businesses say that despite the increased popularity of digital payments, having access to cash remains a necessity for more than 25million Britons.
Family demand hospital-wide cervical cancer inquiry after nurse died when doctors failed to spot it
Julie O'Connor, 49, from Bristol, died earlier this month - on 4 February - after repeatedly being given the all-clear by medics at Bristol's Southmead Hospital.
R. Kelly is seen violating court-ordered 9pm curfew by leaving a recording studio after 11pm
Last month, members of the Chicago Fire Department and city building inspectors raided the studio, where R. Kelly is alleged to have sexually abused a number of women.
Stafford blaze that killed four children 'was NOT caused by cannabis growing or a faulty boiler'
Riley Holt, eight, Keegan Unitt, six, Tilly Rose Unitt, four, and Olly Unitt, three, all perished in the devastating fire last Tuesday as it tore through a suburban home in the Midlands town.
News at Ten to be cut by five minutes to make room for BBC Three
The BBC has cut the News at Ten by five minutes – to make room for BBC Three shows three years after axing the channel.
Chris Pratt puts an end to 'infamously anti-LGBTQ' church comments made by Ellen Page
The 39-year-old actor wrote that 'nothing could be further from the truth' and that his church 'opens their doors to absolutely everyone' on top of an image of a sheep standing on top of a rock.
Morgan Freeman out in LA in first public appearance since his step-granddaughter's murder trial
The 81-year-old actor was on the TCA Winter Press Tour promoting National Geographic's Story of God, in which he ventures to the world's holiest cities and speaks with various experts on the topic.
Brazil invaded by venomous yellow SCORPIONS as climate change pushes them into major cities
According to a researcher from the University of Sao Paulo, scorpion stings have increased threefold in Sao Paulo alone over the last two decades as they close in on big cities.
Desert Island Discs is named best radio show of all time
Desert Island Discs which asks guests to imagine themselves as castaways on an island ‘emphatically’ scooped the No1 spot in the top 30 list.
'Curb the internet stars who push gambling to teens'
The NSPCC made plans for sanctions, which it says is needed to 'embed' regulatory compliance after the death of Molly Russell, 14, from Harrow, who took her own life after viewing self-harm images.
Foreign aid rule change could free up £1.5billion, report claims
A shake-up of foreign aid spending rules could free up £1.54billion for cash-strapped departments, a report has claimed.
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Anarchy in UK classrooms as 'green' militants encourage children to play truant
A mass walk-out by thousands of children is scheduled to take place in 40 towns and cities, including Cardiff, Glasgow, Exeter and Brighton, on Friday.
Food bank use has increased due to Universal Credit roll-out, Amber Rudd admits 
Food bank use has increased due to the universal credit roll-out, Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has admitted.
Healthy foods to be placed near supermarket entrances as part of taxpayer-funded study
The three-year research project will involve re-designing the layout of some Iceland stores. It is being led by Dr Christina Vogel (pictured) and a team from the University of Southampton, Hampshire.
The secrets of midlife love: How everything you thought about great sex is wrong
DR STEPHEN SYNDER: These are astonishing times for sex. With the click of a mouse, you can check your technique, look for new positions or even find a partner.
Fashion expert reveals where each pant style should sit for slimmer pins
The hem of a trouser length can make or break proportions, particularly if you consider yourself short or short of leg. Celebrity personal shopper Alarna Hope revealed how to wear different pants.
Hammond’s Brexit fears as economic growth fails: Chancellor warns of worst figures since 2012
Chancellor Philip Hammond warned of the impact of Brexit uncertainty on the economy last night after figures showed 2018 was the worst year for growth since the financial crisis.
PAUL THOMAS on… Britain’s cashpoint crisis 
'I've gone online since the cashpoint was closed'.
Tinder for cows! Match-making app created for livestock 
Tudder is aimed at farmers who want to match up their bulls and cows to breed offspring for the future.
Ministers to bring in sharia marriage law to ensure Muslim weddings are properly registered
Ministers want to give legal protection to tens of thousands of Muslim women whose marriages have no official status and who can be denied divorce or lose all they have in the event of a break-up.
How Corbyn vowed to 'defeat' the EU in explosive unseen footage from Left-wing rally 
The Labour leader lumped the EU in with bankers, describing them as 'united in suppressing the economy and creating unemployment' at the Durham Miners' Gala in 2010.
The perils of sharing popcorn...not to mention earphones, lip salve, rubber gloves and sofas!
They say sharing is caring, but sometimes you’re better off not — towels, toiletries and toothbrushes can carry bacteria, viruses and fungi that can spread between people. Here, we explain why.
Michael Twizell of Dewsbury jailed for tricking speed cameras with jamming device on his BMW
Michael Twizell managed to outsmart a police safety camera van parked on the side of the A658 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire last February.
The jab that conquered my 'terminal' skin cancer
Ruth Retter, 41, who lives in Somerset, was diagnosed with malignant melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer in 2006 - but a new treatment saved her life. This is her story.
Teenager, 16, goes on trial accused of raping and murdering a six-year-old girl
The body of Alesha MacPhail was discovered in woodland on the island in the Firth of Clyde on July 2 last year. A 16-year-old boy denies taking her from her bed, assaulting and murdering her.
Web giants Google and Facebook 'must come clean on adverts cash', major report warns 
The Cairncross report also recommends that the web giants face an investigation into the way they have developed a stranglehold on the digital ad business.
Elon Musk puts his Los Angeles home on the market for $4.5 million
The Tesla co-founder bought the 3,000-square-foot property in Brentwood with his actress ex-wife Talulah Riley back in 2014.
After Meghan's father leaked her letter, RICHARD KAY says to cut him out of her life forever
Only the flintiest of hearts could not have sympathy for the Duchess of Sussex. For nine months she has had to endure in silence as her family have traded cheap shots at her expense.
NASA spots signs of 22-MILE-WIDE crater buried beneath Greenland ice sheet
A NASA glaciologist spotted signs of the crater in northwest Greenland just 114 miles from the recently-discovered crater beneath the Hiawatha Glacier while scouring satellite imagery.
Haynes car manual founder who sold more than 200 million copies worldwide dies aged 80
John Haynes published his first motor manual, for the Austin Healey Sprite, in 1966. He passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday evening on February 8 after a short illness.
What HAS Russia spotted in Earth's atmosphere? Scientists say satellite saw 'explosions of light'
Scientists operating the Lomonosov satellite say what they’ve found may be a 'new physical phenomena.' The team says several 'explosions' of light were seen dozens of miles above Earth.
Mars like we've NEVER seen it before! NASA's releases a stunning 360° video of the red planet
NASA's Curiosity rover sent back the footage from the surface of Mars showing the view from atop the Vera Rubin Ridge. The rover was launched from Cape Canaveral on November 26, 2011.
Topshop's Editor jeans hailed 'best' jeans for ALL body shapes
Topshop customers have hailed the brand's new Editor jeans the 'best' high waisted, straight leg, denim jeans to fit all body shapes just weeks after their release last month.
Driver squeezes tiny vehicle into gap HORIZONTALLY and leaves the bonnet sticking out
Dashcam footage shows the tiny car's bonnet poking out onto Deansbrook Road in Edgware, London, while its parked inbetween a black Lexus and a white van.
Hungry 13ft python eats a WALLABY whole in terrified homeowner's backyard
A panic-stricken resident of Flying Fish Point in Queensland called out a snake catcher after spotting the massive scrub python trying to eat his German Shepherd last Friday.
Eating processed foods such as burgers, sugar and white bread increases risk of fatal diseases
Experts at Paris-Sorbonne University found that deaths from heart disease, cancer and other illnesses were directly linked to the consumption of 'ultra-processed food'.
Glove 'containing DNA that links Hatton Garden suspect said to be 'Basil' to raid destroyed'
Michael Seed is alleged to have deactivated the alarm at the Hatton Garden premises, allowing his accomplices to drill through the vault wall and swipe £14m worth of gold, jewels and cash.
Boris Johnson warns soft Brexit will make the UK a 'colony' of Brussels
Boris Johnson offered Theresa May a sliver of hope by saying he could said he could vote for her deal - if she can get a time limit on the backstop.
Pictured: Father stabbed to death in a row over cigarettes in London
Dennis Anderson, 39, died in East Dulwich in the early hours of Sunday morning when he was reportedly confronted in a corner shop.
Princess Tessy of Luxembourg leaps to Meghan Markle's defence
The estranged wife of Prince Louis of Luxembourg says the duchess 'did not deserve' her treatment by members of her estranged family who have hit out at her in the press.
President Maduro launches 'biggest military drills in Venezuela's history'
Nicolas Maduro is facing a battle to maintain power in Venezuela after opposition leader Juan Guaido was recognised by some 50 countries as interim president.
All's well that ends well for Judi and Ken
BRIAN VINER: 'On June 29, 1613, at the Globe Theatre in London, a stage cannon was fired during a performance of William Shakespeare’s play All Is True, which today we know as Henry VIII.'

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