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'I'm a woman': Bruce Jenner reveals he is transitioning to his 'true self' in Diane Sawyer interview which will be his last as a man 

The 65-year-old Olympic gold medalist and reality TV star will likely confirm tonight that he is reinventing himself physically in a bid to transform from male to female. read

Sanjay Chaddah who played race card in row smirks after avoiding prison

A property developer who falsely accused his neighbour's son-in-law of a racist assault in a row over a new driveway in the Wirral smirked yesterday as he walked free from court. read

Migrant baby boom costs 80,000 children school places they wanted 

It is estimated that the parents of some 80,000 children learned last week that they had not got their first choice of school, while the parents of around 20,000 pupils had all their preferences totally ignored. read

The shark had his leg and was swimming around with it Witnesses describe the horrible moment a monster Great White mauled a surfer and left him fighting for his life

Onlookers have described the horrifying moment they saw a man being mauled by a 'monster' Great White shark on South Australia's west coast. read

Poundland's NOT a bargain as comparison with supermarkets show

Food writer MARTIN ISARK compared Poundland's prices with its supermarket rivals — with surprising results. read

Single father of four is MasterChef champion after serving up octopus, pigeon and 'lime air' to take TV crown

Simon Wood, 38, battled it out against Emma Spitzer and Tony Rodd as they were challenged to cook judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace a three-course meal in three hours. read

The summer glow diet: Pioneering book by nutritionist the stars swear by reveals the simple steps to looking and feeling fab

Amelia Freer has been credited with the dramatic weight loss of a string of stars, and is the nutritional therapist A-list celebrities have on speed dial thanks to her revolutionary approach to eating. read

Germany leader Angela Merkel calls for UK to take even more immigrants in wake of refugee crisis in the Mediterranean

Angela Merkel threw down the gauntlet to David Cameron last night and said large countries should be prepared to accept more asylum seekers. read

Liverpool couple's paid off their mortgage to find it's now worth £1

A couple who spent a lifetime paying off their mortgage have said it was a waste of time after a council scheme to sell homes for just £1 has turned the Liverpool street into a 'ghetto'. read

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon says she plans to wield influence over Labour and admits: 'I know why the English are worried' 

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon, pictured, last night admitted she understands concerns of English voters about her party being involved in a coalition government. read

School asks children, 3, to promise not to use 'transphobic language'

Parents have labelled the document sent out by Turnham Primary School, in London, as 'bonkers' - questioning how they explain transphobic to children 'barely able to hold a crayon'. read

The Post Office drives sub-postmasters to ruin or suicide

Buying into a sub-post office is often seen as an attractive option, but for some the dream has turned into a nightmare after they were branded thieves - despite having done nothing wrong. read

Vote rigging party is STILL playing the racism card: Say after mayor is forced out, deputy blames 'Islamophobia' 

Oliur Rahman - deputy to disgraced Lutfur Rahman, pictured - said there is deep seated racism in Tower Hamlets, less than a day after his party was accused of 'playing the race card' to silence critics. read

Lord Janner's child sex abuse police cover up revealed in new evidence

Damning new evidence has revealed police and social workers were told more than 20 years ago that Lord Janner molested a vulnerable boy in his marital bed. read

Kate Middleton and Prince William's pre-baby shopping spree in Kensington

The nation may be waiting on tenterhooks for the new royal baby, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have apparently been taking parenthood second time round in their stride. read

MasterChef's Kim Woodward is first woman to run London's Savoy Grill

Kim Woodward has been appointed head chef at the five star art deco Grill, which has hosted lunches for the likes of prime ministers, musicians and captains of industry for decades. read

Karen Buckley died from head and neck injuries after going missing in Glasgow

Murdered nursing student Karen Buckley, 24, (pictured) disappeared after a night out in Glasgow. She died of head and neck injuries, according to her death certificate. read

Katie Hopkins criticised by the UNITED NATIONS for 'nasty underbelly of racism'

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said Hopkins used language similar to that employed by Rwandan media outlets in the run-up to the 1994 genocide, and by Nazis in the 1930s. read

Diana and Prince Charles had a 'secret daughter' living in hiding

An American tabloid is claiming Charles and Diana have a secret daughter called Sarah who was brought up in the States, the result of a doctor going rogue with a fertilised embryo. read

Woman's dying wish for her daughter to be raised by friends granted

The 48-year-old mother from Cornwall lost her battle with breast cancer earlier this month. Lady Justice King (pictured) ruled the five-year-old girl should live with close family friends. read

Daughter of Hermann Goering loses bid to win back Nazi's money

Edda Goering, 76, (pictured with Hermann Goering in 1940) wanted compensation for her father's legacy which was confiscated in 1948. The appeal was rejected by Bavarian lawmakers. read

Nigel Farage says only middle-class white people think UKIP is racist

EXCLUSIVE: Nigel Farage said claims the party is racist have stopped many supporters – including internationally acclaimed rock stars and billionaires – from backing him publicly. read

Simple blood test that can detect ovarian cancer in 80 per cent of patients could be available by next year 

In a new pilot study, the test picked up cancer cells in 80 per cent of 42 patients with ovarian cancer - an 'encouraging' breakthrough as the disease is often diagnosed too late for a cure. read

Flipping the monkey: Cheeky primate takes offence to teenager pulling the middle finger and leaves him sprawling by jumping on his face

A teenager in the northern India region of Shimla has discovered the hard way that the locals should not be toyed with after his affront to a monkey left him sprawled on his back. read

Parents sidetracked by phones: Modern devices are dangerous distractions when used while supervising children, researchers claim

Mobile phones and tablet computers are becoming dangerous distractions for parents who are supposed to be supervising their children, New York researchers claim. read

Bedtime stories DO aid reading, brain tests show: Study finds it provides a 'meaningful and measurable' boost to their development

Parents have long been urged to read stories to their little ones to help them grow into voracious readers. And now for the first time, scientists have found medical proof that the old advice does work. read

The £70 million pop star most people have never heard of: The breathtaking earning power of former supermarket shelf-stacker Calvin Harris 

Former shelf-stacker Calvin Harris has risen to be one of the biggest stars in pop music in eight short years. Now the Dumfries lad has amassed a fortune of £70 million and owns a Beverly Hills mansion. read

'I heard people saying - get her out because it's all going to collapse!' Chip shop worker tells of her horror as pavement opened up beneath her on busy London high street 

Chip shop worker Jeannie Flynn, 53, lay stricken in the basement of a Fulham cafe as bricks fell down on top of her - but miraculously she was not seriously injured in the 10ft fall. read

Ed Miliband attacked by woman whose mother died under Labour's NHS

During a live radio phone-in, a woman called Claire from Manchester challenged Mr Miliband over the ‘totally avoidable’ and ‘horrific’ death of her mother under the Labour-run NHS. read

TOM UTLEY tracks down Ed Miliband and finds a man of principle

It's Miliband's principles and convictions that terrify me — as I suspect they would many others, if he were allowed to say what he truly believes, within earshot of the national Press, writes TOM UTLEY. read

Hypocrite Ed Miliband's politics of the gutter 

The truth is that, for all his sanctimony, Red Ed and his spin doctors – who, never forget, sought to ‘weaponise’ the NHS – are veterans of gutter politics. read

David Cameron says the Tories will be party of the first black PM

To woo ethnic minority voters, Mr Cameron will say the Tories are the party for people from all backgrounds who want to get on and that the first black MP will be Conservative. read

Ed Miliband calls on US-style leadership guru who coaches people to overcome anxiety and find their inner voice  

Labour leader Ed Miliband, pictured, has hired a leadership guru to help him feel less anxious and enable him to improve his communications skills. A Labour spokesman refused to comment. read

Ed Miliband to claim migrant boat deaths a 'direct result' of David Cameron

The Labour leader used a keynote speech today to suggest the deaths of hundreds of refugees could have been avoided if the Prime Minister had done more following his intervention in Libya. read

Danny Alexander FINALLY replies to Labour's infamous note about money

The former Labour minister Liam Byrne left a memo to his successor in the Treasury, David Laws, which read: 'Dear Chief Secretary, I'm afraid that there is no money. Kind regards and good luck.' read

David Cameron pledges 'English income tax' powers after Tory election victory

The PM, speaking in Lincoln today, pledged to give English MPs the same powers to set tax rates which have been granted to Scotland in the wake of last year's independent referendum. read

Business leaders voice fear over 'Tory campaign too focused on personal attacks'

They expressed concerns over the negative tactics employed by the Conservative campaign ahead of the general election next month. read

Parents of Britain's youngest ever organ donor open up in interview

Even as Teddy was being born, a transplant team was standing by — on the instruction of his parents. The chances of the procedure working were remote - but in the end it did. read

Three British men jailed for trying to smuggle £200m of Cocaine across Atlantic

The gang were caught after their yacht, named the Makayabella, was stormed by the Irish Navy (pictured guarding the cocaine) 200 miles off the south-west coast of Ireland in September. read

Coca-Cola fans 'not impressed' as Diet Coke bottles start appearing with regular 'full fat' red lids

Customers are used to white lids on 500ml bottles of the famous zero calorie, zero sugar type, but the company has now put scarlet tops on all four of its variants to 'bring them together under one brand'. read

Married maths teacher at Max Clifford's old school faces jail for groping 15-year-old pupil in his car

Paul Shorter had a series of liaisons with the schoolgirl, who he was giving one-to-one tuition in a 'serious' breach of his position of trust at Rydens School in Hersham, Surrey. read

One-eyed police killer Dale Cregan sent to same psychiatric hospital as moors murderer Ian Brady after second hunger strike in Strangeways 

Dale Cregan, 31, was reportedly moved to Ashworth Hospital in Merseyside, where patients can enjoy art and music workshops, after going on hunger strike at his Category A jail. read

Transgender woman stripped, shaved and 'pulverized' by police sparking outrage

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Pictures have emerged of Veronica Bolina lying face down and partially naked in front of a group of policemen and other prisoners at a jail in Sao Paulo, Brazil. read

Former soldier, 73, charged with attempted murder of man with learning difficulties who was shot dead in Northern Ireland more than 40 years ago

John Cunningham, 27, was shot by the Army in a field in Benburb, Co Armagh, in June 1974. The suspect is expected to appear at Omagh Magistrates Court in Co Tyrone today. read

Shocking moment drunken soldiers including Buckingham Palace guardsman carried out horrifying assault where victim's head was stamped on 18 TIMES - and they avoided jail 

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Shaun Smith, and Jason Collins had been drinking when they were filmed attacking two men near their barracks at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire last April. read

Bali Nine duo could face a firing squad as early as Tuesday after drug smugglers were today given 72-hour notice of their executions

Bali Nine duo Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have been given notice of their execution, and could be killed by firing squad as early as Tuesday. read

Broken record or hit single? Research finds most popular chart songs repeat same words over and over again

Researchers have found songs such as Madonna's Papa Don't Preach and Taylor Swift's Shake If Off - which repeat entire phrases - are more likely to be commercially successful. read

Princess Beatrice enjoys shopping in Mayfair after Florence trip

Princess Beatrice was back in London on Friday after enjoying a trip to Florence for a fashion conference. She was spotted in Mayfair carrying a bag from Karl Lagerfeld's London store. read

Dolphins may be putting their health at risk as they shout to overcome the background noise of passing ships, a study reveals 

Researchers believe the mammals could be putting their health at risk, because having to communicate loudly with each other to overcome background noise uses up far more oxygen. read

How Come Dine With Me generation hosts dinner parties

In a survey of 1,000 adults by private chef hiring service ChefXChange, it looked at the differences between dinner party guests in the 70s and 80s and those who attend such events today. read

University of Birmingham's Imran Uddin who hacked system for better degree jailed

University of Birmingham student Imran Uddin, 25, used a keyboard spying device to steal staff passwords and then upped five of his exam marks. read

Yener Torun captures colourful side of Istanbul in spectacular Instagram pictures

Architect and photographer Yener Torun sought to challenge the one dimensional view of Istanbul and captures the new, minimalistic buildings that add a splash of colour to the city. read

Honey, I'm home! Shocking image shows moment red Mazda careered off the road and smashed into house's front door 

The vehicle hit the property in Crossgates, Leeds with such force that the car, which has its front end completely destroyed int he crash, became stuck in the wall. read

Angelina Jolie's film Difret exploited Ethiopian girl rape agony who 'wasn't told'

Aberash Bekele, 32, is angry at the filmmakers for using her story without her knowledge or consent, and failing, initially, to pay her compensation. read

The 10 signs of MENOPAUSE every woman should be aware of

London-based GP Deyo Famuboni reveals the 10 signs you could be experiencing perimenopause, the transition period women go through before the menopause. read

ISIS unveils the ISHS, its own version of Britain's NHS

Islamic State have reportedly launched their own 'health service', bearing remarkable similarities to the publicly funded British health service, the National Health Service (NHS). read

Italian police reveal Al Qaeda militants plotted terror attack on the Vatican

An ongoing series of raids largely focussing on the autonomous island of Sardinia is targeting 18 people, including two men thought to have worked for the late Al Qaeda leader, investigators said. read

Could you survive as a Victorian pauper? Yes, that is Ann Widdecombe, in a new reality show that sends six celebrities back in time to endure the poverty of yesteryear

Historian Ruth Goodman sent six celebrities back in time to the early Victorian era to live and work as the poorest people did in a new BBC1 series called 24 Hours In The Past. read

Prince Charles joins son Harry and world leaders to mark Gallipoli landings

The royals met descendants of fallen soldiers on the Royal Navy's HMS Bulwark in Turkey's Dardanelles straits, the same crucial waters the Allies hoped to control 100 years ago. read

Teenager left in a coma by suicide attempt after months of bullying

Bradley Parkes, 16, is fighting for his life in a coma after being driven to attempt suicide following months of bullying by a gang in Coventry who slashed him in the face. read

Second man Khalid Rashad charged over London street murder of Syrian-born preacher

Khalid Rashad, 61, was charged earlier today following an investigation into the death of Abdul Hadi Arwani - an outspoken critic of the Assad regime who was shot dead this month. read

Eloise Parry's mother gives stark warning over internet diet pills

Fiona Parry, mother of Eloise, who was tragically killed at the age of 21 after taking diet pills she bought online warns other parents of the danger posed by dieting with unknown drugs bought on the internet. read

Coroner blasts 'confusing' advice given to parents on taking babies to bed with them after seven-week old boy dies while sleeping alongside his mother 

Efan James, who was described as 'well cared-for and loved', was sharing his mother Hannah James' bed when he died in his sleep last October in Milford Haven, West Wales. read

Letting your baby nap in a car seat, swing or bouncer could be deadly

Researchers at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center warned babies put to sleep in car seats, slings, swings and bouncers were at risk of death via strangulation from straps or suffocation. read

Kate Middleton's uncle Gary Goldsmith hunts the cyclist who ran over his dog

Gary Goldsmith, the controversial brother of Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton, posted a picture of the alleged culprit who hit his chihuahua, Cheech, on social media. read

Trussell Trust charges £1,500 to set up food banks for 'PR and branding'

The Trussell Trust asks for a 'donation' from churches and community groups which want to open a food bank which will be spent on staff, branding, PR advice and relationships with supermarkets. read

Temperatures set to plunge by TEN DEGREES with a Nordic blast making UK colder than Moscow

The plunge in temperature means Britain will go from being hotter than Turkey and Ibiza to colder than Moscow, Stockholm and Finland in a matter of days. read

Police search near rugby ground after body found in South Wales flat

Police have cordoned off an area surrounding Pontypridd Rugby Club's Sardis Road stadium, where officers were seen searching the undergrowth this afternoon, pictured. read

'I won't quit my mates': Richard Hammond last to rule out return to Top Gear as producer launches scathing attack on 'meddling' BBC and Clarkson plots their next move in the pub 

Richard Hammond has ruled out returning to Top Gear, becoming the final presenter to leave the motoring show as he vowed that he would not 'quit' his friends Jeremy Clarkson and James May. read

Wedding couples turning to flying cameras for aerial photographs of big day

High tech filming equipment including drones, cranes and steady cams are increasingly being used at high end weddings to produce cinematic videos. read

Should sitting desks be banned in classrooms? Children pay more attention to lessons when standing, claims study

Scientists at Texas A&M University found that children increased their focus by as much as 12 per cent when asked to stand during their lessons. read

Three police officers accused of stealing £30k during raid on criminal 

Sergeant Stephen Phillips, left, and police constables Christopher Evans, centre, and Michael Stokes were arrested after an investigation South Wales police professional standards department. read

Nicholas Salvador who murdered great-grandmother pleads insanity

Nicholas Salvador, nicknamed 'Fat Nick', accused of beheading his great-grandmother in her north London garden has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. read

Crying toddler removed from Transavia Airlines flight and met by police

After setting off from Ben Gurion Airport in Israel, bound for London Luton, nineteen-month-old Sarina Aziz became agitated after cabin crew asked that she sit on her parents' lap. read

Daughter of £1.2m lotto winners who stole nursery cash avoids jail

Samantha Crossland, pictured, received a 12-month community order and ordered to to 180 hours' unpaid work after she admitted stealing £22,000 from the Child's Play nursery in Dewsbury. read

Royal Marine veteran who beat and controlled girlfriend is jailed

Royal Marine Bobby Burnett forced girlfriend Samantha Chudley to stop wearing make-up because he wanted to make her less attractive to other men, Exeter Crown Court heard. read

British Guantanamo detainee Shaker Aamer to be freed in June

Shaker Aamer, ho has a British wife and four children in London, is likely to be transferred to an undisclosed country over the summer, probably in June, it has been revealed. read

The best cuts of beef to buy for roasting, grilling and stewing

The infographic also shows that rump, fillet and T-Bone are the most popular cuts of meat we order when eating out but when it comes to cooking at home it's mince or burgers we buy. read

Angelina Jolie attacks UN paralysis over Syria's refugee crisis in New York

Angelina Jolie briefed the council as special envoy for the U.N. on refugee issues on Friday morning at UN headquarters in New York. Syria's ambassador said simply of her presence: 'She's beautiful.' read

Rogue trader dubbed the 'Hound of Hounslow' fails to pay £5m bail

The rogue trader facing charges he manipulated the share market and caused a trillion dollar Wall Street crash will remain in jail for the weekend after failing to pay his £5million bail. read

Men do more housework after retirement but not as much as women

A study of 1,302 German couples found men upped their daily chores from just two hours to 3.9 hours a day after they retired - but their partners were still doing far more. read

Sex offender jailed for life for brutally stabbing forensic science student

David Marshall must serve a minimum of 20 years behind bars for the murder of Eni Mevish, a 20-year-old student at Staffordshire University. read

TOWIE in Aberdeenshire braces for goldrush!

An investigation may have revealed existence of gold deposits in the town of Towie worth millions. Mining giants Koza Altin Isletmeleri GreenOre are now seeking permission for further inspection. read

HSBC looks at leaving the UK and could bring back Midland bank

Global banking giant HSBC will consider moving its headquarters out of the UK, chairman Douglas Flint will reveal today, with rumours that it could also relaunch the Midland banking brand. read

Abercrombie and Fitch vows to stop using shirtless models in its stores

According to new plans unveiled by Abercrombie and Fitch Co on Friday, the retailer will abandon many of the sexualized marketing ploys for which it is known in an attempt to lure back customers. read

Japanese women swear by tonic that cleanses blood and removes blemishes

The women of Japan swear by the 'beauty from within' philosophy and prefer to sip on tincture tonics to cleanse the system internally to encourage clear, unblemished skin. read

Exeter is too posh for Monopoly without low-rent home like 'Old Kent Road'

Thousands of Exeter residents have suggested streets to fill the more luxurious end of the Monopoly board, but no one has put forward ideas for what should be Old Kent Road. read

Poldark's chest obsession is 'sexist and undermines the whole show'

Aidan Turner's Poldark co-star Heida Reed has claimed the obsession with his body is sexist, and is unintentionally undermining the BBC1 series. read

Detectives offer £40k in Playboy's Eve Stratford and Lynee Weedon murders

Glamour model Eve Stratford, 22, (pictured) was found with her throat slashed at her east London home in 1975. Six months later, Lynne Weedon, 16, was attacked and raped in an alleyway. read

Axe raider Boomerang Boy jailed for six years for attempted robbery

An axe-wielding robber has been jailed after his attempt to rob a store in County Durham was foiled when he was jumped on by the shopkeeper and hit by his wife with a baseball bat. read

Suffolk boy's video of his FORTY-FIVE pills for cystic fibrosis hits 1m views

The footage of Jesse O'Brien was taken by his mother Heidi, 37, from Suffolk, to encourage the youngster to take the vast volume of drugs he has to consume every single day to battle his illness. read

Moment Auschwitz survivor reached out to forgive SS Guard during his trial 

Eva Kor, 81, arrived in Lueneburg to give evidence at the trial of Oskar Groening, 93 – known as the 'bookkeeper of Auschwitz'. The pair were seen embracing as they met in the courtroom. read

Couple aged 103 and 91 to become world's oldest newlyweds

George Kirby and 91-year-old Doreen Luckie (pictured), from Eastbourne, East Sussex, will marry after meeting 27 years ago. They will become the oldest newlyweds in history. read

Malaria vaccine could be available within months after trial results

The drug, known as RTS,S, has been developed by British firm GlaxoSmithKline over 30 years, and tests show that it could prevent millions of cases of the disease in very young children. read

North Korea may have DOUBLE the number of nuclear weapons as previously believed

The pariah state led by Kim Jong Un (pictured) may have 20 warheads not 10 as previous US forecasts held, and its stockpile of weapons could grow to 50 or even 100 within the next five years. read

Is this how Kate Middleton will get her pre-royal baby body back

As the Duchess of Cambridge prepares to have her second child, a physiotherapist advises women on the steps they should take to safely get back in shape after giving birth. read

How safe are the prawns YOU'RE eating? Farmed shrimp found to contain traces of E.coli, MRSA and salmonella

Experts at Consumer Reports tested 342 packages of frozen prawns from farms in Thailand, India and Indonesia. They found 60 per cent were found with traces of harmful bacteria. read

BBC's Charlie Stayt spells 'education' wrong as he reports live from classroom

Presenter Charlie Stayt's embarrassing spelling error was spotted by eagle-eyed BBC Breakfast viewers during a live report from a primary school in Southampton, Hampshire. read

Kim Kardashian marks Armenian genocide anniversary on Twitter

The 34-year-old began the social media postings on Friday by saying she is 'proud' to have visited, but admitted is saddened by the fact 'not everyone has recognized that 1.5 million people were murdered'. read

South Africa 'murderers' rounded up and burned alive by vigilante mob

A harrowing video has emerged on social media showing five men being tied together and set on fire after they murdered a 30-year-old in a local bar in South Africa. read

More Lord Janner victims come forward after peer escapes charges

The 1986 Janner file is mentioned in an investigation into an alleged government cover up but its contents remain a mystery. read

Migrant boat 'captain' is just a 'nasty good-for-nothing' deckhand

Migrant boat 'captain' Mohammed Ali Malek, 27, is just a lowly deckhand who boasted to fishermen in his hometown of Sfax, Tunisia, that he would strike it rich on his maiden trafficking run. read

EU leaders triple funds for migrant rescue operations in Mediterranean

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, whose country has been faced with almost daily tragedies as rescuers pluck bodies from the waters, called it 'a giant step forward.' read

Scientists find magma under Yellowstone that could fill Grand Canyon 11 TIMES

Researchers from the University of Utah tracked seismic waves to map Yellowstone. The chamber (shown in yellow) measures 11,035 cubic miles (46,000 cubic km). read

No bathroom, no mains electricity, and the only way you can get there is by toy train: Tiny wooden shack on remote sandbank goes on sale for £230,000 (and you'll have to pay rent ON TOP of that)

Measuring just 15ft by 10ft, the remote beach hut on Mudeford Spit in Christchurch, Dorset, is the same price as a five-bedroom house in Herefordshire. read

Lack of natural sunlight thought to be driving up short-sightedness among young

In China, where four in five teens are shortsighted, some schools are using translucent classrooms to expose children to more sunlight, after research showed it helped combat the condition. read

Gwent teaching assistant suspended after she is found with amphetamine

Lisa Heath, 45, an assistant at Willowtown Community Primary School in Gwent, was caught with Class B amphetamines after another member of staff found them in her handbag and called police. read

Officers in Cardiff for Sergeant Louise Lucas who died saving her daughter

Sergeant Louise Lucas, 41, was off-duty and on a shopping trip with her eight-year-old daughter Olivia in Swansea, South Wales, when she was struck on a busy road as they tried to cross. read

Morbidly obese Lisburn man takes up cycling and sheds 19 STONE in a year

David Rush, 33, from Lisburn, piled on the pounds in his twenties after leaving home. But after hitting 34st, he decided to make a change and took up cycling with the result he has shed 19st in a year. read

They will not be forgotten: Australians post stirring pictures from dawn services around the country to mark 100 years since the Gallipoli landing

Australians have taken to social media to remember the sacrifice of the Anzacs, as huge crowds gathered at dawn services to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landings. read

Galloping into carnage: Newly discovered account by a boy sent to Gallipoli with his beloved horse brings the disaster to life, 100 years on 

The attack began at sea, before we could even spy land. The 15in guns on our flagship, the Queen Elizabeth, opened fire and what a noise it was, rather like an express train going through a tunnel, writes, Norman Woodcock, pictured. read

A very personal story from HARRY MOUNT in Gallipoli

When my great-grandfather Brigadier-General Lord Longford, pictured, came to fight – and die – at Gallipoli a century ago, he was deeply excited at the thought of sailing to Troy. read

Three British planespotters locked up in the UAE for 'spying' freed

Conrad Clitheroe, 54 and Gary Cooper, 45, from Stockport, along with their ex-pat friend Neil Munro were stopped by police for writing down aircraft registration numbers at Fujairah Airport. read

Wartime scientist revisits secret Drakelow Underground Factory

Mary Cartwright was 20 when she was called up to work in the laboratory at Drakelow Shadow Factory in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, in 1943. read

Michael Schumacher's son Mick set for Formula 4 debut

The 16-year-son of Michael Schumacher, the seven-time Formula One champion, is set to make his debut in the same sport this weekend. read

The 'flirtation cards' 19th-century men used to woo ladies

In 19th-century America, 'escort cards' - not to be confused with the explicit sort you might imagine today - were handed to women by men who found them attractive. read

This is what travel will look like in 2030, 2050 and 2100

Futuristic technologies will revolutionise the way we holiday. Many futurists predict that space travel will become far more common and underwater hotels mainstream - in as little as 15 years. read

Mac on...the Hatton Garden heist 

'You heard me, Colin. As well as my big drill I want our TV and my wife's jewellery back!' read

Would you shell out £50,000 for this rare egg? Collectors' item laid by largest bird that ever lived goes up for auction

Laid by the elephant bird, the rare egg could be 800 years old and is expected to fetch up to £50,000 at auction at Sotheby's in London on Thursday. read

Goldsmiths University diversity officer banned white cis men from 'anti-racism' event

A picture of Bahar Mustafa, student union Welfare and Diversity Officer at Goldsmiths University in London, pretending to cry was posted online shortly after she was accused of discrimination. read

Andrea McVeigh scarred for life a cyclist on pavement hit her in Southwark

The cyclist was being hunted by police after he allegedly ploughed into pedestrian Andrea McVeigh in Bermondsey, south London, sending her crashing face-first into the pavement. read

Prosecutors accused of losing a CAR at the centre of double murder case 

A grey Nissan Micra (similar to the one pictured) at the centre of a double murder case has been lost by the Crown Prosecution Service, Bristol Crown Court was told. read

Inside the spiritual home of rugby where sport was born when William Webb Ellis first decided to pick up a football and run 

Rugby School is known as the spiritual home of the game, with the World Cup trophy named the Webb Ellis Cup in honour of the schoolboy who made the daring decision to disregard the rules. read