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Kate Middleton goes into labour with royal baby due any moment

Kate, 33, was taken from her apartment at Kensington Palace to St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, west London, where she is due to give birth to the fourth in line to the throne. read

William Hill slash odds on royal baby being called Alice

Bookmaker William Hill slashed the odds of the new royal baby being given the name Alice from 14-1 to 4-1 after a flurry of bets were made last week. read

Kate Middleton's royal baby team at St Mary's Lindo Wing revealed

Consultant Guy Thorpe-Beeston (pictured) takes over from Sir Marcus Setchell as lead medical officer - while Kate's stylist, Amanda Cook Tucker, is believed to be on speed dial. read

Why Kate Middleton's royal baby will be a prince or princess

Prince William and Kate's new baby will be fourth in line to throne and will be entitled to call themselves a prince or princess thanks to the Queen ruling that the youngster should have an HRH title. read

Police probe Richard Garvie who 'asked girl on Snapchat, ready for bed yet?'

Richard Garvie, 30, is said to have sent 'inappropriate' messages to the sixth former after addressing students at Wellingborough School, Northamptonshire, last week. read

Lord Janner was still director of his firm THREE WEEKS ago, it emerges as damning dossier alleges police chief allowed peer to molest young boys 

Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders ruled the Labour peer (pictured) would not be prosecuted, yet less than a week earlier he was still director of West Heath Road Seasons Ltd. read

Isis vows revenge after leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 'seriously wounded in air strike'

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (pictured) was seriously injured in an air strike and is said to be no longer in control of the terrorist group. read

Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris 'could face further charges'

Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris was jailed in July last year for five years and nine months for a string of sex attacks on young girls - including one victim who was aged just seven or eight at the time. read

Police probe car insurance giants selling data to cold callers

City of London police revealed that they have arrested three people over allegations that the personal details of customers of LV= insurance were sold for nearly £17,000. read

Decorator catches ghost on camera while exploring haunted St Thomas's Hospital

Jamie-Leigh Brown, 21, was walking the corridors of St Thomas's Hospital in Stockport - which closed down in 2004 - when she took the chilling picture appearing to show a doctor. read

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Suddenly you can't escape Diana's niece, Lady Kitty Spencer

The gleaming blonde hair and piercing blue eyes are eerily familiar. They belong to Lady Kitty Spencer, but the resemblance to her late aunt Princess Diana is quite unmistakable. read

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Now the leftie laureate snubs ANOTHER royal birth

Glasgow-born Carol Ann Duffy has declined to compose a verse for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child. read

Video shows man baiting his dogs to attack terrified sheep 

Three dogs can be seen terrorising the farm animal in a field in Barrow, Cumbria, on New Year's day last year, over which Dean Quirk, 26, has since pleaded guilty to dog baiting. read

Eric Joyce faces jail after being found GUILTY of attacking two teen boys

The 54-year-old grabbed one of the teenagers, aged 14 and 15,  at News and Food Express in Camden, north London, last October when he tried to move past him in the shop's narrow aisles. read

Gary Lineker and brother Wayne were once best friends but now no longer speak

According to Wayne (pictured with Gary), the rift dates back to 2008 when the BBC presenter, recently divorced, took lingerie model Danielle Bux to meet his sibling for the first time in Ibiza. read

'Nimby' homeowners stop young getting on property ladder

A leading economist has claimed that homeowners are behaving like Nimbys and depriving their own children of the chance to buy a house by opposing planning applications for new housing developments read

Police sergeant says officers increasingly reliant on social media due to budget cuts 

Sergeant Andy Stewart, of Devon and Cornwall Police, made the remarks at a Wadebridge town council meeting. He added he could 'toe the corporate line' but instead wanted to tell 'the truth'. read

Mini Mozart Curtis Elton helped by his slightly pushy mother, writes JAN MOIR

At the age of 11, Curtis Elton has become the youngest person in the world to gain a university degree in music having 'graduated' with a Licentiate of Trinity College London in piano playing. read

Crooks who sold bespoke 'party bags' of drugs jailed for 14 years

A pair of crooks have been jailed for a total of 14 years for running an international trafficking business on the depths of the internet and shipping narcotics 'party packs'. read

Cliff Richard makes visit to Britain as child sex abuse investigation continues

Looking weary and haunted, Sir Cliff Richard, 74, stepped briefly on to British soil – as the police inquiry into child sex abuse allegations against him shows no sign of coming to an end. read

How to cure the mayhem caused by high fashion shoes

On a visit to a voter’s house in Hounslow, West London, this week the PM’s wife removed her loafers to reveal tootsies that looked every bit as hardened and battle-weary as her husband. read

Controversial morning-after pill that works FIVE days later rolled out to UK pharmacies after change in EU laws

The powerful pill, ellaOne, had only been trialled in some chemists before now. But last month it was introduced in pharmacies across the country after a change in European Union licensing laws. read

Cholesterol-busting statins could reduce lung cancer death rusk by nearly a fifth 

The protective effect of statins (pictured) also applies if taken six months after diagnosis, according to the Queen's University Belfast study exploring whether current drugs could be used in new treatments. read

Man hides transgender girlfriend because he fears family will 'take the mickey'

Dale Brink, 23, and Hannah Whetton, 21, from Doncaster, met before she underwent gender reassignment surgery, but say the older generation don't understand their relationship. read

Sarah McKenzie-Ayres free from court for hitting male with champagne bottle

Sarah McKenzie-Ayres, 19, was pictured laughing as she walked free from court today after being handed a suspended sentence for striking the man in a Manchester nightclub last September. read

Patryk Filipski who burgled blind pensioner's home caught by DNA on beer bottle

Polish Patryk Filipski, 22, (pictured) broke into the 89-year-old woman's home in Birmingham but detectives found saliva he had left on a beer bottle he had drunk from, leading to his arrest. read

Floyd Mayweather, the thug with two jets and 100 cars

Floyd Mayweather - thanks to stratospheric talent and a knack for self-promotion - has succeeded in becoming the world’s highest-earning sportsman, with an estimated $400 million fortune. read

Is the internet on the brink of collapse? The web could reach its limit in just eight years, warn engineers

Leading engineers, physicists and telecoms firms have been summoned to a meeting at London's Royal Society later this month, to discuss what can be done to avert a web crisis. read

Investigation into claims coach at Henley rowing club which hosts famous regatta 'bullied junior girls' 

The sport’s governing body, British Rowing, is understood to be looking into complaints about alleged bullying and favouritism in crew selection at the club, which hosts the Henley Regatta. read

Not the time for a wardrobe malfunction! Teenager's trousers fall down as he asks Clegg for a selfie 

A teenager whose trousers fell down as he tried to take a selfie with Nick Clegg outside Solihull College says his friends will 'never let him live it down'. read

I won't be voting Tory with enthusiasm on Thursday, writes TOM UTLEY

My heart sank as I joined David Cameron on the election trail this week, when I learned that our first port of call was to be the Chartered Accountants’ Hall in the City of London, writes TOM UTLEY. read

Ed & Nicola, a Jackie magazine special: We imagine how the Labour and SNP leaders' relationship might look in the teen casebook

As the election campaign rolls interminably on, we've decide to create our own photo casebook featuring that ever-flirting pair Ed Miliband and Nicola Sturgeon. read

Ed Balls 'plans £45billion tax raid in first budget' warn City experts who say Shadow Chancellor would raise pensions and inheritance taxes

Well-placed City sources say Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls wants to move quickly to cut the deficit further – without significantly cutting public spending. read

Sister Reeves stalled like a horse refusing at the water jump by QUENTIN LETTS

Nothing Miss Reeves said was remotely newsworthy – until the moment when she had to big up the local candidate. She hailed her as ‘the fantastic…’; and here she stalled, writes QUENTIN LETTS. read

Three quarters of top bosses fear 'toxic' Left-wing pact between Labour and the SNP 

More than three-quarters of company directors are worried about a ‘toxic’ Labour government propped up by the Scottish National Party, a survey showed yesterday. read

Ed Miliband accused of 'insulting public's intelligence'

Critics said the Labour leader was ‘insulting people’s intelligence’ when he used a TV debate to claim he would not work with Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond. read

Ed Miliband speech in Glasgow turns ugly with pro-independence crowd

Scottish independence protesters demonstrated in front of Labour supporters and played The Muppets theme tune before Mr Miliband arrived at the General Election rally. read

PLATELL'S PEOPLE: We women know you can't spend what you don't earn 

I firmly hope — indeed, I believe — that it is women who will carry David Cameron to victory. We’ve come to realise that Miliband doesn’t begin to understand basic house-keeping. read

David Cameron pledges to add £1,000 to pensioners' income within five years 

The Prime Minister will say that, thanks to the Conservative ‘triple lock’, the basic state pension will rise to £6,999 a year by 2019/20 according to current forecasts. read

Ethnic voters 'drop Ed Miliband' as proportion of Labour-supporting black and Asian voters drops by 20 per cent 

Data from the British Election Study shows that Ed Miliband is on course to get just 47 per cent of the black and Asian vote, down from the 69 per cent that Gordon Brown managed in 2010. read

Labour threat to purge senior business advisers from Whitehall: Shake-up would rid civil service of industry leaders brought in by the Tories

Chuka Umunna, Labour's business spokesman, has queried the integrity of some of the commercial and industrial leaders brought in by the Coalition. read

Would YOUR marriage survive putting up Ikea's flatpack from hell?

Jill Foster, 40, and her husband of five years, Robin, 46, were challenged to put the monstrous, 7ft-high ‘Liatorp’ storage unit together. read

Your top aircraft safety questions answered by pilots

From querying the odds for crashing, to wondering why planes don't provide parachutes, the list of safety questions is endless. British Airways' Captain Dave Thomas answers common queries. read

Apple launches the 'OAP iPad' with larger texts, medication reminders and simplified software for pensioners 

The pensioner-friendly iPads have been launched in Japan, where they became the top-selling tablet in the country within a few hours, according to Apple. read

Ayr Subway sandwich shop worker says he was forced to quit over texts from boss

Declan McCurdie, 17, allegedly received messages from his employer referring to him as 'big boy' and telling him to 'lose the beard' during his 12 week employment at a Subway branch in Ayr. read

A throng of A-list pals, a venue fit for a Sultan and its own social media hashtag, is David Beckham's 40th birthday going to be the party of the year?

FEMAIL takes a look at exactly what the star could be getting up to whilst ringing in his milestone birthday. read

'Where is my humanitarian!?': Walking Dead star terrifies NYC subway passengers by launching into a crazed rant on train

Chad L. Coleman - who played Tyreese on The Walking Dead - had a complete meltdown on the 4 train as he went through lower Manhattan on Friday, screaming and yelling at passengers. read

Bamber Gascoigne's £2million gems he was left by aunty: The dazzling haul veteran broadcaster 'accidentally inherited' 

Veteran broadcaster Bamber Gascoigne inherited a crumbling mansion with 50 rooms, which contained more than £2million worth of luxury goods. read

Police concerned for Amanda Mellor who went missing with her two children

Police have issued a public appeal amid increasing concerns for the welfare of a mother and her two daughters who went missing from their Blackburn home yesterday afternoon. read

Thunderstorms and millions snarled in traffic chaos: Welcome to a very British bank holiday weekend

After one of the warmest April's on record, May will get off to a cold and soggy start, with showers setting in for the whole of the long weekend, pictured Leicester Morris men dance during celebrations. read

Cambridgeshire biker's windpipe almost severed by rope strung between two trees

Connor's devastated father Michael Cahalane, from Cambridgeshire, has begged anyone with information as to why the rope was strung up between the trees to come forward. read

Arjun Seth behind Protein World's Beach Body posters is a millionaire's son

Arjun Seth, 30, and his team believe tens of thousands of supposed 'feminist terrorists' are only opposed to his bikini-focussed campaign because they are 'insecure' about their own bodies. read

Lisa Moller hanged herself after row with 'jealous' boyfriend

Lisa Moller, 35, of Barry, had been on a night out with her friend - but when she got home was 'verbally abused' by partner Joe Ashenhurst. The mother of two then tragically hanged herself. read

Teen in sex attack on Ione Wells who wrote open letter revealed

Ione Wells, 20, wrote a defiant open letter to her assailant, a 17-year-old Somali migrant (pictured). The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to sexual assault. read

'Let's celebrate women without all the taboos': Indian 'playboy' takes on gender inequality one dinner date at a time - with a different woman every night for a YEAR

Angered by gender inequality in India, Sunder Ramu (pictured with date 18, Kanishka) is trying to empower women. The women choose where they eat and even order his food. read

Tumblr blog Sh** People Say To Women Directors reveals sexism in film industry

Although Hollywood boasts many talented female directors, such as Angelina Jolie (L) and Kathryn Bigelow (R), a new blog has revealed the endless sexism they are still forced to endure. read

Flight attendant 'needs stitches after Barbra Streisand's pet dog Sammie attacks her'

TMZ report that the singer's pet pooch 'attacked a flight attendant' during a private plane trip from New York to Washington DC this week. read

Ben E King dead at 76

King, who was born in Henderson, North Carolina, and began his career in the late 1950s with The Drifters, passed away of natural causes on Thursday, according to his publicist. read

Time for a brew: How cup of tea can perk up your brain in 30 minutes 

Neurological activity increases noticeably around half an hour after drinking black or green tea, a study found, including processes linked to memory and decision making. read

Insomniacs are 'likely to feel more pain'

It seems insomniacs are less able to tolerate pain for long periods compared to those people who have no problems sleeping. read

Claire Waxman stalked for 12 years reveals toll of Elliot Fogel's obsession

For more than a decade former television producer Elliot Fogel wreaked havoc in mother-of-two Claire Waxman’s life, waging an intense campaign of harassment and intimidation. read

Donna Adams told she was too fat to adopt is given the green light

Donna Adams, 42, from East Grinstead, was told by West Sussex County Council that her application had been rejected on the grounds of her size 14 frame. Now another council has give her hope. read

Woman who sparked storm by shopping wolf whistler to police insists she has no regrets

Poppy Smart, a 23-year-old digital marketing co-ordinator from Worcester (pictured), speaks exclusively about the headlines she made by reporting a group of builders to police for wolf-whistling. read

Men's sex-drive hormone levels drop after 12 months 

During the first year a man is poised to fight off competition from rivals while keeping an eye out for a more suitable mate, a study in the Evolutionary Psychology journal has found. read

Jodie Kidd's husband of four months David Blakeley granted a 'quickie' divorce on account of her 'unreasonable behaviour'

The former supermodel's estranged partner was granted a 'quickie' decree of judicial separation in just 45 seconds on the grounds of her 'unreasonable behaviour' on Friday morning. read

Tatler unveils its guide to the UK's most eligible bachelors

Tatler has produced a guide to the most eligible marquesses in Britain, among them George Spencer-Churchill, Marquess of Blandford, 22, who is heir to the Dukedom of Marlborough. read

More than 500 British-bound migrants set up camps in the heart of Paris

Many have reached the French capital after perilous journeys on traffickers' boats from Libya - in which hundreds have drowned in recent weeks. read

Oregon's 'Lost Lake' disappearing because a lava tube is swallowing the water

A vast tunnel beneath the 'Lost Lake' off Oregon's Highway 20 is draining it of all its water in the winter. Some believe this water may seep into the porous subsurface underground, refilling an aquifer. read

'Peppa Pig taught my daughter the F-word' says Port Talbot mother

Fuming Laura Burroughs from Port Talbot, Wales, blamed Lilly-May's father for teaching her the swear words - before realising she learnt them from the £20 toy bought from an Argos store. read

Keeping secrets saps your energy as much as carrying physical weights

Scientists at Columbia Business School in New York found that being preoccupied with a secret causes you to use up personal, intellectual and motivational resources. read

Graeme Smith's wife reveals heartache of 'discovering he's having an affair'

Graeme Smith's (left) wife Morgan Deane (right) says she has 'been through hell and back' since finding out the former South African cricketer - who she has two children with - 'was having an affair'. read

Rights group urges Paraguay to permit girl to have abortion

The ten-year-old girl was taken to hospital in Paraguay by her mother after complaining about stomach cramps, and doctors found that she was 21 weeks pregnant. read

David Haye's credit card is declined at upmarket Dubai restaurant

Former boxer David Haye (pictured) had his credit card declined at an upmarket restaurant in Dubai just one week after he was arrested at the airport over a £317,000 cheque that bounced. read

Manny Pacquiao's father denies 20-year feud with son

Rosalio Pacquiao, 56, described in his first ever western media interview how they were so poor even rice was a luxury in the southern Philippines and denied killing young Manny's dog. read

Schoolboy, 10, is 'arrested' by police after his mother called the cops to 'teach him a lesson'

A mother in Columbus, Georgia, who learned her 10-year-old son Sean was misbehaving in class decided to enlist the help of the local police to teach him a lesson. read

Lori Murdock given months to live asks strangers to donate £1 each

Lori Murdock, 59, from Devon has been accepted to take part in a pioneering cancer trial at The Christie Hospital in Manchester. She said: 'It is my last chance, but it's a real chance.' read

What's the secret to living to 100? No cigarettes, stay slim and drink only four coffees

A study by scientists at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden has found those most likely to reach the grand old age of 100 were non smokers and had a healthy cholesterol level. read

Man who racially abused an Asian police officer in drunken rant pictured 'blacked up'

Tim More, pictured 'blacked up', shouted and swore at the Asian officer when he tried to stop him from drinking on a night out with friends in Whitby, North Yorkshire. read

Eastbourne cyclist captures bus 'millimetres' away from colliding with him

Ric Stern was enjoying a leisurely ride near his home in Eastbourne, East Sussex when the bus emerged from a side street. read

Finally Home: Bali Nine duo bodies return to Australia with devastated families as its revealed Indonesia ignored advice their executions may have been ILLEGAL

The bodies of executed Bali duo Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have arrived at Sydney airport after the final leg of their journey home to Australia. The pair left Jakarta on Friday night. read

Brain scans reveal what happens during an out-of-body experience 

Neuroscientists at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden used video headsets to trick volunteers into believing they were looking at themselves from inside a stranger's body. read

A £12 jar of serum saved my sex life, says mother who suffered painful symptoms of the early menopause

Melanie Parkinson, 45, from Nottingham, said her intimate area became dry and delicate, making it impossible to enjoy sex with her husband. She claims a £12 serum was her 'miracle cure.' read

Joke about punching women during sex appears in Oxford university newspaper 

The quote 'No I haven't punched a girl during sex. But never say never' is highlighted at the top of a page in The Newt, a publication distributed around the University of Oxford's New College. read

Two dead in China's Wenzhou City after tourists thrown from park ride

These are the shocking scenes when two tourists plunged to their deaths in a Chinese amusement park after the ride, called 'Scream', started before they had secured their safety belts. read

Danielle Parsons arrested on suspicion of killing her daughter Esmee

A 22-year-old, named locally as Danielle Parsons, was arrested on suspicion of child neglect and causing death by dangerous driving after a car crash in Birmingham yesterday afternoon. read

The incredible Bajau refugees who built their homes in the ocean

The Bajau people fled the Philippines for Malaysia, only to find themselves banned from stepping ashore. Their response is to develop a life entirely depending on the ocean. read

Read history as it happened: Extraordinary Daily Mail pages from the day Adolf Hitler died 70 years ago this week 

Seven decades ago this week history's most notorious mass murderer died - described by the Daily Mail as the 'news the world's been praying for'. read

Vandals spray 'Tory scum' and 'media hungry' on Conservative MP's family cars

Charlotte Leslie, defending a majority of 3,200 in Bristol North West, said the incidents were 'very upsetting' and she now feared for her parents' safety. read

John Prescott throws punches in the boxing ring at TV news reporter

Lord Prescott was campaigning in Redcar for Labour candidate Anna Turley, when he visited the local boxing club and climbed into the ring to trade blows with TV reporter Michael Crick. read

Boy, 3, dies from meningitis North Middlesex Hospital doctors mistook for chickenpox

Armagan Denli, three, died in North Middlesex Hospital, London, on April 19 from meningitis. His parents claim if doctors had not mistaken the infection for chickenpox he would still be alive. read

Wife Val Turner hid terminal cancer for two years to care for her dying husband Bernard

Val Turner, 66, died in April just two months after her husband, Bernard, 68, who suffered multiple sclerosis. The couple (pictured on their wedding day) from Bodenham, Herefordshire, were married for 44 years. read

The Who's Pete Townshend blames Roger Daltrey's wife for their feuds

Pete Townshend has claimed that his numerous feuds with The Who bandmate Roger Daltrey may have been prevented if the latter had not married American model Heather Taylor in 1971. read

Sarah Brightman's space trip 'in jeopardy' amid claims she's not ready

Rumours in the Russian media suggest space bosses are looking to Japanese businessman Satoshi Takamatsu, who is said to have 'better preparedness' for September's flight. read

Princess Diana gave birth to Prince William standing up reveals SHEILA KITZINGER

Sheila Kitzinger was the natural childbirth activist and author 'who taught British women how to give birth', with generations of mothers following her invaluable advice. read

Simpler Menus is a translation tool that changes pretentious food terms into plain English

Online jargon buster Simpler Menus cuts pretentious dish descriptions down to size. Write the baffling phrase into and technology converts it into everyday language. read

Night Terrors augmented reality game turns your home into horror story

Night Terrors (pictured) uses the sensors on your smartphone to build up a map of your home. The Kansas-based developers say they want to create create a 'breathtakingly scary experience'. read

Apple ADMITS its Watch won't work with tattoos

California-based Apple confirmed the issue on a support page. It wrote: 'Permanent or temporary changes to your skin, such as some tattoos, can impact heart rate sensor performance.' read

Policeman Adam Rushton jailed for sex acts with vulnerable women he met on duty

PC Adam Rushton, from Newcastle, performed sex acts with five different vulnerable women over a four year period while working as an officer for Staffordshire Police. read

Expert warns dust mites and germs living in beds cause asthma, hayfever and flu

Lurking between the average set of bed sheets are 10 million dust mites, whose droppings can increase the risk of colds and allergies, while other organisms can triggger food poisoning, Dr Lisa Ackerley told MailOnline. read

New Jersey dog savages man after mistaking 'rough sex' for attack on his wife

Diane Manning from Jersey City, New Jersey, says pitbull Lily attacked her husband James, 31, when she mistook their rough sex for an assault, and that at no point was there a rape going on. read

Utah police body cam captures K9 attack on suspect's face AFTER surrender

Martin Lee Hoogveldt, 33, had already given himself up after armed police entered his home in West Jordan, Utah, but the canine still jumped at him, biting him across the face, refusing to let go. read

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic school closes in term time so teachers can go on pilgrimage

Furious parents have blasted a Catholic primary school in Birmingham as 'hypocritical' for closing in term time so that its teachers can travel to Rome for a four-day pilgrimage. read

They may look like they've been Photoshopped, but these pictures are real

They may look like Photoshopped trickery or a Surrealist painting, but these pictures are all the real deal thanks to a perfectly-timed click of the shutter. read

Amazon doubles minimum spend required for free delivery to £20

The increase will see low prices bumped up by delivery fees, and could drive customers away from the company and back to the high street. Amazon refused to explain the reason for the change. read

Italian apologises for hanging up on Pope Francis twice because he thought it was prank

The pontiff, who often contacts strangers who write to him or whose problems he hears about, called Italian Franco Rabuffi to comfort him as he was sick. But Rabuffi disconnected the call. read

Kim Jong-un snubs Russia after being refused 'special treatment'

The trip to Russia for its World War II anniversary celebrations in Moscow next week would have been his first overseas visit since taking power after the death of his father, Kim Jong-II in December 2011. read

No lectures today? Dishevelled students go straight from all night parties to join crowds for May Day celebrations in Oxford

As part of a tradition dating back more than 500 years, they heard the school choir sing Hymnus Eucharisticus at daybreak from the Great Tower. read

FEMAIL tests How Old Do I Look that predicts your age from a photo

A new online tool, which guesses a person's age from a photo, has gone viral with 35,000 users within hours of launching. We asked 25 volunteers to help us put it to the test. read

African football players conned of life savings revealed in The Unreported World

British wheelchair basketball player and TV presenter Ade Adepitan meets the football players from Cameroon left trapped abroad in Channel 4 documentary Unreported World, airing tonight. read

New London flats to have unrestricted views of Buckingham Palace grounds

No 1 Palace Street will be the only residential building to look directly over the gardens (future site circled). But just 14 apartments will offer the exclusive views, according to developers Northacre. read

An aspirin a day could reduce your risk of cervical cancer, study finds 

People who took aspirin seven or more times a week had a 47 per cent lower risk of developing cervical cancer, according to doctors from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. read

Missing Poldark? Don't fret! There's a host of classic TV remakes on the way

The current revival of Poldark - 40 years after the original - may be over, but the nation shouldn't worry. This includes Lady Chatterley's Lover that stars Joely Richardson and Sean Bean (pictured). read

Booked: The six Baltimore officers facing up to 30 years prison for the 'murder' of Freddie Gray in police van as cops' union attacks prosecutor for 'rush to judgement' 

Caesar Goodson, Garrett E. Miller, William G. Porter, Edward M. Nero, Brian W. Rice and Alicia D. White were all taken into custody after charges were filed in connection with the 25-year-old's fatal arrest. read

British holidaymakers removed from London to Houston plane after causing disturbance

Police were called to the plane's gate at George Bush Intercontinental Airport to restore order, telling local media that the tourists had been drinking and became unruly on the nine-hour journey. read

Pictures show Thai human traffickers camp where 50 prisoners were left to starve

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The decaying graves of up to 50 migrants have been discovered in a trafficking camp in Thailand where their captors held them in cages and left the 'sick and disabled to die'. read

Economic recovery and foreign students boost independent school numbers 

A total of 517,113 children now attend private school in the UK, the highest numbers since records began in 1974, which also represents around seven per cent of the school-age population. read

Sir Norman Bettison didn't disclose Hillsborough link when applying for job

Sir Norman Bettison did not mention his experience of the 1989 disaster when applying for a job with Merseyside Police, telling an inquest into the disaster he did not think it was 'relevant' to the job. read

Will Princess Pushy help solve the shooting of her toyboy tycoon? Family of murdered Russian oligarch plea with British Royal to help bring his killers to justice

Furniture magnate Mikhail Kravchenko, 46, was shot dead in 2012 after he was photographed walking hand-in-hand with Princess Michael of Kent during a romantic weekend in Venice. read

Rothschild family estate goes on the market for £24MILLION 

The Rushbrooke Estate, in Suffolk has been owned by one of Europe's most famous families since 1938. Most recently it was home to James Rothschild but it has now been put up for sale for £24m. read

Kim Jong-un's troops carrying out executions using anti-aircraft guns

The disturbing images of a long-distance firing range, which have been released by the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK), were taken in October last year near Pyongyang. read

Ex-wife of Vladimir Potanin launches legal bid to claim half his £10BILLION fortune

Natalia Potanina (right), the ex-wife of Vladimir Potanin (left), began her claim for half his fortune at Presnensky district court, Moscow, saying she would had his valuable mining shares over to the state. read

TThomson to pay £22,500 to tourist who fell ill at Egyptian resort

Mandy Davis, from Darlington, County Durham, said her 10-day stay at the Tropicana Rosetta & Jasmine Club in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh was ruined by gastric illness. read

George and Amal Clooney sail into a storm over plans for Thameside river lodge

Documents reveal the Clooneys were advised to scale down their blueprint for a timber-framed cabin surrounded by a veranda, referred to as the 'River House', at their £10m Berkshire house. read

Qantas fliers soon able to visit Great Barrier Reef from 35,000 ft

Qantas passengers flying in First Class are now able to visit Queensland's Great Barrier Reef from 35,000 feet through a virtual reality film headset that gives a 360 degree experience of the reef. read

Secrets from the Duke of Wellington's bedchamber

Behind the back of the wife, who he found unattractive, the Battle of Waterloo hero had a secret harem of lovers, including a princess, a lady and an ambassador's wife. read

Deliciously Ella on how YOU can build a global blogging brand from your bedroom 

The blogging sensation, who has over 6m unique users to her site a month, spoke about how she's made a business from what started out as a life-altering dietary change. read

Indian thief who stole necklace and swallowed it force-fed bananas

Medics at the Sion Hospital in Mumbai were forced to use the unusual fruit-based method as the necklace's large pendent slowed its progress through Anil Jadahav's digestive system. read

Elephants left motherless by poachers are brought up by foster parents in Kenya in 50-strong family 

The 50-strong family lives at an orphanage run by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya. They will stay there for up to three years before being moved to a rehabilitation centre in Tsavo East. read

Chile's Calbuco volcano erupts for the third time forcing thousands to flee

Calbuco spewed more than 200 million tonnes of ash last week, coating nearby towns and forcing the cancellation of flights as far as Buenos Aires 870 miles away. read

11 bizarre forgotten 'discoveries' made by the Victorians

A genealogist from West Yorkshire found Victorian 'discoveries' hidden in magazines from 1875 to 1895. The theories including a dinosaur-eating bird and canals on the planet Mars (pictured). read

NHS doctor Errol Cornish in the dock over caesarean death of Frances Cappuccini

Dr Errol Cornish (pictured) appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates' Court in Kent today charged with the manslaughter by gross negligence of primary school teacher Frances Cappuccini, 30. read

Report into Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall's abuse at the BBC delayed

Dame Janet Smith's report interviewed 775 people as part of the investigation and is expected to uncover hundreds of victims and reveal a culture of ignorance which 'protected' Savile. read

Woman spends more than three minutes trying to park her car 

The cringe worthy of a determined driver's bid to park their hatchback was captured in a southwest Melbourne shopping centre last month and uploaded to YouTube this week. read