Onlooker takes sick SELFIE at scene of horrific road crash as emergency services battle for more than an hour to free trapped woman and shocked witnesses cry: 'Is she dead?'

Man at Barnet crash scene is caught taking a SELFIE on his iPhone

An onlooker was caught taking a selfie at the scene of serious car crash as emergency services battled for more than an hour to free a trapped 19-year-old while others shouted 'Is she dead?' The man was seen holding his iPhone aloft as he posed for the picture on a bridge over the North Circular in Barnet with the multiple-vehicle pile-up clearly visible in the background. Paramedics and the air ambulance were sent to help rescue the woman who was trapped in her Peugeot 206 with a leg injury after two lorries and a car smashed into each other in north London. She was taken to hospital along with her two female passengers who were aged 15 and 19. A 48-year-old man, who was driving one of the lorries, has been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Hospital consultant becomes first man in UK to be ordered to pay EVERY penny of his £550,000 assets to his GP ex-wife in extraordinary divorce case

Hospital consultant must pay all his £550k assets to his GP ex-wife in divorce 1st

Anaesthetist Dr Essam Aly (left), 54, 'washed his hands' of his family after leaving wife Enas (right), 46, in 2011 and moving to Bahrain - and has not paid a penny in maintenance or child support since 2012. Out of the reach of the British authorities and courts, it was feared the 'serial defaulter' from Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, would never again pay to support her or their two children. So to ensure that the children and the wife would be secure, a family court judge ordered that their entire £550,000 fortune should go to the wife. Court of Appeal judges have now upheld the payout.

Sir Chris Hoy claims victory in 'elbow wars at 30,000ft' with an unlucky fellow air passenger who made a move on the Olympian's armrest

Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy has revealed that his intensive training came in handy at 30,000ft in a battle with a fellow passenger over an aeroplane seat armrest.

British taxpayers will be liable for £1BILLION of emergency loans to Greece as European Commissioner tears up 'black and white' deal to protect UK from bailout bills 

Sources close to Jean-Claude Juncker, the arch-federalist European Commission president, say he wants the UK to release the funds as part of emergency loans to Greece.

Furious rail passenger is arrested for 'stealing' electricity after using plug point on train to charge his phone  

Robin Lee, 45, was handcuffed and frogmarched to a police van for 'abstracting electricity' when he used a plug on board a Hackney Wick to Camden Road service in London.

ISIS blow up a booby-trapped BABY while teaching militants how to use explosives, says head of Iraqi security committee 

Using a remote control detonator, the baby was destroyed by the explosives to show the trainee terrorists how to assemble improvised explosive devices in Salahuddin province, Iraq.

Greece goes on strike: Civil service workers announce 24-hour walkout after government gives in to creditors... as summit insider reveals leaders' furious rows in tense talks

Greek civil service workers announce 24-hour strike after bailout deal

The union, Adedy, wants workers to protest the terms of the bailout agreement Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras negotiated with Greece's creditors when their country's parliament votes on the measures on Wednesday. While striking a deal was considered vital to securing Greece's future within the euro and preventing the country's economy collapsing, Tsipras (pictured top and bottom right) agreed to rush key measures on tax hikes, pension reforms, and a debt repayment fund through parliament. Greeks have reacted to the news of the bailout deal with fury, with one woman pictured burning the flag of the ruling party Syriza in front of the Greek parliament in Athens.

Now JK Rowling defends paralysed man on Twitter: Author calls vile troll, who told him he deserved to suffer, an 'imbecile'... after defending Serena Williams against abuse

The author stood up for Henry Fraser after he was sent an abusive email. The 23-year-old from Watford, Hertfordshire, who is a successful mouth painter, was told he 'should have died' after sea jump.

'Feminist hero who publicly shamed Tinder date for voicing his body-type preference is a hypocrite. Women are just as vocal', argues one VERY opinionated man

Michelle Thomas, 30, from Crystal Palace, publicly scolded a Tinder date for saying she wasn't his type. But author Peter Lloyd says she is in denial that women are just as bad. If not worse.

Brother and sister are shocked to arrive at their mother's grave to find a huge pile of rubble dumped on it

Brother and sister are sickened to find mother's grave covered in rubble

Alan and Margaret Hutchins were visiting the spot where their late mother Janet was laid to rest in Wilton Cemetery, Berkshire, when they discovered the mountain of broken up clay and chalk. Mrs Hutchins was buried seven weeks ago in the cemetery after she died on April 21. Her children had driven 40 miles at the weekend to put a plaque on the grave, but they were left in tears when they saw the huge pile of debris covering her final resting place.

Watch the Mona Lisa come to life: Interactive version of masterpiece sees her frown, turn her head, and even breathe

A digital version of the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci can change facial expressions, alter her mouth shape and even cause her chest to rise and fall like she is breathing.

British hang glider dies after crashing into a tree and breaking his neck when he fell 50ft to the ground in France

The 49-year-old, who has not been named, reportedly slammed into the ground and suffered a heart attack at an aviation centre near Dole in eastern France.

George is a 'little monkey' while Charlotte is a 'joy of heaven': Proud father Prince William tells of family life at Anmer Hall

The Duke of Cambridge discussed life at Anmer Hall this morning as he arrived to begin his first shift with the East Anglian Air Ambulance. He said he 'loves' the 'challenge' of having two children.

Beware, lions crossing (and mauling)! Breathtaking moment beasts catch antelope as stunned tourists watch just inches away from open car windows

Lions catch antelope inches from stunned tourists in Kruger National Park, South Africa

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Briton Carolyn Dunford, 23, captured the bloody drama in Kruger National Park, South Africa, along with wide-eyed nature-lovers - some of who risked their lives watching the spectacle through open car windows. 'The kudu burst from the bushes and the lions chased it into the cars,' she said. 'The first lion grabbed onto its back and the second came in and grabbed its throat (pictured main). They both tackled it.' Her photographs also show the beasts tear apart their catch as tourists look on (inset).

Fashion buyer, 26, who was celebrating her new job working for Vivienne Westwood was killed when her bike was crushed under the wheels of a lorry 

A young fashion buyer, who had worked with Vivienne Westwood, was crushed to death by a lorry as she cycled home minutes after celebrating getting a new job, an inquest heard.
Italian-born Federica Baldassa, 26, who moved to Whitechapel a year before her death to pursue her dream of working in fashion, was cycling home from central London after meeting a friend for a drink in February.
She was 'on top of the world' because her internship had just been made a permanent job and was planning a party for her upcoming birthday, St Pancras Coroner's Court heard.
But as she turned left down a narrow side street onto Bloomsbury Square she suffered a 'momentary lapse of concentration' and was killed instantly when she was pulled under the wheels of the lorry as it also turned left.
Miss Baldassa had worked for Westwood in Milan and the grey trousers and coat she was wearing are believed to be given to her by Westwood personally as a leaving present.
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Italian-born Federica Baldassa, 26, was wearing clothes personally given to her by fashion designer Vivienne Westwood when she was crushed to death by a lorry as she cycled home in central London.

Phil Neville accidentally sends VERY rude tweet after trying to send a message in Spanish saying he had been for a run on the beach... and making a crucial mistake

Former Premier League footballer Phil Neville was left red-faced after he made a rather rude mistake in a Spanish tweet aimed at fans of Valencia FC, where he has taken up a coaching position.

Firebrand Union baron accuses the Tories of being like NAZIS as he calls a second 24-hour Tube strike

People queue for buses at Stratford station, London, as commuters face travel misery trying to get to work because of a strike which has brought London Underground to a standstill. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday July 9, 2015. Thousands of workers launched a 24-hour walkout last night which will disrupt services until Friday morning. See PA story INDUSTRY Tube. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Hardline train drivers' union chief Mile Whelan announced a second Tube walk out would take place from 9.30pm on August 5 in a row over Boris Johnson's plans for a 24-hour service.

Outrage over new phone app that allows users to record themselves giving consent to sex with a named partner to protect them from date rape claims

Users film 20-second clips on their phones stating who they are about to have sex with and recording their face and their partner's.

Student who was handcuffed for giving a homeless man £1 wins £5,000 payout from police after he denied being drunk to officer who told him: 'That's not how I'll write it up'

Student George Wilson was handcuffed for giving homeless man £1 wins compensation

George Wilson (pictured), 20, was held by police who thought the men were swapping drugs - and later denied being drunk before an officer told him: 'That's not how I'll write it up'. Mr Wilson, of Wallasey, Merseyside, was handcuffed after a night out in Liverpool city centre but managed to make a voice recording of the incident on his phone. The student at Liverpool John Moores University had claimed the officer from Merseyside Police threatened to falsify a statement saying he was drunk and disorderly and also unlawfully detained him.

The troubled past of England's most expensive footballer: How Raheem Sterling was born into poverty in Jamaica where his dad was shot dead, became a father himself at 17... but now earns £200,000 a WEEK 

The troubled past of Raheem Sterling, set to become England's most expensive footballer

The 20-year-old forward, who has twice been cleared of assaulting women, is expected to complete a £49million move from Liverpool to Manchester City this week, marking a high-point in a young life that has had more than its share of controversy. For some, Sterling's off-the-pitch troubles have come to typify all that is wrong with modern football. But the star, pictured (left) with his girlfriend Paige Milian, and on a trip to Jamaica (right, and its capital Kingston, inset), has finally got his wish for a move and is reported to be on the verge of a £200,000-a-week contract.

Bookshops prepare for midnight rush of Harper Lee fans desperate to buy the long-awaited sequel to To Kill A Mockingbird

Bookshops across the country are preparing for a manic midnight rush of Harper Lee fans desperate to purchase the long-awaited sequel to To Kill A Mockingbird.

Mother who deliberately drove onto pavement to mow down the couple she thought had stolen her child's bike is jailed

A mother was jailed yesterday(mon) after mowing down a couple in her car because she thought they had stolen her child's bike.
Mother-of-three Amanda Myles, 34, mounted the pavement and ploughed into the pair throwing them flying into the air.
A court heard she believed Stacey Stokes, 26, and Jamie Huxtable, 29, had stolen her child's bike and drove to their house to confront them.
But after failing to get an answer at their house in Swansea, South Wales, she drove away in her silver Peugot 406 in a rage.

Amanda Myles left the pair with extensive injuries after sending them flying into the air during the dangerous hit-and-run crash in Swansea.

Cyclist withdraws from Tour de France after being diagnosed with testicular cancer 

Tinkoff-Saxo rider  Ivan Basso (L) rides next to Team Sky rider Chris Froome of Britain, race leader's yellow jersey, at the start of the 223.5-km (138.9 miles) 4th stage of the 102nd Tour de France cycling race from Seraing in Belgium, to Cambrai, France, July 7, 2015. Former Giro d'Italia winner Ivan Basso withdrew from the Tour de France on Monday July 13, 2015 after revealing he has testicular cancer. Picture taken July 7, 2015.   REUTERS/stefano Rellandini

Ivan Basso has withdrawn from the Tour de France after being diagnosed with testicular cancer. Basso was a key member of Alberto Contador's Tinkoff-Saxo squad, but will return home to Italy on Monday.

Revealed, the foods that help ease the agony of arthritis... from a turmeric latte and a cup of bone broth to a helping of avocado

Osteopath Antonia Boulton reveals how various foods can help ease the painful symptoms of arthritis, which causes swollen joints and affects around 10 million people in the UK.

Awkward! The moment Wimbledon runner-up Federer blanked winner Djokovic as he walked past him in locker room corridor just minutes after losing final

Roger Federer blanks Novak Djokovic minutes after losing Wimbledon final

Video footage shows how Federer failed to acknowledge Djokovic or his wife Jelena, who were embracing in the aftermath of the Serbian star's third Wimbledon victory. Instead, the vanquished player simply strided past the couple, averting his eyes and not speaking to any of the bystanders who were crowding the narrow corridor. At the time of the awkward brush-off, the BBC commentator said: 'No exchange there.'

Andy Murray's sweaty Wimbledon wristband sells for £2,100 after Duchess of Cornwall puts it on eBay to raise money for charity

The signed souvenir attracted 45 bids over three days after being listed on the online auctioneers by the Duchess of Cornwall on Thursday afternoon with a starting price of £50.

The laughing policeman who appeared to enjoy the tennis a little TOO much becomes the surprise star of Wimbledon

A British police officer reacts as he watches a giant screen showing the second set tie-break in the men's singles final match between Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Switzerland's Roger Federer, on day thirteen of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 12, 2015.  RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE  -- AFP PHOTO / LEON NEALLEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

The animated police officer could be seen holding his hands in his face, grimacing and squirming as he watched the men's final at Wimbledon at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in south west London.

Catch me if you can: El Chapo's son releases photos that he claims show the billion-dollar drug lord enjoying a beer and a plane ride after escape

'El Chapo' mocks authorities with photos of himself FLYING in a plane

Photographs have emerged of billionaire drug-lord 'El Chapo' appearing to taunt authorities with his new-found freedom by drinking beer in public and flying inside an airplane. Sent to a blog which monitors the on-going drug war in Mexico by one of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's sons, the pictures were allegedly taken after his audacious escape just two days ago. If verified, the pictures would be the first of the notorious cartel leader to surface since he made his jail prison on Saturday morning from Altiplano jail and follow Twitter threats to presidential candidate Donald Trump warning him to stop his anti-Mexico rhetoric.

Indian teenage rape victim is used as 'bait' in a bid to lure her attackers... but is raped again after bungling Indian police failed to follow her to meeting point

Teen Rape Survivor Used as 'Bait' by Police in Maharashtra Raped Again

Police in Jalna, west India, (pictured ahead of a press conference), asked a 17-year-old rape victim to arrange a meeting with her alleged attackers, at which point she was raped again.

50 Cent declares bankruptcy days after losing $5M sex tape judgement... just two months after being valued at $155M

Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson filed for chapter 22 bankruptcy protection on Monday just three days after he was ordered to pay $5 million to the mother of Rick Ross's child.

Ex-Ukip MEP Ashley Mote is jailed for five years after 'milking Brussels expenses cash cow to the limit' in £500,000 fraud

Former UKIP MEP Ashley Mote arrives at Southwark Crown Court, London, where he will be sentenced for fraudulently claiming almost ¨£500,000 in European Parliament expenses. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday July 13, 2015.  Mote, 79, was convicted in May of 12 fraud-related offences and of using the gains to fund his court battles in the UK. See PA story COURTS Mote. Photo credit should read: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Southwark Crown Court heard the 79-year-old milked the expenses 'cash cow to the limit' by submitting bogus claims to fund his court battles in the UK for a previous benefits fraud prosecution.

Two men in their 20s and 50s die in blast at digger bucket firm which sent 'thick plumes of smoke into air as sky went dark'

Police, paramedics and firefighters were called to digger bucket manufacturer Harford Attachments in Hellesdon, Norwich, at 9.20am, with officers saying there were a 'number of casualties'.

What housing crisis? Flats worth £140m sell out in just five hours as desperate buyers camp out overnight for 230 homes in east London tower - and HALF go to foreigners

Canary Wharf's Maine Tower flats worth £140m sell out as half go to foreigners

Half of the homes in Maine Tower (pictured left), near Canary Wharf in east London, went to overseas buyers who are keen to grab a slice of the British property boom. More than 200 flats sold at an average cost of £673,000 each - even though the skyscraper is still not completed, and will not be ready to move in to until 2019. Investors and first-time buyers queued down the streets ahead of the 'launch event' this weekend (bottom right), with some arriving 36 hours before it began to be sure of getting hold of a property. The central hall in the building is pictured top right.

Lawsuit claims Mark Zuckerberg hired private detective to intimidate associate of real estate developer who sold the Facebook billionaire property for 'discount price' of $1.7million

This is the latest twist in a legal battle between Zuckerberg and Mircea Voskercian, who sold him a piece of property behind the tech executive's home for the 'discount rate' of $1.7million.

FBI makes arrest in Gone Girl kidnapping as it is revealed bizarre abduction of California woman earlier this year was NOT a hoax or 'orchestrated event' as police claimed

Denise Huskins was taken from her home in Vallejo, California on March 23 after a group of individuals entered the house and tied up her boyfriend, a story few believed until a man was charged by the FBI.

Notorious 'high risk' British paedophile jailed for sexually assaulting three brothers aged eight, 10 and 11 in Cambodia is deported back to the UK after early prison release

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A British paedophile jailed after sex attacks on three brothers aged eight, 10 and 11 is to be sent back to the UK after being released from jail early.
Richard Fruin, 38, was arrested and given a two-year jail sentence in October 2013 by a court in Cambodia after he managed to get a job as an English teacher in the country. He was arrested by police who found him staying at a guest house with one of children is accused of abusing.
 Fruin who arrived in Cambodia to work as an English teacher after serving a year in prison in his home country for producing child pornography ó was arrested in October 2013 at a guesthouse in Phnom Penhís Daun Penh district, where police found him with an 8-year-old boy.
Bryony Matthew, a spokeswoman for the British Embassy, said she was not authorized to comment on the case but local media said that the British man had been given his documentation back and was to be deported back to the UK by the end of the week.
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Richard Fruin, 38, from Gloucestershire, was sentenced to two years in prison after being found guilty of molesting the the three brothers while working as a teacher in Phnom Penh in 2013.

Judge leading child abuse probe will earn £360,000 a year plus £130,000 expenses and 10 return flights to New Zealand

Justice Lowell Goddard, the New Zealand high court judge appointed to lead the historic child sex abuse inquiry, is to receive a pay package worth £500,000 a year.

The heroes risking their lives to free ISIS sex slaves subjected to rapes, stonings and whippings: Secret footage reveals bravery of undercover network dedicated to saving women and children

ISIS sex slaves subjected to rape freed by secret resistance network

Women and young girls held as sex slaves by depraved Islamic State militants are fleeing their captors with the help of a heroic underground network of resistance fighters (pictured left). Risking certain death and torture in a bid to flee their brutal oppressors, many spend several days making their way through Syria and Iraq to the safety of government-controlled territory (bottom right). Their plight, and that of their brave rescuers operating with hidden cameras (top right) inside ISIS-controlled territory, has been detailed in a new documentary due to air on Wednesday.

Britain could start calling ISIS 'Daesh', says Fallon amid warnings that Muslims 'recoil' at the suggestion it is an 'Islamic State'

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The Defence Secretary backed the idea of avoiding any term which contains the word 'state' which implies 'legitimacy' on the barbarous group plotting terror atrocities in Iraq and Syria.

Cameron vows to ramp up the fight against ISIS to 'destroy the fanatical extremist state at its source'

Prime Minister David Cameron addresses RAF airmen and officers during a visit to RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday July 13, 2015. See PA story DEFENCE Cameron. Photo credit should read: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Speaking to RAF officers and airmen at RAF Coningsby today, Mr Cameron said he needed to 'make sure that Britain, with her allies, can destroy the fanatical Isil extremist state in Iraq and Syria.'

ISIS 'to send members of feared all-female police to Europe disguised as tourists to attack holy sites and spark religious war against Christians'

Rare images of the Al-Khansaa Brigade (file photo) show the depraved women dressed head-to-toe in black but they will enter Europe dressed as tourists so they do not stand out, a source has told MailOnline.

Son of Boston police captain charged in marathon-inspired ISIS terror plot to set off a pressure cooker bomb at a university

Prosecutors have arrested the son of a Boston police captain in a plot to commit terrorist acts on behalf of the Islamic State group. Alexander Ciccolo is accused in a criminal complaint.

What does your ex REALLY think of you now? One brave model dared to quiz SIX former boyfriends...and winced when the responses came back

Stina Sanders quizzed SIX ex boyfriends and asked them what they thought of her

It isn't always easy to be kind about ex partners so when one woman, 24-year-old Stina Sanders, decided to track down her former flames on email and ask them what they really thought of her, she was prepared for a mixed bag of responses...and that's exactly what she got. (Pictured from left: Stina Sanders with two of her ex boyfriends and right, relaxing on holiday)

M&S; in hot water after Facebook rant criticising its one-bag-per-teapot policy goes viral

Marie Byrne, from Ireland, complained on M&S;'s Facebook page about her pensioner parents being told they had to buy a second teabag for their pot. It now has 1,400 comments and 9,400 likes.

Just how safe is the HPV jab? Health experts launch a review amid concerns over cervical cancer vaccine's side effects 

The European Medicines Agency has launched a review into the safety of the HPV vaccine, which is given to all girls aged 12 to 15, amid concerns the jab causes chronic pain, fainting and dizziness.

Maimed by a TREADMILL: Mother-of-four's horror after becoming one of thousands badly injured by a running machine

Watch out! According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, around 2,000 treadmill injuries a year occur in people’s homes and 1,500 in gyms (above, stock picture)

After a long day at work, Yvonne Myers from Manchester was looking forward to her usual run on the treadmill at her local gym. But as she stepped onto the machine, disaster struck.

'Cack-handed' counterfeiters are caught when they try to spend £3 at Millie's Cookies with fake £20 they made with colour printer and A4 paper 

A camera operator used Cabot Circus's CCTV to follow Dunwell (left), Graham (centre) and McFarlane (right) after the incident. See South West copy SWMONEY. A trio of counterfeiters were caught trying to buy biscuits with fake money - they made using a colour printer and A4 paper.The three men tried to use the money to purchase #3 worth of cookies in what the judge described as one of the most "cack-handed" attempts of counterweighting imaginable. Police found Durai McFarlane with bank notes that had been created on a colour printer on A4 paper, Bristol Crown Court heard. When he and two mates tried to pay for biscuits at Millie's Cookies in Cabot Circus, Bristol, with a fake #20, the shop assistant knew immediately the note was duff. McFarlane, 20, of Clifton, Bristol, pleaded guilty to having counterfeit currency. Dwaine Graham, 22, of Yate, Bristol, pleaded guilty to tendering and having counterfeit currency. Joshua Dunwell, 19, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to tendering count

Durai McFarlane, 20, Dwaine Graham, 22, and Joshua Dunwell, 19, were caught as they tried to use the home-made 'money' to purchase £3 worth of biscuits at Millie's Cookies in Cabot Circus, Bristol.

So THAT'S how they got the part! Never-before-seen footage reveals Game of Thrones' actors first auditions... including immortal line 'You know nothing Jon Snow'

HBO releases unseen Game of Thrones' audition tapes

A new video reveals the audition tapes of the hits show's actors. The short clip sees some of the series most-loved characters reading lines from the popular medieval fantasy. It was debuted at this year's Comic Con in San Diego and has received almost four million views on YouTube. Pictured top and bottom left: Natalie Dormer who plays Margery Tyrell. Top and bottom centre: Rose Leslie who plays Ygritte. Top and bottom right: Nathalie Emmanuel who stars as Missandei.

She drinks WHAT? Miranda Kerr's mother Therese is the butt of online jokes after sharing her bizarre diet - which includes homemade kefir, 'reverse osmosis' water, and rooibos tea

Therese Kerr has shared her day on a plate and sent Twitter in to a tummy-grumbling melt-down. Her daily diet includes reverse osmosis water, homemade kefir and rooibus tea, but are there health benefits?

Taking you to their old haunts, keeping tabs online and doing her favours: The 10 signs that reveal if his ex is still on his mind (and what to do about it)

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Manj Weerasekera, the coach for divorced men, reveals how to tell the difference between a new boyfriend who is coping healthily with his previous partner and one who is still influenced by her.

French anti-terror police say gunmen who held 18 hostages at Primark store have escaped and are on the run near Paris

Police are hunting a group of gunmen believed to be on the run near Paris after they held a group of workers hostage during an attempted robbery this morning.

'Mummy, please let me die,' begs boy, 5, with eczema so severe he can barely sleep or walk

Dana Bishop, 36, of Tadworth, Surrey, says her son Morgan needs to use a mobility scooter during a flare up as the soles of his feet become so sore they look like they've been burnt with acid.

What happened when a 17-year-old won the lottery? Britain's youngest Euromillions winner reveals how she splashed out on designer handbags, a house and boob job

UK's youngest Euromillions winner spent fortune on handbags, house and boob job

Jane Park, 18, from Edinburgh, reveals on a new BBC programme, Teenage Millionaire, that she decided not to live in the three-bedroom home she bought with her winnings and instead lives back on a council estate with her family. And while the world may be her oyster, she prefers modest trips to Magaluf and Benidorm.

Don't put up tax, Scots tell Sturgeon with warning they have already been squeezed enough by the SNP

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An exclusive opinion poll for the Scottish Daily Mail found only 9 per cent of voters want Nicola Sturgeon to raise income tax when MSPs take control from Westminster.

Labour at war over welfare: Harman's attempt to back Osborne's cuts puts her on collision course with leadership contenders

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Ms Harman warned the party cannot adopt 'blanket opposition' to everything in George Osborne's Budget, as she vowed to support plans to scrap benefits for families with more than two children.

Save for your benefits: Cameron looking at radical plan to force workers to 'take more responsibility' for their own sick pay

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Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street to go to the House of Commons

Under plans put forward by the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, workers would put part of their pay packets into a savings accounts to cover sickness and unemployment benefits.

Tragedy of the actress who was 'date raped' by Clark Gable, gave birth to his baby - and then kept it secret for EIGHTY YEARS

Loretta Young was 'date raped' by Clark Gable and had his daughter Judy

According to Linda Lewis, the daughter-in-law of the late actress, Loretta Young (left with her daughter Judy) was the victim of a date rape at the hands of Clark Gable in 1935 which led to Young becoming pregnant with daughter Judy. Previously, it had been thought that the two had an affair during the filming of Call of the Wild (pictured together in the film, right). At the time, Young was a 23-year-old ingenue while Gable was 34 and married to his second wife, Maria 'Ria' Franklin Prentiss Lucas Langham, at the time.

Want to protect your sight? Follow the EYE diet! Cheese, red wine, salmon and peanuts can all help prevent blindness

EXCLUSIVE: A new survey has revealed 60 per cent of people in the UK are unaware that the food we eat can affect the health of our eyes, with one in five incorrectly believing what they eat has no bearing on their vision at all.

Cancer breakthrough as scientists discover 'master switch' that causes the disease to spread, paving the way for new life-saving treatments

Scientists at the Thomas Jefferson University have for the first time identified a crucial protein, instrumental in causing prostate cancer tumours to spread to other parts of the body.

University chiefs BAN graduating students from throwing mortarboards into the air due to health and safety fears 

Students at the University of Birmingham have been told they are not allowed to throw their black caps in the air in celebration - in case the falling hats cause injuries.

Cancer surgeon whose death rate was double that of his colleagues is sacked from NHS as police probe three deaths

Sudip Sarker was fired from his £85,000-a-year job following a two-year probe by health chiefs in Worcestershire after concerns were raised when ten of his patients died.



Nineties pop star Finley Quaye gets booted off stage 30 minutes into show that was so bad the promoter asked him to stop

Nineties star Finley Quaye is booted off stage 30 minutes into show

Quaye, 41, missed a sound check, turned up on stage an hour late and didn't appear to even play his guitar during the set at the Convent Club, in Woodchester, Gloucestershire. Wearing a baseball cap firmly pulled down over his face, Quaye appeared to be stumbling as he walked with his back to the audience - who soon began to chatter among themselves.

Pakistani man faces life behind bars after fatally stabbing his Bulgarian wife 13 times because she refused to help him stay in UK

Pakistani-born Jamshaid Khan, 30, faces life behind bars for brutally stabbing his 27-year-old wife Milena Khan 13 times during a row over his visa at their home in Forest Gate, south west London.

Driver arrested on suspicion of death by dangerous driving after crash which killed five teenagers will not face charges

The 21-year-old man, from Doncaster, was driving in front of two cars involved in the crash just seconds before they collided in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, killing five teenagers, last year.

How MINECRAFT is teaching robots to do the laundry: Complex 'thought' processes needed for game help machines learn skills

The algorithm was developed at Brown University. It is designed to help robots better plan their actions in complex environments online and use these skills in the real world.

Parent's joy as toddler born with just 2% healthy brain tissue makes miraculous recovery, with scans showing the organ is fully functioning

Noah Wall's parents were warned he was unlikely to survive as he had developed hydrocephalus. This is a build-up of fluid in his skull that destroyed all but two per cent of his brain.

Kinder form of chemotherapy could drastically improve  treatment of thousands of cancer patients

Manchester scientists have worked out how to soften up tumours ahead of treatment, making them more sensitive to chemo drugs and allowing doctors to give lower doses, reducing side-effects.

The airline that might actually make you WANT to pick the middle seat on the plane - by making them wider than the others

Frontier Airlines is tackle stigma attached to middle seats on planes, installing a range which are larger than the preferred window or aisle seats, and are the widest seats on US airlines.

Floyd Mayweather's motorcade knocks down biker after boxer left Kansas City nightclub at 3am 

'Money Man' Floyd Mayweather was spotted at the crash scene following the accident, after one of five SUVs in his motorcade collided with a biker, knocking him off his motorcycle.

Vicious cycle? Extreme weather FUELS global warming as planes spend longer in the air battling strong winds

Researchers in Massachusetts found changes in wind speeds as a result of global warming can cause aircraft to burn more fuel, which in turn accelerates climate change.

'I want to end on a high': Britain's most prolific surrogate mother reveals she's pregnant for the SIXTEENTH time at the age of 48 (but vows this baby will be her last)

Surrogate mother Carole Horlock reveals she's pregnant for the SIXTEENTH time

Carole Horlock, who lives in Colchester, Essex, revealed on today's This Morning that she is seven weeks pregnant for the final time and although it is still 'early days', it is all going well. If the baby is delivered successfully, it will be the 14th the super surrogate has given away after having two daughters of her own, who are now aged 24 and 21. Carole is pictured main with her ninth surrogate baby in 2004, inset with her 13th in 2013, and right the last time she was pregnant in 2012.

The nine hidden objects headed for Pluto: Astronomer's ashes among mementoes onboard craft nearing icy world he discovered

FILE - In this 1931 file photo, Clyde Tombaugh poses with the telescope through which he discovered the Pluto at the Lowell Observatory on Observatory Hill in Flagstaff, Ariz. On Tuesday, July 14, 2015, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, carrying a small canister with his ashes, is scheduled to pass within 7,800 miles of Pluto which he discovered 85 years ago. (AP Photo)

Clyde Tombaugh is set to pass within 7,800 miles of Pluto which he discovered 85 years ago. The astronomer (pictured, with the telescope he used in) has an ounce of his ashes onboard New Horizons.

Pluto's craggy face reveals more secrets: New Horizons lays bare cliffs and craters of the distant world as it prepares for flyby

The Nasa spacecraft is sending back its last batch of data before its close encounter with Pluto. During the fly past the probe will fall silent for 22 hours, leaving scientists with a tense wait.

Peacocks which have roamed free in beautiful village for decades could be caged after anonymous complaint to the council 

The beautiful birds have been synonymous with Over Compton in Dorset for more than 60 years, but an anonymous complaint over noise and damage means the few remaining peacocks could be caged.

Family of five including seven-month-old baby are plucked to safety by lifeboat crew after their dinghy drifted out to sea 

The couple and their three children - aged nine, seven and seven months - only purchased the inflatable boat last week and planned to have a day out in Leysdown, Kent on Sunday

Tears of relief for women acquitted of 'gross indecency' for wearing mini-skirts to a market in Morocco

The case had sparked outrage in Morocco, with thousands taking to the street in support of the hairdressers, who had been attacked by a group of men - but had ended up being arrested.

'Can we fix this?': Cameron intervenes in row over Lionesses not being able to play in women's football finals at Rio Olympics

Members of England Women's  Football team stand on the steps of 10 Downing Street, London, with Prime Minister David Cameron after a reception. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday July 9, 2015. The Lionesses finished the tournament, staged in Canada, as Europe's top side after their 1-0 third-place play-off win over Germany in Edmonton at the weekend. See PA story ROYAL William. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

After the success of the England women's team in the World Cup this month, the Prime Minister has urged all sides to 'get around the table' to ensure a deal can be done.

Now THAT'S an entourage! Bernie Ecclestone's art dealer son-in-law James Stunt goes on a shopping spree at Sotheby's in London with a motorcade fit for a president

The 33-year-old, who is married to the daughter of Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, was yesterday seen picking up an array of art work from the auction house in Bond Street, London.

EXCLUSIVE: Inside Tom Cruise's 'Scientology CNN' TV news network - set to be launched from a new $50m Hollywood studio bigger than Paramount

Inside Tom Cruise’s ‘Scientology CNN’ TV news network

Scientology and Tom Cruise plan to take on the major movie studios and TV networks with the creation of Scientology Media Productions.
The five-acre studio lot has two sound stages and 150,000 square feet of production facilities and is costing millions. But Sea Org workers are earning just a few dollars a day to help renovate the Sunset Blvd site. A new set of audition tapes for the woman who will replace Katie Holmes will be held at the facility. Scientology boasts its new network will 'reach everyone on Earth.'

Mystery of Siberia's 200ft-deep craters solved: Enormous holes were formed by methane eruptions triggered by melting permafrost

Russian scientists have spent months studying the huge holes that have appeared, almost overnight in some cases, on the Yamal Peninsula in Russian Siberia.

Apple announces updates for its new operating system... including a tiny change to the keyboard that everyone has been waiting for

The update which is crucial for texting and emailing was revealed as part of the new iOS 9 operating system for iPads and iPhones, which will be available for users in the fall.

Baptism of ire: UNESCO declare Jordanian river bank where Jesus was baptised as a World Heritage Site... to the dismay of Israel

The UN cultural agency has ruled that the River Jordan's eastern bank - in Jordan - 'is believed to be' where Jesus was baptised, not on the western side in Israel.

Europe's largest man-made nature reserve nears completion: Essex marshland over twice the size of the City of London set to be transformed by Crossrail engineers

The Wallasea Island Wild Coast project aims to transform more than 1,600 acres of farmland - an area 2.5 times the size of the City of London - back into the coastal marshland it once was 400 years ago.

The woman who ate herself to death: 23-year-old who was 4ft 8in and 19 stone with condition that made her constantly hungry died after care home staff removed locks on her fridge 

Kirsty Derry, 23, of Heath Hayes, Staffordshire, died from heart failure after putting on 7st in nine months after moving into an assisted living care home Victoria Mews in Stone, Staffordshire.

'Go forth and prosper!' Prince Andrew's quip to Sir Patrick Stewart as he replaces him as chancellor of Huddersfield University

Prince Andrew, 55, was at the University of Huddersfield in Yorkshire today to take up his post as the institution's new chancellor. Andrew takes over the role from Star Trek star Patrick Stewart.

Schoolboy, 16, accused of stabbing a man 100 times in a park and a Saudi student 16 times as she walked on a riverside footpath will stand trial on two counts of murder 

The 16-year-old was arrested last year following the deaths of Nahid Almanea, 31, and James Attfield (pictured), 33, who had been murdered in attacks with 'striking similarities' in Colchester.

Revealed: Nicky Hilton's flower girls wore gowns designed by Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece (but they didn't cost quite as much as the bride's £50,000 dress)

Nicky Hilton's flower girls wore gowns by Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece

The bridesmaids at Nicky Hilton's wedding (right) at Kensington Palace on Friday night were dressed in bespoke blue tulle gowns (left) designed by Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece (inset). Each featured hand-embroidered shooting star designs and were worn with 'flower crowns' also designed by the London-based royal. Marie-Chantal, who is married to Crown Prince Pavlos, the heir to the now defunct Greek throne, launched her childrenswear company, also called Marie-Chantal, in 2001.

Twitter message saying there was 'bomb' on plane forces emergency landing... yet man arrested claims his account was hacked


The Jet Airways flight from Mumbai to Dubai had to be diverted to Muscat International Airport in Oman. All 54 passengers and seven crew members were evacuated once the plane landed safely.

Deadly H7N7 bird flu outbreak is confirmed at a Lancashire poultry farm as the cull of 170,000 chickens and turkeys begins

A six-mile surveillance zone has been put in place around the farm near the village of Goosnargh and humane culling of 170,000 chickens and turkeys at the farm is continuing. File photo

Christian pastors facing the death sentence in Sudan after being jailed for 'espionage' by the country's Islamist government


Sudanese Pastors Facing Possible Death Sentences Because of Christian Faith

Pastors Yat Michael Rout and Peter Yein Reith, both from South Sudan, are facing charges of espionage and 'undermining the constitution'.

Countries Brits are LEAST likely to visit revealed: North Korea, Sudan and Chad among destinations only 0.1% have been to

A new survey has revealed the destinations that British travellers are least likely to visit. Only 0.1% of UK adults have seen North Korea, El Salvador, and Papua New Guinea, among others.

Woman driver smashed her Mini into the back of a van while pleasuring herself with a sex toy at the wheel

Mini Cooper S/JCW price: ?50,160.  For Metro article on ugly cars which are in production.   (C) BMW AG

The Mini driver lurched forwards and hit the vehicle in front of her after apparently getting distracted at the wheel while stuck in traffic in Gloucestershire.

The shocking moment when a festival goer is BOTTLED in the face during a bust-up at T in the Park

An eight second clip, apparently taken in the campsite of the festival, in Strathallan, Perth, shows a group of men arguing before one attacks another with a bottle.

Russian airline Aeroflot bans chewing gum from all flights claiming EACH PIECE costs £1,094 worth of damage

Russian low-cost carrier, Pobeda, has recently announced a ban on chewing gum on all of its flights, claiming that the removal of each discarded piece costs the airline £1,094 in damages.

Man left with 10-inch scar after being stabbed in the heart by mobile phone thief overcomes the odds to become top bodybuilder 

Kieran Quinlan, 22, from Birmingham, was 17 when he 'died' three times in hospital after the bus stop knife attack that left him with post traumatic stress disorder and too weak to pick up a cup of tea.

Crackdown on insurance fraud is stopping villains who try to make false claims from collecting £3.6million a DAY 

There appears to be a booming industry in people throwing themselves to the floor only to claim a raft of life-changing injuries and demands for massive compensation.

Finally! Andy Burnham says 'sorry' for Labour running up a huge deficit which they DID know was too high in 2007

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The shadow health secretary revealed how then-Chancellor Alistair Darling told him Labour was borrowing too much in 2007 when the financial crash hit during Gordon Brown's premiership.

Teed off? Tiger Woods plays Open practice round with Jason Dufner just weeks after reports claimed he was having affair with the ex-wife of his old friend

Tiger Woods plays British Open practice round with Jason Dufner

Tiger Woods prepared for this week's Open at St. Andrews with a rather unlikely partner - Jason Dufner (above). Dufner and Woods are old friends, but earlier this month a report emerged claiming that Woods was wooing Amanda Boyd (inset), Dufner's ex-wife. Making matters worse was the fact that the pair just separated earlier this year.

From glasses that cure jet lag to sand resistant beach towels, the best (and worst) travel gadgets to take on holiday

Travelling can be stressful at the best of times, but luckily an army of inventors and travel-savvy companies have been brainstorming handy travel gadgets.

So that's why we get 'ear worms'! The shape and size of your brain could be why tunes get stuck in your head

For the study, led by Nicolas Farrugia from Goldsmiths University, 44 participants aged between 25 and 70 were asked to fill in an online survey.

Incredible images of the mysterious abandoned 'Chicken Church' built in the Indonesian jungle by man who had 'a vision from God' 

Hidden deep inside the Indonesian jungle is an enchanted 'church' which looks like a giant chicken - built by an eccentric Indonesian man who had a vision from God to build a 'prayer house'.

Boing! Hopping robot can bounce SIX times its body height - and could one day help scout out disaster zones

A hopping robot with a soft body that can bounce has been developed, pictured, by Harvard researchers. It combines the speed of metal robots with the resilience of soft models.

Police warn they will arrest anyone wearing the Muslim full-face veil in Chad after a Boko Haram suicide bomber disguised as a woman killed 15 people

Soldiers and police forces stand guard at a market in N'Djamena following a suicide bomb attack on July 11, 2015 ©Brahim Adji (AFP/File)

A man disguised as a woman in the full-face veil entered the busy Saturday marked in the capital N'Djamena and detonated what police believe was a bomb vest, killing 15 and injuring 80;

Deadly black widow spider discovered in the morning post after being delivered to firm in package from America 

Shocked staff at a company in Telford, Shropshire, which did not want to be named, found the deadly arachnid after noticing the parcel was covered in spider's web.

Rowan Pelling's sex column: Should I confess to my affair too?

My husband recently confessed to a brief affair when our children were small. I know I shouldn't be upset, as I had a brief fling myself, which I've never told anyone about.

What it's like to live with Pepper the 'emotional' robot: Humanoid gives compliments, offers advice and 'prattles on'

According to initial reviews in Japan, Pepper (pictured) is charming and considerate. The four-foot (1.2 metre) tall humanoid offers advice but will also 'prattle on and on' making small talk.

Executed at dawn: Veiled woman who stabbed American mother to death in Abu Dhabi shopping mall toilet as her twin boys waited outside

UAE executes woman convicted of US teacher's murder

Alaa Bader al-Hashemi was executed at dawn in Abu Dhabi after she was found guilty of the fatal stabbing American mother-of-three Ibolya Ryan in the bathroom of a shopping mall in the gulf state. The death sentence was approved by President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan last month but the state security court have not revealed how the execution was carried out. She also was found guilty of having sent funds to Al-Qaeda in Yemen, knowing that this money would be used for 'terrorist acts'.

Ancient MONSTER graveyard unearthed: Celts created hideous beasts using dead animal parts as offerings to the gods

Archaeologists have unearthed numerous hybrid animals dating back 2,000 years from the site dubbed Duropolis near Winterborne Kingston in Dorset.

Size 28 woman shamed into losing THIRTEEN STONE after bullies threw kebabs at her and shouted 'Oi fatty!'

Emily Case, 22, from Kent, who comfort ate her way to 23 stone, was mortified when a group of men threw a kebab at her in the street. The incident encouraged her to slim to a just over 10 stone.

Save The Children gave more than £700,000 last year to advertising firm run by brother of the charity's chief executive

Save The Children gave a total of £729,343 to the London-based Adam and Eve DDB communication's agency, which is run by Jon Forsyth - the brother of Save The Children's CEO Justin Forsyth.

Runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest who was jailed for abducting and having sex with a 15-year-old pupil now wants to be life coach

The once respected maths teacher at Bishop Bell Church of England School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, also has aspirations to become an academic author.

Do micro workouts really work? Fitness apps promise results in just THREE minutes a day... but experts say there's a catch

Australian health experts say the results promised by three to seven minute 'fast workouts' are almost impossible to achieve as you have to work out at 100 per cent of your capacity.

One in four watching porn are women: Smartphones and 50 Shades of Grey said to be fuelling rise in popularity

A new survey has revealed that more young women than ever are watching pornography, and are most likely to do so on their smartphone. Women are most likely to watch porn on a Monday.

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is 'the latest Premier League football star caught inhaling hippy crack' 


The Polish goalkeeper, pictured on holiday with fiancée Marina Luczenko, was filmed allegedly sucking on a red balloon filled the legal high during a party in north London with friends.

The sweet smell of freedom: Amanda Knox celebrates her 28th birthday with morning coffee

Eyes closed and grinning from ear, Amanda Knox inhales the taste of freedom, as she celebrates her first birthday since she was sensationally cleared of the murder of Meredith Kercher.

If you've seen Un, you've seen them all! Chinese fan has plastic surgery to look like North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

Pic shows: The actress Liu Zixuan with the Kimg-Jong fake.\n\nA Chinese actress in the media spotlight made even more headlines this week when she came across a man impersonating the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.\n\nActress Liu Zixuan, 31, who has been attracting media attention after announcing her intentions to undergo cosmetic surgery, was being followed by paparazzi in the city of Nanjing, capital of east China¿s Jiangsu Province, when she ran into the Kim Jong-un impersonator known as Wang Lei.\n\nLiu, who was on her way to the doctor¿s office, stopped for photos with Wang, and even invited him for a game of golf as both saw it as an opportunity to gain more attention.\n\nWhile it¿s not unusual for celebrities to undergo any form of plastic surgery, many actresses - or actors - are subject to media attention as they can be seen as the demographic that has pioneered cosmetic surgery in China.\n\nSuccessful surgery on a celebrity often also starts similar surgical trends amongst

Wang Lei, from Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, is the spitting image of Kim Jong-Un, the 32-year-old 'Dear Leader' of North Korea, and has reportedly gone under the knife to enhance his likeness.

'Rundown 2-bed flat, losing battle with rising damp, amazing views of local incinerator, neighbours who drill at 10pm': Frustrated mother posts hilarious 'to let' ad 

Plymouth woman posts hilarious 'to let' Gumtree ad for hellish two-bed flat

Jennie McGregor-Jones, pictured holding her son Harrison, from Barne Barton in Plymouth, has posted a brutally honest plea on Gumtree in a desperate bid to move out. She claims her home comes with damp, broken windows, an absentee landlord, noisy neighbours, anti-social youths, aggressive bus passengers, lazy postmen and the smell of burning rubbish. It reads: 'Situated in the heart of Barne Barton, a gorgeous rundown 2 bed flat. Each room lovingly decorated but unfortunately mould seems to prevail every month or so'.

Cheap and easy 'toothpaste' test that spots risk of stroke and heart attack by spotting danger areas in the arteries 

Scientists claim the technique, which users sodium fluoride tagged with radioactive tracer, will transform the way doctors are able to identify patients at risk of a heart attack or stroke.

The towns that time forgot: Haunting images of Italy's abandoned ghost towns left in eerie splendour and untouched since they were deserted over half a century ago 

A series of haunting images show how once thriving Italian villages now lay deserted, untouched for decades after conflict and natural disasters forced villagers to flee

Nigerian president sacks the head of his army, air force and navy in frustration over their failure to stop Boko Haram 

Muhammadu Buhari sacked the chiefs as the West African terror group continued its six-year insurgency. Two of the military positions have allegedly already been filled.

'Hardworking and vibrant' schoolgirl, 15, dies after contracting meningitis brain bug just days before the summer holidays

Chloe Morris from Bolton was just days away from the summer holidays after completing a work placement. She died 'peacefully' in her sleep after contracting meningitis last weekend.

Incredible moment an armed robber is sent flying after customers run him over and capture him after he held up a petrol station in Brazil 

Shocking CCTV footage from a garage in Maringa, southern Brazil, shows a heroic customer driving his car into the brazen thief as he attempts to escape on a motorbike.

Teen mum used borrowed money to party instead of abortion then strangled her newborn before throwing it out the window

Li Hui got pregnant with her ex-boyfriend who she met online in China. She used borrowed abortion money to party. After strangling the child she threw it out the window and didn't tell anyone.

Canalboats become the new property must-haves for Londoners who can beat soaring house prices and rents by snapping up a home for just £10,000

The rise in people choosing to live on boats is now putting pressure on the historic network of rivers and canals in the capital, where the average house price is now £500,000.

North Korea has confirmed executing its defence chief after Seoul's spies revealed he was blasted by anti-aircraft guns for falling asleep in a meeting with Kim Jong-un 

File-This July 18, 2012, file photo shows Vice Marshal Hyon Yong Chol applauding during a meeting announcing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's new title of marshal, in Pyongyang, North Korea.  North Korea has officially confirmed the purging of its defense chief two months after Seoul's spy service said he had been executed for disloyalty to leader Kim Jong Un, a South Korean official said Monday, July 12, 2015. South Korea's National Intelligence Service told lawmakers in May that People's Armed Forces Minister Hyon Yong Chol was killed by anti-aircraft gunfire for talking back to Kim, complaining about his policies and sleeping during a meeting. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin, File)

Seoul's National Intelligence Service told lawmakers that People's Armed Forces Minister Hyon Yong Chol was killed by an anti-aircraft gun in May on charges of disloyalty to Kim Jong Un.

What a mess (inside and out): T in the Park music festival ends with chaotic clean-up and tailbacks trapping revellers for up to NINE hours 

T in the Park music festival ends with chaotic clean-up and tailbacks

The scale of the mammoth T in the Park clean-up operation quickly became apparent with rubbish strewn for miles across the Strathallan Castle campsite (pictured left). It was the first time the Scottish festival had been held at the Perthshire venue but many hit out at the organisers after enduring a nightmare exit. Festival-goers tried to make a hasty getaway only to be caught up in lengthy tailbacks (right) which left some trapped for up to nine hours. Some buses, packed with exhausted revellers, were still waiting to leave the site this afternoon after passengers boarded as early as 6am.

Horror at Russian army barracks as 23 soldiers are killed when building collapses 'due to shoddy renovations' 

Most of the dead are believed to be new army recruits - some of them teenagers - who were staying inside the training facility in Omsk, in southern Russia.

Tax grab 'undermines Magna Carta': New HMRC powers to raid accounts and ISAs 'would cut out legal process' 

The measure, unveiled in the Budget, will give HMRC the power to freeze all but £5000 of an individual's or firm's assets even if the authorities simply believe someone 'appears' to owe tax.

The inside track on the world's most secretive country: Travel company launches rare train tours through North Korea with stops in undiscovered industrial cities

At a cost of £2,050 ($3,200) per person, the 10-night journey will take visitors from Pyongyang to Mount Myohyang and along the rarely-visited east and north-east coast to the city of Chongjin.

Mother nicknamed 'Bony Maloney' because she had a thin face undergoes non-surgical uplift to make her cheeks look FATTER

Lynn Maloney, 43, Glossop, Derbyshire, suffered years of bullying about her thin face. She has since had a mixture of fillers and Botox to give her a fuller appearance.

Table for one, please! Number of solo diners DOUBLES in two years as eating alone is viewed as liberating rather than a lonely experience

The stigma surrounding eating out alone is starting to lift as 87% of Britons say they have no problem dining solo. Psychologist Judi James gives insight into the change of attitudes.

The tear-jerker moment man with HIV breaks down in tears as he is hugged by strangers during project inviting passers-by to touch him 

Janne Antin from Finland is HIV positive and wanted to raise awareness of what it is like to live with HIV-related stigma. He stood in public square with the note: 'I am HIV positive, touch me!'

Mother who ballooned to 15st after gorging on treats during pregnancy reveals she slimmed to fit into wedding dress bought two sizes too small by BREASTFEEDING

Woman loses 3 stone to fit into her wedding dress by breastfeeding

Rachel Lee, 32, from Stoke-on-Trent, piled on the pounds by snacking while she was pregnant but after discovering that breastfeeding women can burn 500 calories a day, the mum-of-two nursed her babies until they were a year old - and shed the excess pounds to bring her from a size 18 to a healthy size 14 in time for her big day.

Fears elderly women are putting themselves at risk of breast cancer after half cannot name another symptom apart from a lump 

A third of those diagnosed with the disease - around 13,400 -  are aged over 70 and every day it kills around 15 of those women.
While one in three have reported a symptom other than a lump.

Mother who planned her wedding AND her new husband's funeral after he was diagnosed with incurable lung disease is now celebrating his life-saving transplant

Four weeks before Joanna Wheeldon, 37, from Hull, was due to marry her partner of 20 years Alan, 46, they learned that he had a fatal condition that could only be cured with a double lung transplant.

SNP could decide whether Hunting Act is changed in England and Wales in crunch vote this week

Stuart Radbourne, huntsman and joint-master with the Avon Vale Hunt, leads the riders and hounds for their traditional Boxing Day hunt, on December 26, 2012 in Lacock, England. As hundreds of hunts met today, Environment Secretary Owen Paterson claimed that moves to repeal the ban on hunting with dogs in England and Wales may not happen in 2013, although he insisted it was still the government's intention to give MPs a free vote on lifting the ban.  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

The SNP could ditch its promise to keep out of English-only laws by joining opponents of hunting to block Tory calls to amend the law when 'technical changes' are debated on Wednesday.

Paradise on earth! Galapagos is voted best island in the world by travellers (but the rest of the top 10 is just as stunning)

Galapagos voted best island in the world by travellers

Galapagos Islands (bottom right) is high on the bucket lists of many travellers who are keen to spot giant tortoises, sea lions and plants that most people will never see in their lifetime. It was named the world's best island by readers of Travel + Leisure magazine, with the rest of the top 10 including Maldives (bottom left), Moorea in French Polynesia (top right), Maui, Hawaii (inset) and the Indonesian island of Bali (top left).

No, I said do you fancy a SNACK to eat! One snake gobbles down another and swallows it WHOLE

This is the incredible moment a cannibalistic snake was caught on camera eating another snake whole after grabbing it by the throat and poisoning it at a game park reserve in South Africa.

Is THIS how we'll live in the future? Architect plans first 100% eco city complete with 'tree-scrapers' covered in foliage... and there's not a car in sight

In Raimond de Hullu's city of the future, people live in off-grid tree-scrapers that are clustered together in a green utopia set in a city woodland - with no roads and no sign of overhead power lines.

'We were told to watch black customers': Security workers sue Disney World claiming they were told to treat certain races with 'suspicion' 

Two security workers, Nabil Bormoi and Camelia Joseph have filed lawsuits against the Florida theme park, claiming they were subjected to racial and religious discrimination while at work.

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Aw, come on dad - you promised! Adorable video shows lion cub triplets pestering their weary father Zawadi... who is in no mood to join in the fun 

Lion cub triplets pestering their weary father Zawadi at Oregon zoo

Sometimes after a hard day's work, all we want to do is set down and relax. So spare a thought for this adult lion featured in a video shot at Oregon Zoo in the U.S. Far from being afforded the luxury of a period of relaxation, he is pestered by three lion cub triplets, who seem full of energy.

Here's looking at you, mum! Parents capture on film joyous moment baby with weak eyesight is given her first pair of glasses

Mother-of-two Jessica Sinclair, 26, from Cincinnati posted a video of baby daughter Piper's overjoyed reaction after putting on a pair of prescription glasses for the first time.

Forget about 4k and even 8k TVs, Samsung is developing an 11k 'super-resolution' display... But will it be pixel overload?

The electronics giant is partnering with the South Korean government to produce the displays, which will boast 2250 pixels per inch, and will go on sale in 2018 according to reports.

Climb aboard the yacht hotel! Now you can experience a night on a sailing boat without even leaving land (or getting sea sickness)

Mount Noah Lodge in South Africa has seven luxury yachts to rent

The unique Mount Noah Lodge offers a stay aboard a selection of luxury boats in South Africa without the chance of seasickness. The South African lodge has seven boats in its land-locked fleet and was created by chance after the first yacht - named Sagitta - was moored there after its trailer broke down on the way to Durban.



Girl, 10, is left in agony with third-degree burns after picking up giant hogweed while playing on a riverbank

Girl, 10, left with third degree burns after picking up giant hogweed

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Lauren Fuller from Thornbury, Bristol, was building a den by a riverbank in Loch Lomond during a family holiday with her parents and brother when she plucked the weed out of the ground. Within days the schoolgirl's hands were covered in giant blisters while her red burns appeared on her face. (inset) She may now need skin grafts to repair the damage.

Ever wondered how to weigh a baby koala? Adorable how-to video reveals techniques for measuring a nine-month-old joey

In this video from the San Diego Zoo, a zookeeper demonstrates how to weigh a 9-month-old joey. The footage also shows the koala exploring its enclosure and cuddling up with its mum.

Happy feet! Worker trains seagull to TAP DANCE on his lunch break by using chips as the reward


The hilarious scene was shot in New Quay in Wales by a man who decided on some lunch time entertainment. He begins by introducing his new friend, saying that he 'has trained a seagull.

Apple's 'spaceship' readies for take off: Aerial footage reveals how the circular Campus 2 headquarters is taking shape

A Californian helicopter firm flew over the site of Apple's Campus 2 (pictured) last month and shot aerial views of the building and its 175-acre site as it prepares to open next year.

The Whopper Dropper! The incredible moment drone drops burgers for the homeless in San Francisco

Drone drops Burger King Whoppers to feed the homeless in San Francisco

In San Francisco a Good Samaritan flies Burger King whoppers by drones to the homeless. A video shows the craft sailing through the skies then dropping off fast food to people below. When the charitable drone operator spies someone who 'looks hungry,' a tasty parcel is released.