'Money can't buy class': Teen lottery winner faces Twitter abuse after revealing she splashed out on Magaluf holiday and a boob job... but admits she's sad and lonely 

UK's youngest Euromillions winner Jane Park faces Twitter abuse

Euromillions winner Jane Park, 18, from Edinburgh, featured on new BBC programme Teenage Millionaire last night and her rags-to-riches story quickly prompted a wave of abuse on Twitter. When Jane first became instantly wealthy, she splashed her cash on a three-bedroom home, breast enlargement and designer labels but, a year on, has now returned to her family home on a council estate after becoming lonely living on her own. While the world may be her oyster, she says she prefers modest trips to Spanish party towns such as Magaluf and Benidorm to global travel. (Pictured: top left, Jane Park downing booze straight from the bottle, bottom left: wearing a hat and sunglasses while on holiday in Spain. Centre: looking despondent while wearing a pink prom dress and, right: collecting her Euromillions cheque).

British soldier who raped a six-year-old girl in her own bed after breaking into her home in Austria while drunk is jailed for nine years

British soldier Craig Stormey who raped six-year-old girl is jailed for nine years

A British soldier has been jailed for nine years for drunkenly raping a six-year-old girl in her bedroom while stationed on an adventure course with his unit. Craig Stormey (pictured in court today attempting to cover his face), 30, was on an Alpine skiing course with the the 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery in the Stubai Valley, Austria, when the horrific assault took place - which a judge said ranked among the 'worst kind of abuse of a child's physical well-being'.

New 'secure zone' in Calais to protect lorry drivers after 8,000 attempts by immigrants to get to UK in the last three weeks alone

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The secure zone will be able to accommodate 230 vehicles - the equivalent of a two-and-a-half mile queue - the Home Secretary Theresa May announced this afternoon.

Revealed: Tony Blair holding secret talks with Labour MPs to lift party out of its 'day-to-day despair'

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 08:  Tony Blair speaks as host Vernon Kay looks on at the Fashion Retail Academy 10th Anniversary Awards at Freemasons' Hall on July 8, 2015 in London, England.  
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EXCLUSIVE: MailOnline understands the former Prime Minister invited around 10 new MPs from the Blairite 'Progress' bloc within the party for the private audience at his London office last week.

My mandate is bigger than yours! Sturgeon forces Cameron to postpone hunting vote and vows SNP will try to block English laws

The Tories today backed down on plans to amend the hunting ban in England and Wales after Ms Sturgeon threatened to inflict a defeat because the Prime Minister had failed to show the SNP 'respect'.

Dozens of fox hunting protesters including Brian May and SNP group leader Angus Robertson hold rally at Westminster as Cameron is forced into climbdown on English hunt ban by Scots nationalists

The vote to relax the fox-hunting ban in England and Wales has been postponed after the Scottish National Party pledged to vote down the amendment, making defeat almost certain.


'No responsibility, no culpability and no humility': Widow's fury at Army over death of her SAS reservist husband who collapsed during gruelling 16-mile march 

Widow’s fury at Army over SAS reservist husband’s death on 16 mile march

Corporal James Dunsby (top right), from Trowbridge, Wiltshire, Lance Corporal Edward Maher (centre right), from Winchester, Hampshire, and Lance Corporal Craig Roberts (bottom right), originally from North Wales, died after they collapsed with heat exhaustion during a training exercise in the Brecon Beacons in 2013. A coroner today found a catalogue of errors by Army contributed to their deaths. After the verdict, Bryher Dunsby (left), the widow of Corporal Dunsby, slammed military chiefs, who she accused of 'losing sight of their own values'.

Mother says Primark security guard grabbed her baby while she was breastfeeding and told her: 'If you want your baby back follow me'

Mother-of-four Caroline Starmer, 28, says she was feeding nine-month-old Paige, pictured together, behind a mannequin in the Leicester store when the worker forced her to stop.

Put Army in dock for my son's death on SAS march: Father's plea for justice over three soldiers who died in blistering heat

Corporal James Dunsby, 31, was one of three reservists to suffer fatal heat exhaustion during the hike in the Brecon Beacons. His father David said the whole of the military was responsible.

Two-year-old girl knocked down and killed as she walked to a bible convention with her parents 

Two-year-old Evelyn Maria Celgy, pictured, was hit near the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham and later died in hospital. Flowers have been left at the scene and a prayer service will be held in her honour.

Footballer Raheem Sterling receives vicious online abuse threatening his three-year-old daughter after he swaps clubs for £49m

The Liverpool player, who is set to become the most expensive English player ever, was subjected to torrents of abuse from fans of the club furious that he is moving to a rival.

Love rat footballer Papiss Cisse is 'a secret bigamist who got first wife pregnant at 13' (Oh, and he had three British girlfriends on the side) 

Adja Siny Thiaw, 27, pictured, claims she and the Newcastle United striker changed their son Ousmane's date of birth on official documents because the age of consent in Senegal is 16.

Champion chess player killed himself after suffering mood swings over how he was playing in matches

Craig Woolcock (pictured), 43, from South Wales, had even quit his job to concentrate on the game but was found dead in his home after failing to progress in a major British championship.

Young girls warned of 'the dangerous lure of the desire to be thin' at inquest of 17-year-old who put weights in her bra to fool relatives and died weighing just 4 stone

Emma Carpenter who died of Anorexia.  A coroner has warned young girls to resist the "dangerous temptation" to be thin after a girl who put weights in her bra to make herself appear heavier died from anorexia - weighing just FOUR stone.  See NTI story NTITHIN.  Tragic Emma Carpenter passed away three days before Christmas in 2006 with a body mass index of only 10.5 after losing more than a stone in just eight days.  The 17-year-old had battled the eating disorder for three years and her condition was being monitored by Thorneywood Inpatient Unit, in Nottingham.  But she wasn't taken to hospital until 10 days before she died from multiple organ failure, weighing just 25kg.  On Monday (13/7) a coroner ruled "avoidable delays" in admitting the teenager to hospital had contributed to her death.

Stephanie Haskey, assistant coroner for Nottinghamshire, said at the inquest into 17-year-old Emma Carpenter's death that young girls should avoid the 'dangerous temptation' to be thin.

Drunk motorist who 'killed girlfriend in crash after she straddled him during their journey was found with his underpants and trousers round his ankles'

Minesh Parbat outside Crawley Mags court in Sussex. A man accused of killing his girlfriend in a late night horror crash was drunk and had his pants ëround his ankles,í a court heard. See swns story SWRIDE.  Minesh Parbat, 36, told police in interview his trousers and underwear were around his ankles because his 28-year-old girlfriend Lisa Watling was ìhorny.î Lewes Crown Court heard she was moving to sit in his lap as he was driving the high-performance sports car, when it left the road and smashed into a fence, killing mum-of-two Lisa. Parbat, of Maidenbower, West Sussex, crashed his BMW Z3 at about 1.40am on March 9 last year in Crawley, West Sussex. Lisa, of nearby Langley Green, was not wearing a seatbelt at the time and was thrown from the car in the crash. Philip Meredith, prosecuting, said: ìThis is a case where somebody has died untimely and unnecessarily. This stunning coastal view that was one of the inspirations for Virginia Woolf in writing one of her most famous novels c

Minesh Parbat, 36, lost control of his car when his girlfriend Lisa Watling, 28, straddled him as they drove through Crawley, West Sussex, Lewes Crown Court heard today.

Lesbian couple's fury after being ordered to stop kissing by security guard at food festival who told them their behaviour was 'inappropriate'

Lesbian couple ordered to stop kissing by security guard at Cardiff Food Festival

Mog Wilde and girlfriend Freya, both 35, from Pembrokeshire, were visiting the Cardiff Food Festival where they claim they were 'affectionately holding hands and kissing'. But the couple claim they were left shaken and upset when people started to complain, saying their actions were 'obscene' and 'disgusting'.

Dragons' Den accused of turning into the X Factor as fans say new series is packed with sob stories and business wannabes bursting into tears

Dozens of the 2.6million people watching the return of BBC Two's hit investment programme for entrepreneurs on Sunday evening claimed there was too much crying from contestants.

Spanish police escort five British men off EasyJet flight in Ibiza after they spent entire journey 'abusing' cabin crew who refused to serve them any more alcohol

Guardia Civil officers boarded the plane upon its arrival on the party island of Ibiza following reports that a group of men had spent much of the two-and-a-half hour flight from Bristol being abusive.

Assistant headteacher drowned when she suffered her first epileptic fit in 20 years and fell head first into the bath she was running 

Nina Von Eichstorff, 51, who had worked at the Oxford Academy since 2000, was found face down in the water at her home in the city by her close friend after she failed to show up for a meal.

Real-life Byker Grove boy, 11, from tough inner-city estate wins place at Eton after wowing masters with his rapping skills

Tyrese George, 11, from Byker, has wanted to attend the £36,000-a-year school near Windsor, Berkshire, ever since watching a programme about it on CBBC two years ago.

Busted! Female motorist caught watching MASTERCHEF on her tablet computer at the wheel... by fellow driver using his phone to film her 

The woman, who was driving along the A127 in Essex, was filmed by a fellow motorist as she appeared to be watching the hit BBC show on a tablet device mounted to the car windscreen.

BBC claims to be making cuts but last year increased payouts to top stars, hired more staff and STILL paid managers £52million

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The corporation is spending more money on retaining big names such as Gary Lineker and Graham Norton, with the bill for the highest-paid stars rising by a fifth.

Rain is forecast for St Swithin's Day tomorrow meaning 40 more days of downpours - so it's no surprise that hail, thunder and high winds are on the way

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Forecasters warn that rain is expected to sweep across southern England and northern Scotland tomorrow before a low pressure system brings thunder, hail, strong winds and rain on Thursday.

Billionaire Greek heir is ordered to tear down the luxury extension he built at his £15m London home without permission after being told he would not get planning approval 

Alkiviades 'Alki' David, founder of online TV provider FilmOn, built the conservatory that links the Grade II-listed house opposite Hyde Park with the mews studio office he owns at the back.

El Chapo's ride to freedom: First pictures of 'motorbike on rails' Mexican drugs lord used in tunnel escape from prison that 'he paid for with $50m in bribes' 

El Chapo’s ‘motorbike on rails’ used in tunnel escape from prison pictured

The motorbike (left) was used by notorious Mexican cartel leader Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman (bottom right), in a daring escape from the maximum-security Altiplano prison on Saturday. The bike was fitted to rails in an underground tunnel, nearly a mile long, that reached from the showers in the prison to a construction site nearby. El Chapo's henchmen spent almost a year carefully crafting the tunnel that came complete with ventilation and electric lighting. El Chapo began his escape by prising up a grill in the prison showers, before climbing down a 32ft shaft (top right) into the tunnel below.

Satellite images reveal the full extent of Mexican drugs kingpin El Chapo's astonishing escape from prison in mile-long tunnel that was a year in the making

Massive operation: An aerial image of the site shows the maximum-security Altiplano Prison, the Santa Juana construction site, and the path of the 0.7mile underground tunnel that connects them. Drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman escaped from the prison on Saturday through the tunnel, sparking a nation-wide manhunt

Aerial images taken of the Altiplano maximum security prison reveal the extent of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman 's dramatic escape. A team of highly-skilled engineers worked for almost a year to build the getaway tunnel.

Surely he won't let HER escape as well! Mexican president's stunning First Lady gets a very warm welcome from French leader days after his country is humiliated by El Chapo gangster's jail break

The French President smiled and embraced ex singer Angelica Rivera as he greeted the couple at the start of a military parade to celebrate the 226th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille.

Shocking footage of 16-year-old female bullies forcing 14-year-old girls to their knees, shoving them to the ground and throwing their handbags in the road for 'giving dirty looks'

Female bully forces 2 girls to their knees in video from Northfield, Birmingham

The pair were punched and humiliated by the older girls, who order them to get on their knees and 'say sorry' (left and centre), as a laughing crowd looked on and filmed the attack in the Northfield area of Birmingham, West Midlands. When one of the girls refuses, the older girl shoves her to the ground and pins her down until she agrees to apologise (right). Grainy footage of the incident, believed to have happened on Saturday, has been widely circulated online and viewed six million times. Detectives have already spoken to two of the group involved - including the male youth who filmed the incident - and plans are in place to arrest the two female offenders.

Three migrants suffer serious electric shocks after trying to sneak into Britain through the Channel Tunnel, causing closures and delays

Eurostar trains in 2014 exceeded 10 million for the first time, while Eurotunnel's shuttle services carried 2.5 million passenger vehicles and 1.4 million trucks. Europorte, the rail freight unit, enjoyed a 16% jump in revenues last year.

Channel Tunnel workers suffer carbon monoxide poisoning while changing tracks. Nineteen people working overnight in the Channel Tunnel have suffered carbon monoxide poisoning on the job, with one in a serious condition, French officials have said. Around 60 workers were changing tracks on the line which connects Folkestone with Calais when the incident happened. The seriously affected welder was diagnosed with carbon dioxide poisoning after being taken ill in the early hours of Sunday morning. Around 60 workers were changing tracks on the line which connects Folkestone with Calais when the incident happened. The seriously affected welder was diagnosed with carbon dioxide poisoning after being taken ill in the early hours of Sunday morning.

One man from Afghanistan was severely injured, while another two Pakistanis received minor injuries after being electrocuted while trying to board a truck transport in Calais early this morning.

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

Anaesthetist Dr Essam Aly, 54, from Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, 'washed his hands' of his family after leaving wife Enas, 46, in 2011 and moving to Bahrain.

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Seven in ten Sky internet users block out porn: Now rival providers face pressure to follow suit

Almost three-quarters of Sky's internet customers have opted to block online pornographic websites after being forced to choose.

British holidaymakers spend £1billion worth of foreign currency at airports every year so they don't have to bring it home 

The research discovered that unless we have more than £52 worth of currency left we don't think it's worthwhile changing it back to sterling and a third of us run out of money completely.

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.

Are Shrek, Homer Simpson and Porky Pig making children FAT? Overweight cartoon characters encourage young people to gorge on junk food, study warns 

The first study of its kind led by experts at the University of Colorado found children are more likely to eat high-calorie foods after watching seemingly overweight cartoon characters.

The 'unhackable' Turing Phone: New Android handset made of 'liquid metal' encrypts information in apps

San Francisco-based Turing Robotic Industries says its Turing Phone enables a protected communications network to keep private information private.

Plan to force big companies to publish details of how men earn more than women will create 'more bureaucracy, more forms'

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More than 10million UK workers will be covered by the rules. At present the gender pay gap stands at 19.1 per cent - meaning a woman, on average, earns around 80p for every £1 earned by a man.

Councils face extra £1 BILLION budget cut to pay Town Hall workers Osborne's £9 'living wage'

A handout picture released by the UK Parliaments Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) via Parliament TV on July 8, 2015 shows British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne delivering his budget speech to the House of Commons in London on July 8, 2015. Britain will cut spending on welfare by £12 billion ($18.5 billion, 17 billion euros) in a fresh austerity drive, finance minister George Osborne announced Wednesday as he delivered the government's post-election budget. AFP PHOTO / PRU

Town Hall chiefs said the cost of implementing the national living wage announced by the Chancellor in the Budget should be taken into account when council funding levels are set.

Labour could 'disappear and die' like Woolworths, warns Tristram Hunt who fears his party is becoming 'irrelevant'

In a stark message to his party, the shadow education secretary said Woolworths was seen as a 'national institution' but became 'irrelevant' so went bust - and Labour could do the same.

Half a million more homes and thousands of miles of new roads key to making Britain more productive, says Osborne

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The Chancellor will unveil a Productivity Plan to tackle low levels of output productivity which he blames on the fact 'we don't train enough or build enough or invest enough'.

Homeowners will be free to build an extension without planning permission (if your neighbour already has one)

The Chancellor will today order sweeping reforms of the planning system, including allowing ministers to take over planning authorities in areas that refuse to meet targets for house building.

A real cliff hanger! Terrifying moment a gang of reckless teenagers perched at the edge of a 300ft drop above crumbling chalk cliff

Teenagers dangle legs over Seven Sisters cliffs edge above 300ft drop

The reckless teenagers (top right) were caught on camera angling their legs over the side of the crumbling chalk cliff (left and centre) by Patrick Goff at the Seven Sisters cliffs near his home in Seaford, East Sussex. Despite being nearly a mile away on the other side of the river, the keen photographer noticed the group who he branded 'idiots' and snapped their dangerous antics on Saturday. The following day he tweeted the picture with the cation: 'At the cliffs. They want smacking.'

'Talented and popular' grammar school boy dies during rugby tour to Canada after getting into difficulties while swimming

House captain Abdul Jamal Ottun, 17, who had just finished his AS levels at Wallington Grammar County School, Surrey, was swimming in a lake with teammates as part of the school trip.

Rail passenger is furious for being arrested after 'stealing' electricity from 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.

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.

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

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.

'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.

How Big Macs are REALLY made: Blogger goes behind the scenes at McDonald's... handling raw meat in factories and visiting its farms (and he even meets the cows)

Blogger Doug Armstrong reveals how McDonald's Big Macs are REALLY made

YouTuber Doug Armstrong (left), from London, steps into the kitchen of a McDonald's restaurant to learn how to make his very own Big Mac in this seven-minute video. He also gets the chance to visit one of the fast-food chain's farms, where he meets the bucolic cows, before heading to a factory where he witnesses the automated process of meat being transformed into burgers. Clockwise from centre: Cows that will be used to make McDonald's burgers; the meat chopped up before being made into patties; a worker putting together a Big Mac; the patties on the production line; the finished product.

Female juror collapses in court and vomits after learning details of 'shocking and distressing' murder of 51-year-old woman

The woman fainted in her seat 10 minutes into the first day of a trial at Winchester Crown Court involving defendant Daniel McBride, 43, who is accused of murdering Majella Lynch (pictured).

'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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Lauren Fuller from Thornbury, Bristol, was building a den by a riverbank in Loch Lomond during a family holiday when she plucked the weed out of the ground.

Childcare worker, 21, is terrorised by a giant WOLF SPIDER living under her shower for the last three months

Natalie Woods is terrorised by a giant WOLF SPIDER living under her shower

Natalie Woods, 21 (left), first noticed the wolf spider after it ran across the bathroom at her home in Gravesend, Kent, in May but says it has been 'growing and growing' in size ever since. She said its body now measures an inch long with legs an additional 1.5 inches long. Wolf Spiders are venomous and have 'huge eyes'. Instead of spinning webs, they rely on catching prey by chasing after it. Miss Woods said she is 'terrified' by the animal, which she believes is 'growing and growing', and said it keeps dashing in and out from under her shower. She has been keeping her Twitter followers updated with its sightings, posting one tweet (right) in which she circled it alongside the caption 'Omgggg!!!' (oh my god).

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

Student who handed £1 to a homeless man only to be handcuffed by police who thought it was a drugs deal wins £5,000 payout

George Wilson, 20, 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.

Inside Britain's most expensive home: 45-bedroom Hyde Park super-mansion which was previously owned by a Saudi prince is set to be sold for £280million 

Hyde Park super-mansion is set to become the most expensive home ever sold in Britain

Three years ago, super-mansion 2-8a Rutland Gate near Hyde Park was put on the market for £300million after the death of owner Sultan bin Abdulaziz, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. But the house, thought to be the largest single family home left in London, failed to sell. Now a private bid for £280million has been submitted for the 60,000sq ft property which is almost double the price of the UK's second most pricey home.

What are you looking at! Grumpy gorilla flips his middle finger at visitor trying to take his picture at Bristol Zoo

Bob Pitchford, 67, was on a visit to Bristol Zoo last week when he spotted the large ape chewing on some grass and went to take a photo, but as he did the animal unwittingly made the rude gesture.

Are these Britain's most identical twins? Air stewardesses who work together and wear the same clothes are so alike even their boyfriends can't tell them apart!

Identical twins Laura and Anna Perry, 20, from Sutton Coldfield, have been inseparable since they were born a minute apart and even sense if there's something wrong with the other.

Millionaire's row Sandbanks is to get 180 new 'gold dust' beach huts in bid to cut down the 20-YEAR waiting list for one

Tourism officials in Poole, Dorset, are proposing to build 178 concrete huts along the promenade at Sandbanks and the neighbouring beaches of Canford Cliffs and Bronksome Dene.

Whicker's World: Island retreat of globe-trotting journalist Alan Whicker is up for sale two years after his death for £4million

Despite the idyllic house being nestled in nine areas of woodland and boasting an outdoor swimming pool with sweeping views towards France, the house failed to sell.

Hotel that really IS historic: Ruined and empty for 150 years, the 13th-century Highlands castle is now in the final stages of a £2.3m transformation to luxury hotel 

The 800-year-old Mingary castle at Ardnamurchan in the Scottish Highlands is nearing the end of its renovation, which began last April and is expected to open to paying guests within the next few weeks.

EXCLUSIVE - ISIS gunmen checked boys' ages by their armpit hair and tricked us into choosing Islam or death: Yazidi men reveal how they survived slaughter of 800 by playing dead in mass grave

ISIS gunmen checked boys' ages by their armpit hair say Yazidi refugees

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - ISIS militants overran the village of Kojo in northern Iraq in August, slaughtering men and boys, who were checked for underarm hair to see if they were old enough to die. The men were split into two groups; those willing to convert to Islam and those who wanted to remain Christians. The Christians were told that they would be taken to the Sinjar mountains and freed. But it was a trick - those who chose Christianity were put into trucks and taken to fields around the village of Kojo, northern Iraq, where they were made to stand in front of mass graves and executed.

Dozens killed as tens of thousands of people stampede towards holy river to take part in Hindu bathing ritual in India 

Devotees crowd to attend the Maha Pushkaralu, a Hindu festival, on the banks of river Godavari at Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh, India, July 14, 2015. Twenty-seven people were killed and 40 injured on Tuesday in a stampede in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, police said, as crowds surged to bathe in the Godavari River on the first day of the religious festival held once every 144 years. REUTERS/R Narendra

GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: The tragedy happened in Andhra Pradesh as thousands of people pushed towards the Godavari River on the first day of the Pushkaralu festival.

Boy, 13, is lynched by mob and beaten to death as he begs for his life on video after Bangladeshi villagers accused him of stealing a bicycle 

Bangladeshi police escort a man linked to the beating death of a 13-year-old boy in Sylhet on July 13, 2015. Bangladesh police were hunting a group of attackers July 13 who lashed a 13-year-old boy to a stake and then beat him to death, filming the onslaught on a smart phone.  The 28-minute video, in which the boy is seen begging for water as he lay dying in the northeastern city of Sylhet, has sparked huge protests in Bangladesh since it went viral on social media over the weekend.  AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Samiul Alam Rajon was accused by his attackers of stealing a bicycle in the northeastern city of Sylhet although his family insist that the youngster was innocent.

Contaminated candy 'poisons' almost 2,000 schoolchildren in the Philippines after fruit-flavoured sweets were sold by vendors outside schools

Earlier estimates stated only 1,000 children were poisoned - this figure skyrocketed on Friday when hospitals on the southern island of Mindanao (pictured) began treating patients.



Knifeman shouting 'Allah is great' forces tourist to her knees as he holds a blade to her neck at Rome's Colosseum in terrifying random attack 

A tourist was forced to her knees as knifepoint at Rome?s Colosseum, in a terrifying attack that recalled an ISIS-style execution.  
Hundreds of horrified visitors to the Italian landmark looked on as the attacker held a kitchen knife to the neck of a 26-year-old woman and yelled 'Allah is great' and ?It is God that sends me?.  

The man held the Italian woman hostage for several minutes as he yelled religious fanaticism at the crowd with police powerless to act. 

One witness said: ?It seemed like a scene from ISIS. He made the girl get down on her knees like you see in the terrorists' videos, while he held a knife to her throat. The only thing missing was the orange jumpsuit.'

Others told Il Messaggero he was yelling 'incomprehensible things, but among them "Allah is great"'.  

Chiara Frisco, from Vasto on the Adriatic coast, who was visiting her sister in Rome to celebrate her graduation, said she feared ?the worst? when the knifeman grabbed her. 

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Italian Chiara Frisco (pictured) was held hostage by a fanatic yelling 'Allah is great' and 'It is God that sends me' in front of hundreds of visitors to the famous landmark.

Incredible moment rampaging elephants smash up a car and terrorise tourists at a beach in Denmark when a circus trainer beat one of the animals 

Footage of the incident was filmed in Karrebæksminde, where the animals named Lara, Jenny and Jungla were being led down to the water to cool off after a hard day performing.

Size really DOESN'T matter: Tiny Qatar, Luxembourg and Singapore are the three richest countries in the world, with US and Australia also in the Top Ten... and Britain down in 23rd 

According to figures from the International Monetary Fund, Qatar is the richest country in the world after data showed that the country's GDP in 2013 was $105,091 per person living in the gulf state.

'We saw kids without hands and legs': How two clowns dodged the bullets and shells to make wounded children laugh in Gaza

Alaa Megdad and Majed Kaloub are 'clown doctors', entertaining seriously ill children in three of Gaza's main hospitals - even braving rockets during last year's war to reach the patients.

DOMINIC SANDBROOK: Cameron faces a titanic struggle with the unions - and like Maggie, he must not flinch

Thirty years have passed since the defining political struggle of modern times, when Margaret Thatcher's government defeated Arthur Scargill's miners and broke the power of the unions.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Greece's defeat and a lesson for Britain

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: For bankers and Europe's elite, it was a day of immense relief. For the people of Greece - and the democracy they gave the world - it was a crushing defeat.