Your summer holidays have gone up in smoke: New blow to British families caught up in Calais migrant chaos as striking ferry workers block roads with burning tyres

Striking ferry workers burn tyres on Calais roads causing chaos for Brit holidaymakers

Striking French ferry workers set fire to the roads (pictured) leading to the port of Calais, blocking the port off with a wall of burning tyres in the latest wave of disruption faced by British tourists. People heading for France for their summer holidays already face travel chaos as they contend with the migrant crisis (inset) in Calais and Operation Stack in Kent. The crisis has forced some British families to cancel their holidays, while others are changing their travel plans to avoid the French port. Meanwhile thousands of British tourists could be diverted onto ferries instead of using the Channel Tunnel.

Teenage fraudster who mocked judge on Facebook after admitting £110,000 swindle is jailed as judge tells him he should be 'ashamed'

Sam Cook jailed for £110k swindle after police spotted his 'Ferrari' was FAKE 

Sam Cook (pictured) had boasted of turning a £2,000 investment into £21million, a court heard. Instead he pocketed the cash and used it to fund a lavish lifestyle which included a swanky waterside flat in Plymouth, expensive holidays and a 'Ferrari' (bottom). Today he was jailed for more than two years after he admitted swindling £110,000 from six victims. But the judge warned that clams the 18-year-old was remorseful were belied by a mocking photograph which was posted on Facebook following his guilty plea (top). The court was shown a picture of Cook and his father dressed up as a judge and a police officer.

City worker, 23, plummets to his death from a tenth-storey roof terrace in front of horrified onlookers just yards from London's City Hall

The unnamed 23-year-old man fell from the top floor of More London Riverside near Tower Bridge on the South Bank at around 7.45pm last night in front of dozens of horrified witnesses.

Apprentice star Stuart Baggs found dead at 27 'worked himself to death and slept just four hours a night', say friends 

Entrepreneur Stuart Baggs, who was found dead in his apartment on the Isle of Man yesterday, was a workaholic whose punishing 18-hour days may have contributed to his death, it has emerged.

Mobile phones ARE linked to cancer, study claims: Long-term use 'is associated with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, headaches and skin irritation'

Dr Igor Yakymenko, from from the The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, says the data is 'a clear sign of the real risks to human health'. But official guidance says the evidence is inconclusive.

Yazidi boy, four, is forced to join ISIS terror camp to learn Sharia Law, the Koran and is then given sword to behead his own MOTHER

Hamo - not his real name - was captured with his mother Bohar and three older siblings as ISIS carried out their terrifying assault on the villages near the Sinjar Mountains, Iraq, last August

Four feared dead in fireball after Saudi private jet crashes into car dealership near Hampshire airport after overshooting runway as it tried to land

Plane 'crashes into Hampshire car dealership' 

A plane has reportedly overshot the runway at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire and crashed into vehicles parked at a nearby car dealership sending thick smoke into the air. Four casualties have been reported and fire crews on the ground have been dousing flames with hoses. According to witnesses the plane clipped a fence while taking off, before flipping over.

Is there a jellyfish invasion on its way? Venomous Portuguese man of war wash up on British beaches

Two Portuguese man of war have been found on beaches in Devon and Cornwall. Experts have warned there may be more on the way and urged the public not to touch them.

Man, 20, dies after falling backwards down the 100ft chimney of seven-storey block of luxury flats in central London 

The victim's body was discovered in the basement of the block of luxury flats in Great Cumberland Place close to Marble Arch and Oxford Street.

Mother, 33, whose parents bought her a sunbed at 16 is diagnosed with deadly melanoma after using it for an hour EVERY day

Mother diagnosed with deadly melanoma after parents bought her a sunbed at 16

Lisa Guthrie, 33, from Country Durham (left), became obsessed with tanning after her parents bought her a sunbed. She has more than 100 moles covering her body. But each day the teenager would set the sunbed to run for one hour while she lay down for a nap. After giving birth to two children, Mrs Guthrie disposed of her sunbed, but still her obsession with having a tan remained (right). But the mother-of-two's tanning addiction was put into stark perspective at a visit to her dermatologist. The specialist said she had a malignant melanoma, after having two suspicious moles removed from her stomach and back (inset). The 33-year-old, form Concert in County Durham, is now in remission, but has been warned she is at high risk of the cancer returning. She said: 't is not what you do now it is what you did when you were younger. It may take a few years to catch up with you but it will catch up with you in the end. A tan is not everything.'

Payday moans: NatWest customers complain as the bank's website crashes just as their wages are paid in 

The NatWest Twitter account has been bombarded with complaints today from UK customers blasting the bank after waking up this morning to find payments missing from accounts.

Desperate for a flat stomach? The secret lies in your BRAIN: Expert reveals how STRESS can trigger gut problems - and how to banish bloating for good...

EXCLUSIVE: Bloating can be triggered by anything from fluctuating hormones to eating reheated pasta - or even a glass of water. But stress could be having the biggest effect of all, say doctors.

Is being a perfectionist RUINING your career? Striving for excellence leads to burnout, study warns

Researchers from York St John University and the University of Bath have found it is 'largely destructive' and can lead to poorer performance at work.

The Calais migrants who DON'T want to come to Britain: With a school, church and shopping centre, not everyone is so desperate to leave the 'New Jungle' camp

The migrants who DON'T want to come to Britain: With a school, church and shopping centre,

There have been more than 4,200 attempts by migrants to enter the Channel Tunnel in the past four nights as they look for ways to enter Britain illegally. But not all of the 3,000 migrants estimated to be holed up in the French port are so desperate to leave. In fact, some are putting down roots. In the 'New Jungle' camp (top right) - a sprawling settlement erected next to the Calais ring road - men and women have come together to build a school, church (pictured bottom right) and even a shopping centre. Pictured left, two men from Sudan build the frame of another makeshift shelter.

Migrant crisis will last ALL summer, warns Cameron as he sends sniffer dogs and fencing to Calais and opens Kent barracks to hold lorries

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After chairing a meeting of the Cobra emergency committee, the Prime Minister announced army barracks in Kent will also be used as a lorry car park to relieve some of travel chaos on the M20.

BBC reporter who asked migrants if they were returning to 'the Jungle' is slammed by viewers even though he was referring to the temporary camp in Calais 

Viewers reacted with fury and accused Diplomatic Correspondent Paul Adams of making a racist slur - not realising that the 'Jungle' is the real name of a camp just outside Calais.

Heading for Oblivion? Alton Towers is now so quiet after Smiler crash that thrillseekers barely have to queue for the most popular rides - and the park even shuts early because hardly anyone's there

Alton Towers is so quiet thrillseekers barely have to queue for most popular

Just two months after the crash of the Smiler rollercoaster, the Alton Towers theme park was virtually deserted yesterday despite it being the height of the school summer holidays. Many of the popular attractions such as the Rita rollercoaster, bottom left, and the Congo River Rapids, left, were going around with empty carriages. Virtually no visitors were queuing up to enter the park when it opened at 10am yesterday morning, top left, while fairground games, centre right, were barely getting any attention.

Are YOU a bulldozer or a peacekeeper? Take the quiz to find out what kind of communicator you are... and how to tackle awkward conversations

Whether it's asking for a pay rise at work or discussing a problem in the bedroom with our partner,  many of us shy away from awkward discussions. But what type of communicator are you?

'I'm highly dedicated. I can finish an entire season of a show in two days or less': Job-hunters joke about their REAL talents under Twitter hashtag #MyUselessResumeSkills

Along with having a can-do attitude and being a team player, most job-seekers possess a few useless 'skills' that, as much as they are true, should never be included on an application.

How Prince Philip CURTSIED to King George VI when he met him for the first time: Documentary tells how Duke made gaffe while wearing a kilt at Balmoral

One one of the Duke's biggest insults was aimed at his father-in-law - the very time they met - when he wanted to try and 'show his independence' because he thought the kilt looked like a skirt.

Putin 'personally ordered Litvinenko's murder': QC at inquest into Russian spy's death says 'direct and solid evidence' ties 'morally deranged' President to the killing

Ben Emmerson QC, the lawyer for Mr Litvinenko's family, said it would be 'impossible' for the spy's 'assassination' to have taken place without the president's approval.

You've got this until they're 18! Hilarious pictures show children wreaking havoc with paint, food and glue to the dismay of their VERY patient parents

The Poke pictures show children wreaking havoc with paint, food and glue

A series of images capture the catastrophic messes achieved when children are left alone. Pictures shared by parents include (clockwise from left to right) a tired-out jam fiend, a snoozing flour fan, daddy as a canvas, a messy bathtime and (inset) an artistic toddler getting ready for bed.

Is the world on the verge of an Ebola vaccine? 100% effective jab 'could be a game changer in the fight against deadly virus'

The VSV-EBOLV vaccine is being trialled in Guinea, the nation at the heart of the largest Ebola outbreak on record, which has so far killed more than 11,000 people - the majority in West Africa.

Hilarious moment a BBC Sport presenter forgot what he should do to end a bulletin - so tapped his HAND and pretended it was an iPad 

BBC Sport presenter Chris Mitchell pretends to tap imaginary iPad

The BBC's Chris Mitchell had been presenting his segment on Sports Today on the BBC news channel when the embarrassing incident occurred, but made matters even worse with the futile gesture because viewers could clearly see he was empty handed.

Palestinian baby burns to death and his parents are critically injured in Molotov cocktail attack by 'Jewish extremists' who stormed their West Bank village

Israeli military spokesman Lt Col Peter Lerner called the attack which killed Ali Dawabsheh 'nothing short of a barbaric act of terrorism' as troops scoured the area near Nablus for the suspects.

Was Tunisian beach killer known to the authorities? Neighbours says murderer's home was raided 18 months before attack 

The home of Seifeddine Rezgui, who opened fire on tourists on a beach in Sousse, Tunisia, was raided just 18 months before the attack, according to a neighbour who witnessed the sting.

Kidnapper inspired by Dirty Harry villain who kept 26 schoolkids 'buried alive' in a trailer dug into a California hillside is granted parole after 39 years in prison 

California Gov. Jerry Brown had until midnight Thursday to block parole officials, who recommended in April that he grant parole to James Schoenfeld, convicted of kidnapping in 1976.

Man charged with murder of two-week-old baby girl who died in hospital after suffering multiple injuries

Matthew Higham, 23, will appear before Stockport magistrates today accused of murder, according to Greater Manchester Police.

Wing flap washed up on Indian Ocean island WAS from a Boeing 777, reveals Malaysia Airlines - as experts claim BARNACLES could pinpoint site of MH370's black box

Malaysia Airlines confirm wing flap WAS from Boeing 777 and likely from MH370

The debris could provide the first tangible clue towards unlocking the mystery surrounding the doomed jet, which disappeared without trace in March last year with 239 people on board. The wing component found on the French island of La Reunion bears the part number '657-BB', according to photos of the debris, which matches the part for a wing flap in Boeing manufacturer's manual. The Malaysia Airlines flight was one of only three Boeing 777s to have been involved in major incidents, along with the downing of MH17 over Ukraine last year and the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco airport in 2013 that left three dead. It is the only one which vanished over water.

Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics after beating off competition from Kazakhstan - despite planning to use fake snow

President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach opens the envelope announcing that Beijing has won the bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games at the 128th International Olympic Committee session in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Friday, July 31, 2015. Almaty and Beijing competed for the right to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. (AP Photo/Joshua Paul)

Beijing has been awarded the right to host the 2022 Winter Olympics and will become the first city to host both the summer and winter editions of the Games. 

Fitness-mad mother bans junk food, TV and lie-ins and makes her kids walk 13 miles a day during summer holidays... and says it's YOUR duty to do the same

Sarah Briggs, 53, from Cumbria, has a strict active regime for her three children, which involves climbing, cycling, running, mountaineering and being active every single day of their summer holidays

'Normally men run a mile when I tell them my age': How online vigilantes tricked paedophile into meeting 'Donna, 14' - despite his fears it was sting

Paedophile fooled into meeting 'Donna, 14' by online vigilante group despite fearing it

Barry Scott, 50, has been jailed after he fell for an online sting despite him fearing an agreed meeting was a police set-up. He bought vodka and condoms after arranging to meet a 14-year-old girl called 'Donna' he had been chatting to on a dating site and via WhatsApp messages (seen right). But when he turned up on the the Millennium Bridge over the Tyne in Newcastle in November, he was confronted by two undercover men working for Dark Justice. Judge Robin Mairs jailed Scott (pictured) for 12 months today after the defendant admitted attempting to meet a girl under 16 following sexual grooming.

Will AI make us STUPID? Will.i.am fears we're investing more in robot intelligence than our own - but he's confident pop stars won't be replaced by androids

EXCLUSIVE: Will.i.am shared his fears and excitements about future technology with MailOnline while fusing a fleet of hybrid Lexus sports vehicles and a laser grid to play a song in Madrid.

Football agent and his friend who both denied delivering the 'piledriver' punch that killed an off-duty policeman are convicted of his manslaughter

Andrew Taylor, 29, a former professional footballer turned agent and Timmy Donovan, 30, a sports event manager, were found guilty of the manslaughter of PC Doyle at Liverpool Crown Court.

Teenage girls cut cancer death risk by exercise: Regular activity can reduce chance of developing disease in middle age by nearly 20%

Exercising for just one hour and 20 minutes each week while a teenager resulted in a 16 per cent reduction of the risk of dying from cancer in middle-age, the US-based study found.

Finnish schools end joined-up handwriting: Country phases out writing classes in favour of keyboard skills as they accept that texting and tweeting have taken over

Finnish schools want children to focus on what they write rather than how they write it and although there have been objections from grandparents, there has been surprisingly little reaction over the move.

The 63-year-old with a figure women in their twenties will envy! Former Vegas showgirl reveals her secrets to looking young... and admits she enjoys treats and a glass of wine

Las Vegas showgirl Sian Lesley reveals her secrets to looking young

Sian Lesley is a Welsh singer who lives in Madeira, Portugal. She is 63 but could easily be confused for a woman in her early forties. She believe women her age should make more effort with their appearance and reveals her secrets behind staying youthful. Pictured left and right: Sian in Portugal earlier this year, centre and inset: Sian in Las Vegas in the 1970s.

How swapping the sofa for a stroll can take three inches off your waistline: Walking and standing can also cut risk of diabetes and heart disease 

A team of scientists, lead by the University of Queensland, Australia, found just two hours of pottering around your house or office each day could take three inches off your waistline.

Eat carrots, stop multi-tasking and go for a walk three times a week: The 10 things we ALL should do to stave off dementia...

With an estimated 44 million people across the world suffering with Alzheimer's and the prospect of that figure doubling by 2050, Anna Magee reveals the simple steps we can take to ward off the disease.

Saved... for now: Cecil the lion's cubs are being protected by his BROTHER after fears rival male will kill them and take over the pride, says Oxford University expert

Cecil the lion's cubs are being protected by his BROTHER

After Cecil's death in Zimbabwe, there were fears that his cubs would be killed by the next lion in the hierarchy, a male named Jericho (pictured, left, fighting Cecil), so he could father his own offspring with the females. But a team at Oxford University's Wildlife Conservation Unit, which had been studying Cecil before he was shot dead, said the lion's brother was safeguarding the young. Project leader David Macdonald said: 'As you probably know, the natural law in lion society is that when a male dies and his weakened coalition is usurped, the new incoming males kill their predecessors' cubs. This may not happen because Cecil's brother is still holding the fort.' The much-loved lion was killed by American dentist Walter Palmer (inset) earlier this month, sparking outrage around the world.

Zimbabwe demands the extradition of 'foreign poacher' Walter Palmer after accusing the U.S. dentist of killing Cecil the lion illegally

Minister Oppah Muchinguri said Walter Palmer should be handed over to Zimbabwean officials to face justice, adding that prosecutors had started the legal process to make that happen.

Cecil's killer 'wanted to hunt a giant elephant after shooting the lion': Guide reveals US dentist Walter Palmer's next request but they couldn't find an animal large enough

Guide Theo Bronkhorst has claimed that US dentist Walter Palmer wanted to shoot a 'very large elephant' after killing Cecil, but left Zimbabwe when they were unable to find one big enough.

Terrifying moment thugs armed with a shotgun smashed their way into house in broad daylight - while the occupants were at home

Romford home raid by thugs with a shotgun is captured on CCTV

The masked gang carried out the raid in broad daylight while the occupants were at home. In shocking footage recorded on cameras outside the property, the four thugs were seen pulling up on the drive in Romford, Essex, before smashing their way into the house. The gang arrived at the house in two cars - a black convertible Porsche and a black Mercedes -before charging towards the front door (right). Meanwhile, one of the burglars started smashing up an external CCTV camera, flashing an expensive watch at the lens in the process (left). The three people who lived in the property were at home at the time. Police said the residents, who are in their 20s and 30s, sustained minor injuries from the broken glass.

Catholic monk who told a pair of lesbian witches 'we used to burn people like you' pleads guilty to harassment 

Damon Kelly, 53, of Corby, Northamptonshire, is a member of a group called the Black Hermits. He rowed with the women after posting a leaflet against homosexuality through their door.

BBC's Robert Peston opens up about heartbreak of losing his wife to lung cancer - but says he can finally imagine dating someone else

Robert Peston revealed what it was like having his family life shattered as wife, the writer Sian Busby, battled the disease, at a time when he was being blamed for causing the recession.

'I'm not a prostitute and I don't have a sugar daddy!' Blogger, 27, pens furious rant about 'ignorant' people who judge her because she is a 'pretty woman' traveling alone

My Life's A Movie blogger Alyssa Ramos says she's judged for being a 'pretty woman'

Travel blogger Alyssa Ramos, 27, from Los Angeles, explained in an essay that she can't figure out why her desire to travel alone is an 'international mystery to some people'. And even worse, she said her appearance earns her judgmental stares wherever she goes. Alyssa noted that she is often mistaken for a prostitute or a woman who mending a broke heart after a break-up when she is traveling solo.

The 4x4 of mobile phones: Caterpillar's S40 rugged handset is made to withstand sun, water, dust, and shocks

The S40 is water, dust and shock-proof, boasts a large capacity battery and has glove-on and wet-finger tracking technology. The Caterpillar S40 will go on sale tomorrow for £399.99 (€429).

Jessica Alba faces claims that her organic beauty company's sunscreen is 'useless' and leaves people with painful sunburn

As Jessica Alba was spotted in California today looking ever the fashionista, Honest Company customers are taking to social media to complain that her sun block doesn't work.

Morrissey accuses male San Francisco airport officer of sexually assaulting him at security checkpoint

The British singer claims he 'was approached by an airport security officer who stopped me, crouched before me and groped my penis and testicles' earlier this week after concluding his US tour.

'Their pillows were soaked with tears': Teenage girls whose job it was to look after and wave off Kamikaze pilots describe torment of Japanese airmen waiting to die

'Their pillows were soaked with tears': Teenage girls whose job it was to look after and

The girls, known as Nadeshinko (left) after the cherry blossom branches they used to wave the men off, said the pilots (right) always smiled as they took off, but suffered a secret emotional trauma. Often, after taking part in the farewell ceremonies, the girls would return to the bunkhouse to change their bedding only to find their pillows soaked in tears. The Nadeshinko, some as young as 14, also suffered themselves, having to befriend the men before they took off, knowing they would never return. (Inset, Chino Kuwashiro, 86, a former Nadeshinko who has spoken of her experiences.)

UN paid half a billion dollars to Russian aviation company responsible for drugging and raping a teenage girl

A damning report shows that UTair staff raped and abused a minor in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, yet the company has since expanded its operations with the peacekeepers.

They're behind you! Spooky photo shows group of friends joking around on a lawn... while ghostly woman and baby look at them from building site window

Mother-of-one Natasha Oliver, 22, and her friends were outside a half-built housing estate in Wem, Shropshire - and something would later catch their eye in the top right window.

My iPhone saved my life: Teenager was blasted man with sawn-off shotgun from just five feet away but his MOBILE stopped the bullet 

Daniel Kennedy was shot from just five feet away after a row with 19-year-old Ryan Duggan who had been part of a gang of youths intimidating locals in Widnes, Cheshire.

A Glorious day for Goodwood! The sun shines as glamorous racegoers wearing colourful hats and elegant dresses arrive for fourth day of racing 

Glorious Goodwood sun shines as glamorous racegoers arrive for fourth day of racing 

Guests have descended on Goodwood racecourse in Chichester for another day of racing. The female racegoers, who included the model Vogue Williams (top right), displayed a range of elegant headgear for the penultimate day of the event.

Robbery, violence and a screaming row with girlfriend in separate cars on the motorway... meet Britain's most obnoxious footballer

JACK GAUGHAN: Fly-tipping pizza crusts, holding up motorway traffic to conduct a blazing row with an ex-girlfriend and beating down the door to his own flat. Nile Ranger's career is yet again in tatters.

No more burnt burgers on the barbeque! $199 smartphone-controlled grill tells you when your food is perfectly cooked

The inventor of the grill, from Miami Beach Florida, says it gives users notifications to help them grill food effectively and that the device can even be used indoors.

The ex-KGB agent accused of lacing Alexander Litvinenko's cup of tea in Mayfair hotel with Polonium-210 opens a... Moscow tea shop (with his stunning model wife)

Glamorous 26-year-old Ksenyia Lugovoy, who married the accused Russian MP three years ago, said she had 'never heard' of husband's alleged role in the murder of Alexander Litvinenko

Mother, 42, reveals she is mistaken for her 14-year-old daughter's SISTER and can even fit into her size eight clothes... but says the secret to looking young is staying single

Mother, 42, reveals she is mistaken for her 14-year-old daughter's SISTER all the time

Beverly Wright (left), from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, credits her youthful looks to staying single and believes her skin is wrinkle-free because she doesn't do relationships. The mother-of-one, who wears her blonde hair in a stylish bob, and wears tight-fitting dresses, says she could pass for a woman in her 20s, and is often compared to daughter Bailey (together right and inset). Beverly, who works as a beautician, says staying away from the stresses of relationships has helped maintain her youthful good looks, and admits she has a hard time convincing strangers she is 42.

How far away can YOU see a candle? Raging debate is finally extinguished thanks to study that puts distance at just 1.6 miles

Astronomers at Texas A&M; University have calculated that the faintest stars visible to the human eye are the equivalent of looking at a candle just 2,576 metres (1.6 miles) away.

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Pictured in cuffs: Ultra-orthodox Jew 'who stabbed six in knife rampage' rants in court as it's revealed he wrote letter shortly before prison release vowing to stop gay 'parade of abomination'

Ultra-orthodox Jew Yishai Shlissel 'who stabbed six at Gay Pride march' pictured

GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: Yishai Shlissel, pictured, representing himself, told the court he did not accept its authority and would not be part of what he described as a 'mechanism of evil'. Police have come under fire after it emerged he hand wrote vitriolic anti-gay pamphlets from prison before he went on to stab six people at a gay pride parade in Jerusalem. He urged people to risk imprisonment to 'stop the spread of this shame' in the letter, written before his release from prison. It echoes his words around the time of the almost identical 2005 attack, when he stabbed three people, saying he would not allow this 'abomination' in Israel.

Russian man admits murdering 18-year-old girlfriend in the woods after she 'irritated him' at a party

Vladislav Rogovik (left), 20, initially joined in the search for his missing girlfriend Anna Bondareva (right), 18, but later admitted to murdering her after being questioned by the police.

Pony scarred for life after horrific 'Stanley knife attack' leaves it with four-inch-deep wound

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Francis Keaton, from Wrexham, Wales, noticed his miniature Shetland stallion had been attacked when he went to feed him on Wednesday morning.

George Galloway vows to rejoin the Labour party 'pretty damn quick' if Jeremy Corbyn becomes leader

File photo dated 27/03/14 of George Galloway, as a complaint against the former Respect MP over his use of parliamentary funds has been referred to the police, the parliamentary standards watchdog has revealed. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday May 19, 2015. Mr Galloway's former parliamentary assistant Aisha Ali Khan reported him to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority earlier this year, claiming that she spent more time running personal errands for him than on official work. See PA story POLITICS Galloway. Photo credit should read: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

The controversial ex-MP was kicked out of the party in 2003 for outspoken criticism of Tony Blair's Iraq War, but claims victory for Mr Corbyn will swell membership numbers to 1million.

Watch the terrifying moment a great white shark RAMS a boat and almost capsizes it ... but don't worry, it's only saying 'hello'

EXCLUSIVE: A video shot in New Zealand shows a great white rocking and biting at a boat with two men on board, but an expert told MailOnline that it was not showing aggressive behavior.

Pensioner suffers heart attack after motorbike raiders tried to snatch his camera ... but still manages to snap these pictures of the culprits

The amateur photographer went into an instant cardiac arrest after he was targeted in a brazen daylight robbery at 2.30pm on Tuesday as he took photographs of flowers in Priory Park, Dudley

Water way to make money! Working 17th-century mill that creates electricity to generate cash goes on sale for £1.1million 

Upper Crisbrook Mill in Maidstone, Kent, was converted into house in the early 1970s but has kept plenty of original features - including a working waterwheel.

'Deeply unpleasant' Lee Rigby troll is convicted of harassing the murdered soldier's family with conspiracy theories

Chris Spivey, 52, from Rochford, made a string of outrageous claims about the soldier, including that his family were involved in a conspiracy with M15 to incite anti-Islamic propaganda.

Seahorses could be extinct in 30 years: Trade in dried wildlife souvenirs could see the marine creatures wiped out

The Devon-based charity The Seahorse Trust has launched a new campaign to target the sale of dried marine animals as holiday keepsakes to try to save the seahorse from extinction.

Music to a patient's ears: Surgeons 'perform BETTER when listening to their favourite songs'

Scientists at the University of Texas found when plastic surgeons listened to their favourite songs, their surgical technique and efficiency when closing incisions improved.

Butterfly Dream, Sunset Rice Clouds or Flying Dumplings... Is your kid's inflight meal tastier than yours? How airlines are giving their children's food a makeover

Airlines have begun to embrace the idea that children not only want variety and flavour in their inflight meals - their parents want to give them the healthy option, too.

Heartbreak as mother, 49, who thought she was 'simply forgetful' is diagnosed with rare type of dementia and may have just two years to live

Lorayne Minahan, 49, from Lydd, Kent, began misplacing her keys and leaving the cooker on. But rather than just being slip ups, the mother-of-two was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.

'Chubby' mother AND son reveal incredible transformation after swapping junk food for the gym... going from unfit to ripped

Mother AND son swap junk food for the gym and reveal incredible transformation

Angela McManus, 48, from Newcastle upon Tyne, used to wear a size 16 (left) and had an unhealthy diet of processed ready meals but after overhauling her diet has dropped two dress sizes and loves working out (second left). Meanwhile, her 20-year-old son Bradley is barely recognisable from his 'chubby' teenage days (second right) with a solid six-pack and toned arms (right).

Google rejects French order to apply the 'right to be forgotten' across the world

French data protection authority, the CNIL, ordered Google to de-list on request search results appearing under a person's name from all its websites, but the Californian tech giant has so far refused.

JAN MOIR: Women who take more care picking a sofa than a father for their children 

Kenzie Kilpatrick, pictured, might like to convince himself he is only a sperm donor but he is a father ten times over, with ten little people directly related to him growing up in the world, writes JAN MOIR.

Are school holidays a blessing or a burden? Survey reveals tomorrow is the day parents reach 'breaking point' with their kids

The report showed that exactly half of British parents were likely to have had enough on August 1, with more than half of the planned budget for entertaining will have been spent by this date.

Evicted cancer sufferer denies assaulting policeman during protest as bailiffs repossessed his home 

Tom Crawford was arrested as an army of supporters formed a human blockade round his bungalow in Carlton, Nottinghamshire earlier this month.

'I find her admirable': Author John Green explains why supermodel Cara Delevingne was right to respond the way she did in that 'awkward' interview 

U.S. author John Green (left) defended model Cara Delevingne (centre) following the now-infamous interview, publicising new release Paper Towns. He said that Cara is 'admirable' for refusing to play along.

Want to boost your brain power? Try climbing trees: Childish pastimes found to improve working memories by 50% 

If crosswords are too easy and Sudoku a touch boring, why not go and climb a tree? A study found that childish pastimes such as climbing tree and running barefoot can dramatically boost memory.

How green tea could help you stay slim: Extract in the drink found to reduce amount of starch that is absorbed from food 

The research by scientists at Poznan University in Poland means that it could be used to help those suffering from obesity and diabetes as it can help reduce the amount of starch absorbed.

The app that stops your dogs getting FAT: DogSync keeps track of your canine's meals and even when he goes to the toilet

DogSync allows you to receive notifications when your dog is fed or taken for a walk. The app is free and available to download from the iOS App Store, and an Android version coming soon.

Revealed: How 13 new Conservative Lords since 2010 have given £23million to Cameron's party

David Cameron, right, has appointed 200 peers. They included 47 Labour and 40 Liberal Democrats as well as the 83 Tories, including Anthony Bamford, left, who donated £4.1million to the Tories.

Who are the mystery girls in the surf? Photographer launches hunt for women in vintage photos found in US charity shop

Meagan Abell launches hunt for women in photos found in Virginia thrift shop

Photographer Meagan Abell launched an internet search to trace the photographer and models from the vintage images, found in a thrift shop in Virginia. The beautiful images show two models walking through the surf on a beach, and looking out to sea at sunset. She believes the images date from 1950s or '60s, based on the dresses the models are wearing. The images have already been shared and retweeted hundreds of times as curious internet users join the hunt.

'It was like watching a Mick Fanning replay': Second Australian surfer punched Great White shark as it viciously mauled his arm and leg

Craig Ison, 52, suffered puncture wounds to his arms and legs after he was attacked by a shark while surfing with a friend at Evans Head near Ballina on the NSW north coast about 6.10am on Friday.

RBS sell-off could 'start within days' but taxpayer stands to make a loss of up to £10billion

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George Osborne's sale of shares in the state-backed bank could begin within days, it was reported today, with potential investors braced for it to come as early as Tuesday.

Shocking moment cruel youth fires gun straight into a badger sett as his friends crowd around to watch 

Pictures appear to show a group of youths crowding around a badger sett in the Guisborough Forest near Middlesbrough before one produces a gun and blasts the inside of the sett before walking away.

Fans blast 'despicable' BBC One soap EastEnders after character Carol Jackson said 'b******' an hour before the watershed 

The BBC programme appeared to break strict broadcasting rules on using offensive language before 9pm when Carol, played by Lindsey Coulson, swore at the end of last night's episode.

Why success starts at nursery school: Children who demonstrate good social skills at a young age more likely to have gone to university or have a successful job 

Children who demonstrate good social skills at nursery-school age go on to be more successful in life, say researchers at Pennsylvania State University in the US.

Driver in fatal Glasgow bin lorry crash 'would never have been let near the wheel' if council knew he had missed a disciplinary hearing in his last job and taken time off for vertigo 

The driver of a bin lorry that careered into six people and killed them days before Christmas failed to turn up to a disciplinary meeting then resigned and took a job with Glasgow city council, a fatal accident inquiry heard.

No longer just a fantasy: How Disney princes would look in real life - and women definitely approve!

Real life Disney princes revealed by artist Jirka Väätäinen

Melbourne artist Jirka Väätäinen has followed up his famous Disney Princesses series with 'real life' portraits of their male counterparts - and women are swooning. Cinderella's Prince Charming (top left), along with Princes Phillip (bottom centre), Eric (top right) and Adam from Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast respectively are brought to life through digital painting. John Smith (top centre) from Pocahontas, Aladdin (bottom right), Hercules and Tarzan (bottom left) also feature in the series.

'Facebook and Instagram fuelled my anorexia': Woman who plummeted to 5st 7lb says comparing herself to the 'perfect' lives of others was to blame

Kerry Hooton, 22, from Balderton, Nottinghamshire, dropped from 8st 12lb to 5st 7lb after becoming obsessed with posts on social media and spending hours scrolling through photos.

She's really twerking it! Fitness instructor performs mesmerising freestyle booty workout in video sweeping the internet

Lexy Panterra, from California, is getting worldwide attention thanks to her YouTube channel where she shares videos of her twerking skills. Her latest clip has had more than two million views.

Gastropub landlord jailed for killing wealthy American eccentric by jabbing him with an ironing board that knocked him into path of oncoming van

Rostam Notarki, 53, jailed today for seven years, chased Charles Hickox (pictured), 53, out of the Cardinal Wolsey near Hampton Court Palace after the victim went to find his missing credit card.

Are these the world's most fashion-forward princesses? Forget Kate's nude heels, these royals rock bold leopard print, masculine suits and kooky glasses

Thai Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana, left, German Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis, top, and Greece's Princess Tatiana, bottom, aren't afraid to experiment with bold looks.

New clip-on Google Glass secretly rolled out to businesses: Search giant will target healthcare and manufacturing industries

Google has secretly released a new clip-on version of Google Glass to developers, and hopes to have a version ready to sell to businesses in the autumn, according to reports.

Now you can have Michelin starred dining in your own home: New service delivers dishes from 19 top London restaurants to your door - with quality guaranteed 

The new service, called Supper, will deliver top-of-the-range meals, from the likes of Tamarind (pictured) and Benares of Mayfair, to diners doorsteps on custom-built motorbikes.

Peace, love and paradise: Haunting photos give a glimpse inside the clothing-optional commune started by Liz Taylor's brother to get back at the Hawaiian government

Photos of the commune started by Elizabeth Taylor's brother

Thanks to a bitter disagreement between Elizabeth Taylor's brother and the Hawaiian government, a group of hippies, surfers and Vietnam veterans were able to create their own utopia on a seven-acre stretch of beach in 1969. Taylor camp, as it became known, was named after Howard Taylor, the actress's older brother who owned the stretch of land on the north shore of Kauai. Taylor let a group of vagrants live on the land rent free in 1969, after the Hawaiian government refused his requests for a building permit. For the next seven years, the group prospered and grew to more than 100, before the local government pushed them from the property and burned down their community.

ISIS is as strong as ever in Syria despite year-long US-led bombing campaign and it could take a DECADE to drive them out of strongholds, claims CIA 

The bombings have cost billions and killed 10,000 but troop numbers remain the same as they are able to replenish their ranks with foreign fighters, according to intelligence analysts from the CIA.

Taliban appoint new leader as family of former commander Mullah Omar say he died from an 'unspecified illness'

Taliban publishes bizarre biography of 'charismatic' one-eyed leader Mullah Omar in the hope it will stop members leaving to join ISIS
Taliban militants have lavished praise on their enigmatic supreme leader

Akhtar Mohammed Mansour, former deputy to Mullah Omar (pictured), is believed to have been named Supreme Leader of the Taliban, as peace talks with Pakistani authorities are suspended.

Gambling addict who claimed the Ritz should have stopped him from betting must repay £2.2m bill

Safa Abdulla Al Geabury, 52, was today ordered to pay £2.2million to the Ritz casino and told he was the 'author of his own misfortune'.

Warehouse manager horrified to find deadly Cambodian wasp spider that stowed away in crate of plumbing supplies for 6,500-mile trip

The wasp spider - known to have a painful bite - hitched a ride from its home in Sihanoukville in Cambodia all the way to a warehouse in Manchester after it became trapped in the crate.

Wrong turn! Huge lorry gets wedged in tiny street after foreign driver blindly follows satnav - destroying fence, hedge and a brick wall

Lorry follows satnav and gets wedged in Alexandra Road in Wellington, Somerset

This is the moment a massive lorry got wedged in a tiny street after the driver blindly followed the sat-nav.  The 42-tonne lorry, which has foreign number plates, destroyed a garden fence, a hedge and a brick wall after becoming stuck in a narrow part of Alexandra Road on Wednesday. Police were forced to close the street in Wellington, Somerset, while they freed the vehicle.

'Welcome t***': Premier Inn guest demands apology from budget chain after obscene message is displayed on TV in his room

Phil Burke claims the offensive message was displayed when he arrived at the budget chain's hotel in Dartford, Kent. The cost of his stay was reimbursed after he made a number of complaints.

Caterpillar DRUGS ants to enslave them as bodyguards: Sugary snack from butterfly larvae alters brains of insects

Scientists at Kobe University in Japan have found a sugary liquid produced by the Japanese Oakblue caterpillar (pictured) is drunk by ants, causing them to abandon their own colonies.

Asteroid impact triggered sudden cooling on Earth 12,800 years ago - and may have killed off the mammoths

Geologists at the University of California Santa Barbara have pinned down the start of the Younger Dryas period of rapid cooling to 12,800 years ago.

Paralysed rugby player uses robot skeleton controlled by his THOUGHTS to walk again

Rob Camm, from Gloucestershire, has become the first tetraplegic in the world who uses a ventilator to breathe to use the wearable robot, called Rex. He was paralysed in a horrific car crash.

The bush is BACK! Outspoken Kathy Lette on why women should stop waxing and embrace the au naturel look

The bush is slowly being set free, says author Kathy Lette who thinks the medieval torture of bikini waxing should be left in the past. Why not embrace our flowering lady gardens instead?

White rhinos are on the brink of extinction with only FOUR left in the world after female died at Czech zoo 

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Nabire, died at the Dvur Kralove zoo and the director said 'senseless human greed' has driven northern white rhinos, hunted for their horns, them to the brink of extinction.

Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean fight to keep Kurt Cobain death scene photos sealed as lawsuit claims images will prove Nirvana frontman was MURDERED

Courtney Love and Frances Bean fight to keep Kurt Cobain death photos sealed

Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean Cobain are petitioning a Seattle judge to keep gruesome death-scene photos and police records relating to the Nirvana frontman's 1994 death sealed. The documents are at the center of a lawsuit filed by Richard Lee, who runs a local TV show, amid claims information from the authorities' findings will prove Cobain did not die from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Lee is suing the Seattle Police Department to make the material public as he is convinced the rocker was actually murdered. Seattle police released photographs last year showing the scene and parts of Cobain's body, pictured, the new set of images would include closer examination of his injuries.

Now THAT'S a lot of hot air! Dozens of balloons create mesmerising display of colours and shapes in skies over Bristol

Colourful balloons of all shapes and sizes, including a penguin, soared over the city in a dress rehearsal for next weekend's Bristol International Balloon Fiesta.

You can't stop a second referendum on Scottish independence, defiant Sturgeon tells Cameron

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon drinks before the media interview in Hong Kong, Friday, July 31, 2015 as she delivers speech in the Foreign Correspondentsí Club. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

Scotland's First Minister insisted 'no politician has the right to stand in the way' of another vote after Mr Cameron ruled out a re-run on the independence question before 2020.

The hotel from hell? Horror of businessman who checked into 'filthy' Premier Inn room with USED towels and bedsheets

A businessman was left 'sickened' when he was given dirty towels from the previous guest in his £100 hotel room and was even expected to sleep in the used bed at Premier Inn in Bricket Wood.

Human rights lawyer Michael Mansfield reveals his pain at suicide of his daughter who killed herself weeks after being made redundant

Human rights lawyer Michael Mansfield has spoken for the first time about his daughter's death, as he launched a campaign to dispel 'stigma and ignorance' around mental health.

Forget HRT - exercise could be the secret to beating the menopause: Women who work up a sweat in the gym suffer half as many hot flushes 

Researchers said that in future women in their late 40s and early 50s could be prescribed exercise as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy. Other said gardening can also help.

Bride who was paralysed at her hen party strips down to just her lingerie and her catheter for powerful photoshoot she hopes will 'put a different face to disability' 

Bride who was paralyzed before her wedding strips down for sexy shoot

Rachelle Friedman Chapman, 29, suffered a spinal cord injury after being playfully pushed into a pool shortly before her wedding. Soon after, hurtful comments made my strangers online damaged her self-esteem. But now the North Carolina resident is reclaiming her confidence and posing nearly nude to prove that disabled people can still be sexy.

Living in the legacy of a nuclear disaster: Those affected are more likely to suffer mental health problems than illness from radiation exposure 

The warnings, published in The Lancet, come as scientists compile a series of studies to mark the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in Japan.

Hundreds of families to eat under mosquito nets after rotting 'biofuel' that leaked putrid brown liquid sparked massive fly infestation

People living near to the Boomeco biofuel plant in Avonmouth, Bristol, filed 400 complaints last year after they struggled to keep swarms of flies away from their homes after biofuel bales were ripped.

Is Facebook taking over YOUR life? One in every five minutes on smartphones is spent using social network's apps

Facebook has revealed its average users spend 46 minutes a day on its apps, accounting for a fifth of all time spent on smartphones, but despite this its share prices fell in the last quarter.

Leopard circles car in game reserve and surprises tourists inside by jumping up at the window and attempting to attack them

A leopard at the Kruger National Park jumped up at a car window travelling through a game reserve in South Africa - and the moment the predator struck was captured on camera.

Ghost prank goes horribly wrong after panicked driver RUNS OVER man wearing sheet and leaves him covered in blood

Ghost prank goes horribly wrong after panicked driver RUNS OVER man wearing sheet and

A ghost prank went horribly wrong when a panicked driver ploughed his car into a pretend spectre and sent him sprawling across the road. Footage of the dramatic incident was posted to YouTube and showed the prankster bouncing off the car bonnet as the driver attempted to get away safely. The trickster was subsequently left lying on the side of the road with blood gushing from his knee. It is not known where the incident took place.

MoD appeal for family of lost British airman killed during WWII to come forward after his remains are discovered in a churchyard in the Netherlands

A search is underway for the family of a tragic World War Two airman whose body has been found near a crash site in the Netherlands.
Sergeant Roy Penry William, 21, was flying in Wellington Bomber R1397 on July 24, 1941, as part of a night mission to bomb the German port town of Emden.
But radio operator Sgt Williams and his five young crewmates, all aged between 21 and 30, were shot down by a Nazi fighter ace as they flew for home.
The six comrades all died in the crash near Bozum, in the Netherlands, and were initially believed to be buried nearby - with their final resting place officially listed as "unknown".
Pictured here is Sergeant Roy Penry William
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Sergeant Roy Penry Williams, 21, died with five other crewmates after their bomber was shot down over Bozum, Netherlands, in 1941 but the location of his remain was listed as 'unknown' until now.

Twitter pays tribute to 'the wonderfully delicious Jeremy Corbyn' with hilarious spoof account that Photoshops the MP's face on to hunky film stars' bodies

A Twitter account has been dedicated to the radical left-winger Jeremy Corbyn, 66, depicting the MP for Islington North in tight-fitting underwear and using the hashtag #SexyJezza.

The Single White Female APP: Shryne lets you archive every text, tweet, Facebook photo and email from your ex 

The app could be said to evoke the 1990s film Single White Female in which Alison 'Allie' Jones, played by Bridget Fonda (pictured in still from the movie) , becomes obsessed with her ex.

Bride-to-be's disgust at Thomas Cook after her mother dies but firm refuses to refund trip she'd booked for her Greek wedding

Karen and Alan Rothwell had paid £1,500 to see their daughter Catrina walk down the aisle in Kos, Greece, in September - but Karen tragically died last weekend.

Generation rent feels the squeeze as prices rise by up to 18% in four years

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New figures today showed that private sector rents are now rising at their fastest rate for more than two years, and since 2011 costs are up 18 per cent in London and more than 7 per cent across the UK.

Golf ball-sized heart pump that's as good as a transplant: Thousands of lives set to be transformed by implant 

The £80,000 device, smaller than previous artificial hearts and with controls and settings that allow it to adapt to the patient's lifestyle, sits on the tip of the heart and helps it to pump blood.

From Andy Murray's luxurious Scottish residence to Rio Ferdinand's Rosso restaurant: The British hotels and bars owned by the stars

From Andy Murray's luxurious Scottish residence to Rio Ferdinand's Rosso restaurant: The

Whether you're looking for a luxury five-star hotel in the Scottish countryside, owned by Dunblane native Andy Murray (top right), or a quick bite to eat at the aptly-named Cafe Football (top left), which is the brainchild of ex-Manchester United players Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville, there's a star-approved destination for all tastes. Here, MailOnline Travel selects our top star-studded picks for a delicious dinner, comfortable stay, and - if you're lucky - maybe even a celebrity spot. Pictured bottom left is Bono and The Edge's Clarence Hotel in Dublin and bottom right John Malkovich's Big Sleep hotel in Cardiff.

Hilarious moment TV reporter breaks into hip hop dance - but presenters in studio left embarrassed when they attempt it

Dressed in a smart suit, tie and white shirt, Walter Morris overheard the audio technician playing the track during an advert and showed off his dance moves.

Teenager who was bullied at school for her 'big chin' wins beauty pageant after having underbite surgery... and she hopes to inspire others with low self-esteem

Beauty queen Saffron Corcoran, 18, was teased because of her underbite at school. The London teenager had corrective surgery last year and entered a beauty pageant for the first time.

'I'll miss you so much buddy': Heartbreaking photographs see owners sharing their first and last precious moments with their beloved pets

Reddit users have been sharing their first and last images of their pets. Many of the original photos capture the owners as children who have since grown up with their four legged friend.

Palace of sin: Forget Christine Keeler... the stately home Cliveden where she met Profumo has seen far worse sex scandals across the centuries

Today, the grounds of Cliveden, on the Thames near Windsor, are owned by the National Trust and the house is run as a five-star hotel. But portraits of its former chatelaines still adorn its walls

How do you stay a model for 60 years? Scoff treacle pud and choccy biscuits! 

Daphne Selfe, fashion model

Daphne Selfe is an 87-year-old model. Daphne's hair is soft, cygnet-grey, her skin a labyrinth of criss-crossing lines and her neck speckled with tawny sun spots. And she is ravishing.

There's nun left! Sisterhood of nuns who have run a care home for 150 years are forced to leave because of a lack of young members joining up 

The Little Sisters of the Poor, a Roman Catholic institute for women, has looked after the vulnerable in Dundee since 1863, when four sisters and two novices travelled over from France.

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Is INLAND WALES the best surf spot on the planet? Longest man-made waves in the world created at new 985ft Snowdonia lagoon

Surf Snowdonia could be the best surf spot on the planet

A giant surf park on the edge of Snowdonia National Park in Wales has been made featuring waves that are up to six feet high. The incredible 985-foot-long Surf Snowdonia is to open on Saturday. The £12 million project will see barrelling waves crash back and forth across the lagoon, offering a 20 second ride. The waves are created once a minute by a plough-like weight that moves underwater along a central pier, using technology from Spanish company Wavegarden.

Picture purrfect: Cat born with chunk missing from his lip finds internet fame after two operations to fix his smile

Mr Norris was born with a cleft palate which made it almost impossible to eat and drink. But the cat, who lives in Fife, underwent two major surgeries and his journey to recovery has made him an online star.

Comet 67P contains 'seeds of life' and could take them to other planets data reveals as mission controllers say Philae lander may have fallen into a hole on its surface

Esa researchers have described organic compounds detected by Philae, including four never before seen on a comet. These compounds have been described as 'frozen primordial soup'.

Flat-nap furniture: Ikea forced to ban Chinese from wandering into air-conditioned Beijing stores to SLEEP on beds and sofas during summer heatwave

Beijing Ikea forced to ban Chinese from entering stores to SLEEP during heatwave

The Swedish furniture giant has been forced to impose the ban in Beijing after a number of customer complained that they couldn't sample the furniture because people were sleeping on it. It comes after pictures of people sleeping in the store went viral last year, leading the company to issue an official ban. Ikea has now had to re-iterate the policy, asking consumers not to abuse their rights.

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Photographs that make a splash! Incredible images capture the raw beauty of waves breaking off the coast of South Africa

Marck Botha's photographs capture the beauty of waves breaking off South Africa coast

The raw power of waves is indisputable and their majestic quality as they roll into shore undeniable. But only the full extent of their beauty can be discovered from inside their surging mass. South African photographer Marck Botha has a passion for just this and is making waves with his stunning form of water art. This series of images were taken between April and July off the coast of Durban in Natal Province, which is famed for its outstanding breaks and stunning seascapes. 

'Silver Fox' model who was homeless for SIX YEARS reveals how he would pose for Chanel and Vogue by day - and sleep under a tarp on a Manhattan roof by night 

Mark Reay, 56, worked with major designers and appeared in TV shows. But not making enough money to afford New York City's rent, he began sneaking onto a friend's roof to spend the night.

Makeup fanatic spends SIX HOURS transforming herself into a psychedelic zombie, pop-art clown and neon skeleton in mind-blowing Instagram photos

Makeup fanatic Corie Willet, 29, discovered a love of creepy body paint and transforms herself into pop-art creations. The hairdresser from Illinois, US, becomes unrecognisable.

Couple tie the knot after falling in love in their pyjamas while BOTH having liver transplants in hospital

Couple tie the knot after falling in love in their pyjamas while BOTH having liver

Wayne Boden, a 49-year-old lift engineer, met his wife Shelley, a 35-year-old nursery nurse, whilst they were awaiting treatment in their pyjamas. The couple, both from Belvedere, Kent, who got engaged after a year, (pictured inset) have just married (right) and are spending their honeymoon at the British Transplant Games in Newcastle (left).

   

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