Is this PROOF private parking firms ARE scamming motorists? Drivers say timings on photos have been doctored so legally parked cars can get issued with fines

Drivers say timings on photos have been doctored so legally parked cars get fined

At least four motorists say they have been stung with a fine after parking in private car parks, despite having left the site well within the allotted time. The drivers claim that, when they asked for photographic evidence, they were sent images that show their vehicle in the car park at a time it was not there. UK Parking Control, the private company embroiled in the row, is now being investigated over the claims. Action Fraud confirmed that a report into the firm's practices were being investigated by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau. The British Parking Association, a trade body, added that it had launched a probe has vowed to issue a 'scheme of sanctions' if the 'tampering' allegations are proved. One of the drivers affected was Neil Horton, who claims he was given a ticket after parking his car in a UKPC site for just 15 minutes - despite the car park providing 90 minutes for free. When he received photographic evidence over the fine, the pictures suggested he had left his vehicle at the site in Newcastle-under-Lyme for almost two hours. But Mr Horton is convinced the images were in fact taken at the same time - because they both feature the same car in the background with its boot open.

Hunt for ISIS fighter from Syria 'who is sleeping rough in Calais refugee camps and waiting to sneak into Britain to launch terror attack'

Syrian ISIS suspect is in Calais refugee camps hoping to sneak into the UK

French media said the man is being hunted by armed police in the northern port town and has been categorised as a 'category S' criminal - meaning he is considered a potential threat to the state. Thousands of refugees are currently living in camps in and around Calais, with some of them causing chaos in recent months by attempting to sneak into UK-bound cars and lorries, or otherwise risk their lives storming the Eurotunnel and walking along the tracks to southern England.

Pilot who crashed jet at Shoreham airshow killing 11 has returned home and is due to be interviewed by police over disaster 

Pilot Andy Hill, 51, was in a critical condition following the crash and was put into an induced coma but has now been discharged from hospital and allowed to return to his Hertfordshire home.


'This is what a tiny pill can do to you': Teenager who was left in a wheelchair with slurred speech after an ecstasy tablet put her in a coma releases video of how her life has changed

Ecstasy left a Glasgow teen wheelchair with slurred speech after a coma

Amy Thomson's life was altered beyond recognition after she collapsed at an 'ecstasy party' in June at a house in Glasgow. The 16-year-old (pictured right before the incident) was in a critical condition and spent weeks fighting for her life at Glasgow South hospital. Her family has now released a video which shows how far the schoolgirl has come since waking up for a coma - but also the devastating effect that the 'tiny pill' had on her brain and body. The footage, which her cousin described as an 'eye-opener', shows Amy sat in a garden in her wheelchair, before slurring the words: 'Thank you, thank you everyone.' She also lifts her hand and gives the camera a slow wave (pictured left). Despite the drug damaging the young girl's brain and body, Amy's family believe that, with the continued help of medics, she can continue to make progress.

Morrisons will shut 11 supermarkets putting 900 jobs at risk after slump in sales and profits 

File photo dated 01/04/11 of a Morissons as the troubled grocer said it will pull out of its loss-making convenience shops in order to concentrate on its supermarkets. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday September 9, 2015. It said it will sell 140 M local stores for around £25 million in cash to retail entrepreneur Mike Greene, who is backed by family investment group Greybull Capital. See PA story CITY Morrisons. Photo credit should read: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire

Morrisons' pre-tax profits for the half-year to August 2 fell 47 per cent to £126 million while like-for-like sales for the period dropped 2.7 per cent compared with the same period last year.

House prices hit a new record high after jumping another £5k in just one month - and are expected to grow 6% this year alone

Prices rose by an average of 2.7 per cent, the latest study by Halifax suggests, to a new record high of £204,674. Surveyors expect prices to continue rising.

More than 200,000 people a year are dying due to the stress and bad health caused by inequality - with the top-paid living eight years longer than the middle classes 

Sir Michael Marmot, a world-renowned professor from University College London said the middle class are losing out on eight years of healthy life due to failings in education and stress at work.

Great-grandmother, 89, was left in agony after care home staff 'waited 20 hours to call doctors' when a fall left her with injuries so bad her relatives didn't recognise her 

Sarah Kinney said her grandmother Gladys Millard (pictured) was so badly injured in bed fall that it was impossible to identify her sitting weeping in St Stephen's Nursing Home, Lancashire.

Was it sabotage? British amateur jockey at Italian racecourse is seriously hurt after her horse falls into a pothole that had been deliberately dug

DHBA3B Hippodrome of San Siro, Milan, Lombardy, Italy

Paula Angel Terase, 52, originally from Kent, suffered serious head injuries after the incident when galloping her horse around the San Siro course in Milan (pictured).

Tanning addict who 'grilled herself like a sausage' in the sun has 2cm chunk of skin removed after doctors discover deadly mole

Ashley Alexander, 27, from Cumnock, Ayrshire, says having skin cancer has rid her of her 'cocky attitude' to sunbathing and she now wants to warn others of the dangers of overexposure to the sun.

Tragedy of the young bride who dreamed of spending 'many happy years' with her new husband... but died from a rare type of cancer just six weeks after her big day

Courtney Webb, from Erith, in Kent, married her childhood sweetheart in white wedding paid for by strangers. She said she hoped they would spend years together but died six weeks later.

The woman who had a 'breast' on her BACK: 46-year-old has huge tumour removed that had been growing for more than 10 years

The unidentified woman, from Dublin, Ireland, was found to have a 19cm lipoma, a benign tumour made up of fat cells, according to doctors writing in the journal BMJ case reports.

Is Banksy working as a parking attendant at his own theme park? Man bearing striking resemblance to the secretive street artist is spotted at Dismaland 

Dismaland Parking attendant bears a striking resemblance to Banksy

EXCLUSIVE: MailOnline can reveal the star's fans are speculating whether he may have surfaced in daylight - posing as a parking warden (left) at his Dismalandpark in Weston-Super-Mare. A staff member who claims to have met the guerrilla graffiti artist admitted the likeness between the two men is striking and said: 'This is exactly the sort of thing Banksy would do'. Insiders in the art world have claimed there is compelling evidence suggesting that the artist is former public schoolboy Robin Gunningham, from Bristol, who is believed to be 41. The only concrete clue to his identity until now has been a photograph taken in Jamaica around 11 years ago of a man with a bag of spray cans and a stencil by his feet (right). Although the Dismaland parking warden clearly looks older than a man in his early forties, he shares many of the same facial features as Mr Gunningham and also has an earring in his left ear.

Court battle between billionaire Victoria's Secret tycoon and auction house over £11million vintage Ferrari could rack up £8MILLION in lawyers' bills

Businessman Leslie Wexner (pictured) is suing London auctioneer Bonhams over the Ferrari 375-Plus bought in 2014, which he argues was sold to him while in the midst of an ownership row.

Beauty salon boss ordered to pay £3,300 for putting out her rubbish in the wrong bin bags

Susan Le Poidevin's 71-year-old mother mistakenly put two black bin bags outside the Tan & Beauty salon in Selly Oak, Birmingham, when she was helping out on December 2 last year.

Bus driver who drove into a bridge injuring 17 people - two seriously - 'had got lost on her first full day on the job'

The roof of a double decker bus was ripped clean off after it crashed into a railway bridge - seriously injuring passengers in Rochdale, Greater Manchester.

Give healthy gay men 'game-changing' HIV drugs to PREVENT infection, experts demand

The British PROUD study, led by University College London, advises pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) drugs should be made available on the NHS, as they reduce infection by as much as 86 per cent.

An apple a day keeps ageing at bay because chemical in the peel prevents muscle wasting, new research finds 

Chemicals found in the peel of apples and green tomatoes can turn elderly people's muscles into those of a young adult after just two months of treatment, said scientists from the University of Iowa.

At the end of the day, it's a game of two halves: Survey reveals the top punditry cliches that make us cringe while watching football 

Now the Premiership is well underway a study asked viewers about the most over-used and annoying phrases used by football pundits and commentators like Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer.

'It's safe to say I'm finished flying': Hero BA pilot who saved 157 passengers when jet burst into flames reveals he heard loud explosion and fought to keep plane under control after it suddenly 'veered to the left' 

British Airways pilot Chris Henkey heard explosion as his plane caught fire in Las Vegas

The 63-year-old (pictured with long-term partner Lenka Nevolna, left) was due to retire next week, and was supposed to be making one final return flight to Barbados, leaving on Saturday and returning on Tuesday. However, he has now said he won't fly again after Tuesday's incident, when the Boeing 777 he was captaining caught fire as he accelerated down the runway in Vegas (pictured right).

Terror arrests jump to record 299 in a year as police combat growing threat of Islamic State - and the number of women suspects has TREBLED in just five years

It is the highest number since officials began collecting data in September 2001 and higher than the previous peak of 284, which was recorded in 2005, the year of the July 7 bombings.

Netanyahu urges British action to help 'role back the tide of militant Islam' threatening to destroy the Middle East

epa04923323 British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) at 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, 10 September 2015. The two leaders were to discuss 'diplomatic, strategic and bilateral issues, as well as joint challenges in the fields of security, economics and cyber [security],' according to Netanyahu's office. Meanwhile, pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel activists on 09 September held rival protests in London, where Netanyahu had arrived for talks with Cameron.  EPA/ANDY RAIN / POOL

Western powers need to act to prevent the Middle East 'disintegrating' under the threat of fanatical terrorists, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned David Cameron this morning.

MPs launch investigation to answer 'serious questions' over the running of Kids Company after the failed charity received a £3million taxpayer-funded grant from ministers 

The Commons committee said there were 'serious' questions to be answered about the running of the charity and the Government's relationship with it.

Next warns National Living Wage cost will be passed onto shoppers - but price rises would be just 1% over four years

Flagship Next store, Oxford Street, London.

Fashion retailer Next has become the latest company to say it could make its customers foot the bill for higher wages - but it said the wage was only likely to add a small amount at the tills.

Tough immigration rules are stopping the NHS hiring foreign nurses: Failure to recruit 1,000 in the next 6 months 'will compromise patient safety'

NHS Employers have written to Home Secretary Theresa May urging her to relax immigration rules for nurses. They warn without 1,000 foreign nurses in six months patient safety could be compromised.

Osborne's national living wage boost will offset just £26 for every £100 lost in reduced benefits and tax credits

(Left to right) Home Secretary Theresa May, Chancellor George Osborne and International Development Secretary Justine Greening listen to Prime Minister David Cameron's statement on the Government's plans to re-settle thousands of refugees fleeing the bloody Syrian civil war in the House of Commons, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday September 7, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Migrants. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire

The new higher minimum wage of £7.20 an hour will help families recoup just a quarter of the income they will lose from the tax and benefit cuts announced by George Osborne in July, a report has warned.

Tory peer calls for brothers and sisters to be able to get a civil partnership (to avoid inheritance tax)

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The bizarre call for 'sibling partnerships' was made by the Conservative peer Lord Lexden in the House of Lords today. He said the change would address the 'injustice' in inheritance tax laws.

Syrian tyrant Bashar al-Assad may be allowed to cling to power in 'transitional government,' admits Philip Hammond 

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Bashar al-Assad could be allowed to stay, just two years after David Cameron said it would be 'unthinkable' see him cling to power.

'His career won't suffer, but I've been told I'm ruined': High-flying barrister who tried to shame solicitor, 57, for praising her looks on LinkedIn reveals bitter attacks by trolls 

Charlotte Proudman at centre of LinkedIn sexism row speaks out

High-flying barrister Charlotte Proudman, 27, (pictured) said she had also received threats after circulating the 'offensive' message she was sent by father-of-two Alex Carter-Silk, 57, (inset) online. But she said she 'very much doubted' the incident would affect the career of Mr Carter-Silk, the solicitor who complimented her 'stunning' photograph on professional networking site LinkedIn. The 57-year-old, whose eldest daughter is the same age as Miss Proudman, said she should 'win a prize' for her picture which he called the 'best I have ever seen' on the site. Yesterday Miss Proudman said she felt compelled to 'out' Mr Carter-Silk, who has represented supermodel Elle Macpherson, because he is a senior figure in the legal profession and 'had a duty' to uphold laws against sexual discrimination. A partner in one of the UK's largest criminal law firms suggested Miss Proudman would be 'blacklisted' by solicitors. Franklin Sinclair, of Tuckers Solicitors, wrote on Twitter: 'What an awful thing to do, what kind of world do we live in when a man can't give a lady a compliment.getalife. Nomorebriefs4u. (sic)' When she responded saying she would not want to work for 'sexist solicitors', he replied: 'I should think you've blacklisted yourself from more than just sexist ones!'

Now your rubbish could be collected just 12 times a YEAR! Councils thinking of starting monthly bin rounds to save money 

Several councils across Britain are considering only collecting the bins once a month in a dramatic effort to slash costs leading to fears of a massive explosion in illegal dumping.

Police volunteers will get power to give on-the-spot fines and arrest people for 30 minutes under new shake-up

Under plans published for consultation, there will be a dramatic expansion of the role available to 7,000 civilians, who would be known as Police Community Support Volunteers.

HALF of the calls to taxman's helpline don't get answered: HMRC boss admits pick-up rate is well below target

Chief executive Lin Homer, pictured, revealed yesterday that as many as one in two callers were left waiting during busy periods as call handlers struggled to work a new phone system.

Can you CATCH Alzheimer's? Disease could be spread via blood transfusions during surgery in the same way as CJD, say scientists

Professor John Collinge, from University College London, warns people given hormone injections before 1985 could be at risk, with experiments suggesting the injections contained the key Alzheimer's protein.

'Mindfulness' meditation fad popular with celebrities including Emma Watson can make you dream up false memories 

Scientists have discovered one potential drawback of the mindfulness meditation fad - it can lead you to 'remember' things that haven't happened.

Bias against older women at the BBC 'is worsening': Figures show number of female staff over 60 has dropped in last five years

Nearly five years after Miriam O'Reilly, 54, pictured, won her landmark case against the Corporation, it appears to have become even more biased against older women.

Mother who kept her phone in her bra every day for 10 YEARS is convinced it caused her terminal breast cancer

Wendy Holt, 51, from Berkshire, believes radiation from her phone was to blame for her breast cancer diagnosis in 2012, as she had no family history of the disease.

Waitress who told social workers she did not want to look after her newborn son then changed her mind when he was taken to her Slovak homeland for adoption wins custody 

Bibiana Stranska, 24, had a change of heart after telling British social workers she did not want to look after the baby and he was immediately taken into care in Sefton, Merseyside.

Weatherman who didn't get tongue-tied when the warmest place in Wales was Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyr ndrobwllantysiliogogogoch

RAF Mona in Anglesey, which is just down the road from the village, became the warmest place in Wales yesterday, meaning Liam Dutton had to pronounced the 58-letter place name on air.

Actor who played a murderer on Crimewatch ends up being DNA tested as a suspect after viewers said he looked like the killer when BBC replayed it 21 years later 

Crimewatch actor becomes murder suspect after reconstruction was aired

In 1994 Steve Watson, pictured left 21 years ago and inset now, put himself forward when he saw a BBC advert looking for someone to play the man wanted for the murder of mother-of-two Julie Pacey. Nursery school worker Julie was strangled and sexually assaulted and found dead in the bathroom of her home in Grantham, Lincolnshire, by her horrified 14-year-old daughter. A Crimewatch reconstruction shortly after her death featured a distinctive tall man in a blue boiler suit who police wanted to trace. The murderer was played by Mr Watson, then aged 31, who lived just 15 miles away from the murder scene and bore a resemblance to the police sketch of the wanted man, right.

Mothers make the important financial decisions in most families... and choose where to go on holiday, research finds

For an overwhelming 84 per cent say they typically influence important financial decisions made for family, while just 49 per cent of dads have a role.

Business bosses warn introducing national minimum wage increase of 70p-an-hour will threaten thousands of jobs around the UK

George Osborne's (pictured) announcement of a 70p-an-hour pay rise for low-paid staff in April was a worry for companies who fear they will have to scale back on recruitment to afford wages.

Boots eye doctor is first in Britain to be charged with negligent manslaughter after death of boy, eight, following routine high street check-up four months earlier

Honey Rose, pictured 34, was charged with the offence after eight-year-old Vincent Barker suffered a fatal build-up of fluid on the brain and died four months after the examination in Boots in Ipswich.

Reality shows such as Educating Cardiff are deterring would-be teachers from joining the profession, says chief Ofsted inspector 

Ofsted's Sir Michael Wilshaw (pictured) warned documentaries like Channel 4's Educating Cardiff and Educating Yorkshire were adding to the teacher recruitment crisis.

Just TWO-MINUTE bursts of exercise can make help fight heart disease, study finds 

Scientists from Newcastle University said that while longer spells of moderate exercise were good, there were 'strong benefits' in repeated short bouts of intense activity such as star jumps.

You may now kiss the bride (who's young enough to be your granddaughter): Russian actor, 84, ties the knot with his 24-year-old fiancée - and now they plan on starting a family

Russian actor Ivan Krasko, 84, plans to start family with new wife, 24

Legendary Russian actor Ivan Krasko (pictured left) married his 24-year-old fiancee Natalia Shevel (right), a former student of his, in a ceremony attended only by close friends and family yesterday in St Petersburg. Despite criticism from many the pair described their relationship in an interview with Russian media as a 'match made in heaven'.

Brain haemorrhage and breast cancer were the best things that ever happened to us, say couple who fought two terrible illnesses together 

Sarah and Mark Pritchard, pictured, from Pontypool, Monmouthshire, had been dating for just six months when Mark suffered a brain haemorrhage that left him in a coma for three days.

Schoolgirl is left in tears after the Princess Modelling toy she was given for her 11th birthday looked like a DEATH mask 

Kaycee Kelly (pictured, with mother Charise), from Birmingham,was in tears when she unwrapped the Style My Supermodel hair toy on her 11th birthday last week only to find an expressionless head.

Couple accused of dodging laws on monster 20ft Leylandii by removing sections of hedge so it's technically a row of trees

Neighbours Denis and Maureen Parry, from Fife, claim their neighbours have attempted to trim the bushes in order to turn their hedge into a row of trees which is not covered by the legislation.

Schoolboy, 15, sent home from school for spiky Jedward-style haircut - despite having been allowed to stay with the exact same 'do' last year

Marc Thomson, 15, was suspended by the Bishop of Winchester Academy in Bournemouth, Dorset, for his spiky hair do which teachers said contravened strict school policy.

The Duchess of Cornwall is forced to cancel official engagement in Portsmouth after suddenly becoming ill overnight

The Duchess was forced to pull out of the event, a military review to mark the end of Operation Gritlock, after developing gastroenteritis overnight. Camilla, 68, was told not to attend by doctors.

Star Wars stuntwoman fights for life after freak crash while filming high-speed motorbike chase in South Africa

Olivia Jackson, from Amersham, Bucks, has been in an induced coma since Saturday after suffering serious head injuries and a punctured lung in Johannesburg, South Africa.

It's an iWhat? Apple fans show their bewilderment at the new huge iPad and £65 pencil in hilarious memes

Apple iPad Pro and Pencil sees fans create hilarious memes

Apple has unveiled a string of new products - including new iPhones, a 'monster' iPad, a $100 pencil and an upgraded version of their TV box. And after CEO Tim Cook presented the devices at a special event in San Francisco, fans immediately expressed their opinions online. Many did it through memes, and most reacted to the new, gigantic iPad Pro - which has a 12.9inch screen. It has four speakers, and is 6.9mm thin, and has a case with keyboard built in, similar to Microsoft's Surface tablet.

Gone in 40 seconds! Incredible video captures the terrifying moment a cliff face collapses and disappears in a huge cloud of dust

Fisherman Sam Haskins, 24, filmed the remarkable footage from a coastal footpath just metres away from the crumbling rock face near Westcliff, on Portland, Dorset.

Sorry, your town's just too rude: Women's Institute orders stallholder to cover up place names including Wetwang, Bell End and Minge Lane to spare its ladies' blushes

Towns and villages such as Cocking, Twatt, and Slack Bottom, all real places, were deemed too rude for visitors to the WI's Centennial event in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, to see.

Buy your own village: Heiress's daughters put £10million Scottish estate on the market - complete with SIXTEEN houses and plenty of stag

The Kinnaird Estate, near Dunkeld, in Perthshire, has been put on the market by the daughters of an American Heiress. It offers acres of unspoiled landscape and 16 properties.

Dramatic moment a poacher's 10ft spear that was rammed inside an elephant is pulled from the wounded animal by a vet

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Spear inside the elephant)  - This is the incredible story of an elephant thats made an amazing recovery and living healthily in a herd just months after a brutal attack from poachers. The heart-wrenching footage, filmed in the Maasai Mara reserve in October 2014, shows the incredible efforts of the veterinary team to retrieve the spear from the wounded animal. At the time vets judged that the elephant would struggle to live but, incredibly, it was standing again within three months and now lives a happy life as part of a larger herd in Kenyas Maasai reserve. Anton Gammelgaard, the 57-year-old Dane who filmed the video, said: It was a very shocking experience to see them drag the spear 1.5 metres out of the elephants body of the elephant. SEE CATERS COPY.

A team filming a wildlife documentary on the Maasai Mara in Kenya had found evidence of a poacher attack and spent three days trying to track down the wounded elephant.

Who said cats can't swim! 'Lifeguard' tiger cub rescues his brother by giving him a piggy back to drag him to safety from deep lake

The big cat had tried to cool off in a lake at the John Varty Tiger Conservation Project in South Africa when he began to flounder in the water and had to be rescued by his brother.

Is this the moment RAF killed two British jihadis in Syria drone strike? Anti-ISIS activists post photos 'showing exact moment pair were hit by Hellfire missile while travelling in car'

Anti-ISIS activists in Syria post photos showing moment RAF killed two British jihadis

EXCLUSIVE: Activists in Raqqa told MailOnline that photographs shared on their official Twitter account (main) captured the moment immediately after Reyaad Khan (inset left) and Ruhul Amin (inset right) were dramatically killed. Two images were shared by Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently's within hours of the strikes taking place. They both show thick black smoke rising over what appears to be a garden in central Raqqa as other vehicles continue using the roads around the bomb site. At the time it was not known that Khan and Amin had been killed in the strike, but it is understood there were no other targeted attacks on ISIS vehicles in Raqqa that day.

Free pass to Sweden: Denmark says it won't stop migrants travelling through the country after U-turn on closed borders

The announcement comes after police were forced to close road and rail links with Germany to prevent thousands of refugees from trying to reach their preferred destination of Sweden.

And still the boats keep coming: Authorities on Greek Lesbos struggling to cope with the 4,000 migrants arriving EVERY DAY 

It may have been compared to a warzone by its residents, but that has not deterred boat loads of migrants from making the perilous crossing from Turkey to the Greek island of Lesbos.

Football legend Eric Cantona reveals plans to invite desperate refugees to live at his home, as he blames Western governments for global migrant crisis

The 49-year-old former Manchester United star, who is now an actor, said he has been disgusted by a rise in xenophobia stirred up by right wing politicians in his home country and abroad.

'IKEA can't keep up with the demand': German shops runs out of beds for refugees as officials scramble to find shelter after 37,000 arrive in one week

Refugees sleep amongst donations at the train station in Flensburg, northern Germany on September 10, 2015. Train transport has resumed after Danish train operator DSB cancelled all rail services to and from Germany as hundreds of migrants refused to disembark from trains arriving from Denmark's southern neighbour, demanding to be let continue onto Sweden instead.  AFP PHOTO / DPA / CHRISTIAN CHARISIUS +++ GERMANY OUT +++CHRISTIAN CHARISIUS/AFP/Getty Images

In Munich, where many refugees pass through on their way to their final destination, IKEA has run out of beds as the local government has bought up the entire stock to house the new arrivals.

Thousands evacuated and hundreds of homes destroyed after a tropical storm causes a river to burst its banks in Japan, flushing radiation water from Fukushima into the sea

An aerial view shows residential areas flooded by the Kinugawa river (top), caused by typhoon Etau in Joso, Ibaraki prefecture, Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo September 10, 2015. Japan's weather agency extended its emergency warnings from the Tochigi Prefecture to Ibaraki, after severe rainfall caused floods and landslides on Thursday in eastern Japan, according to local media.  Mandatory credit REUTERS/KyodoATTENTION EDITORS - FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN.

Dramatic footage shows a tsunami-like wall of muddy water gushing from the swollen Kinugawa river in Joso, about 30 miles northeast of Japan's capital, which is home to around 65,000 people.

Sex and masturbation are hampering efforts to wipe out Ebola as survivors can still pass on the virus six months after being cured 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) had hoped for an end to the deadly outbreak by the end of the year but isolated flare-ups continue in areas beleaguered by the disease.



SARAH VINE: If a man can't compliment a woman, the human race is in deep trouble 

When Alexander Carter-Silk took the liberty of expressing admiration for Charlotte Proudman's LinkedIn picture most normal woman would have thought 'What a nice man', writes SARAH VINE.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Juncker's EU vision is another own goal 

Campaigners for Britain's exit from the EU will be quietly pleased after yesterday's vainglorious 'State of the Union' address, in which Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker outlined his vision of Europe's future.