EXCLUSIVE: Guantanamo Briton Shaker Aamer relives his 14-year nightmare of savage abuse - including agony of being 'hog-tied' for 45 minutes at a time - and the joy of finally seeing his family again

Guantanamo Briton Shaker Aamer relives his 14-year nightmare of savage abuse

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Shaker Aamer, the Briton held at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, pictured, recalled his 5,007 days in prison without even being charged. In the almost 14 years Aamer spent at Guantanamo, he was a victim of the Forcible Cell Extraction team many hundreds of times - he says that in one year, 2012, he was 'FCE'd' 370 times, more than once a day. The last time was just two months before his release, because he refused to give four vials of blood, demanded on the spurious grounds that the authorities were checking inmates for tuberculosis.

'Jihadis must get the hell out of Britain': Shaker Aamer says what many UK Muslims dare not in his first interview since release

UK Muslim Shaker Aamer says 'Jihadis must get the hell out of Britain'

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Shaker Aamer, the Briton held at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, pictured, finally arrived back home in London on October 30. He said last night that Muslims who support terror attacks have no right to live in this country. He also expressed revulsion at the murder of hostages by Islamic State, saying the extremist group's treatment of prisoners had abused basic principles of Islamic law.

Joy I dreamed of for 14 years: Guantanamo Brit Shaker Aamer reveals the moment he was reunited with his family

Shaker Aamer, the Briton held at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, pictured, recalled the moment he went from hell to an ecstatic reunion with his family.


Kate hits the High Street for a spot of Christmas shopping: Duchess of Cambridge is seen at favourite department store Peter Jones (but did she get some gifts for George and Charlotte?)

Kate Middleton does some Christmas shopping at Peter Jones department store

Even a royal has to pop out for some last minute Christmas shopping from time to time. And wrapped up warm in her favourite coat, paired with stylish black boots, the Duchess of Cambridge looked ready to do battle with the festive hordes on Friday. Kate, 33, was spotted in upmarket Chelsea, where she spent an hour in department store Peter Jones, a branch of John Lewis.

It must trot in the family! Prince George follows in his father's footsteps to learn to ride aged aged just TWO

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: She recently vowed never to let Prince George on a motorbike, but it seems the Duchess of Cambridge is more relaxed about her son riding ponies.

Was Kate's hair cut by Royal command? Queen may have had some influence on new shorter 'do

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: I hear that Her Majesty's views on hairstyles may be why Kate has been adopting a more 'sensible' look recently.

One in five of the UK's biggest charities are 'spending less than half of public donations on good causes' (and some spend as little as ONE PER CENT on charitable work)

Some of Britain's biggest charities have been branded an 'utter disgrace' after a new report claimed one in five of them is spending less than half of its public donations on good causes.

Call yourselves my guard dogs: Simon Cowell sends beloved Freddie, Squiddly and Diddly to the doghouse after raid and calls in some REAL canine security 

The three Yorkshire terriers usually yap at the first sign of trouble, but they stayed quiet during the raid as they were tucked up in Cowell's bed. He also fired his guard after the December 4 raid.

'My lawyers will be in touch': Lady C threatens yet MORE legal action after ugly Twitter spat with Duncan Bannatyne's girlfriend Nigora Whitehorn

She is hardly one to avoid confrontation. So, when Nigora Whitehorn started a Twitter spat with Lady Colin Campbell, the 66 year-old hit back in what became an ugly - and very public - war of words.

Boyfriend of former Strictly Come Dancing finalist Chelsee Healey 'sentenced to a year in prison for driving offences'

Former Strictly Come Dancing finalist Chelsee Healey has suffered fresh heartbreak when her boyfriend Jack Molley was sentenced to a year in prison, this month.

'I've been irresponsible and naive in the past - I've been a child all my life. But it's time I grew up': Tara Palmer-Tomkinson on being an It-girl and high family expectations

She was the It-girl who seemed to have it all, but Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's party lifestyle brought her nothing but heartache. She talks about the new project that's helping her to like herself again.

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Can billionaire John Caudwell's bombshell theory be right? Phone tycoon reveals ELEVEN of his family now have crippling Lyme disease and he believes it's passed on by other people NOT ticks 

John Caudwell reveals ELEVEN of his family now have Lyme disease

EXCLUSIVE: Billionaire John Caudell (pictured with his diagnosed son Rufus) says Lyme disease is 'one of the most dangerous illnesses to mankind', after it struck down 11 members of his family. These include his ex-wife Kate McFarlane (top right) and his two daughters Rebekah (bottom right) and Libby (bottom centre, with her boyfriend Simon Morgan who has also tested positive). Despite Public Health England's insistence that the disease can only be caught from a bite by an infected tick, Mr Caudwell claims that it can also be transmitted to a baby during pregnancy, or by an adult by sexual contact, and can lie dormant inside a body for years before attacking.

Paris attack mastermind 'had photos of BRITISH targets on his phone': Chilling pictures of Birmingham found on smartphone

Investigators have discovered that Abdelhamid Abaaoud had pictures of places in Birmingham stored on his smartphone, raising the chilling possibility that his cell was planning atrocities in Britain

Britain's ports will become soft target for terrorists if ministers carry out plan to relocate intelligence officers away from coast, warns police chief

After a nationwide review, Special Branch officers will next year be switched from harbours and marinas to London, Birmingham and Manchester (fie photo of commandos during training exercise)

Tears of joy as historic deal passed: Politicians hail deal to halt climate change after the world FINALLY agrees to work together to cut emissions

The Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global temperature rises, was passed with no objections by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius this evening - ending four years of negotiations.

Is 50 the new 30? You bet! From the confident CEO to the energetic novelist, seven inspiring women tell us why this is their best decade yet

Doing the splits, clubbing, modelling, beating cancer twice, retraining, reaching the top, looking after your health... these women show how your fifth decade can be the most rewarding.

Vicar and Star Wars-mad children make hilarious spoof of the Church of England Lord's Prayer advert... only for Sony to ban it for 'copyright infringement'

East London vicar Cris Rogers landed in hot water with Sony after making a Star Wars-themed parody version of the Church of England Lord's Prayer film banned in UK cinemas.

Welby: It's right to ask if UK has any more room... but I pray we can help refugees in need

As the first refugees from Syria began to arrive in this country, he said that there were 'still doubts and fears' about the impact they would have, though he was praying that people would be generous

Did 'husband killer' wife leave mystery accomplice message from the grave to dump his remains? Woman who 'hid body for 18 years left written instructions for it to be moved to the garden after her death'

Leigh Ann Sabine who 'hid husband John's body left message from the grave'

Leigh Ann Sabine (right), from Beddau near Pontypridd in Wales, had left written instructions for a mystery accomplice to dump her husband John Sabine's (left) remains after her death, it has been claimed. According to John's eldest son, forensic tests have established that his father's remains were kept indoors for years after he went missing in 1997. But around the time suspect Leigh Ann died of cancer six weeks ago, they were moved outside to the garden. Inset: The Sabines' children - (from left to right) Jane, Steve, Susan, Martin, and Lee-Ann Sabine - in an old family snap.

'She was a conniving b****, if anyone was going to do it, it was her': Son of 'murderer' who hid her husband's body for 18 years reveals how she abandoned her children in New Zealand before fleeing to the UK 

Leigh Ann Sabine is believed to have killed her husband John, wrapped his body in plastic and kept it in the garden in Beddau, near Pontypridd, South Wales, for the past 18 years.

Michael Winner's widow launches Crimewatch plea to catch woman who subjected her to a terrifying raid at her £3.8m London flat 

Geraldine Winner revealed her horrific ordeal when a burglar attacked her London home. The 77-year-old was beaten, tied up and blindfolded by the female intruder.

We have to make women's rugby safe, says partner of tragic player killed in training session 

Lily Partridge, 22, suffered a fatal head injury during a training session at a rugby ground on Dartmoor. Her partner Anne-Marie McIntyre called on the Rugby Football Union to invest in improving safety.

Equality watchdog launches stinging attack on cinema bosses in a last-ditch bid to overturn ban on showing Lord's Prayer advert before the new Star Wars blockbuster

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has urged Digital Cinema Media to overturn its decision not to show a Church of England film ahead of the new Star Wars film in UK cinemas.

Cookbook sales reveal 'tis the season to be slim as Christmas stocking fillers are packed with recipes that are light on the waistline   

TV chef Jamie Oliver has soared to the top of Amazon's cookbooks bestsellers list with his healthy eating bible Everyday Super Food, knocking off last year's winner Mary Berry.

The ultimate gift guide for gadget lovers: A hairbrush for glossy locks, a 3D printer and a futuristic hoverboard - the must-have technology this Christmas

For all the gadget lovers in your life (or those who like a techy treat), FEMAIL has found the perfect gift to suit all budgets from £19 to £399. From an ionic hairbrush to a hoverboard to hit the streets on.

The tiny gas-guzzling strip that can keep fruit fresh for up to four days' longer (and cuts the food mountain) 

The innovation, which has been developed by a British company, is a 'filter' that slows the ripening process of a wide range of produce, allowing them to stay fresh for longer.

And now for the big clean up: Mountains of ruined furniture, carpets, and children's toys fill the streets as the task of clearing up the destruction left by Storm Desmond begins 

Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, Duke of Lancaster's Regiment were spotted today clearing up flood-damaged items from properties on Warwick Road in Carlisle, Cumbria.

Girl scout, 14, dies after 'falling 40ft from a coastguard helicopter that was rescuing her and a friend from towering 15ft waves' 

Aoife Winterlich, 14, was on a venture scout trip when she was thrown into the Irish Sea at Hook Head on Sunday afternoon. Friends paid tribute after she died in hospital yesterday.

Huge blow for British death row grandmother as her lawyer is arrested for 'trying to bribe a judge'

Grandmother Lindsay Sandiford's last legal bid to avoid the firing squad has suffered a huge setback. Indonesian lawyer Chris Harno is accused of offering a bribe on behalf of a different client.

Lord Feldman under fire as bereaved parents of bullied activist boycott Tatler Tory probe

The move by Ray and Alison Johnson, whose son Elliott committed suicide in September, is a major blow to Tory chairman Lord Feldman's hopes of avoiding the sack over the matter.

At last! RSPCA chiefs drop legal vendetta against fox hunting and will now hand over evidence to the police

The RSPCA will stop carrying out private prosecutions against UK fox hunts and instead hand over evidence to the police, Crown Prosecution Service or trading standards officers.

And now for the snow: Flood-hit towns across northern England turn white as Met Office warns of more misery to come over Christmas and into the New Year 

UK Weather warning as Met Office predicts more misery over Christmas and New Year

The snow hit Cumbria in the north west and moved east today, causing widespread traffic delays, with the Met Office warning motorists to take care as rain and sleet turns to ice on the roads when temperatures plunge this evening. Snow ploughs were out in County Durham and there were long delays for motorists at Bernard Castle (pictured) following a crash on the A67. The Met Office issued severe weather warnings which run through until Monday morning after seeing the rainfall and snow moving towards the north west (pictured). The front will move south tonight, bringing only rain, but may turn to snow again tomorrow as it returns north via Cumbria, dumping up to three inches on high ground in Scotland.

Senior doctors 'repeatedly lied' about performing a key test that could have saved the life of an eight-week-old baby 

Benjamin Condon's (pictured) parents thought he died of a cold like virus in April but were later told that he also had a virulent bacterial infection and antibiotics could have saved him.

'First aiders' for the mind helping to beat a mental health crisis

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) teaches people how to act in an emergency situation, such as calming someone who may be experiencing a panic attack.

Ministers not told of 'very high' levels of cyanide gas in house where tragic boy, 7, died during 2014 floods

Hydrogen cyanide levels 500 times above a fatal dose were recorded in the Surrey bedroom of seven-year-old Zane Gbangbola after he died of poisoning during floods in 2014.

Pill gives fresh hope to cystic fibrosis victims...and tackles the cause of the genetic disease rather than just relieving its symptoms 

Orkambi was licensed for UK use last month, and watchdog the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is now considering the case for it to be made available on the NHS.

Women with breast cancer are told: You DON'T need a mastectomy

One of Britain's top breast cancer surgeons has spoken out against 'medieval' mastectomies after a new study showed women who have the operation are less likely to survive the disease.

Your prize for solving the GCHQ Christmas puzzle? Even MORE fiendishly difficult posers that the chief of the spy agency thinks NO-ONE will be able to solve

GCHQ release fiendishly difficult Christmas posers they don't expect you to solve

Just when you thought you were clever for solving a ridiculously difficult quiz, several more have arrived to wipe the smile off your face. A crossword-style puzzle released by the UK governments communications headquarters (GCHQ) had people across the country and the world scratching their heads, even though it is only stage one of the intelligence agency's festive brainteasers. Those who solved it found out the solved grid was actually a QR code that grants access to fiendishly hard challenges (pictured), including some that don't even come with instructions.

Slain former Rangers footballer Arnold Peralta's wife weeps uncontrollably as the father-of-one star is laid to rest just two days after he was gunned down in his native Honduras 

A Rangers scarf lay over his coffin, as the Glasgow club also paid tribute to Peralta at Ibrox this afternoon. He was subsequently buried at Jardines de Paz Ceibenos Cemetery.

Hundreds of anti-war rabble-rousers blast 'insane' and 'evil' David Cameron for launching air strikes in Syria as they march through London

Hundreds of people took to the streets of London to rally against the decision to bomb Syria, with Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour MPs who supported the action blasted by activists.

How one-in-seven paedophile suspects have jobs that could involve CHILDREN in posts such as teaching, health and the law

Nearly 700 suspected paedophiles in Britain - including former senior council officer Colin Bulger (pictured) - have been arrested over child abuse images in the past nine months, figures reveal.

Mother-of-two pays for her entire £1,200 Tesco shop with COUPONS after collecting 300-a-day and donates everything to charity

Holly Smith, 30, from Gorleston near Great Yarmouth, did the sweep in Tesco and gave the whole lot to charity. The 429 item haul included 200 packets of sausages, 63 soup and toys.

Streaming services switch young music fans back on to the joys of vinyl as sales soar by 50 per cent in a year

Streaming services are encouraging young music fans to go out and buy vinyl LPs, as they discover the joy of owning a physical copy of their favourite artist.

'He's not a real eurosceptic': David Cameron is mocked by Poland over 'half-hearted' threat to leave EU if he fails to secure ban on benefits for migrant workers

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a joint news conference with his Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo in Warsaw, Poland December 10, 2015.       REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

EU leaders do not believe David Cameron will follow through with a threat to campaign for Britain to leave if he fails to get a four year ban on benefits for migrant workers, it was claimed last night.

'Twitter trolls would have stopped us taking on the Nazis': Labour's Chris Bryant says MPs should ignore web abuse over ISIS air strikes in Syria

Chris Bryant: 

Labour politicians on campaign trail ahead of Wythenshawe and Sale East by-election, Manchester, Britain - 06 Feb 2014

Rachel Reeves, MP for Leeds West and Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, and Chris Bryant, MP for Rhondda and Shadow Minister for Welfare Reform, joined Labour candidate Mike Kane on the campaign trail ahead of the Wythenshawe and Sale East by-election, following the death of MP Paul Goggins. They visit the home of Tony Gunning (51) who suffers from hereditary adult polycystic kidney disease and is on dialysis, who says he is adversely affected by the bedroom tax.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by London News Pictures/REX (3552361j)

Chris Bryant, the shadow Leader of the Commons spoke out about the rise of 'political extremism' after online trolls attacked him for defying Jeremy Corbyn in messages such as: 'I hope you die screaming'.

Warning over 'sociopathic and dangerous' Tatler Tory: Party chiefs received memo a month before activist's death claiming Mark Clarke's 'bullying tactic were well known'

Conservative Party officials received a memo branding the Tatler Tory 'sociopathic' and 'dangerous' a month before the suicide of an activist who said he had been bullied by him.

Proud Kim Murray covers her baby bump in a blanket coat as she watches her brother honoured at Sandhurst Sovereign's Parade

Kim Murray watches her brother Scott Sears honoured at Sandhurst Sovereign's Parade

The 28-year-old, who is expecting her first baby in February, watched as her younger brother Scott Sears was awarded the Commandant's Merit Award at The Sovereign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. Artist Kim, from Sussex, proudly posed for pictures with her brother, 25, a former professional tennis player, and gave him a hug to congratulate him on his achievement.

Prince Charles warns the Army's newest officers about a 'cult of death and destruction seducing lost young people' as they pass out from Sandhurst

In a speech to the Army's newest class of officers, the Prince of Wales denounced the 'cult of death and destruction' and called on the new generation to combat it by upholding British values.

Santaaaaaagh! Prankster firemen post photo of Father Christmas stuck in the grille of their fire engine with the message 'Sorry kids, he isn't coming' 

Cornwall based Saltash Fire Station shared the image on Twitter. In it, a Santa decoration is seen plastered lifeless to the front of their truck as if he has just been hit from behind by the vehicle.

That's one way to keep the calories down! Mother-of-three sat down to her £2.50 'Count on us' Marks and Spencer chicken tikka masala ready meal ... only to find it didn't contain a single piece of chicken

A mother was unimpressed when her Marks and Spencer chicken curry had not a single piece inside. Lisa Cobb, of High Wycombe, found only sauce and rice in her ready meal.

Inspiring video captures the moment a biker 'paralysed' after breaking his back in a horrific crash defies doctors to stand up on his 30th birthday 

Andrew Bell, 30, of Durham, was told he would be paralysed for life after a horrific motorbike crash last May. He has undergone stem cell treatment and intense physio in Bangkok.

Two fire engines and six firefighters including a specialist boat crew were called out to rescue an injured SEAGULL - which then had to be put down

The fire crews used special nets and an inflatable raft to reach the seagull, after it was found tangled up in a fishing line in a tree in Bedworth, Warwickshire.

Chilling CCTV footage shows the moment brutal killers led man with learning difficulties to his death then walked away hand in hand 

After killing Phillip Nicholson, 22, in Bournemouth, Isabella Gossling (pictured), 20, plotted with her boyfriend Richard Moors how they could make it look like a suicide.

Now Donald Trump claims more British Muslims join ISIS than the Army as number of people signing petition to ban him from UK soars above 500,000

Donald Trump claims more Muslims join ISIS than the British Army

The 69-year-old Republican presidential candidate tweeted a link (inset) to a magazine article last night which referenced the claim, which was based on figures from England's first Muslim MP. Khalid Mahmood, the Labour MP for Birmingham Perry Barr, said in August 2014 that there were about 2,000 British jihadis - a higher number than the Government's estimate. And this figure was then compared to Ministry of Defence data showing there were about 600 British Muslims in the Armed Forces at the time - just 0.4 per cent of total personnel. Mr Trump today tweeted a link to an article on Monday in US conservative magazine the National Revie that mentioned the comparison, which featured on MailOnline at the time. Mr Trump is pictured last night with members of the New England Police Benevolent Association after receiving their endorsement in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Poll the BBC told you about... and the one they didn't: Petition calling on immigration to the UK to be stopped until ISIS is defeated has almost as many signatures as one calling for Trump to be barred 

As of last night, more than 450,000 people had signed up to the call to ban the US presidential hopeful for hate speech in the wake of calls to ban Muslims from the US.

Is Trump's shine now wearing off in Dubai too? Firm building $6bn golf complex strips his name and image from property amid backlash over his 'Muslim ban' comments

A billboard that had featured Donald Trump sits empty as workers prepare to replace it outside developer Damac's Akoya development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. The image and name of American presidential candidate Donald Trump has been removed from parts of a golf course and housing development in Dubai amid a growing uproar over his comments about banning Muslims from the U.S. (AP Photo/Adam Schreck)

A billboard outside the Akoya by Damac complex had shown Trump in a red hat swinging a golf club against a backdrop of a lush green golf course as well as an image of his daughter Ivanka.

PIERS MORGAN: Trump's Muslim travel ban may be dumb but laid-back, do-nothing Obama is even dumber 

I don't agree with, or like, Donald Trump's call to ban all Muslims. But by taking such an extreme position, he may force more timid politicians like President Obama to finally confront this ISIS menace properly.

And now for the clean-up! The Army is called in to help clear damage caused by devastating floods - as forecasters warn four inches of snow is due to fall tomorrow 

UK weather forecast predicts snow after Storm Desmond floods

Sodden furniture and electrical items lay strewn across the streets waiting for council collections in Cumbria as residents and soldiers attempted to salvage items from flood-hit properties. Fridges (right), sofas and bags of clothes (left) were removed from mud and silt in Keswick, while soldiers also desperately searched for personal items including photographs and one elderly lady's wedding ring (main image), which she lost after being airlifted during the deluge of rain. The recovery comes despite snow blanketing northern England this morning. Temperatures plummeted to 2C and forecasters predicted four more inches could fall near areas devastated by floods tomorrow.

Births, marriages and depths! Wedding takes place in flood-hit Cumbrian village - as baby born in storm is given the name NOAH

Today a bride and groom refused to let Storm Desmond ruin their big day in Glenridding, Cumbria, while an expectant couple spoke of battling through floods to get to hospital in time.

From Muslim volunteers to digger drivers and Army troops... The heroes who keep hope afloat. ROBERT HARDMAN looks at the generous, brave and compassionate acts to come out of devastating Storm Desmond floods

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With each passing day come fresh stories of random acts of generosity, bravery and compassion; small gestures which have made a huge difference to the way that Cumbria is getting through this crisis.

You think it's cold here? Meet the Scottish postie who won a dream job in Antarctica (but has no heating, no mains electricity and has to wash in icy waters)

Laura Martin was selected from 2,400 people to work on Goudier Island. She is one of four people working seasonally at the 'Penguin Post Office'. Severe weather has prevented cruise ships from stopping.

How climate cynics risk our future, by Charles: Prince uses speech to say Cumbrian floods are an example of failure to tackle the 'root cause' of global warming 

Speaking at a gathering of global finance chiefs in London yesterday, Prince Charles blamed the catastrophic flooding in Cumbria on a global refusal to combat the 'root cause' of climate change.

Jeremy Corbyn sings Happy Birthday to tearful woman whose home was flooded by Storm Desmond

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hugs Liz Fitton as he sings Happy Birthday to the actress, who he met on the high street of Cockermouth, Cumbria, on her 65th birthday. Tearful Mrs Fitton was flooded with five feet of water in her home on Sunday. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday December 10, 2015. See PA story WEATHER Winter. Photo credit should read: Pat Hurst/PA Wire

In an attempt to provide his own financial boost to the devastated local economy, the Labour leader popped into a Cockermouth bookshop but opened his wallet to discover he had no cash.

The beach that turned to jelly: Thousands of marine creatures wash up on beaches on the south coast after being blown to Britain by Storm Desmond 

Britain's south coast has been coated by Velella Velella, which bear an alarming resemblance to their poisonous cousins, the Portuguese man o'war. Experts say its the biggest influx in a decade.

'All the materialistic items you took aren't worth my tears': Pregnant mother whose home was ransacked by burglars posts emotional Facebook message to the culprits 

Alexandra Mahjouri whose home was burgled posts Facebook message

Alexandra and Andre Mahjouri had been looking forward to the 'perfect Christmas' in their new home but were left devastated when thieves struck on Sunday afternoon. The burglars stole thousands of pounds worth of belongings - including TVs, laptops, iPads, jewellery and passports as well as presents for their four-year-old son River (pictured, right, with Mr and Mrs Mahjouri). Pictures (left), show how their rooms had been ransacked. But rather than directing anger at the criminals who broke into their £330,000 house in Castle Donington, Derbyshire, Mrs Mahjouri took to Facebook (inset) to express her gratitude.

Cancer survivor left infertile by radioactive implant treatment hopes to realise her dream of becoming a parent after her MOTHER agrees to be her surrogate

Natalie Lobodzinski, 29, from Manchester was four when she was diagnosed with a rare form of muscle cancer. It left her infertile so mother Janet Walker, 53, has offered to carry her own grandchild.

Girl, 9, with leukaemia has life-saving stem cell transplant after 'one match in 25 million' is found more than 3,000 miles away in America

Evie McClean, nine, from south London, needed chemotherapy before a rare match was found. All the family know about the donor is that she is 35 and lives somewhere in the US.

Runner reveals the terrifying moment she was sexually assaulted mid-race but still WON - despite sprinting two miles off course to raise the alarm

Kate Jayden, 29, from Chester was attacked during a 24-hour night ultra-marathon. She had to run two miles to get help but still came first when the race restarted the next morning.

Record 90,000 exam results are changed on appeal: Number regraded is up by more than a quarter from last year

A record 90,000 GCSE and A-level results have been changed after challenges from schools about this summer's exams, figures show.

Becky Watts killers Nathan Matthews and Shauna Hoare BOTH lodge appeal against their convictions and sentences

The 16-year-old was killed in a sick sexually-motivated attack by her step-brother Nathan Matthews (pictured), 28, and his girlfriend Shauna Hoare, 21.

Comrade who may have helped clear jailed 'Marine A' is silenced: Sergeant major claims he was barred from giving evidence that unit had been left to 'go feral'

Claire Blackman will hand a dossier to the Criminal Cases Review Commission in Birmingham as part of a push to have her husband's case sent back to the Court of Appeal.

The festive turkeys no one's buying: 'Beach body ready' named as Britain's WORST advert of 2015 with Kelly Brook and Ferne McCann's terrible acting not far behind

Protein World's 'Beach body ready' named as Britain's WORST advert of 2015

A poster showing a bikini-clad model with the caption: 'Are you beach body ready?' has been voted the worst advert of the year. The billboard produced by Protein World claimed to promote weight loss but came under fire from feminists and body image campaigners who said it was body-shaming. Second on the list was Hyundai's toe-curling advert, starring Kelly Brook (top left) while the commercial for tampons by Lil-Lets with Ferne McCann and Lydia Bright from 'The Only Way Is Essex' (bottom left) was voted the third worst advert of the year.

Britain's most injured veteran Ben Parkinson completes daring kayak challenge by paddling 250 miles through Canadian wilderness

Ben Parkinson, of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, was in a coma for three months and was expected to die after being hit by a bomb blast. He has now canoed down the Yukon RIver

Hundreds of mourners attend the funeral of Second World War veteran who died with no known relatives

Thomas Cox, who served in the Royal Pioneer Corps, recently died at the age of 90 and crematorium workers feared he might have no mourners at his funeral in Middlesbrough.

Circus of pain: Excruciating moment trainee acrobat, 19, botches backflip landing on slackline and is hit between the legs

PIC BY MATTHEW STORM / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: MATTHEW BOUNCES UP IN PAIN) - Forget free running, this uncomfortable fail video shows the painful side of parkour training. Enough to make any man wince, freerunner Matt Storms less than soft landing looks more like park-OW. The footage starts with the 19-year-old testing his balance on a slackline at Circomedia - a centre for contemporary circus with physical theatre - in Bristol. Suddenly but intentionally, Matt, from Calne, Wiltshire, drops to one side of the rope and lands on his bum. In a flash, he uses the momentum to perform a backflip with the intention of landing back on his feet on the line. But unfortunately for Matt he doesnt have quite enough speed and ends up crashing down onto the slackline while his legs are split. SEE CATERS COPY

Matt Storm, 19, was practicing at a circus training centre in Bristol when a misjudged landing sees his groin smack into the line - sending a looking of agony shooting across his face.

Couple injured in head-on car crash taken to hospital in FIRE ENGINES after being told there would be a two hour wait for an ambulance

Ian Swanwick, 57, and wife Summer, 46, were rushed to A&E; in Leicester by firefighters after scandal-hit East Midlands Ambulance Service said it would take two hours to reach the scene.

Schoolgirl, 14, admits punching pensioner, 87, in the face because she confronted passengers who didn't pay for their tickets

The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, admitted hitting the elderly woman on a south London bus when she pleaded guilty to assault at Croydon Youth Court today.

Former Buddhist nun, 75, who trained with the Dalai Lama squirted her one-armed neighbour in the eye with BLEACH in a row over a dropped cigarette

Tibetan spiritual leader, The Dalai Lama gestures as he addresses the gathering during the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Nimhans Integrated Centre for Yoga in Bangalore on December 7, 2015. AFP PHOTO/ Manjunath KIRANManjunath Kiran/AFP/Getty Images

Tenzin Ocran, who once studied with the Dalai Lama, attacked profoundly deaf Robert Weedon during an argument about litter outside their homes in Brixham, Devon, pictured.

Inside the Iron Lady's wardrobe: Margaret Thatcher's iconic power-suits, pearl necklace and Launer handbag open to public view ahead of Christie's auction 

Margaret Thatcher's wardrobe available for public view ahead of Christie's auction 

A collection of Margaret Thatcher's most iconic belongings are open to public view, at Christie's on London's Kings Street, before they go up for auction on December 15. Sales of her famous garments, as well as personal pieces such as Christmas cards, books and a sewing kit, are expected to generate £500,000, although insiders expect the final total to be far higher.

Shopper 'stabbed man in the face with a PITCHFORK during argument at branch of Wilko'

Police arrested a man on suspicion of assault after he allegedly attacked the victim in the aisle of a Wilko store in the Harpurhey area of Manchester.

Fugitive burglar taunts detectives with photographs of him sat on top of a police car and giving obscene gesture

A fugitive burglar has been taunting detectives by posting pictures of himself sitting on a police car and swearing. Stephen Slark, from Brighton, is wanted for breaching terms of his release from prison.

Pervert is jailed after admitting raping an 'extremely drunk' woman who he found lying unconscious in the street 

Peter Nicholson (pictured) woke his 'paralytically intoxicated' victim while he was having sex with her in the middle of a street. A judge today ordered him to spend six years in prison for the horrific crime.

Is this Britain's biggest cat? 22lb Mighty Ginge is more than double the size of a normal moggy thanks to his love of Big Macs

'Britain's biggest cat' Ginge eats Big Macs and is over double the size of a normal moggy

A mammoth moggy, who has to be kept on a harness when out and about, will not stop growing and it is all down to his love of Big Macs. Ginge the Siberian forest cat is a feline force to be reckoned with, weighing the same as an average human toddler, his measurements come in at a whopping 40ins long, 18ins tall and 22lbs. Stunned owner Danny Bennett, 47, from Essex, was given Ginge, who who cannot stand foxes, as a gift by a former girlfriend. He said: 'He was just a normal-sized cat back then. I had no idea he would get this big.

Former RAF man who took job as a handyman for Formula One hero's ex-wife but ended up in her bed is now battling for a big slice of her £10million fortune 

Jason Patrick was given a job at Faylands House in Oxfordshire, the property of Daphne McKinley - ex-wife of Formula One racing legend Guy Edwards -before the pair started a relationship

Pioneering transplant surgeon who delayed NHS operation so he could perform organ swap on a private patient first SHOULDN'T have been sacked, tribunal rules 

Professor Nadey Hakim, from northwest London, was dismissed by Imperial College earlier this year after it accused him of delaying surgery to an NHS patient so he could treat private clients.

Police storm bus in London after commuter's umbrella is mistaken for a samurai sword - four days after a train was raided for the same reason

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A passenger on a bus going through the City near the Bank of London called 999 this morning after supposedly seeing another passenger with a sword or large knife.

BBC suspends gay journalist who said he was 'ashamed' to work there after they refused to axe Tyson Fury from Sports Personality shortlist over homophobic views 

Belfast based BBC journalist Andy West (pictured) claims he has been ordered off work after voicing his opinion against the World Heavyweight champion's inclusion following remarks.

Touts cash in as £95 tickets to Adele's 2016 concerts sell online for a massive £10,000-a-pair (and they might not get you in) 

The Hello singer's fans in London, Birmingham, Belfast and Glasgow are all being asked to fork out eye-watering four-figure sums to secure gold-dust seats for the Grammy award winner's 2016 tour.

Hospital is supposed to make you feel better! MailOnline readers share pictures of the WORST food served up on Britain's wards 

From cold potatoes to a Shepherd's Pie which one woman said 'looks like sick (pictured), people from all over the country have shared pictures of the horrendous meals they were given on the wards.

Meet Lord Sugar's Apprentice semi-finalists: A plumber with a questionable moustache, a gobby hairdresser and a bilingual social media whiz... but who is YOUR winner?

Lord Sugar's Apprentice semi-finalists revealed: Vana Koutsomitis, Charleine Wain, Joseph

Lord Sugar's Apprentice semi-finalists now face the toughest part of the contest: the dreaded interview round. Battling it out for the £250,000 investment is, pictured clockwise from bottom left, Surrey-based marketing director Richard Woods, 31, Brummie Gary Poulton, 34, a programme manager, Twenty-seven-year-old Vana Koutsomitis, a social media entrepreneur, plumber Joseph Valente, 25, and beauty salon owner Charlene Wein, 31.

Apprentice star's secret heartbreak: Finalist Charleine Wain reveals she lost one of her twin boys to cot death when he was just three months old which prompted her to quit her navy career 

Charleine Wain, 31, from Neath, lost her premature twin Caylan when he was just three month old from sudden infant death syndrome. She says that without her husband she might have 'cracked'.

Burly banker seen in five-inch heels on the trading floor with Kate says his children now want him to go on I'm A Celebrity - and admits he might have gone a bit far with his VERY risqué homemade hotpants

Nigel Halligan says he has been inundated with messages from old school friends after his hairy legs were plastered all over the internet following a charity fancy dress trading event at ICAP in London.

He's one in two BILLION: Boy, 6, only child ever to be diagnosed with 'rarest tumour in the world' 

George McIntosh, from the Scottish Borders, suffers from a disseminated oligodendrial leptomeningeal tumour which until now has only been found in nine adults worldwide.

Rotherham care home girls were 'repeatedly raped by groups of Asian men including a politician after being lured into prostitution by gang including two women'

Five men and two women are accused of roles in the sexual exploitation of children in the South Yorkshire town over a period of more than 10 years. Pictured: Defendant Majid Bostan

The truth about Brief Encounter: SHE had no teeth - and HE was a psychopath! 

The truth about Brief Encounter, SHE had no teeth and HE was a psychopath! 

Far from being a glamorous movie star, down-to-earth Celia Johnson wore thick-lensed spectacles and false front teeth, having knocked out her own on a pebbly beach as a teenager. She was 36 when she made Brief Encounter, and was under the impression that Trevor Howard was fully eight years younger than her. Many years later, long after his death in 1988 from a lifetime of heavy drinking, it emerged that Howard had launched his film career by reinventing himself as a war hero with a Military Cross, when in fact he had been dismissed from the Army in 1943 for reasons still unknown. Even as Brief Encounter was being made, police were making inquiries and he narrowly escaped prosecution; according to War Office records, he had a psychopathic personality and was considered unfit for military service.

Now it's BILLIONAIRE'S row not millionaire's row: Britain's most expensive streets revealed - including the one where the AVERAGE cost of a home is £8MILLION

Victoria Road, in the exclusive London area of Kensington, has an average price of £8,006,000, making it the most expensive street in England and Wales.

London's most stunning extensions revealed: How soaring house prices are prompting homeowners to stay put and improve their properties 

With house prices in London rising at a rate of £5 per hour last year, homeowners have been trying to make the most of what they have with ever more elaborate extensions.

Shaking up a cocktail, tucking passengers into bed and calming nervous flyers: Fascinating vintage photos reveal life in the sky for the first air hostesses of the 1930's

The first female flight attendant was Ellen Church, who flew from San Francisco to Chicago in 1930. She helped to recruit the first group of female flight attendants.

And the Nobel Prize for OPULENCE goes to... Swedish royals dust off dazzling jewels for magnificent banquet to honour the ten winners for science, literature and medicine 

Swedish royals dust off jewels for Nobel Prize banquet at Stockholm's City Hall

Stockholm's City Hall hosted the glittering event where the Swedish royal family including Princess Madeleine (inset, left), Crown Princess Victoria (inset, centre) and Princess Sofia (inset, right) joined the world's brightest minds after the annual Nobel Prize ceremony. The ten laureates and their regal dinner companions dined in a blaze of candlelight amid 20,000 white, yellow and orange flowers which were donated by the Italian city of San Remo, where Alfred Nobel died in 1896.

'Act as tough as possible': Putin ramps up the rhetoric as he orders Russian military to wipe out any targets in Syria that may pose a threat 

Russian president Vladimir Putin, pictured today, has vowed to hunt down any threats against his country's military forces in Syria during a major conference held today in Moscow.

Bloodbath in Burundi as gunmen storm two army bases: 'Dozens' of soldiers and militants killed as gunfire and explosions rock the capital in co-ordinated attacks

"Heavily armed men" attacked a base at Ngagara in the north of the Burundi capital Bujumbura and a military training college in the south, according to a senior military officer ©Phil Moore (AFP/File)

Fighting began at around 4am (6am GMT) when 'heavily armed men' attacked a base at Ngagara in the north of the city and a military training college in the south.

Japan's underwater graveyard: Incredible pictures show the planes, trains and tanks from naval base blown to oblivion by US during World War Two

Covered in coral and left to rest on the Pacific ocean floor, these are the stunning remains of Japan's arsenal of military vehicles after they were bombed in the US mission Operation Hailstone.

Revealed: The Silver Fern flag that will replace New Zealand's current design if they choose to ditch the Union Jack after 113 years

New Zealanders have chosen which flag could replace the current flag in a referendum, voting for the silver fern on a black-and-blue background as their preferred option.



Running with wolves and tangling with tigers: Daredevil wildlife workers teach predators to HUNT - with only trust to keep them safe

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A POWERFUL tiger launches itself at its keeper - before the pair make an almighty splash into a swimming pool. Staff at the Out Of Africa wildlife park in Arizona allow themselves to be ëhuntedí by the big cats as part of the ëTiger Splashí show, which sees the animals interact with their keepers as they would with their prey. The adult Bengal and Siberian tigers have all of their teeth and claws. But despite the danger the bond between the humans and animals stop the brave keepers from being mauled to death. The deadly predators grow to nearly 400kg and 11 foot in length and many of the staff are scarred from playful bites and scratches. The famous show is purely improvised and brings out the playful side of the magnificent beasts.
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Workers at the Out of Africa wildlife park in Camp Verde, Arizona, wear no protective gear as they run around with the vicious predators and train them to attack.

The candidate to clean up paw-litics: Cat runs for MAYOR in Russian city after online poll is hijacked by social media

Barsik, a stunning blue-eyed cat has emerged as the unlikely front runner to be elected for mayor in the Russian city of Barnaul in western Siberia.

ISIS string a prisoner UPSIDE down before shooting him in the head: Chilling video shows jihadists hanging victim by his feet before executing him at point-blank range

ISIS video shows a prisoner hung UPSIDE down and shot in the head

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: These are the sickening scenes as an ISIS terrorist in Syria suspends his bound victim upside down before shooting him in the head with an assault rifle in the organisation's latest propaganda video

Released from Guantanamo Bay... to rejoin al-Qaeda! Osama Bin Laden's former treasurer is now a leader of terror group in Yemen after being released from high security prison in July 2012 

A former Guantanamo Bay detainee who worked as Osama Bin Laden's treasurer has appeared in an al-Qaeda propaganda video after secretly joining the jihadi franchise in Yemen.

Has ISIS got its own passport machine? US intelligence fear jihadists may be printing false Syrian identity documents to infiltrate the West 

American authorities have revealed their concerns that ISIS may have obtained a passport printing machine in an attempt to infiltrate the West through using false documents.

La dolce obliteration: Italian air force release detailed surveillance footage showing Predator drone attacks on ISIS terrorists in Iraq  

These are the highly detailed images showing an Italian Predator Drone following a group of suspected ISIS terrorists from 13,000 feet before blasting them with a predator drone.

TOM UTLEY: The £80,000 jewel-encrusted handbag that brought out my inner Bolshevik 

By the end of documentary Inside Asprey: Luxury By Royal Appointment this week, I was almost ready to send off £3 to Labour HQ and throw in my lot with Jeremy Corbyn, writes TOM UTLEY.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Britain grounded by political cowardice

Last night - despite solemnly promising to deliver a verdict on whether to build a third runway at Heathrow by the end of this year - the Government kicked it into the long grass.