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Lithuanian lorry driver Vygantas Stanulis, 55, has been jailed for a year following the horrific incident which saw him career into the back of a Ford Fiesta stuck in traffic on the A2 near Kent. His vehicle, fully laden with steel, collided with a black Ford Fiesta which in turn hit a Iveco flatbed lorry carrying wooden pallets, during the crash on the coast-bound carriageway of the A2 at Harbledown, near Canterbury, at rush-hour on January 19. Dramatic dashcam footage shows the driver of the Fiesta being thrown through the windscreen of his vehicle upon impact, with his legs seen hanging out of the car. He suffered serious injuries in the crash despite the fact he was wearing a seatbelt.

Kim Kardashian's personal bodyguard Pascal Duvier filed BANKRUPTCY

Kim Kardashian's bodyguard filed for bankruptcy for his German security company ten weeks ago with debts of more than €1million, MailOnline can reveal. Pascal Duvier, pictured above with Kim on Sunday, lodged a claim for company insolvency at Heidelberg administrative court on July 22 this year. His German ProtectSecurity firm is based in south-east Germany and has racked up debts totalling €1,093,518 (£961,296). His present and former clients include (pictured, clockwise from top left) Will.i.am, Nicole Sxcherzinger in the Pussycat Dolls, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Lana del Rey and Christina Aguilera.

Forget dot tests and hidden animals, the latest quiz sweeping the internet is much more straightforward spelling test. The puzzle tests players on 14 commonly misspelled words.

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Artificial intelligence and smart weapons would be at the fore - with a 'modern nation-states acting aggressively' the likely enemy, Army bosses have revealed.

Researchers led by Jan Vijg of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York studied age of death statistics from a range of sources and estimated that 125 is the top age possible.

Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics reveal the number who consider themselves bisexual outnumbers those who identify as gay or lesbian.

Rejiya Mukith falsely claimed £35,000 in benefits to buy a second home

Rejiya Mukith (left), of Ipswich, admitted falsely claiming £35,000 in benefits to buy a new home (top right) so her children were in a catchment area for a 'better school', while continuing to live in another property (bottom right) in the town. The mother-of-four wanted her children to go to Northgate High School, which had been given a 'good' grade by Ofsted. Unemployed Mukith, 45, was given a 12-month suspended sentence and told she was only avoiding jail because she had a six-year-old son.

Four nations - France, UK, Norway and Spain - were involved in the interception of the two of Putin's Russian fighter jets (pictured) as they got as far south as Bilbao before heading back .

A contractor has been arrested on charges that he removed classified information and stored the material in his house and car.The complaint against Harold Thomas Martin III of Glen Burnie, Maryland.

The noise we hear when our joints crack is likely to be due to movement of the tendon over bone, Dr Andrew Lavender, a physiotherapist at Curtin University, Perth, says.

Mother's letter to the bullies who drove her son Felix Alexander to kill himself

Felix Alexander (right), 17, died when he stepped in front of an oncoming train near his home in Worcester on April 27, after telling his parents he was going to school. An inquest heard Felix had killed himself after suffering years of bullying. The torment started when he was 10 and a pupil at the £13,000-a-year King's School because he was not allowed to play violent video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (inset, a screenshot). He later became the victim of online trolls. His devastated mother Lucy (left with Felix), 51, has now written to bullies, teachers and parents, describing the torment he suffered.

Females have an inbuilt buffer against the early symptoms of Alzheimer's - meaning it is not spotted until later, researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York found.

Imran Khan, 38, from Cheadle, Greater Manchester, stabbed his wife Nasreen to death with a kitchen knife in a frenzied attack duuring a furious row at the couple's home.

Rhodes Airport in Greece is said to have been evacuated as reports of a 'pepper spray' attack have been spread across social media, with some passengers suffering from 'burning eyes'.

At a speech in London hosted by the Wall Street Journal, Ben Broadbent said sterling's depreciation had 'supported the economy' by stimulating investment activity.

Four friends who were thrown off Manchester flight as it lands in Turkey 'for playing a

Four friends from Oldham said they were escorted from a flight from Manchester to Turkey by armed police but deny allegations they were being 'extremely disruptive'. Hammad Ahmed, Nabeal Iqbal, Shabab Niaz and Tasiq Ali (right) have been accused of playing a song on the Thomas Cook Airlines flight that repeatedly used the word 'bomb' and the airline said their behaviour was 'entirely unacceptable'. But the friends (left) say they were 'treated unfairly' and claimed it was because they are 'bearded Asians'.

The Baylor's study concluded visiting new places and interacting with new people can leave families exhausted, with less 'brain power' to focus on relationships.

Mumsnet user known only as ecco responded to her own query about pushchairs three years later after she failed to recognise the original post as her own.

Paulo Regina, 43, had been flying to the UK from Italy to get a job under Freedom of Movement laws on an Easyjet flight when he went into the toilet and started smoking, triggering an alarm.

Anni Rowland, 52, helped drug baron Kevin Hanley by counting and laundering his cash from her home in the picturesque town of Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.

High-end recruitment firm under fire for demanding only 'attractive' women apply for jobs 

West London-based recruitment agency Matching Models has been blasted for posting 'sexist' job adverts which ask candidates to be 'attractive women' with a 'b-c cup' bra size and 'brown hair'. The agency hires PAs, hospitality staff, receptionists and flight attendants as well as models and promotional staff for high-end wealthy clients around the world. It bills itself as the first talent agency specialising in providing companies and private clients with 'the ideal candidates, both skilled and attractive'. One recently-listed job posting is for a PA/private plane flight attendant who, as well as a degree education and Microsoft proficiency, must have 'brown long hair with b-c cup' and 'classy and immaculate presentation'. Another job listing is for a 'sexy driver in London', who is required to drive the client, a business tycoon and polo team owner, to and from polo matches in his Porsche Cayenne.

Jodie Palmer, 23, from Wolverhampton, has suffered from agoraphobia since she was just three years old. It worsened five years ago when her mother died and left her completely house-bound.

Glyn Razzell, 44, a redundant investment banker, has been behind bars for the past thirteen years for murdering his wife Linda after she went missing in Swindon in March 2002.

Blonde Olivia Duggan (pictured) was last seen in Liskeard in Cornwall around 7pm on that day and officers say they are concerned for her welfare.

The house that smelled like death: Pictures of house tenants used as toilet

Neil Carpenter faced a £2,000 repair bill after a mother and her two sons left excrement on beds and walls at his house in Tow Law, County Durham and used the bath as a toilet. The two-bedroom terrace had bags of rubbish piled a metre high outside, rubbish strewn about indoors and the toilet had become unusable after being blocked with a child's toy.

Amanda Knox is celebrating her freedom by declaring to the world that she is in a relationship, taking to Facebook to update her status and announce that she is Christopher Robinson.

This week the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration said in a statement: 'It cannot be denied that belief in the supernatural is occasionally the reason for local concerns.'

Apple killed the headphone jack and its next victim could be the home button. A recent patent describes a special lens behind the screen that scans fingerprints anywhere on the surface.

PIERS MORGAN: That robbery was a wake-up call Kim. Time to decide if you want to be the

Dear Kim, There comes a moment in everyone's life which makes you re-assess everything IN your life. It doesn't matter if you're rich or poor, black or white, old or young. Your moment came at 3am on Monday morning and you are lucky to be alive. Until then, you were a woman who thought she had it all, you were living your dream. But lately you have become coarser and snarkier and taken to trash talking. It wasn't the Kim I thought I knew. What happened in Paris no doubt shook you to your core - but it was an attack waiting to happen.

The reality star, 35, is said to be in shock and 'blaming herself' for flaunting her massive diamond ring, which was taken as part of a brazen jewel heist in Paris on Monday.

Johanna Primevert, chief spokeswoman for the Paris police department, has blamed Kim Kardashian for flashing her jewellery on social media as it made her easy pickings for thieves.

Investigators in Paris are now trying to track down the gang responsible for holding Kim Kardashian at gun point and stealing her jewellery but mystery still surrounds how the men got into her apartment.

Kim Kardashian's stolen ring would be instantly recognisable to diamond traders but a wealthy tycoon from Russia or the Middle East will not care where it came from, an expert told MailOnline.

Kim Kardashian Paris heist robbers were not caught on CCTV

An image of the armed gang who robbed the reality TV star in Paris was caught on a 'million-to-one' image after a camera facing a mirror (left and circled) reflected their getaway. The gang of intruders wore ski masks to hide their faces as they attacked the 35-year-old reality TV star and mother-of-two who screamed, 'Please don't kill me! I have children'. French police have now seized the footage from the Bel Ange nail salon (left) on the same street as the apartment.

Panasonic has eliminated the tint left behind when its transparent TV wasn't being used. The firm replaced the LED with an OLED and now when the TV is in transparent mode, it is undetectable.

Easy money policies by the world's top banks are largely to blame, the IMF says, warning that this is a huge obstacle to getting world economic growth back on track.

Researchers from McGill University investigated the ways in which a child's moral understanding develops, finding their perception of truth and lies changes over time.

Theresa May threatens big business and super-rich to fulfill their duty

The PM took a swipe at multinational tax dodgers, energy firms, broadband suppliers and house builders for creating 'dysfunctional' markets and warned that her new-look government would not hesitate to intervene. In all but name the new Prime Minister singled out Facebook for refusing to work with authorities to fight terrorism and attacked individuals such as Sir Philip Green, who 'behave more in common with international elites than people down the road, the people they employ, the people they pass on the street'.

In an interview, the Prime Minister said her Government's plan to train hundreds more British medics would mean overseas doctors would eventually cease to be needed.

Audience members at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham were openly weeping after Melissa Mead, 29, spoke about the NHS blunders that contributed to her son's death aged one.

Dozens of families are being turfed out of their homes - so they can be used as temporary

Heidi Warner (pictured with son, Jake), 44, was issued with an eviction notice in August asking them to leave by October 26, along with all the residents in the housing estate in Peterborough, Cambridshire. Property firm Stef and Philips is asking them to leave because they are in the process of signing a deal with Peterborough City Council to use the properties as homeless accommodation. She says 'it's all done for money' and that it goes to prove 'they don't care about anyone living here'.

Developed by Musclefood.com, a UK-based health and fitness retailer, the test asks about how much noise you make and whether you take the weights off your machine before moving on.

TalkTalk been handed a record £400,000 fine for security failings over a cyber attack which allowed customer data to be accessed 'with ease', said the Information Commissioner's Office.

The driver of a Porsche Cayenne and her daughter who died near Orlando earlier this year suffered from excessive amounts of a flammable gas that may have been emitted by car's battery.

Ched Evans arrives at court for the second day of his rape retrial

The teenage waitress allegedly raped by footballer Ched Evans at a Premier Inn hotel was 'taking the lead' and demanding he perform a sex act on her, a court has heard. She repeatedly asked that he 'f*** me harder', the defence claimed, before suggesting that the alleged victim had a history of wanting rough sex with other partners. The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was cross-examined this afternoon after giving evidence from behind a curtain at Evans' retrial. She disputed the claim that she was 'taking the lead' on sexual positions and told jurors she had no recollection of any sexual activity on the night of the alleged rape. Former Premier League striker Evans preyed on the then 'heavily intoxicated' woman after his friend brought her back to a budget hotel room near Rhyl, north Wales, jurors have been told.

Technical supplies salesman Barry Anthony is said to have forced himself on a 35-year-old businesswoman, who was sitting next to him on a Silk Airlines flight.

Sanjay Nijhawan is on trial accused of murdering wife Sonita (pictured), 38, at the couple' £2million mansion in a gated community in Weybridge, Surrey, on May 21.

Members of Music Theatre Bristol society cancelled the production following 'controversy in terms of racial diversity', adding: 'We would not want to cause offence in any way'.

Fears grow for woman manhandled in street by Eastern European man before she is forced

Scotland Yard has released CCTV images showing the woman being grabbed by the Eastern European man near to High Street North in East Ham in East London on Monday night. Footage shows the woman being pulled by her hair and manhandled by the man, with them both appearing to be arguing and pushing. The man can also seen to be talking on a mobile phone and holding her by the neck.

Seriously ill patients given homoharringtonine, a drug made from the leaves of the plum yew tree, made remarkable recoveries, researchers from the University of Hong Kong found.

Charlene Colechin shares pictures showing how meningitis ravaged her body

Charlene Colechin, 25, from Derbyshire, was sick and had a headache when she came home from her job as a hairdresser last month. By the next morning, a rash had started to develop and she was in pain. Her family called and ambulance and she was rushed to Chesterfield Royal Hospital. Doctors battled to save her life as the infection caused her organs to fail (left). She now faces losing her toes and feet after it caused irreversible damage (right). She has bravely shared her pictures on Facebook to raise awareness of the signs of meningitis.

Edinburgh-born player Simon Danielli, who has now retired, is charged with two counts of common assault against his wife Olivia (pictured together), alleged to have taken place in March last year.

Sexpert Tracey Cox reveals the warning signs that your marriage could be heading in the direction of an affair and says that alone time can actually prevent a partner from looking elsewhere.

Puppy farming gang is convicted of £100,000 fraud after selling sick and dying dogs kept in awful conditions for £750 a time 

Many of the animals died or suffered serious health problems after being kept in windowless sheds in Essex and London. Teresa Wade, 57, sold nearly 2,000 of the animals, which were snapped up by new owners after they were listed on the unlicensed Pets4Homes website as 'home-bred' for prices up to £750. Some died shortly after arriving at their homes, or were ill and infested with fleas; one even 'vomited worms'. The gang behind it included Wade, Victoria Montgomery, 54, her daughter Roxanne Montgomery, 33, and her partner Tony Hammond, 34.

The British operator transferred 570 guests to Cayo Coco - a tropical island in the Jardines del Rey chain - after Holguin airport in the east was closed.

Panasonic understands the pains of finding the right concealer. Now, the firm has improved its smart mirror that points out facial flaws by adding the ability to print makeup that matches your skin tone.

A pair of £226 horse hoof shoes, complete with luxuriant black and white hair from US-based Chaos Costumes has sent the internet into a frenzy after a woman modelled them on Facebook.

Archaeologists have drilled boreholes into the 42 feet high mound at Skipsea Castle, Yorkshire, and discovered it is far older than the Norman conquest when it was thought to have been built.

Laughing crowd gathers to WATCH and film as two drug addicts slowly lose consciousness in a US street after heroin overdose

A crowd gathered and started laughing and giggling at a couple of drug addicts collapsed after taking a heroin overdose in broad daylight on the streets of Memphis, Tennessee (pictured). A man posted live video on Facebook before the paramedics arrived to revive the couple, who are believed to be long-term drug addicts. Courtland Garner, who took the video, wrote: 'It was a spectacle. It made me laugh. They can't help themselves.'

Bookies Ladrbokes have slashed the odds on a royal baby announcement in the new year to 4/6 after Princess Charlotte and Prince George won hearts in Canada with their parents last week.

Etiquette expert and MailOnline columnist, William Hanson, claims that shorts on young boys are, in fact, a silent British class marker and trousers are deemed 'suburban'.

Residential area is obliterated by Russian bombs in Aleppos Syria

Government forces claim they will reduce strikes to 'allow civilians to reach safe areas' - as a top official in Syria's main opposition said violence in the city is reaching 'genocidal proportions'. Pictures of an attack on a neighbourhood in the city appear to show simultaneous small explosions, suggesting the use of cluster bombs which are banned by more than 100 countries. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says more than 450 civilians have died since September 19.

The ban, which was launched on Tuesday by senior clerics, outlaws the breeding of cats inside homes and is said to be in line with the jihadists' "vision, ideology and beliefs".

The £5 clothing on sale at Chrisp Street Market in Poplar, East London, features a large colourful drawing of the World Trade Center with two aircraft smashing into each of the towers.

Can YOU spot what's inside the red ring? Optical illusion image of a bed goes viral - but

People who have spotted the image - which has been shared on Reddit - are struggling to work out what the circle signifies. The viral image has been viewed more than 63,500 time on Imgur. People have been left baffled as they have been searching for something significant inside the red ring - not realising that the red ring is actually a hula hoop propped against the bed.

The unnamed 18-year-old from Nagpur, India, went to hospital complaining the growth had become painful. Doctors explained it was a vestigial tail which has now been removed by surgeons.

Songwriter Rod Temperton with his wife Kathy

Rod Temperton (pictured), the songwriter behind Michael Jackson's Thriller and Rock With You, has died of cancer at the age of 66, his music publisher has announced.

Jeremy Clarkson was caught up in a racism row in May 2014 when he was accused of saying the word 'n*****' in unaired footage (shown) - a claim which he has denied.

A video has shown how factory workers in Vietnam inject tiger prawns with substances to make them look big and fresh when they are sold and imported to places like Australia.

PC Julian Berry, 44, of Lancashire Police, who was once decorated for bravery after saving a woman from her burning home, also allegedly sent explicit messages to a female special constable.

Kellie Kemp, 46, from Essex, who suffers from severe arthritis, had landed back in the UK from a two-week break in Tenerife when she claims the incident happened.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby stare at naked lady in a champagne glass 

They enjoy their fair share of laughs on This Morning. But Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were left completely baffled when they looked out of the window on Wednesday to see a naked woman sitting in a champagne glass.  A very chirpy Phillip said: 'See what we've got outside. Welcome back. There is a lady outside and sitting in a champagne glass.' 

Apple killed the headphone jack and its next victim could be the home button. A recent patent describes a special lens behind the screen that scans fingerprints anywhere on the surface.

Researchers from Harvard University m Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute, and the University of California, set out to test whether teens' sensitivity to reward could also make them better at learning.

Sir Michael Fallon announced work on the new Successor submarines will begin in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria today - but steel for the hulls will come from France.

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said BAe Systems will build the part of the sub that controls the reactor. But it was reported that French firm Industeel had won a contract to supply steel for the hulls.



Images offer a glimpse into the lifestyles of Marilyn Monroe, Joan Collins and Jackie

A set of exclusive images from an upcoming book collecting the works of photographer Slim Aarons shows just what lavish lifestyles have been led by the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy and Joan Collins.Slim Aarons: Women, released this week, was compiled and authored by the famed photographer's assistant Laura Hawk. Images include looks at exclusive resorts in sun-drenched locales and intimate depictions of movie stars.

The mayor claimed yesterday that his plans have a 'greener focus' and will boost the use of public transport, as well as supporting the growth of businesses and new housing.

David Lee, 31, of Westhill, Aberdeenshire, is on trial for a series of alleged attacks on his fellow Scottish Ambulance Service staff, including while they were on their way to emergencies.

Ronnie Coulter, 48, was today found guilty of murdering Surjit Singh Chhokar outside the latter's home in Scotland in 1998, bringing the victim's family's 18-year campaign for justice to an end.

Something fishy? Man finds gruesome remains that look like a 'dead mermaid' on deserted beach 

A man has posted footage of what he says looks like a 'dead mermaid' washed up on a beach near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. The images have since gone viral, with many people actually believing it is a mermaid, while others say it's a decomposing seal or a great Halloween prop with garbage bags used to create the 'tail'.

Cycle superhighways such as the one built on London's Victoria Embankment are compromising key routes and causing gridlock and pollution, writes TOM RAWSTORNE.

Jordan Bari, a black belt, was gunned down in Bethnal Green, east London, as he opened the door on Monday night. Police said they are not ruling out a case of mistaken identity.

Tina Van Wouw, 33, supplied work for her Year 12 photography students to put into their exam portfolios while employed at the Springwood High School in Kings Lynn, Norfolk.

The dumbest driver in Britain? Idiot trucker is filmed using TWO phones as he travels along busy motorway 

The man, who has not been named, held one phone to his ear while texting on another handset on the M6 in Cheshire. Officers used the elevated position of the cab to film unsafe behaviour by drivers, who were then pulled over by police cars following behind.

Don't Make Me Laugh, which is created and fronted by Baddiel, has been removed from the Corporation's schedule after the BBC ruled it had 'demeaned' Her Majesty on her landmark birthday.

The report, drawn up by the Council of Europe's human rights watchdog, blamed the recent increase in racism in the UK on the 'worrying examples of hate speech in the newspapers'.

Researchers at Northern Arizona University monitored the activity levels of more than 40 squirrels over the course of two years, using specially designed tracking collars.

Researchers at Karolinska Institute, Sweden, used data from over two million people and found complications in the period around the time of birth have been associated with other psychiatric disorders.

Researchers at the University of Florence carried out a review of existing studies looking at how sex affects athletic performance and found evidence to contradict the prevailing theory.

Handshake strength could be a quick and inexpensive way for doctors to get a grip on patients' health, researchers from the University of Vienna claim.

MailOnline readers share photos of their VERY hirsute babies

Two-month-old Junior Cox-Noon (inset) captured the nation's hearts with his luxuriant locks, and now hundreds of MailOnline readers have been sending in pictures of their hirsute babies. One woman told us how hospital nurses were 'shocked' by how much hair her newborn had, while another proud mum says the family is stopped wherever they go owing to her baby's impressive mane. Clockwise from top left: Ruby Dunphy's son Caleb, Jackie Kelly's child, Rachel Sehmbi's daughter, Lois Bennett's daughter Adoree, Kelly Moerman's son Taj and Alison Hughes' four-month-old daughter.

At a speech in London hosted by the Wall Street Journal, Ben Broadbent said sterling's depreciation had 'supported the economy' by stimulating investment activity.

Dr Diana Terry had been admiring the paintings at the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath when she was approached by Dr Sallie Neill who noticed the mole and told her to get it checked out by her GP.

The Pope encountered the playful pup when he met with members of an agility dog group during his general audience at the Vatican. The hound's wide toothy grin dwarfed the Pope's own smile.

Researchers at the University of Arizona published a report describing two separate cases where the augmented reality game Pokémon Go has caused severe injury.

Princess Diana's old Audi convertible, the Queen's Bentley and Elton John's Rolls-Royce Phantom are among an incredible collection of cars expected to sell for more than £1million next month.

The gruelling labour which created your handbags and shoes: Workers stretch hides and dye

The animal skins - mostly sheep, goat, camel and cow - that the craftsmen pile, dampen, dry, treat and dye in the midday sun of Fez is part of a centuries-old leathering process. And it's not just the stifling temperatures they all have to contend with. There's also the smell. The ancient technique requires workers to soak the skins in animal urine for several days; later, pigeon excrement will be necessary to help smooth the leather.

The Dream Jet, developed by US customisers Kestrel Aviation Management, carries up to 40 passengers with a sprawling entertainment area, office space and dining room.

Have you ever wondered what goes on when you're not there to supervise? These pictures prove some fathers really are just big kids at heart and have managed to keep their parenting style simple.

The activists have been living in the empty offices of Camelot, a company which manages empty building to prevent them becoming occupied.

Jay Nava, 26, is alleged to have stabbed mother-of-two Natasha Wake to death at her house in a quiet cul-de-sac in Bournemouth, Dorset, last weekend.

The bizarre fight happened in the city of Vladivstok in South Western Russia all over a cat that vets claim was killed by his owner or one of his friends after it was trapped in a window.

Silafi jihadists in Gaza released an online statement claiming the attack. The ISIS-linked group said it was in response to the arrest of five Salafi operatives by Hamas.

Glamorous fake Instagram account of Louise Delange tricked 50,000 people

From frolicking on the beach (bottom right) to shopping (top right) and hanging out (main), Parisian model, Louise Delage's, Instagram profile looked like so many others when it appeared in August. However, it was revealed last week that the account was fake. Can you spot what's going on with these pictures?

Jacob Riglin, 21, from Richmond in London wants someone to join his team to take pictures of the most famous cities in the world having landed his dream job all thanks to his Instagram account.

William Orr (pictured), 55, posed in his boxer shorts and sent lewd messages on a gay chat app before trying to meet the 'teenager' in a car park, Newcastle Crown Court heard.

The Japanese plan would bypass the Trans-Siberian's final stop, Vladivostok, and connect to the northerly Japanese island of Hokkaido instead, requiring a new 26-mile tunnel.

Great British Bake Off's Selasi shares photos of his weekly GBBO parties

The City banker, 30, from London, left with co-star Rav Bansal, has proved he's the perfect hosts with weekly snaps of his Wednesday night feasts for his guests. The cool, calm and collected baker has whipped up banquets including orange and honey duck, grilled chicken seasoned with homemade jerk marinade, top right, and sweet ice cream cupcakes. One of his banquets that really got fans buzzing was his typical Ghanaian feast of eight hour slow roast pork served with crackling, apple sauce, homemade coleslaw, bagels and honey mustard sausages, bottom right.

Russian media outlets have blasted the video for Robbie Williams' new single 'Party Like A Russian'and even threatened he will 'never' be able to perform in the country again.

The book on RC Sherriff's (pictured) life suggests that Nazi agent Georg Gyssling managed to persuade Universal Pictures to halt The Road Back, All Quiet on the Western Front and Three Comrades.

Joseph Davidson, 33, was head of geography at Sturminster Newton High School in Dorset when he arranged to drive the victim to the beach, where they engaged in sex acts, a court heard.

Dennis Muilenburg, the CEO of aerospace firm Boeing made the prediction at a conference in Chicago this week and hopes that its technology will beat SpaceX to the red planet.

President Park Guen-hye had previously urged citizens in North Korea to move to the 'bosom of freedom' in the South, prompting an angry response from North Korea's state media.

Ernie Mayall (pictured with revellers) has no time for a sedate waltz or nostalgic tunes from his youth, for his venue of choice is the Liquid and Envy in Oldham town centre.

A team of scientists from the Universities of Bath and Lincoln compared the genomes of 28 mammals with differing sizes of neocortex to make the discovery.

The ex-England footballer failed to turn up to the 'Evening With Gazza' event in Middlesbrough last Thursday after being spotted drunk at King's Cross in London.

Bet they didn't get a tip! The rudest messages left behind by fed-up waiters and customers

These photos show the most offensive notes left by customers and waiters. From left to right: One man drew a tiny picture of a penis in the middle of his signature on a receipt, while a waitress received a sweary apology from a diner for a rude date. One Starbucks customer failed to find it funny when a barista labelled his drink with 'diabetes here I come', and a woman was shocked to find her grandmother had been called an 'old *****' on a receipt. Kurt was the subject of a cruel spelling error at Starbucks, and a woman was allegedly left in tears after a waiter wrote 'chubby' on her receipt.

Shaky mobile phone footage taken by a woman in Melbourne is claimed to show world-renowned graffiti artist Banksy finishing off a piece before making a run for it.

Russia's Ministry of Defence has warned a nuclear war is on the horizon and the Kremlin has organised the mass evacuation in the capital with underground shelters for up to 12million people.

Frankie Lavis, from Plymouth, was diagnosed with spina bifida - which caused her spine to not develop properly. She became the first baby in Britain to have spinal surgery while in the womb.

Eddie Needham, 68, will assist investigators as they probe whether the toddler was killed by a digger in an accident at the building site in Kos 25 years ago.

Typically, workers saving for a house, wedding or holiday use their bank's standard savings account. But these now pay next to nothing.

A viral video emerged of a group of four boys standing around in a park in Romford, Essex. Without warning, one of them punches another hard on the side of his head, writes SARAH VINE.

Move over James Bond: Daredevil takes to the skies above London in Britain's first jetpack flight (and you can buy one too soon for £195,000)

Pilot David Mayman flew his personal JB-10 JetPack (pictured to left) across the River Thames in London (pictured bottom left and right) in a four minute flight as he and his colleagues announced plans to develop a commercial version. They have set up a company that hopes to develop an electric version of the jetpack, which they say will be available by 2019. The JB-10 features two turbo jet engines that run on aviation fuel. It can reach 60mph and can lift 350lbs.

The average bra size in Britain is now a 36DD, making today's bras bigger than ever. In the 1920s, the average size was a 31A. By the 1950s, the average size was a 34C and bras were conical.

Children with Tourette's syndrome were much faster at repeating a list of made-up words - known as phonology - researchers from Newcastle University found.

Researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) said the experiments with bees show for the first time that some insects can pass skills on through several generations.

Scientists from Jinan University in China say they have created a new fibre suitable for sewing into tailorable textiles that can capture and release solar power.

Levitating Hyperloop pods that hurtle through underwater tunnels at 1,220 kph (760 mph) could some day arrive in Dubai. The city recently hosted a competition for designs related to the system.

Jay Timms got down on one knee in front of 300 shoppers after dancing with a flash mob to Marry Me by Bruno Mars, as he proposed to his girlfriend Sarah Cronin at a mall in Cheshire.

Chloe Munnings, 24, from Norfolk, started surgery at the age of 21 and says she won't stop altering her look until she's achieved her idea of physical perfection including 'big boobs, big lips and a tiny waist'.

The pound has tumbled to its lowest level against the US dollar since 1985, while the FTSE 100 share index surged above 7,000 amid nerves over Theresa May's tough Brexit approach..

The International Monetary Fund said confidence in the economy had been maintained by swift action from the Bank of England, as it upgraded growth for this year to 1.8 per cent.

Are YOU brave enough to rock glitter nipples?

Yves Saint Laurent sent models down the runway with glittery nipples at their SS17 runway show (centre) and now fashionistas are trying out the risqué look on social media too. Blogger Daisy Keens (left and right) told FEMAIL: 'Contrary to being impractical or completely unnecessary, nipple pasties are a glorious alternative to bikini tops and, dare I say it, bras. Depending on how comfortable you feel going braless (I have itty-bittiess so, in fairness, I have no real need for one!), nipple pasties and tassels can be worn on any number of occasions as a sparkling substitute.'

The International Monetary Fund believes a revolt could lower living standards and says ongoing weak growth is breeding 'negative economic and political forces'.

Sterling at one point slipped below $1.270 for the first time since June 1985, and at €1.131 marked a five-year low against the single currency.

From the 1990s to mid-2000s, cookie-cutter suburban homes known as McMansions could be bought in popularity in neighborhoods across the country. They're now going out of style.

The alleged incident was caught on CCTV at the home of Nick Tuck and his fiancée Sarah Matthews in Manchester and shows the woman arriving at the property as she tries to deliver an order.

London police chiefs said they would only release a summary of Sir Richard Henriques report into a bungled VIP paedophile investigation after they consider whether they agreed with it.

Two men, aged 20 and 27, have been arrested by police investigating the murder of a man who it is understood died after a brawl in Thanet, Kent, last night.

Hiker James Rankin was walking in the woods in Berkeley Jackson County Park in Huntington New York when he discovered posters featuring real missing people attached to the trees.

Jack Barmby returned home from The Nobel School, Stevenage, with severe bruising over his chest after his classmates yanked his backpack against his shoulders, causing him to fall.


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Sarah Willetts, 28, a tutor from Newcastle, turned sleuth when her bag was stolen from an office at work. She used a mobile app on a colleague's phone to track down the thief.