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This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby angers her neighbours over plans to add a

On daytime television she exudes girl-next-door charm, but those actually living near Holly Willoughby (inset) appear to think she is the neighbour from hell. The TV presenter, 35, has angered her neighbours with 'flawed' building plans to put a two-storey extension on her £3million mansion (right). The Edwardian property (left) in an affluent London suburb already has five bedrooms, but Miss Willoughby and her husband, Dan Baldwin, (centre) now want two more. Their neighbours have objected fiercely to the proposal because the house is in a conservation area and the extension would 'compromise the character and appearance of the building'. But after it was rejected last month the couple have now submitted plans for a 'super' basement.

Angela Merkel will ban EU migrants from claiming unemployment benefits for 5 years

The move comes just a day after Mrs Merkel said Britain cannot be given access to the European Union's internal market if it limits immigration. However, a draft bill, which is set to be agreed by the German cabinet next week, would stop EU migrants who move to Germany from receiving 'Hartz IV' unemployment and welfare benefits for five years.

The girl was walking to school along Martson Ferry Road, Oxford, last Wednesday when she was bundled into a car then raped in nearby woodland - but she was not found for another three hours.

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Breakup and divorce coach, Sara Davison, shares the relationship red flags all women entering a relationship should look out for that could save them some serious heartache.

Whether it's the way you apply blusher or how much mascara you lash on, makeup artists say that women make common mistakes every single day that could cause them to look years older.

Dermatologist Dr Vishal Maden, from Salford, said infections caused by picking spots from the bridge of the nose to the corners of the mouth, could lead to vision loss, paralysis or even death

REVEALED: The most and least affordable places in the UK to buy a home - as average house

Regional differences mean Burnley in Lancashire is the most affordable place while Westminster in London is the least affordable, the latest research from the Office for National Statistics has revealed.

The firm is rumoured to be putting the finishing touches to an all in one desktop PC - and today sent out invites for an event in New York on the 26th October where it is expected to be unveiled.

French President Francois Hollande has launched a furious attack on Britain's decision to leave the EU - saying it would have to 'pay' for the Brexit 'crisis'. He echoed similar claims made by Angela Merkel.

The U.S. government on Friday formally accused Russia of a campaign of recent cyber attacks against Democratic Party organizations which had led to a string of embarrassing leaks.

The shocking image was taken outside a supermarket in Brighton, where the owner claimed to advised to use duct tape by the police after the dog tried to bite him.

Mulberry shop turned away women with her baby in a harness over 'no bags policy'

Francesca O'Neil (pictured) was told she was breaking the pop-up store's 'no bags' policy when she tried to go shopping with her son Tobias, in South Molton Lane, west London. She is now accusing Mulberry of discrimination and said she was furious (inset) with the treatment during a rant on Facebook.

Traders watched nervously after the sudden plunge in sterling took it to fresh 31-year lows, however, what was believed to be an outlying rogue trade was later cancelled.

Market-watchers pointed to comments by French President Francois Hollande, who insisted the European Union must take a tough stance in negotiating Brexit, and a 'rogue algorithm'.

Do you know how to pronounce tricky words such as dengue, victuals and quinoa correctly? A new quiz aims to test your knowledge and set you on the right track if you're struggling.

14 adults and a child found in lorry at Clacket Lane services on M25

The driver stopped at Clacket Lane service station in Surrey after hearing a loud banging coming from inside the vehicle this morning. Police closed a petrol station slip road and detained the lorry's occupants on suspicion of illegal entry into the country. Reports from the scene suggest the contents of the lorry, which had travelled from the Port of Dover, were frozen to -25C.

A man has been arrested after climbing over a gate at Buckingham Palace at around 1.45pm this afternoon. He was not found in possession of any offensive weapons.

Imogen Guest (pictured) looks back on the 'horrible' ordeal she suffered in Crawley, West Sussex, as 'one of the best things that ever happened' to her as it's given her a new outlook on life.

The spacecraft is being controlled from the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany, but many of its systems are automatic and don't need commands from Earth.

Tramadol is 'claiming more lives than any other drug' and should be upgraded to the Class A category, says Professor Jack Crane the state pathologist for Northern Ireland.

Hurricane Matthew hits Florida leaving 340,000 without power on first impact

Millions of Americans have been warned that the 'worst effects are still likely to come' in the form of heavy flash floods as Hurricane Matthew moves up the east coast of Florida, bringing with it 100mph winds and storm surges. At 2pm, Matthew was currently 40 miles east-southeast of St Augustine and 60 southeast of Jacksonville beach, moving up the coast at 12mph with maximum sustained winds of 115mph. While there are signs that a direct hit with land will be avoided, officials are particularly concerned about low-lying areas in Jacksonville, which could be hit by heavy flooding. A flash flood warning has been issued until 6.15pm.

An recently married couple on the dream honeymoon in the Bahamas has captured shocking footage showing the power of Hurricane Matthew, which started battering the islands on Thursday.

Walt Disney World in Orlando has closed as Hurricane Matthew batters the Sunshine State. The park announced it would close Thursday evening and all of Friday. Universal and SeaWorld closed, too.

Villages were leveled by 145 mph winds as the Category 4 storm brought floods, wreckage and misery to Haiti on Tuesday and Wednesday, killing at least 340 people across the Caribbean.

Fox News anchor Shep Smith issued a direct and dire warning to viewers hours before Hurricane Matthew hit Florida, telling people if they don't leave: 'you and everyone you know are dead'.

Most hurricanes that hit the East Coast tend to move northwest around the Bermuda high. But Hurricane Matthew looks like it could be looping back around to hit Florida again.

Airlines are warning passengers of overnight delays affecting a number of flights bound for America on Friday and Saturday from airports including Manchester, Glasgow and Gatwick.

Flying into the eye of the storm: Dramatic video shows NOAA pilots enduring serious turbulence as they head for the center of Hurricane Matthew 

This is the incredible moment NOAA pilots flew directly into the eye of Hurricane Matthew on Friday off the coast of Florida. Captain Tim Gallagher, who is highly experienced in flying into dangerous weather as a pilot for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, set off with his crew to assess the storm. The aircraft can be seen shaking violently in the video, filmed from inside the cockpit, but the pilots remain calm.

Metropolitan Police have launched an investigation into hate crime after worshippers were given the booklets at the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria Jilania mosque in Walthamstow.

Michelle Doig-Collins had a routine uterus exam three months ago with Dr Ann Raffo, her ob-gyn of 10 years at Orange Coast Women's Medical Group in Laguna Hills, California.

Sophie Nemis, 99, was taken to Seven Oaks General Hospital in Winnipeg, Canada, with a twisted ankle but due to confusion on a shift change over, her son Daniel was told she died.

Arran Coen, 25, was a model who had just qualified as a personal trainer the day before he lost control of his Ford Focus on the M4 in Swansea, while driving over the alcohol limit.

Heartbreaking video game designed by a father to re-enact short life of Joel, his

Ryan Green, 34, of Loveland, Colorado designed That Dragon, Cancer which gives players the opportunity to 'relive memories, share heartache and discover the overwhelming hope that can be found in the face of death'. The game was a huge hit on the PC and Mac when it launched earlier this year, and now, users can play it on their iPhone for $4.99.

The feature was trialled in Australia two weeks ago, and is now being rolled out in the UK. Using Tinder Boost can give users up to 10 times more profile views than the standard method.

Katrina Percy announced her decision to stand down from the top position with Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust last week

Katrina Percy is to leave her GP advisory role at the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust which was created for her following her resignation as chief executive last month.

Awkward Family Photos unveil a new book of childhood snaps gone VERY wrong

The website Awkward Family photos has released its first book about childhood -Everything Is Awkward - featuring snaps of youngsters that have gone VERY wrong. Highlights include a family snap that initially seems mundane until you spot the terrifying clown (left); a youngster who didn't want to be a cowboy (right) and another who almost kicked his mother in the mouth as he was dangled upside down on the beach (inset)

Many things can trigger an early menopause, but to understand exactly why it happens when it does requires going back to before birth, London-based medical jounalist Thea Jourdan says.

Research by Heinz into women's attitudes towards health and diets, revealed the average female attempts to stick to eating an average of 1,800 calories a day but actually eats 2,200.

Twitter users reveal their frustrating food moments

Photos of frustrating food moments have been shared on social media. From left to right: Several people complained of no jelly in their Jaffa Cakes, while one woman was left heartbroken when her chocolate digestive was not covered in chocolate. A handful of people were left shocked by wafer-less Kit Kats, while one woman was left crushed when she found empty chocolate wrappers in her box of Quality Street. One man bought a bag of mini-Oreos without any filling, while another woman complained that every biscuit was broken in her packet of Party Rings.

Andrew Bridge, 22, James Male, 23, Steve Warren, 52, and Paul Goslin, 56, all lost their lives when the Cheeki Rafiki lost its keel more than 700 miles from Nova Scotia, Canada, in May 2014.

Cocaine-fuelled groom on his stag night is chased by police who Taser him at wheel

High on drugs Nasar Hanif, 29, right, smashed his hired Audi R8 Spyder in a police chase captured on camera by a pursuing force patrol car. Hanif, of Oldham, was jailed for 18 months by Judge Richard Mansell QC, who said his 'sickening' violence had been followed by 'appalling' driving. His pre-wedding celebrations in Manchester ended in handcuffs after his reckless drive came to an abrupt halt when he crashed his car into a lamppost after being Tasered. He fled the wreckage but was picked up by a police dog hiding under a vehicle nearby in a Tesco car park.

Galloway, who lost the Bradford West seat in last year's General Election, announced that his wife Putri Gayatri Pertiwi, was expecting a baby in March to his 257,000 followers on Twitter.

A viral McDonald's UK Facebook post asking customers for their favourite milkshake dunking flavours for French fries has received 36,000 'likes', with many saying the practice is 'vile'.

Andy Murray was reported as beating his opponent in 'straight sex' by BBC Scotland presenter Phil Goodlad in a hilarious slip when reporting on the player's victory in the China Open.

My 88-year-old mother, who lives in America, paid a state visit to England recently, but she didn't get the best of welcomes at Heathrow Airport, writes RICHARD LITTLEJOHN.

Two pilots leaving the London airport and heading for Mumbai at the end of August were flying too low and dangerously close to the airport boundary wall a report has confirmed.

How much exercise does it take to burn off your favourite tipple? A new infographic reveals how long you'd need to spend running, walking, doing Pilates or cycling to negate the calorie count.

An animal lover's worst nightmare: Horrific moment a dog owner discovers her pet being EATEN by a python but is unable to save it

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Klomphan Khiewwan, 21 got the shock of her life when she awoke to find her beloved pooch Fino head first in the jaws of an enormous snake. The dog was wrapped in tight coils and she could only watch as the 6m serpent devoured him. She said she'd heard loud noises from the dog earlier that evening while she was trying to sleep upstairs but she hadn't thought to check on her canine pal. Thai volunteers arrived at her home with snake-catching equipment but it was too late.

Eccentric Sir Benjamin Slade (pictured) has erected posters around his 12-acres of parkland in Somerset regarding a cull of the animals, which were only re-introduced to Britain in 2009.

Sales administrator Jordan Page, 25, from Solihull, West Midlands, died of an overdose when she mistakenly thought she was being refused psychiatric help, an inquest heard.

Christopher Serrano, 25, was killed early Wednesday morning as he was trying to surf a subway car that was traveling on the F line bound for Brooklyn's Coney Island.

Joshua Smith, 12, panicked and almost drowned when he found himself in difficulty in deep water during a day trip to Danes Camp Leisure Centre in Northampton.

Ruth Sweet, 25, from Leicestershire refused to marry her childhood sweetheart because hair pulling addiction had left her bald, but she has finally wed after treatment to regrow her locks.

The extensive collection of 350 pieces from David Bowie's personal art treasure trove will be on display at Sotheby's in London for 10 days before the pieces are auctioned off.

Elephant and Castle becomes scene of a rescue as a dog is pulled from the tracks

Footage from the Elephant and Castle station on the London Underground captures the heartwarming rescue of Sammy after he had fallen down the gap between the platform and the train. A piercing scream was heard as the dog's owner watched her King Charles Spaniel disappear onto the tracks. After the rescue, Sammy appeared unfazed by his accident as he happily sits on his owner's lap, enjoying the attention of well-wishers on the train.

EXCLUSIVE: Journalist Helen Croydon posed as a young student looking for properties in London to uncover landlords offering free accommodation at pricey properties in return for sexual favours (shown).

Iranian woman Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee (left), a writer and human rights activist, has been convicted of 'insulting Islamic sanctities' because of her fictional story about stoning.

Masoud Aqil, 23, was a captive of ISIS psychopaths for 280 days where he was subjected to incredible brutality and decapitation threats. Now safe in Germany he works with intelligence officials.

Pascal Duvier was subject to a restraining order after Glenda, his ex-wife, claimed he badly beat her at their L.A home, court documents seen by DailyMail.com show. He admitted he 'swiped' her.

Israel tattoo convention sees fans from all over the world come to get inked

Fans of body art have flocked from all over the world to get inkings from some of the country's leading artists at the third annual two-day Israel Tattoo Convention in Tel Aviv. Among them is Magneto (bottom left and top right), from Berlin, whose entire face is covered in inkings, including his eyeballs.

A tooth belonging to a dog thought to resemble an Alsatian has been found in the grounds of a nursing home a mile from Stonehenge which is thought to be the oldest evidence of 'walkies'.

Experts from the Universities of Liverpool and Penn State told MailOnline training your brain to become ambidextrous might not boost its brain power, even though some consultancies suggest it can.

Paris-based L'Oréal, teamed up with bioprinting company Poietis, which is based in Pessac, southwestern France to form a partnership that aims to develop a working 3D-printed hair follicle.

Mr Justice Macdonald, pictured, concluded the girl was sexually abused by the man following a hearing at the Family Division of the High Court in London.



'There were some antics in our bedroom I couldn't tell the wife about': Devastated couple

Nicola Kerrison and husband Dean Windsor returned to their home in Essex from holiday in Portugal to find Mrs Kerrison's son had thrown a secret 18th birthday party and their home had been trashed. CCTV also revealed a group of boys and girls had ransacked their home including the couple's bedroom where they had stolen jewellery, money and a laptop.

Pastor Rikki Doolan, who is originally from Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, hunted the antelope during a business trip in South Africa and claims it was 'beautiful on the BBQ'.

Jamie Doran, 15, still has to face two of his attackers every day at his school in Newmarket, Suffolk, and has been told that they're 'out to get him' this weekend after the previous attack (pictured).

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said manufacturing output rose 0.2 per cent in August, after a sharp month-on-month contraction in July when activity fell by 0.9 per cent.

People smile for many reasons other than happiness, such as smugness. Find out below what your smile might indicate about you. Top facial reader Jean Haner analyses different smiles.

The move could give an electoral boost to the Tories because many expats are pensioners and more likely to back the party. Campaigner Harry Schindler (pictured) welcomed the news.

In a hilarious list which she posted online, Jane Park, from Edinbrugh - who became Britain's youngest Euromillions winner at the age of 17 - told Connor George, 21, that he could not speak to girls.

Tanks, jet skis, explosions - and a new goatee beard: Clarkson, Hammond and May tease The Grand Tour with a VERY Hollywood-style trailer 

The first full trailer for The Grand Tour has been released and the new show featuring the former Top Gear stars promises to be as daring as exciting as ever. Presenters Jeremy Clarkson, 56, Richard Hammond, 46, and James May, 53, all left the BBC show last year and started filming for the upcoming series on Amazon Prime. And the trailer for the programme, which will be shown weekly from November 18, will see the three car enthusiasts go on a 'grand tour'. During the video, Clarkson told Hammond and May 'we've only had one minor fire' just seconds before a tank opened fire - destroying a car which sparked a huge explosion (top and bottom right). Hammond was sporting a new look in the form of a goatee beard (top left) and the group also tried to manoeuvre a car using a crane (bottom left).

Anni Rowland, 52, from Cheltenham, a former nanny of Pink Floyd star David Gilmour has been jailed for eight-and-a-half years today for helping her lover run his international cocaine business.

Researchers in Spain found 90 percent of people can be considered either optimistic, pessimistic, trusting, or envious - and the rest behave in a way that falls outside of the defined models.

The sickening act was caught on camera by a builder overlooking Howff Cemetery in Dundee and has caused outrage among locals in the Scottish city.

Former government ministers treated with rudeness by Jeremy Paxman need not read far into his memoir to discover why the presenter had such an urge to humiliate those in authority.

Where The Apprentice winners are now

The lives of the 11 past Apprentice winners have been nothing if not dramatic since securing Lord Sugar's backing on the show which returns to BBC One tonight. Dr Leah Totton (top left) is dating her fellow winner Mark Wright (bottom right) who has been engaged in a war of words with Duncan Bannatyne. Last year's winner Joseph Valente (top centre) has expanded his energy business; Stella English (top right) is dating a snooker champ after her marriage failed; Tim Campbell (bottom left) was awarded and MBE and Yasmina Siadatan (bottom centre) discovered that her half-brother is an ISIS fighter.

Only 15 years ago, Yevgeny Prigozhin, 55, was making mustard in his own home and bribing gangsters to allow him to sell his wares in kiosks around St Petersburg, a new investigation claims.

There's one intriguing issue: one throne, or two?There are awkward questions about whether the sovereign's wife will sit next to him when he is crowned - and if she herself will have a crown.

The Russian military has warned the United States against striking the Syrian army, saying that its air defence weapons in Syria stand ready to fend off any attack from US planes.

Both Vietnam and Cuba served as military pivots for the Soviet Union during the Cold War and now Putin's Defence Ministry is said to be 'rethinking' its past closures in a move to assert its global presence.

Mid-air brawl that saw a ten-year-old child hit with a wine bottle during flight to

Fighting broke out on the 11.15am Ryanair flight from Edinburgh to Alicante after a woman reportedly 'snapped' at a drunk stag do who were teasing her male friend for his man bun hair-style. Spanish police were waiting to remove the men from the plane when the flight landed, but some of the brawlers had swapped clothes in an attempt to confuse airline staff. A mother travelling with her two children said how another child was hit on the head after a wine bottle was launched inside the plane.

Speaking at a press conference to announce the construction of the new airport, Kazem Finjan said 'ancient aliens' had built earth's first airport in Dhi Qar, in southern Iraq 7,000 years ago.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded Juan Manuel Santos 'for his resolute efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end', days after Columbia rejected a ceasefire.

These pictures have all been submitted as part of this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards and after more than 2,200 entries, the shortlist of 40 has been finalised by the judges.

Fuzhou city, Jiangxi province, plans to build a 'mini Stratford-upon-Avon' in Sanweng town. The new town will also celebrate Cervantes and Tang Xianzu, a Chinese playwright.

Ohio dad of triplets comes up with 'genius' hack to stop backseat infighting

Stay at home father Jake White, 39, from Cincinnati, Ohio, decided to install dividers made of thin board, pictured, so that his three two-year-olds Jude, Stella and Xavier cannot squabble over snacks. When he shared his creation on Facebook it divided parents between those who admired it and some who believed it was 'dangerous'.

Ray Taylor, from Alcester, had dug the bowl up in his garden when planting rhubarb, and used it to create a DIY bird bath. But a museum has now revealed it is a 2,000-year-old Roman bowl.

The man must have thought nobody had noticed him filming the woman as he followed her down an escalator at a metro station in Azerbaijan's capital Baku.

Off Kauai's north shore in Hanalei, the six bedroom main house first built in 1915 by sugar plantation executive Hans Peter Fayé has had a third of it's original listing price shaved from the price tag.

Ibiza campaign group Prou! is planning a series of public protests. Angry locals are calling for a limit on tourist arrivals and tougher rules on noise levels, unauthorised clubs and drinking hours.

Instead of hiding its one-star TripAdvisor reviews and scathing complaints Altrincham Market in Greater Manchester, has decided to show them off on a wall for all their customers to see.

Toxteth-born Howard Gayle, 58, was offered the gong earlier this year but turned it down saying his 'ancestors would turn in their graves after how Empire and Colonialism enslaved them'.

Durham mugger takes on 85 year old man only to realise he was a former boxer

Great-grandfather Ernie Hanratty, 85, right, was held up by hooded mugger Daniel Rose, 21, left, as he returned from his morning shopping trip in Stanley, County Durham. Rose demanded money from the pensioner, apparently believing he was an easy target. But Mr Hanratty turned on his attacker and grabbed his wrist, prompting Rose to flee with nothing more than two newspapers in a plastic bag.

Russian lorry driver swerves to avoid ghost-like man on road

The clip, filmed in Russia, shows a lorry travelling along a rural highway. The vehicle can then be seen dramatically swerving out of the path of a pedestrian standing in the road. The walker, wearing a long white coat with a black hat, then ambles onto the side of the road and out of the view of the camera. The video uploader wrote: 'This video has been hailed as proof of teleportation.' The uploader added: 'Some people think the photos depict an instance in which time travel or teleportation was caught on tape.'

The Las Ventanas al Paraiso Rosewood Resort in Mexico - frequented by the likes of Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney - is thought to be the first in the world to offer such an activity.

Surgeons from abroad regularly visit the UK to offer cut-price treatments before jetting home, but British medics warn that their patients are putting their lives at risk.

Dr Christopher Krupenye, from the Max Planck Institute, and Fumihiro Kano, from Kyoto University, tracked the eye movements of apes while they watched a dramatic scene unfold.

Cancer-stricken teenager who was serenaded by Florence & The Machine in her hospice bed has died after five-year fight against bone disease

The 15-year-old cancer patient who dueted with Florence & The Machine in a viral video earlier this year has died.  Karinya Chen, who battled bone cancer for five years, passed away in Austin, Texas, on Saturday. She touched millions of people around the world when she perfectly harmonized with the British Grammy-winning band while lying in her hospice ward in May. 

EXCLUSIVE: MailOnline bore witness to the kind bloodthirsty voodoo rituals used to trick thousands of Nigerian women into prostitution, for fear the gods will punish them if they disobey their 'master'.

Outrageous policies by firm Nabarro were leaked to website RollOnFriday where lawyers claimed they had been told to record any break of up to six minutes where they were thinking of work.

There have been numerous sightings and several arrests - including one in Newcastle for carrying a bladed article - across the country in the last few days, and they are sharply on the rise.

Star Trek fans descend on Birmingham for Trekkie convention

Thousands of fans are queuing at the Birmingham NEC for the first day of Destination Star Trek, pictured right and inset, a weekend long convention featuring George Takei, William Shatner, pictured left, and Wil Wheaton. The huge convention has the original Captain Kirk as its headliner, while fans are also able to meet or hear from several of the original cast members over a weekend of events. There's a world record attempt and even Kirk-o-oke. But fans have already expressed disappointment at the long queues to get in.

The unnamed 48-year-old had to be rescued by firefighters who spread a huge canvas beneath him after he became entangled near the town of Los Realejos in the north of Tenerife.

Mohammed Ayub, his brother Mohammed Riaz (pictured), and Neil Frew - all of which work for a Bradford solicitors - allegedly set up a 'sham' company to siphon off thousands of pounds.

According to Eugenia Kuyda, co-founder of the AI startup Luka, memorial bots are 'the future.' The CEO recently unveiled the 'digital monument' to her deceased friend, available to chat with Luka users.

Amanda McGuinn and her husband Paul, 38, of Lee, south east London, have lodged a legal bid against Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust citing 'wrongful birth' in relation to daughter Matilda.

Renewable energy firm Kite Power Solutions is building its power station at the Ministry of Defence's West Freugh range in Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway. It will be in operation by March 2017.

NHS Harrogate and Rural District Clinical Commissioning Group is proposing it as part of plans to save £8.4 million, despite warnings from senior surgeons it is 'wrong'.

Ocean's Elevenses: The terrifying moment a moray eel breaks off from snacking on an octopus to launch an attack on snorkelers

Swedish couple, Nicklas, 29 and Elin, 23, were filming their morning snorkeling trip in Hanuama Bay, Hawaii, when the eel turned tail and headed directly for them. The octopus made a frantic getaway leaving a cloud of ink and one tentacle in the jaws of the predator. But as they started to turn away from the scene the angry eel launched a new attack. The pair caught the incredible scenes on their underwater camera.

A photograph of a man, now 75, on his wedding day in 1961 looks so like actor Matt Damon, 45, that he has been described as his doppelganger. The black and white photo shows him with his wife.

You might not think twice about treating friends and family to a slice of cake, but would you do the same for your dog? Victoria Stent's Four Legged Fancies is setting tails and tongues wagging.

Sharing a home in Bath with an ex-husband and a new partner may seem odd to some but actually makes for a perfect living arrangement, writes author DERI ROBINS.

The troubled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handset was put to the test at the Applied Energy Hub battery laboratory in Singapore, where it gave off smoke before exploding into flames.

John Dickson, 27, of Margate, Kent and Christopher Pollard, 20, of Meopham, Kent, have been charged over the death of Carl Gregory, 20, pictured.

Sergeant Alastair Smith married civilian Aaron Weston on British forces territory in Dhekilia, Cyprus in what is believed to be the first gay wedding on a UK overseas military base.

Bolton accountant scoops ‘Britain’s Best Lawn’ title after years of trying

A proud homeowner awarded 'Britain's Best Lawn' has admitted his perfectly-manicured lawns are the work of his £2,000-a-year gardener Danny Hibbert (pictured) - who tends to the grass every day in the summer. Accountant Keith Chuck, 58, from Bolton, Manchester, scooped the prestigious accolade on his third attempt after wowing judges. Boasting he now has a more impressive garden than the Queen, Keith has to use the same grass seeds used by Premier League football clubs in order to maintain his award-winning lawns.

The bullet is said to have saved the life of a man in Afghanistan, though some have suggested it could even be a publicity stunt. Images show a bullet sticking out of the phone's screen.

House price inflation is forecast to continue tailing off as the property market softens, with Halifax revealing today that annual gains had slipped to 5.8 per cent.

Fuzhou city, Jiangxi province, plans to build a 'mini Stratford-upon-Avon' in Sanweng town. The new town will also celebrate Cervantes and Tang Xianzu, a Chinese playwright.

'Body positive' model says she loves being 28 stone despite doctors warning she will die

Sarah Rout, 30, from Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, says that despite doctors warnings she is worried that losing weight will have a negative effect on her plus size modelling business. As well as impacting on her life, Sarah's 28st frame means that her husband Tony (pictured inset with Sarah) now has to act as her carer helping her with day-to-day tasks.

People have revealed what they learned after leaving their husband or wife - with one man describing life with his new love as a 'complete disaster' while others were blissfully happy.

The display is expected to peak after dusk tonight and tomorrow, and viewers in Northern America, Europe and Asia are in the best place to see the Draconids.

Firefighter Patrick McBride, who won the role ahead of 20,000 hopefuls last year, is the latest to don the black polo neck for Cadbury's new Milk Tray Man in a £3million televised campaign.

James Larkin left 11-week-old Christopher Larkin with an 'unsurvivable brain injury' after growing frustrated at being 'treated like a lap dog' by the boy's 'domineering' mother Laura Ostle.


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Teen serenaded by Florence & The Machine dies of cancer months after their duet

The 15-year-old cancer patient who dueted with Florence & The Machine in a viral video earlier this year has died.  Karinya Chen, who battled bone cancer for five years, passed away in Austin, Texas, on Saturday. She touched millions of people around the world when she perfectly harmonized with the British Grammy-winning band while lying in her hospice ward in May. 



Fitness challenge goes VERY wrong when woman jumps into the air and slams her head against a ceiling light

A woman's fitness fail ended up with funny results. Alexandra Knowles posted a video on Instagram in 2014 showing her attempting a burpee in July of that year. However, it seems she may not have checked the height of a ceiling lamp before trying out the move. While jumping in the air, Knowles hit her head on the lamp and ended up on the ground. Her Instagram page indicates that she is based in Canada.

The overly-ambitious gym-goer has been caught on camera in a Canadian gym fainting after trying to pull off a deadlift. A woman rushes over to help him and he is soon able to stand back up.

Fast fashion! Watch magicians change costumes 18 TIMES in one minute to set new world record

Avery Chin and Sylvia Lim, from Malaysia, completed the impressive feat at a theme park in Wuhan, China, on September 28. The clip has been viewed more than one million times since being posted on social media. Guinness World Records judge Charles Wharton attended the event to ensure all necessary rules were followed.



Berlin's Brandenburg Gates gets a psychedelic makeover in German capital's Festival of

NEW Artists shone powerful beams onto the Brandenburg Gate (pictured) to create a dazzling spectacle for thousands of visitors. For ten days the German city is the capital of light with sights including Berlin Cathedral and Potsdamer Platz the subject of huge light-art installations, projections and video mapping. Historically, one of the city's grand entrances, the Brandenburg Gate was built between 1788 and 1791 under the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II. The neoclassical monument was restored at the turn of the Millennium by the Berlin Monument Conservation Foundation after being badly damaged the Second World War. The Festival of Lights, which started today, is in its 12th year. Visitors can see the lights on foot, by bus and boat from 7pm to midnight.

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I believe I can fly! Adorable moment sugar glider does a giant leap and lands perfectly on woman's hand

The amazing clip, believed to have been filmed in South Korea, begins with the sugar glider preparing to jump as the woman extends her hand. The black and white critter throws itself from the top of a door and soars through the air before making a perfect landing. The footage has been viewed more than 22 million times since being posted on social media three days ago.