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Kate Middleton, William and Harry mark World Mental Health Day in London

The Duchess of Cambridge, 34, looked pretty in pink in a rose print Kate Spade dress as she joined William and Prince Harry in London for engagements to mark World Mental Health Day. read

Eritrean migrant killed in Calais after being RUN OVER by British motorist

The collision happened on the A16 near the northern French port where thousands of people from the Middle East and African are camped trying to reach the UK. read

Bullying victim, 10, is refused a place back at his old school because there aren’t enough COAT-HOOKS

Max Knowles, 10, was denied a place at Hill West Primary School in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, because of a lack of coat-hooks and because it would increase safety risks in the playground. read

Police find Holly Willoughby's 'stolen' SUV at husband Dan Baldwin office in bizarre twist... as she talks about 'loved-up' nine-year marriage

The This Morning presenter, 35, called Scotland Yard on Thursday after her Mercedes SUV went missing from her £3million home in south west London. read

Job hunters reveal how NOT to answer the interview question 'what's your biggest weakness?' 

A Reddit user known only as humansof was inundated with 1,600 responses after he asked how other people coped with the question with answers ranging from the silly to the useful. read

Have YOU got high blood pressure? Revealed, 7 things you should either eat or avoid to lower it

High blood pressure increases your risk of heart disease, stroke, heart failure and kidney disease. Now, three experts from the University of Newcastle, Australia reveal how to lower it. read

Teenagers, 15, appear in court charged with the murder of a dinner lady and her 13-year-old daughter

The bodies of 49-year-old dinner lady Elizabeth Edwards and her 13-year-old daughter Katie, (both pictured) were found at an address in Spalding, Lincolnshire, on April 15 this year. read

Creepy clowns terrorise Britain as children are chased and others wield knives

There have been at least six sightings in Newcastle alone in the past week. In each case, people dressed as clowns burst from bushes and chased startled pedestrians down streets. read

The simple changes to your diet you NEED to make to lose fat and shed a stone in just 21 days 

Glasgow and London-based nutritionist Fiona Kirk shares her top tips to lose fat quickly and reach your ideal weight with FEMAIL, including eating 10 instead of five a day. read

New book reveals the natural way to beat hot flushes and pep up your libido 

'What you put in your mouth really can have an enormous effect on your body,' writes clinical nutritionist Sophie Manolas. read

'Straight off the Jeremy Kyle show': Wedding venue boss is forced to apologise after calling brides who use her upmarket business 'munters' 

Sarah Donegan, 52, met brides-to-be while running a stall at a wedding fair in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, last weekend. She later wrote there were 'so many munter brides'. read

Cadbury reveals some of the cringe-worthy Milk Tray Man hopefuls whose audition tapes didn't make the cut

Cadbury has released hilarious audition tapes from some of the 20,000 auditionees hoping to be crowned the new Milk Tray Man...including a man in a black thong and another saying he'd wear a wig. read

Polish lorry driver admits killing three children and their mother in an eight-car pile up on the A34 while changing the music on his mobile phone 

Thomasz Kroker appeared at Reading Crown Court charged with causing deaths of Tracy Houghton, Josh Houghton, Ethan Houghton and Aimee Goldsmith. read

Cancer survivor, 45, who had her voice box removed claims an Uber driver dragged her out of his car because she 'wasn’t talking properly' before charging her £5 for a cancelled journey

Sam Barbic (pictured) said the driver screamed at her and grabbed her arm to pull her from his vehicle outside her home in London, with Uber now vowing to investigate the incident. read

Widow of Islington stab victim Dr Jeroen Ensink demands answers over handling of killer

Nadja Ensink-Teich's husband Dr Jeroen Ensink, was attacked by Femi Nandap as he left his flat in Islington, north London, on December 29 last year. read

Emmerdale's Leah Bracknell feels 'blessed' as she prepares to start lung cancer treatment

Bracknell (pictured), who played Zoe Tate in the British soap for 16 years, was only diagnosed five weeks ago. Fans quickly rallied to the news and helped her smash her fundraising target. read

Phil Collins back with ex-wife Orianne despite her ex trying to wreck the reunion

Phil Collins announced earlier this year that he was back with his third ex-wife Orianne. The couple separated in 2006. But Orianne is now in a bitter battle with her ex Charles Mejjati. read

Fears grow for missing Kathleen Harkin, last seen by River Tay in North Muirton, Perth

Kathleen Harkin was last seen on the banks of the River Tay in the North Muirton area of Perth on Saturday night - and specialist emergency teams have been deployed in the search. read

CCTV shows men fleeing after taekwondo expert was shot dead in Bethnal Green

Jordan Bari, 20, (pictured) a taekwondo blackbelt, was fatally shot in the stomach 'at point blank range' at a flat in Bethnal Green, east London, last Monday at around 8pm. read

Donald Trump’s attack on Clintons for their sexual past at 2nd presidential debate

Sunday's much-hyped ended with Republican Donald Trump landing more punches than Democrat Hillary Clinton, and successfully deflecting attention from his Access Hollywood scandal. read

The real winner of the second debate: Internet falls in love with Kenneth Bone, the undecided voter who asked energy policy question - and praises his outfit choice

Uncommitted voter Kenneth Bone (pictured) asked the second to last question during Sunday's debate - and became such an instant hit that many viewers forgot to listen to the candidates' replies. read

Hillary Clinton scores decisive win against Donald Trump in first snap polls

Hillary Clinton cam out on top in polls by CNN and YouGov after the debate in St Louis on Sunday night. read

Carly Simon reworks You're So Vain for anti-Trump commercial

Simon gave permission to the Patriotic Artists and Creatives PAC, a pro-Clinton super PAC, to include the song in its most recent commercial smearing the Republican candidate. read

Even if Donald Trump falls, the anger he exploited will burn on, writes MAX HASTINGS

For this monstrous American presidential candidate is unlikely to survive these video images of him branding the entire female sex as his playthings. read

Donald Trump's wife Melania dons a Gucci 'pussy-bow' blouse for presidential debate night

By Sunday, Melania and Ivanka Trump returned to the forefront of The Donald's campaign. His wife dressed in an aptly-named pussy-bow blouse, days after slamming his use of the word. read

Donald Trump unveils FOUR Clinton 'sex victims' before the presidential debate

Trump took the gloves off 90 minutes before Sunday night's debate against Hillary Clinton, showcasing ghosts from Bill Clintons' sexual past – and letting of unsympathetic reporters in to hear them speak. read

Brides serve up a wedding banquet made of ingredients destined for the BIN

Nikki Pope, 48, and Cate Bauer, 51, from Manchester, requested a mezze-style feast for their 110 guests made out of ingredients and products that were deemed to be waste. read

How to tone your tummy from the comfort of your own home

There is an exercise you can try to tone your tummy lying down in the comfort of your own home. Also, you should try to consume fibre every day to maintain a flat tummy. And as always, hydration is key. read

Ken Clarke talks for the first time about the death of his wife Gillian

Ben Clarke has spoken for the first time about how he is coping without his wife Gillian after 51 years marriage. read

My secret to finally finding true love? Giving up booze: Writer found the alcohol-induced memory lapses suffered by Emily Blunt in new film The Girl On The Train disturbingly familiar

'I'm watching The Girl On The Train. I am supposed to be riveted, rapt. All I feel is overwhelmingly sad,' writes HANNAH BETTS. read

Daughter livestreams her wasted parents on a 'heroin binge'

The footage, shot in America, reveals the daughter and a man - whose connection to her parents is unknown - trying in vain to wake them up as they are slumped out in the family living room. read

The test that saved Ben Stiller's life: Star credits prostate screening for finding his tumour so why is it controversial?

Ben Stiller says prostate-specific antigen tests helped find his aggressive prostate cancer. So why is the test not routinely offered to patients on the NHS? Two experts give their opinions. read

Growing number of older couples who refuse to set up home together

It sounds absurd. But Lucy Cavendish and her fiance are joining a growing number of older couples who refuse to set up home together. In fact, one in ten couples choose to live apart. read

Shoplifting mother-of-six says she'll steal again if employers don't give her a job

Kim Farry, 54, from Fulham, shunned a life of crime in favour of a life on benefits but says she misses the money so much, she'll have 'no choice' but to steal again if she can't get a job. read

Football star Rolando Aarons is arrested after going 'berserk in a club after a group of men started “bumping and grinding” with his Auntie' 

Newcastle United's Rolando Aarons is one of nine people arrested after a huge brawl in a club in the city. Aarons, 20, is said to have gone 'berserk' after he saw a group of men dancing with his auntie. read

A luxury hotel on four wheels! The £380,000 campervan with underfloor heating, a rain shower and state-of-the-art kitchen that costs twice as much as a home in England 

The luxurious 35ft long Morelo Empire Liner, which will be unveiled in Birmingham this week, boasts underfloor heating, a rain shower and spacious double bed. read

'I'm passionate about selling this s*** to people who don't need it': Over champagne and lobster at an idyllic ski resort, postal fraud mafia boast how they rip off the elderly - with help from Royal Mail 

Millions of British pensioners are being ripped off through postal scams with the fraudsters using letters to try and trick the vulnerable and elderly into sending money through the post. read

How Royal Mail rakes in millions betraying the elderly: Conmen's letters are delivered in bulk - but post bosses refuse to crack down 

Royal Mail is accused of making millions from conmen who defraud the elderly in Britain on a massive scale. Vulnerable victims lose vast sums through letter frauds sent by post. read

Arrested refugee 'who was preparing a bomb attack at a German airport' asked fellow Syrians for help - only for them to tie him up and call police

Jaber Albakr was detained overnight in Leipzig in eastern Germany after a tip-off that he may have been looking for associates in the city. read

British man, 35, faces extradition to Greece over car crash in 2003

Father-of-two Paul Wright, 35, (pictured) from Mold in Flintshire, claims he was the passenger in a car which was involved in a minor collision while on holiday in Malia, Crete in 2003. read

Aldi unveils new fashion collection with everything priced at less than £20

The budget store, which looks set to rival Lidl in the sartorial stakes, says its new collection of on-trend, autumnal 70s-inspired fashion pieces will lure fashion fans on a budget. read

Lawyer says new mothers risk jobs by not hiring a nanny

Lady Barbara Judge (pictured), the first female chairman of the Institute of Directors, said the US system - where mothers are entitled to 12 weeks' unpaid leave - was better than that in the UK. read

What REALLY happens at a porn shoot? A behind-the-scenes glimpse into the filming of an X-rated movie (and it's definitely not as sexy as it you might think)

Gareth May from was invited to watch Joybear Pictures, a London-based production company, shoot a porn film. It starts with the owner, Justin Santos, asking for a 'p***y light.' read

Tesco pineapple planted 8 years ago sprouts into a tree and is bearing fruit

Fred Lovatt (pictured) sliced off the spiky top and shoved it in pot full of soil with fertiliser at his home in Cirencester, Glos. He's watered it ever since and has watched it grow into a 3ft-tall tree. read

Women reveal the most ludicrous things their pets have eaten

Mumsnet user BellaGoth told how her mischievous Labrador had eaten an entire bag of sugar while she left her shopping on the kitchen table - and others shared equally funny stories. read

Woman from gypsy family didn't know she was pregnant until she went into LABOUR

Cilla Ward, 29, from Dublin, had no idea she was pregnant by a man she has been dating in secret. She was taken to hospital with stomach pains and told she was going to give birth. read

They STILL won't accept EU vote Now MPs demand to be given a veto

Ed Miliband is leading demands for Theresa May to include Parliament in Brexit negotiations but Jacob Rees-Mogg told MailOnline: This ‘typifies the disdain that the liberal elite has for voters’. read

Don't 'close the door' on the economy with tough immigration crackdown during Brexit, plead business leaders 

The retort came after CBI director general Carolyn Fairbairn voiced alarm at the government's direction following confusion over attempts to get companies to reveal their proportion of foreign workers. read

Labour split on immigration as Diane Abbott dismisses call to cut numbers

Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott (pictured) last night dismissed calls from the new Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer for immigration to the UK to be cut. read

Ed Miliband's Orwellian doublespeak is just a trick to defy the will of the people

Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg, the biggest double-losers in recent British political history - have joined forces to insist the Government has no democratic right to implement 'hard Brexit’. read

Glass-bottomed pools and a SNOW room: Designers reveal what it's like to build £100m superyachts for the world's most demanding customers

Superyacht designers reveal to MailOnline Travel how they create extravagant vessels to satisfy the world's wealthiest one per cent, including Beyonce. read

Help! I’m 49 and still can’t drive: A mother begins having lessons again after first attempting to drive at 18

Lisa Brinkworth, 49, has started having driving lessons again after a fellow school-gate mother told her off for being unable to drive and contribute to the car-pooling system they have. read

Save your 10am cuppa until 5pm: Billionaire British boss plans to force workers to take their morning tea break at the END of their shift

Managers at the Ineos petrochemical plant in Grangemouth owned by industrialist Jim Ratcliffe (pictured) allegedly want to call an end to the 10am tea break for 1,200 staff. read

West Yorkshire man spots 'triangular-shaped UFO with red flashing lights'

The retired officer, who asked to remain anonymous, made the sighting near Holmfirth, in Kirklees, and immediately contacted renowned ufologist Gary Heseltine. read

Stalker in suburbia: Hooded man is caught on CCTV slashing the roof of terrified mother's car before filling it with milk and dead FISH and leaving nails under the tyres

Julie Lewis, 57, says she is 'living in fear' after her CCTV cameras at her Cheshire home caught a hooded man ripping open the soft-top roof of her BMW for a second time. read

Is X Factor rapper Honey G really David Cameron in disguise?

Honey G is really recruitment consultancy director Anna Gilford who has worked in the industry for more than a decade and has a music technology degree from the University of Salford. read

Photos of mothers dressed as X Factor 2016's Honey G take the Internet by storm

Mums everywhere have proclaimed their support for the Harrow-born 35-year-old by posting selfies dressed up in her signature sunglasses and cap. read

Brooks Way AXED from the X Factor after singer’s ex claimed he broke her nose

The pair, who were cut from Saturday's live show as the allegations surfaced, wrote: 'Today, we have had a tough day with a false allegation. Don't believe everything you read, both Amelia and Josh will be stating the truth.' read

I'm not a hypocrite, claims Corbyn ally Shami Chakrabarti who opposes grammar schools despite paying for her son to attend a selective school

The new shadow attorney general Shami Chakrabarti claimed she was simply ‘trying to do her best’ for her child by enrolling him at one of the UK's top private schools. read

Their, they’re or there? Tricky grammar quiz challenges players on the most commonly misused words in the English language

So, just how much of a grammar genius are you really? This latest quiz by Playbuzz aims to test just how good you are at avoiding one of the most common mistakes in the English language. read

The miracle baby who wouldn't die: Thai boy is stabbed 14 TIMES and left in a shallow grave... but is set for a dream life with adopted Swedish parents 

The seven-month-old boy, named Aidin had been dumped face down in a 20cm grave in Khon Kaen province in Thailand in February , just days after he was born with 14 stab wounds. read

Is there a crystal pyramid below the Bermuda Triangle? Conspiracy theorists say the structure exists - and it could explain why planes go missing

Reports have re-emerged that suggest a crystal pyramid lies 2,000 metres below the surface of the Bermuda Triangle, which is roughly bounded by Miami, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. read

Grumpy doctors and nurses are told to 'cheer up'  

According to whistleblower and GP Henrietta Hughes, grumpy doctors and nurses contribute to a 'toxic environment' that harms patients and prevents staff from speaking out. read

5 relatives accused of murdering South Korean woman during botched EXORCISM

The 41-year-old woman died from her injuries when her South Korean relatives tried to smother her during the ritual at the Intercontinental Hotel in Frankfurt in December last year. read

Man dies after falling on Ben Nevis mountain during a climbing tragedy 

The climber, in his 50s, fell while navigating the North Face of the mountain with a friend on October 7. It is believed his rope might have been cut after snagging on a sharp edge. read

Hacks to make your footwear look more expensive

If you can't afford high end footwear, you can make your shoes look more expensive by buying faux suede over fake leather, never wearing platforms and making sure they fit correctly. read

Are we one step closer to eternal youth? Scientists discover how to 'slow down or stop the ageing process'

Researchers at Nottingham University discovered a protein, called carbonic anhydrase, found within the powerhouse of a cell has a crucial role in the ageing process. read

Forget baby showers! Young couples celebrate childless families with 'vasectomy parties' 

Call it a sign of the times. Young couples nowadays are eschewing parenthood of embracing life without children – so much so that they are staging 'vasectomy parties.' read

Ben Needham's mother says confirmation he is dead would give 'closure'

The distraught mother of British toddler Ben Needham, who went missing on the Greek island of Kos 25 years ago, says she is preparing herself for her son's remains to be found. read

France accuses Britain of ignoring its 'moral duty' on child refugees from Calais camp

Ahead of a trip to London today to meet Home Secretary Amber Rudd, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has called on Britain to take in more child refugees living in Calais. read

Which Hollywood golden girl's ageing best?

A troupe of stars of a certain vintage stunned crowds at the annual Carousel Of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills. But which of these golden girls is ageing best and what are their beauty secrets? read

Apple Watch is banned from cabinet meetings over fears they could be used for surveillance by Russian SPIES

Apple's smartwatch joins the list of banned devices, which already includes smartphones, that must not be taken into UK cabinet meetings. It is feared that Russian hackers could use them to listen in. read

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 production stops after replacement phones catch fire

The South Korean firm has now suspended production of its Galaxy Note 7 handsets after at least three reports that its replacement phones have been giving off smoke and catching fire. read

Venezuela's prisoners STARVE to death in jails amid economic collapse

Video smuggled out of a jail at San Juan de los Morros, in the central Guarico region of Venezuela, show emaciated inmates struggling to survive. read

Silkworms get Spiderman-like strength: Insects fed with graphene produce strong fibres that conduct electricity

Researchers at Tsinghua University in China found that feeding the larvae (pictured) a diet fortified with carbon nanomaterials enabled the them to reinforce the silk threads themselves. read

See the world... and take your house with you! The one-bedroom home that can be dismantled and reassembled within four hours

Estonian company Kodasema has invented a new one-bedroom house with factory-made parts that can be broken down easily. The 260 sq ft house has a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. read

Are these the UK’s most stylish school run mums?

Tracksuit bottoms and leggings may be the school run staple for some busy mums, but a new crop of style savvy mum bloggers are using the morning routine to showcase their style. read

Apprentice candidate Jessica Cunningham was raped by a CLOWN in horror film

The 29-year-old brunette (pictured), who also used to earn £300-a-night as a stripper in an upmarket lap-dancing club in Liverpool, appeared in the horror movie Lock In, released in 2014. read

Russia announces it will turn its naval facility in Syria into a permanent base 

Moscow sent its air force to support Syrian president Bashar al-Assad a year ago fearing the Syrian Army was on the point of succumbing to rebel offensives. read

Iranian slammed for shaking hand of German man who was actually female

Massoumeh Ebtekar, Iran's controversial vice president, was at a meeting of environmental officials in Berlin, Germany to discuss an 'action plan' on water, air and biodiversity. read

Poldark fans go wild as the tousle-haired hunk seduces Demelza 

Thought Poldark fever was waning? A raunchy scene involving stockings saw viewers of last night's episode of the BBC period drama swoon as Aidan Turner's character helped Demelza with her hosiery. read

Bryony Gordon reveals she tried to talk Kate Middleton into running the London Marathon

Author Bryony Gordon, 36, has revealed the moment she tried to persuade the Duchess of Cambridge to run the 2017 London Marathon, saying if she could do it then so could Kate. read

Kim Kardashian security guard Pascal Duvier works at Kanye West concert

The 43-year-old protector manned the platform Kanye West performed on during the Chicago stop of his tour Saturday, which marked the Famous singer's first performance since the heist. read

Beware of the Pomeranian? Hilarious photos of VERY friendly guard dogs undermining their warning signs sweep the web 

From two adorable fluffy Pomeranians to a disinterested cat and even a moose, the true reality of what lurks behind the threatening sign has been revealed. read

Southern Railway goes to court for injunction over RMT strikes

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union plan action from tomorrow in the long-running row over the role of conductors. read

Mothers enjoy parenting less because they do more of the hard work than fathers

For scientific research appears to have discovered that mothers enjoy parenting less than fathers because they don’t do as many ‘fun’ activities and more of the hard work. read

Now that's a shell shock! Man gets bitten on his genitals by a TURTLE... and it refuses to let go

In footage likely to make most men wince, the Chinese softshell turtle is seen with its teeth clamped around the groin area of the man's trousers. read

Footballer Ched Evans arrives at court as he prepares to give evidence at his rape retrial

Chesterfield footballer Evans is accused of raping an ‘extremely drunk’ 19-year-old waitress who had been taken back to a budget hotel by a fellow footballer after a night out in North Wales. read

Flight attendant reveals what cabin crew REALLY think of your in-flight drinking

MailOnline Travel quizzed an air hostess from an American airline to find out what's acceptable, what isn't, and how they are trained to monitor the sobriety of their passengers. read

Is it just me? Or should we forget about Christmas until December? asks Sarah Vine

Sarah Vine says supermarkets have already been bombarding her to book her Christmas delivery slot as early as September. Just once, she wants to feel the true magic of Christmas. read

Jordan Harris is fighting for life after falling from a balcony in Sydney

Jordan Harris, 24, from Britain, shattered his pelvis, broke several bones and ruptured both his spleen and bladder when he plummeted from a supermarket balcony in Sydney last week. read

Deadly snake slithers into women's fashion store in Maitland, sliding under closed door

One of the world's deadliest snakes was spotted slithering into a women's fashion store in the NSW Hunter Valley on Monday morning just before the busy lunch rush. read

Smithy's come a long way! James Corden moves into new LA home with infinity pool and chef for £64k A MONTH

The actor, 38, is renting a luxury beachfront home in Los Angeles with his family for a staggering £64,000 ($80,000) a month - after his success over in the States as the Late Late Show host. read

Can you make sense of it? Ancient Parisian palace is flipped 'upside down' in vast optical illusion

Designer Pierre Delavie used a canvas almost 13,000 square feet in size to create an optical illusion on Paris' Conciergerie building, located on the Ile de la Cite overlooking the Seine. read

What kind of black magic is this? Never seen before way to tie a neck tie

A video has surfaced online showing an unusual method to tie a neck tie. With some twists and turns, along with quick final pull, the man completes the maneuver within a matter of seconds. read

Pizza Design Co creates gold leaf topped magherita pizza

A Sydney restaurant has created what it claims to be Australia's first 24 carat gold leaf pizza. The 'Golden Margherita' will be sold for $50 each for one day in October. read

How a sprinkle of cinnamon can soothe your stomach by reducing temperature in the organ

Australian researchers found cinnamon lowers stomach temperature, which helps prevent damage to the stomach's lining. It is used in Chinese medicines to treat indigestion and cramps. read

Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn in new Inge Morath photography book

Austrian-born Inge Morath refused to join the Hitler Youth while studying in Germany and joined Paris' famous Magnum Photos Agency after surviving World War II. read

Iranian child bride faces being hanged for killing abusive husband

Zeinab Sokian was sentenced to death for the 2012 murder of her husband, when she was just 17. As Zeinab married another prisoner while in jail and fell pregnant, her sentence was delayed. read

Diane Abbott 'opposed the proscribing of Al-Qaeda and 20 other terrorist groups shortly before the September 11 terror attacks'

The new shadow home secretary said in March 2001 that many terror groups had been 'described as terrorists but survived to take tea with the Queen'. read

Son of first Yorkshire Ripper victim reveals meeting with Desmond Tutu helped erase anger

Richard McCann was just five in 1975 when his mother Wilma McCann, 28, became Peter Sutcliffe’s first victim - but the 46-year-old father of three has forgiven the murderer. read

John Terry's father Ted 'is living with' 39-year-old mother-of-three

The father of the Chelsea defender is said to have moved in with Evelyn Minkey at a house in Chichester, West Sussex. read

Woman hangs sign from Burswood apartment shaming her cheating boyfriend

A furious woman has hung a huge sign from a Burswood apartment naming and shaming her cheating boyfriend named Dave. The sign says: 'Dave I know you're on'. read

For years sexy underwear’s only flattered tiny sizes. Not any more... How big smalls got beautiful 

The stunning American plus-size model Ashley Graham has just launched her own range of seductive smalls in bigger sizes that gives the likes of Victoria’s Secret a run for its money. read

Amber Tamblyn shares sexual assault details in response to Donald Trump's comments

The 33-year-old actress  took to Facebook on Sunday to describe the moment an abusive ex-boyfriend attacked her in a club. read

Brave women share harrowing sexual assault stories on Twitter

Canadian writer Kelly Oxford posted an account of an older man assaulting her on a bus when she was aged 12, and urged other women to share their stories, sparking the hashtag #NotOkay. read

Australian consulate set to speak to jailed Giuseppe Serafino in Bali

The Australian consulate in Bali is expected to visit Giuseppe Serafino (pictured), 48, who was arrested after Indonesian officials allegedly found hashish at his home on Saturday. read

ISIS has lost quarter of its territory

The land controlled by the terror group in Iraq and Syria has shrunk from 90,800sq km (56,400sq miles) at its height in January 2015 to 65,500 sq km as of October 3 this year. read

Officials are accused of gagging anti-extremism tsar who savages the Government over its failure to manage the impact of mass immigration 

The study by the government's integration tsar Dame Louise Casey (pictured) is said to criticise ministers for failing to integrate minorities and tackle extremism. read

'I fit pipes for a living now': Former England and Chelsea striker Kerry Dixon is working as a plumber after serving time for a brutal pub assault

The ex-footballer, who played for the national side in the 1986 World Cup and scored 193 goals for Chelsea, was jailed for nine months in 2015 after being found guilty of assaulting a man in a pub. read

Pompeii 3D tour reveals villa a banker lived in 2,000 years ago

Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have been working on the project since 2010, in the hope of documenting the area in Pompeii before it deteriorates further. read

British 'ISIS fighter' Sajid Aslam says he wants to return to Britain for fish and chips and insists he is teaching at a Turkish school - but his wife was jailed for helping him reach Syria

Sajid Aslam was part of a group of men three men from Walsall, West Midlands, who were said to have made their way to Syria to fight for ISIS in 2014, but he claims he is working as a teacher. read

Primary school pupil, 11, caused more than a MILLION pounds worth of damage by burning down his school

The 11-year-old boy bottled up his stress and wanted to lash out, a court heard. He used a match to light paper in a storeroom of St Cuthbert and the First Martyrs Catholic Primary School, in Bradford. read

The cut and accessories to flatter you whatever your body shape

Fashion expert Emily Monckton can style you slimmer. With the right cut - and accessories - to flatter whatever body shape you are, you can make the pounds drop off simply when you put on clothes. read

Universities told to use postcodes to pick students

Universities in the UK should boost numbers of disadvantaged students through positive discrimination, advisers appointed by minister Jo Johnson have recommended. read

Oxo dad soon to hit screens as middle-class British family get makeover

For decades, the ‘Oxo mum’, Lynda Bellingham, offered television viewers brief glimpses into the lifestyle of middle-class Britain. But the classic adverts are now to return with the new 'Oxo dad'. read

RMT bosses urge Southern rail staff to sign up to new conditions

Union bosses who caused disruption to Southern rail commuters with a string of strikes have caved in - and are insisting a three-day strike this week goes ahead, causing even more misery to thousands. read

What cancer looks like under fluorescent lights and 3D scans

Collated by the National Cancer Institute, the images were taken at a number of cancer centres across the US. A range of fluorescent scans and 3D images were used in the collection. read

'Shock' decline of common butterflies despite summer weather conditions

The majority of species studied in the annual Big Butterfly Count saw populations fall and some saw their worst numbers since the citizen science project began in 2010. read

Mahendra Ahirwar who lived with his head hanging to one side has surgery in India

Mahendra Ahirwar, 13, was born with a rare condition that made his neck hang at a 180-degrees. But thanks to life changing surgery he can finally see the world the right way up. read

How baby boomers have better mental health than those born in the 1970s 

A study of 19,000 Britons compared the mental health of those born during one week in 1958 and one week in 1970. It found that at 42, the younger group were more likely to feel depressed or anxious. read

Cosmic rays could FRY the brains of astronauts travelling to Mars and cause 'chronic dementia'

The study by University of California, Irvine found astronauts on deep space missions could suffer from dementia and permanent memory loss as cosmic rays bombard and damage their brains. read

Body of ‘very friendly and likeable’ York University student, 20, missing for a week after a night out is pulled from a river in the city

Police have confirmed that the body pulled out of the River Foss in York today is that of missing university student Ethan Peters, from London, who disappeared after a night out last Sunday. read

Rubbish collectors find SEX TOY at the summit of Scotland's Ben Nevis mountain 

Volunteers collecting rubbish on Scotland's Ben Nevis over the weekend were startled to discover a vibrator sitting amid the staggering 589lbs of litter. read

Vladimir Putin is acting like the NAZIS in Syria, says Andrew Mitchell

Tory MP Andrew Mitchell (pictured) said the involvement of Vladimir Putin's forces was equivalent to Germany and Italy ahead of the Second World War. read

Kim Jong-un's North Korea 'will have 100 long-range nuclear missiles within 4 years'

In a report released over the weekend, a US think tank, the RAND Corporation, listed North Korea as the biggest of five major threats the US is facing around the world. read

Strictly Come Dancing star Anastacia on why illness doesn't have to define you

Anastacia, 48, was diagnosed with Crohns at age 13 and has since had breast cancer twice. She is now appearing on Strictly and wants to empower other women who are going through the same. read

Graduates may have to wait years longer for a state pension

Under the controversial plans, anyone going to university would face working until they are almost 70. But those who leave school at 18 could be eligible to start drawing their state pension at 63. read

Angelina Jolie moves into Hidden Hills, where she'll count Kim Kardashian as a neighbor

The actress, 41, moved her six children from Malibu into a new rental costing $30,000 a month in Hidden Hills, a gated community in Los Angeles County, California. read

British border checks will be carried out in Ireland after we leave the EU, under plans drawn up by ministers

Britain is hoping to rely on beefed-up controls at the Republic's ports and airports in order to avoid the return of a 'hard border' with Northern Ireland. read

Passengers are stranded on a Thorpe Park ride for more than 90 minutes as ‘world’s most terrifying roller coaster’ gets stuck 30ft in the air 

The frightened visitors to Thorpe Park, Surrey, were stuck on the 100ft Saw ride for one hour and 45 minutes as theme park workers attempted to rescue them. read

Teenager whose fragile skin falls off at the slightest touch is wrapped in a COCOON of bandages to prevent a deadly infection

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Nicky Zahorcak, 19, from Lancaster, California, was diagnosed with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa when he was born. read

Why are there two different BHS websites, which is the real one?

I was about to buy a lamp I wanted on the new BHS website but before I did, I had another search online and found a different BHS website. What's going on? read

Young British backpacker, 24, is seriously ill in Australia after falling 60ft from a balcony in a SUPERMARKET and rupturing his spleen and bladder 

Avid Manchester City fan Jordan Harris, from Stockport, is living and working in Sydney with his girlfriend. A machine is being used to help him to breathe while he lies in hospital. read

Extremist jailed for raising £3,000 for ISIS-linked terror group now works at Sainsbury's

Father-of-three Mohammed Shabir Ali, 29, of Tower Hamlets, East London, was jailed for three years in 2012 after raising £3,000 for al-Shabaab training camps in Somalia. read

The parkour pooch! Watch Storm the Staffordshire bull terrier run up TWELVE FOOT walls and trees 

Storm, an 18-month-old Staffordshire bull terrier, has an incredible skill for vertical wall running and is trying to beat the world record of 14ft with the help of her owner Alex Manning from Bedford. read

Prince Oscar of Sweden is pictured sitting up for the first time on a visits to a pumpkin patch

Prince Oscar of Sweden, seven months, has been pictured sitting up for the first time in a cute snap from his visit to the Solliden and Öland’s harvest festival, taken by Princess Victoria. read

Bride wears her wedding dress when she and her husband go golfing and for pancakes

Samantha Burns, 30, from Massachusetts, is so attached to the dress that she has worn it golfing, munching pancakes, and dancing on a river cruise, all on the anniversary of her tying the knot. read

How to dress like a grown up: Get ready for a velvet revolution says fashion expert Sarah Mower

Velvet is back and was first spotted at London-based label Preen's show, back in March.The key thing about this season’s velvet comeback is that it's rooted firmly in daywear rather than evening glamour. read

Rodrigo Duterte compares his crackdown on drugs to 'Hitler's Holocaust'

The death toll in the Philippines continues to rise as president Rodrigo Duterte, known as 'The Punisher', claims he will slaughter drug dealers and addicts in his war on drugs. read

Olive oil price set to soar after crops fail and production falls to less than half

A leading supplier has issued a warning that retailers are facing higher olive oil prices and could be forced to reduce shelf space for Italian extra virgin olive oil due to another poor olive harvest. read

What will Tesla release next? Elon Musk teases 'unexpected' product unveiling on October 17

Elon Musk, CEO of California-based Tesla, tweeted: 'Tesla product unveiling on the 17th (unexpected by most), followed by Tesla/SolarCity on the 28th.' read

Life on the streets: Images from around the world capture the hardships of being homeless 

With a UN report estimating that 100million people around the world do not have a place to call home, ran a competition, where participants were asked to capture homeless people. read

Paul Simon biography paints an unflattering portrait of an ambitious musician haunted by insecurities and jealous rages exacerbated by Art Garfunkel

Bullied at school for his beetle brows, chubby cheeks, thickening nose and short stature, singer-songwriter Paul Simon's jealousy of Art Garfunkel began in fourth grade and never abated. read

Afghanistan baby gets head sliced open as part of Islamic self-flagellation ceremony

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Gruesome pictures show a man holding a knife to the head of a baby in Ahmadabad, India while others show men whipping themselves with sharp blades. read

British former glamour model is arrested on suspicion of possessing terrorist material

It was reported last month that 27-year-old Kimberley Miners (pictured), from Bradford, who has posed topless for The Sun, was speaking with a fighter on Facebook who is recruiting women for the 'caliphate'. read

Nip & tuck with Dr Tracy Mountford: How can I boost my bust without surgery? 

Q After I had my third child, my breasts started to droop. I'm only in my 50s, but I wear very supportive bras. Chest creams haven't worked, but I don't want a surgical breast lift - is there an in between? read

Shocking moment security guard PUNCHES a female shopper in the FACE

The worker lashed out at a woman who had accidentally broken a bottle of alcohol while she and a friend were choosing what to buy in a supermarket in the Russian city of Sochi. read

Boy, nine, who lost his leg after being hit by a drunk driver is banned from playing Under-10s football on health and safety grounds in case his false leg injures opponents

Lochlan Olden, nine, of Pontypridd, south Wales, has been banned from playing for Treforest FC after just one game with his new carbon fibre leg, while the club was fined £20. read

Minister Gavin Barwell says let inheritance skip a generation

Gavin Barwell said his mother will leave her estate and £750,000 home to his three sons and two nephews. He made the comments whilst at the Tory party conference in Birmingham. read

Row over Facebook tax is reignited after company received £11.3m tax credit

The social networking giant's UK business enjoyed sales of £210 million last year - but it posted a loss of over £52 million, official accounts show. read

Evil of English villages, by Midsomer Murders writer: Anthony Horowitz says mistrust, suspicion and bitterness make them the perfect setting for mysteries

Anthony Horowitz, 61, who lives in Norfolk, adapted the Caroline Graham novels for the ITV series. He said cities weren't as suitable for murder mysteries as as fast pace dissipated ill-feeling. read

A taste for death? Three-bedroom Victorian house where 'Queen of Crime' PD James wrote her early novels on a typewriter is on the market for £2.5m

The pretty three-bedroom former townhouse built in the 1830s in Kensington, West London, where author PD James wrote many of her early novels, is now on the market. read

Incredible footage captures man SUNBATHING during Hurricane Matthew on roof of Coast Guard station 30 miles off North Carolina

Richard Neal and his fiancée, rode out Hurricane Matthew at Frying Pan Tower, an abandoned Coast Guard Light Station located 34 miles off the coast of North Carolina. read

Remote Haiti communities affected by Hurricane Matthew attempted to be reached by rescuers

Hundreds of people are known to have been killed by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti but authorities are still desperately trying to reach marooned areas devastated by the Category 4 storm. read

Why pet owners are giving their beloved animals medical marijuana 

As medical marijuana becomes more commonplace and legal, pet owners are turning to pot to alleviate their pets' ailments and the market for pot-based treats for pets is growing. read

Husband cannot contain his joy after learning he is about to be a father for the first time when he finds his wife's positive pregnancy test hidden under a baby blanket

Tania Gutierrez, from Houston, Texas, is seen surprising her husband by placing her positive pregnancy test in a box under a baby blanket and then secretly filming his ecstatic reaction (pictured). read

Afghan tribe so remote they didn't know about the Taliban

A thin strip of land in Afghanistan, known as the Wakhan corridor, has remained largely untouched by the Taliban and the US Army, with villagers having little idea of the invasion or war. read

Brazillian schoolgirls 'dug grave for 14-year-old love rival' during brutal attack 

The youngsters, aged 13 to 16, dragged their victim into a shallow grave before repeatedly hitting her round the head and body with a wooden stick in the shocking attack filmed in Trindade, Brazil. read

Shocked mother come into the bathroom to find her toddler son her toddler son has dumped an entire bag of dog biscuits down the toilet bowl  

The British mother comes into the bathroom to find her son Blake hovering around a toilet bowl completely full of small brown dog biscuits, but he does not seem too upset by his actions (pictured). read

Mothers-to-be bare their bumps in relaxing milk bath maternity photo shoot trend

It's the maternity photo shoot that is as relaxing as it is beautiful. Sydney photographer Wendy Atkins said milk baths are perfect for mothers-to-be looking to take the weight off their feet. read

The cat that didn't swallow the canary! Cute video shows feline cuddling and grooming its feathered friends 

A sweet video shows a cat grooming a canary which sits contently, enjoying the pampering and showing no fear of ending up as the feline's lunch. It is unknown where the footage was filmed. read

Indonesia's first Muslim transgender boarding school forced to close 

The only Islamic transgender boarding school (shown) in Indonesia has been closed after a wave of intolerance sparked by the activities of hard-line Muslim groups. read

Naked models use body paint to perfectly camouflage against variety of famous landmarks

New York artist Trina Merry lines her subjects up and photographes them as they appear to blend right into the scenery around them, which ranges from Normandy to Istanbul and New York. read

Mac on...Tory plans to train more British doctors 

‘So what were you doing before you heard that the Government wants thousands of new British doctors?’ read

Incredible $32million Dallas mansion hits the market complete with its own water park

A decadent, eight-bedroom mansion with its own water park in the backyard is hitting the market for $32million in Dallas Texas. read