The Duchess of Cambridge looked like a true English rose this morning as she arrived at London's County hall in a £428 dress by her namesake designer Kate Spade for a day of engagements to Mark World Mental Health Day with Prince William (centre). Kate carried a nude clutch and wore a pair of her favourite court shoes (left) and looked delighted to be visiting the London Eye (right), which she will later take a spin on with William and Prince Harry
British motorist runs over and KILLS Eritrean migrant who was trying to put obstacles in the road to slow down traffic in Calais
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. Police say the victim was one of a group of migrants trying to put obstacles on the road to slow down vehicles in a bid to climb aboard them. The driver, a Briton, had reported the incident to officers.
Clownpocalypse! Leaping out of bushes, chasing school children and even wielding knives - why ARE creepy clowns suddenly terrorising Britain?
People across Britain have been left screaming in terror as a bizarre craze of clown sightings sweeps the country. In Manchester on Sunday night, two girls aged three and four were left screaming as a clown, pictured centre, jumped on the bonnet of their mother’s car when they stopped at a red traffic light outside a shopping centre. It follows a spate of sightings, including one in Leicestershire, pictured top left, and Plymouth, pictured bottom left. In Newcastle, Megan Bell, a 17-year-old girl with a ‘lifelong fear of clowns’, was walking home in the city at around 8pm when she says she was accosted by a man in a clown costume and mask who briefly chased her after she panicked and ran away screaming. In County Durham, a clown, pictured top right, jumped out at four young children, aged 11 and 12, on their way to school. In Hemel Hempstead, a clown, pictured bottom right, spooked shoppers in a supermarket car park. The craze has swept across Britain from the US and police have told those carrying out the pranks to stop, and think of those they have left scared.
'Not only was the love of my life taken from me, but also all of our hopes and dreams': Widow of academic stabbed to death on his doorstep demands to know why knife charges were dropped against killer six days before attack
Dr Jeroen Ensink (left) was stabbed to death by Femi Nandap (inset) as he left his flat in Islington, north London, to post cards announcing the birth of his daughter Fleur 10 days before. When the renowned academic failed to return, his wife, Nadja, went outside to find police had cordoned off the street and the cards her husband had been carrying strewn on the pavement spattered with blood. Mrs Ensink-Teich (right) today demanded an independent investigation into failings by both the mental health service and legal system.
Is X Factor rapper Honey G really David Cameron in disguise? The show's badass singer is revealed to be a middle class recruitment consultant as internet memes comparing her to the ex PM erupt
Honey G (right) is really recruitment consultancy director Anna Gilford (left) who has worked in the industry for more than a decade and has a music technology degree from the University of Salford. Ms Gilford is also a former tennis champion who has even competed for Great Britain at an international tournament in the US. She has won the hearts of X Factor fans across the nation, although some have spotted a similarity to former prime minister David Cameron (inset), with memes going viral online.
John Terry's father Ted, 61, 'is living with' a 39-year-old mother of three young enough to be his daughter
The father of the Chelsea defender is said to have moved in with Evelyn Minkey at a house in Chichester, West Sussex. Mr Terry, who is separated from the footballer's mother Sue, is said to be 'smitten' with his new love and helping out with her children. It is understood Mr Terry met his new girlfriend when they lived on the same street in Chafford Hundred, Essex.
'The truth always wins': X Factor's Brooks Way slam 'false allegation' on Twitter... amid claims they were axed from show after Josh 'broke former girlfriend's nose'
As rumours continue to circulate over their future on the X Factor following shocking allegations, Brooks Way singers Josh and Kyle Brooks are speaking out. On Sunday night, the 17-year-old twin brothers took to Twitter in a bid to shoot down claims that Josh beat up his ex-girlfriend Amelia Clarke and 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.'
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. The pair usually do their training during Storm's daily morning walks, which Alex (pictured left with Storm) says keeps his hound fit and healthy.
Making a molehill out of a mountain: The peaks that will no longer scale the necessary heights because of rising sea levels
While Britain may not have peaks of Himalayan or Everest proportions, hikers have always enjoyed getting out and exploring the dizzying heights offered by the country's mountain ranges. But this could be about to change, as many of the UK's smaller mountains are under threat - facing the prospect of being downgraded and becoming classified as hills due to rising sea levels. The warning came from the Ordnance Survey (OS), the Government's mapping agency. Mountains under threat include Thack Moor in the Pennines and Calf Top near the Yorkshire Dales.
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. It also has a well-equipped kitchen (pictured top), perfect for whipping up a feast on a glamorous caravan park 'staycation'. And a bedroom skylight (bottom left) means the owner can enjoy evenings looking up at the stars while drifting off to sleep. The motorhome (bottom right), known as a 'super-liner', costs £378,000 - almost twice the price of the average English home.
Spectator is killed and eight people are injured after rally car loses control and crashes into a crowd during a race in San Marino
The Renault Clio (pictured left and right) crashed into straw bales on a corner where spectators were watching the race at midday in San Marino. Shocking footage shows the car driving straight towards people enjoying the rally (inset). Henry Anselmino, 57, from Asti, was killed instantly, the race organiser said. The injured spectators - one woman, seven men - were rushed to hospital. Three are in a critical condition. Locals think the driver was unable to stop as the car's brakes had failed.