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How long can YOUR children expect to live? New figures show the SHOCKING differences in

London has some of the most dramatic variations, with estimates for deprived boroughs far below those of wealthy parts just miles away. But there are also huge gulfs elsewhere - including Manchester, where children can expect to live a decade less in good health than in nearby Cheshire. The figures were compiled by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) using data from the most recent census covering 2010-12.

Lord Bamford, pictured here with former Prime Minister David Cameron left the CBI over the organisation's increasingly stringent pro-European views.

A league table produced by the EU showed Finland was the best place to live, while both Scotland and Northern Ireland are more palatable than England and Wales. Edinburgh, pictured, ranks highly despite the weather.

The cost of filling up a typical family car has already risen by nearly £6.50 in the last seven months after unleaded jumped from around £1 a litre to more than 113p.

Antonio Carluccio told an audience at Cheltenham Literature Festival he was confused when he first came to London and saw spaghetti Bolognese on menus - because it does not exist in Italy.

Dominic Cummings, campaign director of Vote Leave, said that without the Ukip leader's intervention, the Brexit side would have won by 60 per cent to 40.

The staff, from top executives to buyers and receptionists, were told about the payment on the same day as 11,000 staff were informed they would lose their jobs.


An article on August 22 'RSPCA rehomed our missing cat and refuse to tell us where he is' claimed that the RSPCA had wrongly rehomed a cat, while refusing to tell its former owners where it lived.

Furious commuters face chaos as Southern trains kicks off strike

Railway staff and union members faced angry backlash from passengers this morning as scenes of chaos caused tempers to flare. Widespread cancellations, delayed engineering work and a broken down train led to a 'perfect storm' on the first day of a planned three day strike by rail staff. Hundreds of passengers crammed into stations across the south desperate to make the commute to London. In Brighton (pictured top and left) frustrated passengers attempted to storm barriers desperate to get place on the occasional train that was running to London. In East Croydon (right) commuters were left standing on packed platforms for hours as they waited for their trains.

Many of those surveyed by Poundland also admitted they couldn't hang a picture, put a new washer in a dripping tap, decorate a room or iron a shirt or blouse.

The survey, commissioned to mark the 70th anniversary of Woman's Hour, left presenter Jane Garvey 'shocked' at the lack of communication between mothers and daughters in the UK.

Poundland is the go-to shop for all things cheap and cheerful but some customers wondered if the store had gone too far after spotting the pink vibrating bullet on the retailer's shelves.

Cancer Research UK was investigating why Britain's cancer survival rates lag behind other Western countries and said receptionists needed more training on speaking 'sensitively' to patients.

Many high street banks have increased interest rates for mortgage borrowers despite the Bank of England reducing the interest rates in an effort to protect their profits, it has been claimed.

Jeremy Hutchinson, QC, clashed with Mrs Whitehouse during her private prosecution of the National Theatre play The Romans In Britain in 1982.

Wikileaks reveals Bill Clinton's closest adviser called Chelsea 'a spoiled brat'

One of Bill Clinton's closest aides, Doug Band, called Chelsea Clinton 'a spoiled brat' and suggested she wasn't concerned about leaving a staff member close to suicide, a new crop of John Podesta's emails reveal. On the heels of last night's second presidential debate, Wikileaks released a trove of conversations from the inbox of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman this morning.

Chinese wave power device is suspiciously similar to a Scottish machine

The unveiling of a Chinese wave power (below) device has prompted suspicion of foul play after it appeared strikingly similar to a model produced at a Scottish factory (above) which fell victim to an unsolved burglary. The Chinese government visited a Scottish renewable energy manufacturer in 2011 after expressing an interest in their innovative new prototype product which used ocean waves to create electricity. Two months later, the plant suffered a burglary where laptops were stolen after the culprits scaled a perimeter fence. But suspicions were aroused when the burglar or burglars headed straight for the first floor office of Pelamis Wave Power, neglecting to take anything from the ground floor office of tech giant Siemens, according to reports.

What gobbles and quibbles we had from Remainers in the Commons yesterday when Brexit Secretary David Davis gave another update on progress.

Mr Clarke said the former prime minister told him he 'intended to advocate remaining in the EU' in January 2013, when he announced the timing of the referendum.

During a two-hour meeting with the interior minister in London yesterday, she stressed that children eligible for transfer to the UK must be moved out of the so-called 'Jungle' before bulldozers move in.

In an excoriating attack on the Government, General Sir David Richards, ex-chief of the defence staff, said there was an 'instinct' in Whitehall that British soldiers 'aren't good'.

Many of those surveyed by Poundland also admitted they couldn't hang a picture, put a new washer in a dripping tap, decorate a room or iron a shirt or blouse.

Former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King, pictured, was speaking as sterling continued its drop against the dollar, resulting in a 17 per cent drop in value since the referendum.

Jane Lunnon, head of Wimbledon High, bemoaned the fact that some girls at co-educational schools 'wear makeup like armour' and constantly feel their looks are being 'assessed'.

Staff at Royal Bank of Scotland were encouraged to squeeze more money from struggling firms. Leaked documents have reignited claims about the state-backed lender.

Sharon White, pictured, the chief executive of Ofcom, accused the corporation of 'not doing as good a job as it should be', in its attitude to older women and minorities.

£2.5million-a-year executive quits after her children say they don't see her enough 

A Tory peer has quit as the £2.5million boss of one of Britain's biggest firms to spend more time at home after one of her children told her: 'I want my mum back.' Ruby McGregor-Smith, 53, has spent nine years juggling her role as chief executive of security and cleaning staff supplier Mitie with raising her two children. But yesterday Baroness McGregor-Smith, Britain's first Asian boss of a top FTSE 250 company, announced plans to step down, saying this was partly influenced by the comments from her children.

If 66-year-old Duncan Foster wants to travel to his local town Kirby Lonsdale, in Cumbria , thumbing a lift is just about his only option after bus service cut from 111 a week to one a day.

The University College London study analysed data from thousands of British children born between 2000 and 2002, who were questioned at three, five, seven and 11 years old.

New survey reveals people are eating less meat than they used to. Twenty-eight per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds said 'that by 2025, my diet will probably be mostly meat-free.'

An international study of more than 12,000 first-time heart attack patients found one in seven had either done heavy exercise or experienced intense emotions - or both - within the hour before the attack.

Glasgow University scientists looked at the records of 525,046 patients aged 40 to 80 who were followed for five years. They found patients on beta blockers twice as likely to suffer depression.

Labour sources told MailOnline that Jeremy Corbyn (pictured) 'was going to sack Conor McGinn anyway' after he blamed him for orchestrating the failed coup in the summer.

The UKIP leadership hopeful has been allowed to leave hospital in Strasbourg three days after being admitted with a suspected bleed on the brain following a 'fight' with a colleague.

The Home Secretary appeared to rebuke the firm during the Tory conference this week, suggesting it recruited 'almost exclusively' from Romania and Poland.

Heartbreaking pictures show a couple cradling their stillborn daughter who died after a

Angela Owens, from Warrington, Cheshire, had been rushed into Warrington Hospital after developing severe pains on a shopping trip. But despite Mrs Owens raising concerns about her unborn baby girl's welfare, a midwife who examined her recommended she be discharged. The mother-of-two refused to leave and was moved to a birthing pool to await labour - only for tests to subsequently reveal the child had no heartbeat. The infant - named Ella - was tragically stillborn, leaving Mrs Owens and partner Paul Humphreys, 31, with a few hours to build memories of the youngster in photos (shown left and right). Today it emerged Mrs Owens had been awarded an undisclosed sum of damages from Warrington Hospital (inset) following the tragedy shortly before Christmas 2013.

Sarah Bailey, 31, from Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, was stunned when Concentrix, which is used by the government to cut tax credit payments, axed her £140-a-week allowance.

Highland cattle enthusiasts descended on Oban today for the 119th annual autumn sale of the animals - and among those displaying their cows was eight-year-old Kate Cameron.

Cancer survivor Maggie Hayes, 78, lost her arm while helping a friend close his car window in Cornwall and said the worst part was not being able to hug her granddaughter again.

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.

The undertaker was forced to apologise to more than 50 distressed friends and family who had sat through a full service at St Cadfan Church in Powys, Mid Wales, unaware it was the wrong coffin.

I could barely walk and struggled to see - but TWO doctors said there was nothing to worry

Following a holiday in Colombia last year, Adam Millward woke up drained of energy and with a pounding headache. 'I knew it wasn't just a hangover,' says the 29-year-old from London. As he would later discover, Adam had leptospirosis - a bacterial infection that's spread through the urine of infected animals, such as cattle and rodents, and that you can pick up in contaminated water, practically anywhere in the world, including the UK.

Femi Nandap stabbed Dr Jeroen Ensink to death in Islington, north London as the victim went to post cards to friends and family telling them of the birth of his daughter.

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.

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.

Polish lorry driver admits killing 4 in a A34 pile up while changing music on his phone 

Polish lorry driver Thomasz Kroker (inset) admitted killing Tracy Houghton, her sons Josh Houghton and Ethan Houghton and her partner's daughter Aimee Goldsmith in a horrific eight-car pile up on the A34, Oxfordshire, in August (left). Ms Houghton (top right with partner Mark Goldsmith) was driving the children (bottom right) home from a family camping trip when Kroker's vehicle crashed into a queue of traffic and shunted them beneath another lorry. Kroker, from Andover, Hampshire, said to have been distracted for around eight seconds while he changed the music on his mobile phone. Pictured right, from left to right, Ethan Houghton, Aimee Goldsmith and Josh Houghton.

John Cahill, pictured, pleaded guilty to six counts of indecent assault on four boys aged between ten and 14 at the St Francis orphanage in Shefford, Bedfordshire in the 1960s and 1970s.

A jury was told that tiny Kayleigh Sheard, from Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, was found by paramedics in a bouncy chair in front of a gas fire, which was on its maximum setting.

Anti-terrorist officers are investigating the source of the Instagram post which threatened a massacre against the McAuley Catholic High School in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

The toddler, who has not been named by police, was found dead after the emergency services were called to the property in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, today shortly before 10am.

Terrifying CCTV footage shows the mob forcing their way through the door of a Santander in Kentish Town, London. They confront the security guards inside with knives and a handgun.

Private John Watson bundled Trooper James Dicks into the back of his car at the Queen's Guards' barracks in Windsor, Berkshire, after finding he had been in a relationship with his estranged wife.

Stephen Port, of Barking, east London, allegedly poisoned four men with lethal doses of the party drug GHB to satisfy his fetish for sex with unconscious men.

Drew Murphy, 47, was working for a war veteran in Greenock, Scotland, and was caught out stealing £20 from his wallet on a hidden camera set up after the victim became suspicious.

The boy was allegedly regularly made to lie across his father's lap as his cheeks were pinched together and the porridge-like mixture poured into his mouth from a cup, the Old Bailey in London heard.

Boy pleads guilty to murder of Elizabeth Edwards and her daughter Katie

A 15-year-old boy has admitted murdering a school dinner lady and her teenage daughter by stabbing and smothering them to death in their beds as they slept. The boy, then aged 14, crept into their bedrooms and knifed his victims repeatedly in the neck while his female accomplice, 14, listened to them 'struggling and gurgling', a court heard. The teenage boy has already admitted murdering the victims in their semi-detached home ahead of the start of an eight-day trial at Nottingham Crown Court on Monday. A girl, also 15, has pleaded guilty to manslaughter but denies murdering popular dinner lady Elizabeth Edwards and her 13-year-old daughter Katie.

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.

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.

Dramatic moment brave passers-by jump into a lake to save a pensioner and his dog from

Dramatic footage shows two men and a woman urgently trying to rescue a man in his seventies from his car which had plunged into a Hertfordshire lake and started to sink. Fortunately the lifesavers manage to get the back door of the car open and pull out the pensioner before the vehicle is swallowed up. He was taken to hospital but is believed to be uninjured.

The only child of the jailed Rolf Harris has again tried to defend the actions of the artist and TV personality by claiming Pablo Picasso was also a paedophile, but his artwork hasn't been removed.

Sir Anthony Seldon, former head master of the top public school Wellington College, in Berkshire, is lobbying the government to introduce new performance measures.

A shocked boatload of divers discovered the man eight miles from Dover on Sunday morning and he is understood to have come from France.

Paignton Zoo in Devon welcomed the rare primate (pictured) last month but there were fears the pileated gibbon - classified as endangered - would not survive following a premature birth.

Leicester City's billionaire owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has bought himself an £11million superyacht, with five bedrooms, bars and a luxury lounge, as premier celebrations continue.

A group of 23 adults and one child were found in the back of the lorry on the M25 on Monday afternoon, the second large group to be found in just four days. Police said 15 people were found on Friday.

Woman forced into premature labour after being scared out of her wits by clown jumping out

A woman gave birth prematurely after she was scared by one of the clowns that are terrorising people all over the UK. The baby arrived a month early after a teenage boy dressed as a clown 'jumped out' in front of the un-named expectant mother in Whitwick, Leicestershire. Details of the event were revealed on an anonymous post on Facebook. The post read: 'Thanks for the concern about my friend. She was eight months pregnant and had a stupid 17-year-old kid jump out on her dressed as a clown.The baby came early but mother and baby are doing good. Please think, old people and pregnant ladies aren't the best to scare. It's a nonsense craze that needs stopping.' The post drew a series of angry Facebook responses, with some calling on the teenage clown to be arrested. The post drew a series of angry Facebook responses, with some calling on the teenage clown to be arrested. Children in Watford were also forced to run in fear when a clown in a car with a butter knife shouted at them.

Children's author Judith Kerr has said people over the age of 75 should keep a 'do not resuscitate' sign next to them to spare their family the anxiety of deciding what to do regarding their death.

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.

It is believed that personal images of Eilidh Scott - lover of Blackburn Rovers striker Anthony Stokes - were raided from her phone's online storage library, leaving her feeling 'completely violated'.

The British presenter (pictured), who works for BBC and ITV, revealed how she had contacted the police a second time after a schoolboy referee sent her an abusive message over Twitter.

Contracted staff at the huge Ineos petrochemical plant in Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, owned by industrialist Jim Ratcliffe (pictured), are allegedly facing the possibility of an end to their 10am break.

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.

‘If I don’t change, I’ll be in one of these caskets’: Terrified Philippine drug dealers

More than 700,000 drug users and pushers have registered with the authorities in the Philippines and to warn them off taking drugs again, they have been trained to make coffins. Authorities hope that with the users seeing the coffins being made, it will encourage them to kick their habit and not become a victim of the war on drugs. Since new Philippines president Duterte was sworn into office on June 30, more than 3,600 people have been killed, mostly alleged drug users and dealers, in police operations and suspected vigilante killings.

Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan have welcomed plans to construct a new pipeline that will carry Russian natural gas to Turkey and on to European Union countries.

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev is warning the world has reached a "dangerous point" as tensions between Russia and the United States spike over the Syria conflict ©Joseph Eid (AFP/File)

The 85-year-old former Soviet leader has called on the US and Russia to restart talks on Syria explaining that stopping them was the 'biggest mistake' and that dialogue must be renewed.

He reportedly limits his publicity visits to military bases, including missile and nuclear tests, as well as to farms and factories within a short distance of the capital, which have all been heavily vetted.

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.

The women, known as Sister Federica and Sister Isabel, tied the knot in Pinerolo, near Turin on September 28 after falling in love during a mission in West Africa.

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.

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.



A judge in Al-Ayina Court in the Saudi Arabian capital city of Riyadh upheld the original verdict that said an eight-months-pregnant Maha Al-Tamimi should divorce from her husband.

As 'locker room talk' hits headlines with the recent antics of Ukip members and revelation as of US presidential candidate Donald Trump, Craig Brown ponders this question.

In her impressive conference speech last week, Theresa May took justified aim at the out-of-touch, sneering elite who, she said, find it 'simply bewildering' that millions of people voted for Brexit.