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Nigel Farage poses with Donald Trump in his New York bling palace

The interim Ukip leader (left) is visiting Donald Trump and his team in New York after saying he would do 'very well' in an EU ambassadorial role. Mr Farage publically supported Trump's Presidential campaign and joined him on the trail in Jackson, Mississippi, where he was introduced by his friend as 'Mr Brexit'. The Eurosceptic was seen getting into a gold plated elevator at Trump Tower with Raheem Kassam (right), who made a bid to be his replacement at Ukip – only to take himself out of the running last month.

Trinny Woodall's 'nightmare' £300,000 divorce battle from beyond the grave

Fashion guru Trinny Woodall is locked in a ‘nightmare’ £300,000 legal battle over the debts of her ex-husband – who died two years ago. The makeover star, who is dating millionaire art collector Charles Saatchi (right), is fighting a bizarre High Court bid to make her responsible for the debts of former rock drummer Johnny Elichaoff (left with Woodall), who killed himself by jumping from a car park roof.

A video has been released of the moment a group of armed police smash down the door of a Costa del Sol flat to arrest two Brits suspected of blowing up more than a dozen cash machines in the area.

Fertility centres are pushing the techniques 'whatever the level of evidence' behind them, say critics. Patients are paying for the extras in their efforts to start a family.

The former Lid Dem leader has attacked International Trade Secretary Dr Fox after he told MPs that a deal could be struck in a simple one-off negotiation with the EU’s ruling Council of Ministers.

Support The Heroes was shut down on the eve of Remembrance Sunday. It allegedly mislead the public over how much it gives to good causes.

Countess of Cardigan reveals the extraordinary story of how a vicious attack by a stranger led her to meet – and then marry – one of Britain’s most colourful, and controversial, aristocrats.

The £4,800 tree is standing proudly 50ft in the air by the clock tower in Leicester city centre, but became somewhat of a laughing stock because the bottom half is completely bare.

Producers have erased any sign of Chris Evans' ill-fated tenure after he quit the show after just one series and will return to the format made popular with Jeremy Clarkson in the driving seat.

The gentleman, named only as 'Chen', had to undergo surgery to remove the painful object from his manhood. The operation in East China's Zhejiang Province was a success.

Mr Vaz submitted the mileage claim on September 3, 2015. But far from being in the UK, Mr Vaz was actually in Tunisia on a four-day trip.


An article last week said the Department for International Development (DFID) gave £5.5 million in UK foreign aid for schools in Uganda which the Ugandan government has now closed. In fact ...

Meghan Markle opens up to PIERS MORGAN about dating and death threats

Meghan Markle’s attitudes to relationships, the death threats she’s received, and some of the dubious TV jobs she’s taken can be revealed – thanks to a wide-ranging conversation she had with Mail on Sunday columnist Piers Morgan over a dirty martini in a London pub. Piers met the American actress in London in June, months before the world learned about her Royal relationship. She hinted about a ‘persistent’ man in her life – and the very next night, she was seen with Prince Harry at fashionable members’ club Soho House.

Prince Harry arrived at Twickenham in southwest London this afternoon to lay a poppy wreath ahead of Remembrance Sunday, but there was no sign of his new girlfriend, Meghan Markle.

Kensington Palace's statement was a passionate howl against the press for once again dabbling their dirty fingers in the stuff of other people’s souls, writes RACHEL JOHNSON.

£100 million Netflix drama The Crown imagines a scene from the private life of the Duke of Edinburgh during on a night on the town with his friends which sees him eyeing up an attractive waitress.

The medal, awarded to a hero of the Crimean War and worth £50,000 despite being badly weathered, was found by a treasure-hunter ‘mudlarking’ on the Thames with a metal detector.

Boris Johnson last night appeared to have won the ‘battle of Brexit Towers’ after an extraordinary row involving Theresa May over the Government’s palatial grace-and-favour stately home Chevening, in Kent.

Retired RAF navigator John Nichol visited The National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire ahead of Remembrance Sunday. He was shot down over Iraq and tortured in 1991.

Kate Middleton joins the Queen at the Royal Albert Hall for Festival of Remembrance

The Queen (pictured right) and other members of the Royal Family descended the Royal Albert Hall for the annual Royal Festival of Remembrance. This year marks the centenaries of the Battle of the Somme and the Battle of Jutland, the 25th anniversary of the Gulf War and the and the 80th anniversary of the first flight of the Supermarine Spitfire. Other royals at the service on Saturday included the Duke of Edinburgh (right, with the Queen), the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall (middle).

John Lewis Christmas advert 'copied' viral YouTube video of dog jumping on a trampoline

He has amused millions as the star of John Lewis’s Christmas advert – but it seems Buster the boxer isn’t the first dog whose escapades on a trampoline have raised a smile. For the festive commercial bears a remarkable resemblance to a home movie which was uploaded to YouTube nearly ten years ago. In December 2007, accountant Christina Glover filmed her boxer, Chago, barking with joy as he played on the family trampoline at her home in Orlando, Florida. The footage has since been viewed more than four million times.

Amazon is launching a 12-day sale culminating in Black Friday, when prices traditionally plunge for 24 hours in a shopping frenzy but it could have a devastating effect on the High Street.

The move from a powerful Commons committee follows a string of controversial cases brought by the charity, which has led to accusations that it ‘bullies’ owners.

Man will be questioned over alleged rape of a British charity worker in the Jungle. The migrant crossed the Channel last month. It's claimed the incident in Calais was hushed up.

In their own words, JASON KENNY and LAURA TROTT describe the childhood setbacks and near-misses that could have stolen their chances of glory.

The playboy businessman who bought BHS from billionaire Sir Philip Green for a token £1 – was arrested by HMRC officers as part of an investigation into the tax affairs of his family firm, Swiss Rock.

While Samantha Buzzard was upset by the supposed lewd innuendo in a comment that Mr Paxman insists was innocuous, she is happy to engage in extremely racy banter on social media.

Julian Lloyd Webber fights to close brothels after his WIFE is mistaken for a sex worker

Julian Lloyd Webber has launched a fight against the illegal brothels - which masquerade as health centres - in South Kensington, London after his wife, the internationally acclaimed cellist Jiaxin Cheng, was mistaken for a sex worker. 'What annoys me is that many shops work so hard to try to pay very high rents through legitimate means, and then you have other kinds of shops getting away with you-know-what,’ the conductor said.

Beatles-inspired tribute to the long list of celebrities who have died this year

More than 40 leading musicians, actors, sportsmen and other personalities appear in this new version of the famous sleeve of the Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band record, released in 1967. But can you name them all?

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell was denounced by Labour MPs last night after he appeared to encourage activists from the Left to gang up on them as well as Tories.

Alison Hewitt was subjected to a vicious campaign of harassment by her ex-boyfriend - and Sussex Police tipped off crime writer Peter James who turned her ordeal into the novel Want You Dead

The ‘dad bod’ has been hailed as the new ideal male physique, with women fawning over famous men proudly sporting a middle-age spread. But it could also be doing serious harm.

Romanian wholesaler POE Limited hoped to build the facility in Staffordshire where it would slaughter the rabbits for the purpose of selling the meat internationally.

The humiliated Skins star, 30, had to call the police after the sex tape was leaked online in the incident, which he branded the 'worst thing' to ever happen to him.

Justin Guy, 44, stole items worth nearly £4,000 from the home in Bournemouth, Dorset. He triggered a motion-sensor webcam belonging to one of the students, which filmed him burgling the house.

Muslim Uber driver fined after he refused to pick up a blind passenger and guide dog

Ahmed Kayd (right), 42, sent Charles Bloch (left) packing after asking if his pet Labrador Carlo would 'lick him' when they tried to get a lift home in Spinney Hill Park in Leicester. Kayd admitted refusing to convey a guide dog under the Equality Act 2010 at Leicester Magistrates Court. He was handed a £140 fine, ordered to pay £327 in costs and a victim surcharge of £30.

Birmingham grandmothers cleared sacks full of leaves only to be threatened for flytipping

Ann Flower, 75, (left) and Margaret Baker, 71, (right) from Birmingham, who cleared 25 bags of leaves from outside their homes have been left outraged after being threatened with a fine for flytipping. It had become so treacherous Ms Baker tripped over and suffered a broken hand, fractured wrist and thumb. They claim to have told the council about the problem on numerous occasions but have not been provided with sacks to clear the leaves. They were told the overflowing bin bags were 'illegal garden waste' and even threatened with a fine.

Newquay man takes dog Walnut on final walk and is joined by hundreds

Mark Woods stole the nation's heart after he appealed for fellow dog lovers to join him on his last walk with Walnut, the 18-year-old whippet he has had since a puppy. Hordes of well-wishers, many accompanied by their own dogs, joined Mark and his family on a wind swept Porth beach in Newquay for Walnut's emotional farewell. Mark carried Walnut across the beach in Cornwall as his health has deteriorated in old age and he's no longer able to walk. Covered in a chequered blanket to keep him warm, strangers comforted Walnut and children came over to stroke the dog as they strolled past the waters edge.

Police name final three victims of Croydon tram crash that killed seven

Police have announced the final three names of the passengers killed in the Croydon tram crash. Donald Collett, 62, of Croydon (pictured left); Philip Logan, 52, (right) and Robert Huxley, 63, both of New Addington, died after the tram overturned. Mr Collett’s family paid tribute to him and said he could 'light up a room with his smile'. Mr Logan's loved ones said he was a 'true family man' who had a ‘magnificently dry sense of humor’. Work to repair the tram lines continued today (inset). Six men and one woman died and more than 50 people were injured when the carriages flipped on Wednesday morning.

Laura Leeks, 34, whose son is four months old, had bought only formula at a branch in Braintree, Essex, and was therefore denied a parking voucher.

Gina Miller, the millionaire businesswoman who brought the legal challenge over Brexit and lives in a £7million Chelsea townhouse, said detectives warned her it was unsafe to go outside.

It is hoped the measure will help reduce pressure on over-stretched family doctors. It will also lead to faster treatments for common ailments, says to NHS chief executive Simon Stevens.

Robbie Williams' The Heavy Entertainment Show was the former Take That singer's 12th album to reach number one, pushing him past David Bowie.

Up to 38,000 parents who have taken time off work to raise a family in the last three years could receive a smaller state pension after failing to tell the taxman they have had a child.

In a two-week stint based around the Amazon depot in Avonmouth, Bristol, a BBC investigator said fellow drivers told him they were expected to deliver as many as 200 parcels per day.

Prince Harry announces Sydney will host 2018 Invictus Games

A new amusing video has been released by Prince Harry(left) in anticipation of the 2018 Invictus Games and yet again he has got the backing of celebrities - this time its Kylie Minogue (right) as Sydney (inset) will host. Harry is all smiles in the footage despite just this week expressing his concern for his girlfriend Suits actress Meghan Markle who was being hounded by media in America after rumours of their relationship began earlier this month. Miss Markle has since been spotted in Kensington, London, staying with her new beau, and fans hope Harry will be taking her to the England V South Africa rugby match in Twickenham. The 32-year-old Prince met Miss Markle when he was introduced by mutual friends whilst out promoting Invicutus Games in her home town Toronto, Canada, where it is to be held next year.

Lincolnshire fraudster jailed after fleeing to South America

Marcus Elliot, 26, fleeced victims out of £250,000 and spent the money on a lavish lifestyle, enjoying luxury meals, buying expensive speedboats, cigars and a Playboy membership. He leased shipping containers and said he would pay a fixed monthly fee and rent them on to the public. However he sold the containers on eBay and pocketed the money instead. In another ruse, he also sold people containers that simply did not exist. When he stopped paying his monthly bill to one firm, they investigated and found he had fled to South America.

Community protection officers handed out a £75 fine after spotting a Renault car parked inside the makeshift bay on Laurie Avenue, in Forest Fields, Nottingham.

Actor Robert Vaughn has died aged 83 surrounded by his family. The star, best known for his roles in Man From Uncle, Coronation Street and Hustle, died after a short battle with leukaemia.

Pigeons moved in to De Vere Gardens, Kensington, west London, pictured, after two hotels where they had nested were demolished to make way for a new £600million development.

Road rage argument shown after woman refuses to reverse her car to let horseboxes go past

The row over the woman moving her car descended into a bizarre war of words about her weight. At one point in the footage, the woman gets out of her car and appears to go to kick the man. She then gets back into her vehicle, saying: 'Call the police 'cause I ain't f***ing moving'. The incident is believed to have taken place in the UK, but the exact location is not known.

Becky Watts's killer Shauna Hoare 'has had to be resuscitated TWICE' 

Becky Watts' killer Shauna Hoare has reportedly been so badly beaten in prison she has had to be resuscitated twice. Hoare, 22, is currently serving 17 years for manslaughter in the all female Bronzefield prison, in Surrey. Her boyfriend, Nathan Matthews, 28, was imprisoned for a minimum of 33 years for murdering his 16-year-old stepsister. A close friend said she had become a target for other prisoners at the Category A jail, which is the largest female prison in Europe.

Research reveals that some of the nation’s best-loved shops levy rates of almost 30 per cent on their credit cards, with those owned by former BHS boss Philip Green among the worst.

Martin and Catherine Joyce, aged 68 and 66, left their daughter notes and warned emergency service crews about the dangerous gas they had used to kill themselves at their Wimbledon home.

Joanna Maynard, 44, was attempting a three-point turn and thought she had just hit the kerb when she ran over and killed Elsie Sprague, 87, in Leytonstone, east London.

NHS England, run by Simon Stevens (pictured) argued it was limited to treating those already infected but three Court of Appeal judges upheld a High Court ruling that it did have the power.

The bizarre celebration - apparently a reference to the similarity between the Turkish word for the vegetable 'turp' and the new president's name - has been taking place in Antalya.

Scotland Yard said that after an exhaustive 10-month inquiry it found the surprise 'confessions' made years into his sentence were without foundation as it dismissed the claims.

The US President-elect launched a charm offensive during a ten-minute phone call with the Prime Minister yesterday, telling her Britain is 'a very, very special place for me and our country'.

Motoring organisation The RAC says a fall in the wholesale price of oil and a steadying in the value of the pound means there is scope for an immediate cut in the price of fuel, has very slightly increased.

Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle visits London

Many members of the Royal family are in the capital for a weekend of national commemorations to mark Remembrance Sunday, with courtiers suggesting Prince Harry (shown right inset) could take Meghan Markle to meet Prince Charles and maybe others at Clarence House over the next two days. The 35-year-old Meghan (pictured in Kensington High Street, left inset) is already completely at home in one of Britain’s historic royal palaces, buying groceries in the local High Street and even cooking for her prince, as the budding romance continues to ramp up. It comes as steamy footage of Meghan Markle has re-emerged of her lying naked in bed (pictured main). The risque scene shows the actress in bed with co-star Patrick J Adams in series three of the hit American show Suits.

Amarna Carthy, 21, from Nottingham, who was killed in Turkey, was wearing a helmet that offered little protection when the quad bike she was riding on veered off the road, an inquest heard.

Residents in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, woke on Wednesday morning to find a house situated in the grounds of one of Britain's most stunning tourist attractions ablaze.

A girl reported she had been taken from the street while walking to school in the Summertown area of the city in September.

Jasmine Gregory is jailed for just three years after being convicted of manslaughter

Gregory left her 14-month-old Robyn Andrews-English in the adult-sized bath after drinking alcohol at their village home in Oxfordshire. On sentencing the 24-year-old mother-of-two the judge called her neglect 'atrocious'.

England v Scotland: Police arrest 13 fans including a teenager

Police have arrested 13 fans as violence erupted in the stands at Wembley following England's 3-0 win against Scotland. One man has been charged with common assault, while three other men are currently in police custody on the same charge. Another was arrested for affray while two have been cautioned for possession of a class A drug, one of which was a 16-year-old boy. Another was given a penalty notice for possessing a flare. It comes after pictures from inside the stadium showed men swinging punches at each other while they are held back by fellow supporters. One man was left bloodied and had to receive medical assistance from the police and security inside the stadium (pictured top left and bottom left). Metropolitan Police told the MailOnline that the 13 arrests were made before, during and after the game.

Ashleigh Harris sued after falling off horse and it could impact horse owners in Britain

Ashleigh Harris, 18, broke her back after falling in a field near Chepstow. She was riding on Polly Perks, a powerful thoroughbred ex-racehorse which belonged to her boyfriend Kieran’s mother. That catastrophic accident four years ago set in motion a chain of events which culminated in an extraordinary £3 million legal battle at the High Court in London, one which lawyers and the British Horse Society say has far-reaching implications for unwary horse owners across the country. Last week, a judge decided that Ashleigh, who is now 18, is entitled to full compensation from 43-year-old mother-of-three Rachel Miller, the owner of ‘badly trained’ Polly Perks.

Kumudu Rupasingh, 38, has received £335,000 compensation from the NHS after doctors at Watford General Hospital did not spot her husband had heart failure - and he died aged 33 in 2010.

Josh Robinson, 22, (right) and Danny Hall, 25, (left) from Ashford in Kent, died in the Austrian Alps when they were thrown from their car during a high-speed race across Europe.

Andy Whelan, 30, from Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, posted a distressing black and white image of his daughter Jessica grimacing in pain as she battled the terminal disease.

Aniyah Todd, from Liverpool, was diagnosed with encephalocele - and her family were warned she would likely die. Doctors revealed she was born without 90 per cent of her brain.

Kelly Baker, 21, of Ilford, will appear in court today accused of helping Matthew Baker and James Whitlock break out of the north London prison on Monday.

Mother-of-three Emma Howard, 45, from Stretford in Manchester, had £45,000 savings yet made claims for income support and council tax after falsely claiming she only had £300 in the bank.

Viewers say this year's M&S Christmas advert beats John Lewis

Within moments of the premiere of the Marks & Spencer campaign tonight, dozens of excited viewers had taken to Twitter to declare it the best festive TV advert - beating long-time favourite John Lewis. The advert shows Mrs Claus waving off her husband on Christmas Eve before she sets out on her own James Bond style mission to deliver a present to six-year-old Jake, a young boy who wants to make his sister's Christmas extra special.

HM Prison Shotts inmate sparks fury by posting topless selfies on Facebook

A prisoner serving a life sentence for murder has been using an illegal mobile phone to post topless selfies on Facebook from his prison cell. Killer Jack Cramb, created the account under the name Maximus Payet and it is believed he has been posting the flirty pictures since 2013. Cramb is serving a minimum of 16 years for the brutal street attack of Barry Bradley in Alva, Clackmannanshire in July 2010. The 19-year-old was the grandson of the notorious Big Mags Haney who was jailed for 12 years in 2003 for ruling a large scale heroin dealing with four other family members.

All non-urgent operations and appointments were cancelled at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust (pictured) for two days last month, after a malicious virus infected the IT system

Yesterday's Court of Appeal ruling means up to £20million may be diverted to provide pills for those at risk of HIV infection due to their high-risk sex lives, including up to 5,000 gay men.

Health bosses at NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) for Bath and North East Somerset yesterday voted unanimously in favour of the new deal with Virgin Care.

4MILLION animals are slaughtered every year to make Chinese 'miracle' youth serum 

Young donkeys are bred (1) and slaughtered (2) for the DEEJ ejiao factory (3 and 4) in Dong'e, China. Ejiao is a supposedly youth-preserving gelatin found in their skin. Four million donkeys are killed each year to meet demand for the 'miracle' serum which goes into health snacks, powders and face creams. There is no medical evidence to support the belief in its effectiveness.

The former Police frontman, 65, soothed a sell-out crowd with his classic hits as mourners outside lit candles and placed flowers in tribute to those slaughtered by three ISIS gunmen last year.

Mairah Teli, 24, received the frightening order in an anonymous note left in her classroom at Dacula High School in Dacula, Georgia, on Friday.

Vladimir Putin is considering quitting as Russian President, a Kremlin expert has claimed. Valery Solovey hinted that Putin, 64, may be forced to step aside due to illness.

The mother of 19-year-old Franziska has received a final demand to pay up after her daughter tragically died in an unexplained car crash in North Rhine-Westphalia just three months ago.

Shacara McLaurin, 23, is accused of pushing an elderly man to the ground outside Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on Thursday as they argued over the President-elect's recent victory.



Once again, prepare for many to close their eyes and refuse to see what impact the Trump presidency may have on Nato, on Europe and on Britain’s hollow ‘special relationship’ with America.

Kensington Palace's statement was a passionate howl against the press for once again dabbling their dirty fingers in the stuff of other people’s souls, writes RACHEL JOHNSON.

With the election of Donald Trump, many in Britain are distressed – and a little nervous – to see old friends in such a position. All the old rules seem to have gone.