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Justin Bieber 'throws a punch at a fan in Barcelona'

Canadian musician Justin Bieber has reportedly left a fan with a split lip after throwing a punch in Barcelona, Spain on the way to his international Purpose Tour on Tuesday evening. read

Electoral College electors aim to block Donald Trump's election win

At least six Democratic electors have signed an agreement to try to block Donald Trump from securing the presidency with 270 Electoral College votes. read

Nottinghamshire Police accused of discrimination over recruitment video

Nottinghamshire Police has been accused of discriminating against white straight people after appealing for new recruits from ethnic minorities and the gay community. read

SUE REID: My shocking encounters with health tourists who exploit NHS

A maternity unit at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, South London, was used by around 900 pregnant health tourists last year, costing the taxpayer more than £4 million. read

Ryanair's Michael O’Leary wants to make fares free within five years

Michael O’Leary said his ambition was for Ryanair to give away tickets and make all its money by sharing income from airport shops and restaurants, and has been striking deals across Europe. read

Bin men are sacked for helping an elderly man in Kent

Alex Steven, Robert Jefford and Dave Clark were fired on the same day their employer published a newsletter containing a note from a resident praising their work in Chatham, Kent. read

Madonna's son Rocco Ritchie, 16, 'is caught with cannabis in drugs bust' 

Rocco (pictured), whose father is director Guy Ritchie, was allegedly seen 'smoking or doing drugs' near his Primrose Hill home in North London, reported the Sun. read

Philip Hammond to ban tenancy fees and increase Living Wage for struggling families

As well as banning charges imposed by letting agents, which average £340, Philip Hammond will plough an extra £1bn into welfare spending as he announces measures in his first Autumn Statement. read

£1,640,000,000,000: That's the record debt now owed by Britain...and it's up from £500bn a decade ago

On the eve of today's Autumn Statement, national debt is at a record high and is up a massive £500billion from 2006, which is the equivalent of £25,000 for every person in Britain. read

Government borrowing falls again as economy continues to defy Brexit warnings

Defying Brexit doomsayers, the deficit came in at £4.3billion in October - below the £6billion expected. The figures emerged on the eve of Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement. read

Philip Hammond gets pre-autumn statement 2016 boost

Things appear to be changing for the better for the economy - and just in the nick of the time for the Chancellor as he prepares to give his first major report later today. read

Angry cyclist posts video of collision after he slams into a car in the bike lane

The cyclist, whose Twitter name is BrokenLegs, posted shocking GoPro footage of his collision on the site. It shows him cycling at speed in a London bus lane before the collision. read

Driverless car owners could take blame for crashes even if technology is to blame

The Association of British Insurers called for legislation forcing car makers to collect key data to be used after an accident to establish whether the driver or the car was to blame. read

EBA calls for online security checks that will disrupt future Black Fridays

European Banking Authority says new security procedures are needed and should apply to any online purchase above 10 euros - £8.53. The change would affect sites like Amazon. read

MPs call for Sir Philip Green's superyacht to be seized to help fill black hole

Furious MPs have asked regulators if ‘assets other than cash’ can be used to plug the black hole in the BHS pension fund. This could include the tycoon’s super yacht Lionheart, branded ‘BHS Destroyer’. read

Why shops really keep begging for your email address: They claim it's to send you a receipt. But they actually just want to sell you more 

Dozens of High Street retailers harvest email addresses - including Debenhams, Mothercare, Argos, Halfords, Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, New Look, Next, Selfridges, Wickes and Joules. read

Paul Stewart 'was sexually abused by coach every day between ages of 11 and 15' 

Former England footballer Paul Stewart has said that he was sexually abused every day for four years by his coach. The 52-year-old said it took place when he was between the ages of 11 and 15. read

Target Ovarian Cancer finds that GPs miss nearly half of ovarian cancer cases 

Research found that women were ‘dying needlessly’ because they were fobbed off by doctors who attributed symptoms to other issues such as digestion problems, the menopause or stress. read

Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins 'tweets from prison'

Convicted paedophile and former Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins is alleged to have sent three Tweets while serving 35 years in prison for child sex offences. read

Judge orders children be given an extra Christmas present after they helped catch burglar 

Judge Paul Batty, Honorary Recorder of York, awarded three nine-year-old £50 each after they raised the alarm and helped catch Robert Franklin who stole an 88-year-old's funeral savings. read

Jacek Serafin 'raped woman at music school then carried her to flat to continue attack'

Jacek Serafin (pictured), 29, of Cheapside in Manchester is accused of the prolonged rape of a woman which is alleged to have started at the Royal Northern College of Music in the city. read

Serial burglar who raided Indian tycoon’s Mayfair mansion is jailed

Rightous Garnett, 49, was caught with bracelets, rings, earrings and watches worth tens of thousands of pounds that were snatched during a burglary at the five bedroom townhouse. read

Personal allowances and how you can earn £27,000 tax free for 2017/18

Canny money-makers can end up with thousands more in tax-free earnings every year than the average UK take home pay. Our step-by-step guide reveals how. read

Duchess of Cambridge comforts mother at Place2Be charity awards in London

The Duchess of Cambridge comforted mother Ceri Knapton, who became emotional as her son Ethan told Kate how he was bullied because of his autism at a reception in London tonight. read

Telford Pensioner dies after being crushed by a van outside Sports Direct

The woman, who was in her 70s, died at the scene at the Wrekin Retail Park in Telford, Shropshire, despite the efforts of medics. The driver had to be treated for shock following the incident. read

Woman is shot in house doorway in drive-by attack by two-man scooter team

The elderly woman was attacked while standing in the doorway of a house in Peckmill Green (pictured), in the Netherley area of Liverpool at around 6.10pm this evening. read

uSwitch research shows Big Six energy firms have axed their cheapest deals

Research by uSwitch found five of the big six energy suppliers have hiked the price of their cheapest fixed-rate tariffs by an average of 16 per cent – £129 – since September. read

Wolverhampton girl jumped to her death after failing to get into her university of choice

‘High-achieving’ Harpreet Kaur Hallaith, 18, attended the prestigious Wolverhampton Girls’ High School but had started to get ‘stressed’ about her exams earlier this year. read

England lose at football because too many of them went to private school

Stella Creasy made the claim as she challenged Tory MP John Redwood's assertion that because being scouted as an elite footballer as a child could be life changing, selection would work in other fields. read

George Galloway complains to police after protesters 'throw glitter over him'

Controversial former MP George Galloway was speaking to a group of students at the University of Aberdeen when he was 'glitterbombed' by a group of protestors waving placards. read

Channel 5's Medical Mysteries explores Hereford boy who stopped growing

Doctors say Cohen Yau, from Hereford, who is four and a half but the height of an 18-month-old, is 'a puzzle'. His family, profiled on Medical Mysteries on Channel 5, are desperate for answers. read

Mother who built £25,000 cabin gets criminal record after refusing to tear it down

Horse breeder Lena Banks, 44, who built an illegal cabin in Sheriff Hutton, North Yorkshire has received a criminal conviction after she refused to tear it down. read

One woman dead as Environment Agency warns MORE flooding is on the way

The woman went missing near Folkestone, Kent, at around 7am today. A major search operation was launched and the woman was rescued and airlifted to hospital but later died. read

'That's my girl!' Swedish father reveals the mystery English-speaking homeless girl on streets of Rome is his 21-year-old daughter who suffers from Asperger's and is studying Italian

MailOnline can reveal the mystery woman found in Rome is 21-year-old Embla Jauhojärvi, from Stockholm in Sweden who had travelled to Italy six months ago to study the language. read

Mother is branded 'incestuous' for posting graphic YouTube videos breastfeeding

Expectant mother-of-two Tasha Maile has been heavily criticised for posting several videos of her breastfeeding her two young sons onto social media, with some calling the footage 'incestuous' read

Droylsden toddler saves his father's life when he fell into a diabetic coma 

Mark Jones, 34, from Droylsden, had fallen into a diabetic coma after his blood sugar levels had dropped. But his son Lenny-George managed to grab two yoghurts from the fridge. read

Catholic Church launches 'Sindr': the phone app which helps you confess

The Catholic App, which has been developed by Musemantik, is to be launched in Scotland in early 2017 with the aim of boosting attendance numbers at Holy Mass and Confession. read

Where to find the best mortgage deals as home loans are hit by Trump's election win

The cost to banks of funding mortgages has leapt since Mr Trump's surprise win, and experts expect these rises to be passed on to homeowners. read

Scientists identify ghrelin as the hormone behind the craving for food

A new operation can apparently ‘reset’ your flawed hunger hormone levels for good. And, as Janet French testifies, the effect can be dramatic. She has dropped six stone since having the surgery. read

More parents raise concerns over children's ibuprofen after more complaints

Alison Smith, from Maidstone, took to Facebook to voice her concerns when her four-month-old son Jensen lost consciousness after taking 2.5ml of Galpharm’s Junior Ibuprofen. read

London couple are jailed for sending money to ISIS fighter nephew

Mohammed and Nazimabee Golamaully, from Streatham, south London, wired money to Zafirr Golamaully, who is believed to be fighting on the front line for the terror group in Syria. read

Jamal Owda faces 20 years in Greek prison after judge orders he is extradited

Palestinian Jamal Owda is accused of masterminding a gang which allegedly smuggled more than 50,000 Syrians into Europe in a £7million operation, which he ran from his asylum hostel in Liverpool. read

Hospitals will be docked NHS funding if they do not try to tackle sepsis

Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director of NHS England, said 0.25 per cent of each hospital trust’s turnover would be withheld each year unless they made progress. read

Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle says she 'wants to push through glass ceilings'

Suits actress Meghan Markle has written about her struggles being in two contrasting worlds as she jumps between humanitarian work in places like Rwanda and Hollywood ceremonies. read

Aspiring model, 26, who hid a spy camera inside a tanning booth to film a naked woman breaks down in tears as he is jailed

James Bettles, 26, booked himself in at the Glow salon in Enfield Chase, North London, and placed his HD device inside a towel, before tearing a hole in the material so he could get a good view. read

Father who manhandled his ‘misbehaving’ seven–year-old son during day trip is accused of assault by monk and commits first crime in a century on Caldey Island

Dyfed-Powys Police were called to the assault on Caldey Island off the Pembrokeshire coast, which has a population of just 40 and is home to an order of monks who follow a vow of silence. read

Etiquette expert William Hanson reveals what your TRAINERS say about you

Etiquette expert William Hanson says he has made a 'staggering revelation' in the footwear department and discovered trainers. He does however admit that there is a time and a place to wear them. read

Storage Hunters star accused of stalking claims trader asked for intimate pictures of her

Boudicca Scherazade, of Hampton Court, South West London, fell for antiques dealer Laurence Roche while he ran a market stall in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. read

Sharon Osbourne, Jodie Marsh and Holly Willoughby put their Christmas trees up

It's been 21 days since Halloween and it's still two days until Thanksgiving, but that hasn't stopped some of the stars getting in the Christmas spirit ahead of time. read

Police wade into icy waters to rescue man who drove a suspected stolen Audi TT

This dramatic footage shows police wading into icy waters to rescue a man who drove a suspected stolen car into a lake in St Helens, Merseyside, on Monday night. read

Claudia Connell on three killer punches, two thugs and one unlucky boxer

A silly, childish remark about a haircut was all it took for one man to lose his life, knocked out cold on a pavement in Rugby town centre. read

Qatari women robbed in €5 MILLION heist on Paris motorway

The two Qatari victims, in their 60s, were being driven from Le Bourget airport in a Bentley when they were targeted in a lay-by on the A1, north east of Paris. read

Prolific burglar caught on CCTV trying to break into Worcester home while family slept

Last Tuesday Tom Knighton, 29, was awoken when a motion detection camera sent a message to his iPhone and these are the chilling images he saw when he went through CCTV footage. read

Moment twins conjoined at the head look at each other for the first time

They shared every second of their lives together until last month. But Jadon and Anias McDonald, twins conjoined at the crown of their heads, never caught a glimpse of their closest companion. read

What a sterling effort! Taxi driver finds he can use a new plastic £5 note to de-ice his cab WINDSCREEN (but what have you used yours for?)

Darren Williams, 32, went to his cab to find it frosted over with a thick coating of ice but did not want to go back into his house and potentially wake his partner and daughter before starting his shift. read

Tesco are 'discriminating against state school children by making them queue outside'

Prof Neil Pollock claimed his son and other pupils at the council school in Edinburgh are forced to stand behind a barrier and admitted in small groups. read

Europe prepares to 'act where NATO is unwilling to do so' against Russian aggression

The European Parliament is voting today on plans which would cut through red tape and allow NATO forces to be deployed quicker in the event of a crisis Europe. read

David Davis mocked by top EU negotiator Guy Verhofstadt for branding him 'Satan'

A deal to stay in the single market while curbing free movement will never get past MEPs, Brexit Secretary David Davis was told at his meeting today. read

Apple design guru decorates Claridge's exclusive lobby for Christmas

Sir Jony Ive, head of design at Apple, has designed the Christmas display at Claridge's in London, but the rather basic look of the untrimmed trees has drawn criticism. read

Do 'life hacks' really work? Scientists unveil global experiments to test them

British researchers are recruiting anyone in the world to help them determine if the life hack of rubbing garlicky hands on something made from stainless steal really nullifies the stink. read

Dallas experts develop an app that encourages the weaker eye to work harder

Researchers at the Retina Foundation of the Southwest in Dallas have developed a tablet video game that can encourage children to work their weaker eye harder. read

Obese Philadelphia mother gets revenge on cruel ex-boyfriend by shedding TEN STONE

Alvina Rayne, 32, from Pennsylvania, had a bullying partner who called her a 'fat piece of garbage' when she reached her heaviest at 274lbs (20 stone). read

Dominatrix who is paid to 'torture and humiliate' men reveals weapons she uses

Sex worker Mistress Magpie, 33, known also as Margaret, is based in Plymouth and has specialised in bondage, domination, sadism and masochism (BDSM) for four years. read

The Crown's real stars revealed as 20,000 costumes were designed with attention to detail

The Netflix series tracing the Queen's life in the fifties has been dubbed ‘the most expensive series ever made’, with the first ten episodes costing £100 million. read

KATIE HOPKINS thinks college liberals brainwashing our society is what's stupid

Milo Yiannopoulos, poster boy for young Team Trump was censored from speaking at his old school because exposing pupils to anything other than a liberal viewpoint could be damaging. read

Trump-backer Milo Yiannopoulos was stopped from talking at school amid threat of protests

Controversial journalist Milo Yiannopoulos was due to speak at the Simon Langton School in Kent, his old school, but the talk was cancelled amid fears of protests, much to the dismay of pupils. read

Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle poses aged 14 in never-before-seen photos

The family of Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle (pictured), have shared a never-before-seen family photos of the possible future princess posing in dungarees when she was just 14 years old. read

Prince Harry plants trees on Barbuda on day three of his Caribbean tour

Prince Harry rolled up his sleeves to help plant a sapling at the dedication of a conservation project named for his grandmother the Queen today, on the Caribbean island of Barbuda. read

Trump's 'Farage for ambassador' plot was meticulously planned out

When Donald Trump made Nigel Farage the first major foreign politician he received, the President-elect didn’t so much as upset the diplomatic apple cart as kick it over. read

Nigel Farage may not be so daft as history shows bond with President has benefited Britain

It’s not just the maverick mind of Trump that might appreciate the prospect of ‘the People’s Nige’ taking up residence in the Lutyens-designed splendour of the British Embassy. read

Trump and Nigel Farage's extraordinary bid to oust Britain's US ambassador

In an extraordinary intervention, the US President-elect took to Twitter in the early hours to suggest the acting Ukip leader should replace existing British ambassador Sir Kim Darroch. read

Donald Trump believes Nigel Farage would do great job as Britain's US ambassador

No10 insisted the key post will not be vacant for at least four years after the president-elect tweeted that the Ukip leader would do a 'great job' as the UK's man in Washington. read

SARAH VINE: The luvvies who loathe Donald Trump are bigots too 

All over social media, on stage, screen and on the airwaves, the entertainment world’s leading luvvies have been making their feelings clear: the American people have made a terrible error. read

Nigel Farage gives snootocracy an attack of the ab-dabs in Parliament

How perfectly Establishment types rose to the Farage fly. We had more spluttering and neck-clutching than you’d find in a whooping-cough clinic. read

Trump urges Nigel Farage to help his campaign to ban wind farms from the UK 

Donald Trump used his meeting with Nigel Farage in New York to bring up his 'dismay' at Scotland being 'over-run with ugly wind farms', which he claims has spoiled the view from his golf course. read

If Foreign Office instructed to 'crawl up Bush's a***' isn't Farage well placed on Trump?

Former Washington ambassador, Sir Christopher Meyer, says he was told ‘to crawl up the a*** of the Bush administration and stay there’. Isn’t Farage well placed on Trump? read

Donald Trump will NOT pursue investigations into Hillary Clinton

'My inclination would be, for whatever power I have on the matter, is to say let's go forward. This has been looked at for so long, ad nauseum,' Trump said Tuesday of new investigations into Clinton. read

TV anchors and execs slam Trump for turning his media summit into a showdown

'After the meeting today, though - and I am being human with you here - I think, F*** him!' said one of media members who attended the summit Donald Trump held on Monday afternoon. read

Kardashian clan rush back to LA for Kanye West's 'psychiatric emergency'

The rapper was hospitalized while wearing handcuffs on Monday, forcing his wife Kim Kardashian to cancel her comeback to public life and rush to his side. read

Kanye West gives interview with Surface magazine ahead of being hospitalized

The 39-year-old snapped at the interviewer, went on a rant about his critically panned Yeezy show, and shared his belief that in the future people are 'going to communicate through eye contact, emojis, signs.' read

PIERS MORGAN: Only a matter of time before Kanye West overdosed

I wasn't surprised Kanye was hospitalized. For the past 18 months, the star has behaved in an increasingly erratic manner. I suspect the real diagnosis is he’s suffering from fame addiction. read

Amazon says Grand Tour's launch was 'biggest ever success' for Prime

Former Top Gear stars Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May's new show launched with rave reviews on Friday. read

Google wins data deal with the NHS and is handed 1.6m medical records

The tech giant's secretive DeepMind health business will use the data to help develop a mobile app for doctors, nurses and other medical staff at the Royal Free Trust in London. read

Lea Kapiteli from Melbourne claims she has extraterrestrial DNA and can 'travel' to Mars

Lea Kapiteli, 22, from Melbourne, was 13 when she says she was visited by a presence called Mezreth. Having always felt different, Mezreth said her mum's eggs had been spliced with alien DNA. read

British mother whose son died for ISIS aims to convert suffering to support

Rasheed Benyahia, 19, an engineering apprentice from Birmingham, arrived in Syria in May 2015 and was killed by shrapnel from a missile in Iraq in November last year. read

Sussex girl still missing after disappearing on the way to school on Monday

Jessica Baldwin-Evans, 16, went missing on Monday when she left her school in Sussex. She did not return home that evening and has not been seen since. Police are increasingly concerned. read

Cornwall Police censor private parts of Michaelangelo's David in Facebook post

Police in Saltash, Cornwall, released an image of the statue in a bid to reunite it with the owners, but prudish officers blacked out the private parts of the world-famous statue. read

Map reveals regional drinking stereotypes with home counties spending more on wine

New study reveals our favourite festive tipples and how we like to drink them - based on where we live. Londoners buy Champagne as a gift, while East Midlands gives out beer. read

Why the children of hands-on fathers are better behaved when they reach age 11 

An Oxford University study has found fathers who are more emotionally involved and feel confident about parenthood in the first few months have better behaved children 11 years down the line. read

Essex man accused of murdering his wife by setting her alight after she discovered his affair

Darren Byrne, 40, allegedly murdered his spouse Maria, 35, in the kitchen of their £450,000 home in Theydon Bois, Essex, before trying to cover his tracks. read

President Obama hands out Presidential Medals of Freedom to Bruce Springsteen and more

President Obama gave out his last batch of Presidential Medals of Freedom today to huge names in Hollywood, the world of sports, philanthropy and more. read

What DID Prince Andrew and Boris Johnson chat about at Buckingham Palace?

Prince Andrew, pictured, summoned Boris Johnson to Buckingham Palace for private talks as he jostles for position in the Royal Family and seeks allies in the Government's upper echelons. read

Daughter of former Uzbek president 'has been fatally POISONED' 

The billionaire socialite daughter of Uzbekistan's former dictator, Gulnara Karimova (pictured), is reported to have died after being poisoned. read

Android users tend to be honest while Apple fans are more outgoing

A group of researchers from the University of Lincoln and Lancaster University studied hundreds of people and their relationships with their phones, in the first study to show a link between personality and phone type. read

Apple will replace iPhone 6s battery for free following 'unexpected shutdown' bug

This is the Cupertino-based firm's second iPhone repair program in less than a week after it announced that it will fix the 'touch disease' issue blighting many users' iPhone 6 Plus handsets. read

Kieran McKechnie caught by his dashcam speeding through Liverpool

Kieran McKechnie, 28, got behind the wheel of his taxi and took it on a two-mile race through Liverpool, speeding through red lights and junctions, and ignoring give way signs. read

Moment '12 police officers' handcuff a teenage boy with Asperger's'

Helena Reid, 50, from Sheffield, claimed the response was excessive after Brandon, 15, who has Asperger's, was left with carpet burns on his face after being taken from his parents' home in Sheffield. read

12-year-old grandson of Earl of St Germans embroiled in sacking row at Port Eliot Estate

Albert Eliot, 12, succeeded his grandfather Peregrine Eliot (pictured), the 10th Earl, at the Port Eliot Estate in Cornwall after his death from cancer in July, but a row has broken out at the 6,000-acre home. read

Richard Alden facing Kenyan murder trial for Grace Wangechi Kinyanjui could be freed

Richard Alden, 53, had taken Grace Wangechi Kinyanjui, 42, to hospital in June claiming she shot herself at his house in a wealthy suburb of Nairobi. His murder trial, due to start today, was adjourned. read

Labour MPs will BOYCOTT Trump's speech to the Houses of Parliament if he visits UK

The President-elect is set to be invited to Britain for a state visit next summer, just months after he is sworn in. Diane Abbott (pictured) has warned he should not speak in Westminster Hall. read

Lord chief justice says £180k salary is not enough to attract High Court judges

The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, pictured, who earns £250,000 a year, said the High Court will soon be six judges short because many of the current 106 judges are reaching retirement age. read

Saturday Kitchen star Glynn Purnell’s girlfriend is left in 'agony' after crash

Saturday Kitchen star Glynn Purnell's girlfriend Kerry O'Carroll was left in 'agony' after a crash in Coleshill, Birmingham, which left her car a write-off. read

Jo Cox murder accused Thomas Mair will NOT give evidence in his own defence

Thomas Mair (pictured left), 53, is on trial for allegedly shooting and stabbing the 41-year-old mother of two (inset) outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds, on June 16. read

Essex sisters ‘left a guest streaming with blood after glassing him at a 40th birthday

Amy Merrifield, 21, pictured today, and her 24-year-old sister Rebecca are accused of going on the rampage at the Goals five-a-side football centre in Dagenham, Essex, on January 16 this year. read

Tories slam Britain's top judge after saying we're sending too many criminals to prison

The Lord chief justice, pictured, suggested ministers should look at non-custodial ways of punishing people but Tory MP Philip Davies said his 'left-wing view of the world should be ignored'. read

Migrant boat crashes into the side of a Tunisian fishing trawler as many drown

GRAPHIC CONTENT - A shocking video has emerged of a dinghy packed with migrants sinking in the Mediterranean after they mistook a Tunisian trawler for a coastguard ship. read

Polish ambassador met the Queen shared a video of himself feeding horse carrots

Arkady Rzegocki posted this video of himself feeding carrots to one of the royal horses after taking part in a ceremony to welcome him into his post at Buckingham Palace. read

Rocked in Gibraltar! Extraordinary footage shows passenger plane being tipped violently forwards and sideways as it lands at Britain's Mediterranean territory

Extraordinary footage has emerged of a Monarch aircraft pitching and tipping dramatically as it comes into land at Gibraltar airport. read

EasyJet cafes to rival Starbucks and Costa with 200 new stores across UK

All hot coffees are £1 at easyCoffee shops in London and Southend-On-Sea, founded by easyJet mogul Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou. He plans to expand the business with franchise system. read

Experts reveal high street chains serve meals with FOUR times recommended saturated fat

A cholesterol charity have discovered that women could be eating up to four times their recommended amount of saturated fat in high street Italian restaurants. read

Hofmeister's George is relaunched as a craft beer with his jacket, hat and swagger

Iconic 80s brand Hofmeister - famous for its 'follow the bear' slogan - is being relaunched as a craft beer aimed at hipsters. read

Police reveal astonishing non-urgent calls they have received to 999 operators

Merseyside Police wants to highlight the number of non-urgent calls it receives. The force says of 2,500 calls it receives a day, up to 2,000 of those do not require immediate help. read

Nasa reveals new 'breakfast bars' for astronauts aboard its Orion capsule

NASA's food scientists are working to develop high-calorie products that will taste good and help the astronauts keep a healthy weight. Replacing a meal with bars will help to reduce mass on Orion. read

Bizarre theory claims an alien base hidden in Antarctic in a huge triangular structure

Conspiracy theorists have posted a video on YouTube, in which they claim that US Secretary of State, John Kerry, visited Antarctica last week to visit an 'alien base' within the pyramid. read

Braces could be harming your child's teeth and gums claims expert

Professor Robin Seymour, a leading periodontist and former head of Newcastle University's School of Dental Sciences, warns that in some cases the risks of orthodontic braces outweigh the benefits. read

Cavern Club owner’s daughter reveals photograph of Paul and Linda McCartney

 A woman whose dad ran the famous Cavern Club 50 years ago has uncovered one of the first photos Linda McCartney took of husband Paul - just weeks after they got together. read

Inspiral Carpets drummer Craig Gill dead at 44

Father-of-three Craig Gill and his Inspiral Carpets bandmates were best known for their hits Saturn 5, This Is How It Feels, She Comes In The Fall, Dragging Me Down and I Want You. read

Hartford High School student put into isolation after wearing Children In Need socks

Nikita Childs (pictured), 13, from Northwich, Cheshire, was told to 'take off the socks or go home' because they breached Hartford High School's uniform policy and put in a room on her own, her father said. read

Hundreds of mourners line the streets at funeral of a celebrity bodyguard who protected Abbey Clancy on her wedding day

Ricky Hayden, 27, and his father Paul, were both stabbed when they confronted a group of men who were trying to steal their moped outside their home in Chadwell Heath, east London. read

An incredibly rare BLACK fox is spotted in Dorset - but will it bring bad luck?

The stunning animal, which is black due to a genetic mutation, was spotted by Paul Stevens, a 67-year-old retired engineer from Portland, south Dorset. read

Peterborough care workers are caught on secret CCTV abusing an elderly dementia sufferer

Maurice Campbell, 56, was jailed for two years and four months on Tuesday after 'man-handling' vulnerable Dora Melton, 85, in her own home in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. read

Theresa May makes U-turn as higher earners WON'T be charged more for council homes

Housing Minister Gavin Barwell said the plan would have hurt ‘ordinary working class families’ and would not have saved much money. read

'Delivery drones' used by Amazon in doubt in UK after transport minister voices concerns

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling (pictured) said Britain must be 'much more careful' before giving the green light for 'unfettered use' of the unmanned aircraft in the skies over the UK. read

First Dates contestant Chelsea peels a banana with her feet

Forensics analyst Chelsea, 24 from London, showcased her unusual party trick on last night's episode - and her date Alex was clearly impressed, agreeing to a second date. read

Turkey plan to LEGALISE child rape is abandoned following furious outcry

The proposed new law sparked outcry across the country, with thousands holding protests and opponents vowing to block it in the courts. read

Tennessee school bus crash leaves at least five children dead in Chattanooga

Bus driver, Johnthony Walker, has been arrested after the bus he was driving crashed into a tree killing at least five elementary students and injuring 23 more in Tennessee on Monday. read

Home on Only Fools And Horses council estate sells for £1.1m

Despite the sitcom famously being set in Peckham, south London, Del Boy and Rodney's home in 'Nelson Mandela House' was actually Harlech Tower in Acton, west London. read

Girl and three men killed by lorry 'driven by an inexperienced driver

Four-year-old Mitzi Steady, Robert Parker, 59, Philip Allen, 52, and Stephen Vaughan, 34, died in Bath, Somerset, in the horror crash on February 9 last year. read

Firebomb explodes at Lanarkshire home following Big Fat Gypsy Wedding funeral

The detached bungalow in Wishaw, Lanarkshire, was set alight around 6.30pm on Sunday evening in what police have described as a 'deliberate and targeted attack'. read

Facebook chief blames PARENTS for their under age children signing up to use the site

Simon Milner (pictured) told a parliamentary committee that British parents help their children set up Facebook profiles despite the website's rules stating members have to be at least 13 years old. read

Instagram video shows kids drifting in banned carp sport in Asia

Middle East Drifting, or Hajwalah', is the 100mph car stunt sport that is growing fast across parts of Asia and is slowly being legitimised to stop 'rich kids' from endangering themselves. read

Two men survived car smashing into a tree at 90mph

Alexander Johnson, 23, lost control of his VW Golf as he chased another motorist he'd had some 'banter' with at a McDonald's drive-thru in Benson, Oxon. read

Not quite for children!

From 'Why is Mommy Moaning?' to 'Scouts in Bondage' - these unfortunately-named children's books are full of double entendres and may be just a bit too rude for little ones to read. read

Jail terms handed to teenage murderers referred to Attorney General for being lenient

The 20 year minimum terms given to a teenage couple for the brutal 'executions' of a mother and her daughter have been referred to the Attorney General for being 'unduly lenient'. read

BBC radio archives to be opened up for global audience 

The BBC is set to launch a Netflix-style on-demand service for its radio archives. Director general Tony Hall will announce that the broadcaster wants to create a global service. read

This stretch of Route 66 plays a SONG: The noise of the tyres on a certain rumble strip sounds like America The Beautiful

The stretch of road between Alberquerqe and Tjeras has rumble strips and when the wheels hit the strips, they cause a vibration that are heard as a rumbling melody through the body of the car. read

ISIS video of Yemeni Colonel Abd Al-Rahim Al-Dale'i's assassination

Airport security Col. Abd Al-Rahim Al-Dale'i was executed by ISIS militants as he climbed into a car in war-torn Aden, a port city in the south of Yemen. ISIS later released footage of the callous attack. read

Hackers target ATMs across Europe as cyber security threat grows

Hackers have attacked cash machines in more than a dozen countries this year, using software that forces machines to spit out cash, according to Russian cyber security firm Group IB. read

Man chokes to death after choking during rice ball speed eating contest in Japan

The 28-year-old was among 15 contestants aiming to wolf down five balls of locally grown steamed rice when he passed out having put the fifth 'onigiri' snack in his mouth in Hikone, Japan. read

Friends died in crash on road dubbed ‘bypass from hell’ in Oxfordshire

Brogan Warren, 21, Sam Kay, 26, Nicoletta Tocco, 25, and SamJones, 23, all died instantly when their Citroen Saxo collided with a Mercedes travelling in the opposite direction in Shrivenham, Oxfordshire. read

VR video by drinks giant Diageo simulates the horrors of a drink driving car crash

London-based drinks giant Diageo has released the video to show the devastating effects of driving whilst under the influence of alcohol and the damage it can do to people's lives. read

British man killed by hit-and-run truck driver in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings

John Traynor, 64, died after being hit by a lorry on a desert highway. He was on holiday with partner Julie Galbraith, who was also injured. read

Chicago Alderman Howard Brookins attacked by a squirrel

Alderman Howard Brookins (pictured), of Chicago's 21st ward, was biking on a trail earlier this month when a squirrel got caught in his front wheel, sending him flying over the handle bars. read

Shocking footage by an ambulance member shows more than a dozen vehicles queuing to offload patients into A&E

The video captures the vehicles parked up outside the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff unable to move until the patients are discharged from their care. read

Car ploughs into a little boy on a pedestrian crossing and sends him somersaulting

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: A little boy was left desperately reaching out for his mother in the middle of a road in Ukraine after a car crashed into him on a pedestrian crossing. read

David Wilder murdered Kerry Power in Plymouth home after police ignored 'silent' 999 call

Kerry Power, 36, was strangled by her violent ex-boyfriend David Wilder after she tried to make a so-called ‘silent solution’ emergency call to police when he entered the house. read

Hertfordshire self-build bungalow the size of SEVEN family homes for sale at £2.75m

It's an exclusive offer to create a 21st century country house. But the new owner must knock down the existing 1970s bungalow, near Berkhamsted, Herts, to build this stunning home. read

HIV-infected 'hyena' man who was paid to sleep with widows and CHILDREN

Malawian man Eric Aniva was prosecuted after publicly speaking about his role as a 'hyena' in a BBC documentary. read

Migrants burned down refugee centre in Germany as there wasn't enough Nutella

Protesters shouted: 'There isn't enough Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate', as the dispute escalated during Ramadan in the west German city of Düsseldorf. read

Nasa says there IS a hole in the sun but it's not what conspiracy theorists think

A Facebook user from Mexico shared the images claiming the sun 'reacted' to the object. Others said it was a wormhole. But Alex Young, a Nasa scientist offered a simple explanation. read

Southern Rail driver issues personal apology to passengers for the state of the line

Passengers applauded as the driver of a delayed Southern Rail service from London Victoria made a heartfelt apology over the loudspeaker for any problems they experienced on the line. read

96% of parents can't identify tell-tale signs of fatal carbon monoxide poisoning

Dizziness, headaches and nausea are three of the most common symptoms, but one in six Britons wrongly think a metallic taste in the mouth is also a sign, a new survey has revealed. read

40% of all Britain's £10m plus homes on sale are in London's 'platinum triangle'

Forty per cent of all Britain's homes selling for more than £10million are in just three exclusive London postcodes. Of those 107 properties, only eight are located outside the capital. read

Woman who lied that she had been injured during Paris attacks is JAILED

Laura Ouandjli admitted lying about being in the Carillon bar in Paris, where 15 people were murdered by ISIS terrorists on November 13 last year and has been jailed for a year. read

The VERY modern nativity that is yours for £104 

The ‘hipster nativity set’ has gone on sale in the US and is already dividing the public on whether it is in poor taste or just good fun. A Christian has described it as 'hilarious' but some hipsters are offended. read

Daredevil posts YouTube footage of heart-stopping jump into hotel pool in Mexico

The mysterious jumper, who goes by the name of 8Booth on YouTube and Instagram, frequently posts videos of his shocking antics online. His latest death-defying stunt was filmed in Mexico. read

Shona Sibary is apathetic because she's expected to put everyone else first

Shona Sibary, 45, has been hit by a sense of overwhelming apathy. The mother-of-four suggests it may be because she's grown to resent the fact that she's expected to put everyone else first. read

World's cruelest dining experiences revealed

US restaurants have started to serve live animals like octopus, which joins a long list of cruel food practices such as drowned bird and boiled rat. Here are some of the worst offenders. read

Fife woman was stopped by a bogus police officer who tried to force her out of her car

Police are hunting a man who posed as an officer and tried to force 25-year-old Calise Maclean out of her car as she drove close to the Fettykil Fox restaurant, in Glenrothes, Fife, last Monday. read

Couple send the web into a frenzy as they use their CATS to re-enact iconic movie scenes

Dave and Sarah, from Nottinghamshire, spend their weekends carefully reconstructing iconic scenes from Hollywood blockbusters with the help of their two cats, Willow and Tara. read

Migrant riots force border staff to flee Greek islands

Belgium has repatriated asylum staff amid fears for their safety as chaos continues in islands including Chios. Migrants are frustrated that they are being stopped from continuing to Europe. read

Video footage of a Thai soldier being brutally beaten with a cane

One of his compatriots can be seen hitting him full force with a cane as he crouches in agony at the Cavalry Centre in Saraburi, Thailand. read

Breathtaking Banff, cinematic Kauai and serene Finland: Incredible pictures of the 21 places you MUST visit in 2017

National Geographic Traveler has released its 2017 list of the hottest cities and the best places to visit for nature and culture in the world. Hamburg, Germany and Georgia, US both feature. read

Experts say probiotic yoghurts could relieve anxiety in humans

Researchers at the University of Missouri tested beneficial live bacteria on zebrafish and their responses to stressful situations, but say the findings could be replicated in humans. read

Boy, eight, makes miracle recovery after impaling his eye on a DOOR HANDLE while playing at home in South Africa 

Doctors have saved the sight of South African boy Ryno van der Westhuizen after his eye socket was pierced by a metal door handle in a horrific freak accident. read

Muzzled BEAR is brought in to French nightclub as part of circus theme night

Photos of a muzzled bear in chains at a circus-themed club night in Guipry-Messac, France have stoked the ire of animal rights activists and social media users. read

Science teacher offers a new take on the Diet Coke-and-Mentos explosion

Science teacher Jacob Strickling came up with a new take on the Mentos and Diet Coke experiment by combining the fizzy drink with liquid nitrogen and filming the results in a park in Australia. read

Halfords' Jonny Mason fined after drink driving a golf buggy at Norwegian resort 

Jonny Mason, 52, was caught by police as he drove the battery-powered cart from a bar to his accommodation at Kragero resort in Norway. read

Teenager found guilty of murdering George Osborne's treasury advisor Paul Jefferies

Paul Jefferies, 52, who worked Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), was brutally attacked in his own home in East Sussex. Ben Bamford (pictured) was found guilty of his murder. read

Say hello to the 194mph zero emissions NIO EP9 hypercar

Zero to 62mph in 2.7 seconds with zero tailpipe emissions. That's the promise from Chinese electric car brand NextEV, which will make just six of these $1.2 million road racers for its investors. read

Biggest TV moments of 2016 revealed including Andy Murray winning Wimbledon

TV fans have voted for the most memorable TV moments of 2016, with GBBO, Game of Thrones and Great Britain's victories in the Rio Olympics all scoring highly. read

Facebook tests new iPhone feature for finding free Wi-Fi

Once activated, the feature automatically detects places with free Wi-Fi near your location and marks them on your map. It is not known which countries currently have access to the new feature. read

Greater Manchester fitness fanatic found dead in bed by girlfriend

Callum Staple-Hughes (pictured), 21, from Urmston, Greater Manchester, is believed to have fallen victim to Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS). read

6ft 9in woman from NYC embraces her height after working as fetish model

Aly Stosz, 27, from New York, stands at 6ft 9in and endured years of bullying at school where she was called 'Godzilla' and a 'monster' - but she says she has finally learned to embrace her stature. read

Thief in south-western France is tracked down after police spot his footprint on a MUSHROOM

Detectives were called after a burglary in the commune of Saint-Lys in France's south-western Haute-Garonne department, near Toulouse. read

Want to swim faster? Forget what your instructor told you and SPREAD your fingers

Scientists from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands found that while the effect was small, it could make the difference between winning and losing. read

Heinz is rapped over its empty can-tapping advert that 'could cause injury'

Heinz fell foul of the Advertising Standards Authority because it failed to show the top of the can being taped up to cover any sharp edges as youngsters played with it. read

HM Prison Shotts officer’s wife compliments inmate's Facebook pictures

Killer Jack Cramb, 24, uses an illegal mobile phone to regularly post topless selfies from his prison cell at at Shotts prison in Lanarkshire where he is serving a life sentence for murder. read

Ex-con who threatened to 'go psycho' at his girlfriend is sent back to jail after he punched her

Kevin Yates, 23, from Burnley, Lancashire, sent abusive messages threatening to give his partner Jade Watson black eyes when he was released after a three-year sentence for burglary. read

Charly Babington from Blackpool walks again after losing limbs to a blood infection 

Charly Babington, 41, from Blackpool, went into a coma and was left on life support for over three weeks after suffering flu-like symptoms. She woke up to find her hands and feet were black. read

Caltech and UCLA scientists discover how to replace specific parts of ageing cells

The research by scientists at Caltech and UCLA could pave the way to developing nip-n-tuck style procedures that reverse and slow the ageing process. read

Video reveals sync gear prevented bullets from striking propellers

A video from the Slow Mo Guys, filmed at up to 120,000 frames per second, reveals how sync gear prevented disasters in the air, allowing bullets to narrowly zoom by just before the blades pass. read

Photoreceptor found in worms 50 times better at detecting light rays than human eye

An international team of scientists, led by the University of Michigan, discovered the LITE-1 taste receptor in millimetre-long roundworms, known as nematodes. read

Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen's Pikotaro releases new video with Elmo and Cookie Monster 

The alter-ego of Japanese comedian Kosaka Daimaou received more than 163.5 million YouTube views for his debut hit in September. He's now returned in a Sesame Street sketch. read

Daredevil cyclists teeter on edge of a sheer rock face in amazing drone video

Daredevil cyclists tackled the near 5,000ft high White Line Trial in Sedona, Arizona, which follows a 'scar' along a sandstone cliff face that is known as one of the most dangerous routes in the world. read

The bizarre balaclava that could save you from a chest infection

The award-winning prototype was developed by researchers at Nottingham Trent university and Reutlingen-based German textile machine manufacturer Stoll. read

Your iPhone can be unlocked by a HEDGEHOG

In an adorable new video, a hedgehog named Sashimi can be seen using her tiny paw to unlock an iPhone, successfully passing through the TouchID sensor. read

Never-before-seen photographs of Edward VIII's wedding to Wallis Simpson

Never-before-seen photographs of Edward VIII's wedding to his divorcee lover Wallis Simpson have come to light 80 years after he sparked a constitutional crisis. read

Italian town left abandoned for 35 years after entire population after an earthquake hit 

For more than three decades, the streets of Apice have been empty and buildings have been left to crumble. read

Wild boars rampage through a Luxembourg town and terrorise locals

One family of fearless wild boars is terrorising residents of the small Luxembourg town of Martelange. They say they have been destroying their gardens. read