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Amir Khan's parents slam his wife for her un-Islamic clothes and not wearing a headscarf

Amir Khan has told his family and wife to stop 'bashing one another' and has branded their feud 'childish', stating it 'needs to come to an end'. In a statement on Twitter, the British boxer said the dispute was getting to the point where his family 'would lose a son and a husband'. Khan's parents (bottom right) previously slammed his wife for wearing un-Islamic clothes and no headscarf while denying she has suffered domestic abuse. Model Faryal Makhdoom Khan (centre with husband Amir) , 25, claimed last week that for the past three years she had been bullied 'physically and mentally' by her in-laws. She also said she was considered a 'bad Muslim' if she bared any skin and claims she was even cropped out of family photographs (top right). Today, speaking for the first time over the growing rift, Khan's parents (inset) rejected accusations of bullying and domestic abuse by their daughter-in-law. She then hit back on Snapchat with a picture of their other son Haroon Khan lying on a bed naked (left).

‘I have no idea how I will pay off my credit card bill': Mother's agony after losing

Deanne Forrest (pictured) admits she was charmed into submission by Peter Parker - if that ever was his real name. The 50-year-old artist was looking for a way to boost her modest savings and support her teenage sons through university when a friend recommended Banc De Binary (inset) - a website that would let her trade on the stock market for instant returns of up to 60per cent. Peter, her smooth-talking Cypriot account manager, assured Deanne that the trades she was placing were 'absolutely zero-risk'. When she wavered, Peter became flirtatious, calling the divorcée 'beautiful' and 'glowing' and asking 'dear Deanne' if she would paint a portrait of him.

Boris Johnson to ambassadors at the Lancaster House party about how Britain imported goods from all over the world, including Theresa May's controversial fashion choice.

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Customers say Mark Warner Holidays is demanding the extra cash because the pound has tumbled against the euro since the EU vote.

The news was announced by Northern Ireland Minister Kris Hopkins (pictured). Last week the country's police service faced anger over moves to look at every single killing involving the British Army.

Reporters who cover his public engagements are told no questions about Ms Markle will be answered, although he and the American actress have been an item since August.

The wreckers and the man who calls Corbyn the Messiah: How union behind rail strike is

At the heart of the relationship between Corbyn and Britain's biggest rail unions is Tosh McDonald (pictured, left), the ultra-Left president of Aslef, who has his own name tattooed on his hand (left). McDonald introduced Corbyn to the stage at the union's raucous Christmas party on Friday, a demonstration of the intimate relationship between Corbyn and Britain's biggest rail unions. The union's general secretary, Mick Whelan, is also a long-standing ally of Corbyn. As well as the close ties, Whelan also shows the staggering hypocrisy of the unions. The union has led staff into strikes that caused travel chaos for millions over the last year (pictured, bottom right). Yet Whelan, who has seen huge pay rises over the last two years, personally signed off on the passenger-operated doors for another franchise in 2011 that Aslef now claim are dangerous - an issue at the heart of the dispute.

The Government will have to foot a £50million bill for lost revenue and passenger compensation claims caused by 20 days of industrial action on Southern Rail services this year.

Despite a day of strikes bringing the failing network between the South Coast and London to a complete standstill, passengers still managed to see the funny side on Twitter.

Aslef chief Mick Whelan supported driver-only trains being introduced on Thameslink routes in London in 2011 despite now branding such services 'unsafe' as strikes continue.

Good Morning Britain correspondent Nick Dixon was reporting from Brighton train station this morning, where members of the Aslef and RMT unions are picketing.

Who could possibly express anything but disdain for those bringing mayhem and misery to Southern Rail at Christmas time, writes MAX HASTINGS?

How we fell in love with supermarkets' own-brand luxuries

Budget-conscious shoppers have long turned to supermarkets' own-label products to get more for their money. But now it seems increasing numbers are upgrading to retailers' premium food brands, with figures showing they are spending 13 per cent more on them than they did last year. Analysts predict a record festive season for ranges such as Tesco's Finest, Sainsbury's Taste the Difference, Morrisons' The Best and Asda's Extra Special.

Labour MP Ben Bradshaw, a prominent Remain supporter, raised doubts about the validity of the result in June as he warned people underestimated the extent of cyber-warfare by Vladimir Putin.

The amount of taxpayers' money blown on the 'white elephant' on the island of St Helena could have funded more than 7,500 beds in England's crisis-hit social care sector.

As Childline sees a massive rise in the number of callers questioning their gender identity, SARAH VINE asks if this is an epidemic of uncertainty or just the massively increased awareness.

Can anyone find Boris? A portrait of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson by artist Basia Hamilton has gone missing from London's Polish Club. It disappeared a month ago and has yet to resurface.

Rebel groups announce ceasefire in Aleppo after Syrian forces 'massacre 82 civilians in

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: A ceasefire deal has been struck between the pro-Syrian government forces and the rebels effectively ending the battle for Aleppo that has raged for many years. It comes as the once proud Umayyad Mosque of Aleppo, also known as the 'Great Mosque' now lies in ruins in the middle of Aleppo following intense fighting. Several of the walls surrounding the UNESCO-listed building have been destroyed and pro-government fighters have been inspected looking on at the ruins. And images emerging of Aleppo's citadel and the old city also show how it has been destroyed by the bloody conflict that has left over 30,000 people dead.

The American-based Union of Medical Care and Relief Organisations released heartbreaking pictures of dead children after the alleged gas attack close to the eastern Syrian city of Hama.

As the battle for the city came to an effective end yesterday, residents inside Aleppo who were fearing for their lives took to social media to post emotional messages and plead for help.

For centuries, the city in the north of the country was Syria's economic and cultural powerhouse, attracting tourists from around the world to its celebrated heritage sites and modern buildings.

Felicity Jones dazzles in elegant grey gown at Rogue One A Star Wars Story screening

She's the leading lady in the hotly-anticipated Stars Wars spin-off, Rogue One. So Felicity Jones ensured she was dressed to impress as she slipped into a flowing grey gown for a fan screening in London on Tuesday. Turning heads as she walked the red carpet, the Oscar-nominated actress, 33, oozed glamour in the Grecian style garment. 

The Force is not only well and truly with us again, it seems as if it's never been gone. This time last year the first Star Wars film for a decade hit the silver screen with all the impetus you would expect.

Jack Posobiec tweeted out a a completely unfounded statement about the film, saying: 'Star Wars writers rewrote and reshot Rogue One to add in Anti Trump scenes calling him a racist. Disgusting.'

Brickies and scaffolders were taking in £50000 per year in some areas because of shortage of skilled workers. Hiring outlook was most promising in construction and utilities sectors.

Energy regular Ofgem will be releasing a table to see if families are being ripped off on their tariffs by energy companies. The hope is that households will change if they see what they could be saving.

Mothers who potty-train babies from BIRTH: Believe it or not, it's the new parenting fad.

Jill Williamson (left and inset), from South Croydon, has been 'potty-training' Ryker since birth and swears she knows, from his movements and demeanour, exactly when he needs to 'go' and usually - usually - gets him to the toilet on time. A study published in the scientific journal Urology in 2012 indicated some children develop a habit of 'chronic holding', in which they resist the urge to go to the toilet, leading to constipation, bladder problems and urinary tract infections. And those most prone to the condition are those who were potty trained early - especially before the age of two. According to Feilim Murphy, consultant paediatric urologist at the Portland Hospital in London, the early training interferes with the natural maturing process of the body and brain. Becca Heorton (right), a 33-year-old midwife and mother from Peckham, South London, is not convinced by the warnings, however.

Schools need to make £3bn in savings in the next three years amid a squeeze on budgets fueled by rising pupil numbers, according to the Government's financial watchdog.

A Liverpool jewellers announced that it would not open on Boxing Day. Managing director Peter Wong said in the past there was 'mounting pressure' for retailers to open every day.

He was one of a long line of weather forecasters who came into our homes each night and who made the weather worth staying tuned for - not a tedious interlude with a lecture attached.

Squeezing down narrow chimneys and delivering presents to 700million children in a single night - it all sounds impossible. How does Santa do it? One physicist believes Einstein is the key.

People who are happier in middle age are likely to live longer, experts have found. Over-50s who consistently enjoy life have a 24 per cent reduced risk of dying in the next seven years.

JD Sports workers are 'exploited' and treated 'like scum' at Rochdale warehouse

Many workers are effectively earning less than the minimum wage and are threatened with being sacked if they sit down during long shifts. The practices are taking place despite public uproar about working conditions at warehouses operated by other large retailers, including their rivals Sports Direct, as well as Amazon and Asos. The investigation involves the Kingsway Business Park facility in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, which supplies all of JD Sports' stores in the UK and abroad, as well as its thriving online business.

Kanye West and entourage arrive at Trump Tower but is he visiting Donald?

Rapper Kanye and the president-elect had an extraordinary meeting at Trump Tower on Tuesday morning with West bringing a book of nudes and wanting to talk about violence in Chicago. The trio posed in the next president's personal office (left) before descending to the foyer of Trump Tower where the Republican election winner embraced the rapper (top right). The Secret Service had assessed West as posing no threat to Trump's safety after his time on a psychiatric hold. He was released from hospital in Los Angeles last week. Kanye, who arrived with his mother in-law Kris Jenner's boyfriend Corey Gamble, 35 (bottom left) then tweeted about the meeting - with the final tweet hinting at his own run: '#2024'.

Briton Michael Sandford, 20, has been jailed for 12 months by a Las Vegas court for trying to grab a policeman's gun at a Donald Trump rally in an alleged bid to kill the now US president-elect.

An Amazon delivery driver who was sacked for kicking a woman's door in Sussex claims he was only defending himself from her dog. Richard Jeffries, 46, tried to deliver a parcel to Claire Bewley's home.

Haunting footage captures an ISIS suicide bomber calmly strolling into a Cairo church before killing 25 Christians and injuring 49

Horrifying footage showing the moment an ISIS suicide bomber killed 25 Christians at a Cairo church has been released by the Egyptian government. Abu Abdallah al-Masri detonated a 12kg bomb targeting Cairo 's main Coptic Christian community killing six children and 19 adults, mostly women. A further 49 were wounded in the savage attack on Sunday.

Paul Abbott, 57, was jailed for life with a 15-year minimum term earlier this year after he admitted killing his wife Jacqueline Abbott but was found dead in HMP Long Lartin in Worcestershire on Sunday.

Children's book We're Going On A Bear Hunt brought to life in animated film

The story of a band of siblings setting off in search of a bear has enchanted children and parents for more than 25 years. Now Michael Rosen's book, We're Going On A Bear Hunt, is set to win new fans after being turned into a charming animated film that will be the star of the Christmas TV schedule (it's on Christmas Eve and repeated on Christmas Day). But how did Channel 4 transform the short story into a half-hour adventure? Tanith Carey reveals the secrets behind the film...

The free update, which is now available to Tinder users worldwide, includes a new, swipeable remote control and a large-screen version of the app in HD.

How can Beyonce EVER be considered to have the calibre of Maggie?

Britain's first female prime minister (left) was an obvious choice for the top spot, while second place went to Helen Brook, who set up Brook Advisory Centres in 1964, offering contraceptive advice to unmarried women. They were followed by Labour MP Barbara Castle, who was behind the Equal Pay Act. Feminist writer Germaine Greer and Jayaben Desai, who campaigned for better working conditions for women, were also chosen. The list was completed by Bridget Jones (centre) and Beyonce (right) - apparently leaving no room for influential women such as current Prime Minister Theresa May, American civil rights activist Rosa Parks, or Catholic missionary Mother Teresa.

The latest adaptation of Agatha Christie's famous play may not be a family friendly affair. The director has warned it's no Miss Marple with swearing, police brutality and sex scenes.

If you're sceptical about the paranormal, you may want to read on as thousands of people have taken to Reddit to share their spooky stories - and they'll make your hairs stand on end.

The pair are said to have been out and about not far from his Kensington Palace home yesterday evening as they prepare to spend some time together before Christmas.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Krishna Prasad Bhattarai, 60, developed the tumour in his childhood and suffered with it for 47 years before it was removed by surgeons in his native Nepal.

Horrifying moment petrolhead smashes his £260,000 Lamborghini Aventador into two other cars in a traffic-light pile up after racing another supercar through the streets of London 

This is the horrifying moment a petrolhead smashed his £260,000 Lamborghini Aventador into two other cars after racing another supercar in the streets of London. Shocking footage taken from a passenger in the other racing car shows the black Lamborghini whiz down a street. It overtakes its competitor but is unable to stop in time for traffic lights ahead. 

A new study has shed light on the evolutionary purposes of orgams, revealing how these feelings act as positive reinforcement between partners and can, in turn, motivate our behaviour.

Elizabeth Wigmore, 18, from South Wales, has suffered from psoriasis - which caused her intense pain and bleeding - for four years. She now takes methotrexate each week to keep her symptoms at bay.

Online stores including Asos, Boohoo and Topshop routinely pocket the postage and packaging costs - often called delivery fees or charges - when customers return goods.

News agency AFP releases its best photographs of the year 

This collection of images is taken from Agence France Presse, or AFP's 'Pictures of the Year 2016' - a selection of the press agency's most important and powerful photographs from the past year. Every year AFP, which has photographers around the globe, chooses a selection of their most powerful, moving, shocking or fascinating images, offering a look back at the highlights - and lowlights - of the last 12 months. Pictured, left, a woman is sprayed by police during a public sector protest against austerity measures in Brazil. Top right, A biker shows off his 12-year-old cat named Chiquinho, which always rides with him on his motorbike, also in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Bottom right, people watch the Euro 2016 final match between Portugal and France on a giant screen near the Eiffel Tower, while Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo is evacuated on a stretcher after being injured

Research by scientists at Royal Holloway University has found certain pathogens have adapted to cause less-severe disease and fewer deaths in women.

The number of pupils caught cheating in GCSE and A-level exams using their mobile phones has increased, new data reveals. Sneaking smart phones in to exams has increased by 14%.

A new report has found that HSBC has closed a quarter of its network. Several other banks have also closed branches leaving out the elderly and small businesses that still rely on their local branch.

A fifth of the population are responsible for 81 per cent of convictions, 77 per cent of children brought up without fathers, two-thirds of benefit claims and more than half of the nights spent in hospital.



Queen Letizia arrives for Madrid awards ceremony wearing a sparkly striped dress

Queen Letizia of Spain (left) stole the show in a striped and sparkly Nina Ricci dress that is not even on sale yet as she accompanied her husband to a journalism awards ceremony in Madrid. The 44-year-old, a former television news anchor herself, stood out from the crowd (right) in the midi-dress, which featured sheer panels alongside multi-coloured stripes. The Royals enjoyed a gala dinner at the event, organised by the ABC newspaper - the third largest in Spain, and backed by Spanish bank Abanca.

The software update from Cupertino-based Apple brings long-awaited features such as emojis, along with a number of bug fixes for iPhones and iPads.

Francesca Donnelly, 19, from Watford, says she was beaten by the private hire driver as she made her way home from in Islington, north London, after a night out in the early hours of Saturday.

Tea leaves are still being picked at Cornwall plantation three months after harvest

Britain's balmy winter has seen a record-breaking crop at England's only tea plantation. Crops at Tregothnan Estate in Cornwall have been boosted by exceptionally mild conditions. The region has been even warmer than Darjeeling in India, which is known as the Champagne of Teas, and as such the estate has been able to harvest much later into the season than its illustrious counterpart.

Lilibeth Ambler-Lomax, who was was last seen by her father at Huddersfield railway station in West Yorkshire on Sunday, was found by police in Leeds this afternoon.

When it sank in April 1684, the Schiedam was part of a fleet carrying ordnance, tools, horses and people back from Tangier, the port in present-day Morocco. It now rests of the coast of Cornwall, England.

Tests conducted in March showed the average weekday concentration of cocaine in London's wastewater was 949.3mg per 1,000 people per day - higher than any other European city.

Gillian Simpson claimed she was subjected to 'hostile treatment' following her decision to live as a woman and says she was banned from going into her parents' Lancashire home in a dress.

A snacker's dream or fuelling a dirty habit? Edible chocolate nails are the latest beauty trend - but some people are worried about how hygienic they are

New Zealand nail artist Jessie Mills has created edible nails made out of chocolate - the latest beauty nail craze to sweep the web. A video of her creating them has been viewed on Instagram 57,000 times. But not everyone is a fan, with some saying the nails are 'unhygienic.'

There was a disaster on Channel 4's First Dates last night when northerner Lee, from Leigh, revealed that he had accidentally wet himself during dinner with his blind date and beautiful blonde Abigail.

A velvet Bruce Oldfield evening dress worn by Princess Diana has sold for more than £56,000 at an auction of her iconic dresses in London, with one fetching five times more than expected.

The Prince of Wales visited the Dormition Cathedral in Knightsbridge today, where he met with church leaders and members of the congregation ahead of a prayer service.

Europhiles have repeatedly accused Britain of not having a plan for leaving, but Guy Verhofstadt said the remaining 27 member states are also ill prepared for the country's departure.

Rebecca Dore, 25, claimed her Toyota Yaris did not accelerate as quickly as she thought it would when she overtook a car and a truck while crossing Tidwell Moor to Chesterfield.

Where are the Love Actually cast now 13 years on?

Since its release in 2003, Love Actually has become a bona fide Christmas classic. The singing schoolgirl Joanna (top left), played by Olivia Olson (below left), is now 24, and still singing and acting in LA, while her secret admirer Sam (above, second from left), played by Thomas Brodie Sangster (below, second from left), has appeared in Game of Thrones and the Maze Runner. Martine McCutcheon, who played Downing Street staffer Natalie (above, third from left), was recently announced as a Loose Women panellist (below, third from left), while shy Karl (above, third from right), played by the hunky Brazilian actor Rodrigo Santoro, now stars in the HBO hit Westworld (below, third from right). Hugh Grant, who starred as Prime Minister David 13 years ago (above, second from right), just picked up a Best Actor award for his performance in Florence Foster Jenkins alongside Meryl Streep (below, second from right), and Peter (above, right), picked up Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations for his role in 12 Years a Slave (below, right).

Bill Cosby was back in a Pennsylvania courtroom on Tuesday where a judge was deciding whether or not to allow 13 of the women who have accused the actor of rape to testify against him.

Detectives believe the 29-year-old killed his family members after they found their chopped up remains in cans and saucepans in his Kiev flat where he shot himself in the head as they tried to break in.

Not eating every alternate day can actually halt the progression of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre found.

Luke Maguire and Louise McKever of Ashington Northumberland, claim they have made more than 55 hospital visits since their 10-month-old son Bobby's jab left him racked by convulsions.

German couple's home where they lured young women in to torture and murder them

Wilfried W and his ex-wife Angelika are on trial in Germany accused of murdering two women and torturing at least five more. Dubbed Germany's Fred and Rose West, the pair allegedly lured young women to their 'House of Horrors' by taking out lonely hearts adverts in German newspapers, it is claimed. One victim One victim Christel P answered an advert that said: 'Farmer is looking for a wife. I am kind, nice, gentle....' A short time later she was chained her to a pigsty with handcuffs, stood barefoot in manure wearing underpants. Another victim was held in couple's 'cat room' and chained to the radiator because she made too much noise. One of their victims was dismembered and stuffed into the freezer when she died. Eventually she was thawed through and cremated on a log burner. Her ashes were thrown from a car window on a drive through the country.

Thomas Laessing, 40, a maths teacher and head of tennis at the prestigious St Paul's School (pictured), south west London, harassed a teenage girl by phone and two others on social media.

Florence Jarratt, 98, was allegedly severely injured by workers at the Bupa St Christopher's Nursing Home in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, and left with dark bruises on her arms, nose, right eye and cheek.

Nathan Jack, 29, from Newcastle, has suffered from the disorder, which are believed to affect around one in 1,000 people worldwide, since having a brain tumour as a teenager.

From an overcrowded migrant boat reaching the shores of the Greek island of Lesbos at sunrise, to Nigel Farage celebrating Britain's vote to leave the EU, these are some of 2016's biggest pictures.

The Cupertino-based firm first unveiled the wireless earphones in September alongside the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, but their release date was delayed due to 'technical issues'.

If it works on babies, it'll work on dogs! Adorable German Shepherd sucks on a DUMMY as it lounges on the sofa while enjoying a head scratch

They're designed for stressed parents who want to save their ears from their baby's screams. But dummies can also be used on dogs, so it seems.  A video of a German Shepard sucking on a human nipple replica has emerged online. The pooch appears very relaxed as it lazes on the sofa with the dummy in its mouth. Its owner even scratches its head and ruffles its fur as it reclines on the couch.

Overall, average house prices in the UK have increased by 6.9 per cent in the year to October 2016 - a small slowdown from 7.0 per cent in the year to September 2016.

ONS house price figures showed Essex's Basildon and Berkshire's Slough, where prices have risen 19.9% and 19.6%, respectively, racing ahead of the rest of the UK.

Tonight's supermoon, can be seen around the world and will appear 14 per cent larger and 30 per cent brighter than normal. It will reach peak fullness at 00:05 GMT (19:05pm ET).

A six-foot-long python was found dead in between an iron fence in south-western Nigeria. The enlarged reptile had tried to squeeze its large body through iron bars but was unable because it ate a big dog.

Detective Constable Jim Morrison was murdered outside the Indian High Commission in London in 1991. The off-duty officer had been walking to meet his wife, Victoria, when he spotted a handbag thief.

Women have been proudly sharing pictures of the outfits their partners and husbands hate on social media, using hashtags such as #ManRepeller.

2 Afghan women try to illegally enter Austria found stuffed inside a pair of suitcases

Romanian border patrol officers stationed in the town of Curtici entered the luggage compartment of the train which was travelling to the Austrian capital having become suspicious of the bags. After deciding to open them, they found two women inside (pictured top right), who were trying to reach Austria illegally. The women told police they wanted to get into the Schengen area and had resorted to using suitcases (left and bottom right) because they did not have a valid visa.

Fellow passengers said it was 'chaos' as five crew members surrounded the business class passenger within moments of the Emirates aircraft touching down in Dubai on Friday.

It's a rare sight; a student on University Challenge who doesn't appear terrified of Paxman. Last night saw Goldman, of Oxford, get short shrift from viewers over his apparent lack of respect for the host.

Experts have revealed that drinking Champagne from a wine glass makes it taste better; that wine glasses should never be held by the bowl; and that red wine should be put in the FRIDGE before serving.

The pair were caught on a CCTV camera on Sunday morning taking the tree from outside Marylebone's L'Autre Pied, which boasts Sir Patrick Stewart and Lisa Faulkner among its former guests.

'I'm carrying a baby, you have to respect me': Mother without a first class train ticket is kicked out of her seat by passengers 'who don't want to sit next to a screaming child'... but who is in the right? 

Tyrone Williams, from Bromley, shared a video that captured the moment when the woman was forced out of her seat despite the fact she had an infant in a sling. The mother sat down in the first class section of a Southern Rail train to Brighton. However, fellow passengers argued that she shouldn't be allowed to sit there because she doesn't have a first class ticket but the mother points out it is a priority seat. Southern Rail say that priority seats in first class are available to ticket holders only unless it has been declassified due to disruption.

The student owner is offering a £3 discount from £10 for guests prepared to get scrubbing. Renters at the Glasgow flat will get use of two bedrooms, two bathrooms and free internet and heating.

KFC's Colonel's Club loyalty scheme currently has 1.2 million users in the UK, who were sent an email advising them to change their passwords, although only a 'small number' had been hacked.

In an attempt at dog diplomacy, Japan had planned to give the Russian president, who is known for being a canine lover, a male Akita when he visits Japan on December 15 and 16.

Isle of Wight drowned his daughter, killed pet dogs and hung himself to 'punish his wife'

Keziah Flux-Edmonds (pictured left) was killed by her father Darren (right with his daughter and wife Nikki), 44, who drowned her in the bathtub of the family home in East Cowes, Isle of Wight before laying her body in the master bedroom. The father-of-one also killed the family's two terrier dogs. Keziah's lifeless body was found with her arms wrapped around her beloved pets Arnie and Maximus. Both the dogs were soaking wet and it is believed Flux-Edmonds drowned them too. Flux-Edmonds, who suffered from depression, was looking after Keziah while her mother Nikki Flux-Edmonds was at work for an hour. He sent her a chilling text 25 minutes after she left the house. The inquest heard the long message began with 'Congratulations' and ended with: 'You have left me with nothing, I'll leave you with only memories.' Keziah's grandmother June Lillian Flux is pictured inset leaving the inquest today.

A stuntman escaped from a straightjacket while being towed by a 4x4 along an icy road. The daredevil is now being investigated by police after the shocking stunt in eastern Kazakhstan.

Bailey Jordan from Caerwent in South Wales was a shepherd in the school's nativity and his parents were looking forward to watching him perform - but he started chomping on his nails.

Alastair Cooke, 22, of Perranarworthal, Cornwall, is accused of finding the woman asleep on the couch, taking her to bed and asking if she knew his name before allegedly raping her.

Detective Chief Superintendent David Clark, who oversees the UK's national fraud reporting centre, accused shoppers of leaving their 'crown jewels' on display.

A hacking attack on Tesco Bank last month left 9,000 customers out of pocket and many more wondering whether their money was safe.

Twitter users praise woman's 'genius' fridge hack for keeping wine cool

Clare Potts, 28, inset top, a blogger from Manchester, shared pictures of her inventive hack, which involves pouring the wine into the water cooling section of her fridge, left and right, and Twitter users praised her. Twitter user Andrew Yee said: 'You should have got Time Person of the Year with this idea', inset left. However, not everyone was convinced by the idea and some suggested it would ruin the taste of the wine. Maneki Neko said: 'I'm horrified. An open wine in the fridge is quickly altered by the other food stored', bottom right.

From playing practical jokes to involving yourself in office gossip and politics,  Lee Biggins, founder and managing director of CV-Library, has shared the office mistakes to avoid at all costs.

Luciano Ponzetto, 55, became infamous last year after sharing snaps of his trophy kills. Despite protesting his innocence, people sent him death threats and hate, and he has died in Turin, Italy.

Lt Cdr John Jock Moffat (pictured) described flying through 'a lethal storm of shells and bullets' as biplanes from HMS Victorious and Ark Royal carried out an air strike off the coast of France.

Ash Gibb, 29, from Western Australia, was swimming just metres off the coast when a great white shark bumped against him, before circling him several times as he filmed.

Kelly Marie Renton, 28, from Oldham in Greater Manchester, was left distraught after thugs ransacked her home as she and her partner awaited the arrival of their new baby.

That's gotta hurt! Painful moment artist smashes to the ground after her ladder slips as she puts up paintings

This is the painful moment an artist crashed to the floor after her ladder slipped from underneath her. Zoia Skoropadenko was putting up paintings ahead of her Brussels exhibition entitled Torso. She was climbing a ladder holding on to one of her pictures, tentatively taking each step at a time. But suddenly the ladder slipped out from underneath her and she crashed to the floor.

Science vlogger Simon Whistler, who is based in Prague, Czech Republic, says being kicked in the testicles also increases someone's heart rate and body temperature due to the trauma.

Researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences suggest a new geoengineering method using calcite - a constituent of limestone.

Scotland Yard has received 106 separate allegations of historical sex abuse connected with individuals at 32 London football clubs, including four in the Premier League and two in the Championship, the Metropolitan Police said.


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There's snow stopping him! Genius boy rapidly clears his drive by making a snowplough with his HOVERBOARD 

Clearing the drive of snow after a heavy dump is normally an arduous task. But one genius boy has found a way to speed up the painstaking process. The youngster created a makeshift snowplow with his hoverboard at his home in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. The boy rapidly rolled up and down his drive while shovelling snow at either side.



'Can't believe I could take advice on wrapping presents from a nine year old': Viewers amazed at talented gift-wrapping champion as she impresses with her step-by-step guide

April Horscraft, 9, (pictured) has wowed with her Christmas gift wrapping skills after winning a competition run by retailer WHSmith. She showed the best ways to wrap tricky presents like a teddy bear (right) on ITV's This Morning. Viewers were amazed as she neatly wrapped the toy and then judged Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield's (inset) own efforts.

Chilling cookie dough before rolling it can make it too hard to work with. But New York baker Dorie Greenspan may have the solution: roll it out before chilling, not after.

A huge brawl erupted in a crowd of boxing fans during a World Championship match on Saturday. Before a fight between Anthony Joshua and Eric Molina fans began to throw punches.

MAC on... the Southern Rail strike 

'You're safe. They're all saying they want something called "union boss" stuffed and roasted for Christmas'.



Channel 5's Xmas Excess: Parents Splash The Cash shows mother buy children 96 gifts EACH

Emma Tapping, 28, from the Isle of Man, inset, will be making sure they each get 96 gifts - even though they still haven't used many of the items they were given last festive season. She was accused of 'abusing' and spoiling her children by lavishing them with the gifts that cost £1,500 in 2015, left. But the mother-of-three said the criticism hasn't put her off spending lavishly again this Christmas and this year she started her present-buying in July when she armed herself with a suitcase to carry everything home - and shared a snap of this year's tree on Facebook, right.

The man walked into the store in Istanbul's Bagcilar district carrying a bag and wearing a surgical mask, baseball cap, and sunglasses. When he pulled out a gun, the boy sprang into action.

After a rhinoplasty, chin implant, Botox, lip and facial fillers, Bunny Smith from New York has the same facial features as model Bella Hadid. She's spent $15,000 (£11,800) on the procedures.

British Airways captain reveals how he battled in vain to save his daughter, 14

Hannah Cubin collapsed suddenly after going to a sleepover at a friend's house. Her mother Dawn got an 11pm call from Hannah's friend saying something was wrong and she and Mr Cubin rushed to their daughter's side. While Mrs Cubin performed CPR, her husband gave mouth to mouth before paramedics arrived at the house in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. They spent an hour trying to save the youngster but to no avail and she was pronounced dead from a suspected heart attack.