A family who raised £225,000 with the help of their community for life-saving cancer surgery for their two-year-old son have been told they must find another £215,000 in a 'punch in the guts'. Little Freddie Hunt (pictured) from Yateley, Hampshire suffers up to 80 fits a day and doctors warned his parents he was a 'ticking timebomb' after a brain scan revealed a tumour the size of a fist in his head. NHS doctors did not have the specialist facilities to operate on a tumour that size so his parents, David and Abi Hunt (pictured with daughter Holly, six), raised £225,000 for surgery in America following a huge community effort. But when they got to Arizona they were told the total would be closer to £450,000. Left: Freddie before Wednesday's flight to the US (bottom) and Freddie at the hospital in Phoenix, Arizona (top).
Big trouble! Furious Trump slams 'so-called' judge's decision to controversially halt his immigration order in morning Twitter tirade and claims 'certain Middle Eastern countries AGREE with the ban'
Donald Trump (pictured) has slammed a 'so-called' judge's decision to controversially halt his immigration order and claims some Middle Eastern countries agree with the ban. US District judge James Robart issued a ruling Friday that temporarily halted Trump's order banning travelers and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. A furious Trump fired off a series of tweets (pictured) on Saturday morning as major airlines started allowing passengers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen to fly to US cities if they had valid documents. The President said it was 'big trouble' when a country could no longer control who can come in and out, before adding that certain Middle-Eastern countries agree with his ban. Trump then took aim at 'so-called' Judge Robart vowing to overturn his ruling. It comes after Qatar Airways was the first to say on Saturday morning it would allow previously banner passengers to fly to U.S. cities following the judge's ruling.
Why we should ALL be following the Scandi lifestyle for a happy, healthier life (and this stunning blogger and her celebrity friends are walking proof that it really works)
The Scandi lifestyle is one of the healthiest and happiest in the world. Need proof? Just look to fitness blogger Faya Nilsson, 30, left and right, who lives in London, and has amassed hundreds of thousands of followers. Faya, 30, who runs the hugely popular Fitness on Toast site, grew up on a farm in a small town in the south of Sweden called Karlskrona, then spent her teenage years in Stockholm, before moving to London just under 10 years ago. She has penned a book revealing how to live like a Scandi and shares her best diet, inset, fitness and lifestyle tips with FEMAIL.
Pictured: Proud dad David Beckham watches Brooklyn skateboarding amid the fallout over hacked emails suggesting he was furious to be snubbed for a knighthood as support grows to make Goldenballs a Sir
Rather than damage his reputation, the numerous allegations surrounding the former England captain and the lengths he has gone to in order to secure a gong appear only to have boosted his public standing further. And the hashtag #SirDavidBeckham has even sprung up on Twitter. Several emails were released yesterday by Football Leaks, the sporting equivalent of Wiki Leaks, appearing to show an elongated push by his PR team to secure recognition from the Queen, and was furious when he did not receive one. Unicef has also leaped to the defence of their ambassador despite allegations that he demanded £6,685 from the charity for a business class flight.
Brave train manager tells a 'drunken racist' solicitor to get off a train after he hurled abuse at a mother and her son and told them they shouldn't be in first class
Alexander 'AJ' MacKinnon (left), 47, was filmed hurling racist abuse at Sanaa Shahid and her four-year-old son Zayn (inset) while the pair were travelling home to Glasgow from London on Virgin train in December. In the shocking footage, MacKinnon is seen swearing at the young boy. But a heroic train guard confronted the solicitor and called him a 'drunken racist' before kicking him off the train (right). MacKinnon appeared at Carlisle Magistrates Court earlier this week and admitted a racially aggravated public order offence. He was fined £1154, plus £50 compensation, a £150 victim surcharge and £85 in court costs.
Lettuce have some! Spanish supermarket shelves are overflowing with vegetables as grocers hoard supplies while in Britain shoppers are facing rationing
Shoppers in the UK are being stopped from bulk-buying vegetables such iceberg lettuce, courgettes, broccoli and aubergines due to a growing fresh produce shortage caused by extreme weather in Spain. But despite the empty shelves across Britain (including at Tesco in Goole, East Yorkshire, right), supermarkets in Spain are displaying an abundance of fresh vegetables (Mercadona supermarket in Mijas, Malaga, left).
Grandmother, 52, who has been married to a British man for almost 30 years after arriving in the UK in 1988 faces being deported back to Singapore
A woman who has been married to a British man for almost 30 years is being held in a Scottish detention centre and is set to be deported back to her home country. Irene Clennel, who lives in Ouston, near Chester-le-Street, in County Durham, was detained at a routine appointment at an immigration reporting centre in Middlesbrough. She has been told she will be removed from the UK and sent back to Singapore.
Washington breathes a sigh of relief as whirlwind Trump flies out to join First Lady Melania for a weekend getaway at the end of another white-knuckle week (but of course he still has Twitter . . .)
President Donald Trump reunited with First Lady Melania Trump on Friday afternoon for his first weekend getaway from the White House after a whirlwind week which left Washington - and the world - reeling. 'I told you I'd win that election,' he told a crowd that welcomed him in Palm Beach after a flight aboard Air Force One. The first lady gave him a kiss at the bottom of the stairs he used to exit the presidential aircraft after the flight from outside Washington.
Traveling with the president aboard Air Force One was Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman, who chairs a panel of business CEOs for the president. The first lady has had no public appearances since the inauguration. She has been at the couple's Trump Tower home in New York while their 10-year-old son Barron attends school.
Glamorous air hostesses, exotic ads and America's earliest planes: Captivating images trace Pan Am's 60-year history from glory to crushing bankruptcy
Pan American Airlines pioneered the era of commercial flight from its bold inception in the late 1920s and won fame as history's most iconic airline, thanks in part to its alluring ads and trailblazing routes. Pictured, clockwise from the left, one of their attractive posters, and the twin-engined amphibious aircraft model, the Sikorsky S-38. Inset is the company's first logo from 1929.
Prince Harry is spotted holding hands with his girlfriend Meghan Markle as friends of the couple say she has 'virtually moved in' - and has even 'recruited a dog-sitter' for a long stay in London
Hand in hand, Prince Harry and his actress girlfriend Meghan Markle (left) walk through the streets of London as rumours of an impending engagement continue to grow. The prince was pictured holding hands with the American-born divorcee (inset), who has been spending a lot of time with him at Kensington Palace since the beginning of the year, after a romantic dinner at trendy private members' club Soho House on Wednesday. Harry, 32, was said by onlookers to be relaxed about being photographed with his new love (right), which is being seen by royal watchers as a sign of how seriously he is taking the relationship. Another indication is that Miss Markle, 35, who is based in Canada where she films the hit television show Suits, has found a sitter for her dogs, Guy and Bogart, who live with her in Toronto.
Apocalypse island: Tech billionaires are building boltholes in New Zealand because they now fear social collapse or nuclear war. So what do they know that we don't?
Some of America's richest people are spending billions quietly preparing for a global Apocalypse and building boltholes in New Zealand. They include the billionaire hedge-fund pioneer Julian Robertson (third from left) and the Hollywood film director James Cameron (third from right).Others, like Mark Zuckerberg (far left) and Larry Ellison (far right), have chosen Hawaii. They fear nuclear war (inset) and the collapse of western civilisation. Steve Huffman (second from right), co-founder of Reddit, has had laser surgery because he does not want to rely on post-apocalyptic opticians.
Bodybuilding father-of-two, 38, died after grazing his arm while unloading a delivery and contracting septicaemia from the tiny wound
NEW A bodybuilder who grazed his arm unloading a delivery has died after he failed to treat the cut - that was half-a-centimetre long. Father-of-two Stuart Wheawall, 38, picked up an infection and contracted septicemia in the tiny wound to his left elbow working in a TK Maxx warehouse in Chesterton, Staffordshire. He fell ill four days later and after he couldn't get a GP appointment dialled 999 and was rushed into emergency surgery on February 16 last year.But medics couldn't save Mr Wheawall, who suffered a cardiac arrest the next day and tragically passed away at the Royal Stoke Hospital.
Pupil of The Krays: The violent psychopath who graduated from the criminal school of London's most notorious gangsters and went on to make millions reveals why he went straight
Steve Tully, 59, plucked up the courage to approach Reginald Kray when he was serving time with the notorious London gangster (inset left with his brother Ronnie) in Parkhurst and went on to rob and scam his way to fortunes. Now going clean, the 59-year-old talked exclusively to MailOnline and opened up on fighting over Reggie's wife, Ronnie's sense of humour and covering himself in his own faeces to get one up on the prison guards. Mr Tully recalls his brutal upbringing, touching stories from inside prison with Reggie Kray and a terrifying first meeting with his mentally unstable twin brother.
History gets REALLY horrible as writer wages war on his 'spiteful' TV rival Lucy Worsley in a row dating back to an appearance on MasterChef
Horrible Histories writer Terry Deary, 71, (pictured right) said Ms Worsley (left) had a 'posh little voice', before describing her as a 'b****'. He referred in particular to their appearance as guest judges on MasterChef together in 2014 (inset), during which he claims there were a 'few needly comments'. It is not clear exactly what was said when they met on MasterChef but fellow guest and academic Mary Beard (also pictured inset) was unable to shed any light, saying: 'I was concentrating on the delicious food!'
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau (left and right, with husband Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada) may seem like she has it all, with a beloved prime minister for a husband, three young children, a successful journalism career and style to top it all off. But Gregoire Trudeau struggled with bulimia as a young woman, and counts the outpouring of support she's received as the most important gift in her life. The 41-year-old recounted her struggle and eventual advocacy at an event on Thursday in Ottawa, Canada, during the country's Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
'He did not break me, I won': Brave woman speaks out after being held captive, chained and tortured for two months in a metal container by a serial killer who slaughtered her boyfriend
Kala Brown, 30, will speak out for the first time after her dramatic rescue from being chained in a storage container and watching her captor, Todd Kohlhepp, kill her boyfriend Charlie Carver. At the time of the rescue, the couple had been missing for two months from their home in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Now, in her first public interview since her dramatic rescue, Brown plans to say later this month on 'Dr Phil' that her captor did not break her. She said in a statement on the shows website, 'No matter what he did to me, he did not break me. He cannot destroy me, and I won'.
Desperate search for lifeguard, 19, who vanished from a friend's house 'after discovering she was pregnant with her ex-boyfriend's baby'
Celeste Smith, 19, from Saltash, Corwnwall, (pictured left and right with friend James Johnson) was last seen on Tuesday evening when she left a friend's house saying she was going home to have a bath. Fears are growing over the safety and welfare of Celeste, who reportedly split up with her boyfriend last month and learned she was pregnant on Monday. Saltash Police said they are treating the disappearance as 'high risk'.
Inside the hidden world of Indonesia's transgender women: Incredible photos reveal life for the 'waria' at a safe haven boarding school where they study religion away from the communities that shun them
Transexual and transgender people are often shunned in the largely conservative country, and many choose to retreat to a community on the island of Java. Here they could, until last year, attend an Islamic boarding school for transgender learners, thought to be the only one in the world. Now the waria - a term which combines the Indonesian words 'wanita' and 'pria', which mean woman and man - often gather in the building to pray, but the school shut after a public outcry last year. Nevertheless, defiant teachers continue to hold occasional classes for those of the 42 students who continue their learning.
Jaws of death: New film lays bare the agony of scores of US sailors who were victims of the worst shark attack in history after their ship was sunk by Japanese torpedoes and their bodies picked off one by one over FIVE horrific days
In 1945, days before the end of the Second World War, the USS Indianapolis was sunk by a Japanese torpedo. Hundreds of sailors were left to fight off attack after attack by sharks. A new film - USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage (pictured, left) - has just come out on DVD in Britain. But it really does not do justice to the story of the crew (top right), many of whom survived (bottom right).
Another Royal appointment for the mini Guardsman: Adorable four-year-old who charmed the nation when he marched alongside a real-life soldier will be reunited with his idol for a Windsor Castle tour
EXCLUSIVE: He wowed the internet after being filmed saluting alongside a soldier at the Changing of the Guard on his fourth birthday (centre). And Britain's cutest royalist Marshall Scott (left) is well on his way to making his dreams of serving Queen and Country a reality. The boy was visiting his favourite landmark, Windsor Castle, with his proud mother Imogen (right, together) when he was treated to a priceless experience - saluting alongside a real soldier at the Changing of the Guard. The little drummer boy has learned military beats from his grandfather and loves to dress up in his special outfit and parade around the house - just like his heroes. An experience which has thrilled children for decades came alive for Marshall when Lance Corporal Paul Edden allowed him to join in with the ceremony. Marshall has been promised a trip around Windsor Castle when the professional Guard is next based there.
Inside the crumbling remains of a haunted Scottish castle where Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess was treated as a hospital patient in WW2
Crumbling and overgrown, this Scottish castle turned Second World War hospital now lies abandoned. Buchanan Castle in Stirlingshire, became a military hospital which treated Rudolf Hess, a leading Nazi who helped write Hitler's book Mein Kampf. It lies to the west of the village of Drymen and the overgrown remains stand within formerly landscaped grounds.
Fangs for the memories! Hollywood's go-to man for false teeth reveals all about the art of creating the best not-so-pearly whites for the big screen (and yes he's British!)
Dental technician Gary Archer has been creating cinema's chompers for more than 20 years. Archer, a Los Angeles-based British expat, is a dental technician known for creating the smiles of some of the silver screen's most memorable characters. He shares the story behind Austin Powers's gnarly grin, Blade's fantastic fangs and other memorable creations.
Is this the hardest puzzle ever? Incredible time-lapse video shows 5,000 piece jigsaw being completed... and each tile is a different colour
The impressive giant puzzle, created by German artist Clemens Habicht, features all the colours in the CMYK spectrum. This makes it extremely difficult to complete, as tiles next to each other are almost identical in colour - but not exactly the same. In the time-lapse video, the jigsaw builders can be seen completing the edges of the puzzle first, before moving inwards.
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A very shaggy dog story: Severely neglected shi tzu named Rosie whose matted fur resembled 'a dirty mop' gets a hair cut after she was found wandering the streets and handed in to vets
A neglected dog whose matted ball of dirty fur made her breed unidentifiable has had a haircut and given a name as the RSPCA launch an investigation into how she ended up resembling a 'dirty mop'. The tiny shih tzu has been named Rosie and was handed into a veterinary practice in Bury after she was found by a member of the public. In addition to her overgrown coat her flesh was covered in deep wounds and her skin was bleeding. Rosie is thought to be aged between three and six-years-old, had no microchip or ID tag when she was handed in to vets.
Beer-drinking, beef-eating tough guys who gamble on raindrops falling from a window: World War II handbook reveals what American soldiers were told to expect in Australia
Australian men were described by the US military during World War II as incoherent, beer-drinking tough guys who would gamble on raindrops falling on a window. In 1942, the US Army handed a 54-page booklet to its soldiers who were sent to Australia during the war to help them deal with culture shock. Titled 'Instructions for American Servicemen in Australia', the handbook's overriding theme was that the two countries shared a robust military and cultural alliance. But 75 years later, it gives a compelling insight into America's perception of Australians and reveals what the US Army told its men about Australian soldiers.
Wheelchair bound woman who was shunned by the fashion industry has her modelling dreams fulfilled after being signed up for a 'game-changing' runway show
Model Alexandra Kutas, 23, who lives in Dnipro, Ukraine, told Femail: 'I think this could be a real game-changer in the fashion world. Alexandra, who suffered a spinal cord injury at birth, has never been able to walk - but that hasn't stopped her from chasing her dreams. With the help of New York-based friend Blake Wind, who is also in a wheelchair, she was put into contact with acclaimed Ukrainian fashion designer Fedor Vozianov, who offered to make her the face of his upcoming collection in two runway shows.