Leicester City's Ahmed Musa arrested over 'wife beating'

The Nigerian striker, 24, who cost the Premier League club a record fee of £16.6million, was quizzed by police at his £850,000 five-bedroom home in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire. Officers swooped at his home on Tuesday night in response to a domestic abuse complaint, just hours after his side's 2-0 win over Sunderland.

An urgent plea for a doctor was made on the flight after Hong Kong couple's nine-month-old baby began to have a fit. Dr Fox was a family doctor for a decade before getting into politics.

The surge will raise pressure on the Government to scrap the aid promise at a time when vital services at home such as social care, the NHS and schools are so squeezed.

Victoria Resetnjova was bitten in the face and thrown in the air by the head 'like a toy' in the Jenkins' Dale area of Chatham, Kent just before 5.30pm yesterday.

Theresa May was forced to charter a private jet to conduct sensitive Government business in the Middle East – after Prince Charles booked her official plane for a tour of Europe.

Marmite could boost brain activity, according to scientists, while some countries have outright banned it. For a humble yeast spread, there’s a lot of things to love — or hate — about it...

Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham praised the Mail for uncovering the scandal which led 11 leading charities being forced to hand over £138,000 in fines.

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An article on March 21 said that the warship ‘HMS Illustrious’ had served in the Falklands conflict and travelled 100,000 miles during service.

Gibraltar police probe Spanish officer 'who waved a GUN at people waiting to leave The Rock as locals blast 'bully boy' border guards for causing huge delays

Gibraltar police are probing claims a Guardia Civil officer patrolling the border pointed his gun at people trying to cross the frontier as residents faced a five-hour wait due to additional security checks. Spanish border officials imposed additional checks this morning less than 24 hours after a Spanish warship entered Gibraltarian waters amid worsening relations between London and Madrid. A spokesman for the Government of Gibraltar said: ‘Spain is taking advantage of the situation by bullying tactics at the border. Today’s queues bring the issues that have surfaced this week down to the human reality of what Gibraltar is facing. Gibraltar is a tiny cramped place and long border queues bring the whole town to a halt. It’s not just affecting those trying to cross the border but also preventing people getting home from work or getting to the airport.’

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said President Bashar al Assad’s regime appeared to have carried out the attack, adding: ‘I’d like to see those culpable pay a price.’

Theresa May has held intensive talks with Saudi ministers to encourage £1.6trillion state-owned oil firm Aramco to float five per cent of its shares on the London Stock Exchange.

Theresa May will accuse Labour and Liberal Democrat local authorities of hiking up the price of council tax at the launch of her party's local elections campaign in Nottinghamshire later today.

Peperami, bags of Doritos and packs of Minstrels and M&Ms; are getting smaller in a new round of 'shrinkflation', but prices will stay the same across UK supermarkets.

The mother – who is so opposed to everyday medicines that she refuses to give her sons Calpol liquid paracetamol – was ordered by a judge to allow the injections to go ahead.

Jon Platt, pictured with his wife Sally will discover today if the Supreme Court will uphold a High Court decision which quashed a fine levied by the Isle of Wight council for taking his daughter on holiday.

Uber has been accused of bamboozling drivers with a limited grasp of English by using contracts 'written in gibberish' according to a cross-party Commons committee of MPs.

Justice Secretary Liz Truss has been asked to review a rise in probate fees after a group of MPs and peers said it amounts to a new tax, meaning Parliament will need to vote on it.

Cambridge University researchers discovered how sugary foods eaten during pregnancy may permanently disrupt crucial processes in the mother and child.

Livingstone wears Che Guevara shirt with Corbyn's face

Ken Livingstone was snapped sporting a t-shirt displaying Jeremy Corbyn as Che Guevara (left) just hours after he was suspended from the Labour Party. The former mayor looked forlorn as he took his golden Labrador for a walk near his London home today. Mr Livingstone has refused to apologise for his Hitler rants today despite Mr Corbyn bowing to party outrage and ordering a new inquiry into his behaviour.

Prof Anthony Glees (left), of Buckingham University, said undergraduates were happy to demand ‘safe spaces’ to avoid old-fashioned thinking while giving free rein to hardliners.

The so-called Lifetime Isa offers a 25 per cent top up on contributions up to £4,000 a year if the money is used for a first home or retirement. But UK banks have refused to sign up to the scheme.

The former Labour leader said an image of himself making a rude hand gesture while studying at Oxford (pictured) was just one example of 'bad stuff' that could have derailed his career

Monk 'ran sex club with young boys' at Catholic School

Father Jeremy Sierla (right), 59, remained in his job at £30,000-a-year Ampleforth College (left) in Yorkshire for eight years after allegations of misconduct were first made against him. The monk was accused of summoning pupils to his study in their pyjamas before 'giving them alcohol and asking them to perform sex acts', according to former students. A criminal investigation was launched in 2004 but no charges were ever brought against him.

Dominic Hill, 32, from Manchester, stalked his victims in the early hours of the morning as they were on their way to work, before grabbing them and dragging them to an isolated area

Vadims Ruskuls, 25, is accused of sexually assaulting and murdering hotel housekeeper Pardeep Kaur under a motorway bridge as she walked to work in Middlesex.

Giovanna Chirico, 34, who was engaged to marry Mark Trussler, was arrested during a police raid on her home in Worthing, West Sussex after officers found £3,165-worth of amphetamines.

Carol Rohan Beyt (pictured) claimed damages after a worker photographed her urinating at US President Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf course on April 11 last year.

DS Alistair Stilgoe (pictured), from Buckinghamshire, was said to have attacked Peter Blackburn in a toilet after he heard how the officer was having Sunday sex sessions with his wife.

Cerys Yemm (pictured) suffered 89 injuries after Matthew Williams mutilated her in his hotel room in Argoed, near Caerphilly in south Wales, just two weeks after being released from jail.

Can you ever save a broken child?

Harriet Fielding, 57, adopted Mark (inset) aged seven in 2007. He was later banned from coming near her after assaulting and terrorising her. Catherine Watts, 43 and her husband John, 42, adopted Sarah (right with Catherine) seven years ago when she was 12, and later her sister and brother. All children had complex learning and behavioural difficulties but over the years they have developed and thrived.

The Prince of Wales caused consternation with his suggestion that, when he becomes King he should take the title ‘Defender of Faith,’ writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s PA Sophie Agnew accompanied her to the opening of 42nd Street on Tuesday night at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.

When an ambulance failed to arrive at the scene of a serious road accident, Peter Smith-Nicholls (pictured) cycled less than a mile to the nearest ambulance station in Wimborne, Dorset.

The privately educated husbands of privately educated women earn an average of £35,900 a year, £10,000 more than their state-educated peers, researchers in London found.

Centuries-old tapestries, carpets and curtains in historic properties around the UK are at risk of being devoured by clothes moths after their numbers doubled in the last five years, experts warn.

Salafi Independent School, in Birmingham, said a man was needed to deal with 'religious sensitivities' around the role of science and Islamic Studies teacher, to the outrage of campaigners.

Sadiq Khan said the EU should act with 'confidence' to strike a deal that worked for both sides. He met European Parliament chief negotiator Guy Verhofstadt (pictured) in Brussels today.

Just 17 per cent of the public believe the Labour leader is performing well, the research by GfK found. By contrast 18 per cent think the US president is doing a good job.

Nurse tells of conditions at Sowerby House where 3 died

A nurse has told an inquest into the deaths of three elderly care home residents that she saw hundreds of ants crawling on a bedside table a pensioner ate his breakfast. Kristina Parsons was so concerned about standards at Sowerby House (shown inset) near Thirsk, North Yorkshire, that she walked out of the shift four hours early. She also told coroner Michael Oakley, sitting in Northallerton, that she saw another resident covered 'head to toe in very strong smelling urine'. The 48-year-old nurse said she did not have direct dealings with any of the three men, named Albert Pooley, 89, James Metcalfe, 85, (left) and Harry Kilvington, also 85 (right). But she went into Mr Pooley's room on April 28, hours after he had been admitted to hospital and found excrement in a commode and dirty wipes on the floor. The inquests into their deaths are being held following their deaths last year.

Carol Backhouse, 48, received a £60 fine after a family member parked her car at the Peel shopping centre, in Stockport. which is patrolled by a company notorious in the area for handing out fines.

Robert Lapham had ‘visions of being handed to ISIS’ by Egyptian security forces after they mistook a headphone amplifier stuffed inside the mint tin for a bomb.

The letter (pictured) was sent to Dorothy Edwards, from Stannington, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, after her son Philip queried an expected bill of around £1,300 on her behalf.

Children's entertainers Sammy Sankey, 30, and Donnie Macneil, 29, spent six weeks building Easter wonderland. Buying the balloons and renting space at The Quay in Glasgow cost £7,000.

Les Bramwell, 65, was knocked over by a car while walking on the pavement as he had been assessing a filled in pothole on the A50 near Stoke-on-Trent.

Sherie-Lea James, 15, pictured, from Basildon, suffered a cardiac arrest after taking the Class A drug - hours after telling her mother she was ‘loving life’.

London terror attack survivors attend service with Royals

The Prince laid a wreath (inset left) of spring flowers, including red and white roses and gerbera, at the Innocent Victims memorial as he arrived at the Abbey with his wife and brother (pictured) for a multi-faith service of hope. The handwritten note said: 'In memory of the innocent lives, lost to us all on the 22nd March 2017. William.' Around 1,800 people gathered at Westminster Abbey for the Service of Hope, two weeks on from Khalid Masood's murderous rampage which saw five people killed and dozens injured. American tourist Melissa Payne Cochran, who lost her husband in the horrific incident, also attended the service and smiled as she arrived at the Abbey accompanied by her parents. She sustained a broken leg and shattered ribs in the attack (inset right). After the ceremony Mrs Cochran spotted paramedic Mo Adimora, who came to her aid that day, and gave him a hug (right).

Clutching Charlie's favourite stuffed toy monkey Chris Gard (pictured today) told Mr Justice Francis the eight-month-old 'deserves this chance' for treatment in the United States.

Ffion Jones, 12, from Rumney in Cardiff, complained of aching and severe tiredness before Christmas and was forced to take time off school - she died four days later.

Craig Darwell, 46, had taken 13-year-old Millie away for a couple of days to visit the theme park in Chertsey, Surrey, but was asked to prove he was her father by staff, who had already called the police.

Roxanne Burton, 26, from Dartford, developed Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome - a condition that occurs when a main artery blocks part of the small intestine.

Spanish care worker Miriam Macarron'Arroyo, 42, (pictured) who lived in Bristol, was found in the Avon Gorge on January 10, four days after she was reported missing.

Kamil Paszko, 19, told his friend who he worked with at a Reading service station that he 'couldn't face his family' after police summoned him for a second interview in November.

Gang faces jail after blowing up cash machines across UK

A gang of robbers blew up cash machines (top left) in Merseyside, Cheshire, Gloucestershire, Thames Valley and Scotland and hid their getaway cars (bottom left) in an articulated lorry. The Liverpool-based gang also used motorhomes and lorries to drag the ATMs away, after sawing through doors and shutters. They were led by Andrew White (right), 28, who coordinated some of the raids from within prison where he was being kept on remand. A trial at Liverpool Crown Court lasted 12 weeks and sentencing will take place later in April.

The man, 23, and the woman, 29, have been arrested and bailed after the three-week-old baby was rushed to nearby Queen Alexandra Hospital (pictured) from an address in Gosport, Hants.

Mustafa Bashir, 34, from Manchester, struck his hotel receptionist wife during a jealous outburst, then warned her: 'If I hit you with this bat with my full power then you would be dead.'

Police had to seal off the street in Nottingham as missiles the men had broken from the roof with a hammer were launched into the air, but they pulled up the ladder after promising to come down.

Joseph Smith, five, (pictured) was too short to have been travelling without a booster seat and broke his neck in the car driven by his mother's boyfriend Dean Collins, 23, from Cardiff.

Dr Harry Purser, left, has been jailed for six months after supplying drugs bought on the dark web to friend Patrick Marr, who died after a night of partying at his Nottingham flat in November last year.

Soldier who stabbed girlfriend to death guilty of murder

Jay Nava, 27, pictured inset, dumped Natasha Wake's body in a cupboard after the brutal attack while his children slept upstairs, and told his daughter the blood on the walls of the Bournemouth home was ketchup. The two had been fighting after Ms Wake, pictured left and right, found out Nava was investigated by police for alleged sexual assault on another woman. Nava stabbed Ms Wake with such force that six of the 11 wounds went through her torso and out of her back. He threatened to kill himself and was found hanging in a nearby beauty spot. He denied murder but was found guilty and will be sentenced on Thursday.

Charlie Clark, 19, punched Jack Lunn unconscious in Dorking town centre just moments after being involved in a group attack on another man which left him seriously injured.

Disabled Susan Carrington, 56, and her daughter, Chelsie Clegg (pictured), 18, drove around in their Vauxhall Astra to deliver the drugs in a bid to pay off debts in Bury, Greater Manchester.

Teresa Wright, 44, from Northampton spent her son Michael's money on a £100,000 caravan, weekends away, and gave her other children cash handouts after he got £1.8million for a car crash.

Ion Nicolae Gita, 33, was arrested when the six adults and three children from Afghanistan were discovered in the back of his van at Poole Port, Dorset. He has been jailed for 27 months.

Police spent 10 minutes trying to rouse drunk Carly Aldred at her home in Manchester, after arriving at the property and finding three half-naked children running around unsupervised.

Homeowner catches ‘lazy’ binman mixing black bags

A homeowner caught a 'lazy' binman mixing black bags with recycling sacks in his wheelie bins to avoid emptying them. The workman was caught in the act of chucking general waste into the recycling bin of homeowner Biraj Dhande. The father-of-two was shocked to make the discovery after checking CCTV outside his home in West Bromwich.

The bones were revealed after they were stumbled across in the grounds of St James' Church of England, near Stanstead Abbotts in Hertfordshire, with police ruling out they are from a 'new' skeleton.

Amina Al-Jeffery, 21, from Wales, took pictures of herself in front of metal bars at her academic father's home in Saudia Arabia. But she has now dropped the case against him.

Luxurious life on Titanic revealed in rare brochures

The attractive drawings depict the plush accommodation and opulent surroundings upper class travellers could enjoy on the doomed liner, during their long journey from Southampton to New York. They offer rare glimpses of the promenade deck, reading room, swimming baths, smoking room, main staircase, the Turkish bath, state room and parlour suit accommodation, dining room and reception room.Alongside the images there is an equally scarce copy of the sailing schedule for the passenger ship, highlighting its lost trans-Atlantic service. The itinerary shows the Titanic would have gone on to make four trips across the Atlantic from April to July 1912, had it not sunk on its maiden voyage on April 14, with the loss of over 1,500 lives. The two brochures and sailing schedule have now been put up for sale, 105 years after the tragedy with the combined estimated value of £20,000.

The 100ft long boat, which is currently moored on the River Medway at Cuxton, Kent, is on the market for £150,000. It used to be a steamship until it was decommissioned in the 1960s.

Borean orangutan Sarikei gave birth at Chester Zoo, with keepers hailing it as an 'amazing sight', as efforts are made to increase the critically endangered breed's population.

Resident say police officers were watching the travellers as they left the site in Heddesdon, Hertfordhsire, but left when the group claimed the surveillance violated their rights.

The expensive piece of equipment was designed to drive and move in the sea - without getting the person in the cabin wet - but it became stuck and took on water off the coast of Worthing, West Sussex.

Russia says Syria 'gas attack' caused by terrorist weapons

The father hugged his dead toddler-aged son and daughter during the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun, in the rebel-held central province of Idlib, Syria, on Tuesday. Up to 100 people, including 20 children and 17 women, are dead following the chemical attack, with an additional 400 people injured. The latest official death toll being reported as 78. Renewed air strikes hit Khan Sheikhoun on Wednesday, as cities around Syria were affected by raids, but no casualties were reported because the area had been evacuated following Tuesday's attack. A team of rescuers is still finding survivors from the chemical attack, including two women and a boy hiding in an underground shelter beneath their home.

A resident from the village of Belbelo, near the northeastern city of Maiduguri (file image of earlier terrorist attack), said guests are grateful that the dog sacrificed itself to save their lives.

A married couple in the Adriatic Coast town of Monfalcone, near the Slovenian border, were stinking their whole apartment block up by cooking the mixed fried seafood dish.

Visitors sit in front of the TV screen showing a news program reporting about North Korea's missile firing, at Seoul Train Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, April 5, 2017. North Korea fired a ballistic missile into its eastern waters Wednesday, U.S. and South Korean officials said, amid worries the North might conduct banned nuclear or rocket tests ahead of the first summit between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping this week. The letters read "North Korea fired a ballistic missile into its eastern waters." (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

A North Korean test of an extended-range Scud missile ended in failure after it flew just 40 miles before suffering a malfunction that sent it spinning into the ocean, analysts have said.

The dictator imported suspenders and corsets among his huge haul from China, which is more than double the figure he spent last year when he blew £33million statues of himself and his family.

Emmanuel Macron kept his position as favourite to win France's presidential election after the panel met on Tuesday night during which he clashed with the National Front leader.

Mr Shabudin Yahaya, a former Shariah court judge, also told Parliament in Kuala Lumpur that some girls as young as nine were ‘physically and spiritually’ ready for marriage.

Rodrigo Duterte faced a furious backlash when he said that like himself, House of Representatives Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez - who has made public his extramarital affairs - had 'many wives'.

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Unless trans women can provide an exemption certificate, they must draft days in Thailand because the country's law does not allow people to change their gender on their ID documents.

Pehlu Khan died from injuries sustained when he and 14 other men were brutally beaten with sticks and metal roads after they they were ambushed in Rajasthan state.

Sweden's Prime Minister has branded an Islamic school 'disgusting' for segregating children as young as six by their gender after an undercover video captured the practice.

For years the Spanish have been peevish, petty and sometimes bullying over Gibraltar and they are 'deadly serious' about gaining control of it, writes STEPHEN GLOVER.

With no end in sight to austerity at home, the UK's ever-increasing overseas aid budget was always an affront to common sense, but it is fast becoming morally offensive.