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Stockport woman on how neighbours made her life a misery

Mo Casillas (pictured centre), from Stockport, Greater Manchester, describes how her neighbours Carol and Frank Dickson (left) would do everything they could to make her life a misery. Mo, who is of Iranian descent, says Carol would accost her whenever she left the house (pictured top right). She describes how a 15-year campaign of abuse and harassment, which has left her on antidepressants, contributed to the end of her marriage, and made her and her children afraid to leave the house. One of the main disputes between Mo and the Dickinsons has been their refusal to allow anyone access to the gas and electricity meters for Mo's house, which are on their 8 ft driveway (bottom right).

'People were screaming... there was a lot of blood': Battle to free injured passengers trapped on the top deck of a bus after driver 'blacks out' and smashes into a shop

Witnesses said passengers were covered in blood after the double-decker bus crashed on the A3036 in Battersea, South West London. The driver allegedly said he had lost consciousness before the crash at about 7am, and paramedics said they had treated six patients and remain on scene. Firefighters with cutting gear were trying to rescue two women trapped on the top deck of the bus, but added that the passengers were 'both conscious and breathing'.

Twenty-five years ago this month, Sarah, Duchess of York was bundled out of Balmoral Castle and into exile, from where she would embark on her accident-prone life as an ex-Royal family member.

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Unruly children are increasingly likely to be the progeny of so-called 'helicopter' parents - those who give intensive, one-on-one attention to their child and pander to their every whim.

Charcoal toothpaste, oil-pulling and fruit peel rubs are all doing the rounds as simpler ways to a whiter, brighter, bacteria free smile, but are they actually effective? A Sydney-based expert tells.

British Ryder Cup team member Lee Westwood faces a £50m divorce battle after wife Laurae (pictured together) accused him of infidelity in legal papers filed in Florida this week.

Amazing moment boat carrying dozens of African migrants arrives on Spanish beach in front of stunned holidaymakers

Footage shows the migrants leaping out of an inflatable dinghy and dashing across the sand on beaches at Cadiz in southern Spain, after crossing the Strait of Gibraltar. The group managed to escape from the beach before the authorities arrived some time after.

Animal testing was banned in the UK in 1997 and in the EU in 2009. However, in China products manufactured outside the country must be tested on animals (file photo).

British communities urged to shame sexual predators

The shocking case of the vulnerable 13-year-old, who was in local authority care emerged after an 18-strong gang was convicted of crimes against up to 108 girls. The girl told the court how she would regularly be supplied with cash, cigarettes and drugs in exchange for sex. She spoke of how she would be picked up in a Mercedes from the children's home where she was living and taken to flats in Newcastle to be used by anyone who wanted her. John Elvedge QC, prosecuting, told the court how during one attack she was high on cocaine while men took turns to have sex with her under a Kurdish flag. The shocking case emerged in yet another appalling grooming scandal, as a total of 17 men and one woman were convicted of rape, sexual assault, human trafficking and inciting prostitution.

Mr Ashman, second left, was speaking at a press conference on the case, pictured, and said the use of XY was overseen by a senior officer and subject to an independent review

Northumbria Police has defended its use of a convicted rapist as an informant in the investigation into an Asian sex gang claiming he helped 'detect and prevent serious crimes'.

NEW Carolann Gallon joined the Newcastle gang aged 17 and was responsible for luring other girls into its clutches, and became central to the police investigation.

Net closes in on 'Putney Bridge pusher' as it emerges he jogged back the same way just 15 minutes later but IGNORED victim's attempt to confront him 

Officers are following a number of lines of inquiry in their hunt, after releasing shocking CCTV footage of the man barging into the 33-year-old pedestrian. The woman was lucky to escape serious injury after the bus driver swerved to avoid her on the bridge in south west London.

Princess Diana's former staff attack Earl Spencer

Former members of royal staff who worked with Princess Diana rounded on her brother Earl Spencer (left) yesterday after he said of her death: 'I wish I could have protected her.' In a US TV interview, the aristocrat said that in the days after she was killed in a car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997, he was haunted by the thought he could have done something to save his sister (right). Speaking at Althorp, the family's ancestral home in Northamptonshire, Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer, said he was 'furious' she had died as a result of being driven at high speed by a drunken chauffeur while being chased by paparazzi. But his words, in an ABC documentary to be broadcast this week, provoked a furious reaction from some of those who worked with Diana. The princess's former chef, Darren McGrady, said on Twitter (inset): 'This makes me want to throw up! Where were you when she needed you?'

Her former bodyguard, Ken Wharfe, has revealed that when the conversation made headlines around the world in 1993 Diana reveled in her husband's embarrassment.

Remarkable new evidence uncovered by military historian Michael Jones has exonerated the Black Prince for the massacre of 300 French people in Limoges during the Hundred Years War.

Diana's sensational sapphires (that Kate adores)

Of all the beautiful jewels in her possession, sapphires are the ones which will always be associated with Diana not least because of her stunning engagement ring. But Diana's sapphire collection was far more eclectic and interesting than it is often thought. From a suite of sapphires from a wedding guest she had never met to the brooch she turned into a choker and the necklace she decided to wear on her head, each of her pieces bears a fascinating story that reveals so much about the Princess. Here we reveal the secrets behind the Princess's showstopping sapphires...

Footage of Ellie Tunnicliffe, 16, receiving several blows before being thrown to the floor at Noel-Baker Academy in Alvaston, Derbyshire. was posted to Facebook on Monday.

Andrew Copley, 38, of Exeter, Devon, was subjected to 10 years of shocking abuse at the hands of his mother, Christine Copley, 66, who was jailed for three years in April 2017.

British woman suffers horrific injuries after she was 'glassed by jealous air hostess' as she partied in Dubai with love split boxer Amir Khan 

Bia Hannides, 22, (left) from Southampton, Hampshire, was enjoying a night out with the former light-welterweight world champion in Dubai when she claims she was glassed by an air hostess. She was partying with Amir Khan (pictured in Dubai, right) star and his brother inside an exclusive club on Sunday night and claims she was attacked and left with a huge wound over her right eye. The following day, she said the boxer, from Bolton, Greater Manchester, sent her a message saying: 'I get punched in the face for a living and still get the best girls. Same for you.' Ms Hannides, who was in Dubai with her 53-year-old mother Denise, spent 12 hours in the hospital receiving stitches for her wounds.

How I taught my husband to love me again

Russell Hanford, from Dorset, (picture left with wife with wife Rachel on their wedding day, and right while undergoing therapy after his stroke) had stroke aged 35, just five weeks after he got married. His wife Rachel (pictured left and right with Russell today) says she feared the worst when she saw him partially paralysed in hospital and scarcely conscious. Although Russel's recovery appears nothing short of miraculous, he still struggles to put them into a sentence more than two years later. Unable to communicate or to express his emotions, Rachel had to teach her husband how to love her again.

The new laws ban owners from 'renting out space in flats' on websites, such as Homeaway and Airbnb, without a licence on any of the Balearic Islands - including Ibiza, Menorca, Majorca and Formentera.

Eyewitnesses have told of how parts of the ceiling fell down in the check-in hall at Ibiza airport in front of shocked travellers, as the island suffered severe storms on Wednesday night.

North Korea calls Trump senile and 'bereft of reason'

The US President yesterday warned North Korea it faces 'fire and fury' over its nuclear program sparking claims from Pyongyang that it will create an 'enveloping fire' around Guam. This morning, the secretive state dismissed Trump's threat as a 'load of nonsense' and insisted 'only absolute force' can work on someone as 'bereft of reason'. The remarks come after tens of thousands of North Koreans gathered for a rally in a show of defiance in Pyongyang and as officials insisted the country will be ready to strike Guam by mid-August. One of Kim Jong-un's top officials this morning became the latest critic of Trump's working vacation, accusing him of acting senile while 'on the golf links.'

The President was on the golf course at Bedminster, his golfing companion revealed in an Instagram post - at the same time as Defense Secretary James Mattis bluntly told North Korea it was on the brink.

The rhetoric is biblical: North Korea 'will be met with fire, fury and frankly power like the world has never seen'. Donald Trump sought to win headlines - and succeeded.

Mark Almond outlines military options against North Korea

The war of threats between President Trump and the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Un, is setting global nerves on edge. We're used to blood curdling propaganda from Pyongyang, but an American president using the same kind of language - 'fire and fury' - is a new departure. The threat of nuclear war in East Asia is suddenly alarmingly close. But before this hysterical rhetoric reaches a climax, Western leaders must consider what history and strategic analysis teaches us about how to avoid calamity - or how best to contain it.

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Kim Jong Un's threats against Guam, made just hours after Donald Trump promised 'fire and fury' should he threaten the US again, have raised fears that a military clash could be imminent.

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 I slept uneasily last night. The North Korea crisis has reached an incredibly serious point. One that could very easily tip over into something genuinely catastrophic if those charged with avoiding such catastrophe are not extremely careful. President Trump can talk about 'fire and fury' all he likes but if he doesn't actually respond to continued threats with any fire and fury then Jong Un will simply laugh in his face and claim he's neutered the United States.

Cara Delevingne takes friends to Mexico to celebrate 25th

Britian's highest-paid model, quirky Cara Delevingne, spared no expense in splurging £100,000 on an extravagant birthday party in the Mexican jungle. Dame Joan Collins's ubiquitous, fun-loving goddaughter, who turns 25 on Saturday, has flown a crowd of her girlfriends out this week to the five-star wellness retreat, Chable, where a single night at the Royal Villa costs up to £5,755 per person. Vogue's new contributing editor, Adwoa Aboah, supplied the gaggle with Cara-themed T-shirts.

Richard Clothier, from Dunstable, says his 'world came crashing down' when he found out he can't have children. Research shows sperm counts are declining at a terrifying rate.

Long lost WW2 plane is discovered on Pacific island

Holidaymakers can expect to witness numerous unexpected wonders when they explore the wider world. But tourists visiting the Micronesian archipelago of Palau discovered an unusually rare sight, recently - after stumbling across a doomed WW2 plane. The long lost aeroplane was found in a shallow river on the archipelago of Palau, which boasts 500 picturesque islands.

French fashion brand Vetements has worked with Levi's to create a high-end version that costs £1,295, and the idea has begun filtering down to the high street.

A new social media craze which sees women making heart shapes with their breasts is sweeping across China. The topic has gathered nearly two million clicks on Twitter-like Weibo.

Femail puts personal shoppers on offer to the test

With a budget of up to £350 for both a smart day and glamorous evening look, Linda Kelsey, 65, challenged five high street personal shoppers to style her. From left to right: Linda liked her Hobbs dress from Peter Jones, but wasn't so keen on the stylist's evening option; while both the day and evening look provided by House of Fraser were spot on for her needs. Meanwhile, there were many outfits that Linda would have bought during her personal shopping appointment at Fenwick's, including her winning evening look.

Sue Barker has been given permission to raise the roof of her idyllic cottage in the Cotswolds by 5ft, as her her husband (pictured) is not able to stand upright in the home's master bedroom.

Man buys overweight Undy girlfriend a small ring

Chloe Cooper, 23, from Undy in South Wales, told how her former former partner told her 'you can wear it when you lose weight' after presenting her with an engagement ring that he knew would be too small (left, Chloe when she was a size 20). The pair later split and Chloe is now more than 4 stone and four dress sizes slimmer at 10 stone 12 lbs (right), happily engaged to her new partner.

NEW At her worst, Lorna Ahern, 22, weighed 6st 4lbs after she restricted her diet to an apple a day. The eating disorder took its toll on her close bond with her mother who developed depression as a result.

Photos of a gray animal taken on Saturday at Santee Cooper Country Club in South Carolina have gone viral after reports that residents say it is the mythical creature El Chupacabra.

Stars of 19th century Freak Shows in the US are revealed

Black-and-white photographs of the performers show 'Aztec' children, obese boxing sisters and dozens of others made famous in the 'freak show' circuit in the 19th Century. Exhibitions of unique siblings as live human curiosities can be traced back as far as the 17th Century when Italian conjoined twins, Lazarus and Joannes Colloredo toured Europe - even visiting the court of Charles I of England. Although little-known today, many of the performers went on to become famous stars of their generation and traveled the world meeting royalty. Victorians were fascinated by the unique families, who gained fame and wealth by traveling across the United States and Europe as part of circus sideshows.

Researchers from yhe Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute in New South Wales, Australia, found vitamin B3 corrects a deficiency in mice, leading to them all having healthy offspring.

Air India's Anny Divya is youngest female Boeing 777 pilot

Air India pilot Anny Divya (pictured), 30, is the youngest female commander of a Boeing 777 - the world's largest twin jet - but before she left her humble home in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, to train, she couldn't speak English and she'd never even boarded a plane. The glamorous pilot has now made enough money to buy her parents a home and financed her siblings' studies abroad.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has become the latest victim of a notorious hoaxer, who recently duped members of Donald Trump's entourage.

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'Sobbing my heart out!' Long Lost Family viewers are left in tears as man who was placed for adoption in a newspaper ad learns his birth mother has died... then meets the BROTHER he never knew existed but lives just down the road

Environmental consultant Steve Belshaw, 54, from Blackpool, was placed up for adoption as newborn after his teenage mother placed an advert in her local paper to find new parents for her son. He sought help from ITV's Long Lost Family to find his birth mother, Frances Unsworth (inset) but was devastated to learn she had died in 2004. In an emotionally charged episode, Steve (right) later discovered he had a half-brother, Robert, 45, living just a mile away from him in Lancashire. Viewers were left 'sobbing' into their tissues as they watched the brothers meet each other for the first time (left).

A man, believed to be in his 20s, has been stabbed in the neck in a knife attack in central London. Police have arrested a man on suspicion of grievous bodily harm after the attack.

Russian spy planes got a low-altitude view of Monumental Washington, D.C. - followed by a trip up to the Bedminster, New Jersey golf course where President Trump is staying Wednesday.

Silicon Valley giant Intel on Wednesday announced plans for a fleet of self-driving cars following its completion of the purchase of Israeli autonomous technology firm Mobileye.

Taylor Swift's mother Andrea took the stand on Wednesday, saying she felt like she 'wanted to vomit and cry at the same time' when she learned her daughter was 'groped'.

Jermaine Goupall, 15, was stabbed to death in south London last night just hours after a 19-year-old man was knifed in Peckham, with police launching two murder investigations.

Health bosses had earlier refused to fund the operation for Oliver Cameron's extremely rare heart condition as it is not available in the UK but will now meet the £150,000 cost.

Alison Saunders, Britain's top prosecutor, has told lawyers to focus on a man's behaviour in the run up to the alleged sex attack rather than just the immediate moments before.

I am wholly in favour of measures leading to more rapists being convicted. But I fear what the Director of Public Prosecutions proposes is an offence against natural justice and our legal traditions.

Shoppers reveal discontinued products products they love

Nostalgic Mumsnet users have been sharing the products they most want to see back on the shelves including (clockwise from top left): a Vesta chicken ready meal; Birds Eye desserts; Bernard Matthews controversial Turkey snacks; clear Coca Cola from the '90s; WAG Alex Gerrard's perfume and Cadbury's chocolate covered crisps.

Bafta-nominated actor John McEnery, 73, is accused of storming into the pub in Faversham in Kent with a fake gun.

Hilarious photos show the handiwork of very lazy workers

Photos shared on Imgur show what happened when employees in the food industry didn't bother that day. The hilarious pictures show (clockwise from top left): One worker put far too many disposable cups in holders so they stuck out; a sign that incorrectly says stressed backwards spells 'dessert'; a shop worker who read the label of a Mounds bar upside down; macaroni cheese with the cheese just placed on top; a very rude sign caused by an employee not bothering to type the full brand name out; and a worker who didn't bother taking sweets in a vending machine out of the packet.

Every week, we send a couple on a blind date and ask them to report back. This week business owner Victoria Caddick and self-employed mortgage advisor Paul Gough visited Cardiff.

Work-life balances are often shaped in the earliest parts of life, as young children are easily influenced, Queen Mary University of London experts said.

Families or couples sitting down together for tea and toast, a fry up or simply a bowl of cereal may be a familiar image in advertising but is becoming a rare sight in UK homes, said analysts.

Research led by the University of Utah Health found that by manipulating a single gene in mice, the brain's ability to adapt was rejuvenated, specifically in the visual cortex.

NEW The researchers, from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, made the finding while carbon dating a Jamaican monkey leg bone discovered in the 1990s.

Emails between Tesla and the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles have revealed a prototype autonomous electric truck that will drive itself and move in 'platoons' could soon be tested in the state

Following the success of a landmark new trial, King's College London and Cardiff University experts found injecting patients with tiny protein fragments stopped immune cells attacking insulin.

A new report by Tory peer Lord Farmer suggests prisoners in Britain should be able to form relationships with their children to reduce the risks of reoffending after release.

Aria McCart's big toe on her left foot began to leak, puss and swell to over twice its normal size after a family day out to Ardrossan beach, in Scotland, on July 24.

Why didn't Alexandra Shulman use 'brave' pictures?

British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman and I could almost be twins, being born one day apart, in November 1957. To save you doing the maths, we're both looking down the barrel of 60. So how does she choose to celebrate it, after leaving her super-stylish job as editor of Vogue? With a selfie(left) in a bikini that she posted on Instagram to her 96,800 followers. She is, it has to be said, a very brave woman. Pictured: Shulman with Cara Delevingne, right, and Alexa Chung, inset.

Certain proteins in your muscle fibers help regulate sleep duration and quality, Texan researchers found. This challenges the widely accepted notion that the brain controls sleep.

The engravings are thought to date from the Iron Age and contain elements of Spanish, Greek, Iberian, Canaanite and South Arabian, according to research led by the University of Seville.

Vine was yesterday accused of trivialising the horrific attack and acting in 'poor taste', after he set up an online poll that encouraged people to guess the profession of the jogger.

The internet giant has recently joined an elite group of companies worth more than $500billion (£385billion) but its tax bill in the UK has fallen despite vast growth.

Girish Dahyabhai Patel, 65, allegedly used a blank document, pre-signed by his mother, and printed a will around it for a £40m stake in the family's palm oil plantation in Malaysia.

What IS that? Mystery creature pokes its head out of a mud pool in Australia - before slowly sinking beneath the surface when it realises it has been spotted

A mysterious creature has been filmed poking it head out of the water during a Queensland river cruise. The unidentified animal was spotted during a Solar Whisper Daintree River Crocodile and Wildlife Tour on Tuesday. After staff posted the footage on social media suggestions have taken off about the beast's identity and range from a mussel to a 'miniature whale'. David White, the owner of Solar Whisper cruises filmed the creature during the cruise, before uploading his footage to Facebook on Tuesday morning.

Workers found the 2.9-foot object while building a car park near the reactors of the Fukushima plant in Japan. It is believed to a be a Second World War bomb dropped by the United States.

Audra Tatum, her husband and her 10-year-old daughter were driving down a back road in Chickamauga, Georgia at 45 miles an hour in August 2015 when a car hit them.

Scientists discovered a non-intrusive way to study sleep. It lives in a device that analyzes the radio signals around a person, translating those to measurements to track the stages of sleep.

A serious case review has been launched after Ashley Shuck carried out the attacks on the women, one aged 77 and the other aged 28, on June 18, Worcester Crown Court heard.

Jamie Skinner, from Plymouth, was charged on Wednesday evening and is due before magistrates in Plymouth on Thursday morning, police said.

Midwives are having to care for up to 16 women at a time in overstretched maternity units, an audit has found. And 90 per cent of units have no consultants present at the weekend.

The family of Peter Wrighton (pictured) have paid tribute to his 'love of walking his dogs and chatting with people to pass the time of day' after he was murdered in East Harling, Norfolk.

Groom blows £14k on a Neighbours-themed wedding inspired by Scott and Charlene's iconic '80s nuptials... complete with a MULLET for him and a Kylie-esque perm for the bride

Australian-born Adam, 33, was given £14,000 to plan a wedding on his own and opted for Neighbours-inspired nuptials. This included dressing himself and his bride up to resemble the long-running show's most famous characters, Scott and Charlene (seen right). After being styled to look like Kylie Minogue's character Charlene, Rachel (seen left with Adam at the ceremony), who is from South Shields, was shown her bridesmaids' dresses - a nod to the Australian flag. She was driven to a church in an ice cream van and upon her arrival found that the venue was an homage to Down Under, complete with inflatable crocodiles and didgeridoos.

Krysia Osostowicz, left her violin outside Brixton tube after she had played on Radio 3 and it fell into the hands of Dawn Henry, who tried to pawn it two days later in Streatham Cash Converters.

University of Winchester found attractive hair and lips is also an important factor in the beauty stakes. The least important facial feature seems to be someone's nose, researchers said.

Kenya - rocked by a night of violence which left four people dead - is anxiously awaiting the final results of its presidential election, which was branded 'fake' by opposition leader Raila Odinga.

The moment a cyclist rides into a signpost and breaks his nose has been captured on film. The bungling rider was riding his bike in Tupase, Russia.

Four Iranian men were spotted disembarking from a 'rigid inflatable' vessel in the early hours of Tuesday morning at Dover's picturesque Shakespeare beach (pictured).

The nationwide tests are being ordered by the Ministry of Justice as the country faces an epidemic of life-changing acid attacks. The new rules apply to anyone entering courts including lawyers.

The most bizarre wedding dresses ever

For some eccentric brides, walking down the aisle is an excuse to rip up the rule book and showcase their quirky sartorial side. And these photos of brides donning eye-popping designs on their big day will no doubt stay burned on guests' brains - albeit for the wrong reasons. Some opted for vampish looks, left, whilst others gave Barbie a run for her money, right and inset bottom, and some didn't let their burgeoning baby bump get in the way, top inset.

In tests, babies performed better at learning new words after a nap, German researchers found. They were able to link meanings to words while those who didn't nap couldn't.

Alien enthusiasts Rob Freeman and Marcus McNabb captured an orb moving silently over Stawamus Chief in British Columbia, Canada, with a night vision camera before it disappeared from sight.

Hilarious photos prove wit is all you need to win at life

In honour of those who have the witty repartee to get through any situation life throws at them, an Imgur user has shared a selection of the best ideas and responses they've spotted online. Clockwise from top left: A clever way to shirk work; an effective anti-theft device; a miracle-working barbers; taking down a tagger; a life-saving use for your old mobile and missing out on a freebie.

Footage of the woman, which was uploaded to YouTube, shows her standing in front of the vehicle, which has already had its windscreen smashed. It is not clear where it was filmed.

Marco Robinson, 49, used his multi million pound fortune to buy a flat to a single mum living in Preston, Lancashire. Marco gave Holly a free home so her daughter would have a better life.

Toddler Aria and her pet dog Ivy are pea-NUTS about each other and even share their favourite tasty spread 

An 11-month-old toddler and her pet pooch Ivy share a jar of peanut butter. The inseparable duo playfully fight over the tasty treat as they are filmed in their family home in California by mum Cierra.

The home dubbed The Skinny House, will be sandwiched between two large commercial buildings on Euston Road next to Great Portland Street tube station in central London.

The world's largest container ship, China's CSCL Globe, can carry 19,100 containers, each measuring 22-ft; while Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas is the biggest cruise ship.

The only active fighters in Argentina's air force are propeller aircraft from the 1970s after its Lockheed Martin A-4AR Skyhawk jets - adapted from planes used in the Falklands War - were grounded.

Researchers have found that the typical pattern of glacier advance and retreat has not changed along the western Ross Sea coast, in contrast to the rapidly shrinking glaciers on the Antarctic Peninsula.

Coming up with an ice-breaker in real life, let alone  a dating app can be a pretty nerve-wracking experience. And rather than rely on quick wit or suave compliments these cheeky singletons have taken dating back to the good old days of cheesy pick-up lines.

UK weather: Twisters spiral from the clouds with downpours

As dark skies dumped torrential downpours on the country yesterday, tornado-like funnels were seen spiralling from the thunder clouds. An Atlantic storm brought flash flooding to vast swathes of the country, with up to a month's worth of rain falling on parts of south and east England and turned roads into rivers. The funnel clouds were spotted in Kent, Cornwall and South Wales, while further north emergency services scrambled to rescue hundreds of people caught up in flash floods in parts of East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Drivers had to abandon their cars in the deluge and residents of the seaside town of Withernsea, East Yorkshire, woke up to water 3ft deep in places.

NEW RAC chief engineer David Bizley warned the figures suggest a spell of extreme weather could now result in road surfaces dramatically deteriorating even further.

A children's lingerie show had caused outcry online after young girl models were seen wearing skin-showing outfits in style of American lingerie brand Victoria's Secret.

Martijn van Oers thought the camera would make a perfect decoration for his home in Breda, in the Netherlands, but was surprised to find a film inside marked 'exposé'.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Abbas Yasin, 25, was left covered in blood after a hooded attacker walked into his office in Bradford, West Yorkshire, launched a savage attack (pictured).

Glory days of Scouts and Guides before health and safety 

Be prepared is the Scout motto - and that once meant being tied up and lowered off a bridge. No doubt such stunts would bring today's elf 'n' safety zealots out in spots, especially given the story reported by the Mail last week about the Scouts banned at a jamboree in Detling, Kent, from eating while sitting on the grass in case they got ill. Yet, as these pictures show, Scouts and Guides were once allowed to enjoy the great outdoors without being wrapped in cotton wool.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Gruesome footage shows a seagull swallowing a pigeon whole after killing it and toying with its carcass after the attack, which was reportedly in Rome.

Hooded demonstrators sprayed bright red paint across the headquarters of the Basque Country tourist board, a day leader Mariano Rajoy criticised protesters in Barcelona and Majorca.

Chloe Goodwin, from Swadlincote, got a henna tattoo while on holiday with her family, but scarred after the first 10 days when she had an allergic reaction to the chemical in black henna.

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