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Raided Surrey home 'owned by MBE foster couple'

The property in Sunbury-on-Thames was occupied Penelope Jones, 71, and her husband Ronald, 88, up until February this year although it is not known if they or any of their 268 foster children still live there. Armed officers stormed the property hours after arresting the 18-year-old man believed to have planted the Parsons Green bomb in Dover. At least eight of the Jones' foster children have been refugees with some coming from Iraq, Eritrea, Syria, Albania and Afghanistan. The couple were honoured by the Queen in 2009 for their services to children and families.

Two kids and mum injured, father killed in M5 horror crash

A horror crash has left two children and their mother seriously injured after their father died in the M5 carnage that claimed three other lives today. A witness said that he pulled an unconscious woman from the badly mangled vehicle while two men at the scene rescued the screaming children. 'The father was dead, I crawled into the car and checked his pulse,' the witness, who asked not to be named, told the Mail Online. At least four people have been killed in the horror crash involving a lorry and at least two other vehicles which closed the M5 in both directions.

A 14-year-old schoolgirl was raped in a park in a 'horrendous' daytime attack. The teenager was assaulted by a man (suspect pictured) in Avery Hill Park in south east London on September 4.

The 37-year-old was found in Liverpool on Friday evening after being reported missing amid concerns over his well-being. He has a history of mental illness and tried to kill himself in 2014.

A bomb which exploded outside a cafe in Salford, Greater Manchester, was 'packed full of nails and screws', say police as they fear the incident is linked to a car being blown up three days earlier.


Downing Street is united behind Boris Johnson's pledge to give £350 million a week to the NHS after Brexit amid speculation he is launching a leadership bid, sources claim.

The airline suddenly removed 160 scheduled services to destinations across Europe on Friday without any explanation leaving holidaymakers furious - and now plans to cancel up to 80 per day.

An article said Hurricane Irma had wreaked destruction across the Caribbean, including in the UK overseas territory of Bermuda. In fact, the reference should have been to Barbuda.

Alton Towers amputee models at London Fashion Week

Amputee Vicky Balch, 22, who lost her right leg in a horrific Alton Towers rollercoaster accident in 2015 made an unexpected catwalk appearance at London Fashion Week on Friday. Miss Balch lost her leg in 2015 when the Smiler ride malfunctioned and careered into a carriage ahead leaving her and four others seriously injured.

BBC host in unwanted news flash: Breakfast presenter suffers wardrobe malfunction live on air and accidentally reveals underwear to shocked viewers

BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern appeared to accidentally flash her knickers to viewers during a morning broadcast on Saturday. The presenter's apparent wardrobe malfunction happened as she was going through the morning papers with co-host Charlie Stayt.

David Beckham lands his helicopter in tiny Welsh village

Global superstar Beckham (left and right) was reportedly in the area shooting an advert but found the time to land his helicopter at the home of Llanrhaeadr FC, a football team in Lanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, which as of 2011 had a population of just 1,195. The former England captain generously posed with fans - with one revealing the 42-year-old smelled 'like an absolute angel'. And the club was delighted to see him, tweeting: 'Great to see David Beckham in the Village! Shame he's made a big hole in the pitch.'

Cheerleader Rebecca Batchelor, 21, egged her boyfriend Anis Ben-Sghaier, 25, on celebrating whenever he swindled large sums of money from vulnerable pensioners, a court has heard.

A street in west London where the average house price is 51 times that of the national average has been named the nation's most expensive, with the cheapest in a Durham former mining village.

This is the shocking moment a banned drug driver tried to escape from a supermarket car park in Middlesborough with a policeman desperately clinging onto the bonnet.

Plumbers have been accused of ripping off women and elderly customers following a survey of 90 businesses across England - with those in London paying the most.

In defiance of the historic referendum vote last year, the Liberal Democrats gathered in Bournemouth today plotting ways to halt Brexit. Vince Cable said they were still the 'party of remain'.

It's a dramatic take-off for Jon and Shelly Booty who are now getting their ambitious two-year project off the ground at RAF West Raynham, near Fakenham, Norfolk, after selling their house.

Mothers refusing to vaccinate children is causing deadly diseases to the West, as Britain has lower coverage against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) than Zambia and Vietnam.

Tweed and Rob, the UK's first dogs cyber-trained police dogs, are being used to hunt software stashed by paedophiles in their homes. The two dogs belong to Devon and Cornwall Police.

100 firefighters battle blaze at Kent luxury flats

More than 100 firefighters have been deployed to battle a blaze in a block of flats. Flames have reached the top floor of the three-storey building in Kent. Fire fighters are on the scene at Holborough Lakes, Snodland (pictured), where 15 fire engines are attempting to bring it under control. One witness reported waking up to see the building 'in full blaze' this morning.

Bob Oliver, 45, and Michelle Nicholson, 46, from Woodham, County Durham, are set to get married later this month. But they have already lost thousands after being hit by a run of bad luck.

The vacuum cleaner tycoon has wrangled with Eurocrats for 25 years and revealed he cannot wait for Brexit. And he predicted the UK would exit the EU without a trade deal in place.

It’s not surprising that so many snorers search for solutions on the chemist’s shelves. But they may well be wasting their time — and money, says Dr Mike Dilkes.

London attack: Why haven't police released Tube bomb CCTV?

Questions are been asked about why police have not yet released CCTV images of the Parsons Green terror suspect. Security minister Ben Wallace (pictured) has criticised police for refusing to release images of the bomber, saying that stills would help witnesses identify the person responsible for yesterday's attack.

The terror attack at Parsons Green has raised safety concerns about the new generation of ‘walk-through’ London Underground trains after reports of a 'wall of fire' following the explosion.

NHS England confirmed 27 of the 30 passengers treated following the Parsons Green terrorist attack have been released from hospital after receiving treatment in four hospitals.

Within hours of the blast, Marco Pierre White Jr tweeted: 'Parsons Green tube station this morning was targeted by terrorists, this is why I don't take the tube #TheRichDontDie (sic).'

Passengers including children and a pregnant woman were 'crushed in a stampede' at Parsons Green in west London as terrified people fled fearing a 'whole train would blow up'.

Donald Trump claimed in a Twitter rant that Scotland Yard had the bomber 'in the sights' ahead of today's attack - implying officers had a suspect before the explosion.

After mingling among the victims, the terrorist who dropped off the makeshift device simply slipped off the packed rush-hour London train – leaving the timebomb ticking at their feet.

Officers from 3 units unveiled as new face of anti-terror

The new face of anti-terrorism was unveiled yesterday as officers from three specialist units descended on Parsons Green. British Transport Police’s specialist firearms officers (pictured left) ran through the streets as they attempted to defuse the situation in the wake of the Tube blast. The elite officers are trained to respond to terror threats and work throughout the London Underground Network. The London Fire Brigade also deployed their new special officers (pictured centre), who were dressed for a marauding terrorist firearms attack. The Metropolitan Police’s elite counter-terrorist firearms officers (pictured right) also patrolled the scene and ran down the train tracks in the aftermath of the attack.

Lord Snowdon's £3.2m will leaves nothing to lovechild

Records show that Lord Snowdon, who died in January, cut Polly Fry (pictured left with her father) out of his will. She was born while he was on honeymoon with Princess Margaret in 1960. In 2004 Miss Fry persuaded him to take a DNA test following persistent rumours. But he left most of his estate to his other children, including son Jasper Cable-Alexander (pictured inset with his mother Melanie) who was also born out of wedlock, and not to her.

Mary Lawson, 63, and her husband Sean, 50, sent a time-delayed email to Warwickshire Police entitled 'apologies for this' which told the force they had taken their own lives at their home in Rugby.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Pc Danielle Ruzewicz, of Hampshire police, was bitten by Brett Ferre, 35, after she went to help him at Portchester seafront, where he had a head injury.

Laura Simpson was once again grabbing attention as she made an eye-popping entrance at Wembley Arena for the star-studded Aaron Chalmers BAMMA match on Friday.

The child stars of TV ads recreate their famous poses

Child TV stars from the UK's favourite adverts have recreated their iconic poses and talk about their lives following their appearance promoting the brands which shot them to stardom. Among those involved include the Fairy Girl who went on to star in Holby City (top left) and the Milkybar kid who beat two kidney operations (bottom right).

The 'no-win, no-fee’ firms deduct up to 40 per cent of payouts for flights that are delayed for three hours or more or cancelled. Some passengers are being asked to hand over £215 from a £532 payout.

Deborah Addams, 56, who worked for a holiday rental firm in Whitstable, in Kent, took revenge on her cheating partner by throwing dog poo and gravel at him.

At 40, Ronan Keating believes that he has finally found true happiness. However, he admits that he is terrified of dying young following the death of his band mate Stephen Gately age 33.

The suspect, named locally as Louise Crawford Chantry, 40, (pictured) is said to have 'precarious mental health' and was known to police before the incident at Thomas's in Battersea.

The 37-year-old, who has struggled with mental health for several years, was last seen in Manchester but was found in Liverpool shortly before 7pm this evening.

Property mogul Mohammed Majid, 53, from Cheshire, was roused by 45-year old spouse Shazia (pictured together) roused him to ask if their son could go to a different school.

Meghan Markle’s social circle set to take London by storm

They are the M-crowd: the intimate friends of Meghan Markle. And since celebrity magazine US Weekly reported that Prince Harry’s girlfriend met the Queen at Balmoral a few weeks ago — suggesting a royal engagement announcement is likely — the actress’s social circle has become increasingly fascinating. It includes fellow actors, clothes designers, socialites and charity campaigners. Most are similar to Meghan, 36, who relentlessly boosted her public profile with her own blog (which she has closed since dating Harry). These include club owner Markus Anderson (top row, far left), stylist Jessica Mulroney (top row, second from the left), Canada's first lady, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau (top row, second from the right), tennis champion Serena Williams (top row, far right), Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra (bottom row, far left), fashion designer Misha Nonoo (bottom row, second from the left), actress Abigail Spencer (bottom row, second from the right) and socialite Olivia Palermo (bottom row, far right).

Shoppers share the evidence you should never shop online

Disgruntled, baffled and highly amused shoppers have taken to social media to share the results of online shopping fails - and they'll have you in stitches. From trainers made out of cardboard, bottom inset, shoes made from bread, right, to broken goods with apology notes, left, and very racy shorts, top inset, less than satisfied customers who saw the funny side have been sharing snaps of their comical deliveries for the world to enjoy.

The Boeing 737-800 jet, pictured here after making an emergency landing at East Midlands Airport, was forced to divert after losing one of its two nose wheels on departure from Stansted shortly after 8am.

Paul Blight (pictured) waged a smear campaign against David Hynam after he was spurned by the healthcare chief's long-term boyfriend, Bournemouth Crown Court heard.

Khushboo Devi, 21, from northern India, has endured two painful procedures to help heal the scars on her face - caused by her father, whom she reported him for sex trafficking crimes.

Paradise at the mercy of rapists and murderers on Tortola

As the first British newspaper journalist to reach the British Virgin Islands, which have been cut off since the storm hit ten days ago, ANDREW MALONE witnessed the scenes of devastation that have left Tortola, the largest island of this once verdant tropical archipelago of 59 smaller islands, reduced to barren wasteland after the hurricane blew almost every leaf off almost every tree. Local estimates suggest that around 90 per cent of homes, businesses and boats were damaged or destroyed.

The one mum-to-be who just can't wait to hear her baby cry

Joanne Milne, 43, is profoundly deaf and only heard for the first time three years ago. To date, 12 million people worldwide have watched the video showing her emotional reaction to hearing for the first time (pictured left). Now at 43, after she had long assumed she would never become a mum, Joanne is pregnant with a baby boy, due at the end of October. When she and fiance Steve White (pictured right) met in Newcastle by chance in summer last year, it was love at first sight. By January, paramedic Steve, 43, had proposed — and then came the thrilling news that Joanne was expecting.

Ben Houchen is vying for Teeside's signature dish to receive Protected Designation of Origins status (PDO), which would grant the Parmo a similar status to other well-known products.

The body of Financial Times journalist Paul McClean, 24, who is believed to have been killed by a crocodile while holidaying in Sri Lanka, was discovered by local police on Friday.

Dr Sumit Basu, 59, is accused of sexually assaulting three women at Lewisham Hospital in London over a period of eight years. But giving evidence today, he said he is not 'gung ho'.

Well, here’s one to make you feel old. Ulrika Jonsson, a woman forever associated with sunshine, sex and, of course, Sven, has just celebrated her 50th birthday and is railing about ‘the bloody menopause’.

Married headmaster Gordon Fleming, 66, (pictured) took terrified girls aged between seven and 11 into a storeroom where he fondled them in primary schools in Mid and North Wales.

The TV builder Huntley Thawe is accused of assaulting two police officers in front of his young children outside a McDonald's in Redditch after row with his estranged wife.

Police stop knifeman in Birmingham city centre

Dramatic footage has emerged showing a knifeman being tasered by police near one of Britain's busiest rail stations just hours after the Parsons Green tube terror. Police swooped on Birmingham's New Street at around 1pm as the country remained on high alert in the wake of the latest terrorist attack in London. Four officers can be seen surrounding the suspect, who is twitching on the ground as one cop points a taser at him, in the middle of the city's busiest shopping street.

Shocking moment drunken thug kicks his pregnant partner so hard in the stomach that she loses her unborn baby during pub row

This is the shocking moment a drunken thug kicked his pregnant partner so hard in the stomach that she lost her unborn baby daughter. Jessy Johnson, 21, pictured left, was warned by social services that she should stay away from her violent partner Stuart Samson, but the pair stayed together through her pregnancy. Samson, 37, the baby's father, pictured second from right, was known to the authorities following previous violent behaviour but the teenager believed things would get better. But on April 16 last year Jessy lost her daughter when a drunk Samson kicked and attacked her in a bar, and whispered in her ear not to call an ambulance. The grief-stricken young mother was told the baby had died days later but kept the news a secret - refusing to tell any of her family the devastating news she already knew.

EXCLUSIVE: Emily Moore, 22, who hit 14st at her heaviest, was prompted to shake up her diet and fitness before she started a full-time office job in Cheshire after leaving university.

Leaders of 14 heath unions have written to Philip Hammond to demand staff get a 3.9 per cent hike and an £800 bonus in a which would reportedly cost around £2.5billion.

Tuesday Flanders appeared on This Morning alongside her 12-year-old son Chikayzea, after the demand made by Fulham Boys School, London, to cut her son's dreadlocks off or face suspension.

The 14-year-old is thought to have been knifed in the face at St Kentigern's Academy in Blackburn, West Lothian (pictured) by another pupil who has since been detained by police.

Rhiannon Ferguson, 25, from Rossendale, Lancashire was arrested following a two-month surveillance operation by police who tracked her to Liverpool to collect 3kg of cocaine.

To gain an insight into what life would have been like hundreds of years ago for prisoners at Shepton Mallet Prison in Somerset Michael Portillo steps inside the cells.

Katie Hopkins: Nobody cares what happens in our prisons

KATIE HOPKINS: For inmates to say they feel sorry for prison officers really shows the extent of the crisis behind bars. And the 1.7% pay rise given by the government won't help heal the wounds. One inmate, who spent two years inside at two different prisons told me, 'Something has to change'.

The Lib Dem leader tore into the PM for her leadership over the talks and compared her to Terry Waite, who was kidnapped by extremists and held in Lebanon four years.

International Development Secretary Priti Patel fired off a letter to the global body which ruled that the UK cannot use its aid cash because the three overseas territories are too wealthy.

The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Irma

The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Irma can be revealed. Mail Online visited the Caribbean island of St Maarten and found post-apocalyptic scenes, with desperate families running out of food while looted supermarkets contain rotten meat infested with maggots (top right). The military has been drafted in to restore law and order after society broke down in the wake of Irma, which wrought destruction across the Caribbean. Supermarket shelves were left empty by looters (left and bottom right) and private yachts litter the streets after the 225mph winds blew them inland while hotels had their roofs torn off.

Oktoberfest crowds in good spirits as Munich event begins

Oktoberfest revellers in Munich braved the rain as the annual event in the Bavarian capital kicked begun this Saturday. The festival is expected to run from September 15 until October 3. Partygoers were seen drinking beers while standing on tables (left) while steins were offered to locals and tourists alike (top right). There are a handful of tents across the Theresienwiese site, with some holding more than 10,000 people (inset).

How did the duck cross the road? With the help of a traffic policeman who held up cars to escort the mother and her babies to safety

This is the adorable moment a mother duck and her ducklings were escorted across the road by a police officer. The family of ducks would have undoubtedly got into trouble without a police escort, so the thoughtful officer and a female member of the public decided to help them cross the street. The footage was shot on a dash cam in Williams County, North Dakota, U.S.

FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2017 file photo top candidate of the Alternative for Germany, AFD for the upcoming general election Alexander Gauland delivers a speech during an election campaign in Nuremberg, Germany. Germany's justice minister Heiko Maas has criticized Gauland for saying the country has a right to be "proud of German soldiers' achievements in two world wars." (Daniel Karmann/dpa via AP, file)

Nationalist co-leader of Alternative for Germany Alexander Gauland has caused outrage by saying his country has a right to be proud of Nazi soldiers who fought in the Second World War.

The Category One hurricane was on Saturday morning moving northwest 480 miles off of Cape Hatteras with winds of 80mph, and the center of the storm could hit Long Island Wednesday.

The world's oldest person Violet Mosse Brown (pictured) has died in Jamaica aged 117. She was the last living subject of Queen Victoria and worked on a sugar plantation in her early life.

An couple in the inner city Sydney suburb of Surry Hills have offered to help neighbours fill out and post their gay marriage voting forms - but only if they are 'yes' supporters.

The video shows the September 6 shooting of 31-year-old Miguel Richards, the first fatal police encounter captured on bodycams since officers started wearing them this year.

Some 30 sites are being cleared across the Russian capital Moscow, including universities, shopping centres and train stations on Wednesday afternoon.

Gold Coast couple Mike and Bec agreed to tie the knot on Thursday night after he proposed through an ad screened at the cinema and gave her an $85,000 ring he won in a competition.