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Rose McGowan (left) has slammed James Corden for jokes he made about Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual harassment of multiple women at a star-studded gala in Los Angeles (main). His three jokes making light of victims of Weinstein's harassment are being widely condemned on social media as tasteless. McGowan's forceful condemnation of Corden comes after the English comedian hosted the amfAR Gala in Los Angeles on Friday night. The audience reacted to his jokes with a mixture of groans and applause. 'YOU MOTHERF****** PIGLET,' she wrote on Twitter (inset).

Austria set to be run by right-wing Sebastian Kurz

The leader of Austria's right-leaning People's Party has declared victory in a national election that puts him on track to become the world's youngest leader. Austrian foreign minister Sebastian Kurz, 31, claimed the win on Sunday night after projections gave his party a comfortable lead with more than 90 percent of the ballots counted. He fell well short of a majority, but has not ruled out the possibility of forming a minority government once the final result comes in. Kurz, dubbed the Conservative Macron due to his age and his party reform, said: 'I would of course like to form a stable government. If that cannot be done then there are other options,' adding that he planned to talk to all parties in parliament but would first wait for a count of postal ballots that begins on Monday. That count will settle the close race for second place between the Social Democrats and the far-right Freedom Party.

Rebekah Vardy has succeeded in a year-long feud over money with her non-league footballer ex-boyfriend, Luke Foster, who was ordered to pay £500 a month in child support payments.

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Professor Kefah Mokbel, of the Princess Grace Hospital in central London, found that women who colour their hair are 14 per cent more likely to suffer breast cancer.

The embattled Chancellor Philip Hammond (pictured in Washington on Friday) will deliver his Budget on November 22 amid calls for him to be fired over his downbeat approach to Brexit.

According to Carmen Simon, a cognitive scientist and author of the book Impossible to Ignore, there are simple things you can do when you meet someone to ensure you're unforgettable.

Britain invaded by jellyfish amid hurricane Ophelia

The Met Office have said Ophelia's gusts are forecast to make it Britain's strongest ex-tropical storm since September 2011's Hurricane Katia, which had 81mph low-level gusts and caused one death and widespread travel chaos. Winds of more than 81mph would make the storm Britain's strongest ex-hurricane since Hurricane Lili's 92mph gusts in 1996, said AccuWeather, the world's second biggest commercial forecaster. Ophelia (pictured left earlier this week in a satellite image released today) is set to batter the UK tomorrow exactly 30 years after the Great Storm of 1987 which killed 22 people, destroyed around 15million trees and caused £2bn damage. It comes as swarms of deadly jellyfish (inset) have been seen washed up on beaches across the south coast after being blown ashore by the hurricane.

Sightseers still taking pictures on Seven Sisters cliffs

Sightseers are still larking around for snaps on cliffs at Seven Sisters in East Sussex - despite the death of a 23-year-old South Korean tourist who ignored warnings about the dangers of the 200ft high cliffs. Tourists are still taking pictures dangerously close to the edge of the cliff despite countless pleas to learn from Hyewon Kim's fatal mistake. This is the sixth successive day sightseers have been seen posing on the crumbling cliff edge. Despite repeated warnings from experts and the coroner who presided over her inquest, daredevil tourists are still running the risk of falling to their deaths by posing for pictures dangerously close to the edge. More than 350,000 people visit the cliffs at Birling Gap and Seven Sisters cliffs each year. The site has become a hot-spot for thrill seekers and despite numerous signs warning of the dangers, tourists regularly teeter on the edge for photographs.

Retired bank manager John Thomas Lawler, 80 (left), died after losing consciousness while having treatment at the York-based chiropractors, his family claim.

Firefighters are keeping a round-the-clock watch outside a block of flats in Slough which are covered in potentially flammable cladding - sparking fears residents could be at risk.

The heartbreaking moment a terminally-ill mother says goodbye to her five-year-old Down's Syndrome son - with the help of a 'unicorn'

A terminally-ill mother faced with saying goodbye to her Down's Syndrome son was visited by a 'unicorn' to make the heart-wrenching task momentarily less painful. Sammi Fox (pictured), 29, has just days to live after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of bowel cancer last Monday. She posted an emotional message on Facebook to tell her friends and family of how quickly her illness had progressed and how she faced saying goodbye to her boys Bobby (pictured left), five, and Kai, 13. But after being inundated with messages of support, she did not expect a visit from a unicorn (pictured right) - her favourite legendary creature. Heartbroken by what she had read, Lisa Walker (pictured right), who works at Mini Pony Hire in Cambois, Northumberland, rushed to the front of the queue to pay Ms Fox a visit.

An overhaul of the much-loved children's show will see the introduction of two new female characters including Nia, an African engine who teaches Thomas a lesson about friendship.

WH Smith stores in UK airports, train stations and motorway service stations made £96million in the past year - 60 per cent of the total business. Prices at 'travel branches' are considerably higher.

Third woman accuses Harvey Weinstein of sex assault in UK

A third woman today contacted British police with allegations of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein - just hours after English actress Lysette Anthony (left in 2017, right in 1983) claimed he raped her. Metropolitan Police are now investigating five allegations involving Weinstein, sources have confirmed, dating back to the late 1980s. On Sunday, an alleged victim said Weinstein assaulted her in Westminster in 1992. Earlier, Scotland Yard confirmed three allegations were made relating to sexual assaults in London in 2010, 2011 and 2015. Ms Anthony claimed Weinstein (top) stalked her before barging into her West London flat and raping her in the late Eighties. Ms Anthony, a mother-of-one who currently stars in British soap opera Hollyoaks, said Weinstein invited her for a drink at his home in Chelsea and 'grabbed' her, before she fled. Some time later she claims he called at her home, and after she opened the door in her dressing gown he forced his way into the hallway where he attacked her. Ms Anthony put out a tweet earlier this week (inset bottom) in which she said she had reported 'an historic crime' to the police, along with a crime number.

Harvey Weinstein snapped having 'altercation' with blonde

Harvey Weinstein was photographed having an altercation with a 'visibly distressed' blonde woman outside a restaurant in London in 2003, while he was still married to his first wife Eve Chilton. Weinstein was snapped arguing with the woman (left), before approaching a man taking pictures of the moment and pressing money into his hand (centre). But unbeknownst to the movie mogul, a second photographer captured the incident in images that were never released at the time, but have come to light as he faces allegations of rape, sexual abuse and harassment dating back decades.

Mayim Bialik writes about 'flip-side' of sexual harassment

Mayim Bialik talked about the 'flip-side' of sexual harassment in an Op-Ed for the New York Times. In the piece titled 'Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein's World,' the Big Bang Theory star wrote about 'the upside of not being a "perfect 10"' in the entertainment world.

Fabrizio Lombardo, who once headed Miramax's operations in Italy, has been accused by four women of acting as a 'fixer' for Harvey Weinstein by 'taking care of his women needs'.

Samantha Panagrosso claimed she was harassed by the producer on a yacht during the Cannes Film Festival in 2003. She said he even summoned Nicole Kidman to prove his point.

Barnsley teen didn't know she was pregnant until labour

Connie Whitton, 19, of Barnsley, south Yorkshire (pictured left with boyfriend Liam and her baby son Seth), had worked hard to lose three and half stone and was dismayed to discover that she was putting on weight again. The call centre worker told the Mirror how she had 'constant' backache but went about her daily life as normal, until she finally saw a doctor about her pain. It was then that she discovered she was actually nine months pregnant and would give birth to her son Seth (pictured inset) four hours later.

Jayda Fransen was arrested yesterday at the protest in Sunderland after making a short speech among the crowd. Britain First shared video and pictures showing Ms Frasen being led away.

The road crew member fell under the carnival cart at the end of the parade at around 10pm last night during the Chard Carnival. The woman suffered life threatening injuries and was airlifted to hospital.

Sheridan Smith talks about her mental health battle

Sheridan Smith, 36, has battled anxiety and depression, which she says, had been bubbling under the surface for years and was finally 'triggered' by her father's cancer diagnosis in 2016. She is now in recovery and making a return to the limelight with her new music album dedicated to her late father Colin (pictured with Sheridan in 2011).

Approximately one million adults said to be morbidly obese will qualify for the vaccinations in the United Kingdom after New Zealand and Australia suffered their worst flu outbreak in 50 years.

Glen Mitchell, 53, a retired firefighter from Northampton, killed himself 12 weeks after being diagnosed with tinnitus which left him suffering auditory hallucinations.

Why I won't let doctors give my son the flu vaccine 

In Britain, most primary schoolchildren are offered the flu vaccination - it's a nasal spray rather than a jab these days - for free, which we are told protects them from catching the virus. But Max(pictured with Katie, left) is one of those annoyingly lucky kids: born fit and healthy, never had a same-day doctor's appointment in his life, plays football four times a week. Dr Ellie Cannon is one of many medics who disagrees with Katie's view. Only last week she was embroiled in a Twitter spat with Calvin Harris, pictured right here with Taylor Swift, who alleged that flu vaccines contain toxic mercury. 

Sydney-based dermatologist, Dr Natasha Cook, looked at whether we should be showering less, after Vivienne Westwood said she bathes just once a week recently.

The billionaire businessman John Caudwell faces a high court showdown next week after being accused of forcing three women out of top jobs at his companies.

Teenager set up £12m doorsteps.co.uk while in sixth form

Most teenagers of his age spend their school lunch breaks playing football or chatting to girls, but Akshay Ruparelia (pictured) from London used every spare moment to sell houses. The young entrepreneur - nicknamed Alan Sugar by his friends - set up an online estate agency while still at sixth form. And his clever business model has been such a hit that his company doorsteps.co.uk has been valued at £12 million in just over a year.

Devout Christian printer Nigel Williams refused to produce business cards for a transgender diversity consultant because he didn't want to promote a cause potentially harmful to fellow believers.

Prince George may have only just have started primary school, but it has already been reported that the four-year-old royal's parents could send him to attend a mixed gender school.

You can win this £3.5m five bedroom house for £25

A couple are offering lucky punters the chance to win their £3.5million five-bedroom home for just £25 by winning a spot the ball contest. Helen and Gary Weller designed and built the property on the bank of the River Thames but now want to move away from the gorgeous house in Caversham, Berkshire. They were struggling to find a buyer despite months of searching because of the stagnating property market. So instead of selling it the conventional way, the couple have decided to offer it up to the general public in a competition with an entry fee of just £25.

Spain's government has given Carles Puigdemont until Monday to clear up his stance on secession after announcing that he was ready to declare independence but called for more time for talks.

A police operation is underway for a missing 15-year-old girl who has not been seen in 36 hours. Amber Kolliari was last seen yesterday when she left her home in Christchurch, Dorset.

England cricket stars leave Ben Stokes' wedding

Stuart Broad (pictured), Jos Buttler and Ian Bell were photographed leaving Cadbury Hosue near Bristol the day after their shamed teammate tied the knot with his fiancee Clare Ratcliffe. Stokes, 26, wed Miss Ratcliffe - the mother of his two children - in a village near Weston-Super-Mare on Saturday. Friends and family later enjoyed the reception at a luxury hotel nearby and some were seen leaving the venue today. The wedding comes just weeks after Stokes, who is England's highest-paid cricketer, was arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm outside a nightclub in Bristol. Broad was wearing a grey baseball cap and a black long-sleeve t-shirt when he left the hotel on Sunday. Stokes was seen leaving in a Range Rover shortly after. Lancashire batsman Buttler was wearing jeans and flip flops when he left the hotel on Sunday.

Heather Szilagyi, 38, from Canada, was on a flight from Vancouver to London when she noticed bugs crawling over her seat, and says flight crew were unable to move her despite complaining twice.

The 30-year-old man and three friends decided to roll underneath a lorry which was stationary while queuing at a roundabout in Plymouth, Devon last night.

Indonesian goalkeeper dies after colliding with a team-mate during a match shown live on TV

Choirol Huda, 38, who had played his entire career at Indonesia Super League outfit Persela, collided with defender Ramon Rodrigues towards the end of the first half against Semen Padang. The goalkeeper rushed off his line to smother an attacking move from the opposition, but was unable to avoid his defender who was rushing back to clear his lines.

Chefs and porters are said to have complained about a lack of time off and the expectation that they will work at several royal residences for the same salary.

From midnight tonight the old £1 coin will no longer be legal tender. The Mail on Sunday looks at what you should do with any old £1 coins.

The astonishing diktat - condemned last night as 'intrusive' and 'insulting' - orders doctors to include details of a patient's sexuality on their permanent medical record for the first time.

Experts are now painstakingly going back over the vast number of blood tests that it is feared have been doctored by employees at Randox Testing Services.

Boris Johnson goes for a row with eastern EU allies

Boris Johnson today welcomed senior politicians from eight crucial EU allies to his country retreat at Chevening to make the case for Britain's security role after Brexit. The Foreign Secretary indulged in a high stakes photo opportunity to take his Slovenian counterpart Ivo Sramek rowing on a lake in the grounds of the lavish residence. In a moment which risked holing his foreign office career below the waterline, Mr Johnson held up a rowing boar for photographers. He then took to the water and seized control of the oars.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer (pictured) claimed ploughing ever more cash into Brussels coffers could be the best thing for the UK economy.

Hillary Clinton told the BBC's Andrew Marr the link between Brexit and the election of Donald Trump was a breakthrough of 'false stories' in the media.

Michael Gove was pictured drinking and talking with George Osborne - who now edits the Evening Standard - at the Cliveden Literary Festival last night.

In an awkward on-air gaffe, senior Tory MP Nicky Morgan (pictured) was a discussing private conversation with a 'very senior Cabinet minister' before referring to them as 'she'.

Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted Britain must be prepared to walk away from a punishment deal - but John McDonnell told Andrew Marr today he would not 'countenance' a no deal exit.

Chris Grayling dismissed warnings from Sainsbury's that quitting the EU without a trade deal would see prices spike by 22 per cent. Britain imports huge amounts of fruit and veg from southern Europe.

Is this Britain's cheapest home?

The bargain property (pictured) in Grimsby is ready for a new owner to move in straight away with a bedroom, kitchen and living room all freshly painted. The 'neatly fitted' home, which is also fully carpeted, has been described as an 'investment opportunity' by estate agents Pygott & Crone. At £5,000, its price tag is considerably below the £6,650 being asked for a Dolce and Gabbana embellished bag at Harrods.

Kaiz Mahmood and Majid Malik (left) received jail sentences of just eight years after they mowed down and killed James Gilbey, 25, as he used a pelican crossing in Leeds in 2015.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange clashed with Ecuador's president by speaking in support of Catalonian separatists, bringing the fugitive into direct conflict with the government shielding him.

London mother sent nude photos of lover to his wife

Laura Arnold, 37, had an affair with her married lover for over a year before subjecting him to a 'despicable' barrage of embarrassment after he tried to break off their relationship. Arnold, a then-married mother-of-four from Feltham, west London, shared screenshots of her messages with the man as well as nude photos of him showering with the caption 'lying, cheating c***'. She posted them on Twitter and Facebook and messaged them to the man's adult children and wife, claiming 'good p**** always comes with a psycho b**** attached to it'. The next day Arnold demanded £6,000 in 'silence money' to take down the photos with a message that read 'peace is costly but it is worth the expense'.

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The popular weekend long event brought together hundreds of enthusiasts, military re-enactors and visitors to the stations and villages along the North York Moors Railway between Grosmont and Pickering to recreate life as it was in the 1940s. Over the three-day event, revellers could ride heritage steam and diesel locomotives, watch wartime vehicle parades and visit with re-enactors at each station along the railway line. Each station along the line was transformed into a different wartime scene, with a variety of performances and re-enacted scenarios.

Toy suppliers have halted deliveries to the UK arm of Toys R Us in the run up to Christmas amid fears over its parent company's financial struggles.

Leading economists say Britain looks set to grow faster than expected but have cautioned the Bank of England not to hike interest rates.

The Queen's former press secretary Dickie Arbiter told Sky News that planning for a new era of the monarchy with the younger royals at the helm is leading to clashes among staff.

Friends say Gary Goldsmith, the multi-millionaire younger brother of Carole Middleton, was bailed to a London address after being quizzed by police over the argument.

Hillary Clinton has denied a claim that Bill told her not to publish her book about last year's election, calling it 'a flat-out lie' at the Cheltenham Literature Festival

Hustler publisher Larry Flynt took out a full page ad in the Washington Post Sunday, offering $10 million for information that could lead to President Trump's impeachment.

Crowds erupted into violence at around 11.30pm during the ninth round of the title fight between Luke Paddock and Myron Mills at Walsall Town Hall in the West Midlands.

Australian organisation, LiveLighter, have revealed five foods that aren't as healthy as we might think. These include coconut oil, frozen yoghurt and orange juice.

Makeup artist creates seriously good Halloween costumes

Makeup artist Anna Lingis, who is based in London, creates stunning face and body transformations using only the power of cosmetics. Pictured clockwise from top left: Perrie Edwards is transformed into a spooky mermaid. Megan McKenna became a lion for the TOWIE finale. Her co-star Danielle Arsmtrong dressed up as a creepy looking doll. One model is transformed with body makeup to look like Wonder Woman. Disney's Elsa from Frozen is given a sinister looking makeover. A more traditional Halloween look sees a model looking very scary.

With 75 per cent of the world growing, the consensus view is that the impact of the financial crisis has finally been erased, says Alex Brummer.

Online fashion retailer Asos is expected to report a 35 per cent rise in sales to £1.9 billion on Tuesday, with profits also expected to grow 24 per cent to £79.3 million.

Dramatic moment dog being swept miles out to sea is rescued after it was spotted by a coastguard HELICOPTER on a training flight

A dog that was being swept out to sea has been safely rescued after being spotted by a coastguard helicopter in training. The UK coastguard was alerted to the cockerpoo in difficulty in the Moray Firth at Cummingston, on the north-east coast of Scotland, at 10.45am on Sunday. The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) said their search and rescue helicopter based at Inverness, which was training in the area at the time, was quickly able to locate the pet.

An 11-year-old boy has died after being found 'covered in blood' from mystery cuts to his head in Newtonabbey in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Police believe he was attacked by a family dog.

Female submarine officer Rebecca Edwards (pictured), 25, accused of having an 'inappropriate relationship' with Commander Stuart Armstrong 'wore his uniform' during their fling.

'Everything in the house is a wonderland to him': Freed child hostage, 4, who was born into Taliban captivity and has never seen the outside world explores his Canadian home for the first time

The first homecoming photos have emerged of a couple held hostage for five years by a Taliban-linked extremist network in Afghanistan, after their return to Canada. Joshua Boyle played with his son Najaeshi Jonah, four, in the garden of his parents' home in Smith Falls, Ontario on Saturday. The boy appeared happy and healthy, digging in the grass alongside his father. Boyle was spotted showing his son different plants in the garden and was later seen talking on his cell phone.

Senior members of the Northern Irish party - which is backing Mrs May in a confidence and supply arrangement - said Mr Hammond is 'causing unnecessary division' in the Tory Party.

The plane, travelling from Palma, Mallorca, to Luton Airport had to be diverted to Paris where doctors and paramedics boarded the aircraft and the first officer was taken away in an ambulance.

A man has survived a fall from a balcony of a fifth-story luxury fla in Merserysidet to pavement below - less than a mile from where another man died falling from same height.

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The groom who lost his life in a tragic accident at Kempton on Saturday night has been named as Ken Dooley, an employee of Sussex trainer Amanda Perrett.

Matthew Carter, 45, from Dereham, in Norfolk, has been jailed for more than 11 years after his two-year-old victim became the youngest child to give evidence in a criminal case.

Remember, remember? No, you'll long to forget BBC's Guy Fawkes gore: New Gunpowder Plot drama does not spare the gruesome detail of 17th century executions (or the full-frontal nudity)

It was the terror plot that the nation will always remember. And viewers may also find it's a long time before they can forget the gory execution scenes in the BBC's new drama about the Gunpowder Plot. A retelling of the plot to assassinate King James I by blowing up the House of Lords during the state opening of Parliament in 1605, the series does not spare the gruesome detail.

The Peace Pledge Union (PPU) has won the backing of the England and Wales National Union of Teachers in its plan to get schools to endorse the pacifist symbol.

Henry Woolgar, a labourer from Esher in Surrey, was on his way to work on June 10, 1854, when he passed a cottage and noticed something curious hanging from an upstairs window.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell insisted he did not expect the currency to be smashed if Jeremy Corbyn enters No 10. But he said Labour was preparing for 'every scenario'.

Speaking to Andrew Marr today Chris Grayling (pictured) did not deny there were disagreements inside Government but said this was because ministers were 'not clones'.

The Queen gets back behind the wheel after church service

The Queen may be scaling back her royal duties but it appears the 91-year-old monarch gave her chauffeur the day off, as she was spotted driving her Jaguar back from a Sunday church service. The Queen, who is a fan of driving and who doesn't legally need a license, has been seen on many occasions driving herself down the Long Walk in Windsor Great Park. While she is always chauffeured during royal occasions, the Queen is in fact a capable driver, having learnt to drive while serving as a mechanic in the Women' s Auxillary Territorial Service during the Second World War. Over the years she has been photographed on numerous occasions taking to the lanes of her Sandringham estate in a trusted Range Rover.

Stress incontinence is caused by a weakening of the pelvic-floor muscles which control the flow of urine and may affect millions of women in the UK.

Through an analysis of food fragments left in pots and bones found in the ground near Stonehenge, scientists have deduced what was consumed construction of the monument.

EXCLUSIVE: Mother-of-one Beth Brown, 25, from West Yorkshire, was a newlywed trying for her second baby when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, at the age of just 22.

Mogadishu al Qaida-linked truck bomb kills 189 in Somalia

Doctors struggled to assist horrifically wounded victims, many burnt beyond recognition. Officials feared the toll would continue to climb from Saturday's truck bomb that targeted a busy street near key ministries. Ambulance sirens still echoed across the city as bewildered families wandered in the rubble of buildings, looking for missing relatives. 'In our 10 year experience as the first responder in Mogadishu, we haven't seen anything like this,' the Aamin Ambulance service tweeted. President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed declared three days of mourning and joined thousands of people who responded to a desperate plea by hospitals to donate blood for the wounded victims.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and his wife have been left stunned after her former husband Steven Hind committed suicide. Friends say Hind struggled to cope following the breakup.

The clampdown in San Antonio, famous for its bars and nightclubs, is part of the island's crackdown on drunken tourism and 'uncivic behaviour', a move reflected in Majorca.

A study by eminent hospital death rates expert Sir Brian Jarman suggests a 'postcode lottery' of care is consigning hundreds or even thousands of patients to an early grave.

Kent boy and his mum are pulled to safety by firefighters

A four-year-old boy and his mother (bottom right) had to be rescued after getting stuck in mud off Herne Bay, Kent. Fire crews were sent to rescue the pair on Neptune's Arm off Central Parade at around 4pm on Sunday (left). The young boy got stuck in the mud while he was looking for crabs, Kent Online reported. An inflatable stretcher had to be used to reach the pair, who were eventually dragged to safety by the side of the pier (top right).

Labour MP Tulip Siddiq, who kept her maiden name after marrying Chris Percy in 2013, claimed that she was interrogated by UK border police for 45 minutes when returning from France this summer.

Justyna Gorska, 34, of Vauxhall, was jailed for 28 months after being caught using the menu to supply customers with cocaine whenever they ordered a specific drink off the menu at Dion Bar.

Ofsted's Chief Inspector of Schools, Amanda Spielman, warned that schools that practise 'rigid gender segregation' must change, even if it upsets the local community.

Duterte said he would resort to a revolutionary government, as opposed to martial law that would require congressional approval, if communists and other opponents tried to destabilise his rule

Rodrigo Duterte made the threat during a bombastic speech from the Philippines capital Manila, in which he threatened to arrest his communist opponents and 'go to full war against the reds'.

Incredible, tear-jerking moment California wildfire survivors are reunited with their pup in the ashes the of their home after they were certain the lost pet had been killed

A distressed California family forced to exit their home amid the deadly wildfires returned back to the absent land with the most shocking and welcoming surprise awaiting. The parents of Beckyjean Widen were utterly devastated last weekend when the deadly catastrophe arose that since left 38 dead and hundreds of others missing - as they were left with no choice but to depart their home and leave most of their treasured belongings behind. Sadly, this included their beloved dog, Izzy, who suddenly escaped their sight just moments before the wildfire broke out.

The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor Frank Barrett met Nathan Blecharczyk, who joined Airbnb right at the beginning, as the company's chief technology officer.

Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott parked his Renault at the HQ in Maidstone, Kent, Wednesday - but forgot to put his handbrake on, causing the car to roll on to a road.

Pope Francis canonised 35 new Roman Catholic saints on Sunday, including three indigenous children martyred in 16th century Mexico, considered the first Christians killed for their faith in the New World.

Revealed: The forgotten 1939 Nazi rally in New York, where a Jewish protester was beaten and stripped as a speaker on stage called for a 'white, gentile-ruled USA'

This is the shocking moment that 22,000 people cheered on the idea of a white supremacist USA in New York's Madison Square Garden - in the guise of a 'pro-American rally'. The footage, shot on February 20, 1939, shows the audience throwing Nazi salutes as the American flag is carried to a stage bedecked with a 30-foot-high painting of George Washington flanked by swastikas. The Pledge of Allegiance is then read out before the group's leader, German-American Fritz Kuhn, gets up to denounce the 'Jewish media' and call for America to be 'returned to the American people ... a white, gentile-ruled United States'.

An Afghan security force personnel walks next to containers filled with explosive material after presenting it to the media at the National Directorate of Security (NDS) headquarters in Kabul on October 15, 2017

Police shot and wounded the jihadi carrying 30 yellow and orange plastic containers filled with explosive material and two bombs weighing 100kg each, near a checkpoint in Kabul.

Trish Wagstaff, 85, from Oxfordshire, has done a stunt a year for the past decade, raising £150,000 for charity by taking part in tasks including wing walking, abseiling, sky diving and hang-gliding.

The worst takeaway menu mistakes in funny pictures

Twitter users have been sharing the funniest spelling mistakes they've spotted on takeaway menus and signs. Pictured clockwise from top left: Chocolate puke makes it onto the dessert menu. An Indian restaurant accidentally makes an X-rated offer with 'erotic spice'. 'Friend fries' and a tasty 'sousage rool' are on the menu at this takeaway place. Another eatery was glutton free instead of gluten free. A Chinese restaurant sold egg fired rice instead of the usual egg fried variety. Instead of offering dessert, this place advertised deserts instead.

The Great Storm caused devastation across the UK and fixing the damage was the biggest outdoor repair job in the National Trust's 122-year history, with 500,000 trees planted across Southern England.

Work has finally started to cover the charred remains of Grenfell Tower in west London - nearly four months after the fire there killed nearly 80 people. White sheets have appeared on the outside.

Newcastle boy's cough turned into croup in 24 hours

Brave Reuben Humphreys, three, is being kept in intensive care at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary after a simple cough badly deteriorated. Now, his father Owner Humphreys, of Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, is cautioning other parents to watch out for croup. Mr Humphreys told the Newcastle Chronicle: 'Within 24 hours he went from a happy little boy running around on holiday to being in intensive care. 'I'm a dad and I had never even heard of croup.'

Whether we're at work, in a bus queue or online, too many of us use rudeness as a first resort instead of showing consideration to others. Anna Moore investigates an uncivil epidemic.

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Lisa Smith opens up about travelling world with her fiance

She makes an enviable living capturing perfectly-arranged, beautifully-set-up photographs from some of the world's most exotic locations. Lisa Smith (pictured left in Greece, inset in Byron Bay and right in Italy), who hails from the Gold Coast in Queensland, has turned her spontaneous travels into a lucrative career by blogging and sharing her postcard-like snapshots to more than 150,000 Instagram followers. From eating Gelato ice cream in the streets of Italy to riding camels through the Sahara desert - the 28-year-old has been leading a fulfilling life out of her suitcase many dream about. Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the young woman - who now lives in Byron Bay in New South Wales - has given a glimpse into her travels - and how her iPhone images spiralled into a sumptuous Instagram feed.

   

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Bulldog wins vets' annual X-ray contest in Massachusetts

These startling X-ray images are part of a whole series of pictures showing the weird things swallowed by pets from across the US. From one dog who ate its entire bone (six month-old bulldog Leia from Massachusetts with the vet in the main image), to an alligator eating a plug (bottom left). Owners worried about their poorly pets soon discovered the real reasons behind their unusual behaviour - including one dog that ate spoons (top right), a tortoise that ate a turtle pendant (bottom right), and a dog that consumed tiny toy dinosaurs (top left).

Twins Stuart and Ian Paton, from Hampshire, have broken the record for the heaviest pumpkin ever recorded in the UK - weighing a staggering 162 stone (2,269 lbs).

But now it appears that M&S;'s new £7.50-a-bottle Sumika wines have broken the mould - and drinkers can raise a glass without worrying about piling on the pounds.

Perched high on a hill overlooking Brighton, it's a property that enjoys spectacular views. But that's not what catches the eye as you approach this idyllic home.

A farmer in rural Victoria has captured a brown snake eating a black snake. John Northey was talking his dogs for a walk when he saw the reptiles on his property.

Moment Kirby the tortoise munches eats a strawberry

A very sweet video shows the moment a Russian tortoise eats his first strawberry. Kirby the tortoise struggles to grab bites because he's so small, but his owner helps him out. Russian tortoises can't eat too much sugar because it's not healthy for them, so his owner only let him have a few bites. Russian tortoises only grow to about five to 10 inches long and can live for more than 40 years.

   

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