Last updated: 01:12 BST, 29 March 2018

Inside Kim Jong-un's secret North Korean train where he met Chinese

First pictures have emerged The 'love train' used by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to meet his Chinese counterpart. The distinctive green and yellow armoured train that pulled into Beijing on Monday is the same one used by his father Kim Jong Il in May 2000 when he too travelled to  Beijing to visit Jiang Zemin, China's leader at the time. According to a 2009 report in the South Korean press, the train at the time consisted of about 90 armoured carriages, with two separate trains travelling ahead and behind it to handle security. 

Labour in MELTDOWN over anti-Semitism

Labour was in meltdown over anti-Semitism last night after its disciplinary chief resigned for opposing the suspension of an apparent Holocaust denier. Christine Shawcroft, who was only appointed in January, stood down after it emerged that she had e-mailed colleagues to demand the activist be let back into the party. The activist, Alan Bull, a Labour candidate for Peterborough Council, had been suspended for posting a link on Facebook to a fake news article titled: 'International Red Cross Report Confirms the Holocaust of Six Million Jews is a Hoax.'

British scientists have established the first genetic link to cot death that directly involves a baby's breathing - they say that the syndrome could be caused by weak respiratory muscles.

Trump announced in a tweet Wednesday that his Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin was out, and nominated White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson to take over.

All you need to do is make a few simple changes to the way that you spend your money and you’ll have found yourself a brand new source of income.

Sandra Kirkham, 72, said she was forced to pay £17 for a glass bowl that she broke when she had an epileptic seizure at a Mencap shop in Congleton, Cheshire, on Monday.

This time of the year is the second most likely time to feign illness according to the NRMA - and employers are well aware of your tricks. FEMAIL takes a look at the worst state offenders.

Sergei and Yulia Skripal poisoned with nerve agent by front door

Tonight British police have revealed they believe the former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter were exposed to a suspected nerve agent at the front door of their home (pictured main, shortly after the father and daughter were poisoned on Sunday, March 4). The pair (inset) remain in critical condition in hospital with experts earlier today predicting a judge soon may have to make the fatal decision on whether or not to continue life support for the duo. Speaking tonight, Dean Haydon, head of the Metropolian Police’s counter terrorism command, said: ‘At this point in our investigation, we believe the Skripals first came into contact with the nerve agent from their front door. We are therefore focusing much of our efforts in and around their address.’

Amy Bright, 41, gave birth to her sixth and youngest son Jacob by c-section in 2003 at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. 14 years later a piece of the needle from the epidural was found in her spine.

Public Health England chiefs have issued an alert regarding the possible spread of the bug - which proved resistant to recommended treatment. The man's identity is unknown.

The 18-year-old driver and her passenger, also 18, were found by a passing motorist near The Hatch pub in Basingstoke at 5am today. They were students at Peter Symonds College in Winchester.

To help Australians with their office endeavours, Christina Shenouda, the Head of Portfolio at Open Colleges , has revealed her top tips for those seeking promotions at each age.

London woman hit by bricks 'had dropped child off at school'

A woman fighting for her life after being crushed by a pallet of bricks that fell from 70ft has been identified as Michaela Boor (left), a young mother from East London, MailOnline can reveal. Shocking footage shows the 29-year-old lying on the pavement covered in piles of rubble yesterday morning (right) as passers-by rushed to help her. The 29-year-old was understood to have dropped her son off at school across the road from the building site in Mile End when bricks descended from scaffolding above. Today as Miss Boor fights for her life in hospital it has tragically emerged the young woman had just got engaged. A talented designer and owner of Kayla’s Creations, it has also emerged Miss Boor’s father has been a bricklayer for 20 years. Today his employers Maytrix Construction, based in Knebworth, Hertfordshire, has set up a fundraising to help the family at this difficult time.

British presenter Nadia Sawalha (pictured with her daughters) has spoken of the trauma of her four miscarriages. She said she felt overwhelming guilt about the abortion she had before marriage.

A passenger plane bound for Russia run over the foot of a ground crew worker at Gatwick airport, reports say, requiring him to be rushed to hospital and delaying the flight until Thursday morning.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of Bangkok-based firm KGI Securities says the devices will have a more rounded shape than the square format first introduced three years ago (pictured).

The space grey-colored products cost $20 more than the usual silver color. Until now, the space grey accessories were only available if you purchased a $2,000 (£1,500) iMac Pro.

Why raising my son’s made me question what female empowerment is doing to boys

British CEO Michelle Kennedy (pictured left and right with her son Fin) says she is trying to raise her son Fin, four, to be a good feminist and to empathise with others, as well as encouraging him to articulate his emotions without fear. However, she said it recently occurred to her that if she had a daughter she might be more concerned with passing on different messages. She admits she's started to feel uncomfortable with her own preconceptions about gender.

Five of the gang of veteran criminals who carried out the infamous £14million raid on London's jewellery district in 2015 were jailed - but a mystery seventh member of the group was never caught.

THERESA MAY: The ordinary British people have made it clear - Brexit MUST be a success

THERESA MAY: A year from today, at 11pm on Friday, March 29, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. In doing so, we will reach the end of a process that began in the summer of 2016 with the single biggest democratic mandate this country has ever seen. Of course there were many who, at the time, wanted to see a different outcome. I know there are still some who would be happier if the referendum were to be rerun or the result ignored. But as I travel around the country, talking to ordinary people far from the Westminster bubble, one thing quickly becomes very clear.

A Daily Mail and MailOnline petition to have Britain's post-Brexit blue passports made by a British company rather than a European firm has gained more than 195,000 signatures.

'Oh a***': Justice Minister turns air blue blurting out swear word in Brexit debate after spilling a glass of water on himself

Peers were left red-faced today after Justice Minister Lord Keen blurted out 'a***' after dropping a glass of water down his crotch during a Brexit debate in the House of Lords in London. The Scottish Tory peer used the expletive after he took an intervention from Baroness Altmann during the EU Withdrawal Bill committee stage debate and knocked a glass of water all over himself. A doorkeeper later mopped up the water from the floor and surrounding desk.

Student reveals how to clean a beauty blender in  the MICROWAVE

Julianna Asouzu, 19, from South London shared a video of her clever cleaning trick on Twitter where it's been viewed 2.2 million times by impressed beauty fans. She started off with sponges so covered in make-up they were dark brown, but after a minute being microwaved in soapy water they were good as new (right).

Nice released its new guidance in an attempt to dampen the spiralling confusion over the safety of the trendy gadgets. Campaigners have once again called for the gadgets to be licensed.

Dozens of schools across the country, including in London, Devon, Cornwall, Birmingham and the North East, had hoax threats sent to them today, threatening an imminent attack.

Monika Jephcott Thomas moved to England in 1966. Her father Max was a doctor conscripted as a medic under the Nazis. She explains how families were destroyed on both sides of the war.

A vet has adopted the headless animal (pictured), feeding it by dropping food down its neck and giving it antibiotics after it was found without a head in a popular district in Thailand.

Irish rugby stars found not guilty of raping same woman

Two Ireland rugby stars who were in a WhatsApp group which boasted about 'spit roasting' girls were today cleared of raping the same woman after a night out. Paddy Jackson, 26, and Stuart Olding, 25, were accused of sexually assaulting the woman when they went back to Jackson's home in Belfast, Northern Ireland. But they were both cleared by a jury who deliberated for almost four hours at Belfast Crown Court on Wednesday. The jury had heard during the nine-week trial that the defendants were in a message group which said sex with a woman was 'like a merry-go-round at a carnival'. Speaking outside court, Jackson - who was also cleared of a separate charge of sexual assault - said: 'I'd just like to thank the judge and the jury for giving me a fair trial, my parents for being here every day, as well as my brother and sisters. Out of respect for my employers I've nothing further to comment.' Two friends were also cleared of charges including perverting the course of justice, withholding information and exposure but they were all cleared of all charges.

Inside the world's biggest cruise ship Symphony of the Seas

The world's biggest and most expensive ever cruise ship is just days away from setting sail on its maiden voyage. Royal Caribbean's 'Symphony of the Seas' is currently docked in in Malaga, Spain, (pictured centre) where it dwarfs nearby apartment blocks, The ship weighs 228,000 tonnes, and at 1,188 feet long, it is just 20 metres shy of the length of the Empire State Building in New York. The cruise ship boasts a shopping area (top right), multiple swimming pools (bottom right, one of the pools) and also has a one-of-a-kind ultimate family suite, set over two levels and 1,346 square feet. The fun-focused suite has a slide installed for guests wanting to get from the upper to the lower level (top left), and also features a floor-to-ceiling Lego wall as well as an air hockey table and a ping pong table. For those wanting to relax, guests in the suite can chill out in the private cinema that comes with an 85-inch HD TV along with a library of video games. Or they can head for the full-size whirlpool hot tub (bottom left) and lounge on the cabin's 212 square-foot balcony, which has ocean views. 

Chinese web users came up with the creative aliases after censors had allegedly banned sensitive search words related to the North Korean leader during his four-day visit to the country this week.

Little is known about Ri Sol-ju, the wife of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Rumors include that she was a singer who caught his eye during a concert, and has three children with him.

Good Housekeeping (GH) has created a foolproof recipe that guarantees crispy spuds every time. Their tricks include parboiling for exactly 12 minutes and sprinkling spuds with flour.

A map showing the 21 local authorities that don't yet have Civil Parking Enforcement powers from the government

Motorists living in more than 20 local authorities in England, including six council's in Suffolk (pictured) can park where they like with only a small risk of getting issued with a ticket.

Holly Willoughby on Celebrity Juice: Star struggles on wobble board and admits incontinence struggle

She's often left red faced as one of the panellists on Celebrity Juice.  Yet Holly Willoughby, 37, took things to the next level on Thursday's episode as she struggled to recover from the show's famous wibbly wobbly board challenge before admitting she's scared about having incontinence. Things got off to a hilarious start during a team game which involved her lying down on the vibrating board - which shook furiously as she attempted to describe animals for her teammates. 

Terry Bryant, who could face up to three years in jail if convicted of the single felony count of grand theft, made his first appearance at Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday.

The Queen, 91, welcomed President Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia, 48, to Windsor Castle on Wednesday. In the room for they met, the Queen kept a small, grey fan heater.

Kate and William are university sweethearts who have effectively grown up together. Meghan and Harry met in their 30s with lots of life experience in tow. There are pros and cons to both, Tracey says.

Oxford student Lavinia Woodward 'too posh for jail' finds love again

The Oxford medical student who was ‘too bright’ to be jailed after stabbing her Tinder date has found love again with the son a Russian billionaire. Lavinia Woodward, 24, (left) is now in a relationship with 21-year-old businessman Philip Kagalovsky (right), whose father counts Roman Abramovich as one of his closest friends, MailOnline can reveal. The couple have been together since last February and live together in a flat in an exclusive suburb of South West London

Former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson has been suspended from Twitter for 'hateful conduct', however his Facebook page remains in operation.

An Axios report revealing Trump's plot to put strict new regulations on the company may have already had the intended effect: Amazon stock plunging by more than $53 billion in value.

Jimmy Tarbuck's heartfelt tribute to Ken Dodd at emotional funeral

Celebrities including Roy Chubby Brown, Ricky Tomlinson and Les Dennis joined hundreds of fans paying their final respects to comedian Sir Ken Dodd as his funeral was held today. Fans lined the streets of Liverpool with tickle sticks for the thanksgiving service at the city's Anglican cathedral (bottom centre). A horse-drawn hearse, a nod to his father's job as a coal merchant, led the funeral cortege from his home in Knotty Ash. The much-loved comedian, aged 90, died at his home earlier this month, two days after marrying his partner Anne Jones (bottom left, today). His funeral service was open to the public, with a large screen broadcasting the ceremony for mourners outside the cathedral. Comedian Jimmy Tarbuck (bottom right) spoke during the service, describing Sir Ken as 'the greatest stage comic I've ever seen'. Diddymen followed Sir Ken's coffin as it was carried out of the cathedral (top).

The mishap was caught live on camera as mourners were leaving Sir Ken Dodd's funeral at Liverpool Cathedral - and it turned out that the woman was once the late comic's housekeeper.

Despite the start of British Summertime on Sunday, temperatures are expected to remain below average for the time of year for the next four weeks, with overnight frosts and even snow expected this Easter.

Is parole system fit for purpose?

The parole system was in crisis yesterday after top judges attacked the decision to free black cab rapist John Worboys. In a scathing ruling, they cited basic failures in the Parole Board's handling of the case. They said the 60-year-old's claim that he posed no risk had 'not been probed to any extent, if at all'. The fiasco led to the sacking yesterday of the board's chief, left a minister on the brink and sparked fears that the whole parole system might not be fit for purpose.

Victims of black cab rapist John Worboys told of their relief after his prison release was blocked yesterday, but questioned why they were forced to fight to keep him behind bars.

Stormy Daniels's attorney claims her pupils were dilated during her '60 Minutes' due to

Stormy Daniels had dilated pupils (left) during her interview on '60 Minutes' on Sunday allegedly because of Benadryl (inset). Social media users were distracted by the 39-year-old's appearance despite her shocking claims that she spanked Trump with a magazine and talked about the first time they'd allegedly had unprotected sex. Many were left wondering if she had taken certain class A drugs, such as cocaine and ecstasy, or the prescription medication Adderall used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. However, Daniels's attorney Michael Avenatti said she had only taken the popular allergy medicine. 'The only drug that my client took within the 24 hours before the interview was a single Benadryl,' Avenatti told Inside Edition. He dismissed the claims that she had taken Adderall or other medications as 'patently false and bogus'.

Chloe Green bonds with Jeremy Meeks' family amid baby claim

They are rumoured to be expecting their first child together. And whilst Jeremy Meeks, 34, has kept quiet on the claims, he broke his social media silence on Wednesday as he revealed girlfriend Chloe Green, 27, was enjoying some quality time with his side of the family.  Taking to Instagram, the former convict-turned-model - known as the Hot Felon - shared a snap of the pair cosied up between several generations of the Meeks family.

British Transport Police confirmed two people have died after horrified witnesses claimed they jumped in front of a train 'while hugging each other' at Doncaster Railway Station.

Smug Apple CEO Tim Cook slams Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook data scandal, boasting ‘I wouldn’t be in this situation’

Apple boss Tim Cook pulled no punches when he was asked about Facebook's ongoing privacy scandal. Cook was in Chicago on Wednesday to debut Apple's newest iPad and unveil a slew of education-focused apps. When asked what he would do if he were Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Cook said: 'I wouldn't be in this situation.'

NSA whistleblower Snowden, now believed to be in exile in Moscow, shared the footage in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal which saw data from 50 million Facebook sold on.

Christopher Wylie (pictured), a former employee of scandal-hit firm Cambridge Analytica, said companies like Facebook use the microphone on mobile phones to help tailor their adverts. Studies show seven per cent of people think Facebook listens to their phone conversations

Facebook, based in Mountain View, California is understood to be placing the products under review in the light of the hit it has taken to its public image over the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Facebook labels users as either moderate, liberal or conservative. The social media platform's users can also be 'very liberal' or 'very conservative'. Here's how to find out how it labeled you.

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin reunite for family photo

They famously consciously uncoupled back in 2014.  But friendly exes Gwyneth Paltrow, 45, and Chris Martin, 41, reunited for a family snap with their children Apple, 13, and Moses, 11, as they posed in front of a London property.  The foursome looked every inch the happy family, with many people wondering in the comments section if they were paying a nostalgic trip to their former home.

Megan Davison, 27, of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, committed suicide just three days after she was discharged from mental health services after it was judged she did not have clinical depression.

His comments were immediately followed by a segment on the recent sexual harrassment scandal in Hollywood - causing viewers to brand him 'pervy' and 'creepy' on Twitter.

Woman left with saggy skin after shedding 200lbs is now obsessed with weight loss

At her heaviest, Hope Tucker tipped the scales at 327lbs and was taking medication for depression. Complications during her weight loss surgery nearly cost her her life, and now her weight has dropped so low that skin just hangs from her gaunt frame. In a preview clip for Wednesday night's episode of the TLC series Skin Tight , Hope admits that she desperately wants to have her excess skin removed because she fears her unhappiness over it will trigger her depression.

Metropolitan Police officers forced their way into the property in Tooting High Street, south London (pictured) after they received a call from a concerned member of the public on Monday.

EXCLUSIVE: Sandra Dyke, a fitting consultant for French lingerie brand Chantelle, tells FEMAIL what type of underwear brides should choose based on their gown's fabric and neckline.



Two Arab princes in $450m bidding war for Da Vinci's Salvator Mundi

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and de-facto United Arab Emirates ruler Mohammed Bin Zayed (left together) both sent representatives to bid on Leonardo Da Vinci's 'Salvator Mundi' (right) last year, DailyMail.com can reveal. The painting sold for a record-breaking $450.3 million. Neither Arab ruler knew the other was bidding, instead they both feared losing the auction to reps from the Qatari ruling family. Then under pressure from his critics to get rid of the painting, Salman struck a deal with his Emirati counterpart to swap the painting for a superyacht (inset).

The mother-of-four revealed on Giovanna Fletcher's podcast about motherhood that she demands affection from her children and would 'do' her son Jake with tongues if she could.

Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett has warned in a new rulebook for judges in England and Wales that social media presents new questions and concerns for which guidance is required.

Kim Jong-un repeated his pledge to abandon his nukes as he visited Beijing this week, but satellite imagery that appears to show tests being carried out at a reactor in North Korea have raised doubts.

Arg strips off: TOWIE star James Argent overcomes body insecurities for The Real Full Monty as girlfriend Gemma Collins shares her support

He previously threatened to pull out of the charity striptease after he struggled to shed his clothes due to his 'body image' insecurities. Despite his apprehension, James 'Arg' Argent made a triumphant appearance on stage as part of ITV's The Real Full Monty on Wednesday night to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.

According to Apartment Therapy, the components of your cleaning products will start to break down over time - especially once they're open - meaning they become less effective.

As revealed in yesterday's Mail, the female of the species is more lukewarm about sex than the male. Around a third of pre-menopausal women and half of older women report sexual problems.

A referendum on Ireland's strict constitutional position on abortion will be held on May 25, the Government has confirmed.

Researchers from Stanford University are developing a vaccine that activates the immune system to attack tumours. It contains two drugs proven for their safety, with side effects expected to be just fever.

Diply shows hacks people use to save time and effort

Social media users from around the world have been sharing people's weird attempts to conserve energy. Pictured clockwise, from top left: One woman couldn't be bothered to unbox her new office chair before sitting on it; another person tried to conceal their dirty dishes with a fake sink board; and one person used a door stop without taking the packaging off. One mother decided to write a note to the pizza delivery man instead of just putting her trousers on; another person found an unorthodox way of browsing the web; and one woman decided to drink out of a freezer bag, instead of washing out a cup.

But after the operation, the baby suffered with a collapsed lung and also struggled to fight off an infection 

His parents Tracie Wright and Steven Douthwaite, from Newcastle, hoped his new heart would give him a chance at life but they announced on Tuesday night that their son had lost his fight for life.

Super SUV: Here's the first look at Jaguar's new high-performance 4x4 - the astronomically powerful F-Pace SVR

Jaguar has revealed the fastest version yet of its F-Pace SUV - with a top speed of 176mph. Powered by a 5-litre supercharged V8 engine, it produces 542bhp and can hit 60mph in 4 secs.

A Scottish wildcat nicknamed 'the Beast' has been captured on video by researchers in the Scottish Highlands. It is one of the largest recorded in the world.

The pair were led through the streets of Yingkiong in far northeastern India by an angry mob before they were handed over to local police, as the hunt for two other suspects continued.

Moment Iraqi gang who smuggled scores of illegal Afghan, Syrian and Albanian immigrants into the UK is busted by Spanish Civil Guard

A criminal organisation that brought in scores of illegal immigrants to the UK from Spanish ports has been stopped by the Civil Guard. The migrants - mostly from Albania but also Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan - were stowed away on ferries and cruise liners destined for UK ports. The immigrants left Spain from Santander in Cantabria and Santurtzi in the Basque Country.

The 'high-tech utopia' of Songdo on South Korea's northeast coast was built from scratch and designed around technology, with computers built into its streets to control traffic.

Sir Ken Robinson, whose 2006 TED talk titled Do Schools Kill Creativity? is the most viewed of all time, said learning to dance improves students' relationships, memory and concentration.

Five men suspected of burglary, who were fleeing police in a high-speed car chase through Liverpool, broadcast the pursuit live on Facebook for the amusement of their friends.

One man is fighting for his life after a car mounted the kerb and smashed into a shop in Golders Green, north west London ahead of this Friday's Passover celebrations for the Jewish community.

The pamphlet on display at the Pontypridd Museum in Wales has been widely shared online. The first tip is 'Do not marry at all', before advising ladies to look for a window cleaner 'if they must'.

Princess Diana was much more intelligent than she made out

Speaking to Harper's Bazaar, the former BBC royal correspondent, 67, who covered 14 of the most turbulent years of the monarchy recalled that there was much more to Diana than met the eye, and that she had a fantastic sense of humour. However, she recalled Prince Charles being 'deeply troubled' during their marriage.

The fact liquid water can survive impacts by planet-sized bodies (artist's impression) means it should be abundant on other worlds, scientists from Open University in London said.

The doomed Tiangong-1 Chinese space station is set to hit Earth over Easter. Predictions of where it may land come from Aerospace, an organisation based in El Segundo, California.

Known as The Ziggy Cup, the first reusable silicone menstrual device that can be worn while being intimate is now available online in the UK. It sits below the cervix and catches blood.

Researchers at Brown University have found two new compounds successfully treated antibiotic-resistant MRSA infections in mice, a key step as health officials warn of impending crisis.

The British retailer's trainers feature a 'soft heel' you can fold down, so that you can treat them as slip on shoes. Twitter users were quick to joke about the footwear, which they say are ideal for chores.

While her wedding plans to Prince Harry are well underway it seems that Meghan Markle's on-screen character Rachel Zane is struggling with vow-writing and a groom with pre-wedding jitters.

Rafe Spall joins The War Of The Worlds TV adaptation as kicks off production in Liverpool

Last year, it was announced that The War Of The Worlds - one of the best-read science fiction in history - was being adapted for a British television.  And on Wednesday, filming was seen getting well underway in Cheshire's Delamere Forest, as Rafe Spall shot dramatic alien attack scenes for the BBC adaptation of HG Wells' classic novel. Getting into character as George, the 35-year-old actor sported a soot-covered Victorian-ea dark suit as he chatted away on the set with Harry Melling, who stepped out in soldier uniform for his role in the upcoming drama.

A vicious cat fight between two feuding traveller women in Ireland was caught on camera. The two angry women locked horns on a front garden and began biting each other's faces.

Muhammad Abid, 27, who plotted to enlist an army of children to attack 30 landmarks in London had two council houses, one for himself and one for his wife. He also claimed benefits as her carer.

Anna Rudenok, 24, from Russia, discovered husband Dmitry, who is also the father of her son, was cheating on her with 19-year-old student and model Emilia Ignatova via social media.

Kevin Rowley, 47, killed himself after he struggled to cope with growing old, an inquest heard. The TV extra was found suffocated in bed in Hulme, Manchester, August 15, 2017.

Residents report deadly scorpion on the loose… only for RSPCA to find it was a RUBBER TOY 

After a child reported the sighting in Grantham, Lincolnshire, a rescue worker found residents had been standing guard around a toy in the sealed-off street for two hours. A concerned woman had called the RSPCA to tell the charity a poisonous red arachnid was on the loose. But animal collection officer Paula Jones was amused to find a toy (pictured, left) was the source of the panic, naming it Cecil and placing it in her call-out van (pictured, right).

Former Catalan education minister Clara Ponsati has handed herself in to police in Scotland today after a European Arrest Warrant was issued for her over her role in the region's separatist movement.

The Caledonian Headquarters, in Dundee, was capable of keeping 100 Royal Observer Corps (ROC) staff alive for at least a month in the event of all-out nuclear war with the Soviet Union.

Business Secretary Greg Clark has effectively cleared the way for the Melrose takeover of GKN without obtaining assurances that the venerated British company will not be sold off.

Margaret McDonagh, 2, fell from the first floor of her home in Stoke-on-Trent after her mother Natalie moved her cot next to the window on a hot day in what a coroner described as a 'tragic accident'.

For the well-heeled collectors who can afford the opulent cars, being inside one will be like laying out in the stars at night with 1,700 LED lights shimmering in the cabin.

Lisa Hunnego, 46, hit a special needs pupil in April 2016. The Maths teacher at Springfield Academy in Calne, Wiltshire, says Government cuts have made teaching 'intolerable'.

France unites in mourning for officer killed by ISIS terrorist

Lt. Col. Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was stabbed in the throat and shot repeatedly after taking the place of a female hostage during the siege in Carcassonne, southwest France, last Friday. Today his coffin was carried in a procession from Paris' Pantheon and a ceremony at Hotel des Invalide where French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a eulogy hailing the policeman as the symbol of the 'French spirit of resistance' . The French leader vowed to ensure 'he will not have died in vain,' ,' urging the nation to be vigilant in the face of an 'insidious' jihadist threat.

Good Housekeeping experts conduct blind taste test to find out which gin is best. They tasted 21 gins and crowned Opihr's £23 Oriental Spiced London Dry Gin the winner with a score of 84/100.

Paul and Sophie Weldin were on holiday with their four young children in April when they learned of the blaze at their East Devon home. They had moved in just two months earlier.

In the video, captured in Weihai City in eastern China's Shandong Province, a stunned cat pulls a remarkably human-like face after being shocked by its screaming owner.

Coca-Cola is moving ahead with plans to close sites in Milton Keynes and Northampton, with the loss of almost 300 jobs, the drinks company announced today.

Pope Francis on Wednesday told members of the Mafia in Italy, where many go to Church and worship openly, that they cannot call themselves Christians because they 'carry death in their souls'.

Four families living around the country - in Essex, Croydon, Derbyshire and Hill - open up about their spending habits and reveal whether their £43,000 income is enough to ensure a happy family life.

Official statistics obtained from the 28 nations in the bloc show there are 192 births for every 100 mothers in France - at a rate of 1.92. The UK came fourth.

Toronto chef taunts vegan protesters by butchering a deer

A chef riled a group of vegan protesters by carving a deer leg in the window of his restaurant while they demonstrated outside. Michael Hunter, known as The Hunter Chef, decided to counter-protest against the group of animal rights activists who had gathered outside his restaurant in Toronto.  As they held a banner which read, 'Murder' under the window and preached to passers-by, who did not seem to sympathize with the demonstrators.   

The footprints, which are the only ones found from this time around Canada's Pacific coast, belong to at least three different individuals. They were found on the shoreline of Calvert Island.

The male student 'suffered psychologically' after he was almost force-fed a ham pizza at the £35,000-a-year Clifton College in Bristol and his fellow pupil was later suspended by the school.

Wave Hub, an undersea electrical socket installed to test wave energy machines off Cornwall has hosted just one device since 2010. But it was not connected to the shore and a potential customer has pulled out.

Nadezhda Suddenok, who is in charge of the firm that rents the Winter Cherry shopping centre's top two floors in Kemerovo, was one of five people arrested after the tragedy and is now being questioned.

The Home Secretary described the goal endorsed by the PM as 'challenging' as she confirmed that plans for a post-Brexit immigration system have been delayed.

The fracas was caught on camera by another passenger on a flight from the city of Yekaterinburg in western Russia's Sverdlovsk Oblast region to the resort city of Antalya in southern Turkey.

Palatial Sandbanks home goes on sale for record £8.75million 

The largest house to ever come on the market on the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula has gone up for sale for a whopping £8.75million. The Moorings, a harbour front mansion with stunning sea views, is spread over 13,000 square feet. The state-of-the art property comes with five en-suite bedrooms, a guest suite, gate house and boat house. Its owners, entrepreneur Chris Thomas and wife Sue, spent a staggering £5.5million on building the palatial home that has been compared to a five star hotel.

The image, taken in the Finnmark area of Norway, was sent to Bente Andreassen by neighbour Camilla Daae-Qvale. It showed an ominous-looking ledge of snow over the cabin.

Cat lovers from around the world have been sharing snaps of the bizarre pickles their pets have gotten themselves into while searching for a comfortable spot to take a snooze.

This is the shocking moment a BMW driver was filmed driving the wrong way around a roundabout in a bid to overtake another motorist. The footage appears to have been taken in the UK.

Craig David treated stunned fans to a shock acoustic performance on a London double-decker bus. He performed his new single, Magic, as well as old favourite 7 Days.

A former Russian intelligence officer who worked with President Trump's former top campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates was communicating with Gates during campaign

New artwork is unveiled on Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth

The artwork, called The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, has been designed by artist Michael Rakowitz. The striking piece (right) is a recreation of a statue destroyed by ISIS in 2015, when the group smashed ancient artwork as they rampaged through a museum in Mosul (left). Mr Rakowitz, 44, from Chicago said he did not want to make an exact copy of the original statue which stood in Nineveh, near Mosul. The artists, whose family left Iraq in 1946, told the London Evening Standard : 'I think the impetus to rebuild is indicative of something good in the human spirit but I think of the things that I make as being ghosts or apparitions of what the artifacts were.' Inset: London's Trafalgar Square

Archaeologists from the Provincial Institute of Cultural Heritage and Archaeology say they are now sure that the remains of a man aged between 60 and 70 are those of the famous warlord.

This photograph appears to show the huge orange and white vessel ominously hovering above a row of houses in Blyth, Northumberland, on Wednesday afternoon.

JP Horsley, a 38-year-old musician, and mother-of-three Joanna Hoskin, 35, discovered they have autism and Asperger syndrome respectively Channel 4 documentary Are You Austistic?

Researchers from the University of Vermont found that even seemingly harmless, everyday conflicts can cause children to be unable to interpret human interactions.

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