Hat-trick hero Harry Kane (pictured top left and bottom right) helped England secure their biggest ever World Cup victory as the Three Lions thrashed Panama 6-1 this afternoon. The historic performance was watched by 25million jubilant fans in pubs, bars and living rooms across the country. The team's emphatic win which means they are through to the last 16 of the World Cup after the record-breaking afternoon in Nizhny Novgorod. For England fans around the world it would've been impossible to avoid news of the score - except for one man. Prince William settled down with the Crown Prince of Jordan to watch England's match against Panama tonight hours after the game had finished (left) - after begging photographers not to tell him what the score was. The pair enjoyed some refreshments while watching the World Cup game on an enormous television in Amman, Jordan (top right). Twitter users branded Wills a 'total lad' (inset) after pictures emerged of him watching the game in the luxury man cave.
'All passports that get stolen get sold... and the British one is a strong passport': The Mail secures a UK passport for £2,500 from people smuggler dubbed 'The Doctor'
Abu Ahmad, known as 'The Doctor', sells stolen passports (an example pictured bottom right) to help smuggle people across the world, charging up to £7,000 for help in crossing borders. He says the passport trade in Europe is spreading and the majority he comes across are German, French and British - and the latter is a very 'strong' product in the black market. Ahmad sells 15 to 20 passports a month about five of which are British. The Daily Mail bought a UK passport from the stocky 40-year-old in Istanbul for £2,500. 'Out of every ten at the airport, seven make it,' he said.
British basejumper, 48, 'is killed after his parachute failed to open in time and he crashed into Italian mountainside'
Rob Haggarty (left), 48, was jumping from mountains in the northeastern region of Veneto while on a trip with 25 other basejumpers. The Brit was said to have launched himself from the top of a 9,500ft-high cliff in the municipality of Taibon Agordino this morning at around 11am. He crashed into a wall and died in his suit when his parachute failed to open in time, according to Italian media. Pictured in his wingsuit, right.
Hotter than Tahiti! Britain's beachgoers bask in 77F and it's only going to get even WARMER this week as 90F heatwave hits
Britons took advantage of the 77F tanning weather to flock outdoors, heading to beaches (four girls in Bournemouth pictured left and a tight rope walker pictured there right) and soaking up the sun in front of big screens to watch England v Panama. After a balmy weekend, the heat is expected to soar to 80F by Tuesday before rising into the high 80s and 90s on Wednesday - as hot as popular holiday destinations such as Marbella and inching above Tahiti. Average temperatures for this time of year usually hover around 70F in London (Little Arianna Espiritu Kelly, 2, pictured enjoying an ice cream in east London's Olympic Park inset) and 64F in Manchester.
Burned bodies of 'hugely popular' retired British couple who had been married 55 years are found near their Jamaica home after they had complained of being conned out of £50,000
The bodies of Gayle Anderson, 71, and her husband Charlie, 74, (left) were discovered 'partially burned' at their house in Mount Pleasant, Jamaica on Friday afternoon - local media reported. The couple, who had retired to Jamaica from Manchester, were also said to have sustained several wounds to the neck and face. Preliminary police investigations revealed that the couple had recently been defrauded of $8million Jamaican dollars (£50,000) by credit card scammers. Police (right) are now appealing for help from the public in solving the crime. Gayle and Charlie had been married for 50 years (pictured inset on their wedding day) and were described as 'hugely popular' by their sons.
England World Cup fans take to the streets of Nizhny Novgorod to celebrate after Harry Kane's men smash Panama 6-1 in record win
England fans in Russia took to the streets of Nizhny Novgorod (pictured) to celebrate after Harry Kane 's men beat Panama 6-1 in a record-breaking World Cup win there today. After watching the match at the Russian stadium supporters broke out onto the streets to celebrate Kane's hat-trick, John Stones's double header and Jesse Lingard's goal. Gareth's Southgate squad were already set to qualify for the last 16 by the first half after netting five goals. After the final whistle blew fans were out on the streets in fancy dress (left), enjoying themselves in the 86F (30C) heat.
Homes, cars and possessions belonging to Sergei Skripal and the police officer poisoned in Salisbury nerve agent attack 'are to be bought by taxpayers in £1million deal'
UK taxpayers will pay £1 million for the homes, cars and possessions belonging to Sergei Skripal and the police officer poisoned in the Salisbury nerve agent attack. The former Russian spy's house, still the scene of an ongoing investigation, will be bought by the Government for about £350,000, according to the Sunday Times. Wiltshire Police will pay Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, who fell ill after being exposed to military nerve agent Novichok while investigating the March 4 attack, around £430,000, the paper added.
'Idiotic' woman is blasted for doing yoga and performing HEADSTANDS perilously close to the edge of crumbling 200ft cliff
A woman was spotted recklessly posing at the edge of a cliff as she performed yoga. The unidentified woman spent around 20 minutes going through a series of yoga poses right at the edge of the chalk cliff - 200ft above jagged rocks. Despite giant cracks, and signs warning that the cliffs could give way at any moment, tourists are often spotted dangling over the edge of the Seaford Head cliff, in Seaford, East Sussex. Wayne Spring, 51, captured the woman's activity on Friday afternoon.
Charming cottage that once belonged to Tarka The Otter author Henry Williamson hits the open market for the first time ever for £575,000
Henry Williamson, author of Tarka the Otter (inset) lived in the pretty flint and brick property in Stiffkey, Norfolk, for ten years from 1936 and used one of the outbuildings as a writing studio. It is the first time the three-bedroom home has ever been put on the open market - having attracted fans from across the country for over 30 years. Despite its popularity, the cottage's current owners have always resisted having a blue plaque up in honour of Williamson. Williamson bought the cottage, part of the then derelict 240-acre Old Hall Farm in 1936, and his experiences there formed the basis of the author's book The Story of a Norfolk Farm.
Has Banksy taken aim at the French government? British street artist 'attacks country's crackdown on migrants' by 'blitzing' Paris with a series of six murals
The mysterious British street artist Banksy appears to have taken aim at the French government's crackdown on migrants in a series of new murals in Paris. The world's best known graffiti painter apparently 'blitzed' the French capital over the past few days, leaving as many as six works on walls across the city. The most political work takes issue with France's tough anti-migrant policy, with nearly 40 makeshift camps razed in Paris in the past three years and President Emmanuel Macron determined that the city does not become a magnet for refugees.
Girlfriend releases heartbreaking final picture of new father cradling his three-week-old son just hours before he was shot in mass brawl
Jamie Lee held his three-week-old son Jae in his arms just hours before he was left fighting for his life after being shot during a mass brawl in Castlemilk, Glasgow, last July. Now his childhood sweetheart and mother of his child, Laura Ward has broken her silence and begged for the 22-year-old's killer to be brought to justice. Ms Ward said 'We got our family portrait done that morning and then Jamie went out to watch the football. 'Jamie was getting calls and being threatened. 'I remember trying to get to him and that's the image that always comes back to me - Jamie lying there and that feeling of just knowing it was him.'
Story of eccentric caravan salesman, 65, from Yorkshire who took the poker world by storm and won £2MILLION in Vegas is set to be made into a film - and he wants George Clooney to play him
A few years ago, grandfather John Hesp made his living selling caravans in an English seaside town. The 65-year-old family man, who lives with his wife Mandy (inset) and their black lab in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, played poker once a month at a local casino and never bet more than £10 ($13). Now he is worth a small fortune, having shocked the world of cards by winning £2,000,000 ($2,600,000) at an international tournament in Las Vegas last year. He became an unlikely sensation and brought smiles to the faces of his normally stony-faced opponents with his multi-colored jackets, his Panama hat, his eccentric playing style and his desire to bring a party atmosphere to the table. Now, Mr Hesp and his rags-to-riches story are heading to Hollywood to be made into a film. His exploits are set for the big screen after he finalized a deal with two renowned movie producers who fell in love with his story, like many others around the world. His friends speculated and then asked him who he thinks should play him. With a chuckle, he said: 'George Clooney or Tom Hanks is acceptable'.
NHS worker mother-of-two who posed nude for Lucian Freud 16 years ago is reunited with portrait as she tells her story for first time after learning it is set to sell for £20MILLION
Sophie Church (inset) posed for Freud's Portrait on a White Cover (left), which was completed in 2003, after she met the late artist while producing a catalogue of his work. After she was told the painting will be auctioned by Sotheby's in London, she said it was 'quite emotional' and like 'going back in time'. The 47-year-old is now a speech and language therapist with a husband and two children. She posed for the 80-year-old painter (right) when she was 31 and then known as Sophie Lawrence.
'Live your best life': Model whose 'face was melted' in horror acid attack on her 21st birthday shares picture of her incredible recovery as she celebrates turning 22 one year on
Resham Khan was waiting in a car at a traffic light in Beckton, east London, with her cousin Jameel Muhktar when John Tomlin threw acid at them through an open window last year. They were scarred for life, with Miss Khan put into an induced coma because her injuries were so terrible. She later said: 'This was the day when my face was taken away from me.' One year on from the horrifying attack, she has spent her 22nd birthday in Marmaris in Turkey with friends.
Prince Harry makes an emotional return to Lesotho to open a new community hall for children on behalf of his charity Sentebale
The Duke of Sussex, 33, went to Lesotho, southern Africa, to open a new building (bottom) at the Phelisanong Children's Centre. Photographs posted on social media show Harry looking relaxed as he met with local children at the centre (left and right). Kensington Palace confirmed that Harry is on a 'private visit' to Lesotho, connected with his work with Sentebale.
522 migrant kids REUNITED with families as Trump sows more seeds of confusion on immigration policy with his call to end due process for illegals
The Department of Homeland Security has returned 552 migrant children to their families, the agency announced late Saturday night, and is establishing a process to ensure that family members know the location of their children. President Donald Trump, in an attempt to quiet a firestorm that engulfed his administration, signed an executive order on Wednesday that declared children would no longer be separated from their families when captured crossing the border illegally. But he raised additional questions about his administration's policy on Sunday when he ramped up the rhetoric surrounding the immigration debate with his call to send illegals back 'from where they came' without a legal hearing or due process.
'I really don't care, do u?': Celebrities lead the charge with their own jacket creations as fashion labels also start selling versions in protest against First Lady Melania Trump
Disney teenage actress Jenna Ortega and model Jill Vedder are among the celebrities continuing to lead the charge by wearing their own 'I do care' jacket creations in protest against First Lady Melania Trump. The 15-year-old, who has starred in 'Jane the Virgin' and 'Iron Man 3', donned a jacket reading 'I do care and u should too' on the red carpet at the Radio Disney Music Awards on Friday night. Jill Vedder, the wife of Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, also made a statement when she stole the show at the band's gig in Milan after modeling her 'Yes we all care' jacket on stage. The ever-Instagram present actress Busy Philipps earlier went DIY in a beachy top with yellow stick-on letters used by kids for their art projects spelling out, 'I care, do u?'