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Trump defends himself on Putin in emergency statement

Trump in a major retreat that administration said that he misspoke at his Helsinki summit when he said that he did not have 'any reason' to think that Russia meddled in the 2016 election. read


Labour defies condemnation by 68 Rabbis

In an extraordinary intervention, former minister Dame Margaret Hodge confronted the Labour leader in the Commons after yesterday’s votes on Brexit. read


Novichok victim 'sprayed poison from perfume bottle onto wrists'

Novichok victim Dawn Sturgess died after spraying perfume laced with the nerve agent onto both her wrists, her boyfriend, who was also exposed to the deadly substance, has revealed. read


Michelle Obama slams Trump as being 'mediocre' at charity event in Scotland

The former First Lady was attending the dinner organised by The Hunter Foundation (THF) in Edinburgh earlier this evening when she made the remarks. read


HALF of husbands don't know how often their wife achieves an orgasm

More than 1,600 newly-wedded couples found that 43 per cent of husbands don't know how often they satisfy their partners, a new survey from Brigham Young University in Utah shows. read


All your questions about smart meters answered

About ten years ago the EU said that by 2020, eight in ten homes should have smart meters. Not to be outdone, the UK Government followed with similar plan for the devices. read


How a Windrush immigrant's 60-year marriage to a girl from Surrey lasted

Such enduring marriages are rare these days, but Andrew and Doreen’s was exceptional because they were a British mixed race couple — she a white girl from Godstone, Surrey, he a West Indian immigrant. read


Network Rail signalman sacked after taking a break during rush hour

Peter Lee, 60, was sacked for gross misconduct after taking a 20 minute break following a six-hour shift, a break he was entitled too. But bosses at Arundel Station in West Sussex got rid of the signalman. read


Londoner ditches mortgage and ‘unfulfilling' life to build eco-home

Kris Harbour had everything most people dream of in London - a job, two properties and a busy social life - but he wanted more. In 2015 he gave up the city to build a woodland 'hobbit' house in Wales. read


Theresa May avoids suffering Commons defeat on customs union

Theresa May’s government was saved by five Labour Eurosceptics as they joined forces to defeat a vote to keep Britain tied to the EU. read


PM withdraws bid to send Parliament home early for summer

The Prime Minister wanted to deploy the extraordinary tactic as she battles to stave off a Brexit meltdown and threats to her leadership. read


Mark Carney warns no deal Brexit would have 'big consequences'

The Bank of England governor waded into the raging row over negotiations with the EU as he gave evidence to MPs. read


David Beckham shirtless as he hits the beach wife Victoria in Croatia

The former footballer, 43, showed off his impressive physique in nothing but his swimming trunks as he joined his wife Victoria, 44, and their children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper on the beach. read


Mother reveals MooGoo soap cleared up her daughter's eczema

EXCLUSIVE: Four-year-old Grace Adey-Peters had battled the skin condition since birth until her mother Sarah, from Somerset, discovered the £4.95 all natural bar that helped ease her symptoms. read


Married Huddersfield doctor 'exposed himself to his housekeeper'

Dr Mohammed Ihsan, 36, (pictured) of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, made advances towards the woman in his apartment and told her: me and you have chemistry' a tribunal heard. read


Hosepipe hypocrites: Firm threatens water ban not fixing leaking pipes

United Utilities faced an angry backlash after threatening millions of customers with hosepipe bans while failing to fix their own leaking pipes, which waste 439.2 million litres every day. read


Tory MP Andrew Griffiths ‘had previously groped a councillor’

Andrew Griffiths was forced to resign as minister for small business at the weekend after it emerged he had sent more than 2,000 texts to two barmaids. read


School staff inadvertently record foul-mouthed chat about autistic pupil

Leighanne Bromley, 29, from Coventry, said her jaw hit the ground when she first heard the message from her son's school, the special school Three Spires Academy, last week. read


Trapped Thai soccer team dug a tunnel in a bid to escape cave

Lt Col Dr Pak Loharachun, who stayed with the boys who were rescued from the Thai cave complex, said the boys had used rock fragments to try and dig their way to freedom during the ordeal. read


British caver called 'pedo guy' by Elon Musk 'approached by lawyers'

Vern Unsworth said he hadn't decided what to do next after being approached by the British and American lawyers. He also said he is awaiting legal advice before flatly denying Musk's claims. read


Drowned woman and child found clinging to wrecked migrant ship

WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT. A migrant aid group has accused Libya's coast guard of abandoning three people in the Mediterranean Sea, after finding two corpses. read


Family pay tribute to Katerina Makunova stabbed to death in London

Katerina Makunova, 17, (pictured) who was found with stab wounds outside a property in Brisbane Street, Camberwell, on Thursday has been described as 'joyful and beautiful' by her family. read


On-the-run gangster Sam Walker taunts police after sneaking back to UK

Convicted drug dealer Sam Walker has returned to the UK after fleeing police to Sierra Leone last month, evading capture once again as he took a helicopter flight to north England. read


Wife of British doctor pictured kissing Elle MacPherson is 'shocked'

The wife of disgraced British doctor Andrew Wakefield - who was pictured kissing Elle MacPherson in Miami, Florida - is 'shocked' at the public romance, her family told MailOnline today read


Elle Macpherson’s many bizarre habits include carrying a kit in her handbag to check PH of her urine

In a recent interview, Elle Macpherson said she woke at 5am and spent 30 minutes meditating in bed before getting up. read


Beach umbrella is driven through a British woman's leg in New Jersey

Margaret Reynolds, 67, from London, was at Seaside Heights on Jersey Shore in New Jersey on Monday when a parasol was driven into her right ankle. She is pictured being treated. read


Police seize laptop clue in Poppi Worthington case 

Paul Worthington claimed that he used a computer on the night he is believed to have sexually abused 13-month-old Poppi before she died in 2012 in Cumbria. read


Immigration judges in the dock over alleged £12.6m legal aid scam

Three judges and six other lawyers, all from London and the Home Counties, are in court after they were arrested over an alleged plot to scam £12.6million from the legal aid system. read


Muslim woman private room terror trial after refuses to remove niqab

A Muslim woman who refused to remove her niqab off in the Victorian Supreme Court has been given a private room to watch her husband's terror trial. read


Cancer genetics professor quits after staff accuse her of bullying

ICR Professor Nazneen Rahman has quit her post as head of genetics and epidemiology after multiple allegations of bullying that date back 12 years. She claims investigations found no such evidence. read


More Britons are in work than ever before following employment boom

The Office for National Statistics said new highs were set for the proportion of Britons in work – at 75.7 per cent – and the number of job vacancies. The unemployment rate remains at a record low. read


Poundworld will shut 40 more stores and axe 531 jobs

Poundworld administrators have announced the closure of 40 more stores around the UK, resulting in 531 job losses on top of 105 shops and 1,200 jobs already announced. read


Katherine Ryan shares her daughter's reaction to learning about sex

The Canadian comedian, 35, who is based in London with her little girl, told her Twitter followers that her eight-year-old daughter Violet had had her first sex education lesson in school. read


RSPCA hunts killer who threw cats to their deaths from a tower block

An RSPCA inspector made the gruesome discovery after being alerted to the incident at Kingswood House, Kimpton Close in Druids Heath by a member of the public. read


Meghan Markle and Prince Harry pay tribute to Nelson Mandela's life

Harry and Meghan are touring the exhibition, at the Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, which traces Mr Mandela's career from activist to president through six themes. read


Meghan Markle's father says he won't stop talking to the media

Thomas Markle said he will continue to speak to the media until Kensington Palace stops ignoring him and he's allowed to be a part of his daughter, Meghan Markle's life with husband Prince Harry. read


Girl with cerebral palsy wins over £15m in compensation from NHS

Holly Greenhow, (pictured) from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, was left with cerebral palsy when she was starved of oxygen before her delivery at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in 2005. read


London knife crime app 'Hunch' wants to tackle crime wave

An app that is attempting to tackle knife crime on the streets of London has been condemned by experts who say the anonymous reporting could destroy trust in communities. read


Jealous Dorset man posted photo of half-naked girlfriend on Facebook

Simon Peckham, 54, found a photo of his cheating girlfriend in a state of undress with her lover sought revenge by posting the lewd snap on Facebook, Poole Crown Court heard. read


Ex-Olympic showjumper wrote ‘lady sl*t’ on cheating lover's walls

Lizzie Purbrick (pictured), 63, also drew a three-foot penis on the floor after discovering David Prior was sleeping with a woman married to another member of the House of Lords. read


Mel B and Stephen Belafonte file restraining orders against each other

Mel B, 43, and Stephen Belafonte appeared at an LA courthouse on Monday for a five-hour hearing over visitation rights and financial issues. The two filed restraining orders against each other. read


Can you pick the odd one out?

Players around the world are challenged with picking the one answer that is not like the others in these 10 multiple choice questions. Only those who can think outside the box will score full marks. read


Tory MP Sir Christopher Chope blocks women's conference in Parliament

Sir Christopher Chope, 71, was met with cries of 'shame' and withering looks from his fellow MPs as he shouted 'object' to a motion to allow the conference to be thrown at Westminster. read


Vote Leave referred to police for 'breaches' of electoral law

Michael Gove was lashed in the Commons for either being oblivious to breaches of election laws or participating in it after a damning report by the Electoral Commission was published today. read


Piers Morgan: 'Trump chucking US under Russian bus'

On Friday I sat with President Trump aboard Air Force One and asked him if he thought Putin was ‘ruthless.’ ‘I can’t tell you that,’ he replied, which surprised me. It shouldn’t be hard to see it. read


Trump's allies plead with him to 'reverse course' over Putin

President Trump is being urged by some of his closest allies - including the hosts of 'Fox & Friends' to 'reverse course' and do something to fix the fallout from his press conference in Helsinki. read


Trump blasts John Brennan after ex-CIA chief accused him of 'treason'

The president used an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News to hit back at Obama's spy chief for calling him 'nothing short of treasonous' after meeting Putin in Helsinki. read


Obama rebukes Trump by saying 'strongman politics are ascendant'

Barack Obama used a speech in Johannesburg, South Africa, in honor of the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth, to criticize his successor without ever using his name. read


Putin's lavish private plane interior is revealed

The Russian president has one of four lavish £390million IL-96-300PU presidential jets to call upon for travel while Donald Trump relies on his own private airliner - Air Force One, a 747. read


Trump is mocked after 'disgraceful performance' with Putin

The US president was accused of being in Putin's pocket after the pair met at a historic summit in Helsinki, Finland, on Wednesday. read


Trump Secret Service agent dies in hospital after suffering a stroke

A secret service agent guarding Donald Trump who suffered a stroke while the US president was in Scotland has died in hospital. read


The Queen was reportedly 'trolling Trump' with choice of brooches

Twitter user Julie (@SamaruiKnitter) took to the social media site over the weekend where she suggested that the monarch's choice in brooch during Trump's time in England made a bold statement. read


Road hogging cyclists face ban from Tour de France route in Yorkshire

Cyclists could be banned from the Tour de France route in Yorkshire over claims they have been fuelling road rage. Olympic style Peleton formations have caused rows on the road, councillors say. read


Wales holidaymaker is savaged by BED BUGS during stay in chalet

Leesa Dean, 43, says the chalet at Pontins' Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park in northeast Wales was covered in mouse droppings and mould. read


Trainee GP from Pakistan 'sexually assaulted women in his surgery'

A trainee GP touched a patient's vagina and breasts and asked her about sex after she went to visit him for a consultation about her anaemia, Basildon Crown Court today. read


Woman died after doctors told her to wait for a natural miscarriage

Reeta Saidha (pictured), 38, died after contracting sepsis when she was being treated at Basildon Hospital, an inquest heard. The mother-of-two was told to wait up to 48 hours for a natural miscarriage. read


Now another member of the 'gilded society set' is dead at 49 

With legs up to her armpits, and a habit of wearing entirely see-through dresses while strolling up red carpets with Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell - Annabelle Neilson was ever-present. read


Annabelle Neilson dead at 49: Kate Moss breaks her silence

The supermodel, 44, shared a sweet picture of the two cuddling up to one another on Instagram today captioned with a heart broken in two. It is believed Annabelle suffered a stroke. read


Argos reveals the words most often misspelt by customers

British retailer Argos analysed search data to reveal the 10 words most commonly misspelt by its online customers in the first six months of this year. read


Renault Zoe tops the used electric cars rising in value

The Renault Zoe is top of a list of second hand cars that are rising in value - and someone who bought one this time last year could potentially now sell it for 30 per cent more. read


Welsh village baffles outsiders with 26 different spellings of its name

Baffled drivers, tourists and deliverymen are left spell-bound as they try to find the country village of Trellech in Monmouthshire, which is spelled 26 different ways. read


Amazon Prime Day 2018: The best UK bargains and discounts around

The shopping extravaganza kicked off in the UK at midday on Monday and will last for 36 hours, ending at midnight tonight (July 17), with other retailers jumping on the bandwagon. read


Full list of nearly 70 products recalled by UK supermarkets

British supermarkets have recalled certain brands of soy sauce over fears they could contain small fragments of glass. Bottles of Schweppes tonic water have also been removed from shelves. read


First aid expert reveals her ultimate guide to identifying common bites

EXCLUSIVE: British first aid expert and qualified nurse Emma Hammett reveals her guide to common insect bites and stings, explaining how to tell different insects' marks apart and relieve them. read


Statue of the Virgin Mary in New Mexico is 'weeping' olive oil

A sample of fluid was taken from the statue, located at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Hobbs, and sent for a chemical analysis to determine that it was actually olive oil. read


Missouri couple are teaching their children how to pole dance

Exotic dancers Jake Night and Lindsey Teall, of St Louis in Missouri, now they practice with Lindsey's son Aiden, 11, and their two daughters, Alaura, five, and three-year-old Rosalyn. read


Female assassin 'carried perfume bottle containing Novichok'

Dawn Sturgess (pictured), 44, died last week, and her partner Charlie Rowley, 45, is fighting for life in hospital after they found the Russian nerve agent in Amesbury, near Salisbury. read


Russian spy Anna Chapman says World Cup defeated Western 'propaganda'

Glamorous Russian spy Anna Chapman claimed football fans from around the world had seen her country untarnished by Western disinformation during the sport's showpiece tournament. read


Putin blasts ‘accusations’ that Russia was behind Novichok poisoning

Speaking after his summit with Donald Trump in Helsinki on Monday, Putin (pictured) said he had 'never even heard the last names' of the British couple who were poisoned by the nerve agent. read


Horses reduced to ‘skin and bone’ after they were rescued by animal charity

Heartbreaking images show the badly emaciated animals (pictured) at the stables in Stoke Prior, near Bromsgrove in Worcestershire, before they were rescued on Saturday. read


Ex-Ukip councillor Stephen Searle guilty of strangling wife to death

Former Ukip councillor Stephen Searle has been found guilty at Ipswich Crown Court of the murder of his wife Anne Searle who died after being strangled at their home in Stowmarket, Suffolk. read


Facebook turns 'blind eye to dangerous content', early investor says

Mark Zuckerberg's former mentor, Roger McNamee, has claimed Facebook permits dangerous content because it is like 'crack cocaine' to users and if you 'censor too much, people lose interest'. read


Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s Wimbledon outfits sell out

EXCLUSIVE: According to new data from Lyst, Meghan's Ralph Lauren shirt and trousers sold out with her outfit garnering a 58 per cent boost in search traffic compared to 38 per cent for Kate's. read


Lucky plasterer from Ossett scooped £1m National Lottery win

Arron Walshaw, 32, of West Yorkshire, won £1million on a National Lottery raffle with a ticket he bought just two minutes before the draw closed when a fellow shopper let him be served first. read


Boris Johnson breaks parliamentary on Daily Telegraph column

The former foreign secretary has returned to his role as a columnist for the Daily Telegraph despite failing to get permission from the appointments watchdog, Acoba. read


X Factor line-up CONFIRMED: Robbie Williams, wife Ayda Field and One Direction's Louis Tomlinson

Robbie Williams, his wife Ayda Field and One Direction's Louis Tomlinson will be judges on this year's X Factor, as they were spotted arriving for the series photocall on Tuesday. read


Watchdog dismisses claims of Brexit dividend for NHS

In a grim assessment, the OBR rejected claims leaving the EU will free up cash and said a black hole totalling around £111billion had to be filled by 2023-24 in order to keep the books balanced. read


John Major says 'hardline' Brexiteers could trigger an autumn election

The former PM accused leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg of leading a hardline faction in the Tory party akin to the right-wing Tea Party in the US Republican Party . read


Dover AND Calais face an 'economic catastrophe' because of Brexit 'pure madness'

Xavier Bertrand, the president of the Hauts-de-France region, called on French President Emmanuel Macron to break EU rules and hold direct talks with Theresa May to avert disaster. read


Lib Dems face fury after Vince Cable and Tim Farron miss Brexit votes

Lib Dem activists have threatened to tear up their membership cards in fury at last night 's astonishing blunder. read


William 'Billy' Isaac: Body of boxer friend Ricky Hatton is exhumed

William 'Billy' Isaac, originally from Denton, died in Ireland aged 45 in 2013. He was buried at Blackley Cemetery in north Manchester. read


Torquay woman warned that she could be causing a nuisance

A retired magistrate who installed an anti-children sound device at her home in Babbacombe, Torquay has been warned by council chiefs she could be the one causing a nuisance. read


Over-the-counter charcoal and whitening toothpastes are eroding enamel

EXCLUSIVE: Dr Rhona Eskander, a dentist in London, warns that using fashionable activated charcoal and fluoride-free toothpastes could actually do more damage than good to people's teeth. read


Sound waves uncover one quadrillion ton stash of diamonds

International researchers, led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have discovered a huge amount of diamonds stashed in the roots of craton, more than 100 miles below the surface. read


Detailed 5,500 year-old stone carvings discovered in the Boyne Valley

Experts from University College Dublin's school of archaeology made the discovery on farmland near 18th Century Dowth Hall in the Brú na Bóinne, or Boyne Valley Tombs, World Heritage Site. read


Hilarious snaps capture dad's laughing at the expense of their family

People from around the world have shared examples of the most groan-inducing 'dad jokes' they had witnessed - and they're sure to leave you shaking your head. read


Man United branded a disgrace with new adidas home strip costing up to £193!

Manchester United and adidas have been accused of exploitation after it emerged the club’s new home kit could cost as much as £193. read


Records dating back to 1700s reveal how the sun affects lightning activity

Researchers in Japan have turned to detailed logs kept by farm families and government officials hundreds of years ago, looking for mentions of thunder and lightning events. read


Could THIS prevent age-related heart failure?

Experiments on fruit flies bred to make more of the protein by researchers at the University of California, San Diego, had healthier hearts and lived for a third longer. read


Kamikaze bees kill invading hornets by forming 'hot defensive balls'

The finding was made by entomologists at Tamagawa University near Tokyo, who found that the desperate defensive manoeuvre was enough to reduce the lifespan of the bees significantly. read


Widow says 'lessons must be learned' after soldiers killed in tank

Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson (pictured), both of the Royal Tank Regiment (RTR) died after a 'high pressure' gun breech blast in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales, in June 2017. read


Venice Beach in California is most valuable coastline in the world

Fifteen of the world's most well-known beaches have been ranked according to their value - and it's Venice Beach in California that's No1, with Bournemouth Beach ranked second. read


London Hughes posts touching tribute to 'hero' grandmother

London Hughes, 29, revealed how her grandparents Doreen and Bill became the first white couple in Sussex to adopt a black baby when they welcomed her father, David, into their family. read


Four 'die in suicide chain including Love Island star and boyfriend'

Two brothers who were found hanged within three weeks of each other were close friends of tragic Love Island star Sophie Gradon and her boyfriend who also took their own lives, the siblings' father said. read


Con artist who posed as a Horse & Hound representative scammed £32k

Con artist Charmaine McAllister of Huddersfield, who stole more than £32,000 from the Horse & Hound equestrian magazine's advertisers has been jailed for four years. read


Scorched Britain: Amazing aerial photos of London's dry famous parks

The pictures of Green Park, Hyde Park, Regent's Park and Clapham Common emerged as the Met Office revealed Britain has had its driest start to summer in modern records which date back to 1961. read


British grandmother welcomes her 100th grandchild into her family

Winny Stokes, from Gloucester, had 14 children who went on to have 34 of their own kids. On top of her great-grandchildren the latest addition to her family brings the total to 100. read


Mountain biker performs daring jump over Tour de France riders

A daredevil fan came up with a novel way to make the Tour de France's mountainous stage 10 even more perilous by leaping over the road on a mountain bike as the lead riders cycled past. read


Netflix shares plummet amid shock shortfall in new subscribers

Netflix shares fell 13 per cent on Tuesday as the broadcaster announced it added 5.15million subscribers between April and June which falls 1million short of expert estimates. read


Sacha Baron Cohen dupes gun lobbyist into supporting armed toddlers

Cohen's new show - Who is America? - debuted on Sunday and won most attention for hoodwinking Republican politicians into endorsing a made-up plan to train pre-schoolers how to fire a gun. read


Pregnant women allowed to jump queues under new laws in Israel

Expecting mothers in Israel have been told they no longer need to wait in exhausting queues at places that offer a public service so long as they can provide a document to prove they are pregnant. read


Princess Anne watches staff count new cygnets in the 'Swan Upping'

Princess Anne, 67, wore a summer suit as she joined royal staff in undertaking the annual census of the swan population known as 'Swan Upping' on the River Thames on Tuesday. read


Service dog tries to protect owner from lioness at Cincinnati Zoo

S'mores fiercely barked at lioness while at the zoo with his owner Kylee-Rhiannon Fulk on Sunday. The lioness immediately noticed him and began tracking the pup's movements. read


Ginger emoji are added to the iPhone to celebrate World Emoji Day

The new batch of characters will roll out to Apple devices across the globe later this year as part of a free iOS software upgrade. read


Italian police arrest 31 Casamonica mafia members

Military police in Italy have arrested 31 members of the Casamonica crime unit in a series of raids across the country. The operation required 250 officers who seized luxury watches, cars and cash. read


British bargain-hunters are hit by Amazon Prime Day site crash

Amazon customers in the UK looking to take advantage of the firm's annual Prime Day sale were hit by a worldwide glitch that caused widespread frustration. read


Kent mother-of-two is branded a ‘planet rapist’ by neighbour

Judith Cook, 31, 'couldn't believe her eyes' when she found the hand-written notes just a few days after she covered the patch of land outside her terraced home in Ramsgate, Kent. read


300 crocodiles slaughtered by a mob are burned by officials

An angry mob armed with knives, hammers and clubs burst into a farm and bludgeoned to death 292 of the protected reptiles in the eastern Indonesian province of West Papua. read


Vegan activist who stole a piglet from a farm is spared jail

Wesley Omar, 23, was sentenced him to a 12-month community order with 100 hours of unpaid work when the Leicestershire farmer pressed charges after seeing the video online. read


Mother-of-two reveals how she overcame anorexia to have children

Olivia Cooper, 31, from Buckinghamshire, was admitted to hospital for 12 months as a teenager. She said her turning point came when she realised she wanted her own family. read


Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' net worth hits $150BILLION

The $150billion mark breaks the record once held by Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who at the height of the dot-com boom was worth $149billion after adjusting for inflation. read


America is open to direct talks with the Taliban, officials say

America has previously refused to speak with the Taliban unless the Afghan government was present, but now official say direct talks could be possible as a precursor to three-way negotiations. read


Indian man electrocuted in a flooded street and drowns

In the clip, filmed in Ludhiana in India, the man can be seen walking along with a friend before touching a shutter which electrocutes him. read


Video shows woman on a bike fall into a gap on a Wisconsin bridge

A 37-year-old Wisconsin woman, who was riding her bicycle, was caught on surveillance footage falling into the gap of the Racine Street Bridge as the bridge was going up to allow boat traffic to pass. read


Ukip's Henry Bolton's wife is granted a 'quickie divorce'

Bolton's political career ended after it emerged he was in a relationship with Jo Marney, a Kent-based former model who sent racist texts about Meghan Markle. Pictured: Bolton with his ex-wife Tatiana. read


Amazon Prime Day: 80 per cent of Spanish workers strike

Amazon workers at a fulfilment warehouse in Spain have walked out, with more workers in Germany and Poland also expected to walk out on Amazon's Prime Day. read


RSPCA nurse killed herself at Beachy Head hours after hospital release

Nikki Lambett (pictured), 33, was found dead hours after she was released from a mental health unit in Worthing, Sussex, where three medics ruled she did not meet the criteria to be sectioned. read


Beeston woman given £25 fine after car left inches over disabled bay

Theresa Page, 52, was given the fine after parking with her wheelchair-using son James just over the edge of the disabled parking bay (pictured) in Beeston, Nottinghamshire. read


Dee-Ann Rogers is first black woman to win Miss Universe Great Britain

Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers, 25, from Birmingham, took the crown after competing in the beauty pageant in Newport. The law graduate will now take part in the Miss Universe 2018 competition. read


Man smashes up beer garden with car because staff wouldn't serve him

A driver who was refused service in a bar in Darwen, Lancashire decided to get back at the pub by ramming his car into the beer garden causing extensive damage and shock to staff. read


Dr Bumbum goes on the run in Brazil after patient dies

HSBC bank manager Lilian Calixto, 46, travelled to Rio de Janeiro to undergo the procedure at the home of renowned surgeon to the stars Dr Denis Furtado. read


Watch out for the fake Facebook email offering £70 to do a survey

Britons are being warned not to fall for an email scam, which appears to be sent from Facebook's 'user experience research' team. read


Las Vegas cop fires through windscreen in high-speed chase

Officers William Umana and Paul Solomon opened fire on murder suspects Rene Nunez and Fidel Miranda during a high-speed chase across northern Las Vegas last week. read


Antibiotic resistant bug is spreading in the Canary Islands

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control is warning that tourists in Gran Canaria have been infected with the Klebsiella pneumoniae bacteria, which can cause pneumonia. read


French catwalk star Annecetta Lafon arrives to give evidence

Harry Uzoka fell out with fellow model George Koh, 24, who he had branded a 'fake' in a series of social media exchanges seen by french star Lafon (pictured arriving at court in London). read


Google introduces new job search feature for UK workers

Google has expanded its 'jobs near me' search feature to Britain as the company makes its first foray into the UK's recruitment sector. read


Dangerous new Zoom Challenge putting children and animals at risk

A new social media fad called the zoom challenge is posing serious injury to children as young as one. Youngsters all over the world are shown banging their heads on the floor after dancing to hip-hop. read


Holidaymaker finds car window smashed at Manchester Airport car park 

Peter Rawlings returned from a trip to Benidorm with his partner on Thursday to find his car (pictured) had been smashed into by thieves at Manchester Airport's long-stay car park. read


Zara’s patterned blazer bears striking resemblance to Prada jacket

Shoppers are going wild over Zara's new patterned blazer, featuring feather sleeves and a circular print. The jacket by Italian fashion house Prada also features a tile print and statement sleeves. read


Usain Bolt set to electrify Australia in shock A-League move

Usain Bolt (pictured), 31, will trade in his sprint shoes for studded boots should he accept an offer of a six-week intensive trial for A-League club, the Central Coast Mariners. read


Rolls-Royce's flying taxi will begin test flights 'by next year'

The Derby-based aerospace giant that built the Spitfire's engines has unveiled an electric-hybrid flying taxi that will start real-world testing before the end of next year. read


Pictures show last Russian Tsars on holiday and their lives in exile

The photos shed light on the final ten years of the doomed Russian royals with images depicting both the luxury and hardships of the Romanov family. read


Bristol woman steals car and then dives into marina

A woman stole a car and crashed into around ten cars and nearly hit a thirteen-year-old girl before driving it down to a marina and diving in. The bizarre incident unfolded in Bristol. read


Lab grown meat could be in restaurants in 3 years

A Dutch company that presented the world's first lab-grown beef burger five years ago said it has received funding to pursue its plans to make and sell artificially grown meat to restaurants from 2021. read


Coronation Street star slams moped thugs who tried to mug her son

Sally Ann Matthews's son was outside a London station when a gang on mopeds approached him and demanded he hand over his bike. The actress is urging police to crack down on lawless thugs. read


Customers with food allergies reveal when waiters ignored requests on Quora

Customers with allergies reveal consequences of waiters not listening to requests on a damning Quora thread. Some had severe reactions after restaurants didn't take their plea seriously. read


Princess Stephanie's daughter Camille Gottlieb parties in Monaco

Camille Gottlieb, the granddaughter of the Hollywood actress turned Monegasque princess Grace Kelly has been celebrating her 20th birthday in style in Monte Carlo. read


Bodybuilding champion died from sepsis contracted from cocaine

Father-of-two Darren Vernon from Manchester had competed in a bodybuilding contest and celebrated his 39th birthday just days before his untimely death. read


What London's Midland Bank HQ looked like before its hotel makeover

EXCLUSIVE. HSBC, which acquired Midland Bank in 1992, delved into the archives for photos of the London head office before its £200million makeover by hotel groups Soho House and Sydell. read


Six German workers became ill with 'rabbit fever'

Doctors published the case report in the New England Journal of Medicine. The workers were all employed by a winery in Rhineland-Palatinate. read


Dozens of members of isolated Amazonian tribe have DIED from measles

Local reports state there are 14 Yanomami victims in Brazil and 'well into the double figures' in Venezuela, where the 35,000-strong tribe reside. read


A dozen new moons have been discovered orbiting Jupiter

The discovery from scientists at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, DC, brings the Jupiter's total number of moons to a whopping 79 - the most of any planet in the solar system. read


Birmingham bombings inquests 'will not find the culprit'

Families of the victims killed and injured in the 1974 Birmingham bombings have been warned not to expect the culprit to be discovered at upcoming inquests into the atrocity. read


Indian farmer has life-changing surgery to remove a 1.4kg tumour

Somai, 55, a farmer from Basti in Uttar Pradesh, northern India, had a three-and-a-half hour operation to remove a huge 1.4kg non-cancerous tumour from his neck after suffering for years. read


Bungling crook accidentally leaves his bank card at crime scene

Dozy Mark Doab, 32, has a record of leaving personal items behind after burgling homes and shops. This time the Plymouthian from Devon made away with £100 worth of tobacco - but forgot his bank card. read


Boy, 12, breaks the record for crossing the English Channel in a dinghy

Schoolboy Tom Goron cast off from the Isle of Wight at 5:00 on Wednesday and arrived in France 14 hours and 20 minutes later. He broken the record for the English Channel crossing in a small sailing dinghy. read


Tommy Robinson rally attendee headbutted by police horse

The protester, who has not been named, was attending an estimated 100,000-strong rally in London calling for the release of Tommy Robinson. read


Philippines typhoon turns man's house into an indoor swimming pool 

Father-of-two Reynaldo Bautista, 45, wasn't prepared to let Typhoon Henry in the Philippines get him down, as he sat reclining in his flooded living room boasting of a 'private swimming pool'. read


Eurostar staff in London announce 24-hour strike

Members of the RMT union at London St Pancras station will walk out for 24 hours on July 28 and say the industrial action is down to repeated service failures and breakdowns. read


Serena Williams's gave 'incoherent answers' in divorce case

Venus and Serena Williams's father Richard Williams, 76, had 'difficulty making himself understood' and misinterpreted 'many of the questions posed to him in divorce deposition. read


Tourist boat sees 100-strong pod of dolphins off coast of Dorset

A tourist boat were treated to a magnificent 20 minute display by a pod of 100 dolphins that were were spotted off the Dorset coast by a boatload of delighted onlookers. read


Girl is gang-raped by five boys as young as nine in India

The boys lured the child to a friend's house in the Sahaspur area of Dehradun near the Himalayan foothills before launching the attack. read


Tesco offers family £250 after driver runs over 18-year-old cat

Tesco offered a family in Goring £250 after a 'smirking' delivery driver ran down their pet cat. Sue Guy-Spratt was horrified as the man carried on delivering as her 18-year-old pet died. read


Reexamined Dare Stone could solve mystery of Lost Colony of Roanoke

After 428 years, the mystery of the Lost Colony of Roanoke remains unsolved. A reexamination of the Dare Stone, supposedly written by colonist Eleanor White Dare, could bring answers. read


EU signs biggest ever free trade deal with Japan amid Brexit turmoil

The deal signed in Tokyo by the EU's top officials and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe creates a free trade zone covering nearly a third of the world's GDP. read


Air Force One transfixes in Piers Morgan's interview with Trump

The MailOnline columnist was given a rare insight into the inner workings of the presidential plane during his exclusive chat with the US leader on ITV that was widely praised on social media. read


Farnborough pair spend 8 minutes trying to parallel park into space

In the clip, filmed in Farnborough, Hampshire, the woman tries to parallel park for four minutes before a man tries to help her as she is holding up traffic. read


Teens using social media for several hours a day double risk of ADHD

The researchers in California believe receiving constant digital updates while the brain is rapidly developing makes teenagers find it hard to give anything their full attention. read


Airbnb told to stop hidden charges on room bookings by EU

Airbnb has until the end of August to address complaints the company's pricing and booking system can be misleading, the European Union said today. read


Eight-year-old girl is attacked by a golden eagle in Kyrgyzstan

Horrifying footage shows the hunting bird swooping on the child as shocked spectators watched on at a festival in the Issyk-Kul region of Central Asia's Kyrgyzstan. read


Former air hostess wins £8k after being fired after pregnancy problems

Andrea Elcock, 35, was was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome after child birth and was in 'agony'. Guernsey's Blue Islands dismissed her but she has now won £7,000 at an employment tribunal. read


Lisa Snowdon turns to acupuncture after boozy holiday

TV host Lisa Snowdon said her Mayfair therapist Sarah Bradden combined the anti-ageing needling treatment with LED light therapy, described it as her 'MOT for the body, mind and soul'. read


Diabetes drug could be modified to stop patients feeling sick and vomiting

Researchers at University of Pennsylvania and Syracuse University found when a Type 2 diabetes drug is modified with vitamin B-12 it could reduce vomiting rates by up to 78 per cent. read


New York couple see baby rat climb out of their bathroom sink

A baby rat crawled up a couple's drainpipe and into their bathroom sink. The Brooklyn couple got the shock of their lives after seeing the tiny rodent come up through the plughole. read


Syrians fleeing Assad's bombs are turned away by Israeli soldiers

Israeli troops were heard shouting 'go back, we don't want to hurt you' through a megaphone as men, women and children waved white flags at the border on the Golan Heights. read


Reviving supersonic passenger flights will 'harm the environment and create too much noise'

A study by the US-based International Council on Clean Transportation said new supersonic jets would be unlikely to meet environmental standards unless new engines are designed. read


Blind Thai elephant dances and sways to classical piano music

In the clip, British pianist Paul Barton explains that the 'gentle' old female elephant, named Lam Duan, has been blind for a number of years and that he wants to play her some music. read


Baltimore woman asks Facebook to Photoshop images of her boyfriend

Eria Auguste, of Baltimore, Maryland, posted on the Facebook page I'm telling God, which is a a group that specializes in creating and sharing quality memes. read


Paul Allen asks $150M for 122 acres of mountain in Beverly Hills

Paul Allen, 65, bought the property back in 1997 for $20 million, and three years after that made the decision to raze the man in home and all other structures on the property. read


Adorable dog and horse perform stunts in Washington

Adorable footage shows a dog riding on a horses back as they perform stunts at a ranch in Spokane, Washington. Owner Francesca Carson trained the two animal friends. read


Jimmy Kimmel asks people to name a country on a map in quiz

The team at Jimmy Kimmel Live! stopped people on a sidewalk in Hollywood. They were asked to use a pointer to identify one country, any country, on the map. Several could not. read


Italy tells parents fit alarms to child seats so don't forget babies

Danilo Toninelli, Minister of Transport in Italy, said that by making a minor change to legislation, and enforcing the use of technology, children's lives could be spared. read


Co-operative Energy becomes latest gas and electricity firm to join in price hike

Co-operative Energy is raising gas and electricity prices by 5.2 per cent for customers on its standard variable tariff from August 20, it has announced. read


New Chrome update will reduce performance, Google admits 

Google announced the new 'site isolation' feature, which has been enabled for 99 per cent of its global users on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS. via its security blog. read


Cafe removes 'offensive' street art of mankini-clad Sadiq Khan

Contractors were called in to remove two murals, one featuring Sadiq Khan and the other depicting Theresa May, from outside Food Bazaar Café in Gray's Inn Road in Holborn two weeks ago. read


Kim Jong-un blasts officials during North Korea factory inspections

The North Korean leader was fired-up as he berated bosses while wandering through a factory, power station and holiday camp, state media reported. Dirty baths in the camp were described as 'fish tanks'. read


£18.99 Solution for Scars cream claims to reduce scars by 40 per cent

A new product set to hit shelves this summer is being hailed as a wonder product by those who've used it. Science of Skin's Solution for Scars cream, which retails at £18.99 and contains green tea extract. read


Sony set to release AR version of David Bowie exhibit

In what's described as a 'first of its kind' experience, Sony and several organizations have crafted a series of audio-visual spaces where viewers can witness the work and artifacts of Bowie's life. read


Samsung's next Galaxy model may include in-display fingerprint reader

Samsung is expected to release three different versions of the Galaxy S10 in 2019, two of which may include in-display fingerprint readers, noted smartphone analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes. read


Designer Henry Holland shows off his dramatic weight-loss

Holland flaunted his leaner physique at a House of Holland launch party this week. The stylish designer, has lost weight after hitting the gym and cutting down his food intake. read


South African telescope captures image of Milky Way's center

The 64-dish MeerKAT telescope was inaugurated on Friday after a decade in design and construction, and is already proving its incredible capabilities. The new image captures the Milky Way's center. read


18-year-old reveals how she has spent £8,000 on her Disney obsession

Performing arts student Hannah Barker, 18 from Colchester, Essex, estimates she's spent £8,000 on her ever-expanding collection of Disney princess costumes, wigs and dolls. read


Dorset home that comes with its own cove hits the market for £1.7m

Hidden in the grounds of Kingswear Court Lodge, in Devon, is Silver Cove (pictured), a picturesque inlet with a slipway that was commandeered by the Americans during WW2. read


The world's most incredible bridges revealed in new book Bridges by David Ross

From huge viaducts to stone-built crossings, the world's most incredible bridges have been revealed in a mesmerising new book titled Bridges. read


Photographer captures expressions on lions’ faces while they're mating

Wildlife photographer Ingo Gerlach snapped the lion and lioness during an intimate moment at the Masai Mara National Reserve recently. read


Mac on… the World Cup 

'I can't understand it. Last week we were packed.' read


Couple marry after they jokingly agreed to if they were single at 40

Mairi Gordon, 45, and Rhys McLellan, 43, married in Edinburgh last year, 22 years after they split up and jokingly agreed to tie the know if they were both still single at the age of 40. read


Levon Drover photographs two Beluga whales swimming underneath him

Levon Drover was paddling off the coast of Ingonish, Nova Scotia on July 5 when he spotted two Beluga whales swimming right underneath his board. read


Sign language interpreter steals show at metal concert in Austin

A sign language interpreter has stolen the show at a metal concert with her enthusiastic translation of the music. Fan Freddie Ibarra filmed her at the Slayer Farewell tour in Austin, Texas. read


Man is bitten by monkey in sanctuary in Bali

This is the moment a monkey bites a tourist who was visiting Ubud Monkey Forest in Bali, Indonesia. The incident was recorded by a fellow tourist who posted the footage online. read


Video shows frightened labradoodle had to be carried down escalator

A frightened labradoodle was captured on video being carried down an escalator at a mall in Georgia. The pooch was apparently afraid to step on the escalator, forcing his owner to pick him up. read