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The 14-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had claimed he accidentally stabbed Ava (middle and right) in self-defence after a row over a Snapchat video during the festive event in Liverpool. But a jury took two hours and eight minutes to convict him, with more than 20 members of Ava's family celebrating in the public gallery after a jury foreman revealed the verdict. The teenager, who appeared on video-link throughout the trial, put his head in his hands. Liverpool Crown Court was shown CCTV footage of the 'callous' boy and his friends after the stabbing going into a shop, where they bought butter which he said was for crumpets and he was seen arranging his hair for a selfie. Prosecutor Claire Newell said: 'Knowing he had stabbed her, his behaviour is of someone who is, at best, utterly unconcerned, at worst, rather pleased with himself, as if he feels big.' Also pictured are police cars in Liverpool city centre following Ava’s murder (bottom right). 

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Struggling Britons were today warned they face another near-50 per cent hike in energy prices in October - as Boris Johnson held a crisis Cabinet on the cost of living. Ofgem chief executive Jonathan Brearley revealed his latest estimate for the price cap as he gave evidence to MPs on the Business Committee. He said that although the figures were 'uncertain', the situation has deteriorated and the expectation for the new level was £2,800 for a typical family - compared to £1,972 at the moment. Before April it was just £1,277. Mr Brearley also admitted that there is a risk prices could go even higher if there is more disruption from the standoff with Russia. The grim message will heap pressure on the PM to announce more help for families struggling to get by as inflation spirals. A think-tank has sounded alarm that the mooted increase could nearly double the number of families suffering 'fuel stress' to 10million.

Boris Johnson is in the danger zone after the first Partygate photos of him boozing with aides surfaced, and there will almost certainly be more in Sue Gray's report.

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Ministers today expressed concerns that awarding large pay boosts to public sector workers could risk worsening the current inflation crisis.

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Alexandra Adams and her husband Cev, both 43, say they were left puzzled by the sudden change in their neighbour's behaviour after they build a veranda in the back garden of their South London home.

Petronella Ravenshear, who is from London but recently relocated to Florida, names socialite Jemma Kidd and fashion designer Donna Ida among her fans.

The Great British Staycation boom is over, tourism chiefs say as number of bookings to UK beauty spots drop BELOW pre-Covid levels due to return of foreign holidays and cost of living crisis 

The Welsh Association of Visitor Attractions (WAVA), which represents more than 80 tourism businesses, said there had been a 'noticeable lull' in visitors across the sector. Almost half of its members saw fewer tourists over the holiday period than they did in the pre-pandemic year of 2019. They said increased running costs including food and energy prices were making it especially difficult for businesses and they now fear for their future. It comes as hospitality chiefs, small businesses and tourism bosses have warned any new levy for foreign holidaymakers coming to Wales would 'decimate' the holiday industry. Visitors to Wales may be forced to pay a tourism levy to stay in the country in the future, if a planned consultation which will be launched by the Labour-backed Welsh Government this autumn is approved. Pictured left: A crude 6ft long banner - written in black paint on a white board - was held aloft by three people in July 2020, over the A30 at Bodmin, one of the main roads into Cornwall. Pictured right: Tourists flock to Fistral beach in Cornwall after the lockdown restrictions eased in August 2020

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The dated-looking caravan, which sits in a back garden of a house in Barnet, North London, has been listed for rent on property portal London Golden Key.

The average price of diesel yesterday was 181.14p per litre, up from 179.7p last week and 151.95p in late February before Russia's invasion of Ukraine, according to Government figures.

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Scientists in Portugal, who are studying the genetic material of the monkeypox virus behind the global outbreak, spotted mutations in 50 parts of the strain.

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Ricky Gervais is praised for his 'latest zero f***s given' Netflix standup show as he mocks cancel culture with jokes about trans people -  sparking immediate Twitter pile on from woke brigade 

Ricky Gervais has been praised for hitting out at cancel culture in new Netflix show SuperNature by joking about 'old fashioned' and 'new women with beards and c**ks' as fans call it his 'funniest stand-up ever'. The comedian, 60, starts the show by describing comedy to the audience as 'basically a bloke talking', before purposely failing to recall any 'funny female comedians'. And just minutes into his opening monologue, Gervais yawns to the crowd as he talks about 'those old-fashioned women, you know, with wombs'. Talking to the audience about cancel culture and the transgender issues, he says: 'Ah women. Not all women, I mean the old-fashioned women, you know the ones with wombs? Those f***ing dinosaurs. 'I love the new women. They're great, aren't they? The new ones we've been seeing lately. The ones with beards and c***s. They're as good as gold, I love them.

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Rehema Muthamia, 26, who has Kenyan heritage and spent part of her childhood in Kenya, was crowned Miss England in a glittering ceremony in Coventry.

The off-duty Dorset Police colleagues were caught spilling onto the pitch along with a large crowd of Bournemouth fans after their side sealed a return to the Premier League on May 3.

'I was just 16 when you took my virginity on your office floor!' Astonishing moment US woman, 43, stands up in church to accuse married pastor of grooming her as a teen  - forcing him to ADMIT IT in front of stunned congregation

Pastor John Lowe II stepped down from the New Life Christian Church after being confronted on stage by Bobi Gephart, a 43-year-old woman who came forward with a microphone to tell their church in Warsaw, Indiana, how he'd groomed her as a teen, starting when she was 16 - the legal age of consent in the state. Pastor Lowe II had just told the church that he 'sinned' 20 years ago by committing adultery, without mentioning how old the woman or girl was at the time. He begged for the church's forgiveness, then received a standing ovation. Bobi then stormed towards the stage with her husband, Nate.

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The popular Braun Silk-épil 5 SensoSmart Epilator is a winner for those with sensitive skin and looking for a longer-term solution to hair removal. It's now on sale for 41 per cent off, reduced to £49.99.

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Thousands of women have hailed the L'Oréal Paris Magic Retouch Instant Root Concealer Spray as a 'lifesaver' for covering up grown-out roots and grey hair at home.

The moment a manhole cover COLLAPSED under 18-month-old toddler who fell down sewage drain to his mother's horror before she jumped in to save him from river of human waste 

Amy Blyth, 23, (middle and right) was strolling with her 18-month-old son, Theo Prior, (far right) when he disappeared through a drain cover, which terrifyingly flipped over and then closed on top of him on Sunday afternoon. The footage, captured on CCTV from a neighbouring house, showed the moment the quick-thinking personal trainer jumped into the drain to rescue the tot and quickly plucked him from a river of human waste in Tenterden, Kent. The mother-of-one stood on ledges at the side of the sewer to reach down to her toddler son who had fallen to the very bottom. Luckily, she was able to grab hold of him and lift him out - but his clothes were left covered in human waste. Describing the 'horror film' moment, Ms Blyth said: 'My first thought was "Oh my God, he's dead.''' The incident happened on a public pavement and Southern Water have since apologised to the family and said they are 'taking the matter very seriously'. 

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West Ham defender Kurt Zouma has appeared at Thames Magistrates Court this morning where he admitted kicking and slapping his cat in a viral video earlier this year

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NS&I will increase the Premium Bonds prize fund rate from 1 to 1.4% boosting the chances of its 21m savers bagging a monthly prize.

Major-General Alexander Kurenkov (left), 49, nominated today by Putin, is the sixth bodyguard to the Russian president to be appointed to high government office. The last man to hold the post was Yevgeny Zinichev (right), also an ex-Putin guard, who died falling down a 90ft waterfall amid suspicions of murder. Nicknamed 'the man without a face', little is known about Kurenkov's past and background, with claims he had served in the FSB counterintelligence agency as well as the FSO, responsible for guarding senior officials. Official records said Zinichev, who was 'being groomed for tsardom as a possible successor' to Putin, was killed trying to 'save a man' at the Kitabo-Oron waterfall in September at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Siberia.

The Russian leader has been accused of deliberately weaponizing food supplies to cause global chaos, and has been targeting Ukrainian farms and production sites.

Japan scrambled jets after Russian and Chinese warplanes neared its airspace on Tuesday, when Tokyo was hosting the leaders of the Quad countries including the United States.

President Erdogan is demanding Sweden cut all political ties with Kurdish groups, stop sending aid and weapons to Kurds in Syria, and drop an arms embargo imposed for his attack on those groups.

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Ukraine claimed the shot demonstrated the high accuracy of the latest NATO weapons that have arrived in the country and continue to enter the battlefield.

Kyiv military spy chief Kyrylo Budanov said he fears the Russian leader still has a 'few more years' left in him despite suffering from 'several serious illnesses'.

A Moscow court ruled to 'leave the sentence without changes', meaning the leader of Russia's opposition will go to a strict-regime penal colony with harsh conditions, including few family visits.

Meghan's stuck in the middle! Awkward moment Duchess of Sussex is caught behind Harry and his polo teammates as they struggle to lift the trophy over her head

Meghan Markle, 40, was on hand to present Prince Harry, 37, and his team, Los Padres, with a trophy after they won an event at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. But the prize-giving had clearly not been rehearsed and Meghan ended up being squashed between Harry and one of his teenage teammates as they struggled to lift the heavy cup over her head for a photo. After a few seconds in the shadows at the back of the stage, Meghan stepped to the front of the stage for her moment in the spotlight. Footage of the encounter was shared online by a Twitter user who noted it looked like they 'didn't know where to put her' and then ended up 'blocking her with the trophy'.

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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Within about five minutes of the first lockdown coming into force, councils all over Britain started closing roads with gay abandon and without warning.

DR VERENA BRUNSCHWEIGER: A couple lie beside each other in bed, in those peaceful hours as the sun is rising. Half-awake, the husband reaches out to his wife, romance on his mind.

Alex Fairhurst, who lives in Wigan, told presenter Alison Hammond that her three-year-old daughter Isla Bates is a royal super fan, and has been touring care homes to bring joy to residents.

Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were joined by former MP Gyles Brandreth in the Buckingham Palace Bow Room for the special Jubilee episode of This Morning today. They were surrounded by treasures including: 1. 19th century armchairs; 2. King George III's dinner and dessert service; 3. Portrait of F rederick William, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz; 4. Princess Augusta of Cambridge, Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz; 5. Pair of 18th century Chinese vases; 6. Portrait of Ernst, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg; 7. Portrait of Princess Mary of Cambridge; 8. Set of Victorian-era lights; 9. Portrait of Marie Alexandrina of Saxe-Altenburg, Queen of Hanover; 10. Pair of ornamental mirrors; 11. George IV's candelabra; 12. 19th century occasional table.

Reddit users from across the UK took to the forum to share their worst job interview experiences, from being asked to dress up in a sheep costume to a recruiter falling asleep in the meeting.

The BBC has announced plans to try and get 10million people singing Sweet Caroline on the final day of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations to thank Her Majesty for 70 years of service

Charles, 73, looked stern as he entered the Abbey in an elaborate red robe with gold embellishments and a full train atop his military uniform.

The Duke of York, who this year agreed to pay a huge sum to settle a sex abuse scandal case before it ever reached a jury, is making daily visits with the monarch at Windsor Castle.

Moment remorseless killer SMILED at police after beating little Kemarni to death: Drug dealer who murdered girlfriend's son, three, inside flat of horrors appears to joke with officers as they arrive on scene - as couple are jailed for total of 35 years

Nathaniel Pope has been jailed at Birmingham Crown Court for life with a minimum term of 24 years for the 'brutal' murder of his partner's son, three-year-old Kemarni Watson Darby. Pope, 32, was found guilty of murder in April, following a five-month trial which heard that Kemarni had 34 separate areas of external injuries. Kemarni's mother, 31-year-old Alicia Watson, was today jailed for 11 years for child cruelty and causing or allowing the death of her three-year-old son. Now, it has been revealed that Pope smiled with officers and claimed not to be Watson's partner when police arrived at the scene following Kemarni's killing. A video clip of the encounter with an officer was released by West Midlands Police after the sentencing, showing a shirtless Pope in an apparently relaxed mood despite beating Kermani to death.

John McEnroe and Tim Henman clash in an awkward live TV debate over Wimbledon's ban on Russian players, with the three-time champion calling for a BOYCOTT if Novak Djokovic and Co believe the decision is a 'mistake' 

Former tennis stars John McEnroe and Tim Henman clashed in an awkward live TV debate over Wimbledon's decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players from their tournament this summer - after the ATP and WTA stripped it of its ranking points following the controversial move. Wimbledon will now effectively be an exhibition and there has been a suggestion that players could skip the competition entirely. The All-England club have stood with the UK Government to condemn Russia for their invasion of Ukraine and said they have 'carefully considered the situation in the context of our duties to the players, to our community and to the broader UK public as a British sporting institution'. 

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Sophie Wessex, 57, was met by crowds of schoolchildren and looked elegant in a crisp white blazer teamed with a tiered blue floral skirt. She sensibly donned espadrilles for the visit.

TOM LEONARD: From the ethically sourced produce shops of Islington to the chemical-free acres of the Prince of Wales's Highgrove farm, you could almost hear the cheering three years ago

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Here's our rundown of the most valuable motors to be sold when the hammer dropped in auction rooms featuring seven Ferraris, two Mercedes and an Aston Martin.

More than 2,500 migrants have landed in the UK by small boat this month so far, with 252 men, women and children making the perilous journey across the Channel yesterday, official figures show.

BBC News ticker goes rogue: Viewers are told that 'Manchester United are rubbish' and 'weather rain everywhere' before red-faced presenter apologises and blames it on a trainee 

People watching the BBC News channel at around 9.35am could be forgiven for thinking they were misreading the scrolling news banner at the bottom of the screen. But two hours later a red-faced presenter (bottom right) was forced to apologise and blamed the words on a trainee who was being taught how to use the ticker. Despite the potential for causing upset, delighted social media users praised the BBC for being 'fair and accurate' in its representation of Manchester United. The words appeared on the screen at 9.35am while during this morning's sports bulletin. While reports from the tennis action at the French Open were being shown on the screen, the words 'Manchester United are rubbish' (left) appeared at the bottom of the screen. This was quickly followed by the phrase 'Weather rain everywhere' (top right), leading to confusion among keen-eyed viewers.

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Rail enthusiasts had travelled and were queuing up from midnight in the rain to experience the new east-west line, with the first Paddington to Abbey Wood service leaving on time at 6.33am.

Dutch-Belgian actress Sand Van Roy had accused the Lucy director of raping her over a two-year on-off relationship, and filed a complaint against him in May 2018.

Female-to-male transgender surgery is to be offered for free by a new national medical service, it can be revealed.

The unidentified woman's outburst came during a break after Judge Penney Azcarate left the courtroom. 'Johnny, I love you! Our souls are connected,' the woman exclaimed.

Time for Tubby bye bye! Horrified father finds out his son has smashed £3,400 Teletubby sculpture at Hong Kong toy shop... and he has to pay for it 

A Hong Kong father ended up splashing out more than he intended on a trip to the toy store after his son was smashed a nearly six foot porcelain Teletubby doll. Furious staff found the 5.9ft-tall golden doll made smashed into pieces at a toy shop in Langham Place shopping mall in the Mongkok district of Hong Kong, China, on Sunday May 22. They checked the store's CCTV footage and the boy could be seen leaning onto the gold-coloured doll before trying to pull it back from falling. He was unable to save the giant glittery decorative item and it crashed to the ground. At the time, the boy's father, Cheng, was on a call outside the shop but turned back in after hearing a loud smashing sound. The boy's dad said: 'My son was motionless, he was just staring down at the toy. My son was terrified after the incident that he had to skip school. He asked me why the doll looked scary.'

Dr David Heymann, who used to head the WHO's emergencies department, said monkeypox may have happened been spread at two recent raves in Spain and Belgium.

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Health chiefs in the region confirmed the holidaymaker in Fuerteventura was one of five suspected new cases currently being analysed.

Another 14 monkeypox cases have been identified in England, as scientists warn the virus has evolved 'far more' than expected.

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European health chiefs have warned monkeypox, could become endemic to the Continent if it spreads from people to pet rodents like rats and mice which can carry the virus.

They were formerly married during an alfresco ceremony at the medieval Castello Brown fortress in Portofino on Sunday. And newlyweds Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have been lapping up all the Italian Riviera has to offer as they continued their palatial wedding celebrations on Monday. The KUWTK star, 43, and her Blink-182 drummer husband, 46, were soaking up the sunshine - and married life - as they spent quality time together on the coast.

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While they are known for being some of the most beautiful women in the world, the Kardashians are no stranger to a good filter while posing on Instagram for their millions of followers. Sisters Kim, 41, (left) Kourtney, 43, (right) and Khloe, 37, have their social media accounts brimming with perfected snaps which often have noticeable differences to the away they look in real life while out and about attending events where the ability to tweak their appearances is out of their hands. It comes as the women made liberal use of filters as they shared a plethora of images from Kourtney's recent lavish nuptials to Travis Barker in Portofino, Italy, on Sunday.

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University of Cambridge experts say slashing TV watching to less than an hour could help prevent 11 per cent of coronary heart disease cases, which kill 64,000 Britons a year.

Your mattress needs to air to avoid unhealthy moisture being trapped in the bed, so pull back the bed linen to give the mattress the chance to breathe.

If you're looking for an effortless way to remove pet hair without dragging out your vacuum, thousands shoppers swear by the 'game-changing' ACE2ACE Pet Hair Remover Roller.

Made without wires, clasps and with removable pads, the Comfyin Padded Bralette doesn't pinch, dig or itch the skin, making them comfortable for the hot summer months. They cost £16 for three.

Coleen Rooney is enjoying a family break in Dubai after jetting off on holiday on the last day of her high court battle against Rebekah Vardy last week. Wayne Rooney shared his first Instagram post in three weeks on Monday, posting a family snap showing the couple with their four sons, Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, six, and Cass, three at their Dubai resort. The photo shows Coleen still wearing her air boot, which she wore in all of her court appearances this month following a foot injury. Meanwhile eldest son Kai was wearing a matching foot brace after his own injury.

Natalie Read, 39, who had given birth nine weeks ago was expressing milk while on her first night in Portsmouth when the bar manager entered the women's toilets, it's claimed.

University of Cambridge experts say slashing TV watching to less than an hour could help prevent 11 per cent of coronary heart disease cases, which kill 64,000 Britons a year.

The 83 holidaymakers all claimed to have fallen ill due to the food while staying at the four-star Holiday Village resort in Lanzarote in the summer of 2019.

Liam Payne made his first public appearance with new girlfriend Aliana Mawla on Monday, weeks after breaking off his engagement to Texan model Maya Henry. The former One Direction star was arm in arm with the attractive brunette, who bears a striking resemblance to his former fiancée, after arriving at Heathrow Airport that morning. The new couple looked drained as they made their way across the terminal following an eventful flight from Los Angeles, during which a shirtless Liam had made the questionable decision to share a video of himself flexing his abs.

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'Serial swindler' Inigo Philbrick, an American citizen who previously lived in London, has been jailed in the US for seven years after admitting conning several former clients out of £80million.

The former police officer 49, is serving a whole-life sentence for the kidnap, rape and murder of 33-year-old Ms Everard in March last year, when he was a serving in the Met.

Eyebrows have been raised among social media users over the portrait on the new commemorative £5 coin of Prince William, with some saying the Royal Mint has 'hair-brushed' the future king.

Eudora Okoro, from Wirral, has been mistaken for being in her 30s and 40s, and told Liverpool Echo: 'I've had a lot of younger men contact me, some of whom are 19 or even 20.' (pictured left, right and inset). The dance teacher and DJ, who claims she has never had cosmetic surgery, explained that she has managed to defy the signs of ageing by staying hydrated, active and wearing SPF.

Top police superintendent Sarah Derbyshire, 49, pictured, has been caught taking part in a pitch invasion after Bournemouth Football Club was promoted to the Premier League.

Pembe Mehmetaliogullari, 47, from Hove, East Sussex, is accused of trying to murder her severely disabled adopted son, Mustafa, by feeding him painkillers and antidepressants.

Private Omar Archibald admitted he had sex with the woman in her bedroom in Yorkshire but denies her claims that she was so drunk she only remembers not wanting to sleep with him, a military court heard.

In a damning report, MPs said a fundamental lack of planning and preparation by then foreign secretary Dominic Mr Raab and senior officials led to 'a disaster and a betrayal of our allies'.

Friends close to the couple, who made their first public appearance at the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday, say they have been an item for five months and are 'smitten' following a whirlwind romance. Vick, who was beaming as she and the Scottish DJ, 38, walked around the London show together, has been wearing her diamond engagement ring for weeks after Calvin popped the question underneath a tree at his Ibiza farm, Terra Masia.

The Topshop founder, 70, appeared to be enjoying himself yesterday - taking the wheel of a speed boat before chatting with DiCaprio on the deck of the luxury craft off the south of France .

Universities Minister Michelle Donelan said the horrific crime, which sees mainly young women targeted with incapacitating drugs on a night out was 'very close to her heart'.

  

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Emotional moment man, 57, who was left on steps of a London church by his Irish Catholic parents who conceived him out of wedlock discovers his mother is still alive and wants to meet him - and he has SEVEN full siblings

Andy Hallsworth, 57, was born 'on or about 31 August 1965' and his birth parents abandoned him six weeks later in the British capital to avoid being outcasts in their very religious families after falling pregnant before their wedding. During Long Lost Family: Born Without a Trace, he was told his mother was alive and wanted to meet him (pictured main). He also visited the church where he was abandoned, pictured, St Mary of the Angels in Bayswater (inset).

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New figures from the Office of National Statistics yesterday found that fewer than one in 10 Britons want to return to working in the workplace full-time.

Councillor William Gannon has been forced to resign over widespread allegations he is the street artist Banksy. His spell in public life ended after he faced online speculation and harassment.

MPs last night rejected calls for a further 40% cut in fuel duty and VAT in a Parliamentary debate, despite increasing cost of living pressures.

Party president Mary Lou McDonald and vice president Michelle O'Neill will visit Parliament later to meet with politicians in their most high profile visit to the capital in years.

Inflation in the UK officially reached the highest level in 40 years in April, at 9%, and economists warn the worst is still yet to come.

Brenda Moulton and her 19-year-old daughter Kaylea were looking to spend an idyllic day on the paradisiac Platys Gialos beach, but in turn, had the scare of their lives at DK Oyster bar, they claimed.

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A new report by the Ministry of Defence found that financial satisfaction rates in the Armed Forces fell by four percentage points this year, for the first time since 2018.

Nina Warhurst, 41, added a touch of humour to the end of her broadcast from the chicken farm in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, pointing at and explaining the mark on her blue puffer jacket - chicken poo.

Researchers from the University of Puget Sound in Washington have revealed that people who use mobile payment methods are more likely to overspend.

Woman, 39, with endometriosis who's been in pain every day for 20 years tells Lorraine she's decided to have a hysterectomy even though she won't be able to have children 

Lisa Potter-Dixon, 39, who lives in London, said she has tried everything from Western medicine to Chinese remedies, and says a hysterectomy is the 'best option' to relieve her pain. 'I would say that every single day for the past 20 years I'm at a five out of 10 in pain. I think when you have any chronic illness you get used to the pain,' she explained. The make-up artist said she's resigned to not having children and is grateful for her husband, friends and dogs.

Landlords often get a bad rap for not looking after their rental properties. In this scenario our reader intends to go above and beyond and actually improve their property.

A study has found that Ancient Mayans stuck gemstones to their teeth to prevent infection and decay. Research led by Cinvestav, Mexico found the sealants may have had therapeutic properties.

Natasha Woolley claimed Stephen Apsey had massaged her and made lewd comments after she had been accused of Covid rule breaking a transport services company in south Wales

Anneka Rice's most famous task in her hit show Challenge Anneka came in 1990, when she overhauled an orphanage in Romania. Pictured: The star with some of the children.

People from around the world have taken to social media to share photos of people whose good intentions ended in disaster, with Opossum Sauce rounding up a selection of the best examples for an amusing gallery. Pictured left: An emergency hub without a telephone installed, warning people to have an emergency in a different location. Pictured top right: A marriage proposal in the Philippines with an aggressive banner. Pictured bottom right: A box with confusing warnings.

Citroen has revealed the left-hand-drive two-seat model will cost from £7,695 when first deliveries arrive this summer - and the single-seat 'Cargo' van version is £7,995.

An anonymous hacker working within China's western Xinjiang province was able to leak almost 3,000 images of Uyghur Muslims detained in prisons and 're-education' camps in the region.

Shocking CCTV footage of the attack shows Alister Gray, 32, walking home from a bar in Istanbul, Turkey, in the early hours of Saturday morning when he was attacked.

Scientists from the University of Copenhagen have found that pigs and horses, can actually tell the difference between negative and positive sounds in human speech.

A mother-of-three has admitted her baby bump was so small during her last pregnancy that she could hide it - with shocking photos showing her flat bump at eight-months pregnant. Allanah Harris, from Queensland, posted her photo montage on TikTok showing her last photo before delivery with an almost flat bump - leaving users questioning 'how?'. She wrote: 'Have you ever known anyone that hid their pregnancy? Here's my story.' Pictured left to right: Eight months pregnant in a bikini, and the last photo before delivery with very flat bumps with healthy baby (right)

The chairman of a new panel that will scrutinise the police on race issues is a criminal defence barrister who has said her 'ultimate aim' is to end funding for forces.

A row erupted following the launch of the plan to tackle racism yesterday as police chiefs were grilled on whether forces were 'institutionally racist' (pictured: Black Lives Matter protest in 2020).

A 19-year-old Briton enjoying the first hours of a holiday with friends to the notorious Spanish party resort of Magaluf could have paralysed himself after jumping into the shallow end of a pool.

Anji Chalk, 22, from Llandudno, suffers with such agonising back pain that she's forced to use a walking stick to get around and fears she'll be 'permanently disabled' by the crushing weight of her chest. The actor, left, pictured in 2019, has a condition called gigantomastia, which causes an exponential growth of excessive breast tissue. Now, right, her breasts are size 40K and she only leaves the house to go to work. Inset: Anji with one of her custom-made bras.

Lord Brittan's widow (pictured) has blasted moves to appoint the police chief who presided over the shambolic VIP child sex abuse inquiry as head of the National Crime Agency.

Around half of long Covid sufferers say symptoms have lasted for a year or more. In response, private clinics are marketing a range of therapies to tackle long Covid.

Fluff Puff Husky Boy is no everyday dog. His appearance is certainly striking: bright blue eyes, a short, squashed muzzle and an almost feathery white coat with flashes of pink. But his looks, perhaps, are not the most surprising thing about him. Reared in Chelmsford, Essex, Fluff Puff was recently sold to a Texas breeder to work - we believe - as a stud dog. And the price paid? An astonishing $1 million (£780,000). That's if we take his breeder, Diego Sanchez - whose breeding outfit Dezinerbullz is licensed by his local council in Maldon - at his word. In video footage, Sanchez, a Colombian national, is seen delivering Fluff Puff to his new American owner at a luxury London flat. Fluff Puff was then flown to Houston: it was, according to Sanchez, a historic moment.

Researchers from the University of Toronto found that children who grow up with a dog have healthier guts and are less likely to develop Crohn's disease - a common inflammatory bowel disease.

The best teachers should be assigned to lower-ability pupils to raise a school's GCSE grades, a report said yesterday (stock image).

Joe Biden's administration is in talks with representatives of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Israel aimed at normalizing relations between Saudi and Israel - with two islands at stake.

Joe Biden insisted Tuesday that he didn't change the U.S.'s policy toward Taiwan after rattling China by answering in the affirmative when a reporter asked if he'd be 'willing to get involved militarily.'

Cheryl Wilson, 40, from Romford, Essex, was horrified when her optician revealed in April this year that her 'foggy vision' was the result of a cataract-like growth in her right eye.She had surgery to remove the lens in her right eye and replace it with an artifical one to save her sight. Now she's warning of the dangers of using sunbeds without eye protection. Right: Cheryl recovering from surgery.

Sarah Hartley describes the Moroccan city as a 'mystical, magical oasis'. She based herself at La Mamounia, a hotel with world-class gardens and Art Deco interiors.

MATTHEW LAMBERT AT ROLAND GARROS: First under leaden skies and then in evening sunshine, Raducanu did battle against Linda Noskova in two hours and 40 minutes of terrific tennis.

Silent Witness returned to screens last night and brought back its first star, Amanda Burton as Professor Sam Ryan. But it was the sexual tension between Nikki and Jack that had people talking.

Jack Grealish encapsulated the joyous scenes of Manchester City Premier League title parade on Monday, although Newcastle's Miguel Almiron may not think that after his joke.

Should holiday chat be BANNED in the office? Love Island's Shaughna Phillips clashes with The Apprentice's Tim Campbell who tells GMB boasting about your break is 'insensitive' amid the cost of living crisis  

Love Island's Shaughna Phillips, 28, told Good Morning Britain she used to work in an office and always enjoyed hearing about people's trips, but Tim argued you have to 'read the room'. Left: Shaughna who has recently returned from Jamaica. Right: Tim, pictured on a trip to Jamaica with his wife, argued it's not always respectful to talk about expensive trips.

The rapper returned to Instagram on Monday after being suspended from the platform for 24 hours back in March with a photo of the crisp and clean new design.

Measuring about 30ft (9m) long, the fossilised remains of Thanatosdrakon amaru were discovered in the Andes mountains in Argentina's western Mendoza province.

 A mixed-race teenager was so traumatised after being strip-searched by police while on her period that she tried to kill herself, according to her family.

That's one way to deal with the pitch invader problem! AC Milan's hardcore 'Ultras' slap down their fellow fans who ran on to the pitch after their title win in Italy, because they were delaying the trophy presentation

A double from striker Olivier Giroud and one from Franck Kessie helped seal the Scudetto ahead of city rivals Inter Milan in style with a 3-0 victory against Sassuolo on Sunday. A horde of happy supporters invaded the pitch at full-time to spark jubilant celebrations at the Mapei Stadium for the Italian giants. But video footage has now emerged of the club's hardcore fans slapping down their fellow supporters as they returned to their seats around the stadium. And it is believed the reason they resorted to such actions was as a punishment for delaying the trophy presentation for Stefano Pioli's men.

Maryan Bova has been helping people come to terms with their own morality for 25 years, and says while some people are quick to accept death is upon them others don't.

A career criminal has been indicted for impersonating an officer after he attempted to apprehend two women who disputed their bill at a restaurant in Prince George's County, Maryland.

A doctor has shown off one of her favourite lunch-box fillers. The Wholesome Doctor said she makes the spinach and cheese melts for her two children in advance.

Jared Kushner lost Donald Trump the White House and presided over a 'wonky mishmash' of a campaign that cost him nearly $2bn and the presidency, according to Kellyanne Conway.

The world's shortest living teenager has been crowned in Kathmandu, Nepal as he arrived to collect his award from Guinness World Records. Dor Bahadur Khapangi, who measures just 2ft 5in (73.43cm), was carried by a relative to the location in the Nepalese capital. Dhananjay Regmi, CEO of the Tourism Board, handed Khapangi the frame certificate - which came up to his chest - at a ceremony organised by Guinness World Records this morning.Born in Nepal in 2004, the young man posed with his certificate in front of a bevvy of photographers and media present at the ceremony. The Guinness World Records holder for shortest female in the world is Jyoti Amge from India. In 2009 she was confirmed as the shortest living female teenager at just 2ft (61.95cm). Now 28, she has retained her record all this time and even appeared on American television as regular character Ma Petite in American Horror Story: Freak Show, in which she premiered in 2014.

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Salamanders in freefall! Amazing video shows how the amphibians glide like SKYDIVERS to slow and control their fall from trees

University of South Florida researchers set out to discover why 'wandering salamanders' willingly jump from such great heights and what makes them aerodynamic. The amphibians, which are often hard to observe because they live in some of the world's tallest trees in California, have long limbs and flattened bodies that are perfect for climbing. But unlike their distant cousins - the gliding leaf frog and flying gecko - they do not have skin flaps or webbing to help them glide.

After her honeymoon, Marie D'Allesandro Donato washed the clothes that she wore and put them back into her suitcase, where they have sat untouched ever since - until now.

Data released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) today reveals 9,187 people have crossed the English Channel in 282 boats so far in 2022, with at least 120 arriving this morning.

A Harry Potter-mad student who forked out £3,000 on wands has hit back at trolls who brand his collection a 'waste of money' - and vows to buy at least 40 more. Connor Cundale splashed the cash on his 80-strong wand collection over 12 years, but claims he has 40 more to go before completing the set. The 20-year-old admits that trolls, and even some pals, have questioned why he's spent so much on them, but Mr Cundale, from Buckhurst Hill, Essex, said the magical collection brings him 'happiness' and has vowed to keep them forever.

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No need to step on the brakes! Ford tests new speed-limiting tech that automatically slows down vehicles as they approach schools, hospitals and shopping areas

Ford is using 'geofences' to automatically limit the speed of internet-connected vehicles when they enter designated areas. The new tech could end the need for speed limit signs and prevent drivers from inadvertently incurring speeding fines, Ford said.

The researchers from the John Innes Centre in Norwich claim the vitamin D you can get from eating one of these genetically modified tomatoes is equivalent to two eggs or 28 grams of tuna.

AdvancedAdvT, Murria's vehicle said a rival £310m bid 'does not fairly reflect' the 'significant synergies' available to M&C Saatchi shareholders.

Is this the most bizarre rugby try EVER? English star crosses to score but waits over TWO MINUTES before putting the ball down

English star Will Homer scored one of the most bizarre tries ever seen at the World Rugby Sevens tournament in Toulouse on May 21, crossing the tryline but waiting over two minutes to put the ball down in farcical scenes during a pool game between England and Argentina - a move that was blasted by prominent referee Nigel Owens (left), who labelled it 'ungentlemanly conduct'.

  

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