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Catalan president Carles Puigdemont(inset) called moves by Spain to sack his government 'the worst attack since Franco' in a passionate speech delivered in the centre of Barcelona. Protesters(left and middle, in the Placa de Catalunya) waved Catalan flags and held aloft banners as they listened to Mr Puigdemont speak in a central square. The mention of Francisco Franco, the Spanish dictator during the country's Civil War, will bring back painful memories for Catalans(pictured right are images from 1936 showing a fighter, top, and crowds protesting against Franco's oppression). The dictator clamped down on Catalan autonomy and tried to supress its native language. Mr Rajoy said his government wanted to restore the law, ensure regional institutions were neutral and guarantee public services. The measures must now be approved by Spain's upper house, the Senate, where a vote is scheduled for October 27. If the Senate passes the proposals, the Catalan parliament will continue to operate as normal until it is dissolved.

Priscilla Presley quits Scientology

Priscilla Presley, 72, has become the latest celebrity to walk away from the controversial Church of Scientology, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Presley, pictured, is believed to have joined Scientology after the death of husband Elvis. Scientology, founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard in 1955, has been the subject of controversy for years. Both Katie Holmes and Nicole Kidman - ex-wives of Top Gun star Cruise - have quit the church, as have actress Demi Moore and filmmaker Paul Haggis. The latter described it as an 'evil cult', adding: 'Everyone who's left has left quietly. Everyone is so scared; all the well-known people.'

Campaigners have blasted forces for breaking the decades-old tradition, but senior officers say they have no choice because of Government budget cuts.

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A leading diet and exercise expert has come up with a plan to help people lose a stone in two months - by getting active for just 30 minutes a week and in time for the Christmas party season.

High-level government sources said that, before the move, up to ten per cent of new recruits faced being dismissed from the Army after failing drug tests during the first 14 weeks of their training.

RACHEL JOHNSON recalls the time a Spectator columnist forced himself on her in a London restaurant and discusses her experience in light of allegations facing Harvey Weinstein.

Lavinia Woodward may exploit loophole to return to studies

Lavinia Woodward, 24, was handed a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months, for stabbing her boyfriend in the leg. Due to the university's disciplinary procedures, a staff panel that will decide whether she should be expelled cannot make their ruling until she states her desire to return. It had been thought that Woodward would leave the university voluntarily. Her legal counsel, James Sturman, QC, said she was 'reluctant' to return because she was feared for being recognised.

Medical herbalist Katie Pande reveals how turmeric, liquorice, neem and shatavari can help with a range of beauty woes - from excess hair to psoriasis, eczema and ageing skin.

A loud bang resembling that of a bomb sent customers fleeing this afternoon after a faulty Nando's oven sent terror and mass evacuation of the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent.

The allegations must also be treated as serious corruption and referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission rather than being dismissed or dealt with by the suspect's own bosses.

One Everton fan(pictured) appeared to slap the French team's goalkeeper while holding a child sucking a dummy. Video of the shocking encounter during the Europa League tie on Thursday went viral.

Brian batters Britain: 'Weather bomb' storm grounds British Airways jets and halts ferry services with 70mph winds and huge waves causing travel chaos

Dozens of flights and ferries have been cancelled today as a result of Storm Brian. British Airways have cancelled 10 flights to and from London Heathrow to try and slow the pace of arrivals at the UK's busiest airport. Brittany Ferries have cancelled eight ferries, largely to and from Plymouth and Portsmouth, and a knock-on effect is expected for the rest of the weekend. P&O Ferries is warning that Dover-Calais services on Saturday are being delayed by up to an hour because of bad weather. Meanwhile, train operators and network rail are running at reduced speeds as a precaution for the 70mph winds from Storm Brian. This comes after Britain was battered with 40ft waves after the storm descended on the south western parts of the UK.

FA probes 'hazing' abuse of young football stars

Led by Clive Sheldon QC (inset), the inquiry has interviewed about 15 alleged victims, and is planning to speak to more than 20 more. It is understood Mr Sheldon is also trying to establish whether clubs knew about initiation ceremonies. Members of Manchester United's celebrated youth team dubbed the Class Of '92 have previously described their initiation ceremonies at the club. David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville and Robbie Savage are among those who have spoken of the hazing rituals, with Beckham revealing he was forced to perform a sex act while looking at a photograph of a senior player.

In another scathing attack on school food, Jamie Oliver has taken aim at the culture surrounding unhealthy food, and that salads and other nutritious foods are shunned out of sight.

An employment tribunal has now ruled that the Kent and Medway NHS Trust was justified in refusing to reinstate Richard Page after he had expressed his views on television last year.

A top headmaster has attacked 'stifling' health and safety rules and red tape that oblige him to vet visiting Church of England bishops for extremism under Britain's new Prevent strategy.

In the 1950s teenagers, families and professionals alike flocked to Wimpy for an Eggburger, a 'bender brunch', or a snowfreeze ice cream. The firm is now planning to expand once more.

Palace goes into wedding mode: Prince Harry has won over Meghan's mother... but what about the 'father of the bride' - a retired lighting director who lives in a sleepy corner of Mexico 

He is the man who, if the speculation proves true, should be preparing to take centre-stage at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. After all, as the father of the 'bride', it is Thomas Markle (pictured left with an 11-year-old Meghan) who would normally be expected to walk his daughter down the aisle, giving her away in the time-honoured fashion. More than that, tradition dictates that it is his permission that Prince Harry should seek before proposing. What a curious turn of events that would be: the man fifth in line to the Throne seeking consent from a retired lighting director who lives in a sleepy corner of Mexico. While Harry has been seen in relaxed conversation with his girlfriend's mother Doria (inset) at the Invictus Games in Toronto, and has reportedly introduced Meghan to members of the Royal Family - including, it was claimed last week, the Queen - her father has remained firmly in the shadows. And that is just the way he likes it.

'It was romantic with VERY believable chemistry!' Strictly's Shirley Ballas fuels rumours that Mollie King and AJ Pritchard are MORE than just dance partners after their latest steamy performance

Critiquing their Viennese Waltz, she remarked 'It was romantic with VERY believable chemistry!' with a wry glint in her eye. The sizzling chemistry wasn't only hinted at by Shirley. Presenter Claudia Winkleman also added her comments into the mix 'flagging the chemistry' too.

Oxford don denies raping French author

An Oxford don who advised the Government on religion has been accused of raping a glamorous French writer. Professor Tariq Ramadan, 55, who regularly appears on the BBC and Channel 4 as an expert commentator on Islam, strenuously denies the claim lodged by Henda Ayari, 41, with the French prosecutor. Ms Ayari claims it happened in a Paris hotel in 2012 but until now she has been too 'scared' to complain to police. Her lawyer says she felt 'encouraged' by the slew of allegations made against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

Kate Wright cosies up to Rio Ferdinand in Dubai

She quit showbiz to focus on life with her beau and his children.  And Kate Wright proved just that, as she enjoyed a trip to Dubai with footballer Rio Ferdinand and his three children Lorenz, 11, Tate, nine, and Tia, six, where the duo proved just how happy they are while cosying up poolside, as she lay on his chest in an extremely sweet display, The 24-year-old former TOWIE star showed off her sensational figure in a scanty black bikini as she chilled out alongside her beau and his family in the plush hotel, while he displayed his athletic physique.

Many believe the traditional form of practise is designed solely to channel a spiritual energy and calm your mind and not to work up a sweat like a high-intensity class at the gym might.

Researchers have found that high-frequency soundwaves can be tuned to make delicious objects float. And scientists at the University of Sussex say the process even makes it taste sweeter.

Pay £48BILLION for a Brexit deal by Christmas: EU leaders make demand as they prepare to start talks on trade deal with Britain as soon as next month

In a meeting held after Theresa May (left) attended a Brussels summit yesterday, EU leaders gave the order to prepare for a trade deal. However the talks will only go ahead if the Prime Minister agrees to pay the eye-watering sum, according to reports. An unnamed senior diplomat reportedly said that leaders would accept £30billion for future commitments. Along with the 18billion offered for the transition period between 2019 and 2021 this would amount to £46billion. News of the possible deal comes after Emmanuel Macron (top right) threw cold water on hopes of a Brexit breakthrough. Meanwhile, German chancellor Angela Merkel (bottom right) yesterday said she was hopeful of beginning formal trade talks with the UK in December.

The Institute for Free Trade, founded by Eurosceptic Tory MEP Daniel Hannan, paid for the meal and the use of a function room at the royal's Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire.

The French president delivered a grim assessment of the Brexit standoff, saying Theresa May must make more significant concessions for trade negotiations to be able to start in December.

Arriving in Brussels today, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he wanted to make sure Theresa May's negotiations were 'on track' and insisted he would not 'countenance' a no deal scenario.

The former EU commissioner, who is in line to receive an annual pension of £35,000 from Brussels, said 'nobody' warned before the referendum Britain would leave the single market.

X Factor's Talia reveals she was almost killed by her ex

She's the vibrant X Factor hopeful who has impressed the show's judges with her stunning voice and gregarious personality. In fact, she is already a favourite of Simon Cowell and Nicole Scherzinger and is being widely tipped for a place in the show's finals. But behind her smiles, Talia Dean has been hiding a devastating heartache that nearly saw her killed by her ex-boyfriend. Miss Dean, 32, who works as a VIP concierge at Heathrow airport where coincidentally she found herself accompanying her X Factor mentor Miss Scherzinger, was left for dead by the man she loved after he smashed her head on a concrete wall while grabbing her around the neck.

Home sellers could be 'fined' for so-called gazumping - pulling out of a sale to take a higher offer from a new buyer. The idea is part of plans to make buying and selling a home easier.

Prison guards in Yorkshire, Cheshire and Preston are set to be armed with pepper sprays and police-style handcuffs to combat a surge in violence and rioting behind bars.

Judge slams former Miss UK exposed as holiday bug cheat

As a former Miss United Kingdom, Rachelle Noon (right) is well used to revelling in the spotlight. But last week, she came under its glare for a far less glamorous reason - after a court ruled she had tried to cheat her way to compensation by faking sickness on holiday. The 28-year-old model (pictured left on holiday) was ordered to pay thousands of pounds to tour operator Thomas Cook after a judge ruled her 'dishonest'. She and her partner Karl, 31, had claimed food at their hotel in Protaras, Cyprus, made them so ill they were virtually unable to leave their room.

BLACK DOG: The cocky antics of Left-wing MP for Norwich South Clive Lewis, denounced for saying 'get on your knees b*tch' at a Labour rally, have been noted before.

The horrific incident happened nine days after Reece Barber, from Norwich, was badly injured in a tree accident. Hospital chiefs today said they have launched an urgent investigation.

Chef's mother blasts Ramsay for 'exploiting son's death'

Last week, Gordon Ramsay made his debut as a presenter of prime-time documentaries - in this case, a two-part investigation into the widespread abuse of cocaine - and the hot-headed chef was at his impassioned best. As he explained to the viewers, this latest mission has a truly personal inspiration - thanks to the tragic, drug-related death of a former colleague and protégé, a young man he described as 'an amazing chef and one of my best mates'. David Dempsey (pictured, right) was 31 and a rising star in the Ramsay empire when he fell 40ft to his death from the window of a luxury flat in 2003. But his mother Eileen Dempsey (pictured, left), 67, says the documentary represents little more than a cynically insensitive attempt to cash in on her son's untimely death.

The probe, which comes amid mounting concern over alcohol consumption levels in the UK, found that the Spaghetti House and Slug and Lettuce chains did not have 125ml glasses on their menus.

In a legal loophole, it is not against the law to sell or buy cannabis seeds in Britain but it is illegal to use the seeds to grow a plant or to sell any article believed to be used to prepare a controlled drug.

Frederick Colverson, 62 (pictured), was caged for 25 years in August 2012 after a police raid netted Suffolk's biggest ever drugs haul - almost 400lbs of high-grade cocaine.

Omid Saidy, 20, pictured was killed outside Parson's Green tube station in west London on Monday, where 30 people were injured in a terror attack last month.

Weinstein completes sex addict rehab after just one week

A psychologist taking part in his treatment said that Weinstein would remain in Arizona for a month or so after his week of outpatient 'intensive therapy' ends on Saturday. Weinstein was 'invested in the program' and had focused on 'dealing with his anger, his attitude toward others, boundary work and the beginnings of work on empathy,' the psychologist told the outlet with Weinstein's permission. The psychologist downplayed previous reports that the 65-year-old film producer had fallen asleep in group sessions and ranted about conspiracy theories.

Aberdeen man feared kidnapped in Hanoi is found safe

Connor Leslie from Aberdeen was with two friends for a night out in Hanoi when he went missing in a taxi which stopped round 50 yards from around their hotel. Mr Leslie's friends took a photograph of the man they said said drove them last night, inset, before they got into his cab. Mr Leslie, pictured last night, left, was last seen in the taxi wearing a white patterned shirt and white t-shirt. He has since been found safe and well, friends told MailOnline.

It is 3.30pm on a grey, weekday. Other mums are gathering at the school gate or scoping the freezer aisle, but AMY OLIVER is halfway up a 10ft metal pole, clinging on for grim life.

Protesters called for a ban on the hunts - in which a scent is laid for hounds to follow - from more than 600,000 acres of Trust land. They argue that the practice is a cover for hunting animals.

On Friday, the 68-year-old was spotted walking her small pet dog after enjoying lunch with a girlfriend in New York City, wearing a bold blue tartan suit and kitten heels for the outing.

President Donald Trump's oldest son was mercilessly mocked over the Internet Saturday after he posted a image of his father depicted as a superhero to Instagram.

How Faye Dunaway helped to save Jagger from drug binge

Jagger (pictured left in the 1970s and inset) 'turned blue' before being rescued by the Oscar-winning actress Faye Dunaway (right) and her husband, singer Peter Wolf. The episode is detailed in a new book about the iconic American music publication Rolling Stone, exclusive extracts of which feature in today's Event magazine. In one incident, Diane Chess, the wife of the influential rock publicist Marshall Chess, recalls a traumatic afternoon in the mid-1970s when she and her husband found themselves battling to save Jagger's life in their New York apartment.

Nathan Hastings, of Tatton Road, Crewe, took over his victim's life, after making contact through the Xbox Live gaming platform, with a 16-month campaign of 'controlled abuse'.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. The lone suicide attacker struck as worshippers gathered for evening prayer on Friday at the mosque in a heavily Shiite neighbourhood in the west of the city.

With Brexit negotiations in Brussels reaching a crunch point in the next few weeks, the last thing Theresa May needs is a political crisis on the home front, writes FRANK FIELD.

DAN HODGES argues Theresa May's brand of governing has left Ministers hungry for the politics that was the hallmark of George Osborne's time in Downing Street.

AMY OLIVER: Is pole dancing the new Pilates?

It is 3.30pm on a grey, weekday. Other mums are gathering at the school gate or scoping the freezer aisle, but AMY OLIVER (pictured, right, in pink) is halfway up a 10ft metal pole, clinging on for grim life. She's asking if pole dancing is the new Pilates, with the discipline being so popular Countryfile's Julia Bradbury (pictured, left) has a pole in her west London home.

A female artist has come forward with shocking new claims suggesting disgraced movie director and child rapist Roman Polanski sexually abused her at the age of 10.

Employment agency Elless Promotions, who recruited for Yates pubs across Essex, used a secret policy for hiring women in which they would only employ 'at least seven' out of 10s.

Dramatic photos show exhausted migrants arriving in Athens, after being transferred from a camp on the Greek island of Samos. The ship arrived on Saturday, carrying some 180 migrants.

The British city trader who fought ISIS... and won

Macer Gifford, 30 - believed to have been the only UK national to fight in the battle for the city - was a currency trader before he joined Syrian rebel groups. In 2014, Mr Gifford watched with horror the TV reports of IS atrocities, including the beheading of UK hostages by British fanatic 'Jihadi John'. He ignored the pleas of his family and friends not to go to the warzone as he had no military experience. Mr Gifford fought IS as an unpaid volunteer for three years and his remarkable experiences culminated in the battle for Raqqa - the capital city of the jihadis' so-called caliphate. During IS's reign of terror, Raqqa was the scene of horrific public executions, while men thought to be gay were thrown to their deaths from rooftops. Mr Gifford, who attended £23,000-a-year Kimbolton School in Cambridgeshire, told The Mail on Sunday how he took part in terrifying close-quarter battles in Raqqa in which he almost died.

A £1.5million British 'zapper' has been helping American troops destroy at least 500 ISIS drones on the frontline in Iraq and Syria. The device can detect and jam drone signals.



Amir Khan accused of sending sleazy texts to single mum

Boxing star Amir Khan (left) has been accused of sending sleazy texts to a single mum in which he called his wife Faryal Makhdoom (right) a 'Kylie Jenner plastic surgery obsessive'. The former champion bombarded the teacher named Sophie with a string of flirtatious messages and urged her to send him raunchy videos.

This is the shocking moment two brothers had their heads booted 'like footballs' after being viciously set upon by a group of thugs outside a pub in Rowley Regis, West Midlands.

Boyan Antonov, inset, was handed an indefinite hospital order after pleading guilty to manslaughter due to diminished responsibility following the attack at this Liverpool charity shop.

PC Declan Gabriel, 28 (pictured) has been sacked after a Northampton Police misconduct hearing heard he drove a 17-year-old girl to a layby and unzipped his trousers.

A picture taken on December 24, 2016, shows a partial view of the town of el-Bawity, Bahariya Oasis, some 300 kilometres (186 miles) south west of Cairo

At least 52 Egyptian police and military have been killed with six wounded following an ambush by Islamic militants near the Bahariya Oasis in the country's Western Desert.

Calais Jungle camp 12 months after demolition

These stunning aerial pictures from above Calais show how the former site of the 'Jungle' migrant camp has been retaken by mother nature (top right) and how different it looked from a year ago (top left). Around 10,000 migrants used to live at the makeshift camp in France until the squalid camp was pulled down by French officials in 2016. The port city camp was popular with migrants who hoped to try to clamber onto trucks in the desperate hope that they would make it to Britain. Checks are still carried out by at the site (right) as migrants still desperately try to enter Britain.

The victim, who is in his 30s, was walking down Malvern Road in Enfield, London, when he was approached by four black males all wearing dark clothing.

Police in Birmingham have arrested a man after sickening footage of an unconscious woman being kicked in the head was shared across social media more than 10,000 times in just one hour.

The measure is part of a campaign to crack down on harassment at Cambridge University. Starting next week, the university will unveil a policy that will actively discourage relationships.

Battle over couple's £5m to National Trust they despised

The National Trust is to collect a £5.5 million legacy after a bitter legal row over the wills of a wealthy couple who detested the charity. Property tycoon Michael Collins, 78, who suffers from dementia, made a will in 1990 leaving almost all his fortune to the Trust. But he and wife Christine, pictured inset, later clashed with the charity over plans to erect a large bird hide on the boundary between their garden and a country estate it owned. Mrs Collins led protests and the plans were eventually overturned. Despite their subsequent hatred of the Trust, a ruling at the High Court last week means that attempts to get Mr Collins's original will changed so the charity does not get the money have failed. Mrs Collins died aged 65, in 2014, weeks after contracting an aggressive form of cancer. Her husband is now in a nursing home. As they never had children, when Mrs Collins died, her half of the couple's property assets transferred to her husband's estate and are subject to his original will. The large bequest is the proceeds from the sale of the couple's former property in Kensington, West London, which was sold for £4.5 million last April, and their cottage in Gloucestershire, which went for nearly £995,000 in December 2015. The High Court ruling by Judge Jeremy Cousins QC followed an application from the executors of Mrs Collins's estate.

Police are searching for Natalie Lindsay who went missing from the Accident and Emergency unit at North Middlesex Hospital on Wednesday before a stab wound to her arm was fully treated.

Patrick Reilly was cleared of the murder of Leonie Darnley in 1986. Thanks to the quashing of the Double Jeopardy law in 2005, prosecutors had urged the High Court to put Reilly back on trial.

Staff at Nottingham University NHS Trust began pioneering a new approach in 2014 after a survey revealed patients fasted for an average of nine hours, and disliked the experience.

The new procedure has been hailed by leading NHS lung surgeons as an effective alternative to risky open surgery. A small tube - known as a port - is inserted to allow access to the lungs.

Friends and neighbours pay tributes to Bethan Colebourn

Bethan Colebourn is believed to have lived with her science teacher mother Claire, 35, in a bungalow (main) in the leafy town of Fordingbridge in Hampshire. She was also the daughter of Michael Colebourn (inset), 37, who is the chief executive of Trimline, a highly regarded marine interiors firm based in Southampton. On one bouquet, a handwritten message reads: 'I didn't know you little one but you are in our thoughts. Bless you, rest in peace.' (inset left) While another says: 'Sleep tight angel.'

As Catalonia's struggle for independence rumbles on, Robert Hardman spares a thought for Canvey Island, in southern Essex, where locals are pushing to be freed from the tyranny of their local council.

Josef Fritzl - who fathered seven children by raping his captive daughter in a dungeon - had a secret basement in a guesthouse he used to own, construction worker in Austria have discovered.

It's the ape escape! From Kent to the Congo, we follow four very special gorilla brothers on their incredible journey home

Fubu is a 25st western lowland gorilla, and although he doesn't know it yet, he's en route to freedom, in convoy along with three half-brothers - Kouyou, Kebu and silverback Kangu. All were born and bred at The Aspinall Foundation's Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent, and its sister sanctuary Port Lympne, owned by casino owner and conservationist Damian Aspinall.

Australian dentist Dr Steven Lin is warning that brushing and flossing do not do the trick. In addition, people need to make sure they get enough of four essential vitamins, he says.

The 400,000 people with rheumatoid arthritis in Britain are almost 50 per cent more likely to end up with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to the results of a new study.

The Queen watches Frankie Dettori race to victory at Ascot

The Queen (left) was all smiles today as she watched comeback kid Frankie Dettori (top and bottom right) dash to victory at Ascot. The 46-year-old Italian emerged victorious in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes with his horse Persuasive.The 91-year-old monarch looked vibrant in a pink bouclé coat with a bluish hue with large pearl buttons. and matching feathered hat at the Ascot event. The head of state accessorized with a matching feathered hat and a Launer 'Traviata' handbag. Described as the 'richest raceday in the British calendar', the QIPCO British Champions Day is the finale of the European Flat racing season.

EXCLUSIVE: The post, which referred to orthodox Jews in an area of north-east London, read: 'Drove through Stamford Hill today. F*** me the gaffs riddled with full blown Jews. Absolutely vile.'

A University of Georgia study found there was a huge 80-fold increase in BRCA testing from 2003-2014. There was a big spike in 2013, the year the actress revealed she carries a mutation.

Tech experts from online electrical retailer AO.com have revealed the ten most commonly used passwords in the UK including 123123, would take an expert less than one second to crack.

Producer tells story that inspired his new movie Breathe

I am a film producer, always looking for stories, but it took me a long time to work out that I had a great one under my nose. If I had been a writer, I might have penned a memoir or a novel. But making a movie about my parents' life seemed too risky - what if I didn't get it right? But the more I thought about their story, the more I realised how remarkable my parents were, writes JONATHAN CAVENDISH, the producer of Breathe. Left: Andrew Garfield as Robin and Claire Foy as wife Diana in the film. Right: Jonathan with his father in the 60s

A study conducted by Best Mattress Brand found that personality has more of an impact on how you sleep than your surroundings. Testing 1,000 it found that introverts and extroverts sleep very differently.

Edge Hill University's pro-vice chancellor Robert Smedley created a £53,000-a-year role for lover Christopher Joynson without telling his bosses they were in a relationship.

Matthew Scully-Hicks, 31, who is on trial for murder, called the emergency services in March 2016 and told the operator that she had fallen down the stairs at a house in Fairwater, Cardiff,

While other planets, such as Venus and Earth, are known to have so-called magnetotails, the feature observed at Mars is twisted far more dramatically than expected, NASA says.

Are these the chicest mums-to-be ever?

Pregnant ladies often want to shroud themselves in yards of fabric and forgo fashion for nine months but there's a new breed of yummy mummy-to-be dominating social media and their impeccable pregnancy style is envy-inducing. Using hashtags such as #maternitystyle, #chicmama and #dressingthebump, these super stylish pregnant ladies flood Instagram with their pregnancy style snaps. The ladies, L-R: Holly Scarsella, from London, Annabel Mottram, from the West Midlands, and Megan Stevens, wear stylish gowns, trendy dungarees and elegant beachwear to skim their burgeoning bumps - and look just as good as they did pre-baby.

A 27-year-old man from Stalowa Wola, Poland, has been detained after eight people were stabbed at a shopping center. One of the victims died at hospital. Six of the seven injured have serious wounds.

Kyron Webb was taken to hospital with serious knife injuries following the attack on Worsley Avenue in Moston on Tuesday night.

Ex-Lancashire police officer Jayson Lobo, 48, who won the British 800m title in 1998, met most of his victims on dating website Match.com and covertly recorded them on his mobile phone.

The moment Bullingdon Club members are kicked out of the Oxford college where they have their annual photograph as watching students jeer them and play the Benny Hill theme tune 

Oxford University's Bullingdon Club members were embarrassingly escorted from Christ Church College when they attempted to recreate a modern-day version of the famous 1987 picture that featured former prime minister David Cameron and current foreign secretary Boris Johnson on the steps of the college. Their humilatating ejection, which happened in June, was because the group had not obtained permission to take the photograph but is also symbolic of the social transformation in higher education. On Wednesday, Martyn Percy, dean of Christ Church, hosted a Diwali celebration in the college dining hall, culminating in a performance by a transgender Indian dancer and fire-juggling in Tom Quad. Pictured: A promotional shot for Channel 4's When Boris Met Dave.

Government figures reveal there were 289 recorded deaths from choking in England, Scotland and Wales in 2016. Experts cited poorly chewed food as the main driver behind the rise in deaths.

University of Minnesota researchers claim that mushrooms for breakfast, perhaps on toast or in an omelette, stave off hunger pangs and leads to a greater feeling of fullness.

A new report from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has found that e-cigarettes can do just as much harm as tobacco products. They increase one's chances of having lung diseases.

After calling off the an expedition earlier this year, the Malaysian government along with a private company are close to resuming the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

The presidents of Lombardy and Veneto in northern Italy are holding autonomy referendums on Sunday. Both are campaigning on the economic benefits of loosening Rome's grip.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he will unveil the measures agreed with opposition parties, including a potential Catalan snap election, after tomorrow's cabinet meeting.

Queen Letizia and King Felipe visit award-winning village

Spain's Queen Letizia and King Felipe VI were welcomed into Porenu village in Villaviciosa, Spain, where the Spanish beauty was pictured admiring an adorable baby - sparking speculation that she wants a third child. Queen Letizia, 45, wore a long-sleeved pale blue shirt and coordinated with her husband Felipe, 49, who wore a striped pale blue shirt and turquoise tie. The royal couple are already proud parents to Leonor, Princess of Asturias 11, and Infanta Sofía of Spain, 10.

The terrorist organization known as ISIS is no longer controls the city of Raqqa, its defacto capital since 2014, following a military campaign won by US backed rebels

BBC Radio Kent asked followers on Twitter whether the widely discredited practice was acceptable after TV Doctor Ranj Singh (pictured) told the programme it was akin to psychological abuse.


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Holiday giants charge adult prices for 12-year-olds 

Cash-strapped parents are being forced to pay adult prices for children at many of Britain's most popular attractions, a Mail on Sunday investigation has revealed. Astonishingly, dozens of theme parks and historical sites - which will be packed this week with families enjoying the schools' half-term break - define anyone aged 12 and over as an adult and bump up the price. Flights and seven nights at a four-star hotel in Majorca for parents and two 11-year-olds costs £3,682. But the price of same holiday leaps to £4,832 once the children are 12 and four days at Disneyland rises from £616 to £688. Thorpe Park hikes its prices from £200.80 to £214 and a £102 trip to Warwick Castle jumps to £108.

Researchers from Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest used EEG monitors to analyse dogs' brain activity while they slept to understand how they consolidate memories.

Until he was seven, Oakley Orange was a happy go lucky chap, always playing on his bike or trying to make people laugh with his cuddly toy husky dog Isabella.

Three youngsters, thought to be aged around 11 or 12, were spotted shuffling along the Old Colwyn archways in North Wales at around 50ft above the road below.

A father in Taiwan was filmed tying a dinosaur balloon onto his daughter's back as prank. The 17-month-old girl desperately ran away from the balloon as she cried for help.

They blew the bloody neighbours up, too! Italian Job producer reveals how special effects team got carried away and packed the van with too many explosives - shattering windows on nearby houses

An explosion during the 1969 cult classic movie The Italian Job which prompted Michael Caine's iconic line also destroyed the windows of nearby houses in south London, the film's producer has said. Michael Deeley said that while on location in Sydenham Common, top right, the special effects crew used too much explosives when blowing up a repainted post office van.


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US national anthem singer kneels at basketball game as President Trump launches petition to pressure NFL players to have to stand

During the home opener for NBA's Brooklyn Nets on Friday, singer Justine Skye took to her knee after she finished singing the national anthem. As required by league rules, the players remained standing during the anthem but it has been reported that the Nets did lock arms during the performance. The act of taking the knee was started by Colin Kaepernick, last football season, in a way to protest police brutality. President Trump launched a petition campaign on Friday in hopes to pressure the NFL to make players stand for the national anthem.

The inspection was related to 'concerns that German car manufacturers may have violated EU antitrust rules that prohibit cartels and restrictive business practices.'

This shocking video shows the moment a pickpocket stole £2,000 cash from grandmother Kantaben Ashani who was shopping at her local fruit and veg store in Kingsbury, North London.

One in six shoppers have admitted stealing 5p plastic bags at self-service checkouts, research from the Mail has found. The theft is hurting charities, which are recipients of the government levy.

Traditional sleepwear is increasingly seen as acceptable daywear when relaxing, a poll for leading British department store Liberty found.

Dorset manor on sale for £1.6m with its very own labyrinth

Portman Lodge (pictured, with its maze) is an elegant, Regency-era house in Blandford Forum, Dorset. It is set on the edge of the village of Durweston and overlooks the water meadows of the River Stour. The Grade II-listed property was built in 1830 - and was bought in 2002 by Adrian Fisher, 66, and his wife Marie, 65 (left).



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