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Raging Everton football fan caught on TV slapping Lyon goalkeeper while holding toddler tells of sham

A FURIOUS Everton fan caught on live television slapping Lyon’s goalkeeper while holding his toddler has admitted: “I’m a...

The Sun
Leaving the EU with no deal would NOT be a nightmare but it should still be easy to come to an arrangement, Liam Fox insists

NOT getting a deal with the EU would not be a “nightmare” as many Remainers think, Liam Fox has insisted. The Trade Secretary dismissed sca...

The Sun
Backbench Tories hint at significant universal credit climbdown

MPs suggest six-week wait for first benefit payment could be reduced to a month despite May’s insistence system is workingThe government is edging closer to a major U-turn o...

The Guardian
Lavinia Woodward allowed to suspend her Oxford studies

Lavinia Woodward, 24, who stabbed her Tinder date with a breadknife has been allowed to suspend her studies at Oxford University for 18 months...

Daily Mail
Malnourished Syrian baby treated in rebel-held Kafr Batna

WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. The malnourished child was treated at a clinic in the rebel-controlled town of Hamouria, in the Ghouta region near the capital Damascus on Saturday...

Daily Mail
Japan election: Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition secures large majority, exit polls suggest

Japanese voters have returned Prime Minster Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition to power in national elections, exit polls suggest...

Independent
Professor shames entire class by publishing students' browsing history

List exposed common methods of procrastination such as surfing sites like Facebook and Amazon, to more obscure browsing habits, including 'looking at pictures...

Independent
Actress Rosemary Leach dies after 'short illness'

The actress, best known for roles in films A Room With A View and That'll Be The Day, was 81...

BBC
Brexit: Emily Thornberry predicts no deal with the EU

Emily Thornberry predicts the UK's "intransigence" will stop agreement being reached with Brussels...

BBC
Radio 1 awards: The 'teen heroes' caring for mum

Holly, 15, and 13-year-old Oliver, are among the young people being honoured at BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards...

BBC
EU will complicate trade talks if it aims to punish UK for Brexit, Liam Fox says

Liam Fox warned Brussels to put the prosperity of EU citizens ahead of any desire to make the UK pay a price for quitting the bloc...

ITV News
Liam Fox stands by claim that post-Brexit trade deal will be 'easiest in human history'

International Trade Secretary claimed trade talks would only be complicated if EU chose to "punish Britain" for leaving...

Independent
Final known letter written aboard Titanic fetches record £126,000 at auction

Note was discovered in a pocketbook when the victim's body was recovered...

Independent
Brit lawyer proposes to his girlfriend on plummeting plane as oxygen masks dropped and passengers screamed in terror…but did she say yes?

A ROMANTIC passenger took the plunge and asked his partner to marry him – as the plane they were in lost pressure mid flight while falling from its cruising...

The Sun
Ministers could borrow billions to jump-start broken housing market with thousands more new homes, Sajid Javid hints

MINISTERS could be preparing to borrow billions to invest in hundreds of thousands of new homes, Sajid Javid has hinted. The Communities Secretary said that the Government sho...

The Sun
Fox renewed Bill O'Reilly deal despite harassment suit

Twenty-First Century Fox knew O'Reilly had settled a harassment allegation when he was rehired...

BBC
Ministers could borrow billions to jumpstart broken housing market with thousands more new homes, Sajid Javid hints

MINISTERS could be preparing to borrow billions to invest in hundreds of thousands of new homes, Sajid Javid has hinted. The Communities Secretary said that the Government sho...

The Sun
Business groups warn over Brexit jobs threat

The Government must secure a Brexit transition "as close as possible [to] the status quo" ahead of "serious decisions" in t...

Sky News
Titanic victim's letter sells for a record £126,000 at auction

A letter written a day before the Titanic sank by one of the disaster's victims has sold for a record-breaking £126,000 at auction...

ITV News
Parents-of-seven let children play with pick axes

Gemma and Lewis Rawnsley from Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, allow their children to swear, set their own bedtimes and 'make their own decisions'...

Daily Mail
Mum’s heartbreak as cruel bullies brand 12-year-old son born with half a head ‘Halloween monster’

A MUM whose twin 12-year-old son was born with half a face has revealed how cruel bullies labelled him a “Halloween monster” and an &am...

The Sun
‘Shoot to kill’ specialist task force deployed to destroy ISIS terror cells in the UK

SPECIAL forces troops with “shoot to kill” capability have been deployed to fight jihadi terror cells across the UK. The army unit, made up...

The Sun
Malnourished Syrian baby is treated in a rebel-held town

WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES. The malnourished child was treated at a clinic in the rebel-controlled town of Kafr Batna, in the Ghouta region near the capital Damascus on Saturday...

Daily Mail
Daphne Caruana Galizia: Malta offers €1m for information on car bomb killing of Panama Papers journalist

Government says investigation is 'of extraordinary importance' but family of murdered Panama Papers reporter refuse to endorse reward and cal...

Independent
Parents-of-six let children play with pick axes

Gemma and Lewis Rawnsley from Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, allow their children to swear, set their own bedtimes and 'make their own decisions'...

Daily Mail
UK emigrants permitted to stay in Spain in event of no-deal Brexit

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Lavinia Woodward allowed to suspend her studies

Lavinia Woodward, 24, who stabbed her Tinder date with a breadknife has been allowed to suspend her studies at Oxford University for 18 months...

Daily Mail
Tragic chef’s mum accuses Gordon Ramsay of exploiting her son’s death in new cocaine documentary

GORDON Ramsay has been accused of exploiting his friend’s tragic death for his new cocaine documentary. Celebrity chef hopeful David Dempsey died on May 5 20...

The Sun
Russia compares US bombing of Raqqa to WWII bombing of Dresden

Russia has accused the US-led coalition in Syria of wiping the city of Raqqa "off the face of the earth" with carpet bombing in the same way...

Independent
Father-of-three hit by sepsis has both legs and hands amputated just ONE DAY after thinking he had caught a cold

DAD of three has had to have his legs and hands amputated just a day after thinking he had caught a cold. But Chris Garlick was shocked to find out he had sepsis, when the bod...

The Sun
Jeremy Corbyn being prepped to be Prime Minister by Civil Service – and his manifesto IS deliverable, former top boss says

JEREMY CORBYN is being prepped to become Prime Minister, the former head of the Civil Service has revealed. Lord Kerslake, who was in the top job from 2012 to 2015 has been ta...

The Sun
Lavinia Woodward: Oxford student spared jail after stabbing boyfriend 'may be able to return to her studies'

The 24-year-old will be allowed to suspend course for 18 months, delaying any disciplinary hearing against her...

Independent
California artist says Roman Polanski 'sexually molested' her when she was 10

'I wish that I had been brave enough to speak out, tell a friend, their parent or even a teacher,' says Marianne Barnard...

Independent
Mum’s outrage after day care SHAVED off her biracial seven-year-old daughter’s long curls and claimed her hair would grow back ‘straight’

A MOTHER has hit out at her mixed race daughter’s carers after they shaved off the child’s long, curly hair and told her it would grow back...

The Sun
All former living presidents appear together at hurricane relief concert

The One America appeal has raised $31 million for victims of hurricanes...

Independent
Communities secretary calls for Government to 'borrow more' to invest in building new homes

The Government should borrow more to invest in new homes to help solve the housing crisis, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid says...

ITV News
Child gambling: remove 'unacceptable' online ads, regulators demand

Letter insists 450 operators amend or remove ads featuring cartoon characters and other material appealing to childrenRegulators have launched a crackdown on child gambling by...

The Guardian
Former EastEnders and Crossroads actresses claim film mogul Michael Winner demanded to see their naked breasts

BRIT film mogul Michael Winner has been accused of demanding young EastEnders and Crossroads actresses show him their breasts in the 1980s. Three women have come forward in th...

The Sun
A Yale psychologist's simple thought experiment temporarily turned conservatives into liberals

Social scientists have long known how to turn liberals into conservatives in the lab -- all they have to do is scare them...

Independent
LGBT charity criticised over staff guidelines allowing sex with clients

Yorkshire MESMAC says its policy on staff pursuing sexual relationships with service users was misconstrued but that it will be redraftedA leading Yorkshire LGBT charity worki...

The Guardian
Priscilla Presley becomes latest star to quit Scientology cult after joining 40 years ago when Elvis died

ELVIS’ widow Priscilla Presley has become the latest celeb to leave the controversial Church of Scientology. The 72-year-old is believed to have joined after the death of he...

The Sun
Brexit: British expats will be able to stay in Spain 'even if there is no deal', foreign minister Alfonso Dastis says

'Over 17 million Brits come to Spain every year and many of them live here or retire here and we want to keep it that way as much as possible&apos...

Independent
Brits warned as BLACK DEATH plague outbreak intensifies on Madagascar and kills 100 on holiday island

THE UK Government is warning British tourists to say clear of plague hit areas in Madagascar as the death toll spirals to at least 100. Health officials say the disease has no...

The Sun
Putin rival leaves jail as Kremlin race heats up

Russian opposition leader and anti-Putin campaigner Alexei Navalny declared "I'm out" after he was released from a detention centre in M...

Sky News
Justin Thomas wins CJ Cup after play-off against Marc Leishman

American Justin Thomas beats Australian Marc Leishman at the second play-off hole to win the CJ Cup in South Korea...

BBC
Horrific moment thug kicks unconscious woman in the HEAD as she lays on pavement outside supermarket

THIS horrifying footage shows a thug booting an unconscious woman in the HEAD as she lies on the pavement near a supermarket. Shocking mobile phone video captured by a bus pas...

The Sun
Titanic letter recovered from First Class passenger's body sells for world record price

Titanic letter recovered from First Class passenger's body sells for world record price...

Telegraph
Dan Ashworth: FA technical director's position untenable - Dame Heather Rabbatts

Dan Ashworth's position as the FA's technical director is "untenable", says ex-board member Dame Heather Rabbatts...

BBC
Donald Trump says he would not be President without Twitter

'When somebody says something about me, I am able to go bing, bing, bing and I take care of it. The other way, I would never get the word out&apos...

Independent
Prison officers to get body-worn cameras in £3m jail safety boost

Officers welcome MoJ’s new measures for England and Wales, including trial of incapacitant spray, but say nothing could replace correct staffing levelsPrison officers are to...

The Guardian
Brexit: Labour's Emily Thornberry says Britain 'heading for no deal'

Emily Thornberry has said she thinks Britain is "heading for no deal" on Brexit...

Independent
Circuses banned from using elephants in New York

New York has banned the use of elephants in entertainment acts such as circuses and parades...

Independent
Bradford woman arrested for murder after 18-month-old baby dies from sixth-floor fall

'It is no exaggeration to say those who witnessed this incident will have been deeply traumatised by what they saw'...

Independent
Horrific moment man calmly shoves unsuspecting woman, 59, from behind onto railway tracks

SHOCKING surveillance footage shows the moment a man shoves a middle-aged woman from onto railway tracks before calmly walking away. The CCTV clip shows the man, wearing a blu...

The Sun
Former Miss UK beauty queen slammed by judge for fake £4,000 holiday bug compo claim against Thomas Cook

A FORMER Miss UK beauty queen was belittled in court after she faked an illness while on holiday to claim £4,000 in compensation from Thomas Cook. Rochelle Noon, 28, and her...

The Sun
Woman, 23, arrested on suspicion of murder after baby falls from sixth-floor window in 'traumatic incident'

Woman, 23, arrested on suspicion of murder after baby falls from sixth-floor window in 'traumatic incident'...

Telegraph
Rail passengers face ‘worst ever’ Christmas delays as up to 20 MILLION journeys could be hit over 11 days

JOURNEY times and train fares are expected to double over the festive period if passengers wait until December to book tickets and travel during 11 days of maintenance work. F...

The Sun
Cliff diving in Chile: Divers compete in Lago Ranco

Competitors performed acrobatics from heights of up to 27m (89ft) in Chile...

BBC
Theresa May faces embarrassment on Brexit Bill after Labour vow to back Tory rebels and demand MPs have a binding vote on final deal

LABOUR has threatened to team up with Tory rebels to defeat the Government – unless they promise MPs a binding final vote on the Brexit deal. Unless Theresa...

The Sun
Theresa May faces embarrassment on Brexit Bill after Labour vows to back Tory rebels and demand MPs have a binding vote on final deal

LABOUR has threatened to team up with Tory rebels to defeat the Government – unless they promise MPs a binding final vote on the Brexit deal. Unless Theresa...

The Sun
Baby dies in fall from six-floor window as woman, 23 arrested on suspicion of murder

AN 18-MONTH-OLD has tragically died after falling from the sixth-floor window of a block of flats in Bradford yesterday. A woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after...

The Sun
Baby dies in fall from sixth-floor window from Bradford tower block as cops arrest woman on suspicion of murder

AN 18-MONTH-OLD baby died after falling from the sixth-floor window of a flat tower block in Bradford yesterday. Cops have arrested a woman  on suspicion of murder after the...

The Sun
Italy referendums: Lombardy and Veneto vote on greater autonomy

Central government says the polls are unnecessary but they are permitted under the constitution...

BBC
Newcastle United up for sale – but is Mike Ashley asking too high a price?

After 11 years the controversial owner wants out yet he is also seeking a profit of more than £100m for a Premier League club relegated twice during his tenureA guide to how...

The Guardian
Prison officers to get body-worn cameras in bid to improve jail safety

Prison officers are to receive body-worn cameras as part of a £3 million investment to improve safety in jails, the Government announces...

ITV News
Prison officers to get body-worn cameras to try and improve jail safety

Prison officers are to receive body-worn cameras as part of a £3 million investment to improve safety in jails, the Government announces...

ITV News
World Health Organisation 'rethinking' appointing Robert Mugabe as 'goodwill ambassador'

Director-general thinking again amid outrage over the move...

Independent
Populist billionaire's Eurosceptic party wins big in Czech Republic

Populist billionaire Andrej Babis and his ANO movement decisively won the Czech Republic's election in a vote on Saturday...

ITV News
How do you get rid of Trump? An election, not the 25th Amendment.

Jonathan Turley is the Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University...

Independent
Jamie Oliver: School cake and bake sales send the wrong message

Jamie Oliver: School cake and bake sales send the wrong message...

Telegraph
Brexit: Labour to back Tory rebels on final deal, says Keir Starmer

Shadow Brexit Secretary calls for a string of changes to be made to the Brexit bill...

Independent
Archbishop calls for cut to universal credit delays

The Archbishop of York criticises "grotesquely ignorant" six-week delay for payments...

BBC
Dry and bright in the south with rain in the north

The best of the weather will be in central and south-eastern parts of the UK, with persistent rain in the north...

ITV News
Club 18-30 (stone) launched to help the overweight cope

Club 18-30 (stone) launched to help the overweight cope...

Telegraph
Archbishop of York urges cut to 'grotesquely ignorant' Universal Credit waiting time

The Archbishop of York has called on ministers to cut the "grotesquely ignorant" six week waiting time for Universal Credit payments...

ITV News
Women's Ashes: Australia beat England in opening ODI as Alex Blackwell stars

Australia begin their Women's Ashes defence with a two-wicket victory over England in the first one-day international...

BBC
Five former US presidents appear together at hurricane relief concert

The five living former US presidents appeared together for the first time since 2013 to raise money for hurricane victims...

ITV News
Typhoon causes chaos in Japan on election day

Millions have battled severe wind and rain to vote in Japan's election, as a powerful typhoon causes chaos across the country...

Sky News
Women's Ashes: Alex Blackwell stars as Australia beat England in opening ODI

Australia begin their Women's Ashes defence with a two-wicket victory over England in the first one-day international...

BBC
Man's letter from doomed Titanic sells for £126,000

One of the last known letters written on board the Titanic has sold at auction for a record-breaking £126,000...

Sky News
Remove ads that appeal to children, gambling sites told

Regulators said the firms must advertise responsibly, and warned of the possibility of sanctions...

BBC
Pictures of the Day: 22 October 2017

Pictures of the Day: 22 October 2017...

Telegraph
Is Richard Branson’s high-speed train in a pneumatic tube pie in the sky?

First airlines, then spaceships. Now the Virgin boss wants to build Hyperloop One – a high-speed, pneumatic maglev railway. But engineering experts doubt that it will ever l...

The Guardian
Brexit makes a nonsense of Nigel Lawson’s struggle against inflation

As chancellor, his enemy was rising prices – which is precisely what has followed the vote to leave the EUA few years ago I shared a platform with my old friend Lord Lawson...

The Guardian
Japan heads to the polls expecting to return Shinzo Abe

Some 465 seats are up for grabs in the lower house, which Abe dissolved last month to call a snap election amid rising approval ratings...

ITV News
Japan heads to the polls expecting to return Shinzo Abe's with a majority

Some 465 seats are up for grabs in the lower house, which Abe dissolved last month to call a snap election amid rising approval ratings...

ITV News
Exit polls show win for Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition

Some 465 seats are up for grabs in the lower house, which Abe dissolved last month to call a snap election amid rising approval ratings...

ITV News
Tornado hits casino where Beach Boys playing

Tornado hits casino where Beach Boys playing...

Telegraph
Wham, bam, no more Spam: Thieves' new target

Shoplifters in Hawaii are stealing cans of Spam then selling them on the streets for quick cash to buy drugs, according to authorities...

Sky News
As ISIS is wiped out in Raqqa, British foreign aid can help rebuild victims’ lives

The evil Daesh regime in Raqqa was wiped out this week, giving a vital lifeline to hundreds of thousands of Syrian men, women and children British forces played a crucial role...

The Sun
Britain to give £10 million to clear landmines and restock hospitals in Raqqa

BRITAIN is to spend £10million in the race to clear landmines and restock hospitals in the ravaged former ISIS stronghold of Raqqa in Syria. Years of violence forced hundreds...

The Sun
Former US presidents gather for hurricanes fundraiser

The five living former US presidents have raised more than $31m (£23.5m) for victims...

BBC
Donald Trump plans to help pay aides’ legal costs for Russia probes

Donald Trump plans to help pay aides’ legal costs for Russia probes...

Telegraph
Government targets gazumping as part of plans to improve buying and selling houses

Ministers are also looking at schemes such as “lock-in agreements” to reduce the 250,000 sales that fall through annually...

ITV News
Government targets gazumping to make house-buying 'less stressful'

Ministers are also looking at schemes such as “lock-in agreements” to reduce the 250,000 sales that fall through annually...

ITV News
Southern train drivers’ bumper salary of up to £75,000 is an insult to the public

WE are always told by union chiefs that rail strikes are about safety — not money. Funny, then, that  pay for train drivers at Southern is now set to hit a staggering £63,...

The Sun
Diplomacy is needed in Brexit negotiations, not Corbyn’s silly games

FOR the Brexit doom-mongers, the result from the latest Brussels talks will be a disappointment — with progress on key issues and a shift in tone and attitude from our EU pa...

The Sun
Labour to work with Tory rebels for Brexit veto

Labour will team up with Tory rebels in an attempt to secure a veto for MPs on the final Brexit deal negotiated by Theresa May, Sir Keir Starmer has said...

Sky News
Bradford baby death: woman held for murder after fall from sixth floor

Boy of 18 months died at scene and suspect aged 23 was taken into custody following incident that left witnesses and family ‘traumatised’A woman has been arrested on suspi...

The Guardian
Trump defends tweets as key to White House victory

Trump defends tweets as key to White House victory...

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