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Mother's cries after boy 3 acid attack at Home Bargains Worcester Shrub Hill Retail park

广东时时彩单双 West Mercia Police believe the child was deliberately targeted in Home Bargains (inset) in Worcester yesterday afternoon. They have released images of three men they would like to speak to (CCTV pictured centre)). The boy was taken to hospital, where he was treated for burns. He had been shopping with his mother when a substance was thrown or sprayed at him, police said. A 39-year-old man from Wolverhampton has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm and remains in police custody. Chief Superintendent Mark Travis said: 'A young family were out shopping and a substance appears to either have been thrown or sprayed towards a three-year-old child who was in a pushchair.' He added: 'The child has now been released from hospital, he is back home with his family. He has burns to his face and to one of his arms - at the moment we are uncertain about the long term implications of those burns but we do hope that these won't be life-changing injuries.' Pictured far left, right: Police scour the shop and nearby area today.

Britain ABANDONS opposition to death penalty so ISIS execution squad can be sent to

Alexanda Kotey and Shafee El-Sheikh (pictured) will be tried in US courts for their part in ISIS activities. It was reported last night Britain has scrapped its opposition to the death penalty and torture camp Guantanamo Bay. Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, wrote in a letter to the American Attorney General Jeff Sessions that Britain will not need 'assurances' that the pair will avoid the death penalty. The pair were part of the notorious Isis terror cell who were said to be behind the murders of US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning and aid worker and Iraq war veteran Peter Kassig. They were led by the infamous Jihadi John - also English - whose real name was Mohammed Emwazi and was killed by a drone strike in Syria three years ago

The teenager, who cannot be named, was accused of using the straw to launch the chip in a young woman's face at a McDonald's in Hammersmith, west London.

It was the hypothetical, tongue-twisty result that was every commentator's worst nightmare. But Eric Morecambe's classic football joke has actually happened in the Scottish Cup.

Marketing themselves with online adverts, hackers around the globe offer stolen ID details for as little as £4, with discounts for bulk buyers. UK-based victims are among those listed.

Mesut Ozil retires from international football after Germany row

Mesut Ozil has retired from international football and hit out at racism in the German FA after being made a 'scapegoat' following their group stage World Cup exit.? In a statement (pictured inset) the Arsenal playmaker claims he has been turned into 'political propaganda' and no longer feels pride in wearing the national shirt. He took aim at German FA president Reinhard?Grindel (bottom right) in particular for 'mistreating him' based on his Turkish roots. Ozil (left) came in for heavy criticism after Germany's humiliating first-round departure in Russia, their worst World Cup performance in 80 years, which came after he was pictured alongside controversial Turkish president?Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right).

Mothers and fathers should both be able to work part-time and share parenting duties without it impacting on their careers, Jenni Murray has urged.

A revolutionary algorithm that tells you how much caffeine you need to consume to stave off tiredness has been developed by the US military.

Horrifying moment gunman dressed all in black opens fire into a restaurant in Toronto during rampage that left one dead and 13 injured, including a young girl, 9, before he is killed in a shootout with cops?

Witnesses say that a man dressed in black opened fire in Greektown on Danforth, a popular area of the city full of restaurants and stores, at around 10pm on Sunday evening. Between 15 and 20 gunshots were heard. Police have confirmed that the shooter is now dead. A cellphone video, which appears to have been shot by someone in an apartment above the street,?appeared to capture the shooter, in a black hoodie, walking down the street. Suddenly he turned as he passed by what appeared to be a store or restaurant front, whipped out his gun and opened fire. Three gunshots were heard before the person filming quickly pulled back in and stopped the video.

Britain's tax burden has reached its highest level for almost half a century, a report has found. The taxman is set to take £724.9billion this year - 34.3 per cent of GDP.

Rustling sweet wrappers in cinemas.?Those 'sorry you were out' cards. After a survey found something makes us fly off the handle once a fortnight, what are the irritants that make you want to scream?

Weather in Britain set to hot up once again with bookies slashing odds on record-breaking

Britain will bask in yet another spell of scorching weather next week with bookies slashing the odds of the UK enjoying the hottest day on record. Temperatures across Europe and North Africa are set to soar (left) but swimmers are being warned to wear wetsuits to avoid being stung by swarms of giant jellyfish that have been spotted off the coast of Folkestone, in Kent. A blast of hot air from Spain dubbed the 'Mediterranean melt' will force temperatures above the 86F (30C) mark all the way up until Friday, with temperatures set to peak on Thursday, making the UK hotter than Jamaica. Met Office forecasters are confident that Brits will be treated to 95F (35C) heat, with bookmakers cutting the odds to 2/1 that the country will experience the hottest day ever, beating the 101F (38.5C) record from 2003. The Met Office said today's 30C would be followed by 32C on Monday and Tuesday, 34C on Wednesday and 35C possible on Thursday and Friday.

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A woman sunbathes on the burnt dry grass on Wimbledon Common in London, caused by a prolonged summer heatwave and dry period across much of southern England.
Seasonal Weather, London, UK - 22 Jul 2018

However parched and forlorn your grass looks, say scientists, it has instead gone into a deep emergency slumber. This, they add, is the plant's survival mechanism during weather extremes.

Rob King, 64, was waiting in his cab outside a kebab shop in Sheerness, Kent, when a man approached his taxis and hurled punches through the open window in an unprovoked attack.

No-deal Brexit could bring CIVIL UNREST warns Amazon’s UK chief

Doug Gurr (pictured right), UK manager for the US online giant, issued the warning?at a meeting on Friday organised by Brexit secretary Dominic Raab (left). Gurr implied there could be riots and protests if Theresa May (inset) walks away from Brussels with no deal. He made the remarks in front of guests, which included representatives of Britain's biggest businesses. Attendees were said to have raised an eyebrow at his assessment,?with some expressing scepticism about Amazon's forecast. An Amazon spokesman refused to deny or confirm the comments and said: 'Like any business, we consider a wide range of scenarios in planning discussions so that we're prepared to continue serving customers and small businesses who count on Amazon, even if those scenarios are very unlikely.'

The former UK Brexit Secretary accused civil servants and ministers of jeopardising the country's future prosperity by failing to recognise the opportunities presented by Brexit.

Doctor who lectures medical students on how to spot signs of sepsis almost dies from it

A doctor who lectures medical students on how to spot signs of sepsis has revealed he almost died from the deadly infection. Dr Michael Porter (pictured right with his wife Nicola) was saved only because his brother, also a doctor, noticed how unwell he was (pictured together left). Dr Porter, 45, was taken to hospital but despite being pumped full of antibiotics he slipped into a coma. It took nine months before he was well enough to return to his job as a lecturer in molecular genetics at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.

Emily Monckton created the guide to button-down dresses, selecting cuts and gorgeous accessories to flatter every body shape - whether you are busty, have a boyish or a pear shape.

An anonymous reader, asked British TV's Steph and Dom Parker for advice after revealing that a friend's husband made a pass at her while they were all on a group holiday together.

Wearing bright colours to a funeral 'is unfair to children'

Sky News presenter Colin Brazier (left, with his family; inset presenting Sky News) has asked mourners to wear black to the funeral of his wife, who died weeks ago after a long battle with breast cancer. The father of six, 50, said wearing colours stops people being able to grieve properly - and even suggested it could be a 'mental health time bomb' for grieving children. 'I have emailed friends and former colleagues with details of my wife's funeral, politely asking them to leave their Hawaiian shirts and pink helium balloons at home.' His wife Jo (left, right with their children) died at 55 after a five-year battle with breast cancer.

The Swedish firm hopes smaller shops will offer customers an opportunity to talk to staff before committing to a purchase. It also hopes to start a 24-hour delivery service.

'Thin' versions of snacks, a popular trend in UK supermarkets, actually tend to be much more expensive and worse for your waistline than the normal version, on a per-gram basis.

Strictly Come Dancing Shirley Ballas finds ancestors were slaves BBC Who Do you Think You

Strictly head judge Shirley Ballas (pictured left) was always intrigued by rumours her paternal grandfather (George Rich pictured bottom right) had mixed race heritage and decided to sign up for the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are? But things got emotional when the 57-year-old discovered her four-times great grandmother was sold as a child slave in South Africa after being snatched from Madagascar. She told The Sun:?'It was heart-breaking, it was an emotional journey. There were a lot of tears. I'm quite a softie really. I go back and I try to imagine other people's lives. It was nothing like how I set out on the journey.' She also discovered her maternal grandmother Clara Sutton (pictured top right) emigrated to the USA, like she did.

Last week Andrew Griffiths, the MP for Burton and Uttoxeter issued an intensely irritating apology after he sent 2,000 obscene texts to a barmaid.

King David School in Manchester introduced the voluntary donation after its budget was cut by £1million over six years. It is also struggling because costs have increased by £500,000 in that time.

German-born £6million Royal Mail boss will run Britain's postal service from Zurich

German-born business leader Rico Back, 63, (pictured bottom left) is living in a luxury Swiss penthouse worth £2.3million (pictured). With glorious views of Lake Zurich (pictured bottom right), the apartment is situated in an exclusive town near Zurich that is considered a ‘hotspot for the business elite’. Other residents are said to include the boss of Fiat and the president of global logistics company Kühne + Nagel. Last Thursday, Royal Mail suffered one of the biggest pay revolts in UK corporate history when shareholders rejected his multi-million remuneration package.

Fraudster, 70, who was caught on a zip wire, up a tree and gardening despite being in 'constant pain' claimed £29,000 with a little help from his wife... a benefits investigator!

Alexandra Stevens, 49, of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, is facing an uncertain future after being convicted of helping her husband to fraudulently claim £29,000 in handouts. She was found guilty of providing the Department for Work and Pensions, for whom she worked as a fraud investigator, with dishonest information on a claim form she filled in for her husband Paul (left, together), 70. He, too, was convicted of benefits fraud. Chelmsford Crown Court heard that forms submitted to back the benefits claims alleged that Mr Stevens needed care seven days a week to help with bathing, dressing, cooking, getting in and out of cars, and getting in and out of bed. But photographs and video footage shown to the jury were said to paint a different picture. One showed Mr Stevens on a zip wire in a children's play park (top right). Another showed him up a tree pruning it with a saw (bottom right).

BA engineer dies as medic takes hour to arrive by bike at Heathrow

John Coles (left), 44, had initially been injured and later went into cardiac arrest after a safety truck collided with his van (right) at a Terminal 5 crossing earlier this year. But details have only now emerged about the response to the crash at Britain's busiest airport. Despite the injured engineer complaining of chest pains after the accident, it took about 50 minutes for a paramedic to arrive on a bicycle after the first call for help. And the first ambulance took an hour and eight minutes to arrive, by which time Mr Coles had gone into fatal cardiac arrest. Mr Coles, who lived with his parents in Poole, Dorset, had worked at Heathrow for 28 years. His parents Richard and Venita (centre), both 76, are convinced the response of emergency services and the failure of Heathrow to crack down on speeding airside vehicles played a role in his death.

Now the Honey Monster has been defended by his puppeteer - who says banning characters is promoting a 'nanny state'. Campaigners have been trying to push for food mascots to be banned.

The makers of Nutella are under fire for running a World Cup promotion encouraging children to eat almost 35lb of the chocolate spread to win a football in Germany.

Ant McPartlin and girlfriend?Anne-Marie Corbett on date with Dec

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly have barely been seen together since Ant's stint in rehab and his drink-drive arrest earlier this year.? And the celebrated Geordie presenters, both 42, reunited for a double date with their significant others - with Ant bringing new girlfriend?Anne-Marie Corbett and Dec's heavily pregnant wife Ali Astall?at Wimbledon's swanky Ivy restaurant on Saturday.? Ant looked in good spirits as he puffed on an E-cigarette while waiting outside the packed-out venue, and cut a dapper figure in a crisp white shirt and khaki chinos.?

Scientists at the University of Glasgow and Harvard University in the US suggest exposure to two common infections - threadworms followed by the Epstein-Barr virus - may be the trigger.

The PCSO was sent sprawling to the ground as police struggled to contain EDL supporters and their rivals during a protest against plans to build a £3million mosque in Worcester, on Saturday.

Nicole Scherzinger packs on PDA with Grigor Dimitrov in St Tropez

They have been in a long-distance relationship for the past three years.? And Nicole Scherzinger and her beau Grigor Dimitrov looked in the throes of love as they headed on a boat trip on their romantic holiday in Saint Tropez on Sunday.? Flaunting her incredible figure in a striking white swimsuit, the singer, 40, packed on the PDA with the tennis player, 27, as they cruised through the waters.?

Prince Philip was trending on Twitter late in the evening on Friday and Buckingham Palace switchboard was reportedly flooded with calls about the rumours.

Some 62 per cent of 15 to 16-year-olds feel social media has ramped up expectations over their personal appearance, youth charity YMCA found. Social media stars have been blamed.

Dog cancels family holiday after eating the children's passports

After sorting the check-in for the family holiday four days early, Ella Arundell felt pretty pleased with herself. Unfortunately, the mum of three's efficiency didn't stretch to putting her children's passports away somewhere safe - or at least out of reach of the family puppy... who then ate them. Now cocker spaniel Bailey is truly in the doghouse after Ella, 32, and her partner Russell Mack, 35, were forced to cancel their trip to Majorca. The couple, from Winchester, had been all set to jet off on the £2,500 week-long break with their three young children - Erin, nine, Tilly, six, and Harry, two - on Tuesday. But Bailey's antics left them with no choice but to put it off. The family were unable to use the normal 24-hour fast-track service because they were child passports and the airport warned them that it wouldn't accept ones that Ella had desperately tried to tape together.

With the trend among male Hollywood stars, sportsmen and celebrities to be hairless, Henry Deedes visits The Refinery waxing salon in Mayfairm London, to get his own chest hair removed.

Personal trainer lost weight by doing what she told her clients not to

When personal trainer Nalisha Patel, who lives in New Zealand, spent five years on and off travelling the world with her husband, she returned with some extra baggage; 15kg, to be precise.

The UK falls slightly outside of the ideal viewing range, meaning people will see the total eclipse for only?84 minutes of the total time.

The fight broke out at Seher Boutique wedding shop in Birmingham at around 5.30pm on Saturday. Two men and two women were injured and later arrested.

Visitors to this year's Edinburgh Fringe will be able to tip street performers by contactless card for the first time, amid concerners contributions to artists are falling.



PICTURED: Hillary Clinton having dinner with Harvey Weinstein after election loss

Photos of Hillary Clinton?having dinner with longtime pal Harvey Weinstein weeks after her election loss have emerged. The Clintons were reported to have dined with the disgraced film producer, his wife Georgina Chapman and lawyer David Boies at Rao's in Harlem, five weeks after Trump was elected president. Details of their dinner were revealed in a New York Time's article on Weinstein last year, two months after he was accused of sexually assaulting multiple women in a damning exposé.?

Less than a third of country residents believe the police in their area are doing a good job, a survey has revealed. Pictured: North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan.

An Ethiopian 'prophet' who tried to raise a man from the dead by lying on top of him and shouting 'Wake up!' has been arrested. Getayawkal Ayele tried to revive the corpse of?Belay Biftu.

Sir David Attenborough, 92 (pictured) believes health and safety rules in the UK are stopping children from interacting with the natural world, saying it's 'illegal to pick up a bird's feather'.

The sprawling Buckles Lane site in South Ockenden, Essex, is now home to more than 1,000 people and has more than doubled in size from the originally-permitted 50 caravan pitches.

Michael Schumacher's wife buys Majorca mansion

Corinna (inset left), 49, signed off on the villa (pictured main) - which comes with a 161,000 sq ft estate - in May. The stunning pad, near Andratx on the Mediterranean island, features two swimming pools, a large garden, a helipad, a guest villa and unrivalled sea views. According to German newspaper Bild, Corinna - who married Formula One legend Michael (inset right before his accident) in 1995 - intends to use the property, known as Villa Yasmin, as a holiday home. Michael and his wife previously owned a villa on the island and are thought to have holidayed there regularly before his devastating skiing accident in December 2013. Little is known about Michael's life since he was hurt in France and the seven-time F1 World Championship-winner has remained out of the public eye. Billionaire Spaniard Perez, the president of football giants Real Madrid, bought the villa in 2005. Following the death of his wife Maria in 2012, however, Perez stopped visiting the estate.

Lewis Bailey was distraught when teachers at his Dudley school denied him the chance to compete after he had practised his lip-sync dance routine for weeks with the help of his family.

As Britons enjoyed the remainder of their sunny weekends at the seaside, residents in Kent kicked-off a very messy tug-of-war competition on the beach with superheroes battling their flower-power rivals.

A group of tourists were spotted standing dangerously close to the 120 foot drop on the cliffs at West Bay, Dorset. It comes as the UK remains gripped by the longest heatwave since 1976.

Almost half of English councils are using a private business to sift through satellite images and secretly examine shopkeepers and restaurant owners, a Daily Mail investigation reveals.

The commander of the UN-backed government's counter-terrorism force said a request had been submitted for UK soldiers to teach a specialist unit new skills to combat jihadists.

Outtakes from Apollo 11 Moon landing reveal the shots NASA didn't want you to see?

Outtakes from the historic Apollo 11 moon landing have emerged 49 years after it occurred. Provided by NASA to the Project Apollo Archive, a project of self-proclaimed space enthusiast Kipp Teague, the images are sometimes not focused, sometimes seem to have been take accidentally. Teague has made scans of the images and published them to Flickr. The new images provide readers with a behind-the-scenes, detailed view of the eight-day journey. They include pictures of Neil Armstrong (top left) and Buzz Aldrin (bottom right) inside the Lunar Module as well as the astronauts descending from the Module (top right) and stepping onto the lunar surface (bottom left).

The leader has faced a massive backlash after new conduct rules drawn up amid a wave of vile abuse in the party stopped short of accepting the international definition of anti-Semitism.

Being mindful of certain habits could spare people from diseases or even the common flu, such as keeping your work area clean or even sneezing correctly.

Hundreds of White Helmet rescue workers have been evacuated from Syria, with many to be given sanctuary in Britain. The 3,000 volunteers have worked in rebel-held areas since 2013.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani cautioned President Donald Trump about pursuing hostile policies against Tehran on Sunday, saying, 'War with Iran is the mother of all wars.'

Five people were injured after the blue Honda crashed into people outside Remedies Bar (pictured) in Tiverton, Devon at 3am on Sunday. The car was later found burnt out nearby.

Police are appealing for help in finding missing teenager Anastasia Iancova, 17, who has not been seen since leaving her home in Balgriffin, north Dublin, at around 5pm on Thursday, 19 July.

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is hospitalized after being kidnapped, pistol-whipped and robbed at

Rapper Teskashi 6ix9ine has been hospitalized (left) after he was kidnapped, pistol-whipped and robbed. According to TMZ, the 22-year-old was filming a music video in Brooklyn, New York, and left the set around 4am on Sunday. When he arrived home, his driveway was blocked and that's when three hooded gunman allegedly knocked him unconscious by hitting him with a pistol. Tekashi was then tossed into the backseat and, when he came to, he was ordered to hand over his jewelry and money, and was told that otherwise he would be killed, Two of the gunmen went inside the house and reportedly stole around $750,000 in jewelry and between $15,000 and $20,000 in cash. Tekashi was reportedly able to escape from the car and flagged down a passing driver, who dialed 911.

The 'death' of Arkady Babchenko in Ukraine caused a sensation when it was revealed the assassination had been faked. Oleksiy Tsymbaliuk, former monk says he was paid to murder.

Breannah Rowley, 21, and Daniel Lennon, 20, have been jailed after threatening to torture their captive's girlfriend at a flat in Longbridge, Birmingham, unless he gave them money.

The two brothers arrested over the alleged gang-rape of a British holidaymaker in Ibiza are professional boxers who were trained until recently by former world champion Ricky Hatton.

Mother-of-five Eileen Burbidge, 47, a technology entrepreneur and Treasury advisor, who lives in London, had her first child at 35, and had three sons and a daughter with her second husband.

Jodie Woodward, 35, from Kent, who is blinded in one eye and has deep scars distorting the left side of her face, reveals why she refused cosmetic surgery to repair the wounds.

A new photograph to mark the five-year-old's latest birthday, taken by royal favourite Matt Porteous, shows a cheeky-looking Prince George standing against a blackened wall for the official portrait.

Gareth Bale calls OFF wedding to his childhood sweetheart

Football superstar Gareth Bale has called off his wedding to his childhood sweetheart blaming 'family turmoil'. The Real Madrid hero and fiancée Emma Rhys-Jones (left) reportedly planned a star-studded ceremony in a historic castle in Tuscany, Italy, and wanted Beyonce as their wedding singer. But the pair have put off their big day until next summer after a 'roller coaster' year of joy and heartbreak. Pictured: Martin Rhys-Jones, the father of Emma (pictured together top right), served six years for a £2million international fraud ripping off investors worldwide, and Bale's brother-in-law (centre right) killed himself while being investigated by social services over his children,?an inquest was told earlier this year, while other family members were involved in a missing suitcase containing £750,000 of drug money which resulted in the arson of Emma's relatives cars and homes (bottom right).

The water company United Utilities, accused of wasting the equivalent of 175 Olympic-sized swimming pools every day, is now under fire for telling customers to limit their showers to four minutes.

Activists say removing the tax on pads tackles one of the biggest barriers to education for girls, who are often forced to stay at home due to a lack of access to clean hygiene products in India.

First class passengers thought staff on the newly nationalised London North Eastern Railway were taking the biscuit- after claiming they couldn't pour tea into mugs.

'Sketch of the Analytical Engine by by L.F. Menabrea, was snapped up by an anonymous buyer after being sold by Moore Allen & Innocent in Cirencester,Glocestershire.

Model, 53, says Madonna 'stalked' her for TWO YEARS with love notes, telling her she was 'the most beautiful woman in the world' - after they kissed passionately in the star's music video

A former supermodel has revealed how Madonna became obsessed with her after they shared a passionate kiss in the star's 1990 video for Justify My Love. Amanda Cazalet, 53, says she wasn't offended by the stream of romantically-charged love notes but that it would be classed as 'stalking' now. (Pictured: Madonna, with Amanda Cazalet in Justify My Love. Inset: one of the red-inked love letters the star sent to her. Right: Cazalet in a more recent photo)

The US military said an F-16 jet intercepted a plane around 12.30 pm on Saturday around President Trump's golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he is spending the weekend.

A 12-year-old girl has been left fighting for her life after getting into difficulty while swimming with friends in a river in Oxfordshire.

Outraged rail worker photographs young boy lying with his head over platform edge

A child has been photographed lying with his head over the edge of a railway station platform in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, while a man, thought to be the boy's guardian, looks on. With passenger trains and unscheduled freight trains regularly speeding through the station, the danger of being decapitated should be obvious. Tim Brown, who took the photo, said when he challenged the boy's guardian he was dismissed as a 'do gooder'.

Ravi Mendis, 43, was charged?with engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts, police said. He will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Monday.

Devon White, 14, was carrying the weapon while travelling in a boat with his family in Sperlonga, near Rome, when the bolt went off at more than 60mph and went crashing through his left eye.

A man has been stabbed in Mill Hill, London. An air ambulance and police were called to a scene in Sanders Lane, Mill Hill shortly after 4.30pm. The victim is being transported to hospital via air.

'Bubble baby' born without an IMMUNE SYSTEM is in desperate need of a bone marrow

A 'bubble baby' who could have been killed by her mother's kiss is in urgent need of a bone marrow transplant as she was born with no immune system. Arriella Andrews, four months, from Nottinghamshire, was born with an incredibly rare condition called severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) which means her immune system is totally non-existent. SCID is the same genetic disorder suffered by Jake Gyllenhaal's character in the 2001 film Bubble Boy, which was the first thing 27-year-old mother Cassidy-Loren Andrews thought of when she heard her daughter's diagnosis.

The Open Championship is back in Scotland as Carnoustie hosts the 147th edition of the oldest major. Jordan Spieth, Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner start the final round tied for the lead.

CHRISTA D'SOUZA says she has finally learned to love her natural breasts after four boob

British journalist Christa D'Souza has revealed how she has finally grown to love her natural breasts (pictured right) after four boob jobs in nineteen years, breast cancer and going through the menopause. After her first boob job, at the age of 39, she went from a size 32c (pictured first top left) to a 32E (pictured second top). She then had a smaller set of implants put in and was a size 32D (bottom left) - before those implants hardened and she got another set put in five years later (second bottom left)

Photographer Genevieve Pascolla, 26, claimed that flight attendants on a United Airlines flight in June made jokes after she complained that a male passenger next to her was masturbating.

A 19-year-old teenager has been sentenced to death in Rajasthan after a horrific Indian sex attack on a seven-month-old girl snatched from her home. The rapist has been named by media as Pintu.

The 3rd Rock From The Sun actress starred as the raunchy landlady Mrs Dubcek on the hit 90s sitcom, and had a colourful acting actress, with stints in Seinfeld and General Hospital.

Jessica Morris, from Orange County, California, decided that her New Year's resolution for 2018 would be to save a life - and she did just that when she helped?David Nichere.

EXCLUSIVE: Former Tory minister Edwina Currie (left), 71, has revealed how she had to resort to guessing what people were saying to her after her hearing declined dramatically.

The Crown: Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret

Fans of hit Netflix drama The Crown are able to see the first shots of Helena Bonham Carter on set playing the role of Princess Margaret. The award winning actress, 52, looked the picture of royalty in a statement floral print gown, decorated with tangerine coloured petals, as she was joined by co-star?Ben Daniels, who plays Margaret's former husband Lord Snowdon. At one point in the filming, Helena can be seen covering her highly coiffed brunette locks with a cloth to keep it pristine at the set in Hyland Park, Essex, earlier this week.

The Commons Leader said she was targeted by vile trolls online after claims she made a complaint about behaviour by ex-Defence Secretary Michael Fallon.

Andrew Griffiths, the disgraced former Tory minister and MP for Burton and Uttoxeter who sent 2,000 sex texts to two female constituents,has now been accused of harassing his ex-partner.

Mobile networks are being criticised for blithely selling on the phone numbers of pay-as-you-go customers who do not use their handsets frequently enough. Rupert Lane was hit by this tactic.

Holidaymakers routinely overpay when buying currency - and there are many ways to get stung. Jess Hargreaves (pictured) learned the hard way how to get a better deal on currency.

Scotland Yard has been caught up in the biggest corruption probe for 40 years, as 14 officers face investigation for "serious corruption and malpractice" by the police watchdog.

Pictures posted to Twitter appear to show hundreds of people waiting to check in at the West Sussex airport. Dozens have gone online to criticise Thomas Cook, with one calling the experience 'dreadful'.


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Now postmen lose the MOON! Giant 23ft artwork goes missing as it is shipped from Bristol to Austria

It can be a very frustrating experience when something gets misplaced in the post- but rarely does something as conspicuous as the moon go missing. But that is the situation Bristol-based artist Luke Jerram finds himself in after the disappearance of seven metre orb he created which was on route to a festival in Austria. Mr Jerram said the disappearance of the structure, called The Museum of the Moon, was 'really annoying and upsetting'.The giant artwork (pictured) has been booked for a series of shows across Europe this summer.

A top trainer has warned that young British jockeys are getting too tall and heavy to compete, forcing training yards to rely on southern Europeans with a better strength-for-weight balance.

Hawaiian shirts, traditional barbershops and vintage buys are all making a comeback, and with it, retro scents, as millennials adopt a 'sixties' lifestyle during the latest more nostalgic trend.

Brave models pictured swimming alongside huge CROCODILES in Mexico

Photographer Ken Kiefer took a two-hour boat ride?with his wife, Kimber, and another model Melodie Trevino to reach the carnivorous beasts at Chinchorro Banks in Mexico. To avoid the need for trick photography - and any of the crocs getting snap happy - the photographer brought along safety divers who can be seen in some of the shots. Explaining his crazy idea, Mr Kiefer, 49, said: 'Kimber and I were thrilled to be able to finally get in and create images with these magnificent predators. It is one of those places whose sheer beauty and immensity is overwhelming.'



A stubborn competitor! Mule wins British dressage contest the first time that the half-donkey, half-horse is allowed to take part

Wallace The Great has become the first half-donkey, half-horse to win a British Dressage competition in the UK, after his owner, Christie McLean, 30, campaigned for mules to be allowed to participate. Earlier this month, British Dressage ruled mules - a hybrid produced from a male donkey and a female horse - should be treated equally. Wallace, 11, was found abandoned in a village in Ireland before he was rescued by the Donkey Sanctuary. He took first place at Summerhouse Equestrian in Gloucestershire, against eight, fully horse competitors.

Researchers at the University of Alabama in Birmingham used an antibiotic to cause ageing by making the mitochondria within cells dysfunction before reversing it again.

An eight-year-old boy has been killed and a man, woman and child seriously injured in a horrific crash near Belfast.Three ambulance crews attended as well as the Air Ambulance.

Young elephants amaze tourists with pile-on in South Africa

These stunning pictures show a group of young elephants delighting safari-goers with a huge pile-on by the side of a waterhole. Family herds of elephants were meeting up at the Shindzela Tented Camp in Greater Kruger, South Africa, when the youngsters got together to play. Photographer Bobby-Jo Vial, 35, was positioned just 25 yards from the 'family reunion' and watched the elephants piling riotously on top of each other, as the animals made a 'great deal of noise' with their trunks.



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