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The new book, Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind The Crown by Valentine Low, claims that the aides of the Duchess of Sussex ‚Äď who named themselves the ‚ÄėSussex Survivors‚Äô Club‚Äô after Meghan and Harry quit their roles ‚Äď called her a ‚Äėnarcissistic sociopath‚Äô. The book describes the Sussexes‚Äô deteriorating relationship with their staff ‚Äď a ‚Äėsuccession of... decent people‚Äô who had believed in Meghan and ‚Äėwould have done anything‚Äô to help the couple succeed. But it alleges that aides came to believe that Meghan‚Äôs departure was premeditated and that ‚Äėone of [her] concerns was whether she was going to be able to make money for herself‚Äô.¬†

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The eight soldiers from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards were flown back from operational service in Iraq to take part in Monday's funeral. They were praised for perfecting the task on Her Majesty's final and saddest journey while watched by billions around the globe. However, the band of brothers will fly this week into an airbase in northern Iraq used to combat ISIS extremists in Syria. The Grenadier Guards are protecting the base both UK and US Special Forces use to launch operations.

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The senior Conservative's sons, who are reportedly in their late teens and 20s, were arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm at a bus stop in Blackheath, south-east London on June 18.

PETER HITCHENS: Well now, here it comes, the next stage of the revolution. The last echo of the last lament had hardly died away before the Britain-haters were back at work.

Maths teacher Kevin Lister, 59, was sacked from a Swindon school after refusing to affirm a pupil's gender change because he wanted to first obtain the permission of the student's parents.

When Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, stepped back as working Royals and moved to America, William didn't just lose a brother, he lost his best friend. To this day, he cannot forgive Harry, not least because of the consequences for his wife, Kate, and for their children. KATIE NICHOLL's new book also claims that the late Queen (centre with the duchess) was surprised by divorcee Meghan's wedding dress choice (left), that she had to step in and that royal brother's rift remains damaged. If the departure of the Sussexes has been hurtful and upsetting to William on a personal level, the rift between the brothers has raised fundamental questions about the responsibilities of Royalty, about its purpose and value in the modern age. And it will be down to the future King William and Queen Catherine to provide the answers. 

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Prince Harry has launched a last-minute bid to tone down his bombshell autobiography amid fears his final draft 'might not go down too well' in the wake of the Queen's death


The beloved pets, Muick and Sandy, were 'with her in the room' at her deathbed on September 8, according to Palace sources.

Book sales about the astrologer Nostradamus have soared since Queen Elizabeth died, as people have suggested the French prophet predicted her death more than 450 years ago.

Long-standing plans laid out by Buckingham Palace stated that horses would be ridden behind the Queen's coffin as it was pulled to Wellington Arch after the funeral service.

Crowds gather to watch flotilla of 150 boats sail down the Thames in touching tribute to the Queen

The luminescent tribute to Her Majesty was part of an installation called 'Reflections' and was originally planned to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The glimmering boats were attempting to recreate a beautiful 'nighttime Canaletto scene' - the Italian painter who's best known for his canvases of Venetian canals. Among the procession, which began at Albert Bridge, was the Royal Barge Gloriana. Footage showed the crew using illuminated oars to row through the water.

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Flight attendant Tommy Cimato shared a now-viral video detailing exactly what you should never do on a flight - including leaning your head against the window.

John McVicar, 82, escaped from a top security prison in Durham 1968 leading to a nationwide manhunt. Following his release from prison on parole in 1978 he began his career as a broadcast journalist

A migrant who came to the UK by boat and claimed to be a child so he could stay is actually in his mid-20s, and even joined an over-30s dating group, before he was caught out by his grey hairs and stubble. Aria Ibrahimi, who is now believed to be 25, posed as a 16-year-old and got taken into care by Kent County Council as a minor before social workers' suspicions began to grow. Ibrahimi, who is from Iran, arrived unaccompanied in the UK in May 2020 and claimed to be 16, which was not disputed by the Home Office.

Mark Lawrenson has said he thinks his departure from the BBC was down to him being '65 and a white male'. He was told of format changes to this year's Football Focus back in March.

It is believed that West Midlands Police didn't receive a complaint because officers were given an unofficial 'wellness' policy to make sure recruits got through training.

Reforms to income tax, pension pots, and child benefits are reportedly being drawn up by Treasury officials as the PM (main, with the Chancellor) makes a bid to unleash a 'decade of dynamism'. She defended Friday's Budget against criticism of tax cuts for higher earners, declaring in an article for the MoS that she is 'unapologetic' about her pursuit of a 'low-tax nation rich in opportunity', despite the nervous reaction of the markets and some of her own backbenchers.


DAN HODGES: The most telling thing was the silence. One Tory MP revealed to me: 'The party are nervous and unhappy. They don't think Liz and Kwasi have got this right.'

Michael Gove was spotted lunching with Liz Truss's leadership rival Kemi Badenoch at an exclusive restaurant in London's West End, sparking concerns that he is plotting against Ms Truss.

PATRICK MINFORD: I am especially pleased by the Chancellor's abolition of damaging tax measures, including the rise in National Insurance and a planned rise in Corporation Tax.

LIZ TRUSS: We will make good on the promise of Brexit by seizing our chance to take the shackles off our economy and become a more enterprising, low-tax nation rich in opportunity.

Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary, Kemi Badenoch, the Trade Secretary and Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Business Secretary, are reportedly resistent to the measure.

Speaking to Paul Brand on LBC, shadow culture secretary Lucy Powell said the Labour Party was 'not going to oppose that measure when it comes to Parliament in the next couple of weeks.'

The TV presenters created a 'hoo-ha' when they turned up nine days ago with two colleagues at Westminster Hall for what they say was to report for This Morning, said a source involved in processing the media list. In what is the latest twist in an astonishing queue-jumping row, the names of their production team were instead used to help them gain access. Since The Mail on Sunday broke details of the social media backlash against the pair last week, more than 70,500 members of the public have signed a petition calling on them to be axed from This Morning.

ITV is reportedly concerned Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield could be booed at the National Television Awards after claims they 'queue-jumped' to see the Queen's coffin.

EMILY PRESCOTT: Having served in Her Majesty's Armed forces - even guarding the Queen Mother's coffin - James Blunt's (pictured) allegiance to the monarchy was never in doubt.

MOIRA PETTY: Brains 'clogged with cotton wool'. Forgetting colleagues' names. Fearing you've developed dementia. Just three of the distressing experiences described by Mail on Sunday readers.

After questioning the boy, he admitted inserting the needle into his urethra himself because 'he was bored' and wanted to discover if it was possible

The potential emergence of a far-right government in Italy has put the European Union on alert for disruptions - with fears that the unity of the war in Ukraine could be jeopardised.

The liquid remedy is rubbed on cancerous lesions and forms a hard crust in seconds - just like the typewriter correction fluid. Radioactive particles in the paste then destroy cancerous cells in the skin.

Half British psychotherapists have closed their consulting room doors to new patients due to an unprecedented surge in demand, according to research.

The personal details of the Duchess of York, Jeremy Clarkson and Sir David Attenborough have been leaked by Russian criminals who hacked into the database of luxury food firm Daylesford, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. The King's cousin Lady Sarah Chatto, Tim Henman and snooker star Ronnie O'Sullivan are among the other celebrity clients whose details have been posted on the so-called dark web - a hidden part of the internet used by criminals. Experts warned the hack was 'a wake-up call' amid growing concern about Kremlin cyber attacks on Britain. The leak came after the society firm refused the hackers' demand for a hefty ransom payment in the cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Daylesford Organic is owned by Lady Carole Bamford, wife of Tory billionaire donor and JCB construction owner Lord Bamford (both pictured left).

The campaign, masterminded by veteran activist Roger Hallam, will be a direct challenge to Liz Truss's Government and the first major test faced by new Home Secretary Suella Braverman.

Paul Bermingham, pictured left, with his wife Sandra, centre, and their two children, Kate, 12, and Darragh, died after contracting Legionnaires disease while on holiday in Malta in December 2015.


Ms James took some time out from filming her new movie, Finally Dawn, to have a manicure at Mimi Beaute, a salon popular with Italian celebrities. She inspected the salon's handiwork afterwards (left) as she strolled (right) along the city's famous Via dei Giubbonari, dressed in a yellow vest top and black trousers - and wearing no make-up. The Mamma Mia! actress then stopped in a bar for a bottle of water and was asked her for a selfie (top inset). Her low-key itinerary was in marked contrast to her October 2020 trip with West, 52, whose wife was at home with their four children. The two stars were seen cosying up together (bottom inset) before riding on a scooter through the city centre.

Rosena Allin-Khan, a Shadow Health Minister, allegedly made the shocking claim earlier this year in reference to the former Prime Minister's Covid policies.

John Winton McNab was discovered on the A887 road near Invermoriston, Inverness-shire in Scotland. His death is being investigated by the police watchdog team.

ETHAN ENNALS: I am standing in a harshly lit, windowless, overly air-conditioned room wearing nothing more than a paper thong to protect my modesty, waiting to undergo a body scan.

Many called out the streaming platform - who have now removed the tag - saying they were 'gobsmacked' and 'disgusted' at the choice.

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Putin's Army in shambles: Bungling officials try to recruit the DEAD to fight in Ukraine war as Russians who have been forced into conscription get the beers in and drink themselves senseless

Vladimir Putin 's chaotic conscription of the Russian male population continues as more videos emerge of drunken insubordination and brawling by those being drafted into the Ukrainian meatgrinder. Just days after the Russian dictator announced a partial mobilisation, the true reality of Putin's vicious war in the Donbas is evidently coming home to the desperate citizens of Russia, as thousands have received their call up orders. Videos show reluctant conscripts at recruitment offices and staging points hitting the bottle and drinking themselves senseless as military commanders try to coral them into order before boarding buses and planes. Putin's desperation for fresh cannon fodder is so great that he is even trying to call up Russians who have already died, including a man who had passed away aged 40 while on a ventilator at a hospital in his Siberian hometown of Ulan-Ude in December 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, flights out of Russia have sold out and border crossings into nearby Armenia , Georgia and Kazakhstan are gridlocked by up to 30 hours as enterprising Russians turn to scooters to beat the queues out of Putin's totalitarian nightmare.

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Heartbreaking images show young couples separated as men prepare to fight in Ukraine. Train stations and army checkpoints have become the scene for tear-jerking separations, often involving young couples - and men who don't want to fight. Putin's failing invasion of the neighbouring country has prompted a new partial mobilisation of 300,000 men - including prisoners and even attempts to recruit the dead. Protests in major cities broke out following the Kremlin leader's announcement of the troop surge, while queues at the nation's borders have appeared as young men attempt to flee. Soldiers have also been spotted drinking and brawling on their way to training. European Council president Charles Michel advised EU members yesterday to offer asylum to conscientious objectors leaving Russia to avoid the draft.

Despite denials from the Kremlin, Putin appears to have vanished on holiday to his 'most secret official dacha' in northern Russia.

President Zelensky urged Putin's conscripts to 'hide from the mobilisation' - or, if they're called up, 'hinder any Russian operations [and] provide us with any important information about the occupiers'

Victoria Beckham and her husband David have emerged for the first time since her daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz's claims the designer blanked her after offering to design her wedding dress. The designer, 48, certainly caught the eye in a £3,000 plunging black gown from Yves Saint Laurent as she joined her dapper husband for a night out at Harry's Bar in Mayfair. In a recent interview, Nicola sensationally claimed that Victoria had blanked her despite previously offering to design her wedding dress, amid claims of a feud between the pair, though insiders have said the model is pushing a 'false narrative', leaving Victoria 'bemused' as to why she keeps 'stoking the rumours'.

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Sun Lijun was also denounced for 'seriously damaging the unity of the party' by state media and had his death sentence commuted ahead of a Communist Party conference next month.

Four photos of men who police believe are connected with attacking emergency workers and a Trafalgar Square passer-by on the day of the Euro 2022 have been released.

Former Manchester United star Michael Carrick is about to swap his football boots for wellies as he builds a £4m stable block at his Cheshire farm - complete with its own 'muck truck'.

The unnamed woman, 45, died on September 21 after going in the sea in Penedo Beach in Albufeira in The Algarve, Portugal. She received medical assistance but died on the beach.


Parish Clerk of internet fame Jackie Weaver is stepping up to the mark for a six-part Channel 4 programme called Make Me Prime Minister to test if she's up to the top job. In an interview with the Mail On Sunday, She has demolished the Prime Minister, rubbished the new Cabinet, dissed the Duchess of Sussex and said that Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland, reminds her of her late mother.

Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, today made fresh fiery comments pushing Beijing's long held claim to Taiwan, which separated from the mainland after a 1949 civil war.

HEALTH NOTES: A quarter of Britons wake up feeling groggy every day, according to a new poll. More than half regularly press 'snooze' on their alarm because they struggle to wake up.

EMILY PRESCOTT: His father Pete Doherty (right) found fame as an indie rock star, but son Astile (left) is mixing it with a different crowd. The Libertines singer's boy, 19, is working as a mixologist.

EMILY PRESCOTT: Twenty-five years on from the car crash that killed Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, Annie Cardone (pictured) has revealed that she once had a relationship with Dodi.

'A classic breakdown in communication': Lewis Capaldi leaves Naga Munchetty shocked as he makes rude remark during LIVE BBC Breakfast interview

Lewis Capaldi left Naga Munchetty shocked after making an x-rated remark live on BBC Breakfast. The singer, 25, was on the red sofa on Saturday to chat with Naga and her co-host Charlie Stayt about his new single Forget Me. But at the end of then chat, Lewis left Naga wide-eyed after mishearing something she said as a sexual remark.

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Far-right protesters were kept apart from an anti-fascist demonstration in Westminster today. Scores of backers of the pro-Putin, Tommy Robinson-allied National Housing Party gathered in London

Leicestershire Police have arrested 47 people on suspicion of a range of offences from public order offences and possession of an offensive weapon to making threats to kill and inciting violent disorder.

COSMO LANDESMAN: I don't really want to go into the details of the end of my marriage to the journalist Julie Burchill. Our break-up wasn't easy on our ten-year-old son Jack - but divorce is rarely easy. My main task was helping Jack adjust to this big scary change by creating a sense of continuity. I did all the things his mum used to do for him: cooking, cleaning, his packed lunch for school. The toughest challenge I faced in those early days was trying to hide my sadness from Jack. The toughest challenge Jack faced was hiding his sadness from me.

British publishing company Tall Boy has come up with five decluttering types and ways to deal with them when it comes to decluterring the house, from sentimental souls to material girls.

Sources have claimed that Johnny Depp and his former attorney Joelle Rich were 'very much' an item during his trial this summer, adding she was not there in his legal defence.

The presenter, 60, lost nearly 12,000 Instagram followers in the last month - whereas in contrast his co-star Holly, 41, made advances in her number of fans online, according to The Sun.

Former First Lady Hillary Clinton compares Trump supporters to Nazi's as fans held their index finger in the air 'saluting' the former President at a recent frenzied campaign rally in Ohio.

The attack happened around midday Friday, police said, after Jim Matthews, an anchor at WWJ 950, invited the currently hospitalized suspect into his home in a suburb outside Detroit.

EXCLUSIVE: Elizabeth Debicki and Khalid Abdalla bear an uncanny resemblance to the ill-fated lovers as they holidayed with William and Harry in the South of France in July 1997. The actors filmed their scenes for the sixth and final series of the Netflix hit on the Spanish island of Majorca, which stood in for Saint-Tropez, where the real couple stayed aboard a super-yacht owned by Dodi's father Mohamed Al Fayed.

Rev Calum MacLeod had a cameo role (pictured), playing a vicar who officiated at the doomed wedding of Saffy, Jennifer Saunders ' character's daughter in the much-loved show.

Edward Fitzalan-Howard, Duke of Norfolk is understood to have proposed to his girlfriend Francesca 'Chica' Herbert (the couple, pictured) while they were on holiday in Italy last month.

Prince Andrew, 62, was seen in riding gear and a a blue jumper and tie as he rode along the Thames in Windsor, near where the Queen was laid to rest following her state funeral on Monday.

Her Majesty's name is now shown simply inscribed on a Belgian black stone slab (main), in gold lettering, alongside her parents and the Duke of Edinburgh, who died age 99 more than a year ago, as she lies underneath the King George VI Memorial Chapel in St George's Chapel. The new slab replaces the old stone that bore the names and dates of birth and death of George VI and his wife, Elizabeth. It now contains, in list form, 'George VI 1895-1952' and 'Elizabeth 1900-2002', and then 'Elizabeth II 1926-2022' and 'Philip 1921-2021'. Nearby also sits the ashes of Princess Margaret, who died one month before the Queen mother at the age of 71 as the royal family (inset) is reunited forever. The public can pay their respects at St George's Chapel from Thursday, by buying a castle tour ticket, which costs up to £28.50.

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The most senior Herald, David Vines White, forgot to say the crucial words 'God Save the King' at the end of the ceremony at St George's Chapel in Windsor last week.

Kate Middleton reportedly admires the style with which James, Viscount Severn, 14, and Lady Louise Windsor, 18, who both grew up without HRH titles and out of the public eye, were raised.

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King Charles showed he holds his late mother in his heart in a new photo released by Buckingham Palace. While the King is pictured hard at work, he pays subtle homage to his parents.

The explosive extracts of the forthcoming book, Courtiers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown by Valentine Low, were published by The Times today.

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The short 37-second clip portrayed when the news of the dramatic breakdown of Diana and Charles' marriage was revealed to the public and the ensuing family drama.

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Speaking on Entertainment Tonight, Katie Nicholl, who wrote The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy and the Future of the Crown, said Philip was Her Majesty's 'strength and stay'.

LORD ASHCROFT: At 2pm today, Padre Hugh Bearn will preside over a service to commemorate a courageous baby-faced soldier who died more than a century ago. The event in Bury, Lancashire, will also bring to a close his long campaign to right a wrong. Through the relentless endeavours of Padre Bearn and others, a park in nearby Tottington is being renamed in honour of Private George Peachment (left), who, aged just 18, was one the youngest servicemen ever to be awarded the Victoria Cross (VC). The young soldier had gone to the aid of his commanding officer, Captain G. R. Dubs (inset), who lay wounded in no-man's-land. And in the course of this courageous action, Peachment had been killed. Most soldiers had little, or no, imagination of the horrors they would encounter in the trenches (right) or the difficulties they would face being away from their families for long periods.

The Met Office has warned that temperatures will plummet to -2C in rural areas on Monday night and Northern Scotland may even see some snow at the start of next week.

The actress, 56, began dating the Yves Saint Laurent executive, 37, in 2017 before tying the knot in a secret ceremony in France the following year.

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Just one night earlier they had been seen passionately kissing on the streets of New York, putting paid to the rumors that their romance was on the rocks on the eve of their film release.

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A 17-year-old boy and a 19-year-old man were pronounced dead at the scene of the two-car crash in the village of Gonalston on Thursday evening.

The protests broke out a week ago at the funeral of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman who died following her detention by morality police enforcing women to wear the hijab.

One of most powerful storms EVER to hit Canada slams into Nova Scotia: Former hurricane Fiona brings 100mph winds, leaves 79% without power and forces Justine Trudeau to postpone Japan trip - as police say it is not safe to be on roads

The National Hurricane Center said the center of the storm, now called Post-Tropical Cyclone Fiona, was crossing eastern Nova Scotia, bringing high winds and heavy rains. The storm had weakened somewhat as it travelled north. As of 5 a.m., the storm was about 160 miles northeast of Halifax, carrying maximum winds of 90 miles per hour and barreling north at around 26 mph, the NHC said. Experts predicted high winds, storm surges and heavy rainfall from Fiona. Although a gradual weakening was forecast during the next couple of days, Fiona was expected to maintain hurricane-force winds until Saturday afternoon, the NHC said.

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ALEXANDRA SHULMAN: Personally, I regard eating dinner before a time that includes the number 8 completely uncivilised.

Leading figures of the Tories including Michael Gove, Iain Duncan Smith and Sir Graham Brady want the American online payment giant to be held to account over cancelling freedom of speech group.

The £10,000-a-day hunt for a Hollywood star: Experts reveal the eye-watering cost of searching for Paris Hilton's beloved chihuahua, 'Diamond Baby' as an army of drones, psychics and pet detectives scour every inch of Los Angeles for the lost pooch

This week, the heartbroken socialite and hotel chain heiress Paris Hilton (pictured) launched the biggest dog hunt in Hollywood history, enlisting an army of canine psychics, dog whisperers and pet detectives in a desperate attempt to track down her lost six-year-old 'daughter'. Such is the sophistication of the hunt that one expert told The Mail on Sunday the hunt is likely to be costing Paris 'upwards of £10,000 a day.' On top of that, the 41-year-old has offered a reward of $10,000 (£9,200) for the return of her pet, who went missing last Wednesday, with 'no questions asked'.

British actress Holliday Grainger, 34, is seizing her chance to conquer Hollywood after acclaimed performances as a detective in BBC surveillance thriller The Capture.

EMILY PRESCOTT: TV presenter Lorraine Kelly (pictured) tells me she didn't feel insulted when a male boss said to her: 'You don't make my trousers twitch.' 'I was relieved. I wasn't hired for that.'

Climate-change activists from Just Stop Oil are plotting to paralyse Parliament during a six-week campaign of road-blocking, an investigation by The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Lachlan Macdonald, 46, from Glasgow, is understood to have lost his footing while on top of a ridge and fell backwards off a cliff near the Isle of Skye.

Volodymyr Zelensky tells Russians that panicking Putin is 'knowingly' sending citizens to their death to save face for his failing Ukraine war as riot police arrest more than 700 protesters amid fears 1million men will be conscripted 

In Russian, Zelensky (inset) called on Moscow's forces to surrender, saying: 'You will be treated in a civilised manner... no one will know the circumstances of your surrender'. It came just hours after Russia passed a law toughening punishments for voluntary surrender and desertion. A brave one-legged woman in a wheelchair who was shaming troopers leaving to join Vladimir Putin's army was surrounded by Russian riot police (video) on a day in which more than 700 anti-mobilisation protesters were arrested (left, top right). A powerful image of anti-mobilisation showed the woman, reportedly attending the peaceful protest in the Chistyye Prudy area of Moscow, holding a placard up to Putin's soldiers which translated as: 'Do you want to be like me?'. Video footage captured the moment that Russian riot police surrounded the brave woman in their numbers as they looked to crackdown on dissent against Putin's regime. The courageous woman with bright pink hair had unzipped her bag before pulling the shaming placard up as photographers descended on her before the riot police arrived. One Russian officer could later be seen holding the placard which appeared to have been removed from the woman after photographers had gathered around her. A rights group claimed that around 730 people were detained across Russia at protests against the mobilisation order today, just three days after Putin ordered Russia's first military draft since World War Two for the conflict in Ukraine.

Angela Wood, 51, was sent horrifying clips over social media showing her son bound on the floor, surrounding by screaming Russians in a cesspit jail in Russian-held Donetsk, behind the front lines.

Veronika Loginova, 18, has 556,000 followers on the social media platform is risking the jail sentence despite posting no political content. In March a court in Russia banned Facebook and Instagram.

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On the evening of Saturday, April 16, Tyrone Ludlow (inset), 35, was captured on doorbell camera footage (left) walking towards his victim's home in Gravesend, in northwest Kent, carrying a petrol can. His ex-girlfriend was at home with her three children when she heard a loud explosion which was reported to have made the building shake. Moments later she saw flames coming from her garden shed (right) which firefighters from Kent Fire and Rescue Service came to extinguish. Ludlow was arrested later that night and subsequently charged in relation to the offence. His relationship had ended with her following an argument which broke out at the woman's home on Wednesday, January 19. According to Kent Police, Ludlow threw a mobile phone which narrowly missed her head and caused damage to a wall.

Crew members that worked on the psychological thriller, Don't Worry Darling, shared a statement on Saturday refuting rumors of on set issues between Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh.

Rita Isbell screamed at a passive Dahmer in the courtroom in 1992, calling him 'Satan' and saying she wanted to 'kill' him, which has been reenacted in the 2022 Netflix series, released Wednesday.

Chris Holmes (pictured), 31, a former Army paramedic who served in Afghanistan, is one of more than 150 patients worldwide taking part in the trial. He has had a kidney transplant.

Seesha Dack from North Shields, Newcastle, was found dead near derelict buildings after she ran away from friends at the Fish Quay. The teenager had no history of self-harm but suffered from ADHD.

Shocking moment TRAIN strikes Colorado police cruiser with female road rage suspect, 20, inside after cops parked SUV on tracks: Victim was left with nine broken ribs, head injuries and broken teeth

A female suspect, believed to have been involved in a road rage incident was pulled over by police in Colorado. Officers stopped their patrol on railroad tracks and handcuffed 20-year-old Yareni Rios-Gonzalez, and placed her in the back. A train smashed in the police SUV sending it hurtling down the tracks, with Rios-Gonzalez still seated inside. Incredibly, the mother-of-one survived despite suffering nine broken ribs, a broken arm, a fractured sternum and losing several teeth in the accident. The police officer who had parked the car on the tracks has been placed on leave.

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Mr Corbyn said the plan for party members to sing God Save The King at the conference in Liverpool was 'very, very odd'. He added the UK was not 'excessively nationalist.'

Household name and former England Women's footballer Alex Scott told The Times she was frightened to leave the house after receiving death threats from online trolls.

Watch out for Holly and Phil! Hundreds queue to get fish and chips for just 45p as new chippy branch celebrates its opening with 1972 prices... but energy cost crisis could see chip shops raise prices to £20

Hundreds of customers have queued for a one-off opportunity to get a portion of fish and chips for just 45p (bottom right) - amid a cost-of-living crisis that could see chippies raising prices to as much as £20. Mother Hubbard's in Sheffield, south Yorkshire, opened at 11am this morning and saw around 400 people waiting in line (pictured left and top right) to claim the much-sought after bargain. The chip shop chain first launched in Bradford in 1972 so the owners of the new shop decided to take a trip back in time to reflect those prices - and offer a classic fish and chips supper for only 45p. With decorations from the 1970s, the shop is seeking to go back to its roots and offer its first 1,000 customers the 1972 experience.

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The City of London Corporation announced plans in May 2019 to reduce speed limits within the Square Mile in order to protect pedestrians and cyclists from accidents as well as reducing pollution.

The trial of boxless toothpaste begins this week at 27 Tesco stores and, if successful, will be extended to all outlets - potentially saving 680 tons of cardboard a year.

Vaccine chiefs are considering offering all babies jabs to protect them against chickenpox - after discussions to introduce the plan were abandoned at the beginning of Covid.

Former Spice Girls star Victoria Beckham, 48, recently put feud claims with her daughter-in-law Nicola Peltz, 27, aside to gush over her stud of a husband David Beckham, 47.

Sir Elton John, 75, cries as he is presented with a National Humanities Medal by President Joe Biden after performing at the White House

Sir Elton John became emotional on Friday evening as he was presented with a National Humanities Medal at the White House in Washington. The musician, 75, put on a show-stopping performance after being welcomed to the stage by President Joe Biden and first lady Jill. The Rocketman played on an elaborate stage set up specifically for him and kicked off the show with Your Song, his first big international hit.

Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Sports are suing YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul for more than $100MILLION in a defamation lawsuit, the promoter's attorney has told DailyMail.com.

The mother was feeding her newborn baby when she walked in on the scene in her rented house in the Walton area of Liverpool, before rushing her son to Alder Hey hospital.

The three-month-old baby was uninjured after the young boys clambered up some scaffolding and grabbed lumps of dirt to throw at the people below in Horsham, West Sussex on Monday evening.

Heather James, 64, paid tribute to her late daughter Dame Deborah, who passed away in June, by wearing a white dress with poppies which was part of the Bowelbabe's fundraising clothes line.

Unhappy landing! Plane overshoots runway and ends up nose-down in lake forcing easyJet to cancel flights from Gatwick to southern France

EasyJet was forced to cancel flights between London Gatwick and Montpellier in the south of France after a cargo plane overshot the runway and ended up nose-down in a lake adjacent to the airport. The airport on the Mediterranean coast has been closed until further notice. Rescuers pulled three people out of the Boeing 737. They were unharmed in the accident, which took place before dawn today. An investigation is underway and the airport is shut indefinitely, authorities confirmed. The West Atlantic plane had travelled from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Montpellier in the early hours today, arriving shortly before 3am.

While some consumers are sticking with old methods, including freezing leftover wine to use in cooking, others are adopting more modern solutions.

A yacht linked to former bra tycoon and Tory peer Michelle Mone, 50, has been put up for sale for £10.25 million - following a multi-million-pound refit and after a turbulent year for the businesswoman.

Phillip Schofield, 60, has been the brand ambassador for We Buy Any Car since 2019, but has gone from the Facebook cover photo after the Queen queuing row.

Police dog who survived being shot in the head three times and never missed a day's work is honoured for his bravery 

A police dog that survived being shot in the head three times has been awarded a lifetime achievement award. The dedicated pooch, described by his handler as 'my soulmate', bears the distinction of having 'never missed a day's work' during his seven-and-a-half years of service with Humberside Police. Faithful cop dog Logan, who retired in 2020 aged eight and a half, received the commendation at the Thin Blue Paw Awards on Thursday and earned the praise of his proud owner and former handler, PC Ian Sweeney. Logan was once shot in the mouth and head three times as he tried to protect his handler, but he miraculously survived his injuries. Sweeney, said: 'Logan is my soulmate and I'm so proud of him for everything he's achieved. 'Logan has assisted in hundreds of tracks and arrests, he's saved countless lives, he's helped to keep the peace at events and has kept the public safe. 'This award is particularly special as it encompasses everything he's done and I don't think you ever really believe you'll achieve something like that!

Kamlesh Mistry, 37, from Watford, first fell in love with the fast-food chain when he was 12 years old and has visited KFC stores in more than 50 countries, prompting the company to grant him super fan status.

Sir Iain has privately vowed to hold an inquiry into growing evidence that Covid leaked from a laboratory in Wuhan, where the pandemic was first detected.

A 'distressed' woman wearing a red top was seen running from bushes holding her trousers near the Rose Gardens, Portsmouth, on Monday, shortly before a man was spotted leaving the scene.

Dame Hilary Mantel copped a £2million fortune in the last year of her life after the value of her company rocketed from £3.8million to £5.8million.

Pope Francis, 85, was seen being pushed in a wheelchair on Saturday as took a trip to Assisi to tell young people it was their duty to protect the planet and change the course of the Earth. Francis was visiting the birthplace of his namesake saint who was close to nature when he called for 'courage' in abandoning fossil fuels and lamented that older generations didn't know how to protect the planet and secure peace. He told young people he was pinning his hopes on their efforts in working to save the planet and to make the world's economy more attentive to the poor. The health of the aging Pope has been under the spotlight for a while as concerned onlookers wonder whether he still has the vitality to maintain his pontiff's duties. He is thought to be making use of a wheelchair due to a serious knee problem that limits his mobility, although he was also reported to have had colon surgery in July to remove 33cm of intestine. The Vatican described it as a 'planned procedure' because the Pope's bowels had 'narrowed.'


Pro-China authorities in Hong Kong are mocked for forcing children to wear cumbersome double Covid masks while playing the FLUTE in propaganda video

The video, which was released by Hong Kong's Education Bureau ahead of China's National Day on October 1, has drawn ridicule online. More than 400 schoolchildren were invited to participate in the five-minute long advert titled 'Young China Says', which shows them participating in a variety of artistic activities from singing to martial arts. At the 45-second mark, the video shows two schoolgirls with cumbersome double face masks which have a gap for the mouth and a secondary flap covering their flutes.

The actor, 91, who has voiced the villain since the original Star Wars film in 1977, most recently starring as the character for the new Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+.

Inspiring moment an armless man throws first pitch at Colorado Rockies game with his FOOT - completing his dream of doing so at all 30 MLB ballparks

Tom Willis, who was born without arms, set a goal 15 years ago, to throw out the first pitch at all 30 Major League Baseball ballparks. He started the journey in 2008 at Petco Park in San Diego, Calif., and closed out at Coors Field in Denver, Colo. Thursday night. After taking off his shoes and gripping the ball with his foot, he threw a perfect strike into the mascot's mitt. Willis became a motivational speaker in 2002 and in 2008, he demonstrated how to throw tennis balls and frisbee without hands. The TV that featured the piece was also the main channel for San Diego Padres and an editor told him he had a good fastball. Willis reportedly told them he should throw the first pitch and after a warm audience welcome, he decided to hit up all 30 parks over the last 15 years.



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Retired world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury has his sights set on a Retford pub as the current owner prepares to retire. Landlord Barry Brown, 65, who has been running The Brick and Tile on Moorgate for the last five years claims the Gypsy King, 34, would like to buy the pub. The establishment is currently on the market, with offers in the region of £300,000 being accepted.

Some A&Es are seeing up to one in four patients within 10 minutes of the four-hour target in what is likely a bid to improve their performance rankings, analysis by the Health Service Journal revealed.

The American Pie singer, 76, and his model girlfriend, 28, kept it casual as they explored the city hours before Don was set to take to the stage as part of his 50th Anniversary of American Pie Tour.

A horse got itself in a bit of a night-mare after it fell into a sink hole leading it to be saved by firefighters. Shocking photos show the black and white horse stuck in the ground. The frightened animal was found stuck in the sink hole at Cockfield Fell, County Durham when the firefighters arrived at the scene.