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Booms ring out across London as HMS Belfast marks its 80th birthday after Royal Navy veterans climb aboard to celebrate its pivotal role in keeping Britain and its allies safe since WWII Blasts from HMS Belfast's powerful 6 inch gun thundered across London today as war heroes who served on the historic warship boarded the vessel once again for its 80th anniversary. The plan is for three services a day in each direction - each carrying passengers in 16 coaches - on a new generation German cross-channel bullet train that will put the people of Cologne closer in travelling time to the British capital than they are to their own capital, Berlin. The father asked the flight attendant for a minute to calm her down, and was able to get her back in her seat. Madeleine of Sweden shares a series of adorable snaps to celebrate Princess Adrienne's first week of life Doting mother Princess Madeleine has just joined Instagram and couldn't resist the opportunity to post a selection of sweet snaps to mark Princess Adrienne's first week of life. This had vast implications for business and communication. Zara's cheers for her ex: Manchester and Sheffield quadrupled between and , Bradford and Glasgow grew eightfold.

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Jeremy Corbyn a Cold War spy? Walker posted the video along with the caption: Michel Barnier Nelson's Column: Ashley Graham shows off her derriere in vintage car themed swimwear shoot She's never been shy about flaunting curves 'I want to look as good as possible': Zara looked elegant in a navy and gold bespoke coat by Claire Mischevani on her fourth visit to the festival this week. Pregnant royal can't hide her emotion as her former boyfriend Richard Johnson Jamie Dornan looks dapper in his grey suit as he holds hands with his stunning wife

The old days of local time as in Bristol jarred with railways that crossed the country and ran to a national timetable, and in the rail companies successfully lobbied Parliament to abolish it. The edges of Britain were joining up with the centres - the cities.

The spread of railways stimulated communication, and Rowland Hill's standardisation of postal charges in saw a boom in mail services. But this was nothing compared to the revolution of the telegraph. If you think the internet is big and given you're reading this online the chances are you do then just imagine how much bigger it would seem if you had never before seen a computer or telephone.

That's what the telegraph was to the Victorians. If rail travel shrank the country, the telegraph crushed it. It opened in the s and soon went stratospheric - within ten years exchanging telegrams had become part of everyday life.

By the mid s London was connected with New York and ten years later messages could be exchanged between London and Bombay in minutes. This had vast implications for business and communication. The telegraph marked the start of truly global markets and news. It marked an irreversible acceleration in the pace of commercial and everyday life.

New mass communication via the telegraph, newspapers and - from - the telephone meant that the rate of change accelerated further. New inventions, like the X-ray in , could be flashed around the globe in days. The age of media frenzy had arrived. Time was money and efficiency became increasingly important. Although division of labour had been conceived by Adam Smith and illustrated by a pin factory in The Wealth of Nations in , it could now become fully realised. This specialisation and - by implication - individualisation of labour was in marked contrast to the rural means of production, in which the family was the means of production, consumption and socialisation.

With greater speed came a greater need for industries and businesses to make more and make it quicker. Steam made this possible and changed working life forever. Gone were the days when work was dictated by natural forces: Factories had foremen and life became correspondingly more regimented.

The clocking-on machine was invented in and time and motion studies to increase efficiency would be introduced only some twenty years later. But it was not all bad news. Agricultural incomes depended on variable harvests and weather. Factories provided secure and predictable income, but long hours. Working life was becoming increasingly regulated, and the working week was reorganised to promote ever-greater efficiency.

The old custom of St. Monday - when no work was done - was gradually phased out and to compensate, work stopped around midday on Saturday and did not resume until Monday morning.

A new division between 'work' and 'leisure' emerged, and this new block of weekend leisure time coincided with the development of spectator sports like cricket and football, and the rise of music hall entertainment for the new working classes.

New loyalties were needed to fill some of the vacuum caused by the demise of close-knit rural communities, and they didn't come from the church. Many of the middle class itself a new term dating only from became concerned about the godlessness of the working classes when it emerged that only 50 per cent of the eligible population attended a church service on Census Sunday in But if the Anglican Church was seen to be losing the working classes, Methodism was increasingly popular.

It fitted the ethos of the age. Commerce and business brought a new spirit of self-help, popularised in the book of the same name by Samuel Smiles, with the opening line, 'Heaven helps those who help themselves'.

Methodism stressed hard work and self-discipline, and this sentiment was reflected in the rise of evening classes for the working classes. The modern world was opening up new opportunities for those who would work hard enough to take them. A new breed of self-made man - never a woman - had emerged. Proud of his accomplishments, these nineteenth century yuppies encapsulated the spirit of this cut-throat capitalism, sitting at their desks, twanging their braces and figuring out how to make more moolah.

This spirit of competition extended even as far as science. Charles Darwin's Origin of Species described the theory of natural selection, or the survival of the fittest: The nineteenth century was a world of free markets, free trade and laissez-faire government, with all moves towards paternalism - in areas such as public health and poor laws - fiercely resisted. It was every man for himself.

Meanwhile, the countryside was attracting ever less interest. The Corn Laws spelled out the shifting balance of power. Passed in to fix the price of corn and protect the interests of the agriculturists that then dominated Parliament, they were repealed only 31 years later, against bitter protest from landowners and loud applause from industrialists.

Punch magazine's comic stereotypes caricaturing agricultural labourers as backward yokels in smocks and chewing straws flourished in the s and live on to this day. So what happened to our child of ? The pregnant royal, 36, and her retired rugby player husband put on a very affectionate PDA today as they paused to exchange kisses outside the viewing boxes at Cheltenham on Gold Cup day. Zara looked elegant in a navy and gold bespoke coat by Claire Mischevani on her fourth visit to the festival this week.

Jamie Dornan was channelling his inner Christian Grey when he attended the Cheltenham festival on Friday. It's the last day of Cheltenham and revellers made sure they pulled out all the stops in the fashion stakes today for the grand finale, culminating in the prestigious Gold Cup race this afternoon.

Georgia Toffolo chanelled her Chelsea girl style in tweed; Zara Tindall was chic in navy, Carol Vorderman sported a striking leopard print har and racegoers braved chilly temperatures in lingerie-inspired tops. The Duchess, 36, is due to give birth next month and has a bigger bump at this stage of her pregnancy than she did at eight months pregnant with George and Charlotte.

This is the shocking moment a horse tripped over with a broken leg before running on without its jockey during a race at the Cheltenham Festival today. The horse, ridden by Katie Walsh, suffered the broken leg on the flat to become the 36th death at Cheltenham since , according to animal rights activists. The rider, whose brother Ruby was ruled out of the festival on Wednesday after aggravating a recent leg injury, got up and appeared to have avoid injury in the fall.

Our thoughts are with everyone connected. Paddy Jackson's defence lawyer told Belfast Crown Court that witness Dara Florence would have helped the alleged victim if any rape had been taking place. Pictures of some of the worst design choices from around the world have been shared on an Instagram account called Please Hate These Things.

Pictured clockwise from top left: One room features a mammoth stone fireplace; another homeowner has an aquatic-themed living room; and one person decided to have a padded leather kitchen. One indoor swimming pool doubles up as a bedroom; a terrifying gargoyle fireplace features in one living room; and one clunky leather sofa looks like it should be in a nightclub. The year-old Icelandic star wrote a heartfelt statement to fans on Twitter. The father-of-four had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in but seemed to have beaten it after surgery.

Police are reportedly investigating the incident. Mariam Moustafa was left in a coma after a street assault on February 20 and died from her injuries on Wednesday. Disturbing footage shows a girl shouting at Ms Moustafa during an altercation believed to have taken place on a bus shortly before the attack. It has just 15 households, but its two halves have different mayors, different dialing codes and even different ways of speaking.

The Scottish Government ruled his 40ft leylandii trees blocked his neighbours' view of the Firth of Forth. Jools Holland pictured left with wife Christabel complained to Medway Council about noise levels at Cooling Castle Barn pictured right , near Rochester in Kent, sparking a war with its supporters. He moved in next door in and used the venue's facilities when he married in but has been in dispute with the business about the problems for a decade, according to documents submitted to the council.

Irishman Nigel Kane, 53, met translator Martha Kane, 31, who was born in Germany, when she translated emails he received while working for a Swedish rental firm he'd booked a trip with. Samples taken from up to 33 metres ft below the surface in Ruislip have revealed a strange black clay that suggests the area once had densely wooded marshes on the edge of a sub-tropical sea.

This is the moment when people are hurled off a malfunctioning ski lift in in Gudauri, Georgia, seriously injuring two people. At least eight people in total were hurt in the accident at the resort, located on the south-facing plateau of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range. A video of the accident was posted online.

The defect to the lifts meant that they sped up to double the normal speed and threw people off of their chairs as they reached the bottom of the mountain, local media reported. Steve Pearce and Sam Coley, both 25 from Yorkshire, impressed the Dragons with their pitch for TickX, an online hub for attraction, concert and cinema tickets.

Sarah Brown, 27, of Skewen, near Neath, South Wales, flew into rage when the man turned his back on her - and twice thrust her glass into her victim in the 'vicious and unprovoked' attack.

Ahmed Hassan left tried to kill 93 people by setting off a 'bucket bomb' at Parsons Green station in west London last September. Luckily the device failed to properly detonate, but still left 51 passengers with serious burns inset, bottom.

Hassan had left his native Iraq and travelled through Turkey, Italy and France before getting into the UK on the back of the lorry coming through the Channel Tunnel. After being looked after in a charity-run shelter, he was taken in by loving foster parents Penelope and Ronald Jones right in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey and sent to a local college.

But while his foster parents were away on holiday last summer, he studied YouTube videos on how to make explosives before building a bomb from household objects including Tupperware boxes, a vase and 2. Annie, from Mitcham in London, was born into a gypsy family, and was adopted after being rescued from a caravan fire that left her with life-altering scars at four weeks old.

Sir Paul, 75, was seen rushing onto a train just before it pulled out of Charing Cross railway station. The down-to-earth legend happily settled down alongside ordinary commuters. Dressed smartly in a suit and crisp white shirt, Britain's most famous singer songwriter kept a low profile as he sat quietly on his own in the carriage. Ollie Wong, 27, couldn't believe it when the former Beatle got into his carriage: Joseph Williams Torres pictured , 20, was sitting in a parked car in Walthamstow , east London, when he was targeted by the gunman.

Terry Gilliam had harsh words for the 80 plus women who have accused Weinstein pictured together right of sexual assault, claiming the ones who did well after meeting with the producer 'knew what they were doing'.

The Monty Python member said he knew 'enough girls who were in Harvey's suites who were not victims'. Angelina Jolie, Lupita Nyong'o, and Gwyneth Paltrow are among the major stars who said they were propositioned by the movie mogul in his hotel suites.

Gilliam claims people are now 'too afraid to say what they really think' , adding that his wife now tells him to keep his head 'a bit low' after the MeToo movement.

A crime clan who kept terrified workers 'in servitude' and punished them with beatings while forcing them to work in Bathgate, West Lothian, Larkhall and Lanarkshire have been jailed. Care worker Saleem Said, 40, of Rawtenstall, Lancashire, swore lethal revenge when nursery nurse Leanne Collopy, 25, dumped him for being violent and possessive. This is the shocking moment when a motorist driving down a snowy country lane crashes head-on into another vehicle.

Footage captured Chris as he drove to work, taking care in the treacherous road conditions caused by the 'Beast from the East'. Unfortunately, the Honda driver didn't appear to be driving with as much caution and lost control on an icy bend in the road, skidding into Chris' vehicle.

The former Apprentice star and mother-of-three, 31, suffered a miscarriage in November , and is currently 25 weeks pregnant with her rainbow baby. The microscopic exosomes - 1, times thinner than hair - transport a damaging enzyme that leads to fibrosis of the kidney, Nottingham Trent University experts found. This is the moment presenter Helen Skelton was 'groped' live on TV while she was pregnant. The year-old mother-of-two said she felt 'really awkward' but was too intimidated to complain.

A video posted online at the time appears to show Ms Skelton looking irked, after Mr Montgomery touches her behind. The darts player - nicknamed 'the boss' - today told MailOnline: It was nothing more than a friendly slap on the bottom. The cruel use of social media is growing with more young Australian children using 'finsta' accounts to target other students.

Facebook, based in Menlo Park in San Francisco, experienced a significant malfunction last night as it provided violent and sexually explicit suggestions when users searched 'videos of'. The puzzle shows a series of trains heading to their destinations, but one is going in the opposite direction to the others - and it's tough to work out which. Among the different coloured trains hurtling along the track, can you spot the one that's on a collision course?

At least six people have been killed after a newly-erected bridge collapsed on to an eight-lane highway at Florida International University on Thursday as steel cables were being tightened. Eyewitnesses described the tragic scene that unfolded when cars were crushed by a Miami bridge collapse, while an upsetting video shows blood coming out from under the rubble. Richard Humble, a sophomore at Florida International University, survived Thursday's bridge collapse on campus.

He was in the passenger's seat of his friend Alexa Duran's SUV when the bridge fell on top of the vehicle, smashing in the driver's side. Humble says he screamed Alexa's name out, but she didn't say anything. His mother says that when she got a call from her panic-stricken son after the collapse, he said he was covered in blood that wasn't his. Duran still has not been accounted for. Madeleine Shaw, author of A Year of Beautiful Eating, shares her tips for the best months to eat seasonal food, with an ingredient for each month of the year, and why it's good for us.

Three pipe trees were sliced with a hacksaw on Tuesday night pictured on the Sandbanks peninsula in Dorset. Theresa May continued to cast off her stuffy 'Maybot' image as she cradled a newborn baby on a visit to open a housing estate today. The Prime Minister cooed over six-day-old Ted Young pictured together, left and posed for the cameras gazing adoringly down at him.

It comes a day after she snatched headlines by fist bumping a tattooed member of the crowd while on a walk around of Salisbury following the poison attack pictured top right. She was introduced to Ted by his parents Robyn Beard and Sam Young as his 18 month-old big sister Daisy looked on pictured, bottom right. The Brexit select committee, chaired by Labour MP Hilary Benn, is expected to make the request - but it has proved so divisive some members have refused to back the report.

The Bank of England also said the Britain's banking system is strong enough to cope even if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal.

A report by the Northern Ireland select committee said there is not example 'anywhere in the world' of an invisible border like the one promised by Theresa May. Environmental groups are calling for gondola lifts, similar to those seen at ski resorts, to be used as an alternative form of transport in heavily congested Oxford.

Alexis Armstrong filmed the incident on Flight from Chicago to Atlanta. She said the father's daughter was momentarily scared to fly and wanted to sit on his lap. The father asked the flight attendant for a minute to calm her down, and was able to get her back in her seat. But the plane still returned to the gate and the family was forced to leave.

The pregnant royal, 36, and her retired rugby player husband put on a very affectionate PDA today as they paused to exchange kisses outside the viewing boxes at Cheltenham. This is the hilarious moment a cheeky monkey nearly exposed an unsuspecting tourist after it pulled down her top.

Brittany Bowman was travelling with friends when she visited Chiang Mai monkey centre in Thailand, to visit the local macaques. The Los Angeles native let the baby monkey scramble all over her after it had jumped onto her leg. The cream tea dispute over which method is best - cream first in Devon, or jam first in Cornwall - has finally been resolved after it emerged the Queen prefers the Cornish way.

Prince Harry, 33, told graduates at the Museum of Army Flying in Middle Wallop, Hampshire, that 'in some areas budgets are being shrunk'. He was presiding over today's Wings Parade. Damilya Jossipalenya jumped to her death from her London apartment block when Alessio Bianchi, 26 threatened to send footage of him performing a sex act on him to her family.

Emma-Jane Kurtz from Didcot in Oxfordshire is accused of neglecting Jane Kurtz, whose body was found slumped on a sofa surrounded by filth and squalor in a room stinking of bodily waste. Thank you for the stay. We had lovely rough sex. A pair of strangers were caught joining the Mile High Club on a packed Virgin Atlantic flight when an air stewardess caught them mid sex act. The passengers - both said to be in their 20s - did not know each other before boarding the Boeing at Gatwick on a trip to Mexico.

But they swiftly struck up a close bond and stunned passengers described seeing the drunken woman, thought to be from Chelmsford, Essex, chatting up the mystery man moments after boarding. They darted off to the on-board bathroom before a suspicious flight attendant pictured opened the door - and saw the woman sitting on the toilet while the man was stood with his trousers down. Twitter user Katyagar Moonagon uploaded a picture of a Waitrose card inserted into the power slot of her Dublin hotel room and Twitter went into a state of frenzied excitement.

Helen Keyzor, 55, was horrified when she returned home to find her year-old cat Rosie pictured had been savaged by dogs on the Albrighton and Woodland Hunt in Staffordshire. This is the startling moment a woman 'blacked out' while driving and crashed at breakneck speed into a shop in Blackburn, Lancashire on Tuesday night.

The drug, being developed by Monash University researchers, blocks two key proteins in the brain that are responsible for releasing swimmers during a male orgasm. Intimacy can often get lost in the long haul of relationships. Here, Sydney relationship expert Samantha Jayne reveals the things men should do for their wives or girlfriends to bring back the spark.

Sandra Burton, 70 bottom right of Royston, Hertfordshire, 'slipped off the radar' following her father's's death a few years ago. Neighbours then became aware she was not paying bills and was neglecting to look after her home. Around three years ago her toilet developed a leak but she was too embarrassed to get it repaired or let anyone visit, because her flat was so untidy.

It wasn't until Sandra had a routine appointment with her GP Diane Walters, at Granta medical surgery in Sawston, that it was noticed something wasn't right. When she saw the pensioner's home, Dr Walters said it was 'the worse I've ever seen'. Kindhearted neighbours and volunteers then gathered to help Ms Burton and carry out a deep clean of her home. Four soldiers from the former regiment of Prince Harry were caught snorting cocaine in the toilets of The King and Castle Wetherspoons pub in Windsor.

The boom in contactless payments has fuelled a start-ling rise in fraud using lost or stolen cards. Official figures revealed fraud on the credit and debit cards has soared 51 per cent in the past year. Chasjit Verma fleeced the Jubilee Hall Trust while in charge of the charity's finances.

An immigration official for southern Zimbabwe who works at passport control has been filmed scrolling through her social media while on the job. It is the first time health guidelines issued by charity Diabetes UK have specified which foods could help fight off the disease, which is linked to obesity. Patients won't need to get a prescription. The most popular home for sale in the UK at the moment according to one leading property website is a five-bedroom property in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

Ibiza was a mecca for partygoers in the nineties but now they are grown up and returning to the island with their children. Carol Driver headed there with her family to experience it for herself. In a new study, 68 per cent of respondents said they were more likely to buy products from the UK and they associated items from Scotland, such as haggis and whisky, with being the most British.

The property has Far-reaching views that stretch to the Black Mountains in Wales across Monmouthshire and Powys, as well as views over Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire. The seven-year-old boy, who suffers from a medical condition, had to fend for himself with sweets at his home in Blackpool, Lancashire, as food while his mother worked a night shift, a court heard.

A dramatic picture of the scene this morning shows the boat was just feet from plunging down into the sinkhole.

The giant crevice appeared on a stretch of the Shropshire Union canal in Middlewich, Cheshire, at Police found the man aboard the nearby boat and he was plucked to safety after his late-night voyage. This is the moment where a little girl experiences her first leprechaun capture. Gianna Galvin, from Kentucky, trapped mythical creature in a box she made with her father so she could catch her own. This AI, presented at the European Association of Urology congress in Copenhagen, has shown similar levels of accuracy to a human pathologist stock image.

Surgeons from Pune in the state of Maharashtra, India, released Rajendra Panchal's fused jaw joint - and now he can open his mouth 4. The 70ft artwork appeared in Manhattan on Thursday and features artist Zehra Dogan, who was jailed for painting a picture depicting the Turkish armed forces storming the Kurdish city of Nusaybin.

Mark Riddell, 49, struggled as a youngster in Aberdeen after his mother died of a brain haemorrhage and his alcoholic father was incapable of looking after him. A special Boeing test aircraft flew from Victorville, California, with the new GE9X engine mounted under its left wing, dwarfing the plane's three other engines left.

The engine has the largest front fan in the world, GE says, at inches 11 feet in diameter top right. Boeing asked General Electric to develop an engine strong enough to power its X aircraft family, a new version of the 'mini-jumbo' with up to seats artist's impression, bottom left. The engine is expected to first fly under its own power in the first quarter of next year, ahead of its planned maiden commercial flight in Cats from around the world were captured dangling from sofas, reaching across tables and sprawled across beds as they tried to maximise the stretch.

University of Colorado scientists have begun trials on a compound in the drug to determine if it can combat the common skin conditions. A British film maker died in a hail of bullets when Islamic State militants disguised as allies sneaked their way into a compound near Raqqa in Syria, an inquest was told. Tourists have flocked to observe the rock this month. Experts from Colorado State University's Advanced Beam Laboratory used a compact but powerful laser they built from scratch to heat tiny, invisible wires, known as nanowires.

Bollywood star Irrfan Khan, known internationally for his roles in blockbusters 'Life of Pi' and 'Slumdog Millionaire', has been diagnosed with a rare tumour that affects just 35 in , people. Jake Killick, 23, a rapist who carried out a series of robberies and sexual assaults in Norwich city centre has been jailed for life.

Germany's new interior minister Horst Seehofer has put himself on a collision course with Angela Merkel by declaring: Sweden's foreign minister Margot Wallstrom said Sweden is happy to help resolve tensions on the Korean peninsula but it is up to the parties involved to try to find a way forward.

A British Mumsnet user divided opinion when she shared this photo of her living room online, asking other parents whether they thought it was 'messy'. The woman said she thought it was 'neither tidy nor messy' but that she wanted to know how it looked to strangers. The question prompted a range of responses from other parents, with some claiming it simply looked 'lived in' - while others branded it 'a tip'. This is the jaw-dropping moment where a man verbally and physically assaults a woman in Tehran in Iran for not wearing her veil.

Passers-by showed their support to her by honking their horns. Semi-autonomous Hong Kong has been preparing to introduce the controversial law since China fine-tuned legislation last year on the proper way and place to sing the anthem.

Constantin Reliu, 63, from Vasului, Romania, was declared dead by his wife after he had been out of contact for 25 years, and did not know he was 'dead' until he was deported from Turkey earlier this year. Bedford Hospital nurse Gbadebo Alabi told the girl that she had 'nice skin' and finished the examination by 'patting and squeezing her breasts' while removing electrodes from her chest. Dylan Creaven, 44, of County Clare, set up two fake companies where he gave motivational speeches and bought salesmen beer.

Anyone who was a 'soft touch' was ridiculed, a court heard. Dr Clare Johnson, Vice President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, explains how to interpret the rich mixture of metaphors in our dreams. A host of glamorous guests including several members of European royalty have decamped to the bride's native Peru, where the Prince and Alessandra threw a dinner ahead of the ceremony. Blasts from HMS Belfast's powerful 6 inch gun thundered across London today as war heroes who served on the historic warship boarded the vessel once again for its 80th anniversary.

Surviving veterans were honoured as they gathered on the deck of the ship, which has been moored on the Thames since Today, visitors are meeting the ex-sailors and will even enjoy a slice of nine-tiered cake, made specially for the occasion by Great British Bake Off winner Sophie Faldo. Dr Neil Stanley, a member of the British Sleep Society, claims there are no hard and fast rules about the amount of sleep each of us needs. We all have our own individual need.

Doting mother Princess Madeleine has just joined Instagram and couldn't resist the opportunity to post a selection of sweet snaps to mark Princess Adrienne's first week of life. Senior Labour sources told MailOnline that keeping peers talking until the early hours of the morning and making life difficult them appeared to be 'part of the plan' for pushing through the key legislation.

In rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, 20, escaped through a 'corridor' carrying belongings in suitcases following a ferocious months-long assault by dictator Bashar al-Assad's forces. Ashya King was refused proton-beam on the NHS when he was in Southampton General Hospital awaiting chemotherapy for his condition - called medulloblastoma. Migrants clashed with security forces in central Madrid on Thursday after Mmame Mbage, a street vendor in his mid-thirties from Senegal, died.

Thanks to technology, John F Kennedy can now 'deliver' the Dallas Trade Mart speech he was supposed to give at a luncheon on November 22, , the day he was assassinated. Argentine submarine ARA San Juan has never been found but investigators claim an explosion was reported near its last known location in the South Atlantic, as it returned to Mar del Plata.

The special pets at Kenwith Castle, in Devon, respond to touch and speech and are designed to reduce stress and anxiety in residents. This little girl broke down in floods of tears after being told by her old brother that Toys 'R' Us is closing down.

Cecilia Iffert, five, didn't take the news that she would no longer be able to buy her toys from the store well and become overwhelmed with emotion in the adorable clip.

Her big brother Giuseppe, eight, told her that the toy shop was closing and their mother came rushing in to see what was wrong. Stephanie Murphy, 28, was found unresponsive at home in East Kilbride, Scotland in the early hours of Monday. Police claim her death is not suspicious but NHS Lanarkshire are now investigating. From having cereal with water each morning to not being able to wear any make up, Phoebe Weston found that living a plastic-free life is much tougher than it seems.

Callum Lee Bates, 18, from Andover, Hampshire, believed he had persuaded a nine-year-old boy to travel alone on a train in the dead of night to meet him, having lied about being a police man. A fascinating video from the height of the Cold War has emerged about the dangers of being taken in by a Soviet spy. The video was created by the United States Department of Defence in A remarkable set of images have come to light which document a historic British expedition to climb one of the world's tallest mountains 87 years ago.

This weird van sighting has proved to divide social media as a car passenger spotted that the van driving ahead seemed to be crooked.

The footage was shot by Christopher Walker, from Sheffielf, and shows a white van driving along a busy motorway as passengers of the vehicle behind are baffled as the van appears to be 'bent'.

The video was posted on Facebook group Bad drivers caught on Dash cam and shows the white van which seems to be off its axle. Walker posted the video along with the caption: The clip, which comes from a Universal newsreel, shows applicants flying over the Golden Gate Bridge prior to a physical examination, which involves measuring and parading women. University of Utah researchers believe the worrying results could be the result of low atmospheric pressure.

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The Suntory Group, who make the soft drink, cut their sugar content by half last month - ahead of the new UK Sugar Tax guidelines in April this year. A study by the University of North Dakota of 2, older people found those who had the highest amounts of omega-3 were 34 percent less likely to die within the next seven years. Dr Julien Warshafsky from Surrey reported himself to the General Medical Council after being caught stealing Fentanyl but their lack of response led to an inquest into his death being adjourned.

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He showed off the capabilities of the firm's bulletproof vests by taking a shot from a Kalashnikov AKM rifle and smiling. The Labour leader said he had been told to stop going out in the sportswear after he was widely mocked when he was pictured venturing out in his constituency dressed in a grey tracksuit.

Two emaciated lions and an underfed tiger have been rescued from dismal and squalid conditions at a circus in Spain after protracted negotiations to secure their release from faeces-riddled cages. With bhp, the Rolls-Royce rival will accelerate from mph in 6. The radiator grille at the front was inspired by a pinstriped suit with the vast machine rolling on a set of inch wheels. The rear - known as the club lounge - is designed to allow four very important passengers to relax in executive seats with legroom for the tallest of people.

This is the moment seven-month-old Karl Klapper bit Pope Francis' finger during a blessing ceremony in the Vatican earlier today prompting the pontiff to grimace. A lorry spilled thousands of bottles of milk on a roundabout near Gloucester on Thursday night. The incident happened at the junction of the A40 and A How much bottled water does your wife drink? This showman flaunted his best party piece by downing a pint of Guinness without touching the glass with his hands once while drinking in a bar in Jesmond, Newcastle.

The task permits the use of another empty pint glass in order to assist the drinker with the challenge and onlookers watched in amazement as the man began the trick. The five-storey, ,square-foot building near the University of Southern California will display George Lucas' bottom left collection of 10, paintings and art along with illustrations and movie memorabilia.

A revolutionary electric car made using a 3D printer has been unveiled and is due to start selling next year in Asia and Europe. While the design might seem widely impractical, people have already started wearing it, usually mixing it up with several bright colors and, in some cases, glitter, making for eye-catching manicures.

These adorable pictures show a young polar bear cub waking up his mother up by licking her face as his sibling clambered onto her back. Wildlife photographer Andy Skillen, 49, of North Cheam, London, spent two weeks searching for polar bear families on the sea ice off Baffin Island, in arctic Canada. This trio was the first family he and his Inuit guides and trackers came across during their search.

My Profile Logout Login. Archbishop of Canterbury talks about Meghan Markle's 'beautiful' baptism and reveals how nervous he is about 'dropping the ring' on Prince Harry's big day Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said the baptism service at St James's Palace in London attended by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was 'very moving' and a 'great privilege'. Louise looks weary as Jamie 'moves on'.

Father of Ellie Butler - who beat his daughter, six, to death and then lied to cover his tracks - threatens to walk out of her 'corrupt inquest' in vile tirade as he's stopped from asking 'irrelevant questions' Ben Butler beat his daughter to death at their family home in Sutton,south London in October Now police launch MURDER probe into death of exiled Russian tycoon and close friend of Putin enemy Boris Berezovsky as officers reveal he died from 'compression to neck' Nikolai Glushkov inset , was found dead by his daughter, Natalia left , at his suburban home in New Malden, south London inset on Monday night - just eight days after the nerve agent attack on spy Sergei Skripal.

Corbyn ally says Labour MPs who back the Government and blame Russia for the Salisbury attack - including Keir Starmer and Nia Griffith - are 'political enemies' and should be deselected Chris Williamson took aim at moderates who backed Theresa May's tough response to the Kremlin while addressing a meeting of the Corbyn-backing Momentum group. Corbyn, his daftest hour: Gunners fans try to see the funny side after their team is drawn against CSKA Moscow in the Europa League quarter-final The Gunners will be heavy favourites for the tie, but the draw could be problematic for travelling fans due to an ongoing political crisis between the two countries.

Father-in-law of poisoned sergeant attacks Corbyn's 'mealy mouthed' response defending Russia instead of 'representing people like me' William Pomeroy, whose daughter Sarah is married to Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, pictured branded the Labour leader 'mealy mouthed. Chilling CCTV shows ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter driving into Salisbury just hours before they were found poisoned - as police probe whether his BMW was booby-trapped with deadly nerve agent A shocking CCTV video has been released of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal driving into Salisbury with his daughter Yulia before they were found collapsed on a bench.

Putin appeals to Russians' 'love of the fatherland' in final campaign push before Sunday's presidential election which everyone says he's already won The Kremlin is seeking high participation to give legitimacy to President Vladimir Putin's inevitable fourth term - as seven in ten Russians are predicted to vote for him. Senior MPs are set to launch a super inquiry into 'dirty Russian money' in London as Britain prepares to crack down on oligarchs in the wake of the Salisbury spy poisoning Several parliamentary select committees covering defence, the treasury and foreign affairs are in discussions to coordinate their probes into Russia, MailOnline understands.

Former Arsenal star Andrey Arshavin's model wife is forced to pay Aeroflot thousands after being thrown off plane for tantrum over nappy Alisa Arshavina was asked to leave an Aeroflot jet at Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport in January after delaying the flight to Almaty, Khazakstan for two hours by arguing with the crew.

Zara's cheers for her ex! Pregnant royal can't hide her emotion as her former boyfriend Richard Johnson scoops a thrilling Gold Cup victory at Cheltenham The pregnant royal, 36, and her retired rugby player husband put on a very affectionate PDA today as they paused to exchange kisses outside the viewing boxes at Cheltenham on Gold Cup day.

Zara and Mike Tindall kiss at Cheltenham. Fifty Shades Of Bae: Jamie Dornan looks dapper in his grey suit as he holds hands with his stunning wife Amelia Warner at Cheltenham festival Jamie Dornan was channelling his inner Christian Grey when he attended the Cheltenham festival on Friday.

The runners and riders! Pregnant Zara leads the fashion parade at Cheltenham as celebrities, including Carol Vorderman and Georgia Toffolo, don their tweeds and capes for the Gold Cup It's the last day of Cheltenham and revellers made sure they pulled out all the stops in the fashion stakes today for the grand finale, culminating in the prestigious Gold Cup race this afternoon. Ad Feature Insomnia62 is the biggest UK gaming festival of the year: Play games, see YouTubers, and win prizes at this Easter weekend's unmissable event Insomnia is the UK's biggest gaming festival and has been going for 21 years.

Heartbreaking moment horse breaks its leg at Cheltenham and CARRIES ON running only to be put down at the end of the race This is the shocking moment a horse tripped over with a broken leg before running on without its jockey during a race at the Cheltenham Festival today.

Are these the ugliest homes EVER? LazyTown actor Stefan Karl Stefansson, 42, who played villain Robbie Rotten in the CBeebies show reveals his cancer has returned and is now 'inoperable' The year-old Icelandic star wrote a heartfelt statement to fans on Twitter. Shocking moment Egyptian engineering student, 18, was 'threatened and abused by gang of women on a bus' shortly before she was killed in what her family say was a 'race attack' Mariam Moustafa was left in a coma after a street assault on February 20 and died from her injuries on Wednesday.

Wealthy businessman loses seven-year battle with his neighbours and is ordered to lop 40ft leylandii trees on the grounds of his mansion in HALF Engineering boss Robin Briggs lost his battle with neighbours in Burntisland, Fife, on Tuesday.

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