Harry and Meghan's son Archie looked adorable, from what you could see of him

MELANIE MCDONAGH: What was Harry up to, sharing a photo of his infant son (centre), of whom Britain has had barely a glimpse since his birth, in a way that doesn't actually let you see him? In truth, as well as being undeniably cute, it's another example of the tight control Harry and Meghan have kept over their son's public profile. The details of his birth were confusing and contradictory, then he was hidden from view for days, before being exposed ever so briefly. It's natural for Harry to want to protect his son - and those artfully interposed royal fingers are a telling signal - but if he is going to put a picture of little Archie out there, how I wished he'd do it properly, or not at all. And he’s not the only famous face who hides his children for the camera: pictured (left), model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley poses with her son Jack Oscar, (top right) pop star Robbie Williams with his daughter Teddy and son Charlton, (bottom right) Holly Willoughby with her children Harry, Belle and Chester, and (inset) Madonna’s ex Guy Ritchie with his three youngest children, daughter Rivka and sons Rafael and Levi. 

Rory Stewart denies he has ever been a spy

The Tory leadership hopeful (pictured top and bottom, fronting a documentary about Afghanistan in 2012) was asked about claims he previously worked for the intelligence services at a hustings. The 46-year-old denied he worked for MI6 prior to becoming MP for Penrith and the Border in 2010. But a Whitehall source said Mr Stewart was recruited soon after he left Oxford and spent seven years as a spy. The MP for Penrith and Border has long faced questions about a possible past in espionage, especially considering his father, Brian Stewart, (pictured inset) worked for British overseas intelligence for more than 20 years. 

Mahathir Mohamad has caused outrage after he said he only liked his Jewish friends because 'they're not like other Jews' at a Cambridge Union event on Sunday night.

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Curcumin may even improve the function of the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, important for controlling blood sugar levels, as one early study, published in Diabetes Care in 2012, found.

FRANCES HARDY: Midway through the scanning process at the supermarket checkout, we hit a problem. A lime. Until then things had been going (relatively) smoothly.

Officers had previously feared that Chanchal Lahiri had drowned after performing the Houdini-inspired stunt in the Hooghly river. His body was found this afternoon by rescue workers.

What WAS it about GMTV?  Anthea Turner reveals how sneering rivals left her feeling

Former breakfast TV star Anthea Turner (left during her time on GMTV) has revealed how working at London-based GMTV had been a 'terrible shock' for her, due to how 'intensely hostile' the environment was. Her revelations come after comments made by ITV's Lorraine Kelly (top centre) made headlines as she snubbed Tory hopeful Esther McVey (right, during covering Fiona Phillips' maternity leave) during an awkward TV segment with Piers Morgan. Now, Anthea, who had previously been one of GMTV's biggest stars told Best magazine she struggled during her time on the show and was often put down by producers, and was made to feel 'inferior'. Anthea joined the show in 1994 after a two-year stint hosting children's show Blue Peter from 1992-1994.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: In London, people with 'alleged mental health issues' will even be exempted from paying the congestion charge and the ludicrous low emissions zone ransom.

The boyfriend posted in the Adelaide Rental Property Facebook page on Monday looking for a room and saying that his single. His girlfriend found out and wrote a scathing response.

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has warned two thirds of the UK's most disadvantaged children are white British - and all too often are ignored.

More middle aged money mules are being recruited online and used for their bank account and clean criminal backgrounds. A report found a 35% year-on-year increase in 40 to 60-year-olds involved.

Pentagon reveals color pictures which it says PROVES Iran attacked tankers in the Gulf

Donald Trump's acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan said the new troops would be for 'defensive purposes to address air, naval, and ground-based threats in the Middle East.' The military says the photos taken from a Navy helicopter show Iranian forces removing an unexploded mine from the Kokuka Courageous. Allies had demanded more proof of Iran's guilt. The footage, taken from a helicopter, is far better than the grainy black and white images released last week. It showed (bottom left) an Iranian armed patrol boat; (bottom right), its crew alongside the Kokuka Courageous; and (top) the damage afterwards. Central Command also revealed a new timeline of the attacks, which it says backs up its claim Iran carried them out.

Thirty years ago the fall of the Berlin Wall cemented for a generation the link between economic freedom and the enjoyment of a better life. But we cannot be complacent.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth say the evolutionary step took around 33,000 years - dating back from when our ancestors first started to domesticate wolves.

Adorable new road signs will warn drivers of small animals in the road. They will be placed in areas with high accident rates and large numbers of small wildlife- including otters, squirrels and badgers.

Charity slams Love Island over 'controlling' relationship between Joe and Lucie - as fans demand show bosses step in to halt 'abuse' and Ofcom receives hundreds of complaints in just TWO DAYS

Adina Claire from domestic abuse charity Women's Aid blasted Lucie's partner Joe Garratt for his interactions with her - which has already provoked hundreds of Ofcom complaints from viewers. Love Island has been plunged into crisis this week after 302 complaints came in relation to the treatment of surfer Lucie by the other Islanders after she was reduced to tears after a row with Amy Hart. Viewers also criticised Lucie's partner Joe Garratt, who has been branded 'controlling' and 'manipulative' after telling Lucie to spend more time with the girls in the villa rather than her friend Tommy.

Researchers from the University of Nottingham studied more than 2,000 minutes of clips from shows including Love Island, The Only Way is Essex, Geordie Shore and Celebrity Big Brother.

Harvey Weinstein is being sued by his ex-assistant who worked for his Soho, London firm for £300,000. She has accused him of sexual assaulting her in hotels in London and the US.

Miss Rani, 41, told Channel 4's Diverse festival in Bradford yesterday that as an Asian woman, 'I'm expected to explain why I should be presenting something much more than others'.

Rory Stewart, the maverick Tory leadership contender: 'My campaign is run by my wife'

JOHN STEVENS: The UK's International Development Secretary, who only entered Cabinet last month, is already the 'breakout star 'of this Tory leadership campaign. His nationwide 'listening' tour, his slick deployment of social media and stunts including his appearance at Speakers' Corner have been widely praised. But his performance during the leadership debate on Channel 4 on Sunday evening - calm, refreshingly measured in his arguments, humorous and genuinely engaged - has seen him surging to second favourite at the bookmakers. 'I have to show you this, it's my greatest moment,' he tells me laughing, referring to the moment he accused his fellow contenders of an excess of 'machismo' - and won a heartfelt round of applause from the studio audience.

Barely hours after bickering on Channel 4's live debate (pictured), Conservative leadership candidates submitted himself for a grilling by the UK's parliamentary lobby reporters.

The nickname was attached to the leadership candidate after he replaced David Davis in the key Cabinet role last year - before quitting months later in protest at Theresa May's Brexit plan.

And at least one female MP revealed to her that her gender was a problem, according to a source close to to the ex-minister, in a sign of Theresa May's toxic legacy over Brexit.

Boris Johnson under pressure to say how many children he has

Boris Johnson's allies were grilled by the BBC's Emma Barnett and ITV's Piers Morgan today as the former foreign secretary was criticised for failing to answer questions about his personal life. Supporters of Mr Johnson said he was 'well within his rights' to want to keep his family life private.

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt ignored the convention that the Commons Speaker is not criticised, complaining that he had been 'furthering a particular political agenda'.

The US president renewed his feud with the London mayor yesterday, describing him as a 'national disgrace' having previously argued that the capital 'needs a new mayor ASAP'.

MH370 pilot was 'in a bad marriage' and 'had been sleeping with flight attendants'

Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah (pictured left) was the pilot-in-command when the plane carrying 238 other passengers and crew vanished in March 2014. The Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 (stock image inset left) is thought to have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, and a safety report in July last year, revealed the plane was likely steered off course deliberately, before being flown for several hours. On the night the aircraft went missing the controls were seized in the cockpit between 1.10am, when the plane was at around 35,000ft, until 1.21am when it disappeared from the radar. Electrical engineer Mike Exner said the plane climbed to 40,000ft in 'causing the rapid incapacitation and death of everyone in the cabin.' Pictured top right: Catherine Gang, whose husband Li Zhi was on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, holds a banner in Beijing in March 2015. Pictured bottom right: A Boeing 777 flaperon cut down to match the one from flight MH370 found on Reunion island off the coast of Africa in 2015, is lowered into water to discover its drift characteristics.

The warning about the listeria bug that has killed five patients over the past few weeks was issued by the British Sandwich Association and endorsed by the Food Standards Agency.

Whatever this was, it wasn't nutritious. I was reminded of Smash, the heavily-processed dried potato flakes of yesteryear. Yet Smash was practically cordon bleu compared to Britain's NHS version.

Last week it was revealed five people had died in several different hospitals across the UK after eating sandwiches supplied by Staffordshire-based company The Good Food Chain.

Catherine Farrer from Dulwich, London, is pictured with her daughter Kate, 4, who is a Cystic Fibrosis sufferer. Caring for Kate has exposed her to the worrying realities of antibiotic resistance.

Last of a dynasty: The story behind 'poor little rich girl' Gloria Vanderbilt who died

'The poor little rich girl' and grand dame of society, Gloria Laura Vanderbilt, main in 1966, passed away at the age of 95 on Monday from stomach cancer. Vanderbilt was born into unimaginable wealth on February 20, 1924 as the heiress to the Vanderbilt railroad fortune; her life story is one marked by privilege, glamour, powerful friends, famous lovers, and penetrating sadness. 'She wanted to feel it all, she wanted to feel life's pleasures, its pains as well,' said her son, Anderson Cooper, seen bottom right with her. She was a mother, designer, philanthropist, writer, artist, and actress - a veritable Renaissance woman. Scandal marked Gloria's early life after her father Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt, a drinker and gambler, frittered away his inheritance and died when she was just 18 months old. Too young to take control of her trust, her mother, Gloria Morgan, spent the money on herself and partied her way across Europe. Gloria's aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, sued for custody in 1934, earning her the nickname, 'poor little rich girl.' Vanderbilt married four times, and dated celebrities, such as Frank Sinatra, top right. Her family's fortune began with her great-great-great grandfather Cornelius Vanderbilt, top left, who built a shipping and railroad empire. When he died on January 4, 1877, his fortune was estimated to be $100 million.

DOMINIC SANDBROOK: For with the taxman greedily eyeing your hard-won savings, a Corbyn government would stand in unashamed opposition to the principle of looking after your family.

Why do people cough so much in theatres, but so little in cinemas? I puzzled over this while watching President Trump as he became irritated at the coughing from his White House Chief of Staff.

Ringo of the ISIS Beatles gang reveals he saved Jihadi John's life before he executed

A member of the ISIS Beatles gang has revealed he saved Jihadi John's life before he went on to execute Western hostages. Alexanda Kotey (left), also known as Ringo, had allowed fellow Brit Jihadi John to rise in the ISIS ranks, becoming the caliphate's executioner, by saving his life on the battlefield. Kotey, 35, has now revealed all about his friendship with fellow Londoner Mohammed Emwazi (top right), in a shocking jail confession. He also told how many of the execution orders had been spent specifically by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (bottom right).

Jessica Duckworth, 23, from Padiham, near Burnley, but thought to have been recently living in West Yorkshire, died a short time after police officers were called to the bridge at 1am.

Shoppers have slammed UK-based online retailer Missguided for selling a £1 black bikini. Several people questioned how the 85 per cent polyester garment can be sustainable.

The UK's Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is calling on doctors not to always induce pregnant women if they do not go into labour despite their waters breaking at just 34 weeks.

The UN Population Division has released its biennial prospects for fertility rates and population changes around the world, estimating the population will swell to 10.9 billion by 2100.

Frustrated parents share their teenage children's untidy bedroom horrors

Campbell posted a tweet to his 141,300 followers on Monday showing the teenager's untidy room adding that the mess had 'really p*****' him off. But soon afterwards, frustrated Twitter users began to pile in with pictures of their own children's messes. One user uploaded a picture showing clothes covering almost every surface in a bedroom with the caption: 'Mate, that's nothing. Amateurish even. THIS is untidy!' While another posted a picture of mess on the floor she claimed had been created by her medical student son within minutes of him arriving home.

Ticketing service TickPick surveyed 1,010 on their music and sexual preferences. An astounding 17 per cent of people confessed to listening to their AirPods during sex with a partner.

The Queen makes kings of Spain and Netherlands Knights of the Garter

The Queen has welcomed King Felipe of Spain and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands to Windsor today to officially make them 'Stranger' Knights of the Garter. The pair were given the 'Supernumerary' honour which is reserved for foreign royals in recognition of their friendship with Britain but does not make them official members of the Order of the Garter, which has a limit of 24 people. The kings were joined by their wives Queen Letizia of Spain (right with her husband and The Queen) and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands (left with her husband and The Queen) for what is one of the grandest events in the Royal calendar, while the Queen is being accompanied by several senior Royals and other members of the Order.

Andrew Ferguson, the only son of Sarah's late father, Sir Ronald Ferguson, married flame-haired beauty Florence Hill, of Lincolnshire, on Saturday. Fergie shared a photo of the nuptials online.

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: The Duke of York invited the senior official to his Windsor home, Royal Lodge, for the friendly get-together.

Supporters turn out to mourn Mohamed Morsi after the ousted Egyptian president collapsed and died during his espionage trial - moments after telling court he could reveal 'many secrets' 

Supporters turned out in their masses last night to mourn the death of Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi (left in court in 2016). The Muslim Brotherhood leader had risen to office in the country's first elections in 2012 and was ousted a year later by the military. He collapsed in court and died, just before telling an espionage trial that he could reveal 'many secrets' , but that they would breach the country's national security. State TV said Mr Morsi died before he could be taken to hospital. Mourners from Istanbul (bottom right) to Jerusalem performed prayers in absentia for the former president. This is while Morsi's son Ahmed posted on Facebook after his father's death saying 'he would meet his father in heaven' (bottom left). Pictured top right, Morsi supporters clashing with riot police in Cairo in 2013.

The High Court in London (pictured) heard that the Government's powers, which include the interception of the private information of the entire population, are unlawfully wide.

Gurinder Chadha, who is best known for writing and directing Bend it Like Beckham said she thought teachers avoided the topic as they were 'frightened of telling the truth' in multi-cultural classrooms.

Dentist Aileen Hopkins has been struck off after one of her three dogs which she kept at her surgery bit an inspector's leg at the South Way Surgery in Newhaven, East Sussex.

'This is life changing!' Genius kitchen hack reveals how you can peel garlic cloves in SECONDS using nothing but a small knife

A Twitter user shared on Sunday a trick to getting cloves of garlic out of the peel. The hack entails sticking a paring into cloves to remove them from the head. In a video, it shows someone removing multiple cloves in seconds. People commended the hack online and wanted to know if it would work. The video has since been viewed more than 4.9 million times online.

Justice Secretary David Gauke is considering plans to give female prisoners around the UK mobile phones as a way for them to maintain family and to help stop them from reoffending.

Couple buy £250,000 three-bedroom 'dream' home only to find driveway is too narrow for

Saika Ali, 43, and husband Muazzam, 43,(pictured) purchased their three-bed property in Great Barr, north west Birmingham, for £250,000 back in November but were shocked to discover their 8ft-wide driveway (left and top right) was totally unusable after they could not get in or out of their BMW once parked in the drive. The couple say they have endured seven months of 'pure hell' as developers continue to carry out building works after promising to widen the very narrow drive. Mrs Ali said she has had to take 20 days off work to deal with the driveway dilemma and will be asking for compensation to the tune of £4,000. Fellow neighbours Zena and Paul Jones also found they were unable to use the driveway on their property on the Fore Medows development where 249 homes will stand once completed.

Brammall, the former Commander-in-Chief of the Army, was accused of sexual abuse. Carl Beech, who now denies perverting the course of justice at Newcastle Crown Court.

The head of the Isle of Wight festival has slammed Jess Glynne's 'shocking behaviour' after she failed to take to the stage for her scheduled performance on Sunday night. 

Bella Hadid apologizes for 'honest mistake' after being accused of disrespecting Saudi

Bella Hadid has issued an apology via Twitter after a social media post over the weekend sparked outrage among her fans in the Middle East. The model, 22, shared an image to her Instagram Stories showing the heel of her shoe up against an airport window seemingly 'kicking' planes that had the Saudi and UAE flags on them. After the hashtag #BellaHadidIsRacist went viral, Bella tweeted a statement on Monday insisting the image she shared had 'NOTHING to do with politics.' 'I never noticed the planes in the background and that is the truth. I would never mean to disrespect these airlines, let alone these amazing countries,' she said.



Images show newlywed Caroline Wozniacki dazzling in her wedding dress

The 28-year-old tied the knot with 36-year-old retired NBA player David in Siena, Tuscany over the weekend, and images taken during the celebrations show Caroline toasting with guests including tennis pros Aga and Urszula Radwanska (right) and Angelique Kerber (left). The ceremony took place at Castiglion del Bosco in the scenic province of Siena in Tuscany, and saw Serena Williams serving as a bridesmaid. Prior to the ceremony, The Australian Open winner opened up about her plans to Vogue, revealing that editor-in-chief Anna Wintour helped her to plan the intimate event. She also shared images from her dress fitting with the Oscar de la Renta team (center), who revealed that the then-bride-to-be was incredibly clear about the vision for her ethereal gown, making the process of designing it easy and fuss-free.

SCOTUS has thrown out a judgment against Aaron and Melissa Klein, the former owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa in the Portland, Oregon, for refusing to make a same-sex wedding cake in 2013.

Shoppers from across the UK have praised Kellogg's for its new White Choco Coco Pops, claiming they 'are going to be next best thing since sliced bread'. The cereal is available to buy in Tesco and Asda.

Craig Barstow and Craig Fletcher jailed for life for filming torture killing of Gavin

Craig Barstow, 31 (top left), and Craig Fletcher, 33 (bottom left), have been jailed for life for the brutal killing of Gavin Barnes, 35 (right inset) in a Middlesbrough flat on Boxing Day last year (main image of forensics at the scene). The men filmed the three-hour torture and murder on a mobile phone, footage shown in Teeside Crown Court shows them degrading and sadistic Mr Barnes' lifeless body while laughing. Barstow was given a life sentence with a minimum term of 26-and-a-half years. Fletcher was also handed a life sentence, with a 25 years minimum term.

Europol has suggested putting less money in ATM machines as a way to curb cashpoint robberies after numbers soared from 400 in 2014 to 841 last year.

Scientists have revealed that Boaty McBoatface's first mission, which took place in April 2017, involved studied the changing temperatures at the bottom of the Southern Ocean.

Patients who had experienced lower back pain for up to 24 years - and had not benefited from other treatments - were helped by the device, according to a recent study.

Speaking to FEMAIL, Australian dietitian Leanne Ward separated fact from fiction when it comes to celery juice - and revealed whether you should really be incorporating it into your diet.

Uncle and his nephew caught on CCTV illegally dumping loads of rubbish in Edmonton

Thomas Stokes, 51, and his nephew Brian, 32, were caught on CCTV illegally dumping four loads of construction waste from their black and white tipper truck at Stonehill Business Park in Edmonton, north London (main). The waste dumped could not be accurately weighed as the fly-tipping site had also been used illegally by others for several months (top left). Thomas Stokes was sentenced to 100 hours community work, to pay £500 in costs as well as a victim surcharge of £85. Brian was also ordered to pay costs of £500 and a victim surcharge of £85. The convictions came as part of 'Operation Angola', a joint effort by the Environment Agency and other agencies to target gangs of criminals who dump waste across the South East (top right).

Many Aboriginal cultures have strong oral histories of their distant ancestors having arrived from the north. Now Australian researchers have used modelling to explore which route they took.

The site, which is subject to testing, could contain 189bn cubic feet of gas, enough to power around 3.2m households for a year, bringing in sales worth £947m at today's gas prices.

Deaf teacher is able to keep working after bringing in a hearing dog

Graham Sage's Cocker Spaniel Jovi alerts him with a tap if a pupil raises their hand when his back is turned, and lets him know when the school bell rings. Mr Sage, 29, (with Jovi, left, and in the classroom, right) who works at Moulsford Preparatory School in Wallingford, Oxford, says the faithful hound helps him lead a 'normal' life and has allowed him to follow his dream of being a teacher. He has been slowly going deaf since adolescence, but he realised after a few years teaching that it was becoming a problem and was more difficult than it should have been. Mr Sage said: 'There were occasions when the fire alarm would go off in a lesson and I couldn't hear it. But now, Jovi comes into all of my classrooms. The boys love it, they always take a chance to go over to him and stroke him and even say goodbye to him at the end of the day. 'My job would definitely be a lot harder without him. He's very placid and likes to sleep a lot, he's always keen to do whatever you ask him to.'

Over the past decade, scientists have established that AGEs can provoke the body to react defensively, creating dangerous chronic inflammation, particularly in our vital organs.

When Joe Booth, 65, of Aldringham, Suffolk, was bending over to pick up a heavy shopping bag, there was a sharp jolt in his lower back.

DR MARTIN SCURR: Verrucas are simply the name given to warts that occur on the base of the feet - these grow into the skin, owing to the pressure they're under.

The jaw-dropping photo was captured by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) instrument on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter earlier this year.

Greek media reported that the tragedy occurred on Saturday morning when the boy woke up before his parents and got into the pool alone.

Singer Boy George reveals Sophie Turner will play him in a new biopic

Singer Boy George has confirmed he will be the next musician to get a biopic made about him from Hollywood studio. And on Monday, the Culture Club frontman dropped another bombshell when he confirmed he was to be portrayed by Game of Thrones star, Sophie Turner, 22.  Speaking to Nova's Fitzy and Wippa, the UK singer lauded the project and the possible portrayal by the blonde starlet. 

Britons aged 60 plus are most at risk, while those under 21 are considered vulnerable. The total number of cases recorded by a fraud prevention service increased by 8 per cent in 2018.

Hospital staff in Britain are struggling with the physical strain of handling severely overweight women as soaring obesity levels mean half of mothers-to-be are now too fat.

While enjoying the sun at a beach, thought to be in the US, these friends took an opportunity to impress sunbathing girls by performing synchronised backflips.

Dr Kenneth L Davis, CEO of Mount Sinai Health System, and Dr Mary Jeanne Kreek, of Rockefeller University, warn the studies we do have all show weed deals a blow to teen brains.

UK MPs from all parties had argued that a 1p charge per item would help fund the collection and recycling of the mountain of cheap clothing that is thrown away every year.

The social media giant will begin ranking comments on public posts to display 'relevant' content more prominently. It hopes the move will also make conversations more 'meaningful.'

Milky Way over a Bavarian mountain

The 8th edition of the contest, organised by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in south east London, saw 4,600 hopefuls submit their best snaps of the sky at night as seen from 90 countries. Shortlisted pictures include an Aurora shaped like a bird spreading its wings and flying over a destroyed military hydroelectric station in Murmansk, Russia, and the remarkable Horsehead Nebula. There are nine categories: skyscapes, aurorae, people and space, our sun, our moon, planets, comets and asteroids, stars and nebulae, galaxies, and the young astronomy photographer of the year for under 16s. Bottom right: the Helix Nebula - or NGC 7293. It has also been nicknamed the 'eye of Sauron' from J.R.R. Tolkein's Lord of the Rings. Bottom left: A solar prominence, a gaseous feature coming from the Sun's surface. Top left: NGC 6357, also known as the Lobster nebula. Top right: The starry night can be seen above Mount Hooker in Wyoming.

Eleanor Lutz, from the University of Washington, transforms public data sets into beautiful scientific drawings and animations. In one, she has created a map of the asteroids in the solar system.

Researchers from Hampton University in Virginia suggest that clouds on Mars from dust created by space debris slamming into the planet's atmosphere about 18 miles above the surface.

On Monday night it emerged Romulo Rodgrigues da Costa had been held by anti-terror police in Portugal. His brother Celso (pictured) was a known associate of Jihadi John.

One of the most valuable clocks ever to appear at auction, The King William & Queen Mary Royal Tompion, leads the sale of The Clive Collection of Exceptional Clocks in London tomorrow.

The 10 year Nato security clearance for Afghan interpreters who severed alongside British troops is under review after defence minister Lord Howe called it and 'an absolute travesty'.

An eighth American tourist has died in mysterious circumstances while vacationing in the Dominican Republic. Joseph Allen, 55, of New Jersey, was found dead in his hotel room.

India Oxenberg seen for the first time since escaping Nxivm at Keith Raniere court hearing

India Oxenberg arrived in federal court on Monday for the closing arguments in the case against Keith Raniere, the man who was formerly her master in the Nxivm sex slave cult DOS. Photos obtained exclusively by show a smiling India and her mother, actress Catherine Oxenberg, heading into the courtroom with their attorney. This is the first time India, 27, has been seen since leaving the cult and reuniting with her family. It will also mark the first time that India has come face-to-face with Raniere since his arrest back in March 2018, with India believed to have be one of the women at the Mexican villa where the defendant had been trying to hideout from authorities to avoid extradition. India was also one of the many DOS members to have Raniere's initials branded on her body during a bizarre and excruciatingly painful ceremony.

Alana Kuti, 20, and Benjamin Bateman, 19, held an imitation pistol to Alex Landless' chest and demanded cash at Banstead railway station in Surrey on May 16 last year.

Esmae-Sherren Bonser, three, was flung head first from her father's shoulders and into a trailer at the Picnic in the Park event in Howden, East Riding after a freak 'tornado' struck.

Disgraced Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's wife in tearful plea for husband's freedom 

Carole Ghosn, 52, (right) has not seen her husband, Carlos (left), the fallen Nissan boss, since prosecutors stormed their apartment in Japan in the early hours of April 4 and arrested him on charges of misconduct. Although he has since been freed on bail ahead of his trial, his second wife claims that the conditions of his release prevent him from speaking to her. She is now campaigning for her husband's case to be raised with Japan's President Shinzo Abe at a G20 world leaders summit in Tokyo later this month.

Phoebe Smith, 11, is facing a possible three-hour round trip to school in Sutton Coldfield after being offered a place at her sixth choice secondary school for next year.

The courier, 28, was on his way home on his motorbike on Coopers Bank Road, in Birmingham, this afternoon when he noticed a car driving alongside him.

A report said the NHS is failing to improve. GPs are often the first port-of-call but many don't understand eating disorders, while waiting lists in the UK are 'unacceptably long'.

Theresa May announced the extra funds by 2023 to mark the NHS's 70th anniversary last year. The cash will boost the UK's health budget which currently stands at £127billion a year.

Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan kisses his beautiful bride Betty Vardanyan

Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan married Betty Vardanyan in a romantic ceremony in Venice, Italy on Monday. The good looking pair, 30, were the picture of true love when they boarded a water taxi to head to their wedding reception. Betty, the daughter of Armenian politician Mikael Vardanyan, was every inch the blushing bride with her stunning ivory dress, glistening tiara and extravagant veil.

Dungarthill House in Dunkeld, Pethshire, boasts 11 bedrooms, a billiards room and 29 acres of land and is available for the same price as a one-bedroom flat in Knightsbridge, London.

The 65,000-tonne warship dwarfed swimmers at the mouth of Portsmouth Harbour as it embarked on a five weeks of sea trials and training before it sails to the US later this summer.

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Revamped Top Gear team spray-paint the LGBT rainbow flag on cars used for filming in

Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff, who hosts the show with Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris, revealed they have decided against cutting the film from the new series. He said: 'We would never have filmed in Brunei had the law been announced beforehand. No one deserves to be stoned to death, whoever they love. Love is love'. But critics have pointed out that the country's implementation of strict sharia laws began in 2014 when crimes such as murder, terrorism, drug trafficking, arson, kidnap, treason and perjury became punishable by hanging or stoning. The last execution was in 2017 and around six people are understood to be on death row. Mr Flintoff said today: ' Even though it has since been claimed that the laws will not be enforced, the threat still stands, and even the threat is an appalling abuse of human rights'. Top Gear's statement has been hailed by campaigners, with many calling it a welcome change from the non-PC years when Top Gear was made by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, who moved to Amazon. But one critic said the car painting, however welcome, had 'the distinctive aroma of damage control'. Last night's Top Gear debut pulled in an average overnight audience of 2.5 million viewers, the BBC has said.

The online stream of regional minister Shaukat Yousafzai speaking with journalists went viral in Pakistan after a member of his social media team accidentally activated the filter on the social network.

Charlotte Brooks, 30, from Blackpool, wanted to lose some weight but her four-months old baby Mylah would get agitated when she tried to exercise, so she found a fun way to involve her.

PAUL THOMAS on... Britain's potty cannabis laws

'It's your unlucky day - I'm the last cop in the county who remembers cannabis is illegal'

Flats with stunning views of millionaire's seaside resort Sandbanks on the market for £1.3

Eight brand new apartments on the water's edge at Poole Harbour have gone on the market for upwards of £1.3million, and four of them have already been snapped up within weeks of their launch. The luxury flats boast stunning views over Britain's most exclusive resort of Sandbanks with its Millionaire's Row (bottom right). Each of the flats has a balcony (top right) and direct access to the harbour via a jetty (top left), as well as being beautifully furnished inside (bottom left).



The stuff of nightmares! Husband and wife stumble across a spider eating an entire POSSUM

Justine Latton and her husband from Tasmania were on a road trip to Mt Field over the weekend when they came across the extraordinary scene. She posted the photo of the spider devouring the pygmy possum to Tasmanian insects and spiders Facebook page.

Nine-month-old T-noi tried to chase away a barking dog, but slipped on the muddy ground at the Rai Aomgord Phu Kao Organic Farm in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand.

A grey whale calf approached a boat in San Ignacio Lagoon, Mexico, where Christian Miller was on an expedition. The lagoon's warm and shallow waters provide a perfect habitat for the mammals.

Mesmerising footage shows the moment divers find century-old shipwreck which claimed the lives of 14 crewmen - but the captain miraculously survived

A shipwreck (left) of a tug boat which was lost to the ocean a century ago has been found by a team of divers off the coast of South Australia. On July 9, 1917 the tug boat Nyora (pictured right 1917 and left 2019) was ferrying an American four masted motor sailing ship, the 'Astoria', back to Sydney when a wild storm caught them off the South Australian coastline. The video shows the century old shipwreck almost completely swallowed by the ocean floor after resting there for 102 years, its portholes still easily identifiable. As the two boats were 50km off of Cape Jaffa the Nyora started to list in heavy swell forcing the crew to cut the tow line in an attempt to save both vessels. Sadly the crew weren't able to save the Nyora after a large wave smashed into the engine room of the vessel and started to sing it stern first.