- Paris police chief Christian Sainte received a call just after the £8.5million heist and was told a woman called Kim Kardashian had been a victim of an armed robbery - but he didn't know who she was.
- Murder-accused Rurik Jutting, 31 grew up in Surrey before attending prestigious boarding school Winchester College and winning a place at the University of Cambridge.
- They will face up to five years in jail if they break orders intended to stop them from grooming children or using the internet to view child pornography, new rules for the courts said.
- Shocking video footage shows McDonald's employees brutally attack a customer after he allegedly racially abused the workers by calling them 'f****** P***s' in Bow, east London.
- : Is there no end to the sanctimonious posturing of self-important celebrities like Gary Lineker and Left-wing politicians like shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott?
- He rented a home previously valued at £100million during his recent visit to London. So Justin Bieber had high standards to match for his short stay up North.
- TOBY YOUNG says Ken Loach’s indictment of Tory Britain, I, Daniel Blake, is a 140-minute civics lesson.
He says it is aninaccurate portrait of benefits Britain, and should be called a ‘romantic comedy’.
- The age when we typically find the 'roles of care' are reversed and we start looking after our parents is 49, a new poll suggests.The survey of 2,000 UK adults was commissioned by My Nametags.
- Sterling’s fall from $1.50 to $1.22 against the dollar has made UK goods much more attractive to overseas buyers, says a CBI survey. Exports are now rising at their fastest pace in two-and-a-half years.
- Nearly a third of teachers who began work in England's state schools in 2010 were not in the classroom five years later, official figures have revealed.
- Diane Abbott (pictured) sparked anger yesterday after she said she felt ‘ashamed’ to be British when MPs called for the age of migrants to be assessed using dental checks
- in a U-turn yesterday, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announced 20 soldiers will return to the region to start the training again but recruits will be subject to ‘strict vetting procedures’.
- Bingo adverts broadcast on UK television during the day could be banned as part of a major Government crackdown on gambling along with fixed-odds betting terminals.
- A man can be seen brandishing the deadly weapon during a violent struggle in front of horrified travellers
- Culture Secretary Karen Bradley yesterday signalled that the Government had serious doubts about legislation that would force the UK Press to sign up to a new State-backed regulator.
- Insurance companies are charging drivers an extra £73 a year just for choosing to pay monthly, according to a report. It says insurance companies are raking in an extra £1.5billion a year.
- Market leader Heinz took the biggest hit with a hefty £27.4 million in losses as a study showed that tinned soup is seen as having an ageing demographic with younger people turning their backs on it.
- After customers have paid for items at the checkout, they tap their debit or credit card on a separate terminal at the till, which sends a digital receipt to a pre-installed phone app.
- Two British tourists have contracted the Zika virus after travelling to Florida, US, and pregnant women have been advised to cancel all 'non-essential' travel to the American state.
Criminals left girl, 13, with 'catastrophic' injuries after crashing stolen car at 80mph during police chaseDad Paul Pratt told how he believed his daughter Natasha was dead after Elias Morgan and Lee Browne smashed into their van
- A study said 33 per cent of employees worry that their boss thinks work should come before their family. The same share believe their managers think they should be on call 24 hours a day (file photo).
- Brains get slacker with age in much the same way as the skin, new research shows.
- Damon Smith, 19, who was arrested after a 'suspicious device' was found on the Tube in London, is said to have been considering converting to Islam.
- Traffic fumes and noise both increase a person’s risk of what doctors call hypertension - which in turn raises the risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
- A third runway at Heathrow is set to be given the go-ahead today after Cabinet ministers signalled the Government will back the findings of an independent review, the Davies Report.
- TV presenter Gareth Malone has lamented a sound trick called audio compression, which he blames for making ‘everything loud’.
- Scientists tracked more than 3,000 heart patients for eight years after they had either a heart bypass or a procedure to fit a stent in a major artery and found those that took medication were more likely to survive.
- Despite leaving wife of more than 25 years Lynne Corlett for a man - Michael Simpson - in 2006, UK singer Pete Burns managed to keep on good terms with both up until his death on Sunday.
- The global study, published in the medical journal BMJ Open, warned that women risk paying the price with their health as campaigners said the trend is being driven by a British ‘wine o’clock’ culture.
- Scores of middle class British Left-wing ‘No Borders’ activists, who were thrown out of the Jungle on Sunday night by police, are still in Calais plotting how to fight the closure of the Jungle.
- Broadcast regulator Ofcom is assessing the complaints made by viewers after the BBC aired what some campaigners have described as a rape scene in the hit BBC.
- Researchers claim the sessions are twice as effective. Although slimming courses are free on the NHS, doctors are reluctant to refer obese patients in case they upset them.
- Childhood obesity leads to a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes and lower life expectancy, even when children who were obese lose weight in adulthood
Lord Sugar gives Pride of Britain Award to a little girl who'd put his Apprentice contestants to shameRhea Kara, 11, will be honoured as the Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year for her work on Rett Syndrome
- Migrants in the Calais Jungle camp last night insisted they would ‘rather die’ than give up their dreams of reaching Britain. A 300-strong group broke into chants of: 'UK, UK, UK!'
- Legendary comedy writer, who died this week aged 93, was behind a host of shows that were watched by millions
- But the comedian and the long-distance runner were pipped to the top spot by cyber security expert and philanthropist Tom Ilube
Culture Secretary to review further press regulation, saying 'I don't want to drive papers out of business'Karen Bradley has expressed concern that this country keeps a 'free, vibrant local newspaper
Nicola Sturgeon slams Theresa May's 'deeply frustrating' Brexit summit as meeting with UK leaders collapsesThe Scottish First Minister said the Prime Minister has no plan for leaving the EU
- Razvan Rusu, 30, injured two drivers and caused a pile-up when he crashed into slow-moving traffic on the M1, in Edgware, north London, after driving for more than a mile while on his phone, a court heard.
- The questions were contained in a survey sent to homeowners in Sudbury, Suffolk, which also asked if they had HIV or mental health conditions, and their religion and race.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign fundraising scandal over claims supporters would take forbidden donations from foreign backersUS laws prohibit such donations, but reporters posing as agents for a Chinese supporter claim the Republican campaign was prepared to accept $2million in return for giving them “influence”
- Britain is footing a £36million bill for the closure of the Jungle migrant camp in Calais. The UK has already pledged £80million to pay private security firms to patrol French ports.
- Laughlin could help deliver a punch to the Washington elite when the country goes to the polls
- Living wills - the documents by which sick patients can give advance orders to doctors to end their lives - must no longer be obeyed by the medical profession, judges have ordered.
- The illacme tobini was discovered in caves of the Sierra Nevada desert in Spain though its exact location has not yet been released
Shocked 20-year-old beauty queen told to 'stop EATING breakfast and only eat salad for lunch' ahead of contestFormer gymnast and pole vaulter Arna Ýr Jónsdóttir claims she was told to just have a salad for lunch by Miss Grand International founder and Thai TV presenter Nawat Itsaragrisil
Mysterious fleet of 'ghost ships' from Middle Ages discovered preserved in 'dead zone' at bottom of Black SeaArcheologists have believed there was a ‘dead zone’ beneath the surface containing dozens of vessels from the Ottoman and Byzantine periods but had not yet recovered evidence proving its existence
- Friends have been left devastated by the death of 19-year-old Harry Davies who died at the scene on Saturday night
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