- Facebook has internal guidelines which are not publicly available on moderation. Some of the site's users, main, have shared stories of receiving bans. Founder Mark Zuckerberg is inset.
- Frank, escaped with a broken foot and back left leg and a few missing teeth after the ordeal left him on the beach below with the tide quickly coming in.
- Wholesalers have warned that there may be beer shortages across the UK in the wake of high demand from the hospitality sector and a lack of drivers.
- Roy is a far cry from the person he used to be (Picture: ITV)It’s hard to believe Roy Cropper (David Neilson) has been in Coronation Street since 1995! The café owner has taken so many characters under his wing and always seems to find himself involved in the latest Weatherfield drama.Throughout Roy’s time on the cobbles, we’ve learnt so much about him. His relationship with Hayley (Julie Hesmondhalgh) is one that will go down in Corrie history, we discovered this belove
- Model Stacy Dolan was stabbed by Sharon Mather in a late-night attack over a money dispute in Greater Manchester. Mather was jailed for five and a half years after being convicted of GBH
- People queue at UK border control at Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport on February 11 (Picture: Getty)Holidaymakers could find themselves facing long queues at Heathrow Airport after travel opens up later this month.As well as increased checks due to coronavirus, a union official has claimed that the lack of wraparound perspex screens is slowing things down.Immigration Services Union professional officer Lucy Moreton said that people could end up waiting in line for ten hours.She told The Mail on S
- A five-time Lotto winner from Sydney who won $2.5million has revealed he has been 'to hell and back' after the windfall. His former lover has accused him of being 'abusive' and squandering his millions.
- President Vladimir Putin on Sunday vowed that Russia will 'firmly' defend national interests and denounced the return of 'Russophobia' during the Victory Day Parade in Moscow on Sunday.
- Nicola Sturgeon warned the UK government against going to the courts - as minister Michael Gove appeared to signal Downing Street would not launch a legal fight
- Paula Smith, 50, says her first extraterrestrial experience happened when she was a little girl. Since then, she claims, she has been abducted more than 50 times
Ashley Cain thanks people for support as he finds it ‘difficult to talk’ after baby daughter Azaylia’s deathAshley Cain is struggling after the death of his daughter Azaylia (Picture: Instagram / ashleycain)Ashley Cain has thanked people for their outpouring of support following the death of his baby daughter Azaylia from acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) in April.The Ex On The Beach star said it was ‘difficult to talk’ after Azaylia’s death but said the love and support he and girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee had received was ‘incredible’.In an emotional message on Instagram he sa
- An undercover investigation claims the Queen's cousin Prince Michael of Kent said he could be hired for £10,000 a day to make "confidential" representations to Russia President Vladimir Putin's regime
- Nicola Sturgeon, left, and Mark Drakeford, right, are to discuss the future of the UK (Picture: AFP/ Getty/ Rex Features)Boris Johnson has invited the re-elected leaders of Scotland and Wales to crisis talks on the future of the country as he described the UK as stronger together.The Prime Minister has written to both Nicola Sturgeon and Mark Drakeford, to invite them to ‘discuss our shared challenges’, as he described the vaccine rollout as an example of ‘Team UK in action&rsq
- The striker does not want a second season outside the Champions League (Picture: Getty)Harry Kane is ready to ask Tottenham to consider transfer offers for him this summer amid rumours Manchester United are preparing a club-record bid worth in excess of £90million.The 27-year-old is both the leading goalscorer and assister in the Premier League this season, involved in 34 goals in just 32 games, but Spurs have struggled despite their firepower up top.Defeat away to Leeds United on Saturday
- JOHN DENHAM: Where Hartlepool leads, England could now follow. And for Labour, that means not just more years out of government. It could mean the end of the party as a national political force.
- Sir Keir Starmer (right) with Labour Deputy Leader, Angela Rayner (PA)Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is set to carry out a reshuffle of his shadow cabinet today, according to reports. Sir Keir will make changes to his team after Labour’s poor performance across its so-called ‘red wall’ of traditional heartlands in England during the Super Thursday local elections.Labour lost control of a host of councils and suffered defeat in the Hartlepool by-election – the first t
- Video footage shows a youth holding a knife whilst knocking down a mannequin at the store on London's Oxford Street yesterday. Several more scuffle before running down the aisle.
- Make your beverages a little extra (Picture: Getty)M&S has pulled it out of the bag with summer treats recently. There are the new fruity gin liqueurs to try, the chocolate s’mores that can be popped on the BBQ and the Colin the Caterpillar mini cake jars – to name a few.But there’s another new product that’s set to be a game-changer for upcoming garden parties. M&S is now selling edible flowers – which are perfect for sprucing up cocktails and foo
- The pair have connected quickly (Picture: @equitality/TikTok)A heartbroken horse has adopted a malnourished foal days after experiencing her own stillborn birth.
The mare, named Citty, sadly lost her foal at birth but her owners Iris and Sanne decided to put her forward as a foster mother.
The foster foal in question is a male whose mum had died as a result of colic. In the aftermath, he was left malnourished and weak, and in desperate need of care.
Iris and Sanne documented the process on their
- The incident happened inside Selfridges on Oxford Street at 7.35pm yesterday, the Metropolitan Police said. A clip shows a man holding a knife as the group argue and shout in the shop
- Michael Gove said 'friendly contact' between people in different households is set to return when the latest stage of the roadmap is reached in a week's time.
- A woman has gone viral on social media after claiming she was able to shave her legs with sandpaper and it's blown her mind that she's been using razors for years
- The move has prompted the Safe Schools Alliance to report Nonsuch High School in Cheam, Surrey to the Department of Education.
- Lebanese businessman Omar Harfouch is helping French prosecutors who are investigating claims of rape and sexual abuse against former Elite agency boss Gérald Marie in the 1980s and 1990s.
- Top ally Michael Gove appeared to confirm there'll be no thorough plan in Tuesday's agenda for the next Parliament - instead saying it's still being 'developed' and Brits will need to wait until later this year
- Will we finally be getting confirmation? (Picture: Getty)Eddie Hearn has hinted an official announcement for Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury is coming next week.The Matchroom chief revealed last month a site deal for the all-British heavyweight unification bout has been agreed with Saudi Arabia set to host the fight.Rumours this week suggested a formal announcement might have followed the super-middleweight clash between Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Billy Joe Saunders, fought in front of 7
- Lynn and Harry Heard, from Redcar, North Yorkshire, have been the victims of a string of "disgusting" attacks in the space of just seven days
- Diane Abbott lashed out at Keir Starmer as she insisted Jeremy Corbyn only led the party to its worst general election defeat since 1935 due to an 'extraordinary media attack'.
- Fed-up locals are rallying for volleyball to be banned on Bondi and Tamarama beaches amid concerns the game poses a danger to other beachgoers.
- An Australian vet dubbed the 'Jungle Doctor' has been working on the Thailand-Myanmar border, fitting prosthetic legs to elephants who have walked over landmines.
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