Have you seen these ravers? (Picture: Avon and Somerset Police)Detectives are on the lookout for these ravers after police were pelted with bottles as they tried to break up a warehouse party.
After catching wind of the event in South Gloucestershire on Halloween, officers were quickly deployed to stop more people entering the warehouse.
But by the time a cordon was in place an estimated 500 and 700 people were already inside, some of whom lobbed objects at police as they tried to do their jobs.
- The Hall of Famer was feeling nostalgic (Photo: WWE)WWE legend Hulk Hogan is in a reflective mood – and has insisted his legacy with ‘live forever’.The 67-year-old Hall of Famer – who is one of the most significant figures in wrestling history – took to social media 37 years to the day after his first world championship victory over the Iron Sheik.Sharing a photo of the dramatic pinfall, he described the memorable moment from Madison Square Garden as a redefining mo
- Sir Kenneth Branagh will put on his political hat as Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Picture: Getty/PA)Thespian Sir Kenneth Branagh is set to play Boris Johnson in an upcoming drama about the coronavirus pandemic.This Sceptred Isle, a show commissioned by Sky, will depict events that occurred during the first wave of the Covid-19 outbreak, following the inner workings of the government at that time and the plight of medical workers on the frontline.The five-part series is based on first-hand testi
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Manchester United to sign Dayot Upamecano (Picture: Getty)Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Manchester United to sign Dayot Upamecano ahead of Premier League rivals Liverpool, according to reports.Jurgen Klopp has identified French centre back Upamecano as a possible target as he tries to bolster his defensive options following the injury crisis at Anfield.But Klopp has all but ruled out the chances of Liverpool signing a defender during the January transfer window, leaving t
- A man has been arrested in connection to the attempted abduction of a five-year-old boy. The child was unharmed after the mother confronted the suspect. CCTV was previously published.
- Sources said Prime Minister Boris Johnson favours a more targeted approach than making all air passengers quarantine. Travellers from Brazil and South Africa will be escorted to hotels.
- Justin Bieber has reflected on his 2014 arrest (Picture: Justin Bieber – Miami Dade Police Department)Justin Bieber has looked back on his arrest in 2014 admitting he’s ‘not proud’ of where he was in his life.
During a trip to Miami, the Sorry hitmaker was charged with drunken driving, resisting arrest and driving without a valid license. He was released on a $2,500 (£1,505) bond.Sharing a photo of the arrest, Bieber wrote on Instagram: ‘7 years
- Detailed blueprints have been drawn up to vaccinate teachers over half term in a bid to reopen schools.The move could prove to be a political lifeline for Boris Johnson.
- EXCLUSIVE: Care home bosses are pleading for the Government to halt their policy of giving our most vulnerable just one dose in order to immunise the wider population for just one day
- A Mail on Sunday poll found two-thirds of parents want children to return to school. Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield said the closing schools is bad for children's wellbeing.
- EXCLUSIVE: Boris Johnson gambles with lives as we expose a vaccine second dose crisis as care residents still die and doctors warn Tories their big gamble to delay could lead to thousands of excess deaths as first jab is 'not effective'
- Our Prime Minister, who promised a “world-beating” response to this pandemic only to make Britain the world leader in allowing it to kill. The past week has seen the UK top of a global death chart
- The group Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice, which represents 2,300 families who have lost loved ones, branded the 100,000 figure a "tombstone"
- Aidan Draper has been looking for a job since he arrived back in Sandbach, Cheshire, from travelling in Australia at the start of the pandemic - and his unique efforts have been praised
- The newspaper quoted 'Israeli experts' as saying only a third of people who have received one jab were protected. No 10's advisers say the real figure is 89 per cent, starting 14 days after the first jab.
- JOHN PRESTON: For Robert Maxwell, the brutal loss of most of his family at the hands of the Nazis in the 1940s would haunt him for the rest of his life.
- Police and fire crews were called to the First Works Baptist Church at 2600 Tyler Avenue in El Monte in the early hours of Saturday morning.
- Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi wore personalised baseball cap with 'Mr M-M' stitched on while food shopping in Notting Hill with Princess Beatrice and a family friend before the new lockdown.
- Detectives are investigating an allegation that a woman was attacked in Stockwell, South London, following a night in a bar in the early hours of August 1 last year
- Disney have blocked anyone under the age of seven from watching animated classics on its streaming service over concerns it portrays racial stereotypes, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
- GUILLAUME PITRON: Past the suburbs of the Chinese city of Baotou, a lonely path led me to an embankment bristling with pylons, each with a security camera watching for intruders.
- Brits still reeling from Storm Christoph downpours are facing a weekend of weather warnings as the deep freeze continues
- JUSTINE COWAN: I always knew my mother had a secret. She guarded it fiercely, keeping it under lock and key. That was how I envisioned it. But it was too big to be contained.
- Life in lockdown is leading to a significant deterioration in the nation's mental health, according to an exclusive poll.
Some 41 per cent have suffered a decline in their state of mind.
- EXCLUSIVE So far just 800,000 machines have been provided to families in need so head teachers have had to turn to fundraisers, parents and the community to help out
- It is a film classic that garnered 11 Oscar nominations, but David Lean's adaptation of A Passage To India faced strong opposition from the executors of author E. M. Forster's literary estate.
- Supporters of Alexei Navalny, one of Vladimir Putin's biggest foes, were left bloodied after they were beaten by riot police during rallies calling for the release of the opposition leader who was poisoned with novichok
- JOHN PRESTON: Speculation about the cause of Maxwell's death ran amok. There seemed to be three possible explanations: accident, suicide or murder.
- Children's favourite Mr Tumble has become the latest victim of the 'cancel culture' phenomenon after being accused of racism over his catchphrase: 'Hello monkey.' Online trolls called him racist.
- A private contractor for Wandsworth Council in South London was spotted rifling through recycling bins and taking pictures of the waste as horrified residents watched on.
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