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Boris could be first PM EVER to be interviewed under police caution

Boris Johnson could become the first Prime Minister ever to be interviewed under police caution as the Partygate scandal continues to grow - while Sue Gray's civil service report into alleged lockdown-breaking No 10 parties could be released as soon as today. The civil service inquisitor is understood to have told Number 10 that she expects her findings to be released in full within 'hours' of them being handed to Downing Street . The PM's office had not received them early this morning, but their delivery is thought to be imminent and could see the report released to the public after PMQs this afternoon. It was last night claimed that Gray had been handed photographs of Boris Johnson next to wine bottles at an alleged lockdown breaking party, and has identified eight parties that breached the rules. Many Tory MPs are awaiting the findings before deciding whether to submit letters of no confidence in Johnson that could topple him as Prime Minister and trigger a Tory leadership contest. But potentially more serious for the PM is Scotland Yard's criminal investigation into the parties which was announced yesterday. Police sources said that it was 'inevitable' that the PM would have to speak to detectives, making him the second sitting Prime Minister to be interviewed by police after Tony Blair was quizzed over the cash-for-honours scandal 15 years ago. However Blair was interviewed as a witness - and no sitting Prime Minister has ever been interviewed under caution. Growing pressure to release the report in full this week follows a day of shambles yesterday which saw Number 10 accused of using the police investigation to try and delay the release of the Sue Gray report, a claim Number 10 deny. One Tory plotter last night claimed five MPs were poised to call for the PM’s resignation as soon as the report is published. 

Boris was 'ambushed with a cake' at lockdown-breaking 'birthday party' in No10, claims minister sparking wave of ridicule and an avalanche of memes 

Northern Ireland minister Conor Burns (pictured left) defended Boris Johnson (inset, holding a cake on a visit to a primary school on the same day as the birthday bash) after it was revealed he attended a gathering, complete with a Union Jack cake and singing, that was organised by his wife Carrie in the Cabinet Room on June 19, 2020. He said the Prime Minister was working in the room before people came in and presented him with the cake, adding: 'He was there for about 10 minutes.' The comments led to a flurry of memes on social media (top and bottom right), with one person writing: 'Next up, Lockdown Parties with their latest single Ambushed By A Cake.' Meanwhile, senior Cabinet ministers including Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries also downplayed the seriousness of the PM attending the bash. They insisted that the gathering of around 30 people specifically to mark the PM's 56th birthday in June 2020 could be seen as a extension of the workplace.

Jacob Rees Mogg says there should be an ELECTION if Boris is ousted by Tories 

Leader of the House of Commons and Conservative party MP Jacob Rees Mogg has claimed that there would need to be a general election if Boris Johnson were to be ousted as Prime Minister. Rees Mogg yesterday argued on BBC Two's Newsnight that any would-be successor to the Prime Minister should call an election to receive the public's backing. There is no rule in British law stipulating that a new Tory leader would be required to call a general election after winning a party leadership race. But Rees Mogg told Newsnight's Kirsty Wark that Britain's parliament has moved to 'an essentially Presidential system' and declared that any new PM would be 'well-advised' to seek a fresh mandate.

Father, 44, is charged with murdering his teenage daughter, 19 on quiet cul-de-sac in

Nigel Malt, 44, is said to have driven his daughter Lauren Malt, 19 (left), to hospital after the collision near a play area in Leete Way, West Winch, near Kings Lynn, Norfolk. Police said they were called to reports of a disturbance in the road (right) and a teenager being hit by a car just before 7.30pm on Sunday. Mr Malt, of Lynn Road, King's Lynn, was initially arrested at the hospital on suspicion of murder, drink-driving and causing death by dangerous driving. He was charged tonight after being questioned at the Police Investigation Centre in King's Lynn and will appear before Norwich magistrates on Wednesday.

Controversial buy now pay later firm Klarna, a Swedish unregulated lending service, has launched a contactless credit card that shoppers can use on the high street.

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Many, me included, find that skipping breakfast and having a hearty protein-packed brunch later in the morning really sets me up for the day.

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SIMON MILLS: I read somewhere that it took divorced men one year of healing and recovery for every five to seven years of marriage. So, at best, I was looking at about four years of misery.

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The Advertising Standards Authority launched an investigation into the Swedish alt-milk brand's campaign after receiving 109 complaints, including from environmental group A Greener World.

The studio claimed it has been reimagining the dwarf characters since its earliest production stages to 'avoid reinforcing stereotypes' in the original film. They are also utilizing cultural consultants.

Government-backed REACT-1 data, based on more than 100,000 Covid tests, found more than 4.4 per cent of people in England had the virus at some point from January 5 to 20.

'Her thunder would absolutely not be stolen': Damian Lewis's poetic tribute to Helen

Last night was the first time actor Damian Lewis (pictured left) had spoken publicly about losing his wife, Helen McCrory (pictured right with Lewis), who died from breast cancer aged 52 nine months ago. To rapturous applause, he led an evening of poetry devoted to the memory of his wife of 14 years, who died last April. And the 900-strong audience applauded again after a video was played of her reading poetry at a previous event, during which Lewis sat with his eyes shut, soaking up her voice. 'This evening is dedicated to her and it's perfect, because Helen loved the National Theatre,' he said. 'One person whose thunder would absolutely not be stolen was Helen McCrory.' Lewis read the final piece of verse, Everything Is Going To Be All Right, by Irish poet Derek Mahon (inset).

A US study has claimed just small diet changes with specially formulated snack bars and smoothies can reduce cholesterol count to the same level as statins in some cases following trial results.

The acting world is in mourning on Tuesday, with word that longtime character actress Kathryn Kates passed away at 73 years of age.

The announcement comes just four months after former co-star John Challis - Cockney car dealer Terrance 'Boycie' Boyce - died of cancer, aged 79.

Academics asked female volunteers to compare themselves to three body ideals. The Toronto team found the 'slim-thick' body ideal was worse for body dissatisfaction.

Ukrainian mother, 52, arms herself with a huge rifle amid threat of Russian invasion

Mariana Zhaglo is far from a typical Ukrainian soldier, but the 52-year-old marketing researcher has said she is willing to do whatever it takes to defend her country. 'As a mother I do not want my children to inherit Ukraine's problems, or have these threats passed on to them. It is better that I deal with this now,' Zhaglo said, showing off her new rifle (left). The marketing research is just one of thousands of Ukrainians who recently joined the nation's Territorial Defence Forces (TDF) (training pictured right) - a voluntary section of the army which has seen its numbers swell amid rising tensions on the Russian border. It comes as French President Emmanuel Macron today became the latest Western leader to promise a 'retaliation' should Russia proceed with an invasion of its neighbour (Russian President Vladimir Putin inset)

The Prime Minister told MPs that the UK 'would look to contribute to any new Nato deployment' as allies readied soldiers and sent warships and fighter aircraft to the troubled region.

Experts are concerned that President Joe Biden's plan to shore up Europe's supply of natural gas if Vladimir Putin cuts off supplies won't work because other nations can't make up the shortfall.

IAN BIRRELL reports from Ukraine's border as Vladimir Putin's soldiers look poised to move

IAN BIRRELL: As Lieutenant-Colonel Yuriy Trubachiov crunched thr-ough the thick snow, he pointed out to me the camera tower, the anti-tank moat, the mounds of shovelled earth and the razor-wire fences separating Ukraine from Russia. 'We're our country's first line of defence,' he told me. 'We're getting ready for all sorts of scenarios to ensure that we protect our borders.' This might seem a daunting task with huge numbers of Russian troops massing beyond the fields and forests in the distance and amid rapidly escalating talk of invasion - but the veteran border officer said his men are ready to repel Vladimir Putin's forces. Pictured: Ian Birrell (inset), a Russian paratrooper attending a military exercise in the Yaroslavl region (left), combat helicopter drills in the Leningrad region (top right) and the Baltic Sea's battleship leaving towards the Atlantic (bottom right).

How James Middleton's dream of being the next Richard Branson came to a £2million sticky

ALISON BOSHOFF: Made from liquid sugar stabilised by gelatin, it's a joyfully insubstantial confection. But, sadly, Boomf, the company which charged £19.99 for sending a box of nine personalised marshmallows through the post, has proved equally fragile. The firm, founded by James Middleton (left with wife Alizée Thevenet and right), the Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother, fell into administration last month with heavy losses after eight years. Last week its creditors - many of them also small businesses - were told that they face getting just 25p in the £1 of their money back. From Boomf to bust, you might say.

A judge in London has been asked to decide whether a millionaire businessman - whose family founded the Screwfix chain - should hand over more money to his ex-wife.

The Department for Work and Pensions has faced a barrage of criticism over the fiasco which saw 134,000 mostly women miss out over decades.

Sajid Javid said that because Omicron is less severe, unvaccinated employees pose less of a threat to patients than when the policy was introduced while the Delta variant was dominant.

Former ISIS bride Shamima Begum (pictured), 22, says she could help tackle terrorism if she is allowed to return to the UK. She spoke to GB News from al-Roj prison camp in Syria.

Maida Vale murder: Son's fury at the Met after mother was stabbed to death by violent

The 'monster' knifeman who brutally stabbed his ex-wife to death had 'harassed and intimidated' her for three years after their divorce and was reported to the Met Police for stalking, MailOnline can today reveal. Yasmine Wafah Chkaifi's family members have alleged that Leon Mccaskie, 41, abused the mother-of-two, 43, during their two-year marriage. After their divorce three years ago, Ms Chkaifi, a mature student of Moroccan descent, secured a restraining order against Mccaskie and installed a panic alarm in her flat because she was so frightened of her ex-husband, one of her sons has claimed. The son, who asked not to be named, also accused Scotland Yard of 'doing nothing' to help Ms Chkaifi in the years before yesterday's horrific murder on Chippenham Road in north-west London despite repeated warnings about Mccaskie. Bystanders tried to stop Mccaskie after he pounced on Ms Chkaifi at around 9am yesterday, stabbing her more than ten times. But the savage attack was only halted when a passing motorist ran over the knifeman on the pavement, also hitting Ms Chkaifi. Police last night said a 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.

I visited Morrisons in Holyhead on October 27. It was a particularly stormy day. When I returned to my car I found a loose trolley embedded in the rear light.

There is a calculated coup against the PM Boris Johnson, writes STEPHEN ROBINSON

STEPHEN ROBINSON: We are invited to share in the public outrage over news that in June 2020, 30 or so Downing Street staff attended a low-key gathering with a cake presented to the Prime Minister on his birthday by his future wife Carrie. If it were not so serious, it would be hilarious that former Downing Street aide Dominic Cummings was the self-appointed moral enforcer behind the plot to destroy Boris Johnson.

JASON GROVES: On the face of it, the decision by the Metropolitan Police to launch an investigation into lockdown parties at No10 could scarcely be worse news for Boris Johnson.

Ian Hislop tells sleaze watchdog that the public are 'very sick of being taken for fools' by MPs with lucrative second jobs in feisty exchange over Owen Paterson lobbying scandal 

The editor of Private Eye magazine told the Commons Committee on Standards on Tuesday that MPs 'need to redefine the term lobbying' and that current proposals for change need to be 'harder'. Speaking about some MPs' second jobs, Ian Hislop said: 'What do you think these companies are paying the money for? Do you think they are chucking it away? When politicians declare their interests, why do they think businesses are paying them this money?' His comments came as MPs have been embroiled in sleaze allegations over money earned outside Parliament. The scandal erupted after Tory MP Owen Paterson resigned over findings that he lobbied on behalf of two companies paying him more than £100,000 per year.

HENRY DEEDES: The PM had come to the House to issue a statement on the increasing prospect of war in Ukraine. It was as though the Chamber had found some perspective on what truly matters.

Scotland Yard had said it would not investigate, but that changed after Whitehall ethics chief Sue Gray handed officers the outline of her findings on Sunday, revealing potential criminal matters.

Video is released of moment girlfriend broke down as she was arrested for stabbing her abusive professional boxer boyfriend to death after he punched her in the face during row - as she is CLEARED of murder 

Kayley Mahood, 30 (pictured left and inset), fatally stabbed her partner Oliver O'Toole (right) at their home in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, on July 25 last year. Mahood told a trial at Stafford Crown Court she acted in self defence by inflicting the single 1.5in stab wound to 31-year-old Mr O'Toole, puncturing his heart and causing him to bleed to death as paramedics battled to save him. But today, jurors rejected her explanation and convicted her of manslaughter after clearing her of murder.

A fall in borrowing of £13billion means ministers can afford to scrap April's national insurance hike, experts said tonight. The Treasury borrowed £7.6billion less last month than in December 2020.

Emergency services were called to the property shortly before 6pm, but despite the best efforts of paramedics the boy, who has not been named, was confirmed dead at the scene (pictured)

The IMF today said it now expects British gross domestic product (GDP) to expand by 4.7 per cent in 2022 - cutting down its previous prediction of 5.0 per cent made in October 2021.

'Never before has so much harm been done to so many by so few... based on dodgy data': A blistering verdict on Covid 'experts' from MP BOB SEELY in a landmark speech

BOB SEELY MP: Today I speak not to bury science but actually to praise it. I think during the Covid pandemic there has been some remarkable, wonderful science. I just question to what extent that includes the modelling and forecasts that have come from it from scientists such as Neil Ferguson, left.

An estimated 321,800 were off with a confirmed case on January 20, which is double the 159,000 off a fortnight ago on January 6 and nearly triple the 110,900 off on December 16.

Another 94,326 positive tests were recorded across the UK in the past 24 hours, according to Government dashboard data, which was virtually unchanged from the figure last Tuesday.

New York experts, who monitored 2,000 women undergoing fertility treatment, said rates of fertilisation and pregnancy were 'the same' regardless of whether women were vaccinated against Covid.

Vaccine passports AXED in Northern Ireland but WFH remains 

Covid restrictions in Northern Ireland imposed to combat the Omicron variant are being axed from midday today. Ministers in Stormont agreed to a large-scale easing of curbs, including Covid passes for entry to bars, restaurants and cinemas. Nightclubs, which were forced to close on Boxing Day, will also reopen later, along with the return of indoor standing events. But so-called 'vaccine passports' will still be required for entry to access nightclubs and large events, while guidance on Covid certification in hospitality settings will be 'strongly encouraged'. Social distancing restrictions in offices are being removed, though the Stormont Executive has refused to scrap official WFH guidance, telling people to continue remote working where they can.

Oregon Health and Science University researchers found the opposite is also true, with those who caught Covid before getting jabbed also having an 'amazingly high' response.

Unvaccinated NHS worker, 37, dies of cardiac arrest with Covid

NEW A 'vaccine hesitant' NHS worker has died with Covid just days after she decided to get the jab. Fila Lutu, 37, had expressed concerns about the vaccine after reportedly suffering bad reactions to jabs for other diseases. However, the NHS Covid-19 support administrator from Chadwell Heath, east London changed her mind after the Government unveiled plans to force NHS workers to get vaccinated before April 2022 or get sacked. Sadly, Miss Lutu tested positive for the virus in December and died several days later, following complications from the virus. Her devastated family were prevented from travelling with her in the ambulance on the way to the hospital due to strict Covid rules - meaning the NHS worker passed away before they could say goodbye.

Alicia Witt breaks silence a month after her parents were found dead

Alicia Witt, 46, has broken her silence after the shocking death of her parents who were found dead inside their home in Massachusetts a month ago. 'It still doesn't feel real,' the redheaded actress began her Facebook note. She then said that a detective' had told her over the phone that her parents were found dead after she had placed a welfare call. In her long note Witt noted that her parents were not 'penniless' and she had tried several times to help them out but they would not let her. And the Hollywood favorite shared that she had not been allowed in their house for 'well over 10 years.' The elderly couple were suspected to have died from hypothermia as one of them had a coat on. But their health had been in decline for a while as her father Robert Witt, 87, was fighting cancer and her mother Diane Witt, 75, had Parkinson's Disease.

Men with a genetic fault called BRCA2 have double the risk of developing prostate cancer, a study found. A third of men who have the mutation will be diagnosed with this cancer by the age of 85.

University of Pittsburgh researchers studied 14 patients with chronic plantar fasciitis - which can feel 'like a nail going right through their heel' - finding belly fat could help treat them.

Peter Jackson, 65, was accused by an online group of making up his service record and wearing medals he was not entitled to including one for bravery in Northern Ireland.

Top psychiatrist who 'went to Cardiff Castle park for gay sex beaten and tortured'

Father-of-two Dr Gary Jenkins, 54, suffered horrific injuries when he was brutally attacked in Bute Park, in the shadow of Cardiff Castle. A court heard Dr Jenkins was into Bute Park in the Welsh capital in the early hours of the morning when three attackers including a girl aged just 16 targeted him to steal his bag. The jury heard he went to 'explore his bisexuality' after the break-up of his marriage. The court heard a horrified witness described the teenage girl attacker as 'f***ing evil. Sadistic'. Prosecutor Dafydd Enoch said: 'They were hurting Dr Jenkins for the best part of 15 minutes as he lay on the ground. It was torture pure and simple.' Police found Dr Jenkins unconscious with his trousers pulled down at the scene. Doctors tried to save Mr Jenkins but he died of an 'unsurvivable' brain injury 16 days later.

'Ashab wala Aaz' - one of countless remakes of the Italian comedy-drama 'Perfetti Sconosciutti' (Perfect Strangers) - has sparked an outcry in Egypt where critics are calling for it to be banned.

Daniel Wisniewski, who lives on his own boat on the famous canal, is alleged to have launched the 'unprovoked' attack on Clive Porter after seeing him ticket another person's barge in Buckinghamshire.

Where are the children of the Beatles now?

They're four of the most famous musicians in history, regarded as one of the most influential bands of all time. But outside of their careers as rockstars, all four of The Beatles were fathers - with the fab four sharing 11 children between them.  Yesterday, photos went viral showing James McCartney - who is also a musician - looking just like his rocker father Paul. But what happened to the rest of the Beatles' children? From household name Stella McCartney - who has designed royal wedding dresses and Olympic outfits  - to the lesser known Jason Starkey who has followed in his father Ringo's drummer footsteps, all the the band's offspring have paved their way in creative fields. Here, FEMAIL reveals how the Beatles' kids have become potters, activists and composers...

Anyone in control of a self-driving car will be renamed a 'user in charge' when the vehicles take to UK roads and will not be criminally liable if there is a crash, Government law experts propose.

Nathan Smith is on trial for the manslaughter of Craig Wiltshire, 43, who suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest when the defendant tackled him in the street and pinned him down in a suburb of Bristol.

In the US Downton, the worst snobs are the servants: CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews Julian Fellowes's latest costume drama The Gilded Age 

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: The creator of Downton Abbey has returned with an even more lavish costume drama in The Gilded Age (Sky Atlantic) - and it's all about New Money. Spiteful widow Agnes van Rhijn (Christine Baranski) and her fluffy-headed younger sister Ada (Cynthia Nixon), both pictured left, are surrounded by footmen and butlers - and the servants are even bigger snobs than the ladies. The sisters have taken in their penniless niece Marian (Louisa Jacobson), pictured right with Peggy, whose no-good papa (their brother) has wasted their inheritance.

Is Netflix taking matters into their own hands too?

Netflix, whose stock tumbled more than 20 per cent on Friday after warning subscriber growth would slow substantially in early 2022, placed the advert for a production designer on Instagram. The streaming giant is looking for a production designer for their debut, Pearl (inset left). The animated show, created by the Duchess of Sussex, is about a young girl who is inspired by influential women in history and counts Sir Elton John's husband David Furnish and star documentary maker Liz Garbus among its executive producers. It came as audio giant Spotify reportedly took production of their podcast into its own hands (bottom right) after the Sussexes' £18million deal a year ago with a pledge to promote 'shared values' produced limited content. Meghan and Harry have only made 35 minutes of content for their Archewell Audio channel, which was put together with Spotify's Gimlet Studios, since December 15 2020. They had promised a series in 2021 but it has never happened. Rebecca Sananes (left) was appointed head of audio for Archewell in July last year - but ever since then there has been no update at all about the New York based producer, who has won the prestigious National Murrow Award for Best Audio News Documentary for her podcast episode: 'Why Is Vermont So Overwhelmingly White?'

Earlier this month, sources close to the Duke confirmed the sale of his chalet in the exclusive Swiss ski resort of Verbier is 'proceeding' after a mystery buyer agreed to take it off his hands.

Woman pregnant with triplets documents growth of her INSANELY large baby bump - which

Michella Meier-Morsi, from Copenhagen, Denmark, stunned the internet after she shared images of her growing stomach to Instagram. The Danish mom left her 260,000 followers speechless while sharing her pregnancy journey - due to the immense size of her belly. Michella, who already had two daughters with her husband, Mark, got a lot of attention online after her bump grew 'straight out' rather than 'up and down.' She welcomed her three sons - named Charles, Theodore and Gabriel - on January 15 via cesarean section when she was just over 35 weeks pregnant. She got real about the 'extreme pain' she was in leading up to the birth and afterwards, and many people were amazed by her strength - branding her a 'superhero.'

After Natasha Palmer sued the other driver, Seferif Mantas, who was convicted of drink-driving, his insurers accused her of 'fundamental dishonesty' and exaggerating her problems.

Music teacher Jeremy Matthews, 46, of Whitwell Grange near Durham, was ten years older than the underage teenager when the two-year fling began in the early 2000s, Teesside Crown Court heard.

Voice of Charlie Brown, Peter Robbins, is found dead from suicide aged 65

Peter Robbins, the original voice of Charlie Brown, has died aged 65. The voice actor died by suicide last week, his family confirmed late on Tuesday. Robbins began his career as a child actor at nine years old and has voiced the beloved Peanuts character in holiday classics including the 1965 A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's A Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown in 1966. The actor was a big fan of his character and even got a tattoo of Charlie Brown and his trusty sidekick Snoopy.

Horse couture! Chanel sends Grace Kelly's showjumper granddaughter Charlotte Casiraghi down the runway on her trusty steed - while Margot Robbie and Vanessa Paradis take a seat in the front row

Chanel's Paris Fashion Week shows are legendary for their elaborate set pieces, which in the past have included the Grand Palais transformed into a train station, a shopping mall and a winter wonderland. And usually the grandiose runway presentation is the hot ticket of Fashion Week with the industry's biggest names both on and off the catwalk. But For Tuesdays Haute Couture runway, the muses of the late Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld were MIA, despite the brand keeping up their reputation for spectacle by sending a horse down the runway.

DJ Ferguson, 31, has been denied a heart transplant until he gets vaccinated against COVID-19. His wife is now saying that they are in a 'corner' and are 'pressured' to get him vaccinated.

Health officials in Israel said a fourth dose provides three to five times the level of protection against serious disease and can double the protection against infection compared to three doses.

Data from the UK's largest Covid surveillance centre shows BA.2 was behind 300 cases last week. For comparison, Delta made up 179 cases over the same time period.

In the 2020/21 academic year, more than a third of degrees were firsts, achieving a final grade of 70% or above, according to data published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency.

Pfizer has started clinical trials for a Covid shot tailored to the Omciron variant. The company expects the jab to become available in March, but some say the shot is coming too late.

Linda Slade's father was one of 30 patients moved from Southmead Hospital to The Bristol Hotel in January due to staffing shortages amid soaring coronavirus cases during the Omicron wave.

New York researchers, who examined eight studies involving more than 2,000 Covid patients, found those treated with convalescent plasma were 15 per cent less likely to die within four weeks.

Inside the lavish life of Britain's most famous dog: Ricky Gervais' canine co-star Anti melts hearts with After Life performance and has rubbed paws with many A-listers 

She became the unlikely star of Ricky Gervais' Netflix hit After Life. And such was the outpouring of love for Anti the German Shepherd, the comedian was forced to reassure fans he would not kill her off when the series came to an end. Now, the dog's owner has revealed she is showered with the same levels of affection at home where she is treated as the 'queen of the family'.

Hotel staff took to U.S site Reddit to share their discoveries of strange and sometimes sinister items left behind by hotel guests. Read on to go through the keyhole...

Pets at Home has pipped First Direct to the post and been hailed as the top business when it comes to satisfying customers, the Institute of Customer Service, said.

Idaho woman, 21, who raised $60,000 for 71-year-old DoorDash delivery driver, finally

Anabelle Grace Stephens, 21, from Idaho, captured Kerry Judd, 71, on her doorbell camera last week. He walked slowly up and down her front stairs while dropping off her food delivery. Commenters were heartbroken by the clip and said the US needs to take better care of its elderly so they don't have to work. Annabelle launched a GoFundMe that has raise thousands of dollars so far. After speaking to DoorDash, she connected with her driver who said he works to 'make ends meet.'

Liu Xuezhou, 17, died on Monday morning at a beach in Sanya, on China's southern Hainan Island, according to local reports, after his search for his parents ended in him being rejected by them.

Crystal Hefner says she has destroyed 'mountain of revenge porn' that Hugh kept

Hugh Hefner's widow, Crystal, on Tuesday confirmed that he had kept 'all kinds of naked pictures' of women as 'a mountain of revenge porn' - and said that she had destroyed the images. The 'revenge porn' claim was made by Holly Madison, Hefner's main girlfriend from 2001-8, in a new 10-part documentary series, Secrets of Playboy. Madison said that the revenge porn was one of the factors that prevented her leaving Hefner, who died in 2017, aged 91.



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Top 50 gastropubs in the UK named - and they're ALL in England and Wales

The accolade has been bestowed upon the Suffolk inn by the prestigious Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs Awards, with the ranking's top five completed by Parkers Arms, Lancashire (second); The Star Inn, Harome, Yorkshire (third); The Angel At Hetton, Yorkshire (fourth) and Freemasons At Wiswell, Lancashire (fifth). The Top 50 Gastropubs Awards, now in its 13th year, actually produces a top 100 list, and some may be surprised to learn that Scotland's highest entry comes 56th - Edinburgh's The Scran and Scallie.

A version of Fight Club was made available in China over the weekend, but much to the dismay of fans, the film had been radically edited so as to transform its anarchist, anti-capitalist message.

The trial, announced by Walkers' US parent company PepsiCo today, will take the form of a specially-designed range of Walkers crisps to hit the shelves sometime in 2022.

RICHARD EDEN: Damien Hirst has admitted that his work, For The Love Of God, was never properly sold and languishes in storage in London's jewellery district, Hatton Garden.

Mother who shared picture of her kissing her unborn baby in 2018 had a healthy baby boy a

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Positive birth companion and author Justine Zampogna, 31, from Perth, shared her loss on Instagram in 2018, showing followers a picture of her kissing terminated baby Gigi, 16 weeks, who was diagnosed with anencephaly, a major neural tube defect, at 14 weeks (left). She's now revealed how she welcomed a rainbow baby boy named Jagger, now two, a year after losing Gigi, who was born on what should have been his sister's due date if she'd survived (right, on the day he was born, and inset with his parents and older brother, Chase).

Couple who moved their family from London to Cornwall for a dream life in the country reveal how they have woken up with snow in their bed, faced 'tragic' financial setbacks, emergency operations and even been sectioned - but DON'T regret relocating 

Davina Foster, 39, and Todd Read Bloss told Ben Fogle for Channel 5's New Life in the Wild tonight how moving their family from London to the cliffs of Cornwall has taken a toll on their finances and their health. Davina, pictured with her family, left, recalled waking up to snow on her bed during the Beast from the East in 2018 and admitted she had to be sectioned under the mental health act due to a bad reaction to anti-depressant. Meanwhile, Todd, right, told Ben he was left crying on the floor after suffering from ten slipping discs in his back. All while the family faced a 'tragic' financial situation.

Dawn Alford, executive director of the Society of Editors, said the draft Bill is 'insufficient to protect freedom of expression' and had to take account of the 'fast nature of today's news process'.

An international team of scientists including experts from Leeds, York and the US have trained an AI to analyse routine retina scans and calculate a patients risk of a heart attack within the next year.

Snowpocalypse hits the Acropolis: Greece gives workers two days off after huge snowfall left motorists stranded for 24 HOURS - while stranded tourists protest at Istanbul airport as Turkey is also hit

The rare blizzard blanketed swathes of Greece and Turkey as more than 31 inches of snow fell in some areas, paralysing traffic for 24 hours and crippling services for a second consecutive day. Parts of the ancient Acropolis in Athens (main) were submerged in a thick layer of snow, while heavy machinery worked through the night to plough a path for aircraft to safely operate at Istanbul Airport on Tuesday. The Greek authorities declared Tuesday a public holiday, shutting public offices and private businesses except supermarkets, pharmacies and petrol stations as parts of Athens remained under icy conditions (inset top right). An elderly woman (pictured inset) wrapped in a blanket was one of thousands of motorists trapped in their frozen vehicles for up to 24 hours on an Athens motorway as all major roads in the city were forced to a standstill after the adverse weather conditions. Meanwhile, drivers were ordered to remove their stranded vehicles from the once-bustling roads of Istanbul (bottom left) after cars ploughed into one another on Monday. Soldiers were drafted in to deliver food, water and blankets to motorists who were left stranded in their cars on Attiki Odos, the Greek capital's main ring-road, for up to 22 hours.

Steve Cogan, who lives in Shepherd's Bush, has been using Facebook marketplace to advertise driving tests available without the six-month wait. Critics have called the £212 service 'selfish'.

US Biker sues Texas cop who ran him over with SUV as he tried to flee a traffic stop leaving him with a  fractured spine, broken leg and ribs

Motorcycle rider Dustin Bates (top right) is suing Officer Jonathan Granado (bottom right) of Lake Worth, Texas after he allegedly ran him over with his squad vehicle in November 2020. Granado's dashcam footage captured him chasing Bates down a Texas highway after he failed to pull over for a traffic stop. Bates was later seen fleeing from Granado on foot off of an exit on the Marine Creek Parkway before he was struck in the back by the officer's squad vehicle. The strike caused Bates to fracture his spine, three ribs and his right leg in three legs which he claims caused permanent scarring, according to his lawsuit. Bates has requested a jury trial and is seeking unspecified punitive damages

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue found the seal on Sunday at Spurn Point on the Yorkshire coast after receiving calls from worried beachgoers.

Cumbria Police say the 15-year-old victim is in a serious but stable condition with non life-threatening injuries while the 16-year-old suspect is in custody on suspicion of GBH with intent.

'Get back to your country': Racist thug is filmed by bus driver PUNCHING her window and shouting abuse in Leeds

The man started hurling abuse after being told by the diver she could not change a £10 note when he got on board in the centre of Leeds, West Yorkshire. In a video filmed by the bus driver, the man is seen punching the plastic security shield while subjecting the late night driver to vile racist slurs. She refused to trade insults with the man, who appears to be in his 20s, before he then begins to violently punch the security screen.

Get OUT! Moment feisty duck chases water-loving golden retriever out of its pond 

Lorrie Brown from Branson, Missouri shared the footage of a drake attacking her golden retriever Kai as he swam in a duck pond near a hiking trail. Mrs Brown started building trails on her property when the dog park and walking trails closed due to COVID-19. She and her family have since built 10 miles of trails, as well as a cabin, pond and campground. The footage has been viewed more than 202,000 times since Mrs Brown posted it on TikTok in November.

Some private clinics in the US currently offer polygenic risk score tests to screen for diseases to parents using in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment for prices of more than £1,040 ($1,400).

Sydney finance expert Vanessa Stoykov has answered the top five most Googled money questions many are wanting to know - from how to boost your income to getting started in the stock market.

BBC podcaster Deborah James, who has incurable cancer, reveals the 'trauma' of nearly dying in an acute medical emergency is 'very raw and real' as she returns home after three weeks in hospital

Deborah James, 40, from London, revealed on Instagram she has now been discharged as an in-patient, and said the past few weeks had been 'the scariest period' her life. She wrote: 'Two and a half weeks ago it was touch and go if I made it through the night...I'm not out of the woods yet, and I'll be back in soon, but I've reach a point that seemed insurmountable weeks ago.' (left right and inset).

102-year-old magician Henry Lewis, from London, showed he still got a few tricks up his sleeves as he received a MBE for his charitable work from Prince William, 39, at Windsor Castle.

Scans at age one showed faster brain activity in kids whose families were given $333 (£250) of support monthly compared to those given $20 (£15), Columbia University-led experts found.

Never spill a takeaway in the car again! Inventor develops a SEATBELT that attaches to your glovebox to ensure you get your fast food home in one piece

The brainchild of Atlanta-based Dan Stevenson, 'BAGO' works by hanging out of the glovebox and clipping to the top of the bag resting on the passenger-side floor. An anchor helps keep the strap secured in the glovebox, while an adjuster allows the BAGO's length to be tailored to reach, but not suspend, the bag in question. In this way, the gadget ensures the bag remains upright - acting a bit like the safety anchors people use to stop heavy bookcases from tipping over.

George Linnane said he feels 'lucky to be alive' after he was pulled out of the Ogof Ffynnon Ddu cave system beneath the Brecon Beacons by more than 300 rescuers from across the UK.

The Falcon 9 booster has been floating around in a somewhat chaotic orbit ever since Elon Musk's company launched its first deep-space mission from Cape Canaveral in Florida in February 2015.

Detective Inspector Neil Corbel (pictured) 'used his anti-terror skills' to secretly film the women with spy cameras contacting them under the guise of being an airline pilot named Harrison.

Twitter user Luke Neve claims the estate agents who listed a house in Sheffield for sale on Right move have 'lost it' after seeing a photo of the area described as a 'private compact courtyard garden'

On me 'ead, Flipper! Dolphins are caught on camera playing football using a JELLYFISH in Wales

Skipper Dafydd Lewis, 50, from New Quay, Wales, filmed the animals playing with a barrel jellyfish in Cardigan Bay. The dolphin uses its nose to bounce the jellyfish in and out of the water. Large splashes are seen as the dolphins repeatedly resurface and flick the jellyfish with its their snouts and tails. Mr Lewis said that New Quay is one of the best places in the UK to see bottlenose dolphins.

Cygnet failure! Injured swan on the line causes hours of delays for rush-hour commuters at London station

Nicola Cilliers, 43, filmed the swan after she and her partner Steve Fraser spotted it on the tracks at around 5.30pm on Monday from the window of her flat overlooking South Acton station. Transport for London were forced to partially suspend the line while rail staff attempted to get it off the tracks. Ms Cilliers documented the four-hour rescue mission on Twitter, posting regular updates. Her final post showed the swan 'safe and sound' in the care of London Wildlife Protection.



Double garage in a 'well sought after' part of Edinburgh is put up for sale at offers over

The total space of the garage in Edinburgh comes in at 337 sq ft with the owners asking for offers over £185,000 - higher than the national average for house prices in Scotland which the latest data shows sits at £183,000. Estate agents Savills suggest the garage could be converted into a single garage to create added storage capacity for its new owner. Agents say the garage is in a 'well positioned' and 'well sought after' area of the Scottish capital.

Terrifying moment car swerves off highway as snow plow sends a torrent of icy chunks and debris into oncoming traffic - leaving 40 vehicles damaged and 12 people hurt

Ohio State Highway Patrol said at least 40 cars were damaged and 12 people injured as a result of the jet of snow and ice from the snow plow on the Ohio Turnpike in Erie County on January 23. Footage shows the plow apparently traveling at the same speed as the rest of the traffic which caused it to throw hardened snow and slush onto cars on the other side of the highway. The incident forced some cars to swerve and one careered off the road and was left with a gaping hole in its front windshield, according to truck driver Michael Lemon, who captured the crash on dashcam.