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🙁😶😣 A fuel protester risked six points and a £200 fine today as he filmed a 30mph 'go slow' on his phone as activists caused delays to several motorways in co-ordinated demonstrations against soaring petrol and diesel prices. Richard Dite, 44, who was driving a blue van, held his phone above the steering wheel while driving along the M4 as the protests this morning focused on the stretch of motorway between Bristol and South Wales. Mr Dite, who also sounded a musical horn from his vehicle which played the Pirates of the Caribbean theme tune, was among about half a dozen vehicles in the procession and shouted 'give us our country back' while being filmed by a Wales Online reporter in the car with him - but he also admitted it was 'not a very good turnout'. The mobile welder from Maesteg in Bridgend County Borough drives 30 miles to Cardiff for work each day, and said the cost of this is now 'upwards of £300' a week, having been around '£125 before the price increases'. Pictured: Police speak to protesters at Ferrybridge Services on the M62 in West Yorkshire (left), protester Richard Dite in his van on the M4 between Bristol and South Wales (top right) and busy traffic on the M25 at Cobham in Surrey this morning, where protests have also been threatened (bottom right).

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Gunman who killed three and critically wounded four at Copenhagen mall had mental health issues and posted videos saying his medication 'does not work': Police say shooting was not terror as chilling footage of attack emerges 

🙁😶😣 A 22-year-old man who shot three people dead and critically wounded another four when he opened fire inside a mall in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Sunday has mental health issues and there is no indication the attack was an act of terror, police have said today. The man - an ethnic Dane - began his rampage inside a Field's mall on the outskirts of the capital at 5.35pm, killing a 47-year-old Russian national who had been living in Denmark and two 17-year-old Danes - one male and one female. Four others were also shot and are now in critical condition in hospital: Two Danish women, one aged 40 and another aged 19; and two Swedes, a 50-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl. The shooter was arrested outside the mall 13 minutes after the attack started, and is now in police custody. He is expected to appear in court later today.

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🙁😶😣 NEW The president is heard sighing in front of his companions, saying 'we are all tired' after a long and bitterly-fought election campaign, according to Le Monde , with friends describing him as 'dazed'.

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🙁😶😣 NEW Easyjet Flight EZY8303 was on its way from Gatwick to the Spanish holiday island of Menorca on Sunday when it was intercepted by F-18 fighter jets a short distance from its destination.

🙁😶😣 WIMBLEDON 2022 LIVE BLOG: Nick Kyrgios is facing Brandon Nakashima while Rafael Nadal faces Botic van de Zandschulp on Centre Court on Day 8 of the tennis tournament.

🙁😶😣 NEW The Resolution Foundation also found less than half of UK adults could last for more than six months without any income, and just 35 per cent could go for a year.

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🙁😶😣 The Mail is proud to announce the launch of The Mail+, a brilliantly easy way to read your favourite newspaper on your tablet or phone.

🙁😶😣 Criminal defence barristers from all courts are taking part, and gathering at the Royal Courts of Justice in London (bottom-right), Liverpool Crown Court (left and top-right), Nottingham Crown Court and Birmingham Crown Court. The action is to support the ongoing Criminal Bar Association (CBA) action over Government set fees for legal aid advocacy work. Criminal barristers will receive a 15% fee rise from the end of September, meaning they will earn £7,000 more per year, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) said on Thursday, in a bid to stop the action. But those on the picket lines have accused the Government of not listening to their concerns about the criminal justice system, and are angry that the proposed 15% hike would not kick in immediately or apply to backlogged cases.

🙁😶😣 Diane Abbott made the unfounded claim that Boris Johnson is 'rumoured to like assaulting women' while responding to a question about allegations surrounding Deputy Chief Whip Chris Pincher.

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🙁😶😣 Pincher's new alleged victim, who adds to the six fresh claims made against the Tamworth MP over the weekend, has told friends that he was 'touched up' by Mr Pincher in a car last year.

'Snip snap!': Tractor porn MP Neil Parish says wife 'used to chase me around the kitchen with a pair of scissors knowing perfectly well which part of my anatomy she's after' in excruciating Lorraine Kelly interview

🙁😶😣 ITV viewers said they were put off their breakfast by the bizarre interview with Lorraine where he also laid into Boris Johnson after another 'Pestminster' sleaze scandal erupted. Mr Parish admitted that he initially lied about being the MP who was caught watching tractor porn in the Commons, having confessed after an 'embarrassing' conversation with his wife Susan and their two children. The Tory quit as the MP for Tiverton and Honiton after the scandal in April, with the Lib Dems taking the seat at a by-election last month - the first time in the seat's history that it was not won by the Conservatives. He said: 'She knows I'm no angel, she chases me around the kitchen with scissors saying "snipper snap" knowing full well what part of my anatomy she is after. She knows what I'm like'. Paying tribute to his wife, he said: 'She came up with me all the 12 years I was in Parliament. Helped me in the office, helped keep me on time. She's done so much with me so naturally on the morning I decided to resign it was her advice I took. Our children, our son and our daughter, both gave very sound advice, and in the end do you twist and turn, do you tell lots of fibs, or go. And I decided to go'.

🙁😶😣 The boy, thought to be eight-years-old, was spotted at 6.40pm last night riding a scooter on his own near Nursery Gardens in Yarm, Stockton-on-Tees.

🙁😶😣 Garry Ridge, 66, is standing down as CEO, after 25 years in the perfectly lubricated hot seat. He will be replaced by Steve Brass, an Englishman from Yorkshire.


🙁😶😣 Mark Dabbs, (right) who is straight, claims the Conservative began making inappropriate comments and then touching him when he was trying to raise cash for their local hospice in Tamworth, Staffordshire. He said: 'When we took a photo (main picture) he was touching me, then feeling my bottom. He was helping me with my charity work and I think he thought he'd get something in return.' His claims only emerged after the Tory MP was forced to quit as Boris Johnson's deputy chief whip after drunkenly groping two men in a London members-only club last week. The Prime Minister is under huge pressure to reveal what he knew about his MP's behaviour, given an allegation that Mr Johnson joked in 2020 that he was 'Pincher by name, Pincher by nature', long before he made him his deputy chief whip in February (together right). NHS worker Mr Dabbs is now the seventh person to claim that Pincher was guilty of inappropriate behaviour, and on this occasion Pincher was 'stone-cold sober' at the meeting in 2018. He said: 'He waited until we were alone and then said some inappropriate things. He said how tall and slim I was, then wanted to know If I had a partner. He said I was very muscly. I thought it was all very strange. He was very suggestive. It was vile. I was shocked that an MP would behave in this way.'

🙁😶😣 A recent study by Tesco found that the average British family wastes £800 worth of food a year, with half a million people binning perfectly edible produce on a daily basis.


🙁😶😣 RUTH SUNDERLAND: The ranks of the 'economically inactive' - those of working age who are not gainfully employed - have surged since Covid, with many of them having signed off sick.

🙁😶😣 NEW Camilla, who turns 75 next week, was once described as 'bone idle' and a 'woman who would far rather be putting her feet up at home than doing any proper work', Valentine Low notes in The Times. But the description could hardly be more out of synch with the dedicated Camilla seen in public today. The Duchess undertook 169 engagements in the year to June 2022, only slightly behind Prince Charles' 255. She champions causes ranging from literacy to domestic abuse, and often carries out engagements despite receiving far less publicity or praise than the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge or the Countess of Wessex. Pictured: The Duchess of Cornwall on her first engagement in 2005 (left) and with Charles in Rwanda last month (right).

🙁😶😣 Kerri-Ann Wool, 34, discovered she had had a stroke only when she requested her medical records a year later. The diagnosis was written in her MRI results.


🙁😶😣 OnlyFans model Heather Underwood, 32, from Knutton was left 'gobsmacked' after she was arrested and locked up by police for putting rubbish bags next to her bins eight years ago.

Terrifying new footage shows moment MV-22 Osprey helicopter crashed into USS Green Bay off Australian coast in 2017, killing three young Marines on board

🙁😶😣 Newly-unearthed footage shows the moment a MV-22 Osprey helicopter crashed into a US warship in 2017, killing three young Marines who were on board. The clip, first posted online Saturday, shows the sophisticated helicopter - which can fly like a plane and hover like a chopper -  trying to land on the deck of the US Green Bay of the coast of Queensland, Australia, on August 5, 2017. But the chopper - which was carrying 26 members of Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265 - suddenly drops unexpectedly. It strikes its left engine compartment off the deck while pitching dramatically, with the sailor who was filming running to safety just as the chopper begins to disappear from view. Moments later, it plunged 30 feet and slammed into the Pacific Ocean. A hole in the cockpit of the damaged aircraft quickly saw it flood with water, causing it to sink. All but three of those service personnel were rescued, with the bodies of three others recovered following a 12 hour search. Those killed were  1st Lt. Benjamin Cross, 26, of Oxford, Maine, Cpl. Nathaniel Ordway, 21, of Sedgwick, Kansas and Pfc. Ruben Velasco, 19, of Los Angeles. Cross was co-piloting the aircraft, with an investigation absolving him of any blame for the crash.

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🙁😶😣 NEW A group of 67 MPs and Lords including Lib Dem leader Sir Ed Davey and four ex-Conservative ministers is urging the government to ban the sale and use of Hikvision and Dahua cameras.

🙁😶😣 NEW The unloved five-bed Victorian pad in Folkestone, Kent, has shabby interiors and dated décor - as well as a ridiculous asking price.

🙁😶😣 Amanda Platell said that she had been unhappy with the lines on her mouth for five years. The lines develop as part of the ageing process. She had a treatment to reduce the lines at a clinic. The tweakment was an Upper Lip Rejuvenation performed by London-based prescribing nurse practitioner Lee Garrett. Amanda says that since the treatment, friends have said her face looks 'fresh.' They have also said that she appears younger.

🙁😶😣 Melanie Harvey (pictured), 19, was last seen at around 1pm on Thursday, June 30, in Preston, Lancashire, but it is thought she travelled to Blackpool.


🙁😶😣 Mr Sharkey, 63, of the band The Undertones, said water supplies in London and the south-east are coming under pressure from a growing population and over-abstraction from chalk aquifers.

🙁😶😣 Bored Panda has collected hilarious snaps from around the world, showing how pets, birds and wild animals can cause chaos. One woman's beach snap was ruined by seagulls and a photobombing fisherman (left). Meanwhile one child, in an unknown location, was pictured dressed up as a dinosaur while playing a keyboard which was covered in lemurs (top right). In another hilarious, yet strange, snap, a man was captured running after a wild hog who had stolen his underwear (bottom right).

🙁😶😣 The Foreign Secretary will tell a conference in Switzerland that the UK will 'do everything possible to ensure Ukraine wins the war and recovers'.

🙁😶😣 The Ukrainian army retreated from the strategic city of Lysychansk following weeks of fierce fighting, marking a decisive breakthrough for Vladimir Putin's men.

'We're going to be lost without you, Sue': John McEnroe moves BBC's Sue Barker to tears with emotional farewell - but outgoing presenter is left red-faced by fellow pundit's cheeky reference to Cliff Richard romance

🙁😶😣 Veteran tennis broadcaster Sue Barker shed a tear on Centre Court yesterday as she received a standing ovation at her last Wimbledon tournament after 30 years of presenting the BBC's coverage. However there was an awkward moment for Barker as her fellow presenter John McEnroe referenced her previous relationship with singer Sir Cliff Richard, after the pair dated between 1982 and 1986. Sir Cliff had rewound the clock to sing 'Summer Holiday' a capella in the stands yesterday - some 26 years after he rose from his seat to entertain the crowd with an impromptu performance during a rain delay on July 3, 1996. And three-time Wimbledon champion McEnroe said: 'Let's hear it for Sir Cliff Richard! Sue, didn't you have a...' An embarrassed Barker replied: 'No stop, stop, stop... we'll move on, thank you John' to raucous laughs in the crowd. It comes as Britain's hopes for week two of Wimbledon ride on Cameron Norrie as the only team GB singles player left in the tournament.


🙁😶😣 The 81-year-old showed off his vocal range as she sang acapella encouraging the audience to join him waving their hands during the impromptu performance.


🙁😶😣 The loved-up pair packed on the PDA courtside, with Nick, 27, wrapping his arms around the 22-year-old brunette and leaning in for a passionate smooch

Nasty Nick, the man who makes John McEnroe look tame: Love him or loathe him, Kyrgios is a prodigious talent who could be going all the way to Wimbledon final, writes ROBERT HARDMAN

🙁😶😣 ROBERT HARDMAN: He can be a terrible loser. Over the weekend, he showed just what a terrible winner he can be, too. This is the man who absolutely loves to put the 'wild' into 'wild card'. Yet, love him or loathe him (and few sit anywhere in between), Nick Kyrgios is a prodigious talent who could be going all the way to Sunday's final. Today he faces American Brandon Nakashima in the fourth round, following Saturday night's tantrum-filled Wimbledon showdown with the number four seed, Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas.

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🙁😶😣 NEW Pope Francis said he respected the Supreme Court's decision to unravel 50 years' worth of precedent by overturning ruling that granted federal abortion protections under the Constitution.

🙁😶😣 Dr Vinesh Godhania, from Norwich, accessed pornographic and other sexually explicit websites more than 19,400 times over an 11-month period between January and November 2020.

🙁😶😣 Myrkl, which is available in the UK from today, is taken before drinking and breaks down alcohol in the gut before it reaches the liver.


🙁😶😣 Gerard Christopher Turner was with his family in Lezzono near the Alps in northern Italy when he decided to go for a walk in the mountains behind the village where he and his family were staying.

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The moment 'hero' George Russell comes to the aid of stricken Zhou Guanyu: Fresh footage emerges of Mercedes star calling for first aid at the scene of horror crash at the British GP - after he sprinted away from his own crash at the same corner

🙁😶😣 Mercedes driver George Russell jumped from his car to race over and check on Zhou Guanyu after his Alfa Romeo vaulted a barrier at Silverstone at Sunday's Grand Prix.  The pair started eighth and ninth on the grid, and their two cars collided as they tried to go around the first corner, causing them to go flying off the track. AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly caught Russell, who in turn clipped Zhou, who was sent careering off the track, across the gravel, into the tyre wall, which then flipped him into the catch fence. 


🙁😶😣 The singer, 28, was forced to cancel his concert at the Danish capital's Royal Arena -which was just 500 yards away from the devastating scene at Field's shopping centre.

American woman living in the UK reveals the hilarious Britishisms that leave her baffled - from using 'alright' as a greeting to saying 'right then' before standing up to leave

🙁😶😣 The TikToker, who goes under the handle @Iamsolamusic, also explained the nuances of the Great British passion of tea drinking to her fans. She said, 'A cup of tea in the South is often called a cuppa. and in the North its often called a brew. 'Just know that if someone offers you a brew, they are not offering you a beer.' She also poked fun at the way British people end their phone conversations. She said, 'When a Brit hangs up the phone, it's almost like there's an unspoken competition for who can say bye as many times as quickly as possible. 'Know that they're not trying to rush you off the phone. or hang up quicker. That's just what they do.' She added, 'Similarly, if a Brit slaps their knees while they're standing or like looks around the room or down at their feet, then that's pretty much a universal signal that they're about to leave.'

🙁😶😣 A couple of years ago I asked the DWP how many full years I had. They wrote to me and said I had 42. Am I underpaid or is there more to it than my simple maths?

🙁😶😣 Michael Harrison, 41, of Eaton Terrace, Nottingham, has been charged with the murder of 11-year-old boy who was found injured near country park in Derbyshire and died later that day.

🙁😶😣 Princess Beatrice, 33, (pictured) dazzled in orange as she attended The Rolling Stones concert in Hyde Park. The royal opted for a summery knee length silk skirt to attend the music event with her husband Edoard Mapelli Mozzi, 38 (pictured left with Beatrice). The Rolling Stones were headlining American Express presents BST

🙁😶😣 Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer (pictured) could have as little as two hours to prepare a resignation speech if he is fined over Beergate, it has been revealed.

🙁😶😣 EXCLUSIVE: Another recommendation made at the London-based conference to make GP practices more inclusive was getting GPs and staff to wear pronoun labels so patients feel at ease.


American's shocked reaction to facts about life in Britain captured on camera - from the free ambulance rides to the 'crazy' amounts of paid holiday

🙁😶😣 The surprised American is Emily from Miami, who is quizzed about life in Britain by her best friend, Kalyn Franke, who runs GirlGoneLondon.com, a resource about travelling to and moving to the UK. Kalyn is also from Florida but ten years ago moved to the UK and now produces blogs, videos and online courses about life in the country full-time. Kalyn now has insider knowledge of Britain - and in the video brings Emily up to speed on the lie of the land and the societal perks Britons enjoy. She quizzes her on UK facts, then watches her stunned reactions to the answers.

🙁😶😣 Last week, the banking giant ordered staff to wear badges bearing their 'preferred pronouns' to prevent the 'accidental misgendering' of trans staff.

🙁😶😣 And actor Alan Fletcher, 65, who's played Dr Karl Kennedy in the show for 28 years, has revealed he found his final scene 'overwhelming' to film.

🙁😶😣 Russian tourists staying at the Red Sea resort where two women were mauled to death by sharks say Egyptian lifeguards were warned there were predators in the water, but laughed at the suggestion. English-speaking guests had gone to guards on duty at the Sahl Hasheesh resort, just south of Hurghada (inset), on Friday to say they had seen a shark but were mocked and told 'there are no sharks [here] and never have been'. Just 15 minutes later, 68-year-old Austrian pensioner Elisabeth Sauer (left) was mauled in front of horrified onlookers (top right) - managing to drag herself to shore before dying of shock. It later emerged that another woman - identified only as a Romanian in her 40s - had been killed just 650ft from where Sauer was attacked, with her badly disfigured remains found floating on a reef on the same day. Another Russian woman living in Hurghada has since claimed the Romanian woman had been missing from the five-star Premiere Le Reve hotel (bottom right) for two days before he remains were found, suggesting she may actually have been the first to die. News of her death only emerged on Sunday.

🙁😶😣 The First Minister plans to hijack the election as a single-issue vote on breaking up Britain, saying a referendum should be held if pro-independence parties win 50 per cent of the vote.

🙁😶😣 Peta Todd, 35, (pictured left and right with husband Mark Cavendish and their four children) has revealed that she is pregnant with her fifth child. The former glamour model, who is married to Mark Cavendish, 37, told The Sun that she thought she was going through early menopause. The news has come at the right time for the family, after they were robbed at knifepoint before Christmas, it has given them something joyful to focus on.

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🙁😶😣 Lisa Partington (pictured, left with family) has suffered with emetophobia since she was 24 years old. The virtual assistant, 36, from Peterborough says that her sickness fear is so severe she's scared of her own children. At its worst, her emetophobia has left Lisa unable to leave the house in case she picks up a vomiting bug. She revealed she has told her husband to take her children (right together) and start a new life without her illness.


🙁😶😣 Strictly Come Dancing is set to waltz back to the iconic Blackpool Tower ballroom for the first time in three years.

🙁😶😣 The East LA native was mourned by the likes of Ice T, Omarion, Jermaine Dupri, Sheila E, and Toni Basil

🙁😶😣 DAILY MAIL COMMENT: For all his recent troubles - some self-inflicted - this paper unequivocally believes Boris Johnson is the right man to lead the party and the country.

🙁😶😣 CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: No one understands the real dangers of dissent more acutely than a rebel.

🙁😶😣 Roughly 2.3million Britons had Covid in the week ending June 24 - up by a third on the previous spell. Even though rates are climbing quickly, they remain a fraction of levels seen in past peaks.

🙁😶😣 The mother of the three year-old boy who died after falling from a 29th floor balcony of a New York City apartment building on Saturday morning has lengthy criminal history.

🙁😶😣 The detached house (pictured) in the tiny village of Barr in southwest Scotland is too dangerous for prospective buyers to go inside because of the massive damage to its top half. A fire at the house left the roof caved in and windows on its upper floor smashed (inset), leaving only a few charred rafters behind. Debris from the blaze is also strewn across the front garden. This didn't stop the house going on sale on Rightmove for around a tenth of the average asking price in Scotland.

🙁😶😣 One of The Guardian's US reporters, Julia Carrie Wong, tweeted how she believes people who question 'trans ideology' are fascists. Wong was promptly taken to task by fellow Twitter users.

🙁😶😣 Keen cyclists have to contend with many hazards on the roads, but men may have more to worry about than keeping out of the way of traffic.


🙁😶😣 Alexandra Shulman says that white dresses represent summer. Her white dress is her most faithful holiday companion and has travelled everywhere from Ibiza to Rajasthan with her.

🙁😶😣 A British man has been left shocked after moving from England to Australia and learning about a common act nearly every Aussie does.

🙁😶😣 Prince Charles was facing questions about his charity after payments were found from a Tory donor who spent £1.7million bailing out the future king's failed eco-village project.

🙁😶😣 A nine-year-old boy is recovering in hospital after falling seven metres to the ground from a zipline.

🙁😶😣 Veteran Carl Spurlin Dekel said that while fighting in the war was his biggest pride, slain soldiers had not died for the America of today.


🙁😶😣 Chefs are also switching from British meat to cheaper produce from abroad, raising concerns that the quality of meals is under threat. Pictured: A beef roast dinner.

🙁😶😣 Thousands online have been left scratching their heads after a talented baker asked fans to 'spot the cake' on a Kmart shelf among other products.  Tegan 'Tigga' Maccormack, from Melbourne, posted a now-viral video walking in front of a shelf full of travel coffee cups, mugs, tea infusers and plates. Most found it near impossible to identify the incredibly realistic cake - but Tegan revealed it was a pink and ivory travel mug on the second shelf. 

🙁😶😣 Britain is spending millions of pounds a year on the human rights body whose judges grounded Priti Patel's Rwanda asylum flight.

🙁😶😣 Every week our Holiday Hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at a brilliant holiday topic, doing all the legwork so you don't have to. This week: Last-minute walking holidays.

🙁😶😣 Campaigners say pubs that were once at the heart of the community are closing down, with many demolished or turned into flats.

🙁😶😣 Ministers say that this will give providers more flexibility in how they run their businesses while maintaining safety and quality of care.

🙁😶😣 Biden's approval rating also dropped to a low of 38 percent at a time when the president is facing a potentially damaging verdict from voters in the upcoming midterm elections in November.

🙁😶😣 Most of the money is owed to those who paid council tax in advance before moving house, with some owed to people who forgot to cancel payments or whose homes were re-banded.

🙁😶😣 ANDREW PIERCE: The CCTV system that did for Health Secretary Matt Hancock is still whirring away at his old department.

🙁😶😣 Girlguiding chiefs have been accused of promoting 'woke claptrap' after advising leaders to learn almost 100 terms linked to gender and sexual identity.

🙁😶😣 BRIAN VINER: Puffing along in the slipstream of Top Gun: Maverick comes another sequel made decades after the original, indeed in this case the gap is even wider. The Railway Children, which had a welcome one-day re-release yesterday, dates from 1970. Those of you who regard Lionel Jeffries' timeless classic with unalloyed affection, as I do, will no doubt approach The Railway Children Return with caution.

🙁😶😣 Prince Albert and Princess Charlene of Monaco shared a new portrait over the weekend to mark their 11th wedding anniversary. The couple married in Monaco on July 1, 2011.

🙁😶😣 Vets say leaving the heating on is usually unnecessary, as most healthy pets have enough fur to keep them warm, and air conditioning is generally not needed by pets either.

🙁😶😣 Labour has struggled with reconciling women's and trans rights, with Sir Keir Starmer and his frontbenchers unable to define what a woman is.

🙁😶😣 Down a quiet alleyway in Sydney's inner-west lies an unassuming terrace cottage that hides an incredible underground retreat with mirrored ceilings, leather walls and an uber-chic built-in bar.

🙁😶😣 Steph McGovern, 40, says the key motivator for her is authenticity. The presenter was a business reporter on BBC breakfast before fronting Steph's Packed Lunch.

🙁😶😣 Ministers were told to 'buck up and deliver' on gambling reform after a Daily Mail audit revealed the devastating toll of betting addiction (36 victims pictured).

🙁😶😣 Hannah Betts explains that it is possible to use different lip treatments to fake a natural look this summer. UK-based expert adds that beauty fans can also use more natural nail products.

🙁😶😣 EXCLUSIVE: Sian Jones, 57, was raised by her adoptive parents on the island of Guernsey, and had been trying to find her mother for 20 years when she appeared on tonight's Long Lost Family. Her mother, Sylvia Humphreys (inset), gave Sian up for adoption in Clynnog-Fawr, when she was 16. Because she was so young, her family did not think Sylvia could cope with raising a child, and pressured her to give her baby away. Sian said her adoptive mother (left) was not very affectionate and she's been searching her whole life for a caring family. Right: She was reunited with her brother Stewart and sister Sharon on the show.

🙁😶😣 More than 13,000 users complained of errors around 3am EST Friday. The overwhelming influx of viewers pushed Netflix beyond its capacity, causing tech issues across the entire platform.

🙁😶😣 Mickey will become available for the public domain in 2024, following U.S. copyright laws that state intellectual property on artistic work expires at the 95-year mark.

Australian police frantically search for two people who set a police car alight - as they fear one is suffering severe burns after the explosion set THEM on fire too

🙁😶😣 The moment two brazen arsonists set fire to a police car in a suburban carpark has been captured on video, as cops offer $25,000 to anyone who can help find them. The marked patrol car was parked in the forecourt of a vehicle dealership in Mandurah, south of Perth, on Friday when two people approached on foot about 4.30am. The pair then poured accelerant from a jerry can over the hood of the car and set it alight with a blowtorch - with the flames exploding in a fireball and setting alight the shirt of one of the pair as they both flee. 



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🙁😶😣 Iconic actors Al Pacino and Sylvester Stallone enjoyed a few slices of pizza as they met up Saturday at a restaurant in Beverly Hills, California. Pacino, 82, donned a black coat with blue-tinted sunglasses and sported a goatee on the summer day alongside Stallone, 75. The screen legend of films such as Scarface, The Godfather series and Dog Day Afternoon sat alongside Stallone, who was clad in a black button-up collared shirt on the daytime outing in Southern California.

🙁😶😣 Nigel Colborn says that many lawns became wildflower meadows in the No Mow campaign. In the UK-based garden expert's village, front lawns were full of daisies, buttercups, clover and violets.

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Wacky races! Thousands descend on London's Alexandra Palace to watch amateur racers go head to head the first Red Bull SOAPBOX Race in the UK since the Covid pandemic

🙁😶😣 Amateur racers from around the world have donned wacky costumes to take part in Red Bull's Soapbox Race. Thousands of spectators descended on Alexandra Palace in London on Sunday to witness the annual event. Around 70 teams of amateur drivers and crews were tasked with creating homemade non-motorised soapboxes to race on the steep downhill course.

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