Last updated: 22:56 BST, 28 May 2022

Liverpool fans including families and young children were teargassed by French police as chaos outside the Stade de France (bottom right) marred the build-up to the club's UEFA Champions League final clash this evening. As the match's 8pm kickoff approached, reports suggested 'hundreds of fans' without tickets attempted to storm the venue in the French capital ahead of the match. While they may not be inside the stadium, they will have access to its surroundings. Police chose to create a narrow human funnel, prompting crush concerns, as they separated fans trying to enter the venue in concerning scenes harkening to the UEFA Euro 2020 chaos at Wembley stadium. A bottleneck is also said to have built up on the way to Gate U, and issues with public transport across Paris also disrupted the journeys for many fans throughout the day. Speaking to AP while queuing, a fan said: 'It's absolutely horrendous. There's a bottleneck down there and there's literally a six-foot gap for maybe 20,000 Liverpool fans to get in. We are absolutely being pushed from pillar to post. I have an 82-year-old father in law here. It's just madness. I'm really sorry but there are just thousands behind us.' Kickoff was pushed back by an extra 30 minutes as a result, with eyewitnesses adding that fans were being held in 'long and slow moving' hour-long queues outside the stadium as the final fast approached. Pictured left: The snaking queues outside the Stade de France on Saturday

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Peter Andre cannot recall an alleged one-night stand with Rebekah Vardy and is talking to lawyers about how to stop her claim about his manhood being repeated. Mr Andre, 49, is upset that the claims, made in the News Of The World in 2004, have resurfaced and that he was given no warning they would be detailed in Mrs Vardy's court battle with fellow Wag Coleen Rooney.

PETER HITCHENS: The general outcomes for children deprived of what we would once have called stable family life, and deprived of fathers, are just not very good.

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Retired Hollywood lighting director Thomas Markle, 77, who is estranged from Meghan, said: 'I wanted to come to pay my respects to the Queen. I wish her a happy Jubilee and many more years.'


Andrew Oldfield, 35, a teacher and father-of-two who repeatedly molested a teenage girl while working at Horn's Mill Primary School in Helsby, has been banned from teaching for life.


In anticipation of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, pint glasses will be adorned with a Crown for the first time in nearly 20 years after Ministers axed EU rules banning the patriotic symbol.

Plans to encourage more people to complain to police about anti-trans hate crimes could criminalise comedians such as Ricky Gervais, campaigners have warned. The Home Office is in the process of drawing up a new hate crimes strategy that aims to 'increase the reporting of all forms of hate crime', including those relating to gender identity. Those in favour of the proposals, which would see 'perpetrators' accused of 'non-crime hate incidents', hope people will feel better protected from harm.

Hopkins died at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys after suffering a heart attack. He is survived by his wife Sian and son Matthew.

Helen Williams, director of UK brand Willow Bridal, told FEMAIL brides want their overall wedding party to be more 'Instagramable' overall, meaning they aren't as keen to upstage their bridesmaids.

NEW LOUISE PERRY: Feminist analysis of marriage sees it as a method used by men to control female sexuality. And it does do that, but that was never its sole function. There is also a protective function to marriage, but it makes sense only when understood in relation to children. In the era before contraception, a prohibition on sex before marriage served female - not male - interests, because it protected the people who bear (literally) the consequences of an extramarital pregnancy. Single motherhood was a catastrophe, not just in the reputational harm it did, with mothers and their children stigmatised by their families and communities, but disastrous enough to result, for some, in a choice between prostitution and starvation. Or else other alternatives that were just as terrible - a dangerous attempt at abortion, the abandonment of a child to an orphanage, or infanticide. The stigma around single motherhood caused a great deal of misery for its many victims, but it also existed for a reason: to deter women from making an irreparable mistake for the sake of a worthless man, a cad who would desert them after casual sex rather than take on the commitment of being a dad.

DR LIZ O'RIORDAN: If we do flag up all women with a slightly increased risk and offer them regular mammograms from the age of 30, it could do more harm than good?

NEW Murderous Russian troops have launched 'hunt to kill' missions to purge top Ukrainian officials in the east of the country. This comes after the Kremlin yesterday hailed fresh advances on Ukraine.

Noel Clarke's twin Bafta statuettes sit on the bookshelves of his West London home. Once they represented the pinnacle of his achievement as an actor, writer, producer and director. Today the bronze faces stare blankly out over a career that lies in tatters. Until a year ago Clarke was part of the British film and TV establishment. He could be seen on screen in the BBC's Doctor Who and top-rated police dramas on ITV and Sky. 

Ray Liotta's body is being transported via private jet from the Dominican Republic back to Los Angeles at his family's request as his fiancée breaks her silence on the actor's shocking death.

Jamie Scott, an IT engineer from Warwickshire suffered a brain haemorrhage the day after his first AstraZeneca jab in April last year and has been left with permanent brain damage.

Yoga teachers and personal trainers have the best skin, according to the research conducted by UK online beauty and cosmetics company Beauty Pie.

Russia has lost 30,000 troops in Vladimir Putin's war, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence has claimed. The West is also working to break the Russian blockade on Ukrainian ports to stop a food crisis.

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In a show of the resilience that has marked her record-breaking reign, the Queen has vowed to make two appearances on the Buckingham Palace balcony on Thursday, the first day of her Jubilee celebrations. The appearances - which come despite recent mobility problems - will take place during Her Majesty's official Birthday Parade, the start of the four-day bank holiday weekend. A Royal source said: 'The Queen is determined to take part in the Jubilee celebrations. Trooping was brought forward by one week to be part of the Jubilee this year and the Queen very much wants to be part of it.' Crowds are expected to line the Mall to watch as the colour - or flag - is trooped by the 1st Battalion Irish Guards plus more than 1,500 officers and soldiers from the Household Division. More than 350 horses and hundreds of military musicians will be involved in the procession, in which members of the Royal Family will travel on horseback and in carriages down the Mall to Horse Guards Parade, where the ceremony takes place.


With her hands clasped together and a string of pearls around her neck, it is a pose that many have come to expect from Britain's longest-serving Monarch.

Britain has never seen one before… and may never do so again. With over a billion viewers worldwide, break out the bunting and get ready to celebrate this year's historic Platinum Jubilee.

MAUREEN LIPMAN: I make no bones about it. I am a Royalist. I love and respect Queen Elizabeth more than any other world figure. To those who want a republic, headed by the cast of Love Island.

 A remarkable 86 per cent of the public are satisfied with the Queen, while her heir, Prince Charles, now enjoys the approval of almost two-thirds of Britons.

NICHOLAS COLERIDGE: There were always two objectives for the Platinum Jubilee, one easy, the other more complex. The easy one is applauding the Queen. With only four days to go until the start of the big Jubilee weekend, the sense of excitement and patriotism is here for all to see. Thousands of street parties have been organised from village greens to city centres, high streets are awash with Union Flags, flowers and bunting. If you want to assess the popularity of the Queen, look around. Her Majesty must be the only world leader more popular today - 70 years after she took the job - than she was on the day she began. Presidents and prime ministers are lucky if they remain popular for seven months. Already she is the longest-serving monarch in our islands' story, and her reign spans one of the most remarkable and transformative periods of history. And therein lies the more complex challenge. How to tell the story of the United Kingdom over the Queen's seven-decade reign from the post-war privations of the 1950s, through flower power and Moon landings, punks and yuppies, all the way to our digital age? How to invoke memories that all parts of the nation can identify with, and get behind, when we have moved from being a country of bowler hats and furled umbrellas to the full-on multicultural experience, with dozens of different ethnicities reflecting their Britishness in different ways? The Platinum Jubilee Pageant, of which I am Co-Chair, will be held next Sunday: the culmination of the celebrations, the largest and most inclusive.

NEW Hundreds of swimming pools across Britain are facing closure because they are unable to cope with rising energy bills, with pool operators planning to turn down temperatures of water.

Liverpool and Real Madrid are all set to battle it out for the biggest prize in club football when the Champions League final takes place in Paris tonight. Jurgen Klopp's men are the favourites to lift the famous trophy for a seventh time, with Real chasing a 14th crown. The match will be a repeat of the 2018 final in Kyiv, which the Spanish giants won 3-1 in a controversial and bitter showdown. Fans have been soaking up the atmosphere in the French capital prior to the huge clash, with tens of thousands making the hop across the Channel from England to be a part of the showpiece occasion. Follow all the action as it happens with Sportsmail's DAN RIPLEY as we count down to the 8pm kick-off.


The stage is set: Liverpool will meet Real Madrid in the Champions League final at the Stade de France tonight in Paris, in what will be a rematch of their 2018 showdown in Kyiv.


The girlfriends and wives of Real Madrid and Liverpool players have touched down in the capital to cheer on their boys before the match begins tonight at 8pm.

Tories loyal to the PM suspect MPs who attended a dinner at an upmarket bar in West London called The Surprise last week were scheming to trigger a Tory leadership challenge. A recent opinion poll suggested the Tories could lose 88 seats at the next election, including to the PM's Uxbridge constituency. Some 16 members of the party - including Transport Secretary Grant Shapps attended the meeting of the 'Deep Blue' group of centre right MPs.

NEW Attitude magazine's condemnation of the former England captain, who featured on its cover with blond dyed hair in 2002, was triggered by Beckham's support for gay footballer Jake Daniels.

Three-quarters of Britons go in to the office when they feel unwell -with a third worrying that their employers won't believe they are sick.

A murder investigation is being launched after a man in his 40s was stabbed to death in Manchester today. A man in his 30s is being questioned by police on suspicion of murder.

The Chancellor unveiled a fresh cost-of-living bailout on Thursday with every household getting hundreds of pounds off their sky-rocketing bills.

Superyacht worth £6m with 2,000 gallons of fuel onboard finally SINKS after burning for three hours in spectacular Devon harbour blaze - raising fears it could cause an oil slick

Rendezvous,an 85ft superyacht worth £6million which was carrying 8,000 litres of fuel has sunk after it went up in flames at Torquay harbourside in Devon just before midday on Saturday. The flames and smoke caused by the blaze left some people trapped at the far end of the pier, according to one witness, with police confirming the boat drifted from its mooring. Police say no one is reported to have been injured in the fire, which has forced the closure of the harbour and waterfront while crews desperately try to put out the flames. People living nearby are being warned to keep their doors and windows closed to protect themselves from the hazardous fumes.

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Footage posted online showed the child flying backwards after the guard hit hit - with the boy being reportedly left too 'traumatised' to go outside after the incident at a Sainsbury's in London.

'My life these past couple of years have been nothing but truly magical,' Jacy, 47, posted to her Instagram account. She added: 'Ray and I share a deep love that I will cherish forever'.

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Dame Deborah James has raised a huge £6.5million for her cancer fundraiser since announcing the start of her end-of-life care. The 40-year-old BBC podcaster has been living with stage four bowel cancer since December 2016, but since her health took a turn in early May, she launched the Bowel Babe fund to continue her legacy. In the three weeks since first sharing her fundraiser on JustGiving, she has smashed her target of £250,000 for Cancer Research UK to reach over £6,570,000 as of Saturday 28 May, with over 302,000 supporters chipping in. She has launched a collection with InTheStyle this week, to raise money for the bowelbabe fund, which has hit more than £6.5 million since she announced she's receiving end-of-life care at her parents' home in Woking. The collection with InTheStyle is available to pre-order until 8am on Monday, with 100 per cent of the profits going to Bowel Babe for Cancer Research UK. Deborah has been living with stage four bowel cancer since she was diagnosed in December 2016 and said designging the collection gave her something to focus on other than her illness. 'From now until I die, I'm wearing a different dress each day. Sounds slightly odd and morbid but I'm enjoying it so much,' she said. In her photos with Prince William when he visited, she wore an InTheStyle number from her collection, ahead of announcing its launch.

Uniform rules have been relaxed at private girls' schools after years of banning hair and nail colours after students' mental health was called into question.

The bad news has come so thick and fast that the Chancellor has now stepped in again, but what can you do to protect your finances?

Jurors deliberating the dueling defamation trial between actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard adjourned yesterday without delivering verdicts, leaving the resolution in the widely watched six-week trial to next week. The seven-person jury deliberated for more than two hours on Friday and will resume discussions on Tuesday after the US Memorial Day holiday. The court heard closing arguments from both sides on Friday afternoon at the courthouse in Virginia with Depp's lawyer asking jurors to give the actor 'his life back' while Heard's lawyer reminded jurors of explicit messages Depp had sent to associates and friends regarding his ex-wife.

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Elon Musk, who dated Amber Heard briefly in 2016, tweeted about the high-profile defamation trial involving Heard and Johnny Depp after six weeks of testimony that has captivated the world.

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Iran has been accused of piracy after it seized two Greek oil tankers in one of the world's busiest shipping lanes in revenge for the capture of a Russian-flagged tanker loaded with Iranian oil.

Princess Charlene of Monaco has continued her return to public life today as she joined her husband Prince Albert at the F1 in Monte Carlo. The royal, 44, opted for casual cool in a blue tunic dress and and white jeans with towering black heels while Albert, 64, wore an open collar shirt and blue blazer with black shoes. It's the first time the pair have been seen in public together since  French media claimed she is receiving £10million a year to appear by her husband's side at public engagements. While she walked side-by-side with Albert, the pair did not hold hands, with Charlene warmly greeting  drivers Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel with kisses on the cheek.Charlene recently returned to Monaco and was seen last month with her children and husband for the first since November after spending time in treatment facility for 'exhaustion'.

Cleveland Police were trying to trace Ava and Aubree, who were last seen on yesterday evening, Friday, May 27.


Business owner Kellie Swanton from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, jetted off to Turkey in February for her new gnashers,but cruel online trolls have compared her to a horse.

'There is so much guilt right now. My heart goes out to all of the families who are suffering... And now we have 11 funerals to attend,' Mia, who asked that her last name not be used, told the New York Post. Thursday was supposed to be the last day of school for the students at Robb Elementary School. It was also supposed to be a sleepover, her daughter Evalynn was planning with her best friend, Layla Salavar, 10, a victim of the mass shooting. 'I can't eat, couldn't think because of the overwhelming amount of guilt,' said Mia.

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Members of an elite tactical border patrol unit arrived at Robb Elementary School at around midday, but were told by the chief of the school district police to not enter the school.

New footage shows Ted Cruz being confronted in a Houston restaurant by a gun reform activist over the Texas school shooting after his appearance at the NRA convention.

Keanna Baxter, 17, (right) said her former friend, who has chosen to remain anonymous, dated gunman Salvador Ramos, 18, (inset) and that his violent mood swings would leave her terrified while a former co-worker at Whataburger Crystal Foutz (left) also said he was aggressive online towards women. She said she avoided Ramos because her friend warned him of his temperament. Ramos slaughtered at least 19 innocent children in the second deadliest school shooting in American history in Uvalde, Texas before being shot dead in a shootout with a border patrol officer. He bought  two AR-15 assault rifles for his 18th birthday days before the shooting, bragged about them on social media and suggested he would commit an atrocity before the deadly attack.

Governor Greg Abbott, 64, said 'every cost of every family concerning anything about funeral services is going to be taken care of' due to an anonymous donor.

Facetime with a killer: Chilling new footage shows Texas gunman Salvador Ramos during shirtless video call with 15-year-old German girl - just days before he told her about his sick plan to massacre schoolchildren

Teenage girls on Yubo reported Salvador Ramos' account to the app on several occasions after he threatened to rape and kill them on livestream calls. He would also threaten to shoot up their schools. A teenage girl from Germany, only identified as Cece, says the shooter warned her on the app that he was going to shoot up Robb Elementary School just 15 minutes before he opened fire. Screenshots of the pair's correspondence, provided by the girl to CNN, reveal they were exchanging messages just after 11:01am CT - less than half hour before the massacre had started. 'Ima tell you [right now] hold on' he wrote at 11:08am. 'Waiting for this b****,' he then sent, referring to his grandmother, Cecilia Gonzalez. Further text messages that were sent revealed that Ramos had been annoyed by his grandmother, who called AT&T to discuss the teen's phone bill. 'I just shot my grandma in her head' he sent minutes later. 'Ima go shoot up a elementary school [right now],' his last sent text read. 'I just saw the news...' Cece responded exactly three hours later. Ramos would frequently message women on the app, sending selfies and pictures of his guns and ammunition before Tuesday's massacre.

The UK is set to bask in sunshine today but cooler, more unsettled weather will take over ahead of the Jubilee weekend, forecasters have said.

Mr Richardson, 36, said the car was stolen while he slept at his Manchester home that he shares with husband Carl Hyland and their two children after he parked the Range Rover in his driveway

Isimemen Etute, 19, was found not guilty of a charge of second-degree murder in the 2021 death of Jerry Smith, 40, of Blacksburg, Virginia, on Friday. The jury deliberated for approximately three hours before returning its verdict around 6.30pm. He was on trial for allegedly beating Smith to death after finding out he was a woman. The two had met to engage in oral sex and Etute thought he was meeting a woman named 'Angie.' After finding out 'Angie' was actually a man, he reportedly punched him five times and kicked to get out of the apartment when he thought Smith was reaching for a gun. Police said Smith had a knife stashed under his mattress, but Smith's defense said he would have been unable to reach it. Smith was suspended from the Virginia Tech team after he was charged with murder.


The family of Tony Sutcliff designed a special Remembrance bench to be placed on Baildon Moor but the council say they did not have permission to put it there.


Mina Smallman (pictured), the mother of murdered sisters Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, forgave her daughters' killer Danyal Hussein, 19, for the murders.

Prince William was up early this morning to rehearse the Queen's annual birthday parade, Trooping the Colour (left). The Duke of Cambridge (right), 39, looked incredibly smart in his red and blue military uniform, which he teamed with the traditional bearskin hat. On his chest (lower inset) he proudly displayed a myriad of gleaming medals as he went through the practice session, which is known as the Colonel's Review.

Just days before Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee celebrations are due to begin, an exclusive survey for MailOnline revealed the extent of support for her eldest child to replace her as monarch.

Billionaire Jeff Bezos was spotted getting cozy with his girlfriend at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) commencement ceremony. The Amazon founder and TV personality Lauren Sanchez were smiling, laughing and shared a few cheek kisses while attending MIT's graduation festivities on Friday. It is unclear if the pair were at the ceremony in support of a specific Class of 2022 graduate or if they were invited as prominent figures. MIT has served as Bezos and Sanchez's romantic stopping grounds for many years with the pair having reportedly shacked up together during a Parents' Weekend in October 2018. Bezos and the TV personality took to a hotel room together just hours after his then-wife, Mackenzie Scott (not pictured), left town. The Bezos family had allegedly been visiting their son Preston at the university. It's unclear when exactly Bezos and Sanchez first got together, but their affair exposed by the National Enquirer in January 2019. Bezos and Scott were married from 1993 to 2019 and share four children together. They announced their separation back in January 2019 shortly before the billionaire's affair with Sanchez was exposed.


Dhawal Chaudhary, 27, set up 50 accounts to send explicit sexual content along with pictures and diagrams to the 2017 Miss England winner Stephanie Hill, pictured.

Moment woman passenger, 29, broke flight attendant's teeth in vicious midair attack after she was told to wear a mask in the US

A federal judge sentenced Vyvianna Quinonez (left) to 15 months in federal prison on Tuesday for the May 2021 attack on a flight attendant identified only as S.L. (inset) Quinonez was on a May 23, 2021 Southwest Airlines flight when S.L asked her to buckle her seatbelt, stow her tray table and wear her mask during the descent. Quinonez began recording the attendant on her cellphone, pushed her, then stood up and punched the woman in the face and grabbed her hair. (right) The assault was recorded on another passenger's cellphone. According to the plea agreement, the flight attendant suffered three chipped teeth, 2 of which needed crowns, along with bruises and a cut under her left eye. So far in 2022, there have been 1,419 reports of undisciplined passengers, with 1.6 incidents per 10,000 flights for the week ending on May 15.

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Plans suggest Posh and Becks want to continue having cosy nights in front of a roaring fire during the winter, instead of relying on more eco-friendly methods of heating such as an electric heat pump.

The infection was reported in the east of Ireland on Friday evening, bringing the UK total to 106 while NHS 111 continues to be swamped with calls.

IS Ukraine LOSING the war in Donbas?  Defenders are forced to fall back to avoid capture as Russians advance after blasting towns to wastelands in the east of country

Ukraine has admitted it may have to retreat from its last post in the Luhansk region (main) as Russian forces continue their relentless march. Putin's forces - now into their fourth month of the invasion - have concentrated on the east of the country in recent weeks (top right). Ukrainian soldiers leaving Luhansk will be a blow to the country, due to its symbolic significance in the war. This morning Boris Johnson offered fresh support to Ukrainian President Zelensky. Zelensky said they spoke on the phone about 'strengthening defence support for Ukraine, intensifying work on security guarantees and supplying fuel'. He added: 'We must work together to prevent a food crisis and unblock Ukrainian ports.'

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Former Royal Marine Ben Grant, 30, (pictured) the son of Tory MP Helen Grant, dragged a fellow British volunteer soldier escape Russian fire after his leg was blown up by a mine north of Kharkiv.

NEW In reality, Sir David Stirling was a man of limited capacity with a troubling, error-strewn history - despite being lauded as a military genius by a nation looking for its own Rommel. Stirling was described as 'the newest terror of the desert' who, 'towering 6ft 4in, is as lithe as a panther, a former boxing champion, one of the finest horsemen in the Army'. He was fluent in German, capable of fooling his way through enemy checkpoints and was, they claimed, a veritable 'Robin Hood in battledress'.

He has been hosting James Martin's Saturday Morning since 2017 and the popular programme sees him recommending top recipes as he cooks from his home.

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Sir Bob Neill and Alicia Kearns both voiced their dissatisfaction with the Prime Minister's insistence that he had not broken coronavirus rules by attending leaving-dos for departing officials.



Wrexham Football Club owners and Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney watched as the team narrowly lost against Grimsby in a nail-biting National League play-off. Both actors were pictured cheering from Wrexham's The Racehorse Ground as the Dragon scored four goals this afternoon. The game proved to be neck-on-neck and went into extra time, with a score of 5-4 to Grimsby. Last week, Reynolds and McElhinney watched the team narrowly lose to Bexley at the FA Vase Cup in Wembley, with pals David Beckham and actor Will Ferrell in tow.

Zara Tindall proved she was the queen of casual cool today as she sported sunglass and jeans at Houghton International Horse Trials in King's Lynn, Norfolk. The Queen's granddaughter, 41, who is  an accomplished equestrian and Olympian sported a navy jacket and matching cap  as she chatted to friends.     Proving her prowess for all his equestrian, the mother-of-three was seen checking the show jumping course after competing in the dressage event. Zara, who is married to former England rugby international Mike, was smartly dressed as she rode her horse, Class Affair.

The woman, who has not been named, had been at a birthday party in the city of Charleston, West Virginia, when Dennis Butler began shooting at the group of around 40 people.

The Oscar-winning actor was in Uvalde, Texas on Friday - his hometown, where his mother was a teacher - to show his support for the community after Tuesday's mass shooting.

Car finance platform CarFinance 247 has shared a new puzzle to test your observation skills and highway code. This seek-and-find challenge will take your for spin as it teaches you the perils of lazy driving - drivers slipping into bad habits of not using their indicators. This is not an easy challenge and will test the most experienced puzzlers - so, do you have what it takes?

Demogorgons, Green Goblins and Marvel heroes have  descended on London for MCM Comic Con 2020. Thousands of enthusiasts, dressed as characters from comics, films, cartoons and computer games, came together at the ExCel Centre in east London for the first of a two-day Comic Con Spring event.  Celebrity guests at the event include The Umbrella Academy's Robert Sheehan, Doctor Who's Tracy-Ann Oberman and drag star Tia Kofi who will all strike up poses with fans dressed in their best character costumes.

Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, who once skipped out on a Botox bill, is currently on the run after allegedly gunning down cyclist Moriah 'Mo' Wilson, a 25-year-old her boyfriend once briefly dated.

Scaffolder Shane Jerome, 23, was knifed to death outside Brixton station in south London as he sat on a motorcycle as part of the shoot on July 21, last year. Lamborghini sports cars featured in the film.

Elizabeth Olsen had some fun in the sun her husband Robbie Arnett during a getaway to Porto Ercole, Italy on Saturday. The 33-year-old performer and her spouse, 30, packed on the PDA during their time in the sun, as they shared several kisses before taking a closer look at their surroundings. The happy couple tied the knot at an unspecified date in the recent past, and the actress revealed that she had become married during an interview that took place last July.

The Tory minister stated that since those aged under 18 cannot legally change their gender, schools are entitled to treat all children by their birth gender.

Ex-England footballer Andy Carroll spent the night with not one, but two blonde women during his stag do just two weeks before he is meant to marry ex-TOWIE star Billi Mucklow.

A team of divers had freed the 30-tonne whale from its earlier plight after it was spotted by a ship about three miles off the coast of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands east of Spain a week ago. It swam away expelling air from its blowhole, but was then found stranded on a beach in the Valencian town of Tavernes de la Valldigna on Spain's mainland on Thursday. Specialists from the Oceanography Foundation who examined the whale said it was extremely weak and had several cuts to its dorsal fin. They decided the massive animal would not survive a return to the sea and it died soon afterwards. Nicknamed 'Walls of Death' because of the amount of other sea life they catch in addition to the fish they are set for, drift nets were banned by the United Nations 30 years ago.

Daniel Joslin, 40, was last seen in the vicinity of St Marie's Catholic Church, Oak Street, Rugby, at around 7.29am on Wednesday, May 25.

Cambridge don, Dr David Butterfield, claims he has been branded a 'white supremacist' for studying and teaching classics.The senior lecturer has warned of the 'political danger' to his academic discipline.

Farmers have criticised alleged 'threatening' behaviour from mask-clad animal rights activists who scaled the roof of a national beef expo in protest against the meat industry.

The latest version of the code released by Boris Johnson spells out for the first time that he can impose other punishments if he still retains 'confidence' in the individual.

Iran has revealed it has a massive underground military base brimming with missile-firing drones in a secret bunker beneath a mountain range. With concrete tunnels and military officials using buggies to get around, it looks like a James Bond supervillain's lair - and it has its very own array of deadly weapons to fit the bill. The Iranian army gave some details, but not the exact location, of its secret underground base amid simmering tensions in the Gulf. State TV said 100 drones were being kept in the heart of the Zagros mountains, including Ababil-5, which it said were fitted with Qaem-9 missiles, an Iranian-made version of air-to-surface US Hellfire. One reason Iran might be keeping the drones hidden is to prevent the country's enemies from destroying its huge fleet. 'No doubt the drones of Islamic Republic of Iran's armed forces are the region's most powerful,' army commander Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi said. 'Our capability to upgrade drones is unstoppable.' An Iranian state TV correspondent said he was made to wear a blindfold on the 45-minute helicopter flight from Kermanshah in western Iran to a secret underground drone site.  He was allowed to take blindfolds off only upon arrival at the base, he said.

The BBC last night performed a U-turn after it emerged a presenter they had hired had suggested that people should vote Labour and had repeatedly attacked the Prime Minister.

Older people are in line for a bumper state allowance after Rishi Sunak promised to bring back the triple lock, which protects increases, after it was suspended this year.

Lookalike Steve Halliday (with the guitar he plays left), 51, got down on one knee on stage at Blackpool during a rendition of If I Can Dream in 2019 to ask Cassandra Fisher (in the same kind of dress Pricilla wore), 33, who works part-time as Priscilla, to marry him. The 33-year-old was 'gobsmacked' (right nose to nose with her Elvis) and could only manage a nod which Steve - who almost lost the ring on stage - told the audience he was taking that as a 'yes'. This was the same stage in the town's Winter Gardens where he first spotted her in the midst of 2,000 people while performing his Elvis Presley tribute act in 2018. Their burning love (inset, the couple) will be on show when they tie the knot on July 29 in Cheshire, dressed as themselves. The newlyweds will then head in costume (Steve's suit with bowtie resembles the King's wedding suit) to Las Vegas - where the real Elvis and Priscilla married in 1967 - to have their union blessed.

With about a kilo of cocaine strapped to his body, Charles Weber (pictured inset), six at the time, was all smiles at London's Heathrow Airport while on his way to southern France to visit Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, the front men of the Rolling Stones who had become family friends - and who happened to be A-list clients to his drug smuggling father Tommy Weber. His brother Jake, only a year-and-a-half older - who would later become a Hollywood actor starring alongside the likes of Patricia Arquette - was also loaded with packets of the party drug. 'I wasn't nervous at all,' Charles, now 57, told the MailOnline this week, 'I didn't really know how bad it was at the time, although I do remember the look of horror on my father's face when my packet was suddenly sticking out of my shirt, but he dragged me to the bathroom and quickly fixed me up.' It is just one in a litany of jaw-dropping memories which feature in Charles' recently released book Ragamuffin's Tale: Growing up in Counterculture Central'.

A host of travel clubs, with subscriptions required, has sprung up. What do they offer exactly? Are they about to revolutionise the way we go abroad? Here's our guide...

Labour MP for Walthamstow Stella Creasy said women can have penises in a recent interview, and said Harry Potter author JK Rowling is wrong to not support self-identification.


A 17th century converted mill in Little Missenden, Buckinghamshire, could be yours for £3.5million - if you don't mind the River Misbourne flowing through the middle of your home. The aptly-named 'Mill House' includes seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and over two acres of private land. The old watermill house lies in the heart of the Misbourne Valley. Little Missenden is well-known as a picture postcard filming location. It has appeared in numerous episodes of TV series Midsomer Murders, as well as Disney's 2021 film Cruella De Ville. The property is marketed by Fine and Country, who are accepting offers in excess of £3.5 million.

A 17-year-old boy has died following a stabbing last night in Camberley, Surrey, while another boy the same age has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

New York state has begun issuing gender neutral driver's licenses that allow motorists to mark down 'X' in the category for sex. The state Department of Motor Vehicles announced the move on Friday.

Juan Vicente Mora (pictured) reached the milestone on Friday, May 27, less than two weeks after he was officially declared the oldest male in the world by Guinness World Records. Mora, who has an incredible 41 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren says the secret to his longevity is due to local alcoholic drink. He said he starts every day with a cup of coffee, while also drinking a glass of aguardiente, which is a liquor made from sugarcane. The booze - which translates into English as firewater - has a minimum of 29 per cent alcohol and some brews go up to 60 per cent. Mora, who is the first known male supercentenarian from Venezuela, gave the advice to 'work hard, rest on holidays, go to bed early, drink a glass of aguardiente every day, love God and always carry him in your heart'.

Ashley Vallejo, 34, revealed she visited her local coffee chain in Waco, Texas, this week outlet where she described their interaction as 'a little bit awkward.'

Zuber and Mohsin Issa are getting cold feet after Walgreens - the pharmacy chain's US owner - asked them for more.

Raymond Wortley, 75, of Crowland, Lincolnshire, accepted and stored waste illegally at his home without a permit. While some of the waste was burned, he also left his gate open which allowed flytippers to deposit other waste on his site. Waste including, tree cuttings, plastics, treated wood and construction waste was kept on land at Wortley's home between October 23, 2019 and June 2, 2021. Officers visited the site in October 2019 after reports of material being burnt at the site. Smoke from the fire was so thick that the officers were unable to see each other.

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Nicole? Papa! ... Two words that still conjure up images of a suave Frenchman, his daughter (inset, together) and a Renault Clio nipping through the countryside. Now, 30 years after the popular series of car commercials first aired on British TV, they are making a comeback - but with a difference. A real-life father and daughter, Nicole (yes, that really is her name) and David McNally, take the lead in a new advert that swaps the romanticism of rural France for residential London (left and right).

Economists fear this could put more money in the hands of consumers who don't need it. If they spend the money on other goods, prices will rise.

Sunak hinted that his windfall tax could be extended to electricity companies, which have also seen profits boom as a result of the surge in bills.

A special expedition-ready version of its new D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 has been created by Isuzu's UK team and codenamed Basecamp. It is based around the standard AT35 which went on sale this month from £47,999. It includes: a rooftop tent, fridge, three-burner gas stove, 12-litre collapsible sink, luggage space, safe storage for a gas bottle, water and fuel containers.



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Disturbing moment carjacker targets California woman, 81, as she fed the homeless in supermarket parking lot then dragged her to the ground as she tried to stop him 

Carlos Sanchez Jr., 24, (right) 'forcefully' took an woman's keys as she was handing out food to the homeless at Stater Bros Markets around 3.30pm on E Colton Avenue. The Nina Steinman, 81, attempted to stop Sanchez from carjacking her by holding onto the driver's side door, but the thief backed out the space, dragging her (left). Three young men attempted to chase down the car, but were unsuccessful. The woman was unharmed and LAPD and Redlands PD later arrested Sanchez. He is currently being held at the West Valley Detention Center on a $250,000 bond and has been charged with carjacking and elder abuse.

BBC Radio 4 programme Encounters With Elizabeth, features people who have met the Queen - and have quite a tale to tell about the experience.

British gardening expert Monty Don reveals how to create a wildflower display like the one being planted at the Tower of London to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

The Queen has never had to worry about the more irksome travel problems faced by the rest of us. No flight or train was ever going to leave without her. Her luggage has never ended up in Miami when it was supposed to be in Manchester. However, on the debit side, she has never been able to go anywhere on a whim; or to tear up her plans at the last minute and head for the beach. As for blending in with the locals, forget it. However, one thing has always been true. When the Queen has been somewhere, her hosts have always wanted to show her the very best of what they have to offer. So, says Robert Hardman, as we mark the Platinum Jubilee of the most widely-travelled head of state on Earth, let's celebrate all the places she has been to along the way.