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Experts uncover the perfect fashion formula for winners at the Oscars

Experts uncover the perfect fashion formula for winners at the Oscars

Fashion brand Accessorize analysed over 40 years of fashion at the Academy Awards to identify the cuts, colours and necklines that have brought the most luck to nominees.

Venezuelan soldiers fire tear gas at desperate people trying to flee across the border to Colombia

Venezuelan soldiers fire tear gas at desperate people trying to flee across the border to Colombia

Chaos erupted on the border with Colombia as Nicolas Maduro blocked US aid coming in and his people going out, as troops fired tear gas in the town of Urena on Saturday.

Could police be close to finding murdered mother-of-four’s body?

Could police be close to finding murdered mother-of-four’s body?

Linda Razzell (pictured) was last seen on March 19, 2002, in Swindon, Wiltshire after driving to work at a college and her mobile phone was found dumped in a nearby alleyway.

Shamima Begum's neighbours says the 19-year-old is lying about wanting to change her ways

Shamima Begum's neighbours says the 19-year-old is lying about wanting to change her ways

Senior figures in the Muslim community have come out in support of the Home Secretary's decision to strip the jihadi bride of her citizenship.

BBC's Baptiste star Tom Hollander reveals how a letter saved his Czech grandfather from the Nazis

BBC's Baptiste star Tom Hollander reveals how a letter saved his Czech grandfather from the Nazis

Tom Hollander, said his grandfather Hans Hans fled Prague, Czech Republic by train with his wife and three-year-old son on the day Hitler's forces invaded then country on March 15 1939.

Instagram is seeking to eclipse Pinterest by adding a public 'Collections' feature

Instagram is seeking to eclipse Pinterest by adding a public 'Collections' feature

According to TechCrunch , Instagram has been privately prototyping a public 'Collections' feature, which allows multiple users to contribute saved images to certain trends or genres.

Man, 30, appears in court charged with murdering a 22-year-old who died in a hotel near Euston

Man, 30, appears in court charged with murdering a 22-year-old who died in a hotel near Euston

Tashan Brewster, 30, has been charged with murder after Bright Akinleye staggered into the plush Wesley Hotel near Euston station late on Monday night with blood pouring from his leg.

Met Office issues fog warnings as blanket of mist causes travel chaos and airport delays

Met Office issues fog warnings as blanket of mist causes travel chaos and airport delays

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for fog in the south east and south west England with flights grounded at London City airport.

'Cannibal' waiter, 26, 'cut up his 66-year-old mother into more than 1,000 pieces

'Cannibal' waiter, 26, 'cut up his 66-year-old mother into more than 1,000 pieces

Alleged self-confessed cannibal Alberto Sanchez Gomez, 26, is said to have made the confession to detectives when they turned up at his family home in Madrid to inquire about missing mother.

PETA slammed for attacking Google for honoring Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin on his birthday

PETA slammed for attacking Google for honoring Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin on his birthday

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals took aim at Google on Friday after it featured illustrations of Steve Irwin working with animals at the Australia Zoo on its home page.

Teenager, 19, dies after being shot and stabbed in west London 

Teenager, 19, dies after being shot and stabbed in west London 

Police said they were called to Wood Green at around 8.10pm last night following reports of a fight breaking out. Two men, aged 19 and 20, were found with stab wounds.

Church of England plans five days of PRAYER in a bid to help Britain's departure from the EU

Church of England plans five days of PRAYER in a bid to help Britain's departure from the EU

Congregations will be asked to pray for the country as Britain approaches March 29. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said the country must rise to the challenge and unite.

Teenagers are spending too much time on social media at bedtime’, study warns

Teenagers are spending too much time on social media at bedtime’, study warns

The University of Glasgow study found that one in five adolescents in the UK are spending more than five hours on social media before they go to bed.

Colombia tears down Pablo Escobar's infamous apartment because it was becoming a 'sick attraction'

Colombia tears down Pablo Escobar's infamous apartment because it was becoming a 'sick attraction'

A crowd of 1,600 people including some families of Escobar victims, watched as the apartment building tumbled to the ground. Medillin Mayor, Federico Gutierrez, labelled building a 'symbol of evil'.

Stephen Lawrence's father says violence on streets is even worse than when his son was stabbed

Stephen Lawrence's father says violence on streets is even worse than when his son was stabbed

Neville Lawrence, father of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, fears that violence on Britain's streets is even worse than when his son was stabbed to death in 1993

Foolish drug user calls POLICE to complain that her dealer had sold her sugar

Foolish drug user calls POLICE to complain that her dealer had sold her sugar

Police in Craigavon, Northern Ireland, were left startled when a disgruntled drug user called in to complain that she had been dealt brown sugar instead of cocaine.

Lidl issues an urgent recall notice over salt and pepper grinders that could contain GLASS 

Lidl issues an urgent recall notice over salt and pepper grinders that could contain GLASS 

The Kania salt mills, 110g, and Kania pepper mills, 50g, could contain glass. The Food Standard Agency released the safety recall notice yesterday after they found the potential risk.

Brighton police and lifeboat crews search for two people feared drowned

Brighton police and lifeboat crews search for two people feared drowned

Emergency services spent more than three hours searching for the potentially drowned victims in the Brighton Marina but were unsuccessful because of the darkness and murky water.

Builder, 51, who scooped £76m EuroMillions snaps up a modest £700K house

Builder, 51, who scooped £76m EuroMillions snaps up a modest £700K house

Andrew Clark 51, won £76m before Christmas and has bought a four-bedroom family home close to his old house in Boston, Lincolnshire. The new home does come with an indoor pool and gym.

Mother's tragic final selfie just hours before she collapsed and died

Mother's tragic final selfie just hours before she collapsed and died

Samantha Abbots, 44, was out enjoying the final day of her ski trip in the French Alps town of Morzine with her husband and 13-year-old son when she fell ill.

Truckloads of ISIS fighters and their jihadi brides line up to leave terrorists’ last frontline

Truckloads of ISIS fighters and their jihadi brides line up to leave terrorists’ last frontline

Some 300 IS militants, along with hundreds of civilians believed to be mostly their families, were seen leaving the militants' last patch of territory in the remote village of Baghouz near the Iraqi border.

Woody Allen is making a new movie despite allegations he molested adopted daughter Dylan Farrow

Woody Allen is making a new movie despite allegations he molested adopted daughter Dylan Farrow

Woody Allen is receiving backing for a new film in Spain weeks after filing a lawsuit against Amazon for dropping his film amid the renewed sexual misconduct allegations by Dylan Farrow.

Mother gives birth to her premature twins in two different hospitals more than 50 miles apart

Mother gives birth to her premature twins in two different hospitals more than 50 miles apart

The mother went to Caithness General Hospital, in Wick, after her waters broke last November but it was decided to move her to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness,100 miles away.

Queen to enjoy a 'secret' dinner that could pave the way for a full state visit for Donald Trump

Queen to enjoy a 'secret' dinner that could pave the way for a full state visit for Donald Trump

EXCLUSIVE: The Queen is set to enjoy a rare private dinner with the US Ambassador, Robert 'Woody' Johnson next month. The dinner comes as discussions for Trump's next visit are ongoing.

Dog owner, 25, is fined £1,500 after he refused to clear up his pet’s poo in his own garden

Dog owner, 25, is fined £1,500 after he refused to clear up his pet’s poo in his own garden

Craig Wood, 25, from Benfleet, Essex, appeared before Basildon Magistrates Court after he ignored five warnings from Castle County Council to clean up his dog's poo. (stock image)

Incredible photographs show African lions in their stunning natural habitat

Incredible photographs show African lions in their stunning natural habitat

Wildlife photographer Margot Raggett has created a coffee-table photography book to raise money for the conservation of lions. Her Kickstarter has raised £81,000 in 24 hours.

Jeremy Corbyn blasts Independent Group's ex-Labour MPs at rally in Tory defector's constituency

Jeremy Corbyn blasts Independent Group's ex-Labour MPs at rally in Tory defector's constituency

Jeremy Corbyn spoke to supporters in Beeston today saying he still 'believes in the unity of Labour movement.' He also called for Theresa May to resign and call a general election.

'Evil' Russian mother, 21, left her three-year-old daughter to die of starvation alone

'Evil' Russian mother, 21, left her three-year-old daughter to die of starvation alone

Maria Plenkina, 21, left her daughter to starve over her third birthday while she went out on a partying spree with her friends in the Russian city of Kirov.

Flypast pensioner Tony Foulds, 82, greeted by well-wishers as he returns to tend WWII memorial

Flypast pensioner Tony Foulds, 82, greeted by well-wishers as he returns to tend WWII memorial

Tony Foulds travelled his usual 7 miles from Sheffield the day after 12,000 people joined him at the site where he witnessed the crash in front of him on February 22, 1944.

Hundreds of illustrated envelopes sent from a father between the First and Second World War

Hundreds of illustrated envelopes sent from a father between the First and Second World War

Frederick Charles Tolhurst, a unionist worker from stockwell, south London, sent more than 200 letters with illustrated envelopes (pictured) to his children Vera and Reginald between 1909 to 1940.

Prince Andrew joins the Queen for a trip out horse riding in the Windsor Castle grounds 

Prince Andrew joins the Queen for a trip out horse riding in the Windsor Castle grounds 

Prince Andrew, who was wearing a classic grey blazer, and the Queen, looked relaxed as they rode black horses for a early morning ride around the Windsor Castle estate in Berkshire.

Florist and event planner who set up Meghan Markle's baby shower promote themselves on social media

Florist and event planner who set up Meghan Markle's baby shower promote themselves on social media

Lewis Miller Design, the celebrity florist, and Jennifer Zabinski Events, event planner to the stars, both touted their work during the 5-day visit to the Big Apple by the Duchess of Sussex.

R Kelly attorney says accusers are LYING as singer is booked on 10 counts of sex abuse

R Kelly attorney says accusers are LYING as singer is booked on 10 counts of sex abuse

R Kelly is scheduled to appear in Chicago court for a bail hearing on Saturday morning after having been indicted and booked on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sex abuse.

Trio who lost 15 stone between them share the slimming plans they used to transform their lives 

Trio who lost 15 stone between them share the slimming plans they used to transform their lives 

Sarah Jones, Kirstie Goodwin and Rebecca Rushbrook lost a combined 15 stone 11lbs. The trio will variously run the London Marathon, climb Mount Snowdon or complete the MoonWalk.

Edward and Sophie hit the piste with their children for a half-term family skiing holiday

Edward and Sophie hit the piste with their children for a half-term family skiing holiday

Prince Edward and his wife Sophie were joined by their children James, Viscount Severn, 11, and Lady Louise Windsor, 15, as they made the most of the half-term holiday in the Swiss Alps.

India's supreme court orders the eviction of one million people from their homes

India's supreme court orders the eviction of one million people from their homes

Human rights activists have slammed the ruling in India, likely to be enforced in coming weeks, as a 'death sentence for millions'.

Glenn Hoddle opens up on heart attack in BT Sport studios that nearly killed him on 61st birthday

Glenn Hoddle opens up on heart attack in BT Sport studios that nearly killed him on 61st birthday

Glenn Hoddle, who confirmed he will return to punditry duties with the broadcaster for the North London derby on March 2, admits he recalls very little of events that day as he spoke for the first time.

Toxic bootleg alcohol kills 93 in India and leaves hundreds more in hospital

Toxic bootleg alcohol kills 93 in India and leaves hundreds more in hospital

Ninety-three workers have died and at least 200 others have been hospitalised in northeastern India after drinking toxic liquor, officials said Saturday. The death toll could rise.

Teenager, 16, spends the night locked inside a Cumbria nightclub toilets after falling asleep

Teenager, 16, spends the night locked inside a Cumbria nightclub toilets after falling asleep

A girl fell asleep in Manhattan's nightclub in Barrow, Cumbria, after an under 16s disco. She tried to get out but had given her phone to a friend earlier in the night so was unable to call for help.

Horsewoman, 21, drops two stone after vets told her she was too fat to ride her beloved pony Dream 

Horsewoman, 21, drops two stone after vets told her she was too fat to ride her beloved pony Dream 

Paige Matthews, 21, from Stanley, County Durham, said: 'I was basically too fat to ride my pony'. She got her beloved pet when she was 10 and the pair are 'best friends' and do everything together.

How much do appliances cost to run? We reveal the biggest electricity guzzlers in the home

How much do appliances cost to run? We reveal the biggest electricity guzzlers in the home

Have you ever wondered how much individual daily tasks such as boiling a kettle and charging your phone cost? Will wonder no more, as exclusive research breaks down the cost of each appliance.

Police charge four men over damage to electrical cables that left a hospital without power

Police charge four men over damage to electrical cables that left a hospital without power

Seriously ill patients at the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital (pictured) in Margate, Kent, had to be moved around the building when the electricity supply was cut.

Britain at its best: A meander along the 61-mile Weavers' Way footpath in Norfolk

Britain at its best: A meander along the 61-mile Weavers' Way footpath in Norfolk

The Daily Mail's Tom Chesshyre and his girlfriend put on their walking boots for an adventure along the Weavers' Way footpath, which runs from Great Yarmouth to Cromer.

Holiday prices slashed by 50 per cent in the week after Britain's withdrawal from the EU

Holiday prices slashed by 50 per cent in the week after Britain's withdrawal from the EU

The cost of a sunshine break is being cut by up to 50 per cent the week immediately following Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union on March 29.

How to explore Slovenia's capital on a shoestring budget

How to explore Slovenia's capital on a shoestring budget

Here's our tips on the best places to stay and eat in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital. The list includes a chic restaurant where a glass of wine costs £1.40 - and a centrally located hotel for £63 per night.

One of Britain's most wanted fugitives accused of posing as a spy in a £850,000 con appears in court

One of Britain's most wanted fugitives accused of posing as a spy in a £850,000 con appears in court

Mark Acklom, 45, who is accused of promising to marry Carolyn Woods before swindling her out of almost £850,000 in life savings as he pretended to be a spy, appeared at Bristol Magistrates Court.

Charlton Athletic goalkeeper, 18, dies from liver cancer

Charlton Athletic goalkeeper, 18, dies from liver cancer

Jordan Dawes' 'heartbroken' family and Charlton Athletic Football Club have posted touching tributes to the promising footballer.

Woman, 30, falls to her death from a 100ft high tower block window 'after being held by her HAIR'

Woman, 30, falls to her death from a 100ft high tower block window 'after being held by her HAIR'

A stomach churning image appears to show Alem Shimeni, from Eritrea, dangling from her hair as she scrambled on a window ledge at the tower in the Royston area of Glasgow on Monday.

An Inspector Calls at Brownsover Hall Hotel in Warwickshire

An Inspector Calls at Brownsover Hall Hotel in Warwickshire

The Inspector gave the Brownsover Hall Hotel in Rugby a two-star rating. He was unimpressed with his room, even though it was spacious, and said the hotel is stuck in a bygone era.

How to protect your holiday when an airline goes bust

How to protect your holiday when an airline goes bust

Following the news that Flybmi has become the latest airline to file for administration, here's our advice on how passengers can avoid having to foot the bill if an airline goes bust.

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