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The Cambridges are treated to a back-garden film premiere with Sir David Attenborough

The Cambridges are treated to a back-garden film premiere with Sir David Attenborough

The joyous meeting in Kensington Palace gardens came on Thursday afternoon as the three children excitedly asked the broadcaster a number of questions.

Mother reveals agony of switching off her 24-year-old daughter's life support after

Mother reveals agony of switching off her 24-year-old daughter's life support after

EXCLUSIVE: Anysha Vincent, pictured, was hit by a lorry in the early hours of September 2 on the A40 in London, and taken to St Mary's hospital in London where she was put on life support.

Former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre is offered role as chairman of Ofcom by Boris Johnson

Former Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre is offered role as chairman of Ofcom by Boris Johnson

Mr Johnson wanted to appoint Mr Dacre as chairman of media regulator Ofcom, and he has asked Charles Moore, the former editor of the Telegraph, to become the chairman of the BBC.

Chef Jamie Oliver joins Mail on Sunday's war on toxic US food

Chef Jamie Oliver joins Mail on Sunday's war on toxic US food

The move comes as International Trade Secretary Liz Truss faces growing Parliamentary pressure to bolster protections against poor quality foreign food.

Councils pay care homes DOUBLE the local weekly fee to take Covid hospital patients

Councils pay care homes DOUBLE the local weekly fee to take Covid hospital patients

Despite a Government pledge to place a 'protective ring' around vulnerable residents, care homes in some regions are being offered cash incentives to take Covid-positive patients.

British tourist dies after being pulled unconscious from the pool of a four-star hotel in Lanzarote

British tourist dies after being pulled unconscious from the pool of a four-star hotel in Lanzarote

The woman was in cardiac arrest when she was pulled from the pool in Lanzarote and revived at the scene by a lifeguard and emergency responders.

Burnley is now England's Covid hotspot with 228 new cases in seven days

Burnley is now England's Covid hotspot with 228 new cases in seven days

In Burnley, 228 new cases were recorded in the seven days to September 23 - the equivalent of 256.4 per 100,000 people, which is the highest rate in England.

Coronavirus lockdown UK: Universities face demands to return tuition fees

Coronavirus lockdown UK: Universities face demands to return tuition fees

Thousands of freshers in Britiain are currently locked down in their rooms as rising cases of the virus devastates the start of term.

UK police search family home in probe into cop killerth

UK police search family home in probe into cop killerth

Officers have been at the home of the de Zoysa family since yesterday after 54-year-old Seargeant Matiu Ratana was killed in Croydon in the early hours of the morning.

Coronavirus UK: We must learn to live with covid, says ROBERT DINGWALL 

Coronavirus UK: We must learn to live with covid, says ROBERT DINGWALL 

ROBERT DINGWALL: Bubonic plague - the Black Death - devastated 14th Century England. Yet by the Great Plague of 1665, the City of London authorities knew what to do.

PETER HITCHENS: Boris' great idea? Burn down the house TWICE to get rid of a wasps' nest

PETER HITCHENS: Boris' great idea? Burn down the house TWICE to get rid of a wasps' nest

PETER HITCHENS: The Prime Minister is like a man who finds a wasps' nest in his house - and burns the house down to get rid of it.

Free speech UK: MPs try to ban 'harmful' words from the Internet

Free speech UK: MPs try to ban 'harmful' words from the Internet

UK Ministers' plans to force blanket regulation on online companies and websites to protect people will not work, according to a new report by think-tank the Centre for Policy Studies.

Boris Johnson's enemies spread false rumours about a split from Carrie

Boris Johnson's enemies spread false rumours about a split from Carrie

Rumours of a split are dismissed by Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds's friends, who blame Boris's growing legion of political enemies for spreading the claims.

PIERS MORGAN: How have liberals become a shrieking mob hell-bent on silencing all dissent?

PIERS MORGAN: How have liberals become a shrieking mob hell-bent on silencing all dissent?

PIERS MORGAN: Why had the world gone this way? Who was causing this nonsense? The answer is a shocking one. For it's us liberals who are responsible.

DAN HODGES: Boris is the prisoner of scientists who even want to lock down Wendy houses

DAN HODGES: Boris is the prisoner of scientists who even want to lock down Wendy houses

DAN HODGES: Ministers and MPs believe advisers have persuaded Boris to follow a 'zero-Covid' strategy of total eradication of the virus - something many scientists say is impossible in Britain.

At least 15,000 people cram Trafalgar Square in rally against lockdown

At least 15,000 people cram Trafalgar Square in rally against lockdown

Attendees of the 'We Do Not Consent' rally ditched their masks as they crammed into Trafalgar Square in London this afternoon.

MORE towns go into lockdown - and is London next?

MORE towns go into lockdown - and is London next?

Drinkers in Leeds took to the streets for a final night of fun (pictured) before the new restrictions come into force on Saturday.

Devastated mother of slain sergeant's partner tells of heartbreak after he was shot dead

Devastated mother of slain sergeant's partner tells of heartbreak after he was shot dead

EXCLUSIVE: Sue Bushby's mother today told how Matiu Ratana had been a pillar of strength for her daughter after she lost her father Roy earlier this year.

Police officer shot: The rugby-mad man from New Zealand was 'incredibly proud'

Police officer shot: The rugby-mad man from New Zealand was 'incredibly proud'

Inspirational police officer Matiu Ratana had thrown himself into coaching and was looking forward to being able to focus fully on nurturing future UK rugby stars.

BLM protesters confront gun-toting storeowner in Louisville as they press him to voice his support

BLM protesters confront gun-toting storeowner in Louisville as they press him to voice his support

A group of Black Lives Matter protesters were filmed in a tense confrontation with a Louisville storeowner after they pressed him to voice his support for the movement on Friday.

Shoppers are warned of £3.1BILLION EU food bill

Shoppers are warned of £3.1BILLION EU food bill

The British Retail Consortium said supermarkets would face an annual £3.1billion tariff bill for food and drink

Two men are shot and another stabbed by a masked gang near a children's play area

Two men are shot and another stabbed by a masked gang near a children's play area

A police manhunt is underway after a masked gang opened fire on three men who were in a car on Denbigh Street, Bordesley Green, shortly before 9pm on September 25.

Charlie Hebdo suspect, 18, said he was  'targeting the magazine' when he slashed two journalists

Charlie Hebdo suspect, 18, said he was 'targeting the magazine' when he slashed two journalists

Two people were wounded after Friday's attack with a meat cleaver outside Charlie Hebdo's former offices in Paris. A suspect known as Ali acknowledged carrying out the attack.

UK coronavirus cases hit their highest level for a Saturday with 6,042 new infections and 20 deaths

UK coronavirus cases hit their highest level for a Saturday with 6,042 new infections and 20 deaths

The surge is the highest figure ever recorded on a Saturday, although it is thought that at the height of the pandemic in March at least 100,000 new infections occurred every day.

Inside Victoria and David Beckham's £3,430 German detox retreat

Inside Victoria and David Beckham's £3,430 German detox retreat

The fashion designer, 46, shared a slew of snaps from her couples' health retreat holiday with husband David on Instagram on Saturday.

Armour of Roman soldier unearthed at site where three legions were wiped out in 9 AD 

Armour of Roman soldier unearthed at site where three legions were wiped out in 9 AD 

Archaeologists in Kalkriese, Germany, unearthed a cuirass belonging to a Roman soldier who belonged to one of three legions wiped out by Germanic tribesmen in 9 AD.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is Trump's 'intended' Supreme Court nominee

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is Trump's 'intended' Supreme Court nominee

Judge Amy Coney Barrett has emerged as the leading contender for a Supreme Court nomination President Trump will make Saturday, and is now the the 'intended' choice, sources told CNN.

Britain faces 100 Covid deaths every day within three or four weeks, warns scientist

Britain faces 100 Covid deaths every day within three or four weeks, warns scientist

Professor Graham Medley, who sits on SAGE, said the triple-figure death toll was 'inevitable'. He arrived at it using an estimated death rate of one per cent, but WHO says it could be as low as 0.5 per cent.

Monty Don reveals his 'frightening' father struggled with depression

Monty Don reveals his 'frightening' father struggled with depression

Monty Don told The Times that his mother once asked him to remove the bolt from his father's gun because she feared he was suicidal.

Bollywood star Deepika Padukone is quizzed by India's Narcotics Control Bureau

Bollywood star Deepika Padukone is quizzed by India's Narcotics Control Bureau

Deepika Padukone arrived at the Narcotics Control Board's office in Mumbai earlier today for questioning. She received a summons earlier in the week while shooting a movie in Goa.

Sole survivor who JUMPED from crashing Ukrainian plane says it was like being 'in a video game'

Sole survivor who JUMPED from crashing Ukrainian plane says it was like being 'in a video game'

Vyacheslav Zolochevskyi, in his 20s, was the sole survivor of the crash after the Antonov An-26 military aircraft with a 'faulty engine' came down one mile short of its airfield.

Princess Beatrice stuns in a leopard print face mask and black frock

Princess Beatrice stuns in a leopard print face mask and black frock

Princess Beatrice, 32, was seen on Thursday leaving Scott's restaurant, in Mayfair, central London, with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Just a tipple! Moment giant vat of red wine BURSTS with 10,000 GALLONS of booze at Spanish winery 

Just a tipple! Moment giant vat of red wine BURSTS with 10,000 GALLONS of booze at Spanish winery 

This is the shocking moment a fountain of red wine erupted from a 50,000-litre tank at at the Bodegas Vitivinos winery in Villamalea, Spain.

Omarosa claims she has secret tapes of Lara Trump 'badmouthing Donald, Melania and Ivanka'

Omarosa claims she has secret tapes of Lara Trump 'badmouthing Donald, Melania and Ivanka'

Omarosa, speaking to Michael Cohen on his podcast Mea Culpa , was asked about the secret recordings she made of the president's daughter-in-law during her time working in the government.

Tributes have been paid after a six-year-old girl died after a tree fell on her at school

Tributes have been paid after a six-year-old girl died after a tree fell on her at school

Tributes have been paid to a six-year-old pupil who died after being hit by a falling tree. The pupil at Gosforth Park First School was tragically killed following the incident on Friday.

Home Office buys two JET SKIS to stop Channel migrants

Home Office buys two JET SKIS to stop Channel migrants

The Yamaha FX HO vessels will join Border Force's fleet of five cutters and six patrol boats, which work to intercept dinghies travelling to the UK from France.

Britain's two biggest double glazing companies told off for mis-selling and misleading customers

Britain's two biggest double glazing companies told off for mis-selling and misleading customers

Britain's two biggest double glazing companies have been criticised for misleading customers or mis-selling them products. Everest and Anglian Windows were both told off for their actions

Early Winter in the Alps: 10 inches of snow sweeps Swiss and Austrian mountains

Early Winter in the Alps: 10 inches of snow sweeps Swiss and Austrian mountains

The Swiss meteorological agency said earlier today that the town of Montana, in the southern canton of Valais, experienced 25 centimetres of snowfall - a new record for this time of year.

Police close Swansea wedding party in Swansea as guests ignore coronavirus rules to swamp venue

Police close Swansea wedding party in Swansea as guests ignore coronavirus rules to swamp venue

Police close Swansea wedding party and force guests to leave for breaking coronavirus rules. Guests crammed into Adelina's Bar and Kitchen last week. The venue has now been shut

Temporary contractor 'threw Trump ballots in the trash' Pennsylvania county officials

Temporary contractor 'threw Trump ballots in the trash' Pennsylvania county officials

Nine mailed-in military ballots were 'discarded' by the local election office in a swing county in Pennsylvania, one of the most important presidential battleground states.

The Queen's cousin is moving just a few dozen yards costing the taxpayer £1MILLION

The Queen's cousin is moving just a few dozen yards costing the taxpayer £1MILLION

The 76-year-old Duke of Gloucester Prince Richard and his wife, Birgitte, 74, decided to downsize after their children left home and moved into the Old Stables last September.

Police officer who climbed onto tracks to kill herself 'changed her mind' only to be killed train

Police officer who climbed onto tracks to kill herself 'changed her mind' only to be killed train

PC Lianne Matthews, 38, was killed after being hit by a train near Caerphilly after being talked out of killing herself by her parents who were still on the phone when she was hit.

Private Covid testing firm hires Boris Johnson's half-brother Max in hope he can 'open doors'

Private Covid testing firm hires Boris Johnson's half-brother Max in hope he can 'open doors'

Max Johnson, 35, has joined the board of private 'wellness' firm REVIV Global which recently branched out into testing for Covid-19 by offering private antigen tests for £89 each.

Lockdown fury in Marseille as government orders sudden closure WITHOUT consulting local authorities

Lockdown fury in Marseille as government orders sudden closure WITHOUT consulting local authorities

The strict new rules will see all restaurants, bars and gyms in Marseille close from Saturday for at least two weeks. The move has angered local officials who said they had not been consulted.

Shocking moment thug punches shopkeeper who asked him to 'put on a mask' when he entered Nisa store 

Shocking moment thug punches shopkeeper who asked him to 'put on a mask' when he entered Nisa store 

A shopkeeper in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear was left with cuts and bruises after he was attacked by a customer who was allegedly asked to put on a face mask.

Can YOU find the mouse hiding in this field of mushrooms?

Can YOU find the mouse hiding in this field of mushrooms?

The scene, created by Hungarian viral cartoonist Gergely Dudas, better known as Dudolf, is bursting with colour and full of detail designed to trick the eye.

British couple film moment pod of killer whales attacks their 45ft yacht off the Spanish coast 

British couple film moment pod of killer whales attacks their 45ft yacht off the Spanish coast 

Graeme Walker and his wife Moira were sailing on their yacht with their friend Stephen Robinson when a trio of killer whales targeted them off the coast of Cape Finisterre.

David Dimbleby slams BBC presenters who take on lucrative jobs outside the corporation

David Dimbleby slams BBC presenters who take on lucrative jobs outside the corporation

The 81-year-old, who hosted political debate show Question Time for 25 years, appeared to take aim at Naga Munchetty amid concerns about the BBC's future.

Face of Elvis appears in giant wave as 65mph winds hammer east coast

Face of Elvis appears in giant wave as 65mph winds hammer east coast

Jordan Crosby, 26, was taking snaps of the surf crashing against Seaham Lighthouse in County Durham at sunrise on Friday when he spotted the unusual resemblance.

Hundreds occupy Brooklyn Bridge as crowds of Black Lives Matter supporters take to the streets

Hundreds occupy Brooklyn Bridge as crowds of Black Lives Matter supporters take to the streets

Protests continued Friday in New York and in other cities including Boston, San Diego, LA and Louisville over a grand jury's decision not to charge the officers over Breonna Taylor's death.

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