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Stevenage police officer who was filmed Tasering elderly shoplifter is cleared of wrongdoing

Stevenage police officer who was filmed Tasering elderly shoplifter is cleared of wrongdoing

The police officer's conduct was reviewed after he was caught on camera booting an 'old man' in the back as he lay on the ground in Stevenage town centre, Hertfordshire.

Hilaria Baldwin says her heart is with 'her Alec' after set shooting

Hilaria Baldwin says her heart is with 'her Alec' after set shooting

In an Instagram post on Monday, Hilaria wrote: 'My heart is with Halyna. Her husband. Her son. Their family and loved ones. And my Alec.' Alec accidentally killed Halyna Hutchins on Thursday.

Millionaire hotel tycoon, 33, collapses and dies at London address

Millionaire hotel tycoon, 33, collapses and dies at London address

Vivek Chadha, 33, collapsed at a central London address on Saturday night. Only two months ago, Mr Chadha married Stuttee Chaddha, 29, in a glamorous ceremony.

Michael Gove admits double-crossing Boris Johnson to run for PM in

Michael Gove admits double-crossing Boris Johnson to run for PM in

The current Housing Secretary stunned Westminster five years ago when he announced a leadership bid to replace David Cameron while running Boris Johnson's campaign to enter No10.

Pictured: Two teenage boys, 16, 'stabbed to death' in Essex

Pictured: Two teenage boys, 16, 'stabbed to death' in Essex

Heartbroken family and friends visited a makeshift memorial for the two 16-year-olds, named locally as Frankie Gater and Charlie, in Brentwood as police quiz eight men held on suspicion of murder.

Kids under 18 won't have to be vaccinated to enter the US under Biden's new travel restrictions

Kids under 18 won't have to be vaccinated to enter the US under Biden's new travel restrictions

The Biden administration has revealed exceptions to its new vaccine requirements for travel to the US, with children under 18 getting a blanket exception.

Prince Charles and Camilla will visit Jordan and Egypt next month

Prince Charles and Camilla will visit Jordan and Egypt next month

Clarence House said Prince Charles, 72, and Camilla, 74, have been asked by the British government to visit Jordan and Egypt and will tour the countries from November 16 to 19.

Scientists discover one of the youngest planets ever found, 400 light-years from Earth

Scientists discover one of the youngest planets ever found, 400 light-years from Earth

Astronomers have discovered 'one of the youngest planets ever found.' Exoplanet 2M0437b is 'several million years' old and estimated to be a 'few times more massive than Jupiter.'

Assistant director who gave Alec Baldwin loaded gun had a 'flippant' attitude toward safety

Assistant director who gave Alec Baldwin loaded gun had a 'flippant' attitude toward safety

David Halls is the Assistant Director of Rust, the Western movie Baldwin was acting in and producing when he accidentally killed Hutchins on Thursday and wounded director Joel Souza.

Venue axes Johnny Rotten book tour after staff complain of 'intimidating behaviour of his manager'

Venue axes Johnny Rotten book tour after staff complain of 'intimidating behaviour of his manager'

John Lydon, 65, was set to take part in a Q&A with fans at Glasgow's Pavilion Theatre on Monday night to promote his new book I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right.

Daughter, 58, is reunited with the father she never knew after posting a 1963 photo on Facebook

Daughter, 58, is reunited with the father she never knew after posting a 1963 photo on Facebook

Brian Rothery, 83, was reunited with his daughter Julie Lund, 58, after not seeing her since she was a baby thanks to a Facebook nostalgia page dedicated to Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

Why ARE hundreds of crabs washing up dead?

Why ARE hundreds of crabs washing up dead?

An investigation is under way after hundreds of dead crabs washed up on Seaton Carew beach in Hartlepool earlier this month.

Father-of-two GP blamed 'stressful day' after drinking vodka and crashing during 20- mile journey

Father-of-two GP blamed 'stressful day' after drinking vodka and crashing during 20- mile journey

Neeraj Singh, 48, veered across the road and hit a kerb twice as he was being followed by police on a commute home from Forest View practice in Treorchy, Rhondda, Wales

Woman suffers horrific burns after her husband accidentally set her on fire

Woman suffers horrific burns after her husband accidentally set her on fire

Tonya Meisenbach, from Atlanta, Georgia, 'went up like a match' when her husband Donald accidentally poured lighter fluid on her in December 2018.

Moment plane piloted by Russian businessman and wife crashes after take-off - as grandchildren watch

Moment plane piloted by Russian businessman and wife crashes after take-off - as grandchildren watch

Yuri Samofalov, 69, and his wife Tatyana Pokoevaya, 67, were killed on Sunday when their A-22 light aircraft crashed after taking off from Vakulino airfield near Moscow.

'Trashy' woman blasted for sexy Instagram photos in front of her veteran father's OPEN CASKET

'Trashy' woman blasted for sexy Instagram photos in front of her veteran father's OPEN CASKET

An American woman posed for photos at her father's funeral. She wore a revealing black dress and took several snaps showing it off, with her decesased father visible behind her.

Scotland's vaccine passport chaos: Pub bosses brand first weekend of Covid IDs a 'disaster'

Scotland's vaccine passport chaos: Pub bosses brand first weekend of Covid IDs a 'disaster'

Scottish hospitality bosses have branded Nicola Sturgeon's controversial Covid vaccine passport scheme an 'unmitigated disaster' as hundreds of revellers were turned away at clubs at the weekend.

Rishi Sunak announces national minimum wage increase

Rishi Sunak announces national minimum wage increase

Rishi Sunak today announced the UK's minimum wage will increase from £8.91 to £9.50 an hour next year.

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen gives evidence to MPs scrutinising online safety bill

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen gives evidence to MPs scrutinising online safety bill

Ms Haugen said Facebook was 'very good at dancing with data' to suggest it was successfully clamping down on toxic content but in reality its 'negligence' is pushing users towards extremism.

Police enquiry into racism allegations after Crystal Palace fan group SLAM Newcastle's Saudi owners

Police enquiry into racism allegations after Crystal Palace fan group SLAM Newcastle's Saudi owners

Human rights campaigners expressed disbelief on Saturday that police were investigating a banner that opposed the Saudi takeover of Newcastle United. Police say they will take 'no further action'.

LBC's Steve Allen calls Sarah Harding 'desperate' and 'a drunk' in shocking unearthed clip

LBC's Steve Allen calls Sarah Harding 'desperate' and 'a drunk' in shocking unearthed clip

The LBC presenter, 67, has come under fire recently after he referred to Strictly Come Dancing contestant Tilly Ramsay, 19, as a 'chubby little thing'.

Sturgeon calls for nations to 'step up' on climate change as bins overflow in rat-infested Glasgow

Sturgeon calls for nations to 'step up' on climate change as bins overflow in rat-infested Glasgow

The First Minister of Scotland used a speech ahead of the Cop26 summit to call on leaders of high-emitting nations to create a 'significant uplift' in ambition to tackle the climate emergency.

Climate change: Winter migration of birds from Europe to Africa may end, researchers warn 

Climate change: Winter migration of birds from Europe to Africa may end, researchers warn 

More than 50 years of trans-Saharan migratory bird sightings from both Gibraltar and The Gambia were analysed by team of researchers led from Durham University.

PIERS MORGAN: Alec Baldwin looks culpable of being EP of a chaotic and dangerous sh*t-show

PIERS MORGAN: Alec Baldwin looks culpable of being EP of a chaotic and dangerous sh*t-show

It seemed barely believable that a star of Alec Baldwin's experience and stature could do something so lethally stupid as to fire a loaded gun towards co-workers.

Belgian royal family shares stylish portrait of Princess Elisabeth as she celebrates 20th birthday

Belgian royal family shares stylish portrait of Princess Elisabeth as she celebrates 20th birthday

Elisabeth, the eldest daughter of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde and who is heir to the Belgian throne, is currently studying a three-year degree at Oxford University.

Catching Covid has higher risk of causing neurological complications than the jabs, study claims

Catching Covid has higher risk of causing neurological complications than the jabs, study claims

UK researchers found the risk of developing a neurological condition called Guillain-Barré syndrome from the Covid virus was four times higher than the risk from getting it from one type of Covid jab.

Ex-Met Police chief denies responsibility for errors in probe into death of Stephen Port victim

Ex-Met Police chief denies responsibility for errors in probe into death of Stephen Port victim

Chief Superintendent Andy Ewing was Barking and Dagenham Borough Commander when Anthony Walgate, 23, from Hull, was murdered by serial killer Port in June 2014.

JFK's nephews urge Biden to reveal secret assassination records

JFK's nephews urge Biden to reveal secret assassination records

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Patrick Kennedy, both nephews to John F. Kennedy, are slamming the Biden administration's decision to withhold JFK assassination records.

Labour piles pressure on Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak to axe VAT on domestic fuel bills

Labour piles pressure on Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak to axe VAT on domestic fuel bills

Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves called on Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak to 'get a grip' on the cost of living crisis by axing the levy for six months through winter.

Leopard snatches lion cub from mother and EATS it in Tanzania's Ruaha National Park, East Africa

Leopard snatches lion cub from mother and EATS it in Tanzania's Ruaha National Park, East Africa

A 160-pound leopard snatched and ate a three-week-old lion cub (pictured) left alone by its mother in Tanzania's Ruaha National Park, East Africa, so she could go hunting for food.

Paying people £20 to get vaccinated works, study finds amid calls to get 5m unjabbed Brits protected

Paying people £20 to get vaccinated works, study finds amid calls to get 5m unjabbed Brits protected

Researchers at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services found the payments encouraged more low-income and old people to show up at vaccination hubs.

Family of pregnant 11-year-old girl 'raped by grandfather' in Bolivia refuses her an abortion

Family of pregnant 11-year-old girl 'raped by grandfather' in Bolivia refuses her an abortion

The family of an 11-year-old who became pregnant after her 61-year-old step-grandfather allegedly raped her in Bolivia has refused to let her have an abortion, the family lawyer (pictured) said.

Cheshire GP blames NHS pressure on country's 'Amazon Prime mentality'

Cheshire GP blames NHS pressure on country's 'Amazon Prime mentality'

Dr Jonathan Griffiths, a family doctor in Winsford, Cheshire, said an increasing number of patients were turning up at A&E with non-urgent symptoms that could be managed by a GP.

Julian Assange: WikiLeaks chief says it would be 'unthinkable' for US extradition ban to be lifted

Julian Assange: WikiLeaks chief says it would be 'unthinkable' for US extradition ban to be lifted

Speaking ahead of a crunch hearing at the High Court this week, Kristinn Hrafnsson said would be 'totally unacceptable' for judges to overturn a decision blocking the extradition of Assange.

Russian woman, 24, welcomed TWENTY ONE surrogate babies in just over a year

Russian woman, 24, welcomed TWENTY ONE surrogate babies in just over a year

Kristina Ozturk, from Moscow, wants 105 biological children with her hotel owner husband Galip Ozturk, who she met while holidaying in Georgia, reported Fabulous.

Jacinda Ardern slammed for pushing sign language interpreter out of view

Jacinda Ardern slammed for pushing sign language interpreter out of view

A sign language interpreter was pushed out of the way by New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern at a Covid press conference on the weekend sparking backlash from viewers.

Countdown fans weigh in on Anne Robinson's 'feud' with Rachel Riley

Countdown fans weigh in on Anne Robinson's 'feud' with Rachel Riley

Over the weekend it was reported that new host Anne Robinson, 77, is at loggerheads with maths whizz Rachel Riley, 35, and lexicographer Susie Dent, 56

Ancient Earth was bombarded with 10 times the number of asteroids and comets than previously thought

Ancient Earth was bombarded with 10 times the number of asteroids and comets than previously thought

Billions of years ago, the Earth was hit by more asteroids and comets than previously thought, which caused a disruption in the formation of its atmosphere and lower oxygen levels.

Evidence of ancient life is found in a RUBY for the first time

Evidence of ancient life is found in a RUBY for the first time

The ancient ruby, described as 'really unique', was taken from the North Atlantic Craton of southern Greenland.

Facebook whistleblower documents reveal years of complaints from staff over hate speech policies

Facebook whistleblower documents reveal years of complaints from staff over hate speech policies

Facebook has known it has not hired enough workers who possess the language skills or local knowledge to identify dangerous posts in developing countries, documents show.

Metropolitan Police officer, 27, 'raped woman in her home after a night out', court hears

Metropolitan Police officer, 27, 'raped woman in her home after a night out', court hears

James Geoghegan, 27, from Aylesbury is accused of raping the woman on December 12, 2018. Chelmsford Crown Court were told the victim returned to her home with Geoghegan.

Lord Frost rejects talk of compromise with the EU over Northern Ireland

Lord Frost rejects talk of compromise with the EU over Northern Ireland

Lord Frost told MPs today that the Government would not accept a role for the European Court of Justice in settling disputes between the two sides.

Australia wants to force social media sites to verify user's ages

Australia wants to force social media sites to verify user's ages

Under the proposed law, Australia would force all social media sites to verify the ages of new users and require parental consent for anyone under the age of 16 to create an account.

Amazon customer praises driver for 'hiding packages from husband' [Video]

Amazon customer praises driver for 'hiding packages from husband' [Video]

Cherry Longaberger shared viral footage of an Amazon delivery driver who followed her request to 'hide packages from husband' that was printed on her doormat outside her Tulsa, Oklahoma home.

Apple threatened to ban Facebook and Instagram over maid 'trading' in the Middle East

Apple threatened to ban Facebook and Instagram over maid 'trading' in the Middle East

Facebook said Apple's ban would have had 'potentially severe consequences to the business,' but the company knew about the issue a year before, codenaming it 'HEx,' or 'human exploitation.'

Barrister, 45, who sexually assaulted a younger colleague in a bar is disbarred

Barrister, 45, who sexually assaulted a younger colleague in a bar is disbarred

Kevin Farquharson, 45, sexually assaulted the woman inside a photo booth in a bar in Bristol city centre in the early hours of September 28, 2019.

Fetch! Cheeky dog jumps up and steals hat off his owner's head [video]

Fetch! Cheeky dog jumps up and steals hat off his owner's head [video]

The playful pooch in Killorglin, Ireland, crept up to take his owner's hat. He playfully dashes away from her and refuses to give it back.

Boris Johnson tells Vladimir Putin to go further on climate target

Boris Johnson tells Vladimir Putin to go further on climate target

Boris Johnson today told Vladimir Putin that 'significant bilateral difficulties remain' in the relationship between the UK and Russia.

UK's daily Covid cases FALL for second day in a row to 45,113 and deaths drop 16%

UK's daily Covid cases FALL for second day in a row to 45,113 and deaths drop 16%

The Department of Health reported 36,657 new cases across Britain in the past 24 hours, down a quarter on the figure last week and the second day in a row there has been a week-on-week drop.

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi shares rare snap with his son Wolfie, 5, in Athens

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi shares rare snap with his son Wolfie, 5, in Athens

The property developer, 38, who married Princess Beatrice, 33, in a private ceremony in Windsor on July 17 2020, posed alongside his son in a snap taken in Athens.

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