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Derbyshire police fine a mother for running out of petrol

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The woman left her children 'hysterical with fear' after her black Volvo XC90 stopped between junction 28 and 29 northbound at 5.30am on Wednesday.

Mubashir Jamil guilty of preparing for acts of terrorism

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Former straight A-student Mubashir Jamil, 22, from Luton, is facing jail after he told an undercover officer he would blow himself up in Britain if he could not fight for ISIS in Syria.

UK Weather: Atlantic weather bomb to bring misery

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Britons were urged to avoid taking 'storm selfies' with dramatic breaking waves in front of sea walls, as forecasters warned of high winds that could bring travel chaos as they topple trees.

Liverpool mother shows off daughter's 'wild' head of hair

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Adorable Jolee Shead, from Liverpool, was born with her luscious locks and mum Laura, 28, says people keep stopping her in the street to marvel at her daughter's barnet.

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Brexit standoff on Eurocrat pensions as May goes to summit

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Talks have been locked in a stalemate over EU demands for Britain to pay an exit bill some in Europe still believe should be £100billion - five times higher than the £20bn the UK has offered.

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Overweight officer who quit over 'bleep test' loses case

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Detective Constable Rebecca Tiffin said she felt she was being 'over-scrutinised' by Surrey Police, and was suing them for disability and sex discrimination after failing to complete the test.

Driver turned into human fireball after Ullapool crash

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Steven Mitchell (pictured), 48, died after his fuel tanker toppled over causing a fatal fire on the A835, Scotland. An inquiry heard how a fellow driver desperately fought to save him.

Penny Lancaster reveals she was the victim of a sex attack

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The 46-year-old wife of rockstar Rod Stewart said a fashion designer spiked her drink after she went to his flat on the way to a modelling job.

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Sir Tom Jones reveals he was sexually harassed years ago

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Sir Tom Jones has told how he was sexually harassed when he first started out in the music industry. The Welsh legend described the experience as 'terrible'.

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Manchester paedophile mother Dawn Davies jailed

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Dawn Davies, now of Moston, Manchester, lured the 11-year-old to her flat and then subsequently had violent intercourse with him during a 'depraved' two year campaign of abuse.

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ISIS fanatics 'plotting new 9/11' warns US security boss

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Donald Trump’s acting Secretary of Homeland Security, said jihadists were using knife and van attacks to keep their members engaged as they plot another ‘big explosion’ similar to 9/11.

Hull girl went missing after being put in isolation

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Leah Taylor went missing from Marvell College in Hull, East Yorkshire, for more than 24 hours before being found the next afternoon with another girl aged 12.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tea party with the Queen

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The Ford Galaxy with blacked out windows was discreetly waved through the gates of Buckingham Palace and cruised to a halt at the Queen’s private entrance.

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Royal Navy 'Top Gun' waiting to bring US wife back to UK

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Commander Simon Rawlins, 39, from Stamford in Lincolnshire, faces an anxious wait as the Home Office decides whether his wife, Marianne, 34, can join him in the UK.

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Mum of woman in St Paul's plunge tells of heartbreak

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Lidia Dragescu, 23, from Romford, Essex, has left her mother Isabela devastated after falling 100ft in front of shocked tourists from the St Paul's Cathedral Whispering Gallery in London.

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Police plan fraud hotline modelled on 999 emergency number

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Modelled on the 999 emergency number, the new bank fraud hotline would alert the major banks to illegal money transfers in a bid to help crack down on scams in Britain.

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Newcastle students sent texts after death at initiation

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Ed Farmer, who was studying at Newcastle University, died after downing ‘excessive amounts of alcohol’ at the Agriculture Society event.

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Stand-ins will vote in Commons for MPs on parental leave

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Under plans backed by Commons Speaker John Bercow, both male and female MPs will be entitled to six months paid parental leave and will can to appoint a proxy to vote in the Commons.

Why do so many women have cold bottoms in bed?

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FEMAIL spoke to a variety of experts to uncover why women suffer from colder bottoms than men. Couple, Nick Harding, 48, and his wife Stephanie,38, shared their personal experience of the issue.

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Germany wants a 'comprehensive free trade' deal with UK

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A draft paper by the German foreign ministry suggests Berlin is privately anxious to secure a ‘comprehensive’ trade deal with one of its largest trading partners.

Wednesday, Oct 18

Kate Middleton joins William and Harry at West Ham stadium

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The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for the second time in a week as she surprisingly joined husband Prince William and Prince Harry at an event for young sports coaches in London.

EU ramps up Brexit row over €20bn divorce bill

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The president of the European parliament, Antonio Tajani, accused Theresa May of being 'unrealistic' and said the divorce bill should be around 60billion euros.

Essex man succumbs to cancer just a month after marrying

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Paul Brame, 35, of Chelmsford, Essex, had his world turned upside down when doctors said he had a cancer in his liver so advanced and aggressive it was non-curable and inoperable.

Tiny hedgehog goes camping in brilliant photo series

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Japanese hedgehog and Instagram star Azuki stars in the adorable new photoshoot, where he also plays with a mini grill and boards a tiny kayak.

Tuesday, Oct 17

Ikea marks 30 years in UK with rooms dedicated to decades

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To mark 30 years in Britain, Ikea has transformed a London house to recreate living rooms through the decades. SARAH RAINEY takes a look at the good, the bad and the bizarre.

Plymouth wife 'threw kettle of water over husband's lover

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Monika Fourie threw scolding water from a cup and a kettle over love rival Hannah Stokes after walking in on her and her Royal Marine husband Wouter, at their marital home in Plymouth, Devon.

Video of dogs ears' flapping in the wind in Lake District

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Hurricane Ophelia didn't deter two dogs in the Lake District, as video shows them bravely standing on top of a mountain, their ears uncontrollably flapping in the storm's high winds.

Fury as police officers ride dodgems on duty at Hull Fair

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A crowd of on-duty police officers (pictured) were spotted on the dodgems at Hull Fair yesterday, sparking outrage from revellers who say they should have been fighting crime.

Monday, Oct 16

Hurricane Ophelia will batter the UK with 70mph gales

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What could be its worst storm in 56 years then caused havoc as it battered Ireland, Wales and the west of England, and it is now moving its way across the UK.

Hurricane Ophelia creates red sun in skies over England

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The storm is believed to have picked up dust from the Sahara and debris from forest fires in Spain as it travelled towards England, causing the sun to appear red, creating an an orange glow.

Bears find perfect pole to scratch their backs in Canada

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In one picture - taken in Canada - the pole is barely visible as the animals' thick fur wraps around it and in another the pair look like a mirror image of each other.

The new Landscape Photographer of the Year book revealed

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The 11th edition of the Landscape Photographer of the Year book is out now and it contains some of the most stunning images of Britain you’re ever likely to see. Here's a jaw-dropping sneak peek.

Sunday, Oct 15

Rose McGowan slams James Corden for Harvey Weinstein jokes

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Rose McGowan has slammed James Corden for jokes he made about Harvey Weinstein at a star-studded gala in Los Angeles.

Britain invaded by jellyfish amid hurricane Ophelia

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The gales are set to batter the UK tomorrow exactly 30 years after the Great Storm of 1987 which killed 22 people, destroyed around 15million trees and caused £2bn damage.

Weinstein is finally axed from The Academy

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An English actress has come forward with an allegation that Harvey Weinstein raped her. Meanwhile the Academy of Motion Picture has expelled the producer amid his harassment scandal.

David Attenborough unveils new images from Blue Planet II

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The much-loved nature expert has provided a glimpse into an underwater world, teeming with alien-like life, ahead Blue Planet II's airing on October 29.

Saturday, Oct 14

Katie Price claims thugs threatened to assault son Harvey

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Katie Price cancelled a show in Manchester after she received an anonymous threat which said her son Harvey's face would be 'smashed in' unless she paid £50,000.

Forensics scandal now hits 10,000 cases

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Experts are now painstakingly going back over the vast number of blood tests that it is feared have been doctored by employees at Randox Testing Services.

Doctors are ordered to ask patients if they are gay

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The astonishing diktat – condemned last night as ‘intrusive’ and ‘insulting’ – orders doctors to include details of a patient’s sexuality on their permanent medical record for the first time.

Kate Middleton's uncle Gary Goldsmith charged with assault

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Gary Goldsmith, 52, was charged with the offence after an incident in Central London, at around 1.20am today. He was bailed and is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on October 31.