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Olympic showjumper Lizzie Purbrick, 63, reveals Lord Prior is a 'madman' in bed chamber


Lizzie Purbrick (pictured), 63, drew a gory three-foot penis on the floor of the Kennington home she had shared with Lord Prior of Brampton, and daubed 'lady sl*t' and 'big d**k lord' on his walls.

Flights into Gatwick are diverted after plane performs emergency landing at London airport

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Hundreds of passengers were left stranded at the wrong airport this morning after eight flights into Gatwick were diverted when a plane performed an emergency landing due to a hydraulic fluid leak.

Ella Kissi-Debrah lived on one of Britain’s busiest roads when she suffered a fatal asthma attack


Ella Kissi-Debrah, nine, died from acute respiratory failure in 2013. Now her mother is demanding a second inquest to establish what led to her suffering from severe asthma.

Three men are charged with murder of Scott Wilkinson


Scott Wilkinson, 48, was found having been bludgeoned to death during a lone fishing trip on the banks of the Thames in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey in July 2016.

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Frantic Friday! Travel chaos expected as 3.8million extra drivers clog roads for last-minute escapes

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Drivers have been warned to watch out for major traffic jams this weekend with 3.8million extra cars expected on the roads on Friday and big delays for parts of the M40, M5 and A303.


Holidaymakers warned as 3.8m people bid to escape on 'frantic Friday'

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There are also concerns that spray and sudden flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions with the possibility of road closures, with motorists already facing lengthy delays.


Prince Charles continued close friendship with paedophile priest Peter Ball he tells enquiry

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Prince Charles's evidence, due to be published next week, reveals he had 'decades of correspondence' with former Bishop of Lewes Peter Ball, now 86.


SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Queen's nephew David Linley hit by £1.5million business loss


Accounts just published for David Linley & Company Limited, show that the business owned by the Queen's nephew David Linley plunged to a £1.5 million loss for the last financial year.

Rich locals are up in arms as travellers set up camp on London’s leafy Ham Common


Wealthy residents in the exclusive west London village of Ham have been left furious this evening as a convoy of 14 caravans and cars steamrolled onto their village green and set up camp.

Cadbury make Dairy Milk with 30 per cent less sugar

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Cadbury have introduced a version of their Dairy Milk chocolate bar with 30 per cent less sugar, changing the recipe for the nation’s favourite treat for the first time in more than 100 years.


Birmingham baby girl found after being kidnapped in carjacking

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The baby's mother Claire O'Neill, 39, fought to save her little girl but she fell to the ground and the thieves drove off in her Audi sports car in Acocks Green, Birmingham just after 4pm, neighbours said.


Wife wins £100k compensation claim over husband's death in crash


Cathryn Craven won more than £100,000 at the High Court in London after launching a compensation claim arguing the couple, of Coventry, were going to reconcile.


Playmobil boss collapsed and died after a night heavy drinking


Uffe Kloster, 51, who had struggled with alcoholism and had attended meetings of Alcohol Anonymous died in November 2017 after collapsing at his home in Eton, Berkshire.


Sir Cliff Richard wins privacy case against the BBC

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Sir Cliff took legal action against the BBC over the live broadcast of a South Yorkshire Police raid on his home in Sunningdale, Berkshire, in August 2014, following a child sex assault allegation.


Pupils forced into total SILENCE as Hornchurch school bans talking

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The corridors at The Albany School in Hornchurch have fallen silent and orderly lines are formed for lessons after the headteacher Val Masson brought back old fashioned rules.


#MeToo 'might not have happened if Weinstein used "Cliff's law"'

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It is feared the press may be unable to name suspects following a London court ruling that the BBC breached Cliff Richard's privacy by reporting a police raid on the popstar's home.

Photographer Liu Chia-Pin captures moment bird lands on top of eagle


Wildlife photographer Liu Chia-Pin captured the incredible shots of the black drongo bird landing on the eagle in Taipei, Taiwan.


Hybrid Air Vehicles Limited and Design Q unveil Airlander 10 photos

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Bedfordshire-based company Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV) and Design Q unveiled the Airlander 10 passenger cabin yesterday.


Inside London penthouse where Tara Palmer-Tomkinson lay dead

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The plush west London penthouse where tragic Tara Palmer-Tomkinson lived for 13 years before she died in February last year from a perforated stomach ulcer has been sold for £2.3million


Mothers who vape during pregnancy increase baby’s risk of cot death

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Official NHS guidance warns pregnant women not to smoke cigarettes because it can damage their baby. Those who feel they are unable to stop completely are advised to use nicotine replacement.

Thursday, Jul 19

Burberry burns £28m of excess luxury clothing every year

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Upmarket British fashion label Burberry has destroyed more than £28 million in unwanted products this year, amid a continued downturn in sales it has emerged.

Corrections and clarifications


Our report on 10 June last year about claims made by a German television documentary wrongly accused football legend Roberto Carlos of using banned performance-enhancing drugs

Wednesday, Jul 18

Roxanne Pallett airlifted to hospital after horror car crash

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Roxanne Pallett was airlifted to hospital after a horror car crash saw her pass out and have to be cut out of the car wreckage on Wednesday.

Manchester students paint over classic Kipling poem 'If' because of his 'imperialistic' works'

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Students at the University of Manchester have painted over the famous Rudyard Kipling poem 'If' because he stands for the 'opposite of liberation, empowerment and human rights'.

Scorned Olympian who daubed pig's blood on the walls RETURNS to scene of the crime:


A former Olympic show-jumper who smeared insults in pig's blood on her Tory Lord lover's £1m flat after catching him in the arms of another peer's wife spoke out last night after avoiding jail.

Meghan Markle's half-sister says if father dies 'Meg is responsible'

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Meghan Markle's half-sister unleashed on the Duchess of Sussex on Tuesday night, as Meghan paid tribute to Nelson Mandela while Thomas Markle continued to beg for her attention.

Tuesday, Jul 17

Police seize laptop clue in Poppi Worthington case

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Paul Worthington claimed that he used a computer on the night he is believed to have sexually abused 13-month-old Poppi before she died in 2012 in Cumbria.

Kylie Jenner sparks Nineties-inspired jelly nails revival


It's the latest craze taking over Instagram by storm - thanks to Kylie Jenner. The 20-year-old posted a snap of her fluoro-pink translucent acrylic nails - and there are now 4,000 #jellynails posts.

Four 'die in suicide chain including Love Island star and boyfriend'

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Two brothers who were found hanged within three weeks of each other were close friends of tragic Love Island star Sophie Gradon and her boyfriend who also took their own lives, the siblings' father said.

Hosepipe ban hits 7 million Britons for the first time in six years

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Customers will not be allowed to use a hose to water their garden or plants. Cleaning cars, windows, paths and outdoor surfaces with a hose will also be banned.

Monday, Jul 16

Trump hails 'open and deeply productive' talks with Putin

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The summit at the Finnish Presidential Palace in Helsinki consists of a one-on-one meeting and a larger working lunch, and will conclude with a joint news conference.

Kate Middleton cradles Prince Louis in portrait from his christening

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Louis, 12 weeks old today, slept through the entire ceremony but was pictured alert and with a wide opened-mouth smile as he was held upright by his mother in the gardens of Clarence House.

Two fans die as France's World Cup celebrations are marred by violence

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Police fired tear gas as scuffles broke out on the Champs-Élysées as French football fans celebrate their side's spectacular World Cup victory over Croatia in Moscow today.

Tory minister moaned of abuse from Labour trolls' over 'ensuring women were treated with respect'


Andrew Griffiths, whose wife gave birth just 12 weeks ago, resigned as minister for small business after details of the vile texts to Imogen Treharne, 28, were revealed.

Sunday, Jul 15

Kate Middleton and William arrive at Wimbledon ahead of men's final

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Wimbledon ahead of the men's singles finals. William and Kate watched as Novak Djokovic defeated Kevin Anderson on Centre Court.

White Widow 'recruiting suicide bombers to attack Spanish beaches'

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The world's most wanted female terrorist Samantha Lewthwaite, dubbed 'The White Widow', is recruiting suicide bombers to target holidaymakers this summer at resorts across the globe.

Meghan Markle's father Thomas claims she is struggling to cope

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Thomas Markle, 73, has made a bombshell claim that his daughter Meghan is struggling to cope with her new life as part of the Royal Family and says he can ‘see her pain in her smile’.

PIERS MORGAN up close and very personal with Trump on Air Force One

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PIERS MORGAN talks with President Donald Trump as the Republican concludes his tour of the UK, boarding Air Force One to foreign policy, the Royal family - and personalised snacks.