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Last updated: 15:41 GMT, 19 February 2021

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle NOT returning as working royals

The Queen has confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be returning as working members of the Royal Family nearly a year after stepping down, Buckingham Palace said today. The dramatic announcement was made in a palace statement at midday today, and sees the Sussexes quit for good more than one month before the one-year 'Megxit' review was due to be concluded on March 31. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex quit as senior working royals in March 2020 to earn their own money in the US, where they have signed deals with Spotify and Netflix estimated to be worth more than £100million. Stepping down as working royals also means the couple, who now live in an £11million mansion in Montecito, California, will not be able to hold on to their military, Commonwealth and some other patronages. The decision was made after conversations between the Duke of Sussex and members of the Royal Family. It brings to a conclusion an astonishing week in royal relations between the Sussexes and Buckingham Palace - and while Harry's grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh is being treated at King Edward VII Hospital in London. The military, Commonwealth and charitable associations which will revert to the Queen are: the Royal Marines, RAF Honington, Royal Navy Small Ships and Diving, The Queen's Commonwealth Trust, The Rugby Football Union, The Rugby Football League, The Royal National Theatre and the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The Sussexes, who revealed on Sunday that they are expecting their second child, are poised for an 'intimate' interview about their lives with Oprah Winfrey on March 7, which CBS announced on Monday.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's patronages move on and cut ties

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have told the Queen they will not be returning to frontline duties following their year outside the Firm. Buckingham Palace said their decision meant 'it is not possible to continue with the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of public service'. A statement said:?'The honorary military appointments and Royal patronages held by the Duke and Duchess will therefore be returned to Her Majesty, before being redistributed among working members of The Royal Family.' Within minutes of the announcement, organisations released their own statements confirming they had parted ways with the Sussexes.

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Two women were attacked on Thursday in what police believe are linked incidents. One woman was raped and one stabbed at separate properties two miles from one another in Bournemouth, Dorset.

London-based finance expert Martin Lewis shared his 'rule of thumb' on what percentage of your salary to put away on last night's episode of ITV's The Martin Lewis Money Show Live.

The UN has ordered the UAE to prove that Princess Latifa (pictured), the daughter of Dubai's ruler, is still alive after she released haunting videos saying she was being kept prisoner by her father.

Parts of the UK are already jabbing over-50s without underlying conditions amid postcode

Wales widened their jab roll-out on Monday to include everyone in the next phase at the same time - meaning anyone over the age of 50 can now expect an invite within the next few weeks. England has only officially expanded the inoculation drive to catch all over-65s and at-risk adults. However, some areas - including in London - have started offering appointments to people in their 50s, it has emerged. But parts of the nation are lagging behind, despite warnings that an unsuccessful vaccination drive could scupper the UK's chances of leaving lockdown in time for Britons to enjoy their summer without heavy restrictions. Westminster Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in central London has only managed to dish out first doses to 61 per cent of all over-70s, who were at the top of the priority list because of their age. However, some areas of the country - including Farnham in Hampshire - have vaccinated almost every elderly person. All ten areas with the worst uptake are in the capital, according to NHS statistics analysed by MailOnline.?Health chiefs fear vaccine hesitancy among black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) groups is behind the poorer uptake in London's culturally diverse boroughs.

The latest research on 9,000 Israeli healthcare workers, published in The Lancet, found that a single shot reduced the number of people developing symptomatic Covid by 85 per cent after three weeks.

The £51 spray, called Taffix, coats the inside of the nose in an acidic powder that makes it difficult for viral particles to penetrate. It is said to have protected 81 Jews from catching Covid.

Covid UK: Rishi Sunak 'to use March 3 Budget to EXTEND furlough'

Rishi Sunak will announce at the Budget on March 3 that the Government's furlough scheme will be extended to the summer, it was claimed today. The Chancellor is also said to be preparing to prolong a business rates holiday for the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors. A year-long business rates holiday is due to expire at the end of March while the furlough scheme is currently due to be wound up at the end of April. The moves will be welcomed by business leaders who have warned firms will need longer term support if they are to survive beyond the coming 'cliff-edge'. However, extending the schemes will inevitably reignite concerns about the state of the public finances as ministers continue to borrow record amounts to keep the country afloat.

Government advisers are set to recommend the next phase of the UK's vaccine rollout continues on the basis of age, rather than prioritising key workers, with the next bracket including 40 - 49-year-olds

The mayor of Greater Manchester urged the Government to expand the rollout to 'younger, more mobile' age groups who were more able to travel to mass vaccination centres to get their jabs.

Covid UK: R-rate drops AGAIN but app suggests outbreak not shrinking

Sage scientists said cases were falling by between three and six per cent a day. Separate data from the Office for National Statistics data estimated there were 481,300 people in England would test positive for the virus on any given day in the week to February 12. This was 43 per cent fewer than two weeks ago when there were estimated to be 846,900 cases, and 60 per cent lower than the darkest days of January when there were thought to be 1.2million cases. But separate data from a symptom-tracking app (right) today predicted Covid cases have started to plateau across the country. The ZOE Covid Symptom Study app suggested there were 14,064 new cases each day in the week to February 14, down just five per cent from the seven-day spell before.

Results of the over-the-counter kits are included in Public Health England's daily figures and information of positive cases is automatically handed over to the NHS Test and Trace system.

Sadiq Khan, 50, visited a vaccine centre located at a church in Streatham, South West London. He was asked by his GP to receive the jab in the current phase of the rollout due to his asthma.

Tory MP Mark Harper says vaccine passport for pubs would 'discriminate'

Mark Harper, chair of the lockdown-sceptic Covid Recovery Group and MP for the Forest of Dean, (inset, on Question Time yesterday) railed against suggestions that inoculated Britons could be allowed greater freedom sooner. He said the economic damage of lockdown has disproportionately fallen on the young and making them wait would be 'appalling'. Boris Johnson has signalled his reluctance for vaccine certificates to be used to safely unlock the economy, such as for entry to pubs. But such a scenario set imaginations running wild of a world where the only punters in pubs are over-65 - and not a single pint is posted on Instagram (right).

'£66,000 for a bog standard back garden!' Your Garden Made Perfect viewers slam 'dreadful' makeover and say it looks like scrubland AFTER the transformation?

In last night's episode of BBC Two's Your Garden Made Perfect, Pam and financial advisor Marcus, who live with their grown up son, daughter, and her other half in St Albans, Hertfordshire, spent £66, 000 turning their huge plot into an oasis for wildlife. Before (pictured, inset), the space was enormous and acted more like a corridor than a garden. The lawn was an unused wasteland, the overgrown Conifer sucked life from the earth below it and the main attraction was Marcus' uninspiring shed.The winning design created a wild oasis of rocky paths, waterways and untamed meadows (pictured, main and bottom inset)- and reused the tree, which would've been expensive to remove, to create bespoke furniture.

Supreme Court justices rule Uber drivers should be classed as workers

Supreme Court justices have ruled against Uber (left) and said that drivers should be classed as workers in a landmark decision for the gig economy. Seven justices ruled on the latest round of a long-running fight between Uber operating companies and drivers on Friday, after a hearing in July. The taxi giant (right), who said drivers were contractors not workers, appealed to the Supreme Court after losing three earlier rounds of the fight but lost.?

Cambridgeshire Police said they rescued three migrants from the back of a refrigerated lorry after they called saying they were 'suffocating and struggling to breathe'.

An unnamed Palestinian refugee who settled in Bristol in 2007 after fleeing his home in Gaza wants the Supreme Court justices to consider his appeal to get his date of birth changed.

Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha urges fellow black footballers to 'stand tall now' and stop taking the knee before games because it is 'degrading' and may make them a 'target' for racist abuse

Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha (left) has vowed to stop taking the knee before matches as he believes the gesture is becoming 'something we just do now' and has lost its meaning. Zaha spoke on the day Arsenal supremo Vinai Venkatesham branded racist abuse on social media 'the biggest problem in football' after striker Eddie Nketiah (right) became the latest high-profile player to be targeted. Manchester United's Anthony Martial (inset) was also racially abused on social media last weekend after their 1-1 draw with West Brom.

The former SNP leader's bombshell submission to the inquiry will accuse the First Minister of misleading parliament which, if true, could force her to resign.

New rules demanded by the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon state that the European Union flag should be flown every day along with the Saltire.

Can you spot the design flaw at new £365,000 Bristol house that has stumped social media

A new build property in Shirehampton, Bristol, has been ridiculed by people on social media for the 'quality job' done by builders after discovering a glaring design flaw. One of the three-bed terraced properties in the new development, with a 'from £365,000' price tag, in particular has come under fire for the questionable design. The plot was previously home to a Victorian building that served as Shirehampton National School, before becoming a snooker hall and café.

Britain needs to find a way of dealing with technology giants such as Facebook after the social media company blocked all news content in Australia, Foreign Office Minister James Cleverly? warned today

Foreign Office Minister James Cleverly warned that the UK must find a way to deal with tech giants like Facebook after they blocked news content in Australia, angering PM Scott Morrison.

The new law, set to pass next week, was drawn up by the government to tackle the huge power of Google and Facebook by forcing them to pay media companies for the news content they host.

Tim Berners-Lee, known for creating the web in 1989, said he is concerned a proposed law in Australia would require companies like Google and Facebook, right, to pay media companies linking.

G7 Zoom fail! Confusion at Boris Johnson's virtual meeting with world leaders when Germany's Angela Merkel fails to hit the mute button

The Prime Minister joked with the new US president that he had nicked his 'build back better' soundbite as he hosted a virtual meeting of the G7. The subject came up as the PM pressed his counterparts in the six other leading industrialised nations to avoid vaccine nationalism and help supply poorer countries with jabs to kill off the pandemic more quickly. The call also suffered a microphone malfunction suffered by millions who have used video conferencing in the past 11 months - with Mr Johnson forced to ask Germany's Angela Merkel to mute herself at the start. When he began the meeting, the chancellor suddenly interrupted him as he tried to tell the others, including new Italian prime minister, Mario Draghi, that he wanted a face-to-face meeting at the G7 summit in June. 'Can you hear us Angela,' Johnson quipped over the German, chuckling. 'I think you need to mute.'

Allies of Lord Frost, the former chief negotiator with the EU who was handed a Cabinet post this week, plans a more 'hardline' stance over problems that have plagued Northern Ireland.

The broadcaster claims the quiz show host, dubbed the Queen of Mean for her cutting quips towards contestants, overstepped the mark when they appeared on screen together in 2006.

Perseverance is in 'great shape', says NASA after $2.2billion rover LANDS on Mars to start a two-year mission searching for extraterrestrial life in a crater that was a lake 3.5bn years ago

NASA says its Perseverance rover is in 'great shape' after successfully landing on the surface of Mars last night following a 239 million-mile journey. The $2.2billion car-sized rover guided itself to a patch of smooth terrain in Jezero, a 28-mile wide and 820ft-deep crater which was home to a Martian lake 3.5 billion years ago. Perseverance, nicknamed Percy, survived the dreaded 'seven minutes of terror' which saw it endure temperatures in excess of 2,000°F as it entered the Martian atmosphere at more than 12,000mph. It safely touched down shortly before 4pm ET (9pm GMT), and beamed back its first images of the crater (left) moments after NASA established radio contact, leading to raucous applause at NASA's mission control in California (bottom right).

Perseverance landed on Mars after a nail biting 'seven minutes of terror' on Thursday that involved plummeting through the atmosphere at 12,000 miles per hour.

Richard Moore, chief of Secret Intelligence Service MI6, has apologised for the agency's past treatment of LGBT+ people, adding they had deprived themselves of the 'best talent' Britain offers.

The 33-year-old man was rescued on Thursday after he was spotted lying near a stream in the mountains north of Udine, north-eastern Italy. He said his mixed-breed dog Ash had kept him alive.

Carjackers steal dog walker's van in Barnet

Melina Georgiou, pictured, has been left devastated by the theft of her one-year-old Maltipoo, Nala, from her dog walker in Barnet, north London. Ms Georgiou said she has received magnificent support from members of the public who have shared her appeal more than 11,000 times.

Survival of the smartest! Texans share inventive ways they are getting through the power

Winter storms in Texas have cut off power, gas and water supplies to millions of residents, bringing the state to the brink of a humanitarian crisis.? On Thursday, as many shivered through a fifth consecutive day without hot showers, gas ovens and electricity, some took to social media to document the inventive ways they're managing to survive.??? Extreme cold has frozen pipes across many towns and cities across the Lone Star state, effectively cutting off access to fresh water for thousands.?

The extreme-weather conditions and lack of power the state has been enduring since Storm Uri struck five days ago has kick-started a growing crisis in the supply chain of food across Texas.

The former president and first lady apparently celebrated a romantic Valentine's Day at Trump's Florida resort - the first time they've been pictured together since leaving Washington.

Brainteaser challenges keen DIYers to find the nail among the tools

A tricky brainteaser (pictured), created by UK-based firm SGS Engineering, asks puzzlers to find the nail among the tools. The colourful graphic features everything from hammers and drills to paintbrushes. So, have you got what it takes to beat the 48-second record?

The guide is called the Dorozoku Map - Dorozoku is an online term used in Japan for those who are loud in public - and is powered by comments submitted by irritated residents.

The Food Standards Agency has alerted customers to three frozen chicken products that have been recalled after salmonella bacteria was found to be present.

FEMAIL reveals the racy storylines set to stun viewers in future seasons of Bridgerton

While the first season of Netflix's Regency romp Bridgerton has left fans blushing over its hot and steamy sex scenes, viewers could be in for even saucier moments if the TV show continues to draw inspiration from the book series on which it is based. Here, after Netflix announced the casting of its leading lady for series two, FEMAIL reveals the storylines fans can expect in the remaining books. Pictured, the characters who will star in the remaining Bridgerton series and the couple at the centre of the first series (top left).

This is the moment three masked raiders assault the owner of an Audi RS4 and drag him from his £63,000 car as he pulled up outside his home in Wolverhampton last Friday.

Lucy Letby, 31, is alleged to have murdered five baby boys and three baby girls while working at the Countess of Chester Hospital between June 2015 and June 2016.

John Travolta puts his 20-bedroom Maine property on the market for $5M

John Travolta has put the 10,830-square-foot Maine mansion he owned with late wife Kelly Preston on the market for $5 million?- 30 years after the couple purchased the sprawling property. The 67-year-old actor and Kelly, who died in July at the age of 57 after quietly battling breast cancer for two years, added the home to their property portfolio back in 1991, the same year they tied the knot. Located on the exclusive island of Islesboro, the grand abode boasts 20 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, and sits on 48 acres of land?- which has provided the stars with abundant space to host their families during holidays. Built in 1903 by architect firm?Peabody and Stearns, the 42-room mansion boasts all the classic touches of an English country mansion, including a sweeping gravel driveway and a grand shingled house. Pulp Fiction star John was introduced to the area by fellow Scientologist Kirstie Alley, who has long owned a home on the southern end of the exclusive enclave

These dramatic before and after pictures show the extent of the flooding across the UK in York, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk in January when two months' worth of rain fell in just 24 hours.

The amount of alcohol in the Belgian lager - for which the slogan 'reassuringly expensive' ran in the UK from 1982 to 2007 - has been reduced from 4.8 per cent due to 'wellness trends'.

Speaking to Tatler, Olivia Rigg, who runs London's Hamilton Rigg dating agency, said Covid-19 has 'made people at every level think more about relationships' and 'made dating sexy again'.

James Ross, 38, from Cullercoats, North Tyneside, pictured with wife Lara, right, was reunited with his wedding ring after losing it at a council recycling centre.

How Lady Kitty Spencer became high fashion's golden girl

Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL,?PR guru Nick Ede says that being both an aristocrat and Princess Diana's niece makes Lady Kitty Spencer, 29, an exceptionally good fit for Dolce&Gabbana. The comments come as the socialite is unveiled as the global brand ambassador for the luxury brand - and could make up to £500, 0001M a year from her fashion brand deals. Pictured, left to right: Photoshoot for Dolce and Gabbana, Lady Kitty Spencer and Alberta Ferretti at the Alberta Ferretti after party during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 19, 2020 and the socialite at Bulgari Barocco on September 14, 2020 in Rome, Italy. Pictured, inset: Lady Kitty with Pixie Lott in the front row Schiaparelli show in Paris, France on 20 January 2020.

Shannon Stevens had the scare of a lifetime when she was bitten on the behind by a black bear as she sat down on a cabin toilet by Chilkat Lake, near Haines, southeast Alaska.

Ricardo Reis de Farias e Vieira, 33 (right), was arrested Thursday in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a day after a fire at his house killed adopted children Fernanda, Gabriel and Lorenzo.

Prince William says there's 'light at the end of this tunnel' as he thanks Armed Forces personnel for their role in the Covid vaccine roll-out on Zoom call

The Duke of Cambridge quizzed some of the 5,000 Armed Service members employed in the vaccination programme in online Zoom calls earlier this week. One personnel member tells the Prince, 38, in a video shared to the kensingtonroyal Instagram account that 'we've still got a long way to go' but that 'it's a joy and a privilege' to be involved in the roll-out. (Pictured: Prince William earlier this week speaking to members of the Armed Forces)

Patrick Mahony, landlord of The Winchester Arms in Taunton, believes he is losing around £4,000 a month during the latest lockdown restrictions, after pouring away his beer and cider stockpiles.

Latifah King, 27, and Kelly Smith, 31, both died of cancer after treatment delays due to Covid lockdowns as MPs warn the Prime Minister that Britain is facing a 'cancer disaster'.

PROFESSOR ANGUS DALGLEISH: As the second wave of Covid-19 retreats, the devastating impact on the nation's cancer patients is becoming ever more apparent

'Tone deaf' Rishi Sunak faces fury from hospitality industry over cheesy Gordon Ramsay

The Chancellor faced the fury of people working in pubs, bars and restaurants over his online chat with multi-millionaire F-Word star, who sacked around 500 staff last year rather than furlough them. Hospitality has been one of the hardest-hit sectors of the economy since last March, with repeated lockdowns and restrictions on opening at other times. Mr Sunak posed a tweet which said the two men discussed 'the challenges facing hospitality and how he launched a TV show in lockdown'. But it sent Twitter into meltdown, with users asking how Mr Ramsay could talk with authority about the impact on small businesses. 'Up next - Rishi talks to (F1 racing driver) Lewis Hamilton about the problems facing ordinary people working in the transport industry,' one wag wrote.

Israeli bar offers Covid jabs with a FREE DRINK to encourage young people

A bar in Tel Aviv has been turned into a vaccination centre offering young people a different kind of shot to their usual - along with a free drink - to encourage them to get vaccinated against Covid.

JEFF POWELL: The FA expect the England team to be given permission to dodge quarantine upon their return from Albania. This is no more than we have come to expect of big-time-Charlie football.

Retail worker Ben Peters, from Swindon, said he was left unable to eat and barely able to breathe when his tonsils swelled to the size of golf balls during lockdown last year.

Analysis of national prices show that unleaded now costs almost 122p-a-lite on average in the UK, which is the highest it has been since the start of March last year.



Husky ignores 'armed raider' during training exercise in Thai jewel store

Worawut Lomwanawong, pictured right, was performing a test on the security at his jewellery store in Chang Ma, Thailand, by simulating an armed robbery. He expected his pet Husky, Lucky, left, to challenge the raider, centre. Instead, Lucky remained asleep on the floor during the exercise.

Shocking footage, said to have been filmed at the supermarket's branch in Isle of Dogs, East London, shows around eight men headbutting and kicking each other before the brawl spills into the store.

Villagers in Manaton, Devon, has slammed the National Trust for wrapping a home once owned by Daphne de Maurier's sister in plastic. The charity says the move was made to protect the home.

Snow blankets the Middle East amid freezing temperatures caused by polar vortex?

Large parts of the Middle East have been blanketed in snow after a 'wobbling' polar vortex sent Arctic air plunging south. Lebanon (bottom left) was among the worst-hit after Storm Joyce caused widespread snowfall alongside gale force winds and storm surges that submerged some coastal properties. Moutnainous regions of southern Syria saw up to six inches of snow (top right), while the city of Istanbul in Turkey was also hit by heavy snowfall earlier this week (bottom right). It comes after snow in Iraq last month (top left), caused by a weakening in weather systems that typically keeps cold air confined to the poles. Similar weather systems have plunged Texas into the deep freeze this week, and blighted much of Europe with freezing cold weather earlier this month.

No 10 sources reported that Carrie Symonds remonstrated with former aide Katie Lam over her dog Dilyn's behaviour after the dog cocked his leg at Miss Lam's belongings when she put them down.

One lucky lottery winner could become £176million richer if they hit the jackpot on tonight's EuroMillions draw. The prize would be the biggest ever British lottery win.

Having a RUFF day? Scruffy dog who's become an Instagram star

With his downturned mouth and signature glare, you'd be forgiven for thinking this dog is having a bad day. But that's just how Bouche (pictured) the two-year-old Brussels Griffon looks, says his owner Amanda Jensen (inset), of California. The scruffy dog has won more than 7,000 Instagram followers with snaps capturing his signature unimpressed looks, which followers say reflect their own mood. Owner Amanda insists her dog is actually 'playful' and happy, despite what his expressions might make you think.

Those living in energy inefficient homes could soon find it harder to get a mortgage, after a Government report said it could start rating lenders on the energy efficiency of their portfolios

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Scuba diver captures labyrinth of underwater caves

Martin Broen, 50, (inset top) braved the depths below the Riviera Maya in Mexico to capture the 'magical' cave system (pictured) formed during the ice age millions of years ago. His exploration through the world's longest network of caves saw the diver swim in huge yawning chasms and squeeze between stalactites jutting from a low rock ceiling. Mr Broen, from New York, took the photos while exploring 60 different cave systems?between Playa del Carmen and Tulum. The 'sacred wells' were celebrated by the Mayans and sometimes used as a place for human sacrifice.

One of Britain's cheapest homes set for £2,000 auction - but new owners will take on major

A three-bedroom house in Bradford could sell for as little as £2,000 next week, with pictures from inside showing collapsed ceilings (top right), floors lined with rubbish (top left, bottom right) and a wildly overgrown garden (bottom left). Nearby properties have sold for around £50,000, but auctioneers have set a guide price at a fraction of neighbouring prices, after the property suffered 'extensive water damage'. Despite being empty of residents for months, litter and old items such as video tapes still line the floors and walls.

This fuel does need lithium or rare earth elements to use, takes less time to fuel up and lasts longer than battery-powered vehicles - making it a potential 'Tesla killer.'

A 16-year-old boy was mortally wounded in a stabbing attack on the Preston Road in Wembley, north west London shortly before midnight. Police confirmed the victim died in hospital earlier today.

Photographer says he has seen 'first ever' YELLOW penguin among colony on South Georgia?

Yves Adams said he spotted the king penguin with a bright yellow plumage - instead of the usual black feathers - on the islands of South Georgia during an expedition through Antarctica and the South Atlantic. The unusual looking bird is seen in pictures lounging in the surf and showing off its almost tropical plumage while standing next to a regular black and white penguin.

DAVID JONES: Down the years, criminologists and investigative writers have theorised endlessly about what drove British Ian Brady to commit some of the most depraved acts in living memory.

People share snaps of the adorable pets as they travel on public transport with their

Commuting is largely on hold amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and while that's welcome relief? to many, some of the quirky sights on public transport could certainly brighten up your day - especially with furry friends involved. Bored Panda has compiled a gallery of the best snaps of commuting creatures from around the world, including (clockwise from top left) a llama in Portland; a happy dog in New York, a cute pig in Rome; a ravan in Moscow; a kitten on a plane and a dog on the subway in the US.

An Australian teacher who looks better aged 43 than she did in her 20s has revealed the seven things she wishes she knew earlier in life, and the advice she would pass on to her daughter.

The newlywed couple had been on their honeymoon at the Grand Josun Jeju Hotel, in Jeju, South Korea, when they discovered the mirrored windows inside the hotel's sauna were see-through.

Fire-breathing performer tattoos his eyeballs to look like a dragon?

Joshua Burns, 30, (left before his transformation) from Vancouver, Canada, who goes by his surname, began his journey aged 19 when he had his tongue cosmetically split in two (pictured centre). Since then, the performance artist and reptile seller has had his earlobes cropped and ears shaped to appear pointed (inset right), dyed his tongue purple and inserted silicone 'horns' into his forehead. Right: His most intricate tattoo which took 51 hours to complete. Inset left: scales cut into his arms.

The number of offenders dealt with by an out-of-court resolution soared by 11 per cent to 162,000 in September last year as fewer criminals were prosecuted during the pandemic.

Royal protection officers found their Range Rover had been given a fixed penalty notice after it was parked on double yellow lines 'for a couple of hours' a witness claimed, before the vehicle was moved.

Curious mouse sniffs a blue viper... who promptly eats it with a flash of its fangs?

Incredible images captured by photographer Dzul Dzulfikri show the moment a sniffing mouse curiously approaches a blue viper before being gobbled up whole by the aggressive predator. The venomous snake suddenly opened its mouth wide, exposing a flash of its fangs to the terrified rodent before swallowing it whole within just five minutes.

The Royal British Legion hopes that including veterans in the census will increase understanding of their needs and lead to more effective policies and services.

China's military made the announcement on Friday, the first time Beijing has publicly conceded its side suffered casualties in the deadliest incident between the Asian neighbours in nearly 45 years.

Couture fans show off their looks as London Fashion Week goes virtual

Five days of digital London Fashion Week kicked off today...with fashion fans getting the same view as A-listers for once. Many dressed up to watch day one shows by Bora Aksu and Paul Costelloe unfold online, with one personal stylist admitting there was some relief at not having to attend the 'intimidating' fashion event in person. (Pictured: Blogger Yu Masui, Stylist Babbleandstyle and design graduate Andrew Bannister-Bailey)

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned about the triple threat to the world from high pollution levels, climate change and loss of biodiversity in a new report.

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Mass grave of British soldiers who died fighting French revolutionaries found in

A mass grave found by city workers excavating a disused castle moat near the Dutch city of Utrecht contains the bones of 81 British troops who died fighting French revolutionaries, researchers say. It was initially thought the site, located near the now-destroyed Batestein Castle, marked the location of a medieval battlefield due to marks found on the skeletons that could have been caused by swords or spears. But researchers now say the marks were actually caused by surgical saws, and the site isn't a battlefield but was a field hospital used by the British during the War of the First Coalition, which lasted from 1792 until 1797.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Alfred Enoch, who played good guy Dean Thomas in the Harry Potter films, is a fan of the louche looks he displays in an updated filmed play of Oscar Wilde's 19th-century tale.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Tahar Rahim ensured his co-stars were scared of him when playing a killer in BBC hit drama The Serpent - by giving them the cold shoulder which he says worked well.

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French female hunter sent death threats for her photos with dead animals poses for

Johanna Clermont, 23, has received abuse online for posts featuring her trophy kills, including wild boar in the Pyrenees, antelope in South Africa and deer in Scotland (pictured: with deer blood smeared on her face in Scotland, left; posing with a haul of geese; and with an Iberian ibex in Spain). But the law student from Perpignan also has 300,000 fans on social media and believes it is important for a woman to bring 'glamour' to the male-dominated sport. She's been targeted by the French anti-hunting lobby but remains undeterred, paying a recent visit to the Scottish highlands where deer blood was smeared across her face in a centuries-old tradition. And unlike the misogyny hurled at her by critics, she has never encountered sexism from men on shoots, adding that people are 'happy' when there is a woman in the group who knows how to hunt.


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Student Erika Olson, 26, from Clearfield in Utah, weighed?420lbs at her heaviest after gorging on a diet of fast food and pastries, all washed down with sugary soda. But, after undergoing a gastric bypass, Erika now tips the scales at a svelte 147lbs and finally has the body and healthy lifestyle she has always wanted. She is pictured left and centre before the weight loss and right after.

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Dear Friend And Gardener, first published in 1998 and now reissued, is a collection of letters between Christopher Lloyd and Beth Chatto that shows just how close their bond really was.

The incredible panoramic photos by Hans-Georg Esch in new book Advancing Horizons

In panoramic photography, size matters. Images in this style can be impressive regardless of format, but are best viewed in one that allows for their scope to make an impact. It's something publisher teNeues clearly understands - because it has collated 60 stunning panoramic images by architectural photographer and filmmaker Hans-Georg Esch into a tome called Advancing Horizons that's one metre (3.2ft) wide. The images inside show cityscapes and skylines - including those of London, Paris, Sydney and New York - and other remarkable views around the world in breathtaking style, demonstrating why German Esch is regarded as one of the most talented photographers in his field.



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