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'Behind The Scars' project hopes to have a positive impact

Men and women from across the UK shared the stories behind their scars as part of a project by London-based photographer Sophie Mayenne that aims to challenge society's perception of what is beautiful. Among those featured are Mercy (top left), who was burned in a fire that was started as an act of domestic abuse; Grace (centre) who underwent stomach and brain surgery; Chloe (top right), who started self-harming aged 13 and has learnt to embrace the scars it left; Agnes (bottom right), who survived a gas explosion when she was just seven years old; and Isabella (bottom left), who suffered severe burns in a 2015 house fire.

Tributes to travel agent 'gem' whose 'throat was slit'

A travel agent whose 'throat was slit' yesterday was described as a 'lovely person' by mourners including her ex-partner, who called the 28-year-old a 'gem'. Cassie Hayes (pictured, top) was seen covered in blood as she was carried out of the Southport TUI branch where she worked yesterday after what police believe was a 'domestic incident'. A 30-year-old man from St Helens has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the horrific incident that took place around 1.30pm. Today tributes were paid to Ms Hayes, who died in hospital, with ex-partner Leah McDonald (inset, with Ms Hayes) saying the grief made her want to rip out her own heart as mourners handed police flowers to lay at the cordoned off TUI shop (pictured, bottom).

The SNP leader said her next move would be determined by the shape of the deal hammered out between Britain and the EU.

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Lunches and dinners are to be cut to 600 calories at fast food outlets and on ready meal shelves at supermarkets, in new guidelines from Public Health England (PHE).

We all feel bad about putting on weight, mainly because we assume it is entirely our own fault. After all, the only way to pile on those extra pounds is to eat more in calories than we burn off in exercise.

Rain will shift south of the Scottish border today after fears of flooding hit the south-west of England last night and Wales along with the UK's northern regions prepare for snow. 

KCL Hospital doctors take ill girl off morphine

Karina and Nigel Driscoll (left) are terrified their terminally ill daughter Melody (right) will be taken away from them as they fight for her to have pain medication. Doctors at King's College Hospital in London are weaning the child off morphine. After contacting social services to see if they could help them fight the hospital's decision, the couple were given a letter which read that their ill daughter could be taken into care.

FEMAIL spoke to Sydney-based dietitian, Lyndi Cohen, for her advice on healthy portion sizes. She also shared her tips for reducing your portions so that you remain full without putting on weight.

MEP calls for UKIP boss to quit over lover's racist texts

Jo Marney, 25, from Kent,(pictured with Mr Bolton, left, and in a modelling shot, middle) sent a series of shocking messages(inset) in which she said that Prince Harry's 'black American' fiancee will 'taint' the Royal Family with 'her seed' and pave the way for a 'black king'. The 54-year-old party leader, whose relationship with Ms Marney has also led to demands for him to quit, was told by Ukip West Midlands MEP Bill Etheridge after the texts surfaced: 'Go now. Go quietly and leave us to deal with what's left.' Pictured right: Meghan and Prince Harry in London on January 9.

The Labour leader questioned whether the much-vaunted Transatlantic tie existed as he condemned Donald Trump over alleged racist jibes about African countries.

Donald Trump's state visit to the UK could happen later this year, according to reports. Sources close to the US President claim he will be visiting London on an official visit some time within the next 12 months.

Nigel Farage said he has become increasingly worried the Leave campaign had stopped making their case and claimed Brexiteers are now outnumbered in Parliament.

Angela Rayner, the MP for Ashton-under-Lyne, said son Charlie weighed less than 1lbs when he was born. The youngster, who is now nine, is registered blind and has special educational needs.

PM 'resists bailout for stricken contractor Carillion'

Theresa May is said to be resisting a huge taxpayer bailout for stricken construction giant Carillion. The firm is facing the threat of collapse under the burden of £1.5billion in debt - with fears of dire consequences for a host of public services. The company holds a range of crucial government contracts, including with schools, hospitals, prisons and transport infrastructure. As the PM went to church with husband Philip in her Maidenhead constituency this morning (pictured), Whitehall officials have been working to try to agree a rescue package before the markets open tomorrow. But it is understood ministers are unwilling to step in and underwrite massive debts, with calls for shareholders and banks to take the hit instead of the public purse. Tory chairman Brandon Lewis said today that the government was keeping a 'close eye' on the situation, while stressing that the company was still a 'going concern'.

Victoria Beckham blasted by outraged fans

Victoria Beckham (inset top), 43, was hit with a barrage of complaints on her Facebook and Instagram pages after she shared two shots of model Giedre Dukauskaite, 29, pictured left and right, wearing a pair of oversized glasses from the Victoria Beckham Eyewear Spring Summer 2018 range. Outraged parents criticised the British designer for using a 'sickly skinny' model, with one saying such images were the reason her 'tiny' daughter thinks she needs to eat less (inset bottom).

Passenger jet skids off runway at Turkish airport

A passenger jet carrying 162 people came within metres of plunging into the sea after it skidded off an icy runway as it landed at a Turkish airport. Panic spread through the Boeing 737-800 as it stopped at the edge of the Black Sea - with its nose dangling precariously off a cliff edge. Luckily, flight PC8622's wheels became stuck in icy mud as it left the runway at Trabzon Airport, which may have preventing it from entering the sea. Trabzon governor Yucel Yavuz confirmed that all of the passengers and crew on board escaped uninjured, saying: 'We've taken all necessary measures. We will reopen the airport to air traffic as soon as possible'.

Prince Harry, 35, will be thrown a stag do at the Swiss ski resort of Verbier, reports suggest. The royal will then reportedly hold a second, more civilised 'stag-hen' with bride-to-be Meghan Markle, 36.

Roxanne Macias, 35, was worried by her lack of libido ahead of her wedding and had an 'orgasm shot' at a clinic in Kent to increase the size of her G-spot, labia and clitoris.

Kim Kardashian hit headlines again last week after her shoe-less selfie as part of a promotion for meal-replacement 'shakes' landed her in hot water, writes Dr Ellie.

Prince Philip walks to church at Sandringham

The Queen, 91, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 96, appeared in good spirits as they attended church at Sandringham today. Prince Philip wrapped up against the cold to walk to St Mary Magdalene Church on the Norfolk estate (left) but joined Her Majesty in the car for the journey home (inset). Meanwhile security searches were conducted on well-wishers hoping to see the royal couple, with three-year-old Kayden Scuffham being left delighted when he was given special attention by an officer (right).

Police officers are mounting an unprecedented legal challenge over the refusal to prosecute suspect Saleh Ibrahim Mabrouk in the murder of WPC Yvonne Fletcher in 1984.

Ant McPartlin has filed for divorce from Lisa Armstrong

Ant McPartlin, 42, has revealed he is divorcing his wife of 11 years, Lisa Armstrong, 41.  Ant's spokesman confirmed to MailOnline on Saturday: 'In response to the recent speculation in the media, Ant is very sad to announce that, after 11 years, he is ending his marriage to Lisa McPartlin. 'Ant asks for privacy at this difficult time, for both himself, Lisa and their immediate families. No further statement will be made.' 

The body of a woman has been discovered on a beach in Marbella, near the spot where missing mum-of-two Rebecca Muldoon was last seen on January 2.

The unknown prisoner nearly bled to death after self-harming at the Category A jail in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, which has been dubbed 'Monster Mansion'.

London mansion with a Hollywood price tag! Stunning townhouse where Daniel Day-Lewis filmed his last movie goes on sale for £15million 

A stunning Georgian townhouse where Daniel Day-Lewis shot his latest and final film is on the market - but buyers will need a Hollywood bank account to purchase it as its valued at £15m.  The spectacular mansion in Fitzroy Square in the cosmopolitan area of Fitzrovia, central London is the backdrop for Golden Globe nominated film Phanton Thread, about a a high-society dressmaker in the 1950s. Already boasting eight bedrooms the grade I listed home includes an adjoining mews house which could be demolished and replaced to make the property even more impressive.   

Mark Wahlberg has announced he will donate the $1.5 million he made for re-shooting All The Money In The World to the Time's Up legal fund against sexual abuse and harassment.

Lady Lucan leaves fortune to homeless charity in will

Veronica, the Dowager Countess of Lucan, was found dead at her multi-million pound home in Belgravia, London, in September (left). An inquest last week revealed the 80-year-old had killed herself after taking a cocktail of alcohol and drugs after wrongly believing she was suffering from Parkinson's disease. The countess was estranged from her three children Camilla, Frances and George (pictured together, right) and decided to remove all three from her will, instead leaving her fortune to homeless charity Shelter. Lady Lucan hit headlines in 1976 after her husband disappeared when their nanny was bludgeoned to death.

The set of Coutndown rules were shared on Twitter which revealed that contestants often can't pronounce the word 'consonant' correctly which can spark complaints from pedantic viewers.

Dmitry Rybolovlev, a Russian businessman and owner of AS Monaco football club, is preparing to take Sotheby's auction house to a British court to claim it helped an art dealer inflate prices.

Hamza, who is locked up in a Supermax prison in Colorado, said he understood the message to be about an upcoming strike on the USA, American court papers reveal.

British fugitive Mark Acklom, 44, is believed to have changed his name to Marc Long in a desperate bid to obtain a legitimate passport and a Swiss residency permit.

Queen reveals secrets about her Coronation in documentary

To the 300 million viewers of what would prove the first globally televised event, which took place 65 years ago this summer, it was a triumph of organisation and planning. Yet in a BBC1 programme, to be aired on Sunday night, the Queen discloses behind-the scene secrets about the event. She describes the bone-jarring ride in a golden coach from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey (pictured right) as 'horrible'. Eileen Parker (inset right), the wife of Prince Philip's Private Secretary, revealed that everyone had to be in place by 7am on the morning of the event. Prince Charles (pictured top left) was only four years old at the time. He revealed that the Palace barber cut his hair too short and plastered it down with 'the most appalling gunge'.

The ornate bottle of oil used to anoint the Queen has been filmed for the first time and will be revealed tonight during a documentary set to air on BBC1.

The Queen, 91, joined the congregation for a special episode of BBC Songs of Praise celebrating 150 years of Christian charity Scripture Union. The episode was filmed at St Mary's Church, Islington.

Rachel Riley on naughty words and online bullying

Rachel Riley (pictured) enrolled on Strictly Come Dancing, and did the paso doble, and other complex manoeuvres, with Siberian dancer Pasha Kovalev (together, inset). The burgeoning Russian romance burned with the passion of a smouldering rumba, and coincided with the break-up of Riley's short marriage. Prior to meeting Pasha, she was married to Jamie Gilbert, who she met at university when she was 19. They separated in 2013, having been married for 16 months. Riley and Kovalev now co-habit in west London, while she remains 'good friends' with Gilbert. Riley turned 32 last week, although she hasn't, as yet, planned to have children. 'All my friends are getting pregnant at the moment.' she says. 'That's good for them, but it's currently not on my radar. I don't know about the future.'

Of all British atheists and agnostics, a quarter admit they pray for comfort or to feel less lonely, according to a poll by ComRes for Christian aid agency, Tearfund.

The IDGAF songstress beat of stiff competition from Ed Sheeran to become the most nominated artist at this year's highly-anticipated show which will see her take to the stage.

Louis White, from Wales, is, in many ways, a typical 21-year-old college student. But he is also mentally and physically disabled and bound to a wheelchair. Pictured: Louis as a baby.

In a powerful new memoir, Denise Fergus recalls the devastating aftermath of James Bulger's kidnap and murder and reveals she considered suicide as her marriage crumbled.

Woman shares her pre-wedding weight loss and workout tips

Sarah Wong, 38, from London, slimmed from a size 10-12 to a toned size 8 by cutting out snacks, changing her diet and committing to regular workout sessions - and lost 2st in the process. In the 16 weeks before her wedding, Sarah swapped fried food for steamed vegetables and started going to the gym three times a week. The newlywed (inset on her wedding day) said she felt in the 'best shape of her life' on her big day.

Suranne Jones, 39, who won a BAFTA Award for her role as the revenge-seeking Gemma Foster on Doctor Foster, confessed she was 'hurt' by the mixed reviews the finale of the second series received.

The number of serious criminals wanted for 'recall to prison' has doubled in the last three years, according to the Metropolitan police. Many committed crimes after being released on license.

Hunt for crossbow killer who killed father of three

Officers are looking for Anthony Lawrence, who is suspected to have broken into the property in Southburn, Yorkshire through a cellar and shot 30-year-old father-of-three Shane Gilmer. Lawerence remains at large as police support vehicles continues to patrol the large mile-long police cordon which surrounds 20 properties near the scene of the crime. Local residents revealed that Lawrence's dark blue Vauxuall Meriva was abandoned outside a Wetherspoons pub in Driffield town centre.

Prayer time on patrol: British Army defies critics of politically correct campaign as it releases new recruitment video showing Muslim soldier praying in front of his colleagues

The new video, called Keeping My Faith, shows a soldier taking off his helmet and kneeling down in prayer while his comrades wait respectfully nearby. It is the latest step in the Army's 'This is Belonging' campaign, which has featured adverts telling recruits they are allowed to be emotional and reassuring gay people that they will be accepted if they sign up. But the videos uploaded to YouTube came under fire last week when former Army chiefs said recruits needed to know that 'we are not going to be soft and we are not going to be nice to people'. Colonel Richard Kemp, who led British troops in Afghanistan, said the new campaign showed an Army 'being forced down a route of political correctness'. It follows the advert Expressing My Emotions, published yesterday, which shows a soldier wiping a tear from his face as he receives a letter from a loved one.

A nine-year-old girl died in central Uganda with the symptoms of an eye-bleeding disease which it is thought could kill up to 40 per cent of those infected by it.

Mystery surrounds the death of Kevin Halligen, 56, who is said to have presented himself as a 'cloak-and-dagger, James Bond-style spy'. His blood-soaked body was found at a Surrey mansion.

Kai Smart, 25, and Emma James, 33 (pictured outside court yersterday), claimed they thought they were out of view as they had sex for seven minutes against a budget hotel's wall on the Isle of Wight.

Toddler reunited with dog after Simon Cowell helped hunt

Toddler Edward Latter (left), three, thought border terrier Morse was gone for good after cruel thieves stole him when he escaped from his family home in Marden, Kent. The 10-month-old mutt had been missing since December and the devastated boy even wrote a heartbreaking letter to Santa and posted it to Lapland asking for his pal back for Christmas. But yesterday the delighted toddler discovered his beloved hound had been found and was reunited with the pet (right). He said: 'I have my best friend back'. The £10,000 reward was offered by millionaire Cowell (inset) after he read about the horrific theft.

A 19-year-old male has died after he was fatally stabbed at a house party in Walsall, West Midlands, in the early hours of this morning.

Former President Bill Clinton denied renewed allegations that charity money earmarked for Haiti, and otherwise, from the Clinton Foundation was used to fund daughter Chelsea's 2010 wedding. 

The reshuffle was the moment May picked up the chairs, the tables, the wardrobes, the beds and just about everything else she could lay her hands on, and barricaded the door of Downing Street.

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It is the smart suitcase that promises to end the hell of lost luggage. The CX-1 follows you around at speeds of up to 7mph. It has a built-in 'eye' which maps the owner's face. Add in a 'homing' wristband which activates a built-in GPS tracker - and the case works like magic. If you wander too far, it lets out a loud wail. Expected to cost £800, it is just one of the amazing gizmos unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vagas.

Surgeon Captain Rick Jolly, 71, set up a field hospital in an abandoned refrigeration unit at Ajax bay during the Falklands Conflict treating both British and Argentine casualties.

Former Head of the British Army Lord Dannatt said: 'To read in this newspaper last week of the tragic death of Warrant Officer Nathan Hunt filled me with sadness and frustration.'

The woman given a life-saving blood transfusion after a miscarriage has told of her 'disgust' that the nurse who treated her was later allegedly bullied out of her job at Royal Blackburn Hospital.

The celebrity chef closed seven of his Italian restaurants as well as his Union Jacks chain last year. Branches at risk including Glasgow, Bristol, Cardiff and St Albans.

Does anyone really think a government is better because of the way it looks? Anyone who actually believes this surely deserves exactly what he or she gets.

Toby Young - once a full-time hack, but for several years a founder of free schools - has retreated with ears torn, the price he has paid for a series of bad-taste tweets some years ago.

Family shares results of hilarious photo shoot

A Missouri family has shared the hilarious results from a 'professional' photo shoot that went horribly wrong (left and right). In May 2017, the Zaring family was contacted by a middle-aged woman who marketed herself as an experienced professional photographer and decided to take her up on the offer. Pam and Dave, their two sons - Cade, 12, and Connor, eight (inset) - and Dave's mother Sharon drove to Forest Park in St Louis and paid the photographer just under $250. The Zarings received the results on Thursday which showed faces completely devoid of features. According to Pam, the photographer claimed her professor never taught her how to retouch photos - she had been trying to remove the shadows on their faces - and offered to re-shoot the images. The photos have been shared on Facebook more than 306,000 times.

Investors in digital currencies are being rejected by British mortgage lenders and brokers, with firms citing inability to trace the source of the money as primary concerns.

Women who believe they are men are not being offered routine NHS screening for breast and cervical cancer but men living as women are being invited for cervical smear tests.

Can you recognise these Hollywood celebrities?

It was once said of film stars that their face was their fortune. But now A-list actors must compete for parts in which their closest family wouldn't recognise them. Leading the charge has been Gary Oldman, who so convincingly disguised his looks to play Winston Churchill in the new film Darkest Hour. Refusing to put on five stone to play the part, Oldman, 59, instead spent four hours in make-up every day, starting as early as 1.45am, to be transformed into the spitting image of the wartime Prime Minister. But, who are these celebrities?

Jazzminn Chester, 14 and of Grimsby, claims she was sent cruel messages and encouraged to kill herself on an anonymous app that allows users to comment on people's social media pictures.

She has followed her supermodel sister Kate Moss on to the catwalk - now it seems young Lottie is following her into a life of hedonism, too. Lottie, 20, welcomed in the New Year in the Bahamas.

Two-thirds of doctors and nurses at some hospitals have ignored official pleas to get themselves vaccinated against flu this winter, risking the lives of vulnerable patients, a crucial report has shown.

Guerrilla group Farc opens its own hotel

NEW Ex-fighters say the attraction in eastern Meta province, Colombia,(left, top right) will offer visitors an authentic taste of rebel life, and are preparing a menu consisting of basic food. Leaders of the left-wing paramilitary force,(pictured bottom right) which signed a peace accord with the national government last November, hope it will also create jobs.

Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed against the French dairy group Lactalis by families who claim they children have been struck down with salmonella poisoning.

Theresa May's new Deputy Chief Whip has brushed off claims that he is unfit to police anti-sex-pest MP curbs because of his own alleged 'Poundshop Harvey Weinstein' antics.

Rachel Johnson, 52, lifts the lid on her fortnight in the Celebrity Big Brother house in a secret dispatch. She admits being a flirt and enjoyed twerking with Andrew Brady - but her knickers are still missing.

Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said a 19th victim had been found and named her as Morgan Corey, 25 (pictured). Her 12-year-old sister had previously been discovered dead

Three men have been charged and detained over a jewellery heist at the iconic Ritz hotel in Paris last week. The men, who were known to police,  are in their early 30s and from the Paris region.

Some 500 staff at London's Metropolitan Police who handle emergency 999 calls received £976,574 more than they should have between 2013 and last year.

Vintage car that was hidden in the Outback goes on sale

A vintage Alfa Romeo built in 1921 that was hidden on a farm in the Australian Outback for 25 years has gone on sale for an eye-watering £750,000. In Australia the motor was purchased at auction by a prominent businessman who used the car regularly before being declared bankrupt. Even then he refused to give up the Alfa, hiding it from officials on a farm in the Queensland Outback.

The French baguette, should be listed as a cultural treasure, says President Emmanuel Macron after bakers started an application to add it to the list of Unesco protected items.

Guardsman Dean Rudman of the Scots Guards was last seen at the All Bar One pub in Waterloo on 21:40 on Tuesday, January 9 and may have boarded a train to Guildford, Surrey.

Iranian oil tanker sinks after collision off China

An Iranian oil tanker has sunk after a crash in the East China Sea, 114 miles off China's coast, which caused it to burn for over a week. Two bodies were recovered from the tanker, and a large amount of oil is burning in surrounding waters. Mahmoud Rastad, the chief of Iran's maritime agency, is reported as saying: 'There is no hope of finding survivors.'

Noizé, a small, discreet restaurant north of Oxford Street in London, opened last year with the minimum of fuss. There's room to stretch, and gossip, without fear of being overheard.

A mysterious box of old World War II photographs and documents from a family who escaped Nazi Germany were left at a Sydney door step and a woman is looking to find their family.

RBS wasted at least £1.5 billion of taxpayers' cash creating hundreds of branches of a new high street bank called William & Glyn. But they will never see the light of day.

Even the man who coined the term Blue Monday, Dr Cliff Arnall, says he never intended to make the day sound negative and was simply encouraging us to make positive change.

Newlyweds are captured posing on the shore moments before they were struck by a giant wave that left the bride in hospital with a broken leg 

Newlyweds Marelize and Ryan Dreyer, from Leicestershire, (pictured left before the wave struck, and right, after) were knocked over by a huge wave while they were posing for pictures at a beach in Hermanus, South Africa. Marelize, 25, (pictured inset, in hospital) from Leicestershire, found her leg had become trapped between two rocks, dislocating her ankle and breaking her leg in two places.

Police chiefs have asked the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse to slash the number of cases they are forwarding for investigation following the scandal involving Jimmy Savile.

Tourists heading to Cuba are being refused American dollars by Marks & Spencer in Britain because of US trade sanctions - even though Britain has no such restrictions in force.

Labour MP Chris Williamson said that he may have unwittingly made a error - which he would if necessary correct - by not declaring his second home to parliamentary authorities.

Police have been told to stop the rise of paedophile hunters after the number of groups trying to snare online child abusers rose to more than 75. Potential offences by vigilantes must also be investigated.

EXCLUSIVE: The German Shepherd had been patrolling the site in Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire where she is believed to have come across a pile of aniseed balls, which are poisonous to dogs.

Saudi billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was arrested two months ago in what the Saudi government called an 'anti-corruption sweep' after refusing to pay £728million.

Policewoman wins dog carrying discrimination case

A policewoman has been awarded a £15,000 sex discrimination payout because she could not carry a dog up a hill during a test to become a handler. PC Kim-Louise Carter, who remains a serving police officer earning about £25,000 a year, won the taxpayer-funded compensation after complaining that the attempted 70-yard uphill trek, carrying a police dog called Hulk, left her legs feeling 'like jelly'. Even though employment tribunal judges noted that three out of four female candidates completed the task, they ruled it was unfair on women and must be made easier, while instructors must undergo 'equality training'.

A Jack Sparrow impersonator has married the ghost of a Haitian pirate. Amanda Teague, from Drogheda, Ireland, married her husband in international waters so that it would be legal.

North Korea to send 'army of beauties' to Winter Olympics 

North Korea is set to send an elite female cheerleading squad - dubbed the 'army of beauties' - to the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month. With their enchanting looks and elegant moves, North Korea's cheerleading unit (pictured left, right and inset) are a marked contrast to the regime's menacing nuclear ambitions. But the squad, mostly made up of young women in their late teens or early twenties, have attracted huge publicity on previous visits to the South. This comes after the two countries announced earlier this week they would 'resolve problems through dialogue and negotiations'.

 

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Terrifying moment crocodile nicknamed Bismark devours a groper carcass in front of shocked crowd on an Australian beach

Beachgoers were left stunned on Thursday morning when a salt water crocodile swam up to shore to grab a bite to eat. A crowd had gathered around the carcass of a large groper fish washed up to shore at a beach in Cardwell, Cairns, when the large crocodile was seen swimming towards them. The reptile zoomed towards its prey before taking a big snap towards the beached fish.

By the time the staff at the bank in Kazakhstan had realised there was a problem, the rodents had already chewed their way through hundreds of pounds worth of bank notes.

Trials of the ZedScan technology, developed by a top British doctor, found it picked up subtle changes to cells in the womb before they became cancerous.

Popular tourist spot Abbotsbury Swannery in Dorset is among those hit by bird flu after 17 birds were found with the disease. It is a different strain to one which infected people in China.

Photojournalist captures mood of UK after Brexit along A1

It is the longest road in the country, winding 410 miles between the capitals of England and Scotland. Embarking on a visual tour of the A1 photojournalist Peter Dench wanted to capture the mood of the country as he made his way north from his home city of London. His aim was to explore the idea of British identity in the wake of Brexit by pictured the characters, sights and locations he passed as he travelled to Edinburgh. Speaking to MailOnline he said: 'It was a snapshot from the nation to gauge how people were feeling...it's called "Britain on the verge''. His journey took him north from his home city of London (top left) where he pictured slick city workers on their phones. He visited BABS cafe in Blyth, Nottinghamshire (top right), before picturing a father posing for a selfie with his daughter outside the Angel of the North (bottom left). As he went north of the border, he met a French couple taking photos next to the 'Welcome to Scotland' signpost (bottom right).

   

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He's on a roll! Skater with a boom box flawlessly glides down steep steps as onlookers turn their heads in disbelief

The footage is believed to have been filmed somewhere in America. The man performs the stunt effortlessly before giving an OK gesture to the camera. The video, which has gained massive popularity over social media since emerging on Twitter, has over 8million views.

Chimpanzees can be sold for up to £50,000 to wealthy collectors in Asia and the Middle East - but for each one seized from the wild, up to ten of our closest genetic cousins are killed by poachers.

Justin Webb spies on his children using Snapchat

Justin Webb tracks his children's every move, stalks their social media and has a hidden camera in the back garden - and thinks he can rival the North Koreans when it comes to surveillance. But his 17-year-old daughter Martha vows to ban him from her social media channels when she turns 18. Though committed to keeping tabs on his three children, Justin has no desire to know where his wife Sarah is during the day - he thinks it's spooky.

   

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