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Bomb found in Berlin - city centre evacuated
A LARGE scale evacuation is underway in Berlin city centre after an unexploded WWII bomb was found this morning.
today 08:50
Brexit CRISIS: Ireland and EU reject EVERY Irish border proposal - 'NONE of them work!'
BREXIT talks are at risk of TOTAL collapse after Ireland and European Union officials completely rejected every single one of Theresa May’s proposals for the Irish border.
today 08:50
Macron and Merkel pledge euro reform

France and Germany have pledged to forge a joint position on euro reform by June, despite German reluctance on deeper monetary union.

The French and German leaders made the pledge during French president Emmanuel Macron's brief visit to Berlin on Thursday (19 April).

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today 08:38
Pregnant Hull woman left terrified as '500 mice' invade her family home

Julie Green says she even put her hand down the sink and pulled out a dead mouse

A pregnant Hull woman has been left terrified after her house was "invaded by 500 rodents".

Julie Green, 37, of Elmbridge Parade, east Hull, said the mice were "disturbed" by workmen

today 06:32
Woman dies in fire in block of London flats, fire brigade confirms

One woman has died after a fire broke out in block of flats in northeast London., London Fire Brigade has said.

More than 70 firefighters are still tackling the blaze in Chingford, after they were called around 2.14am on Friday.

London Fire Brigade said 12 people left the three

today 05:53
UK weather: THUNDERSTORMS to pummel Britain after TROPICAL BLAST brings 25C heat today
THUNDERSTORMS will pummel Britain over the weekend following a tropical blast set to bring 25C temperatures today, the Met Office’s Aidan McGivern has forecast.
today 05:41
Spy poisoning: Salisbury residents warned of toxic 'hotspots'
Toxic "hotspots" of the nerve agent used to poison a former spy and his daughter could still be present around Salisbury, a government scientist says.
today 05:26
Theresa May's Irish border plans 'annihilated' in Brussels
Theresa May's proposals for the Irish border after Brexit were "comprehensively rejected", according to EU diplomatic sources.
today 04:50
BREAKING: Raging fire engulfs London flat as firemen tackle huge flames
EMERGENCY services have rushed to a raging fire at a three-storey block is east London this evening.
today 04:35
South Africa: Ramaphosa leaves Commonwealth summit to deal with protests
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his attendance at the Commonwealth summit in London to deal with violent protests at home.
today 04:23
Commonwealth meeting: Leaders to discuss who will succeed Queen as head
Commonwealth leaders will meet behind closed doors later to discuss whether the Prince of Wales should succeed his mother as head of the 53-nation body.
today 04:23
Magaluf cops in bar crawl CLAMPDOWN – using laws sparked by Brit giving 24 men oral sex
POLICE in Magaluf say they have taken action against the promoters and organisers of an unauthorised British holidaymaker bar crawl.
today 03:32
Classy pianist becomes Instagram star for stunning pics
A CLASSY pianist and former child prodigy has become an online sensation for her stunning Instagram posts.
today 01:26
'No other options' for Commonwealth head?
The Queen's very public plea that the Prince of Wales should succeed her as head of the Commonwealth may have surprised some of the government leaders sitting in the ballroom of Buckingham Palace.
today 01:14
Brexit rebellion: Theresa May faces Commons revolt to stay in EU customs union
THERESA May was last night facing a fresh Commons revolt over Britain's future customs arrangements with the EU after Tory rebels joined with Labour MPs to force a vote. A debate on a parliamentary motion calling for an "effective customs union" is to be held at Westminster next Thursday.
today 00:26
BREAKING: Firefighters race to scene after huge explosion ROCKS Texas City
RESIDENTS have been warned to stay away from a Texas refinery after a massive explosion ripped through the site.
today 00:23
The Libraries Minister’s Local Libraries Could Close. Residents Are Furious - And They're Suing
Under secretary of state caught up in fierce backlash against 'failed' council's plans.
today 00:08
Avengers Infinity War scene makes Black Order look WEAK: Fan backlash 'This SUCKS'
AVENGERS INFINITY WAR fans are furious at a new clip showing The Black Order easily defeated by some of the Avengers. Has Marvel 'nerfed' the children of Thanos?
today 23:23
World's first sex doll brothel SNUBS the US with new venue in RUSSIA – and PUTIN approves
THE world's first sex doll brothel is set to open its second location – snubbing the US and instead setting up in Russia.
today 23:20
Toxic levels of novichok could be present in Salisbury - Govt scientist
Nine locations in Salisbury will be decontaminated after the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, including his home.
today 22:32
Pension news: Prudent OAPs paying off the mortgage instead of splashing out
PRUDENT pensioners are not taking advantage of new pension freedoms to plunder their retirement pots and buy a Lamborghini - they are paying off the mortgage instead, according to new figures.
today 22:20
'Conservationist' fined for bid to sell endangered animal parts including TIGER head
A CONSERVATION biologist has admitted offering parts of endangered animals for sale over the internet. Richard Wales tried to sell a tiger’s head, tiger claws and a leopard claw with adverts on Gumtree and eBay.
today 22:20
The Queen launches charm offensive to make Charles head of Commonwealth
THE Queen has tonight welcomed world leaders to Buckingham Palace as she steps up her charm offensive after calling for Prince Charles to succeed her as head of the Commonwealth.
today 22:20
BBC Weather: UK set for more INTENSE HEAT as forecasters warn Britons to 'stay safe'
BBC WEATHER warned Britons to prepare for another day of "intense heat" as the sun continues to sizzle across the country - with forecasters warning Britons to stay safe from UV radiation.
yesterday 21:17
Russia claims to have CAPTURED cruise missiles from US after strike on Syria
RUSSIA has claimed it has captured two US cruise missiles fired in Donald Trump’s strike on Syria.
yesterday 21:14
World War 3 WARNING: US weapons system that scares Kim receives $200m extra funds
THE UNITED STATES has announced plans to invest an extra $200m on the THAAD missile defence system – a move expected to spark a new wave of World War 3 fears on the eve of historical talks between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
yesterday 20:14
BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Expat war veteran leads charge to block Brexit by killing EU guidelines
A GROUP of 13, led by British war veteran and expat campaigner Harry Shindler, are attempting to have the European Council’s Brexit negotiation guidelines annulled through the European Court of Justice as they fight the UK's European Union divorce.
yesterday 20:14
'A burglar raided my home - but when police arrived they arrested me'

Danny Crawford confronted burglar Michael Carr when he raided his east Hull home last year

A protective father who put a burglar in hospital following a nighttime raid at his family home has spoken of his disbelief when police arrived and arrested him.

Danny Crawford, 38, said his

yesterday 20:02
Tory donor ‘fraud firm’ protected from raids
HMRC refuses French request to investigate Lycamobile
yesterday 19:23
There's a bad smell emanating from the Tory Party

TORIES insist that all donations to their party are “properly and transparently declared to the Electoral Commission … and comply fully with the law.”

They claim there is no cause for concern over HMRC failure to investigate money laundering and tax fraud allegations against their

yesterday 19:23
Daily News
Baby girl suffocated in her sleep after teddy bear fell on top of her

A young mother has revealed the moment she discovered her baby daughter had been suffocated in her sleep by a stuffed toy at the side of her bed. 

Dexy Leigh Walsh found 18-month-old Connie Rose’s body in her bed with the giant teddy on top of her.

Despite desperate efforts to

today 08:59
Abandoned fox cub adopted by orphaned baby badgers at animal sanctuary

An abandoned baby fox and two young orphaned badgers have created their own little family at an animal sanctuary.

Phoebe, the fox cub was found all alone in a cardboard box in Leeds, but Whitby Wildlife Sanctuary, who took her in, didn’t have any foxes to place her with.

They made

today 08:59
Scarlett Moffatt news: Star MORTIFIED as she fails to spot boyfriend on Celebrity Juice
SCARLET MOFFATT was left red-faced on Celebrity Juice last night as she failed to guess her boyfriend Lee Wilkinson from his identical twin brother
today 08:50
Andie MacDowell at 60: Watch her sexiest scenes then and now
ANDIE MACDOWELL is turning 60 and still turning heads. Watch her sexiest scenes and hottest pictures from then and now.
today 08:50
London Marathon: Make sure to eat this food to guarantee race success
LONDON MARATHON 2018 will begin this Sunday. Competitors must run, jog, or power-walk the 26.2 mile route through the Cities of London and Westminster in record heat. Lead Personal Trainer, Rowan Clift, has shared his advice in preparing for the race, including what food to add to your diet. 
today 08:50
Home From Home BBC location: Where is Home From Home filmed? Where is it set?
HOME FROM HOME starring Johnny Vegas is premiering on BBC One tonight. The new comedy takes place in the Lake District but where was it filmed? Here’s everything you need to know.
today 08:50
Hay fever symptoms: Three teas to drink to alleviate itchy eyes and sneezing
HAY FEVER symptoms can be hard to contend with as you go about your day-to-day life. Sneezing, coughing and itchy eyes are just a few of the signs. Tablets and nasal sprays are recommended as treatment by the NHS, but introducing certain teas into your diet could also be the answer.
today 08:50
PS5 release date UPDATE: Has Sony changed next-gen PlayStation 5 plans?
SONY could adopt a very different approach to the release of its next-gen PlayStation.
today 08:50
Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling ‘unlikely to bounce back’ as it plummets AGAIN
THE POUND has fallen against the euro again today following a disappointing week after an 11-month high. UK inflation rates hitting a year-long low have contributed to the exchange rate dropping below 1.140.
today 08:50
The Queen hosts Commonwealth reception at Buckingham Palace in pictures
QUEEN ELIZABETH II hosted a dinner at Buckingham Palace last night during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London - see all the pics.
today 08:50
UK Driving licence WARNING - Why failing to do this could land you £1,000 fine
ONE thing motorists must display correctly on their driving licence is the address information, in addition to this the DVLA needs to be informed about any changes. Failure to do so could land you £1,000, this is why.
today 08:50
Anthony Joshua SLAMS London gang war and reveals youths need ‘strength in numbers’
ANTHONY JOSHUA has slammed London gangs over the recent increase in reported knife attacks in the capital.
today 08:47
The weather in Hull as 'pollen bomb' hits East Yorkshire

A 'pollen bomb' warning has been issued by the Met Office

Hull is set for another hot and sunny day today as a “pollen bomb” warning is issued to hay fever sufferers.

Temperatures are expected to reach highs of 19 degrees Celsius this afternoon, as the Met Office release a

today 08:38
Barclays boss Jes Staley faces penalty for 'conduct breach'
Barclays boss Jes Staley is facing a fine by UK regulators for breaching rules when he tried to identify a whistleblower at the bank.
today 08:35
Salisbury Nerve Agent Could Still Be At ‘Toxic’ Levels In Places, Residents Told
'Some of the hot spots we've still got to find.'
today 08:32
Half of drivers think it’s okay to break speed limit

Half of drivers (50 per cent) think it is acceptable to break speed limits, new research suggests.

The average speed at which motorists feel it is reasonable to drive above the legal limits includes 26mph in a 20mph zone and 79mph on a motorway, a poll of more than 2,000 UK adults

today 07:56
Woman who bled to death after late-stage abortion was discharged despite vomiting

A woman who died following a late-stage abortion procedure was discharged from the clinic despite vomiting and swaying so much she looked ‘drunk’, an inquest has heard.

Aisha Chithira, 31, travelled to England from Ireland to have a termination at a Marie Stopes clinic in Ealing, west

today 07:56
Web-cam girl Chelsey Harwood found guilty of illegal teeth whitening

A former reality TV star has been found guilty of carrying out illegal teeth whitening after a sting operation.

Chelsey Harwood, 30, who was jailed last year for fraudulently claiming £25,000 in benefits, offered cut-price treatments on Facebook and Instagram.

The 30-year-old

today 07:56
Latest news from Great Britain
today 08:59 Abandoned fox cub adopted by orphaned baby badgers at animal sanctuary
today 08:59 Baby girl suffocated in her sleep after teddy bear fell on top of her
today 08:50 PS5 release date UPDATE: Has Sony changed next-gen PlayStation 5 plans?
today 08:50 Andie MacDowell at 60: Watch her sexiest scenes then and now
today 08:50 Pound to euro exchange rate: Sterling ‘unlikely to bounce back’ as it plummets AGAIN
today 08:50 Scarlett Moffatt news: Star MORTIFIED as she fails to spot boyfriend on Celebrity Juice
today 08:50 Hay fever symptoms: Three teas to drink to alleviate itchy eyes and sneezing
today 08:50 Home From Home BBC location: Where is Home From Home filmed? Where is it set?
today 08:50 London Marathon: Make sure to eat this food to guarantee race success
today 08:50 UK Driving licence WARNING - Why failing to do this could land you £1,000 fine
today 08:50 The Queen hosts Commonwealth reception at Buckingham Palace in pictures
today 08:50 Bomb found in Berlin - city centre evacuated
today 08:50 Brexit CRISIS: Ireland and EU reject EVERY Irish border proposal - 'NONE of them work!'
today 08:47 Anthony Joshua SLAMS London gang war and reveals youths need ‘strength in numbers’
today 08:38 Macron and Merkel pledge euro reform
today 08:38 The weather in Hull as 'pollen bomb' hits East Yorkshire
today 08:35 Will post-Brexit Britain overcome or fall further upon Enoch Powell’s troubling legacy?
today 08:35 Barclays boss Jes Staley faces penalty for 'conduct breach'
today 08:32 Salisbury Nerve Agent Could Still Be At ‘Toxic’ Levels In Places, Residents Told
today 07:56 Huge array of 250,000 toy soldiers found when former owner died
today 07:56 Today’s going to be another scorcher with 28°C sunshine
today 07:56 Woman followed into lift and stabbed ‘by man waiting for victim’ in Hoxton
today 07:56 Web-cam girl Chelsey Harwood found guilty of illegal teeth whitening
today 07:56 Woman who bled to death after late-stage abortion was discharged despite vomiting
today 07:56 Half of drivers think it’s okay to break speed limit
today 07:48 Fortnite update patch notes: FREE Battle Stars, 50-v-50, light machine gun
today 07:48 Royal Butler reveals why Meghan and Harry hold hands but Kate Middleton and William don’t
today 07:48 Kate Garraway forced to apologise after spitting live on Good Morning Britain
today 07:44 World's first sex doll brothel SNUBS the US with new venue in RUSSIA – and PUTIN approves
today 07:44 Masterminds behind sick Thai sex ring that offered schoolgirls as ‘dessert’ jailed
today 07:44 BREAKING: Woman stabbed in lifts at apartment block as London crime epidemic continues
today 07:35 Hull Live breaking news, traffic and travel from Hull and East Yorkshire on April 20
today 07:35 Hull City news LIVE - Nigel Adkins holds press conference ahead of trip to Bristol City
today 07:35 Award-winning Goodmanham Arms told to clean up its act over food hygiene
today 07:32 Plastic waste: What are the alternatives?
today 07:32 Cornelly United's 'shock' as car hits people at football ground
today 06:53 One dead after fire at London flats for adults with learning difficulties
today 06:53 Instagram star’s not so glamorous life as she leaves flat owing £5,000 in rent
today 06:53 Grooming gang jailed and banned from Snapchat for sexual activity with girls
today 06:44 BBC weather forecast: Temperatures to PLUMMET across the UK after hottest April in 70 yrs
today 06:44 SHOCKING! Cost of Brexit divorce bill to EU could RISE warns National Audit Office
today 06:44 Prince Charles fate to be decided TODAY as Commonwealth leaders decide WHO will lead
today 06:44 ‘File the divorce papers and LEAVE’ Liz Truss skewers a ‘CRUMBLING’ Labour Party on BBC QT
today 06:44 DELUSIONAL! Emily Thornberry makes outrageous claim Labour will WIN next General Election
today 06:41 Classy pianist becomes Instagram star for stunning pics
today 06:41 Wrestling star wanted by cops for ‘throwing coffee in WWE legend’s FACE’
today 06:41 'She looks like a corpse' Mum of Brit jailed in Egypt speaks out
today 06:41 Teen 15, died after taking ‘Netflix and Chill’ ecstasy tablets before party with pals
today 06:32 Free-scoring Hull City on track to reach prolific new heights as Championship season draws to a close
today 06:32 Free-scoring Hull City on track to reach prolific new heights as Championship season draws to a close
Editorials
Will post-Brexit Britain overcome or fall further upon Enoch Powell’s troubling legacy?
It is 50 years since his notorious “rivers of blood” speech. Yet, in the intervening decades, Powell’s ideas have entered the political mainstream to take revenge on a complacent establishment.
today 08:35
Theresa May is sick and tired of government ministers blaming others when something goes wrong
“We have departments that deny the truth and have to have it dragged out of them.”
yesterday 17:53
Review: “Self-Portrait as Hairless Dog”, Alex Jones, 2018
Jones’s burners are off, but his face shows no fear: here is a creature that would luxuriate in hellfire as if it were as pleasurable as a hot shower.
yesterday 17:53
Alex Jones spread lies about the Sandy Hook massacre – grieving parents may see he pays for it
A lawsuit filed by parents of those killed in the 2012 massacre means the Infowars host might finally have to face the consequences of his actions.
yesterday 17:53
Why Radio 4’s Martha Kearney is the best presenter on the BBC
In Kearney, the BBC has (for once) identified the right star.
yesterday 17:53
The baffling sex appeal of cult leader Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh in Netflix’s Wild Wild Country
The six-part film cannot effectively explain his appeal for the 30,000 people who joined his communes during the 1980s.
yesterday 16:50
The secrets of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola’s success
Guardiola is a philosopher, at least as football understands the term. 
yesterday 16:50
Life as a white hat: My day with an ethical hacker 

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The world of hackers is no longer solely inhabited by malicious cyber pirates, but also by individuals who use their technological skills to increase collective security and protect the online community. They are called white hats, Internet slang for ethical hackers. To see what they

yesterday 16:05
The best performer of her generation, Beyoncé surpassed even herself at Coachella
She has raised the bar of pop music so high that her musical contemporaries can only crane their necks and gawk, open-mouthed, at her towering talent.
yesterday 15:47
The Queen’s commitment to tackling climate change is both endearing and sad
Brexiteers like the idea of Commonwealth forests, but ignore the international co-ordination needed to make environmental action happen. 
yesterday 15:47
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