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Judge slams former Miss UK exposed as holiday bug cheat

Shamed: Rochelle Noon winning her beauty queen title in 2011 As a former Miss United Kingdom, Rachelle Noon is well used to revelling in the spotlight. But last... read more

Harry has won over Meghan’s mum but what about her father

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle He is the man who, if the speculation proves true, should be preparing to take centre-stage at the wedding of Prince Harry and Me... read more

How to lose a stone with thirty minutes of exercise

Many of us would like to shed a little weight before the Christmas party season begins but dread the thought of spending countless hours in the gym or pounding ... read more

Holiday giants charge adult prices for 12-year-olds 

Cash-strapped parents are being forced to pay adult prices for children at many of Britain’s most popular attractions, a Mail on Sunday investigation has reve... read more

US advisers tell anti-ISIS rebels to kill foreign fighters

Foreign Isis fighters fleeing the group’s fallen stronghold of Raqqa must be killed on the battlefield, according to a senior US adviser. Brett McGurk, a ... read more

How Faye Dunaway helped to save Jagger from drug binge

Rolling Stones singer Sir Mick Jagger came close to death from a drugs overdose at the height of the band’s success, a new book reveals. Jagger ‘turned blue... read more

Advice to patients to fast before surgery may be scrapped

For patients facing surgery, strict advice to fast on the day of having a general anaesthetic can be an added discomfort in an already stressful situation. But ... read more

New lung cancer cure fixes patients in just four days

Lung cancer sufferers could be cured thanks to an advanced technique to remove tumours via a matchstick-sized incision in the side of the chest. The new procedu... read more

Producer tells story that inspired his new movie Breathe

Travelling with my father, Robin Cavendish, was not straightforward. He had contracted polio in 1958, just before I was born, and was completely paralysed from ... read more

Hotline to report police sex abuse

Allegations must be referred to Independent Police Complaints Commission HM Inspectorate of Constabulary warned earlier this month that forces are not doing eno... read more

Olly Smith on why you should drink Canadian wines

By Olly Smith Event for The Mail on Sunday Published: 22:05 BST, 21 October 2017 | Updated: 22:06 BST, 21 October 2017 From Mounties to maple syrup, Canada exud... read more

DEBORAH ROSS: If Billy from Kes did BBC nature series…

Chris Packham: Asperger’s And Me Tuesday, BBC2  Rating: George Michael: Freedom Monday, Channel 4 Rating: Awhile ago I described naturalist Chris Packham’s... read more

These foods are far riskier than you thought

Soft boiled eggs, souffles and proper tiramisu are back on the menu for everyone – after official 30-year-old UK advice that pregnant women, the elderly and y... read more

Tom Parker Bowles dines at Whatley Manor in Malmesbury

Whatley Manor Easton Grey, Malmesbury SN16 0RB Rating: The British country house hotel. Five words that, not so long ago, would fill even the most forgiving sou... read more

Chris Evans takes a liking to the new Seat Ibiza FR

Seat Ibiza FR Rating: I have been surrounded by a wave of car crushes this week (as opposed to a wave of car crushers, which I have never been surrounded by). L... read more

Rob Waugh on the new Fitbit Ionic smartwatch

By Rob Waugh Event for The Mail on Sunday Published: 22:05 BST, 21 October 2017 | Updated: 22:05 BST, 21 October 2017 Fitbit Ionic £299.99  I pity previous ge... read more

Inside the head of… David Jason

David Jason, 77, is best known for his role in the sitcom ‘Only Fools And Horses’ as Del Boy, as Jack Frost in the detective series ‘A Touch Of Frost’ a... read more

Hall and Oates headlining in Britain? We can go for that

‘I once had a huge argument with Madonna,’ says John Oates, 69, gazing out of his bedroom window in Nashville. ‘This was in New York City in the early... read more

What the devil’s got into Jenny Seagrove?

After a series of mystery mishaps, Jenny Seagrove, the star of a stage version of the cult horror The Exorcist, tells Event she now carries a charm to ward off ... read more

A sneak peak behind the scenes of TV’s smartest quiz, QI 

How did a bunch of Essex builders inspire the cleverest show on television? And why did John Lloyd, the creator of QI, come close to shutting the whole thing do... read more

Christian fired in gay adoption row loses job battle

Richard Page sued Jeremy Hunt after he was suspended from his job An employment tribunal has now ruled that his suspension was justified Mr Page said he was ‘... read more

How Mick Jagger waged war on Rolling Stone magazine

In 1967, the first issue of a new entertainment paper rolled off the presses. Founded and edited by 21-year-old Jann Wenner, the San Francisco-based ‘Rolling ... read more

Julie Walters: My life? It’s been educational!

Julie Walters is rather enjoying being a Dame. Not because it makes her feel socially superior. Nor because, after 45 years at the top of her business, she beli... read more

Engagement fever mounts at the Palace

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Prince Harry’s aides have been told to start planning for a Royal Wedding, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Senior members of the... read more