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Police first arrested Parsons Green bomber two weeks ago

The 18-year-old being held by police on suspicion of planting a bomb on the London underground was arrested two weeks ago at the exact same tube station where t... read more

Chancellor ‘set to slash tuition fees by £5,000’

The government could cap fees at £7,500, down from the current level of £9,250 The government is under pressure to ease the huge burden of student finances  ... read more

Mum paid 25p an hour to make school uniforms for Brits

Mothers making bargain-basement British school uniforms in sweltering factories are being paid just 25p an hour, a Mail on Sunday investigation has found. The ... read more

Joan Collins’ artist son’s £30,000 painting sold for £40

The mysterious disappearance of a £30,000 oil painting by the artist son of Joan Collins has taken another strange twist – after it turned up in a car boot s... read more

Leisel Jones opens up about proposal to Damon Martin

She’s the four-time Olympic swimming champion who announced her engagement to businessman Damon Martin earlier in the week. And after a whirlwind proposal... read more

Trump ‘WILL pull out of Paris climate change agreement’

Donald Trump is still planning to pull out of the Paris climate change agreement unless the UN can offer ‘better terms,’ despite claims to the contr... read more

Tori Spelling stands out in orange dress

Tori Spelling stood out in her bright one-shoulder dress when hitting the West Hollywood premiere of The Lego Ninjago Movie on Saturday. The Beverly Hills, 902... read more

Inside the Florida nursing home where eight people died

A new video shows the nightmarish conditions of a nursing home where eight residents died in the days after Hurricane Irma killed the facility’s air condi... read more

PETER HITCHENS: Lets do a show about sex-mad cops

Oh no, it’s yet another seaside police drama featuring yet another alleged rape, crisis centre, evidence bags, DNA swabs, a noble, weeping supposed victim, a ... read more

Two people rushed to hospital after car crash in Melbourne

A 40-year-old Melbourne man crashed his car into another on Sunday morning The Mazda driver lost control of his vehicle, hitting and mounting a Holden The accid... read more

Billy Joe Saunders sees off Willie Monroe Jr for WBO title

Billy Joe Saunders has successfully defended the WBO World Middleweight title belts against Willie Monroe Jr on a points decision.  A fight that was edged by t... read more

Jada Pinkett Smith ‘is a Scientologist,’ says Leah Remini

Leah Remini – best known for her starring role alongside Kevin James on sitcom The King of Queens – says that Jada Pinkett Smith is still a paid-up ... read more

America will rule at rugby sevens if it can be introduced

Rugby is never likely to be bigger than NFL in the United States  If USA introduce rugby sevens to its sporting curriculum they’ll be world beaters High ... read more

‘British diplomats are plotting to help Syrian president’

The shock move comes only months after Assad’s most recent chemical attacks It follows Boris Johnson’s declaration that the Syrian leader is an ‘arch terr... read more

Axle Whitehead ‘ran out of money’ in Hollywood

By Hannah Paine For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:05 BST, 17 September 2017 | Updated: 01:04 BST, 17 September 2017 He’s one of Australia’s mos... read more

LIZ JONES: OK chaps, here’s why we lose interest in you

I have just had my boyfriend to stay for the weekend, in celebration of my birthday. You can imagine what he wanted as a present. We hadn’t managed it the pre... read more

Prince Charles usurping the Queen? No way, say aides 

Reports that the Prince of Wales is trying to usurp the Queen or demand a more prominent role for himself in Royal affairs were categorically denied last night ... read more

Quickfire: ROBERT BATHURST on birdsong and bread queues

By John Koski Published: 01:04 BST, 17 September 2017 | Updated: 01:04 BST, 17 September 2017   ‘Meeting Alan Bates at the beginning of my career I could... read more

HOROSCOPES: Do the right thing in the right way

By Sally Brompton for The Mail on Sunday Published: 01:04 BST, 17 September 2017 | Updated: 01:04 BST, 17 September 2017 Virgo 24 AUG-23 SEPT You have so many g... read more

Eating well doesn’t mean no cake

Danish aristocrat and reality TV star CAROLINE FLEMING has put her foodie heritage to good use in her new cookbook. She tells Charlotte Pearson Methven how her ... read more

Picture special: beauty without borders | Daily Mail Online

Photographer Mihaela on the back of a motorbike during her travels in Asia It was a trip to Ethiopia in 2013 that inspired Mihaela Noroc’s Atlas of Beauty pro... read more

Why do some women have it…and then throw it all away?

Theresa May’s disastrous election gamble is just one high-profile example of a woman giving everything to reach the top, only to embark on a self-sabotaging c... read more

LIZ JONES’S DIARY: we row about the mini-break bill

By Liz Jones Diary for The Mail on Sunday Published: 01:03 BST, 17 September 2017 | Updated: 01:03 BST, 17 September 2017 It was all going so well. We set off f... read more

Designer Tricia Guild gets playful with paint palettes

By Tricia Guild Published: 01:03 BST, 17 September 2017 | Updated: 01:03 BST, 17 September 2017 Blossom goes bold   During the cherry-blossom season – or sa... read more