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Jesinta Campbell’s Cadbury ambassador role ends

She was controversially named as the face of Cadbury Dark Milk chocolate in late April. But Jesinta Franklin (nee Campbell) is reportedly a chocoholic no more a... read more

Therapy could offer new hope for MS patients

One of the first patients to benefit, former pilot Sarah Brown, has revealed how the therapy has transformed her health For patients with the incurable nerve co... read more

Police plan to use drones in hunt for suspects

A fleet of high-tech drones could be used to provide emergency assistance to police, fire brigades, the NHS and Border Force officials under a radical new plan,... read more

Parsons Green suspect stopped as he ‘tries to flee’

A teenager arrested over the Parsons Green terror attack may have been an asylum seeker who was given a home by a foster couple, it emerged last night. Police r... read more

Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne and Naomi Campbell attend LFW

They’re iconic 90s supermodels who have maintained a firm friendship despite having somewhat of a professional rivalry.  So Kate Moss, 43, and Naomi Camp... read more

Princess Margaret: Life on island ‘like an Ibiza party’

By turns insightful and uproarious, Craig Brown’s brilliant new book on Princess Margaret is a masterpiece. Last week he recalled the sheer, jaw- dropping rud... read more

Tunisians march against contested corruption amnesty

By Reuters Published: 23:40 BST, 16 September 2017 | Updated: 23:40 BST, 16 September 2017 TUNIS, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Hundreds of Tunisians protested on S... read more

Watford 0-6 Manchester City: Aguero helps City beat hosts

Sergio Aguero proved he is as undroppable as Manchester City are unstoppable right now. The striker scored three of City’s six goals as they crushed Watfo... read more

Boy tells how he was buried under bodies at Parsons Green

The schoolboy trampled in the stampede after the Parsons Green terror attack last night spoke of his terrifying ordeal. Alex Ojeda-Sierra, 13, stumbled and fell... read more

Grandparents falsely fined £100 for parking at McDonald’s

Cathryn and Gareth Bartley, from Solihull, overturned a fine they were falsely given for ‘overstaying’ at McDonald’s A bungling parking firm t... read more

Tallia Storm flashes her cleavage in racy bra at LFW

She has been a firm fixture at the shows during London Fashion Week. And Tallia Storm was up to her party-hopping tricks again on Saturday, as she attended Jasp... read more

Blood seeps onto the road from a Louisiana funeral home

Blood and  formaldehyde seeped into the street in Baton Rouge, Louisiana  The stream came from a storage tank than holds excess embalming fluids and lasted f... read more

Cricket stand collapses during Twenty20 game in Durham

By Scott Campbell For Mailonline Published: 22:58 BST, 16 September 2017 | Updated: 23:13 BST, 16 September 2017 A cricket stand has collapsed during an England... read more

Jennifer Lawrence’s new chiller Mother! gets rare F grade

It’s played at a number of high-profile film festivals – including Venice, Toronto and Spain’s San Sebastian – bemusing critics who gave... read more

40 minute laser blast that ends years of leg ulcer pain

Thousands of people are ‘needlessly’ suffering with non-healing leg ulcers because doctors are failing to offer a simple operation that can offer a cure. Th... read more

Why we must not name men accused of sex assault

ITV drama Liar diving opinion as viewers try to work out who is telling the truth Former judge said it proves why men accused of rape should be given anonymity ... read more

The new Apple X is basically a Samsung phone

By Rob Waugh Event for The Mail on Sunday Published: 23:01 BST, 16 September 2017 | Updated: 23:01 BST, 16 September 2017 Apple iPhone X From £999, apple.com/u... read more

Jeff Bridges’s ‘confession’ about his biggest ever role…

Jeff Bridges is relaxing in his hotel room, overlooking the beach in Santa Monica and talking in the familiar and endearingly mellow tones that he used to great... read more

Cat Deeley roars back onto British screens

How did the Brummie blonde who was once Ant and Dec’s kids’ TV co-star make it as America’s hottest talent show host? And why is returning home making her... read more

Jack Dee goes country in a hilarious new sitcom

By Emma Cox For Event Published: 23:01 BST, 16 September 2017 | Updated: 23:01 BST, 16 September 2017 It should have been idyllic – moving from the crowded, n... read more

Jodi Balfour plays Jackie Kennedy in the The Crown

At the heart of the spectacular new series of The Crown lies a visit from Jackie Kennedy that sent the Queen into a jealous fury with her husband. And as Rellik... read more

This season’s TV is sure to hit the mark

Comedy W1A John Morton’s satirical broadside across the bows of the mother ship BBC returns for a third series in hysterical form. Hugh Bonneville’s Head of... read more

Inside the head of… Gary Numan

Synth-pop star Gary Numan, 59, is known for the hits ‘Are “Friends” Electric’ and ‘Cars’ in the late Seventies and early Eighties. He now lives in L... read more

It’s still possible to get a decent wine for under a fiver

By Olly Smith Event for The Mail on Sunday Published: 23:01 BST, 16 September 2017 | Updated: 23:01 BST, 16 September 2017 It’s not just Britain’s waists th... read more