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Officials claim North Korea has test fired TWO ballistic missiles over the Sea of Japan

Officials claim North Korea has test fired TWO ballistic missiles over the Sea of Japan

The Coast Guard says the short-range projectiles did not reach Japanese waters or the Exclusive Economic Zone.

Jeffrey Epstein 'led a campaign of intimidation against journalists'

Jeffrey Epstein 'led a campaign of intimidation against journalists'

Graydon Carter made the discovery when a reporter for the magazine began investigating Epstein after authorities compiled accusations against the disgraced financier in Palm Beach, Florida.

Former Page 3 LINDA LUSARDI reveals her devastation at losing her father to dementia

Former Page 3 LINDA LUSARDI reveals her devastation at losing her father to dementia

Linda Lusardi's much-loved father, Nello, suffered with Alzheimer's at age 82. She said that the change in her father broke her heart and thinking about it still reduces her to tears.

Ghislaine Maxwell made secret visits to Buckingham Palace to see Prince Andrew

Ghislaine Maxwell made secret visits to Buckingham Palace to see Prince Andrew

Paul Page, who served in the Royal Protection Command from 1998 until 2004, alleged that Ghislaine Maxwell made several secret trips to the palace to meet with the Duke of York.

Londoners mock Taylor Swift's new song London Boy

Londoners mock Taylor Swift's new song London Boy

Taylor Swift has been mocked relentless by Brits over the lyrics to her song London Boy, off new album Lover, which apparently reveals her rose-tinted view of the city.

Ukrainian billionaire's £150m superyacht is seen off Devon coast - joined by helicopter 

Ukrainian billionaire's £150m superyacht is seen off Devon coast - joined by helicopter 

Yuriy Kosiuk, 51, was reportedly on board the 285ft cruiser known as ACE as it sailed passed the south coast. The yacht can accommodate 12 guests and has a sauna, spa and pool.

Minute-by-minute account of Lord Mountbatten's murder 40 years after he was killed by cowards 

Minute-by-minute account of Lord Mountbatten's murder 40 years after he was killed by cowards 

Lord Mountbatten was on holiday on the west coast of Ireland when he died. He was on board his converted fishing boat with his family in 1979 when the attack happened.

Privately educated woman, 23, reveals how she has more than 30 tattoos to her father's dismay

Privately educated woman, 23, reveals how she has more than 30 tattoos to her father's dismay

Hetti Harper, 23, has lost count of the number of tattoos she has. Her father David Harper, 52, presenter of TV's Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip, hoped each tattoo she got would be the last.

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Lady Pamela Hicks reveals guest died after lunch at her family's stately home 

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Lady Pamela Hicks reveals guest died after lunch at her family's stately home 

RICHARD EDEN: When a Downton Abbey episode featured a Turkish diplomat dying while in bed with Lady Mary, viewers scarcely believed that his body could be simply whisked away.

Boris Johnson to warn Donald Trump that NHS and animal welfare standards are off the table

Boris Johnson to warn Donald Trump that NHS and animal welfare standards are off the table

Boris Johnson will tell the US President they need to strike the 'right deal' as they have breakfast on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Biarritz, France.

Boris Johnson tells migrants 'we will send you back' if they cross the Channel

Boris Johnson tells migrants 'we will send you back' if they cross the Channel

The Prime Minister warned migrants they would be 'sent back' if they crossed. Mr Johnson warned the UK should not be regarded as a place to arrive illegally.

Fitness instructor tells Sir Philip Green to face her in US court over groping claims

Fitness instructor tells Sir Philip Green to face her in US court over groping claims

Charged with four counts of assault, Sir Philip is accused of 'repeatedly fondling' the bottom of Katie Surridge, 38, and making sexual comments towards her even after being told to stop.

Ring of steel: Biarritz is on lockdown ahead of G7 summit 

Ring of steel: Biarritz is on lockdown ahead of G7 summit 

Leaders of the Group of Seven countries arrive on Saturday to discuss issues including the struggling global economy and climate change in Biarritz. French authorities were seen tightening security.

Google BANS employees from 'disrupting the workday to have a raging debate over politics'

Google BANS employees from 'disrupting the workday to have a raging debate over politics'

Stung by a slew of recent controversies,Google published new employee guidelines Friday appearing to attempt to rein in their freewheeling staff to stop them 'disrupting the workday'.

How social media is fuelling a deadly conspiracy: More modern parents are shunning the MMR jab

How social media is fuelling a deadly conspiracy: More modern parents are shunning the MMR jab

The World Health Organisation decided to revoke Britain's status as measles-free. Last year there were 966 cases which was almost four times as many as in 2017.

Mother, 40, uses flamethrower on an overgrown plant... but slips and scorches her neighbour's house

Mother, 40, uses flamethrower on an overgrown plant... but slips and scorches her neighbour's house

Dina Whitehouse, 40, was fined £1,000 for damage caused in the incident last July. Whitehouse, of Dursley, Gloucestershire, was initially charged with arson and endangering life.

Women are being forced to seek menopause treatment abroad after HRT patches run out on High Street

Women are being forced to seek menopause treatment abroad after HRT patches run out on High Street

Shortages have been going on for months but reached 'crisis point' this week as most Evorel patches - the UK market leader - disappeared from the shelves.

Five-figure rise for charity bosses on vast wages as executive paid £300,000 receives £134,000 boost

Five-figure rise for charity bosses on vast wages as executive paid £300,000 receives £134,000 boost

Many charity executives earn significantly more than the Prime Minister's salary of £150,000. At least ten well-known charities handed their highest earners pay increases of thousands.

Canadian single dad faces human rights complaint for asking about babysitter's gender

Canadian single dad faces human rights complaint for asking about babysitter's gender

The father-of-two, identified only as 'Todd F.', is being investigated by the Alberta Human Rights Commission after a complaint was filed against him in 2017 by the sitter, James Crynowski.

University cuts ties to steam train pioneer donor over slave trade links

University cuts ties to steam train pioneer donor over slave trade links

A major British university has condemned steam train pioneer James Watt among other donors for their links to slave trade.

Gold-clad Spanish bullfighter gored in the groin during Basque culture celebration 

Gold-clad Spanish bullfighter gored in the groin during Basque culture celebration 

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Paco Urena was pictured tussling with the animal as part of the Semana Grande fair in Bilbao, Basque Country, northern Spain yesterday.

Blistering Britain set for a £2billion bank holiday boost as 8.6million people plan a staycation 

Blistering Britain set for a £2billion bank holiday boost as 8.6million people plan a staycation 

The figures, from tourist body Visit England, are the highest since research began in its current form in 2012. The number of trips has increased by 66 per cent in four years, with 5.1m staycations in 2015.

Jair Bolsonaro is forced into action over Amazon wildfire by global outrage

Jair Bolsonaro is forced into action over Amazon wildfire by global outrage

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro did not say when the armed forces would get involved, but said 'that's the plan' and suggested that action could be imminent.

Energy customer, 67, wins £6,000 after an eight-year battle with British Gas, Npower and SSE

Energy customer, 67, wins £6,000 after an eight-year battle with British Gas, Npower and SSE

Barry Payling, 67, (pictured) forced the big energy companies to pay for poor customer service. The photographer said the power giants often fail to defend cases if taken to a small claims court.

Art dealer's son whose grandfather was 'king of commodities' killed himself after split from model

Art dealer's son whose grandfather was 'king of commodities' killed himself after split from model

Kai Schachter-Rich, 21, was dating 20-year-old Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart, daughter of the 7th Marquess of Bute before she sent him a text message, ending their relationship.

British ambassador who called Donald Trump 'inept' leaves the US after the row 

British ambassador who called Donald Trump 'inept' leaves the US after the row 

British ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch has left Washington this week following the row over leaked memos where he criticised Donald Trump, a UK official has revealed.

How major rail routes in Britain can take even longer than driving

How major rail routes in Britain can take even longer than driving

Analysis of typical journey times shows it is often faster or almost as quick to drive than to take the train between Manchester and Leeds, Sheffield and Leeds, Hull and Leeds and Newcastle and Leeds.

The Queen's August horribilis: Not since the 90s has the monarch seen her family tarnished so badly

The Queen's August horribilis: Not since the 90s has the monarch seen her family tarnished so badly

PENNY JUNOR: The Queen must have a sickening feeling of deja vu as she sits at Balmoral this summer and watches the good name of her family, yet again, being dragged through the mud.

Corbyn's NHS: The 'National HEMP Service' shop run by Jeremy's son selling products made of cannabis

Corbyn's NHS: The 'National HEMP Service' shop run by Jeremy's son selling products made of cannabis

Tommy Corbyn, 26, and his girlfriend Chloe Kerslake-Smith, 24, will run the business in Jeremy Corbyn's constituency in London. The pair say the drug is 'part of the solution' to post-Brexit trade.

Council staff give children in seaside towns lessons on how to avoid getting 'mugged' by seagulls

Council staff give children in seaside towns lessons on how to avoid getting 'mugged' by seagulls

Council staff in Scarborough and Whitby, North Yorkshire, are being sent into schools in a bid to 'improve the relationship between humans and gulls'.

Blood test could diagnose concussion by picking up proteins released by dying brain cells 

Blood test could diagnose concussion by picking up proteins released by dying brain cells 

Currently brain injuries like concussion are diagnosed using CT scans which do not work well and only pick up bleeds in the brain.The new way of testing would allow people access to proper treatment sooner.

How this year's Great British Bake Off contestants are real showstoppers

How this year's Great British Bake Off contestants are real showstoppers

ALISON BOSHOFF: The 13 bakers, most of them young, appear to be extremely accomplished, not to say borderline professional.

Astonishing story of the Iranian canoeing champ and his friend who paddled to Dover on an inflatable

Astonishing story of the Iranian canoeing champ and his friend who paddled to Dover on an inflatable

Hadi Hossein Nejad, 28, and Masoud Mohammadifar, 39, succeeded in making the 21-mile journey to the Kent coast.They paddled across the shipping lane at night two weeks ago.

Emmerdale's Leah Bracknell reveals she hopes for an 'impossible miracle' in terminal cancer battle

Emmerdale's Leah Bracknell reveals she hopes for an 'impossible miracle' in terminal cancer battle

Speaking to The Mirror on Friday, the 55-year-old actress admitted that she remained hopeful after defying the odds when she was told she had just eight months to live.

Jeffrey Epstein's Spotify playlist is 'discovered'

Jeffrey Epstein's Spotify playlist is 'discovered'

The disgraced financier, who hanged himself in his prison cell earlier this month, appears to have had 19 Spotify playlists, including ones titled 'Paris Flight' and 'Paris Return' featuring rock and jazz.

DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Hip operation rationing is so cruel, it makes people like my gran suicidal 

DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Hip operation rationing is so cruel, it makes people like my gran suicidal 

Researchers assessed 2,000 people on waiting lists and found that about 20 per cent reported being in extreme pain. And, as I saw with my gran, this can have a massive impact on their mental health.

Oxford student shares expectation versus reality of university accommodation

Oxford student shares expectation versus reality of university accommodation

An Oxford student left Twitter in stitches with a hilarious post capturing the less-than-glamorous reality of university life. Her 'expectation vs reality' post has racked up thousands of 'likes'.

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Meghan to make emotional 'pilgrimage' to Princess Diana's burial place 

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Meghan to make emotional 'pilgrimage' to Princess Diana's burial place 

RICHARD EDEN: Prince Harry has spoken wistfully of how he would have loved his wife, Meghan, to have met his mother, the late Diana Princess of Wales.

PETER OBORNE: Jeremy Corbyn is spineless, tepid and destined to be damned by history

PETER OBORNE: Jeremy Corbyn is spineless, tepid and destined to be damned by history

PETER OBORNE: Jeremy Corbyn has been a disappointment. This is not because he's too radical and Left-wing. It's because he has shown no leadership whatsoever.

Greggs reveals plans for vegan versions of ALL its best-sellers

Greggs reveals plans for vegan versions of ALL its best-sellers

Greggs chief executive revealed the UK bakery chain will launch a vegan version of each of its best-selling products on LBC this morning, following the success of the vegan sausage roll.

Tory Remainers 'will delay attempts to stop No Deal' to give Boris Johnson time to scrap backstop

Tory Remainers 'will delay attempts to stop No Deal' to give Boris Johnson time to scrap backstop

Tory Remainer rebels are set to delay their attempts to stop No Deal until Angela Merkel's 30-day window to scrap the backstop has expired as Boris Johnson was given a Brexit reprieve.

AMANDA PLATELL on Rod Stewart's debt to four very wise women

AMANDA PLATELL on Rod Stewart's debt to four very wise women

AMANDA PLATELL: What could be more symbolic of the Do Ya Think I'm Sexy rocker's colourful life than a photo of him alongside four of the five women with whom he has fathered eight children.

Prince Andrew 'has had more than 1,000 lovers' but would never sleep with teenagers, friends claim

Prince Andrew 'has had more than 1,000 lovers' but would never sleep with teenagers, friends claim

Prince Andrew is facing claims that he has had more than 1,000 lovers in more lurid allegations following the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein.

British Airways starts cancelling flights within HOURS of pilots' union announcing they will strike

British Airways starts cancelling flights within HOURS of pilots' union announcing they will strike

BA has started writing to passengers warning them their flights will be cancelled. The airline apologised for inconvenience and blamed the union for cancellations.

Our best days are NOT behind us, Boris Johnson tells G7...

Our best days are NOT behind us, Boris Johnson tells G7...

The Prime Minister will use the G7 summit in Biarritz to heap pressure on the EU chief Donald Tusk to re-open Brexit talks on the Irish backstop.

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Kiss seals Lady Kitty Spencer's romance with fashion tycoon 32 years her senior 

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Kiss seals Lady Kitty Spencer's romance with fashion tycoon 32 years her senior 

RICHARD EDEN: Lady Kitty Spencer has raised eyebrows among her social set through her romance with Michael Lewis, a fashion tycoon 32 years her senior.

Controversial anti-radicalisation scheme Prevent could be scrapped

Controversial anti-radicalisation scheme Prevent could be scrapped

The Prevent scheme seeks to prevent radicalisation but has been called 'toxic'. Former Lib Dem MP Lord Carlile is to lead a year-long of the programme.

NHS car park sharks prey on cancer patients despite being told to stop charging them FIVE YEARS ago

NHS car park sharks prey on cancer patients despite being told to stop charging them FIVE YEARS ago

Anyone who fails to buy the correct ticket faces being targeted by an aggressive parking enforcement firm - hired by many hospitals - and forced to pay fines that can run to £100.

PC Andrew Harper's devastated family pay tribute to him

PC Andrew Harper's devastated family pay tribute to him

PC Harper, 28, lost his life while investigating a reported burglary near Sulhamstead on the A4 in Berkshire last week. At 11am, Thames Valley Police will hold a minute's silence

Major banks extend their phone lines until midnight for last-minute dash for PPI compensation 

Major banks extend their phone lines until midnight for last-minute dash for PPI compensation 

All but one of the UK's big six high street banks pledged to draft in staff to man the phones on the PPI deadline day. The PPI scandal is set to cost banking industry £44bn in compensation.

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