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X Factor: The Band: Real Like You crowned the WINNERS as they beat Unwritten Rule in the final

X Factor: The Band: Real Like You crowned the WINNERS as they beat Unwritten Rule in the final

X Factor: The Band's grand final saw girl group Real Like You crowned the winners following a nail-biting final on Sunday night.

Tory MP DANIEL HANNAN argues EU will be much more likely to give concessions now Boris has majority

Tory MP DANIEL HANNAN argues EU will be much more likely to give concessions now Boris has majority

DANIEL HANNAN: What a difference an election victory makes. Suddenly, everyone is rushing to be Boris's friend. Those Conservatives who spent years fulminating against him are now praising him.

How Royal drama, foreign diplomacy rows and climate change protests dominated headlines in 2019

How Royal drama, foreign diplomacy rows and climate change protests dominated headlines in 2019

Ongoing Royal drama, foreign diplomacy rows and Extinction Rebellion protests dominated the headlines in 2019 before Boris Johnson's dominating election victory to end the year.

Ovation of the Seas cruise ship docks in Sydney a week after volcano eruption in New Zealand

Ovation of the Seas cruise ship docks in Sydney a week after volcano eruption in New Zealand

A cruise ship has docked in Sydney a week after some of its Australian passengers were among those who were killed in the White Island volcano.

STEPHEN GLOVER: If ever there was a time to be bold, Boris, this is it! 

STEPHEN GLOVER: If ever there was a time to be bold, Boris, this is it! 

STEPHEN GLOVER: Boris Johnson's victory has been compared to Margaret Thatcher's in 1979. He has the same opportunity as she did 40 years ago to set Britain on a radical new path.

Social media users share the most embarrassing things they've caught their partner's doing

Social media users share the most embarrassing things they've caught their partner's doing

Social media users from around the globe have shared the most embarrassing things they've caught their partner doing - including crying at connect four and using a bra as an eyemask

X Factor: The Band: Nicole Scherzinger puts on a VERY busty display in a plunging black gown

X Factor: The Band: Nicole Scherzinger puts on a VERY busty display in a plunging black gown

The Pussycat Dolls star, 41, ensured she had all eyes on her during the X Factor: The Band's live grand final on Sunday as she put on a very busty display in a plunging black gown.

Sir David Frost's family was devastated when he died suddenly

Sir David Frost's family was devastated when he died suddenly

George Frost opens up about the sudden death of his father Sir David Frost who died suddenly in 2013 of a massive heart attack, aged 74. His older brother, Miles, died two years later.

Sports Personality of the Year host Gary Lineker introduces Ben Stokes as the 'main award winner'

Sports Personality of the Year host Gary Lineker introduces Ben Stokes as the 'main award winner'

Ben Stokes has been crowned Sports Personality of the Year an hour after viewers said host Gary Lineker spoiled the show by calling the cricketer the 'main award winner'.

Harry and Meghan will miss Queen's Christmas parties

Harry and Meghan will miss Queen's Christmas parties

The couple will not be making an appearance at the annual Buckingham Palace party tonight to thank royal staff, sources have confirmed to the Mail.

Eighties soap sirens Dame Joan Collins, 86, Linda Gray, 79, and Donna Mills, 79, reunite at party

Eighties soap sirens Dame Joan Collins, 86, Linda Gray, 79, and Donna Mills, 79, reunite at party

The actresses - famed for their roles in, respectively, Dynasty, Dallas and Knots Landing - were pictured at a Christmas party in Los Angeles.

Jacinda Ardern writes emotional Instagram post about deadly White Island volcano eruption

Jacinda Ardern writes emotional Instagram post about deadly White Island volcano eruption

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has written an emotional post in the wake of the deadly White Island volcano tragedy.

Animal rights campaigners in Germany launch 'human rights' case on behalf of castrated pigs

Animal rights campaigners in Germany launch 'human rights' case on behalf of castrated pigs

The PETA campaign group has filed a lawsuit with Germany's Germany's Constitutional Court citing male pigs as the claimants in an attempt to ban the painful procedure of castration after birth.

Care assistant, 21, whose next door neighbour raped her as she slept speaks out about ordeal

Care assistant, 21, whose next door neighbour raped her as she slept speaks out about ordeal

Jade Bailey-Reeks has spoken out about how Haydon Davis-Patton raped her at home in Newcastle as she urges victims of similar attacks to come forward and tell the police.

Police arrest boy, 14, on suspicion of murder after a 17-year-old was stabbed to death in Bristol

Police arrest boy, 14, on suspicion of murder after a 17-year-old was stabbed to death in Bristol

A 17-year-old boy, named locally as Tyrone Hayman, was stabbed on Mansfield Street in Bristol last night. A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder by Somerset and Avon police.

Botswana bans hunters after killing of research elephant

Botswana bans hunters after killing of research elephant

Botswana's government has revoked the licences of hunters hunters Michael Lee Potter and Kevin Sharp who shot dead a research elephant and then tried to hide its collar.

Horrific moment armed robbers shoot a British father dead and injure his stepson in Argentina

Horrific moment armed robbers shoot a British father dead and injure his stepson in Argentina

Named locally as Matthew Charles Gibbard, 50, and Stefan Joshua Zone, 28, the pair were ambushed by motorbike-riding thugs outside the Faena Art Hotel in Buenos Aires on Saturday morning.

Sausage dogs and owners dress in festive attire for Christmas walk in Hyde Park

Sausage dogs and owners dress in festive attire for Christmas walk in Hyde Park

Hundreds of sausage dogs and their owners wore their festive finest and dressed up as snowmen, reindeer and Father Christmas as they gathered for a Christmas walk in Hyde Park today.

Stanley Johnson will spend Christmas with Boris's estranged wife Marina Wheeler

Stanley Johnson will spend Christmas with Boris's estranged wife Marina Wheeler

The prime minister's father says that the main focus of Christmas will be to make it to 3pm to hear the Queen's Speech without any disagreements about Britain's impending exit from the EU.

UK's youngest MP Nadia Whittome, 23, pledges to donate a huge slice of her £80,000 pay to charity

UK's youngest MP Nadia Whittome, 23, pledges to donate a huge slice of her £80,000 pay to charity

Nadia Whittome, 23, won the Nottingham East seat for Labour at the general election and she has said she intends to pocket £35,000 after tax with the rest being given to local causes.

Tessa Majors, 18, was in Manhattan park 'to buy weed' and suspected killer also attacked young girl

Tessa Majors, 18, was in Manhattan park 'to buy weed' and suspected killer also attacked young girl

Majors, 18, who died after she was attacked about 7pm Wednesday, had gone to Morningside Park, New York, near her school to purchase pot when she was fatally stabbed by a group of teenagers.

lnvestors want Bitcoin founder's body exhumed over 'questionable circumstances' over his death

lnvestors want Bitcoin founder's body exhumed over 'questionable circumstances' over his death

Gerald Cotten died suddenly last year in India from complications to Crohn's disease and was the only person with passwords to digital wallets containing $137 million sunk into bitcoins.

Labour meltdown as MPs warn the next leader can't be 'Corbyn without a beard'

Labour meltdown as MPs warn the next leader can't be 'Corbyn without a beard'

As the battle for the soul of the party turned nasty, Emily Thornberry is understood to be consulting lawyers after ex-minister Caroline Flint claimed she made the dismissive jibe.

Jeremy Corbyn allies tout Rebecca Long-Bailey as next leader

Jeremy Corbyn allies tout Rebecca Long-Bailey as next leader

John McDonnell lavished praise on shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey (pictured), while she was also endorsed by fellow frontbencher Richard Burgon.

Woman with 'no hope' of conceiving found out she was pregnant on Christmas Day 

Woman with 'no hope' of conceiving found out she was pregnant on Christmas Day 

Doctors had told Kerry Proctor, 27, from Thurrock, Essex, there was 'no chance' of her conceiving naturally due to Proctor's polycystic ovary syndrome - but a festive surprise was in store on Christmas Day.,

Prince Charles likes adding milk into his tea before taking out the teabag

Prince Charles likes adding milk into his tea before taking out the teabag

Prince Charles adds milk before taking out the teabag for a perfect brew Dumfries House hospitality manager told The Times. Evan Samson, 27, also reveals how butlers must present the hot beverage.

'It's hardly in the spirit of Christmas to shoot Rudolph': Anger over reindeer hunting in Norway 

'It's hardly in the spirit of Christmas to shoot Rudolph': Anger over reindeer hunting in Norway 

Scottish field sports outfit, Hendry, Ramsay and Waters, based in Fife, are offering reindeer bull and cow shooting from August to September in Norwegian national parks.

James Cracknell, 47, smitten with girlfriend Jordan Connell, 34, in first red carpet appearance

James Cracknell, 47, smitten with girlfriend Jordan Connell, 34, in first red carpet appearance

James took his relationship with Jordan Connell to the next level as the pair hit the red carpet for the first time together at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards in Aberdeen.

Train driver dies in a 'serious incident' at a rail depot in Birmingham

Train driver dies in a 'serious incident' at a rail depot in Birmingham

The emergency services were called to the maintenance site at Tyseley at around 8.30pm on Saturday. It was later confirmed as a fatality.

Joker dubbed IMDB's best movie of the year... after $1billion box office success

Joker dubbed IMDB's best movie of the year... after $1billion box office success

This comes after Joker's blockbuster run in theaters. The movie set records as the first R-rated film to earn over $1billion at the box office.

The active volcanoes in AUSTRALIA that experts say could erupt at any time

The active volcanoes in AUSTRALIA that experts say could erupt at any time

The Newer Volcanics Province consists of over 400 volcanoes stretching 23,000 square kilometres from Melbourne, Victoria, to Mount Gambier in South Australia.

How Dutch teenage girls would seduce Nazi invaders in bars before luring them to their deaths

How Dutch teenage girls would seduce Nazi invaders in bars before luring them to their deaths

The role of a trio of heroines has been detailed in Seducing and Killing Nazis: Hannie, Truus (pictured) And Freddie: Dutch Resistance Heroines Of World War II, by Sophie Poldermans.

Hull man is in a 'critical condition' in hospital after police shot him in the street

Hull man is in a 'critical condition' in hospital after police shot him in the street

Assistant Chief Constable Paul Anderson said the incident happened on Hessle Road, Hull, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Katie Price's boyfriend Kris Boyson is slammed for posing with his foot on the 9/11 memorial

Katie Price's boyfriend Kris Boyson is slammed for posing with his foot on the 9/11 memorial

Kris, 31, posted the image in front of the memorial, in New York, on Saturday and said he'd taken his mother to the U.S. for her birthday, but fans quickly criticised him.

Defiant Jeremy Corbyn says he's 'proud' of Labour's disastrous election campaign

Defiant Jeremy Corbyn says he's 'proud' of Labour's disastrous election campaign

While accepting the result was 'desperately disappointing', Mr Corbyn said he was 'proud' of the radical anti-rich and spending spree platform he stood on during the campaign.

Grandfather arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle 20lbs of cocaine in Colombia

Grandfather arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle 20lbs of cocaine in Colombia

Vincent Ruocco, a father of six from Manchester, was arrested at Bogotá's El Dorado airport in Colombia after the police found the illegal drugs hidden in wooden pedicure files in his luggage.

Owner of Pedigree and Whiskas brands is developing meat-free pet food

Owner of Pedigree and Whiskas brands is developing meat-free pet food

Mars, which is better known for its range of famous chocolates, is developing high-protein and plant-based alternatives for pets as it anticipates growing demand.

Amber Gill reveals she is now a MILLIONAIRE just five months after Love Island

Amber Gill reveals she is now a MILLIONAIRE just five months after Love Island

Amber Gill, 22, signed an exclusive six-monthdeal with online fashion brand Miss Pap in September - earning her £1million just eight weeks after leaving Majorca.

Britain wakes up to a blanket of snow

Britain wakes up to a blanket of snow

Residents in the Lake District and the Peak District enjoyed Christmas card scenery with fells painted white following wintry conditions that are expected to continue throughout the day.

Marc Jacobs becomes the latest fan of high heels for men

Marc Jacobs becomes the latest fan of high heels for men

Towering platforms for men are becoming increasingly de rigueur, with designer Marc Jacobs sharing several photos of himself wearing soaring heels in recent weeks.

Bus is set on fire and police fire tear gas at protesters in New Delhi

Bus is set on fire and police fire tear gas at protesters in New Delhi

Demonstrators set fire to tyres, staged sit-ins on highways and railway tracks, and torched trains and buses, with riot police brought in to disperse protesters in New Delhi, India.

Schoolgirl, eight, dies after doctors mistake her rare bone cancer for 'growing pains'

Schoolgirl, eight, dies after doctors mistake her rare bone cancer for 'growing pains'

Darcy McGuire from Fife in Scotland, first became unwell aged three but it took doctors until January this year to diagnose her with chordoma and by then it was too late to treat her.

Boris Johnson 'orders review of BBC licence fee'

Boris Johnson 'orders review of BBC licence fee'

Boris Johnson is considering a move to decriminalise non-payment of the BBC licence fee in a move likely to further worsen relations between Number 10 and the broadcaster.

Academics warn allowing people to self-identify gender on 2021 census will make it unreliable 

Academics warn allowing people to self-identify gender on 2021 census will make it unreliable 

Dozens of academics have signed a letter in which they claim that allowing people to pick their gender could lead to inaccuracy in UK crime statistics.

Britney Spears pulls wacky faces in Christmas tree Instagram video

Britney Spears pulls wacky faces in Christmas tree Instagram video

Britney Spears posted an Instagram video showing off her Christmas tree this Saturday evening.

Woman, 45, is spared a driving ban after rushing stabbed brother to hospital

Woman, 45, is spared a driving ban after rushing stabbed brother to hospital

Sarah Searle, 45, from Hampshire, had drunk 'three or four gin and tonics' at a party she was hosting at her home on a farm, when her disabled brother Andrew West was knifed.

Kindle Kids Edition reduced by £30 in Amazon's Last Minute Christmas Deals

Kindle Kids Edition reduced by £30 in Amazon's Last Minute Christmas Deals

Whether your child loves to read, or if you're trying to encourage your little one to pick up a book more often, the Kindle Kids Edition might be the ideal gift for young readers this Christmas.

Taylor Swift set to headline Glastonbury 2020's Sunday slot for the festival's 50th anniversary

Taylor Swift set to headline Glastonbury 2020's Sunday slot for the festival's 50th anniversary

The Lover singer, 30, thrilled fans as she announced she's set to headline Glastonbury 2020's Sunday slot for the festival's 50th anniversary.

Chinese fisherman uses a flock of cormorants to haul in his catch of the day

Chinese fisherman uses a flock of cormorants to haul in his catch of the day

Photographer Julia Wimmerlin, 42, captured the centuries old ritual of a fisherman using flocks cormorant birds to capture fish at the Li River in Guilin, China. She said it 'felt surreal'.

Brexit and plenty of Royal babies: As 2019 draws to a close, MailOnline looks back on the decade

Brexit and plenty of Royal babies: As 2019 draws to a close, MailOnline looks back on the decade

Over the last ten years Britain has seen some of the greatest changes in its history, with a surging music industry and renewed interest in politics.

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