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Poland tightens abortion laws: Protestors and riot police clash

Poland tightens abortion laws: Protestors and riot police clash

Catholic Poland's constitutional court ruled that existing legislation which allows for the abortion of malformed foetuses was 'incompatible' with the protection of life.

Coronavirus UK: Drivers seen crossing into Wales as country goes into 'firebreak' lockdown

Coronavirus UK: Drivers seen crossing into Wales as country goes into 'firebreak' lockdown

Officers will be enforcing restrictions over the weekend in a bid to clamp-down on motorists defying the Welsh First Minister's 'power-mad' attempt to suppress Covid-19.

London firm is paid up to £7,000 A DAY by taxpayer to run failing NHS Test and Trace

London firm is paid up to £7,000 A DAY by taxpayer to run failing NHS Test and Trace

GUY ADAMS: Accounts filed at Companies House show that its 966 UK employees earned more than £110 million in the year to March, equating to an average salary of £114,237.

Sir Rod Stewart adds a skate ramp, indoor swimming pool and trampoline to his £4.7million mansion

Sir Rod Stewart adds a skate ramp, indoor swimming pool and trampoline to his £4.7million mansion

Given his love of a kickabout, it's no surprise he's built a pitch. But judging by Rod Stewart's £4.7million mansion, football is far from the only sport on his mind.

JOHN HUMPHRYS: What the TV show that's captured our hearts can teach us about life today

JOHN HUMPHRYS: What the TV show that's captured our hearts can teach us about life today

JOHN HUMPHRYS: We loved All Creatures Great And Small 40 years ago because we yearned for that gentler, slower time and the sense of community kinship that existed before the war.

US Election 2020: Joe Biden calls Rudy Giuliani a 'Russian pawn'

US Election 2020: Joe Biden calls Rudy Giuliani a 'Russian pawn'

The second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden kicked off in Nashville Thursday night.

Focus group reveals voters are despairing of coronavirus lockdown measures

Focus group reveals voters are despairing of coronavirus lockdown measures

The UK public think the lockdown rules won't work, they will break the law if necessary to see their loved ones and believe it is time to 'get Britain back to normal'.

PIERS MORGAN: Last night's tamed and muzzled Trump exposed nice-guy Biden's flaws

PIERS MORGAN: Last night's tamed and muzzled Trump exposed nice-guy Biden's flaws

The final presidential debate last night saw a new, tamer Trump, and I liked it as much as I was surprised by it. So did others.

2020 debates: Twitter questions whether Melania pulled hand away from Trump

2020 debates: Twitter questions whether Melania pulled hand away from Trump

Twitter users have questioned whether Melania pulled her hand away from Donald Trump as the pair left the final debate on Thursday night, while others dismissed it as a non-event.

Trump says he's the 'LEAST racist person in the room' while Biden says he's the most

Trump says he's the 'LEAST racist person in the room' while Biden says he's the most

Donald Trump called himself the 'least racist person in this room,' Joe Biden gave the exact opposite assessment during a tussle over race during the Nashville presidential debate.

Jeffrey Epstein told Ghislaine Maxwell to reward anyone who could discredit Virginia Roberts

Jeffrey Epstein told Ghislaine Maxwell to reward anyone who could discredit Virginia Roberts

In 2015, Roberts sued Epstein and Maxwell claiming they'd defamed her by calling her a liar in her public allegations against them which included that they'd sexually trafficked her.

Pope Francis accused of sowing 'confusion' with same-sex union message

Pope Francis accused of sowing 'confusion' with same-sex union message

Cardinal Raymond Burke, an American prelate of the Catholic Church, patron of Malta and former Archbishop of St. Louis, accused the Pope of sowing 'error and confusion'.

Body camera video shows encounter between George cops Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat

Body camera video shows encounter between George cops Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat

The newly released body camera footage from the Lilburn Police Department in Georgia shows officers' encounter with Sacha Baron Cohen as Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev on January 27.

CNN cancels interview with Piers Morgan after he slammed them for not covering Hunter Biden story

CNN cancels interview with Piers Morgan after he slammed them for not covering Hunter Biden story

During an appearance on Fox & Friends on Friday morning, Morgan was played clips of journalists, including CNN's Jake Tapper, dismissing the allegations as false.

Only one in ten stay at home for two weeks when told to self-isolate, Sage documents reveal

Only one in ten stay at home for two weeks when told to self-isolate, Sage documents reveal

Of those who were told they had been in close contact with a confirmed Covid-19 case, just 10.9 per cent isolated for the following 14 days.

KITTY DIMBLEBY bravely reveals scars from a lifetime of operations after transforming mind and body

KITTY DIMBLEBY bravely reveals scars from a lifetime of operations after transforming mind and body

The bikini is a scarlet halterneck made from the softest material. Its simple yet stylish design makes you think of chic women sunning themselves on the Riviera.

Prince Andrew 'could be sacked' as Commodore of Britain's most famous yacht club

Prince Andrew 'could be sacked' as Commodore of Britain's most famous yacht club

Moves to strip Prince Andrew of his role as Commodore of London's Royal Thames Yacht Club were discussed on Monday at a secret meeting of its senior members.

Man, 19, found in upturned car had been stabbed to death

Man, 19, found in upturned car had been stabbed to death

Benjamin Eyles, 19, and Nathan Braim, 20, are accused of killing Joshua Harling in a quiet street in the picturesque market town of Thame, Oxfordshire, on July 22.

Coronavirus: ONS statistics suggest England outbreak still growing but slowing down

Coronavirus: ONS statistics suggest England outbreak still growing but slowing down

The weekly Office for National Statistics report also estimated that 433,000 people had coronavirus in England last week, up from 336,000 the week before.

Conman pretended to be bank manager to steal £4,000 from girlfriend

Conman pretended to be bank manager to steal £4,000 from girlfriend

John Cronin, of Solihull, took the money by pretending to be a bank manager, flashing his victim a fake business card and claiming he worked for Allied Irish Bank.

Woman seeks 'hero' Ryanair passenger who paid her £50 luggage charge 

Woman seeks 'hero' Ryanair passenger who paid her £50 luggage charge 

Stephanie, who only wanted to use her first name, told MailOnline how the Good Samaritan stepped in to help as she was told she couldn't make the payment in cash.

'Borat's daughter' was White House guest who got near to Trump

'Borat's daughter' was White House guest who got near to Trump

Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen posted footage of actress Mara Bakalova, who plays his daughter in Borat 2, being interviewed at the White House and meeting Donald Trump Jr.

Rod Stewart expects to avoid trial for 'punching security guard'

Rod Stewart expects to avoid trial for 'punching security guard'

Rod Stewart, 75, and his son Sean could face a year in jail and a year of probation if convicted of assaulting Jessie Dixon, 33, at the Breakers hotel in Palm Beach.

Piers Corbyn arrives at court vowing to 'drink against the curfew'

Piers Corbyn arrives at court vowing to 'drink against the curfew'

Piers Corbyn, 73, said there would be another 'drink against the curfew' tonight. He spoke as he arrived at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday morning.

Bacteriologist says Wales and Scotland's restaurant and pub closures NOT backed by 'sound evidence'

Bacteriologist says Wales and Scotland's restaurant and pub closures NOT backed by 'sound evidence'

Hugh Pennington, professor of bacteriology at the University of Aberdeen, said he is frustrated by the lack of information being used to support the shutdown.

Nicola Sturgeon unveils new FIVE Tier lockdown  and demands Boris hand over more Westminster cash

Nicola Sturgeon unveils new FIVE Tier lockdown and demands Boris hand over more Westminster cash

Scotland's First Minister lashed out at devolution rules that prevent her Government from borrowing money as she complained that she was forced to go cap-in-hand to the Chancellor.

FDA to let AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine trials resume in the US

FDA to let AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine trials resume in the US

More than a month after the global trial pause and long after international trials resumed, FDA regulators will finally let Oxford's trials can restart in the US, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Coronavirus: Guards are BACK on Irish border to monitor lockdowns

Coronavirus: Guards are BACK on Irish border to monitor lockdowns

Irish police have not carried out such stringent checks on drivers from Ulster since the days of the Troubles when the IRA moved guns and explosives into the war-torn province.

Parents of murdered Susan Nicholson win battle for fresh inquest

Parents of murdered Susan Nicholson win battle for fresh inquest

Susan Nicholson, 52, was murdered by her boyfriend Robert Trigg in 2011, in Worthing, West Sussex, five years after he killed another lover, 35-year-old Caroline Devlin, in 2006.

UK Government is blasted for refusing to extend VAT freeze on medical PPE

UK Government is blasted for refusing to extend VAT freeze on medical PPE

An email seen by MailOnline to industry representatives from the Treasury confirmed that VAT of 20 per cent on PPE they manufacture would resume from 31 October.

Sacha Baron Cohen hits back at Rudy Giuliani over Borat honey trap video

Sacha Baron Cohen hits back at Rudy Giuliani over Borat honey trap video

The video, which is a scene from the Borat sequel, shows Rudy Giuliani in a compromising position in a New York City hotel room alongside a young woman posing as a conservative TV reporter.

Brexit: Photos show 27-acre Kent field being turned into lorry park

Brexit: Photos show 27-acre Kent field being turned into lorry park

The development, next to Junction 10a in Ashford, Kent, is being constructed by the Government as it prepares for the negotiation period with the EU to end in December.

Children 'slept next to blackened corpses of their poisoned parents'

Children 'slept next to blackened corpses of their poisoned parents'

A girl, five, and her one-year-old brother were discovered in their flat in Russia's Leningrad Oblast three days after Alexander and Viktoria Yakunin 'died of poisoned pickles'.

Post-coronavirus birth rates to 'fall' as people stay single longer

Post-coronavirus birth rates to 'fall' as people stay single longer

Experts from the US reviewed 90 studies to help them predict how COVID-19 could shift social behaviours and gender norms - even among those not infected.

Coronavirus Poland: Elderly to stay at home and get food deliveries

Coronavirus Poland: Elderly to stay at home and get food deliveries

Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki declared the entire country a 'red zone' today after total infections doubled in two weeks while deaths reached a record 168 on Thursday.

'Ruthless' couple are convicted of murdering dancer they met on gay dating app Grindr

'Ruthless' couple are convicted of murdering dancer they met on gay dating app Grindr

Joel Osei, 25, and Diana Cristea, 18, were both found guilty at Croydon Crown Court on Friday of the murder of Irish dancer Adrian Murphy (pictured).

Family say cameraman was killed needlessly by stunt in drama as coroner rules death accidental

Family say cameraman was killed needlessly by stunt in drama as coroner rules death accidental

Mark Milsome, of Hay-on-Wye, Wales, was killed when a Land Rover ploughed into him during the shoot in Achimota Forest outside Accra in Ghana in November 2017.

Feed the children: UK businesses answer Marcus Rashford's call for free meals this Christmas

Feed the children: UK businesses answer Marcus Rashford's call for free meals this Christmas

Dozens of UK hospitality businesses have shown they 'stand with Rashford, not the 322', by supporting families during the school holidays.

Scotland's Extinction Rebellion mob use two yachts to block gates of Ineos oil refinery

Scotland's Extinction Rebellion mob use two yachts to block gates of Ineos oil refinery

Extinction Rebellion claims Ineos is the country's biggest climate polluter and is staging the blockade at at Grangemouth as part of a programme of action.

iPhone 12, 12 Pro and the iPad Air are available today

iPhone 12, 12 Pro and the iPad Air are available today

The high-end device, which comes with 5G connectivity, a 12 megapixel main camera, a 6.1-inch screen, flat edges and tough glass ceramic screen, retails at £799.

UK weather: Heavy rain and 50mph gales will sweep over Britain on Saturday

UK weather: Heavy rain and 50mph gales will sweep over Britain on Saturday

The Met Office expects multiple bands of rain to sweep over the UK tomorrow, although temperatures will be well above average with 17C (63F) in the South and 16C (61F) in the North.

Coronavirus is mutating, and second wave MORE deadly, says SAGE

Coronavirus is mutating, and second wave MORE deadly, says SAGE

The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) was presented with evidence in September that said the UK did not have the capability to research these mutations in depth.

Former restaurant boss busted with shotguns, a revolver and £35,000 worth of drugs is jailed

Former restaurant boss busted with shotguns, a revolver and £35,000 worth of drugs is jailed

French national Raouf Houri, 41, was discovered with the stash of deadly weapons and Class A drugs inside a specially adapted Sports Direct bag at his home in Coventry.

Japanese police pause raid so suspects can come out and check their temperatures for coronavirus

Japanese police pause raid so suspects can come out and check their temperatures for coronavirus

Footage shows one officer attempting to saw their way into the headquarters of Chukakuha, a leftist group located in the Edogawa district of Tokyo.

Nine migrants seen running into lorry day before 39 people found dead in Essex trailer, court hears

Nine migrants seen running into lorry day before 39 people found dead in Essex trailer, court hears

A lone man was left 'looking for his friends' in northern France the day before 39 Vietnamese people were found dead in the back of a lorry, a court has heard.

15th century Ming vase worth £2.5m is found in London after it was 'stolen in  burglary in Bern' 

15th century Ming vase worth £2.5m is found in London after it was 'stolen in burglary in Bern' 

Two men, aged 44 and 42, were arrested in Mayfair, west London, in connection with the theft of the vase, which dates back to the Chinese Ming Dynasty.

15th century Ming vase worth £2.5m is found in London after it was 'stolen in  burglary in Bern' 

15th century Ming vase worth £2.5m is found in London after it was 'stolen in burglary in Bern' 

Two men, aged 44 and 42, were arrested in Mayfair, west London, in connection with the theft of the vase, which dates back to the Chinese Ming Dynasty.

Irish nurse's body found under bridge hours before baby son was discovered dead at home

Irish nurse's body found under bridge hours before baby son was discovered dead at home

An unresponsive seven-month-old baby was pronounced dead in Dublin on Tuesday, just hours after his mother, nurse Nicola Keane, 34, was found dead under a bridge near a motorway.

Ex-king Juan Carlos I's mistress says €65M gift 'not unreasonable'

Ex-king Juan Carlos I's mistress says €65M gift 'not unreasonable'

Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, 56, had an affair with Juan Carlos, 82, from 2004 to 2009, and faced backlash following the revelation that he had given her the eye-watering sum of money.

Thai king 'is secretly taken to hospital at 2am a week after bodyguard tested positive for Covid-19'

Thai king 'is secretly taken to hospital at 2am a week after bodyguard tested positive for Covid-19'

After days of pro-democracy protests on the streets of Thailand, King Maha Vajiralongkorn and his wife Queen Suthida were pictured greeting royalist followers thronged outside the Grand Palace.

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