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Man who posed up for THAT Clinton in a dress painting speaks out

Man who posed up for THAT Clinton in a dress painting speaks out

Titled 'Parsing Bill', the painting was created by then New York Academy of Art student Petrina Ryan-Kleid and depicts the former president lounging on a chair in the Oval Office.

Wife and son of pensioner were arrested after watching him overdose, inquest told

Wife and son of pensioner were arrested after watching him overdose, inquest told

Ralph Snell, of Lymington, Hampshire, was driven to take his own life due to osteoporosis, and told his son Richard, 68, (pictured arriving at court today) and his wife Molly that he wanted to kill himself.

Viewers baffled by complicated TV plots due to looking at their phones

Viewers baffled by complicated TV plots due to looking at their phones

Two-thirds of global viewers are continually baffled by the plot of TV and films because they are 'second screening' - watching two screens at once - a survey by Radio Times has found.

Boris Johnson's top aide Dominic Cummings called HS2 a 'disaster zone'

Boris Johnson's top aide Dominic Cummings called HS2 a 'disaster zone'

Dominic Cummings called HS2 a 'disaster zone' on Friday, just days before yesterday's announcement that the government will launch a review of the high speed rail project.

Chaos for Ryanair passengers as airline loses bid to block strike

Chaos for Ryanair passengers as airline loses bid to block strike

Ryanair has promised flights will operate as usual today and tomorrow despite failing to stop its 'unreasonable' pilots going on strike and risk ruining summer holidays for thousands.

Jade Goody documentary viewers shocked at way Indian Big Brother bosses revealed cancer diagnosis

Jade Goody documentary viewers shocked at way Indian Big Brother bosses revealed cancer diagnosis

Viewers watching the third part of Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain were left horrified at the very public manner Indian Big Brother bosses told her she had cervical cancer.

Friend of slain rapper Nipsey Hussle fatally shot on Brooklyn street

Friend of slain rapper Nipsey Hussle fatally shot on Brooklyn street

Arsenio Gravesande, 28 (right), was fatally shot in the hip in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn Tuesday night and died in a hospital a short time later without divulging any information to the cops.

David Cameron does his best Daniel Craig impersonation

David Cameron does his best Daniel Craig impersonation

David Cameron was spotted on the beach in Cornwall yesterday in a scene which draws direct comparison to Daniel Craig appearing in the 2006 James Bond movie Casino Royale.

School friends open 1997 time capsule buried 22 years ago

School friends open 1997 time capsule buried 22 years ago

Gemma Lynch, Emma Page, Sian McGreary, Gemma Albiston, Gemma Roughsedge and Katy Wynne were just 15 when they buried their keepsakes in Helsby Hill, Cheshire in 1997.

Jeffrey Epstein forced rape victim to have plastic surgery at 18 to remove moles

Jeffrey Epstein forced rape victim to have plastic surgery at 18 to remove moles

Priscilla Doe, who lost her virginity when Jeffrey Epstein allegedly raped her, said in a court filing that Epstein dictated what she wore and how she looked during the six years she was under his rule

PAUL THOMAS on... Boris and Merkel's showdown

PAUL THOMAS on... Boris and Merkel's showdown

'If only your predecessors had your OOMPH, Boris!'

Man 25 arrested on suspicion of murdering Hull University student Libby Squire

Man 25 arrested on suspicion of murdering Hull University student Libby Squire

A Polish butcher has been arrested on suspicion of murdering Hull University student Libby Squire. Pawel Relowicz, 25, was arrested yesterday and is being quizzed by detectives.

Teachers are to get tough new training so they can deal with badly-behaved pupils

Teachers are to get tough new training so they can deal with badly-behaved pupils

Gavin Williamson is set to launch a review into how UK schools can work on stricter behaviour strategies to reduce the number of pupils being excluded.

Army bosses are recruiting poor teenagers into dangerous roles due to lack of adults signing up

Army bosses are recruiting poor teenagers into dangerous roles due to lack of adults signing up

Almost 30 per cent of last year's new recruits were aged 16 or 17 and they were often from poorer backgrounds. Young people signing up is increasingly important as overall recruitment drops.

Teenagers braced for GCSE misery as experts predict fewer than 1,000 pupils will achieve top grades

Teenagers braced for GCSE misery as experts predict fewer than 1,000 pupils will achieve top grades

Head teachers have warned parents not to make their children feel like 'failures' if they miss out on top grades.This is the first year-group whose exams were almost all in the tougher new format.

Brexit may cause drug shortages and put lives at risk say health experts in letter to Boris Johnson

Brexit may cause drug shortages and put lives at risk say health experts in letter to Boris Johnson

Life-saving medicine could be delayed from coming into the UK in a no-deal Brexit. Drug shortages due to border delays after October 31 would be exacerbated by winter pressures on the NHS.

Man, 34, stabbed in London's Trafalgar Square as police close roads in bid to find the attacker 

Man, 34, stabbed in London's Trafalgar Square as police close roads in bid to find the attacker 

A man was stabbed in Trafalgar Square at around 9pm this evening and police have closed roads in the area as they hunt for his assailant. The victim is now believed to be in stable condition.

Sea eagles soar back to Isle of Wight 240 years on

Sea eagles soar back to Isle of Wight 240 years on

Two sea eagles were released over the Isle of Wight. It marked the first time the species has flown over the island in 240 years. Pictured: A white-tailed eagle, April 2019.

Wild blazes destroying swathes of the Amazon rainforest can be seen in satellite images

Wild blazes destroying swathes of the Amazon rainforest can be seen in satellite images

Maps showed emissions drifting thousands of miles from the Amazon rainforest in the northwest of Brazil across the country to Rio de Janeiro on the Atlantic coast today.

Thieves use keyless hack to steal a £90,000 Tesla in under 30 seconds

Thieves use keyless hack to steal a £90,000 Tesla in under 30 seconds

The footage was caught on a Ring doorbell camera at the property in London. Thieves gained access to the supercar by using a relay system and key jamming techniques.

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: Naked nastiness that'll make you crave Bake Off

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV: Naked nastiness that'll make you crave Bake Off

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Miaow! Amateur decorators are a lot cattier, it turns out, than part-time bakers...

Jeffrey Epstein's ex-lawyer Alan Dershowitz says Prince Andrew should fight sex claims in public

Jeffrey Epstein's ex-lawyer Alan Dershowitz says Prince Andrew should fight sex claims in public

Alan Dershowitz, 80, the high-profile US former lawyer of disgraced financier Jeffery Epstein has called on Prince Andrew to publicly and 'categorically assert his innocence'.

Miley Cyrus is 'disappointed' that Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce

Miley Cyrus is 'disappointed' that Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce

Her estranged husband Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce on Wednesday in Los Angeles. And Miley Cyrus is 'disappointed' that he filed, according to People .

British tourist, 75, becomes the second to die of Legionnaires disease

British tourist, 75, becomes the second to die of Legionnaires disease

Brian Taylor, 75, from Huddersfield was admitted to hospital after returning from a week's holiday at the Hotel Kalofer on Sunny Beach, Bulgaria in June.

MARK PALMER: 'Are you sick of being asked for a response?'

MARK PALMER: 'Are you sick of being asked for a response?'

MARK PALMER: Perhaps you're hoping to win that 'amazing holiday in the Bahamas' just for taking part in a survey billed as 'quick and easy' but which turns out to be time-consuming and infuriating.

Office for National Statistics downgrades 'not fully reliable' official immigration data

Office for National Statistics downgrades 'not fully reliable' official immigration data

The number of EU citizens moving to the UK is higher than previously thought, the Office for National Statistics said today as it admitted it had under-estimated net migration from the continent.

UN drinking water report calls for a crackdown on microplastic pollution

UN drinking water report calls for a crackdown on microplastic pollution

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has compiled the most comprehensive review to date of the evidence of microplastics in worldwide drinking water supplies.

CRAIG BROWN: Women get the write stuff wrong too!

CRAIG BROWN: Women get the write stuff wrong too!

CRAIG BROWN: At the Primadonna literary festival in Suffolk, the TV presenter Sandi Toksvig is set to chair a discussion on how men write about women.

Rapper Tee Grizzley's manager/aunt shot and killed during attack in Detroit

Rapper Tee Grizzley's manager/aunt shot and killed during attack in Detroit

Tee Grizzley's manager/aunt was shot and killed during a brazen attack as the rapper was getting out of his SUV in his hometown of Detroit Tuesday night.

Climate change fears reach record levels

Climate change fears reach record levels

Fears over climate change have reached record levels - with 85 per cent of adults in the UK now 'concerned' about global warming, the highest figure since IPSOS Mori first asked the question in 2005.

The 'radicalisation' and 'demands of some migrants' is a serious concern, warns UN official

The 'radicalisation' and 'demands of some migrants' is a serious concern, warns UN official

Vincent Cochetel, the UN's special envoy for the Central Mediterranean, warned in a tweet this afternoon that migrants' demands were becoming more radical.

Will £100billion HS2 hit the buffers?

Will £100billion HS2 hit the buffers?

Announcing an 'independent and rigorous' review into HS2, Britain's Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said 'clear evidence' was needed before a decision could be made.

STEPHEN GLOVER: I smell a rat about this voter-friendly 'review' of the absurd HS2 white elephant 

STEPHEN GLOVER: I smell a rat about this voter-friendly 'review' of the absurd HS2 white elephant 

STEPHEN GLOVER: How seriously should we take the Government's decision to set up a review on the viability of the high-speed HS2 link between London and Birmingham, and on to the North?

Angela Merkel tells Boris Johnson Brexit deal to ditch backstop CAN be done 'in the next 30 days'

Angela Merkel tells Boris Johnson Brexit deal to ditch backstop CAN be done 'in the next 30 days'

Angela Merkel delivered a Brexit boost to Boris Johnson today as she said ditching the backstop was possible if the UK can come forward with a practical and workable alternative within 30 days.

Jeremy Corbyn invites Opposition leaders and Tory rebels to an anti-no deal meeting NEXT WEEK

Jeremy Corbyn invites Opposition leaders and Tory rebels to an anti-no deal meeting NEXT WEEK

Jeremy Corbyn wrote to opposition parties and Tory rebels inviting the SNP, the Lib Dems, Plaid Cymru, the Greens, Change UK and five Conservatives to am August 27 meeting to stop No Deal.

One in five pensioners pops seven pills every day in the UK

One in five pensioners pops seven pills every day in the UK

Two million over-65s in the UK - 20 per cent of pensioners - now take at least seven different medications each day, a report found. Some 39 per cent are on at least five prescription drugs.

Tory party chairman James Cleverly is facing a police probe over his car crash on M11

Tory party chairman James Cleverly is facing a police probe over his car crash on M11

Essex Police were unable to confirm yesterday whether they had received a complaint from Mr Khan - but said they would investigate if one was made. Cleverly hit another car in his Land Rover.

Thirty years on from the Marchioness disaster relatives fear they buried the wrong person

Thirty years on from the Marchioness disaster relatives fear they buried the wrong person

Elsa Garcia, 25, a London-based language student heading for a banking career, was one of 51 young people killed in the Marchioness boat disaster on the River Thames in 1989.

Beth Chapman 'literally choked on her cancer' in moments leading to her tragic death at 51

Beth Chapman 'literally choked on her cancer' in moments leading to her tragic death at 51

Bonnie said that a number of complications following her mother's passing have made this summer, for she and her family, 'the most fragile time of [their] lives.'

Future mother-in-law demands bride and groom sign a contract that they'll only have one kid

Future mother-in-law demands bride and groom sign a contract that they'll only have one kid

A US-based mother-in-law who demanded her son's bride sign a contract stating she will only have one child has drawn criticism online.

We've shattered the silver ceiling

We've shattered the silver ceiling

One in three Britons have admitted they have been guilty of ageism in the past, and nowhere is this more prevalent than in the workplace.

Armed robbers 'held a knife against a 10-year-old girl's throat and stole eight bulldog puppies'

Armed robbers 'held a knife against a 10-year-old girl's throat and stole eight bulldog puppies'

Four men are alleged to have stormed the house in Castlemilk, Glasgow, at 1.30am on Wednesday morning. A 19-year-old man has been arrested and charged with robbery, vandalism and theft.

4K images of the Titanic shipwreck reveal a 'partial collapse of hull'

4K images of the Titanic shipwreck reveal a 'partial collapse of hull'

Around 13,000ft (4,000m) beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, salt corrosion and metal-eating bacteria have worn away parts of the liner's structure.

25thAmendmentnow trends on Twitter after Donald Trump proclaimed himself 'the chosen one

25thAmendmentnow trends on Twitter after Donald Trump proclaimed himself 'the chosen one

President Trump called himself the 'chosen one' to take on China and tweeted a quote calling him 'King of Israel' - fueling a hashtag to remove him for being unfit for office.

Fake news gives rise to fake memories, study suggests

Fake news gives rise to fake memories, study suggests

Researchers from Ireland and the US presented over 3,000 eligible voters in Ireland with legitimate and made-up stories ahead of the 2018 referendum on legalizing abortion.

Caerphilly South Wales father loses 12 stone in 12 months as daughter's dying wish

Caerphilly South Wales father loses 12 stone in 12 months as daughter's dying wish

Mike Summers, 56, of South Wales, lost his 29-year-old daughter Sarah to breast cancer in 2016. Her dying wish was for him to lose weight - and so he did.

Lightning knocks out the power in an Italian church during the final blessing at a wedding ceremony

Lightning knocks out the power in an Italian church during the final blessing at a wedding ceremony

The footage was captured at the Church of Saint Francis of Assisi in Sicily, Italy. A clap of thunder can be heard and the congregation is plunged into darkness.

Danish PM 'disappointed and surprised' by Trump's cancellation of visit after 'absurd' Greenland bid

Danish PM 'disappointed and surprised' by Trump's cancellation of visit after 'absurd' Greenland bid

Donald Trump accused Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen of being 'nasty' when she said his plan to buy Greenland was 'absurd.' 'You don't talk to the United States that way. At least under me,' he said

Arrival of Vikings to Ireland in the 10th century halted a 'serious population decline'

Arrival of Vikings to Ireland in the 10th century halted a 'serious population decline'

Academics at Queen's University Belfast found there had been a population decline for almost 200 years before the Vikings settled in Ireland in the 10th century.

What companies have the best staff benefits? Facebook pays for staff meals and more

What companies have the best staff benefits? Facebook pays for staff meals and more

A global survey by American recruitment site Glass Door has revealed how Facebook entice their staff by offering three free meals a day, while Travelzoo offer £1,000 a year for travel.

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