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Ryanair passenger pays extra for 'window seat' - but soon discovers huge problem
Marcos Molina was flying from Berlin, Germany, to Dublin Airport, Ireland earlier this week when the "annoying" mishap happened and he's now calling for the airline to refund him the extra money he paid for the seat
Telly chef accused of 'sweary rant' at pregnant diner after boozy pub lock-in
EXCLUSIVE: Nick Deverell-Smith is accused of threatening to throw out an eight-month pregnant woman after a Valentine's Day trip to his posh pub turned in to a nightmare stay
Outrage as leading medic supports HIV doctor after infecting 1,000 people
EXCLUSIVE: Dr Christopher Ludlam said Dr Jean-Pierre Allain should keep his job - despite 1,243 people being infected with HIV through his Factor VIII blood product in the 1980s
'Psycho genius' inspired by Agatha Christie’s Pale Horse to poison neighbours
EXCLUSIVE: George Trepal sneaked into his neighbours’ home in Florida in October 1988 and spiked their Coca-Cola with thallium and is now on death row
Chris McLaughlin: Labour must beware Boris Johnson's 'promised land' budget
The budget will reveal the sort of Prime Minister we will have for the next four years - but the perfect picture he presents might not be what it seems
Tributes to men murdered in 'cannabis farm raid' as one is named as kickboxing star
Khuzaimah Douglas and Waseem Ramzan were murdered at an address in Brierley Hill, West Midlands, police say, as tributes are made to the young men
Wife of soldier who lay dead for weeks in barracks claims he was 'being bullied'
Corporal Bernard Mongan lay dead for three weeks before being found. His wife has said he 'planned a complaint' before his mystery death at Catterick camp
MPs call for 'outdated' judge to be barred from rape and domestic violence cases
EXCLUSIVE: Judge Robin Tolson has been accused of having an "outdated" view of consent after comments made to a rape victim
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Highlands crash family 'had so much to look forward to'
The victims are named as Gemma Cousin, 26, her husband Rhys, 25, and their daughters Peyton, three, and Heidi Cousin.
Coronavirus: Evacuated Britons arrive at quarantine hospital
UK nationals evacuated from a cruise ship arrive at Arrowe Park, where they will spend the next 14 days.
Joanna Cherry to challenge Angus Robertson for SNP nomination
The SNP MP is seeking to become the SNP candidate for Ruth Davidson's Holyrood seat.
Storm Dennis: Care home staff carried through floods by tractor
One worker at Hampton House had been turning up in a kayak, its manager said.
Six Nations 2020: France beat Wales to keep Grand Slam hopes alive
France remain on course for a first Grand Slam in 10 years as they win in Cardiff for the first time since 2010 with a 27-23 victory.
Ilkeston NatWest hole in wall rises up TripAdvisor rankings
Internet jokers cause a circular hole outside a bank to rise up the TripAdvisor rankings.
'Speedo Mick' finishes charity walk at Land's End
Mick Cullen walked the length of the UK in his swimming trunks, even during storms Ciara and Dennis.
Brierley Hill stabbing: Two more arrests over cannabis robbery deaths
Two men are held at Holyhead Port in Wales following the deaths of Khuzaimah Douglas and Waseem Ramzan.
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New coronavirus cases fall in China but fears grow over global spread
China reported a sharp fall in new deaths and cases of the coronavirus on Saturday but world health officials warned it was too early to make predictions about the outbreak as new infections continued to rise in other countries.
British passengers from virus-hit cruise ship arrive home
Some 30 British passengers arrived back home on Saturday after spending more than two weeks stuck on a quarantined cruise ship in a Japanese port due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Taliban, Afghan forces clash on first day of violence reduction period
Taliban fighters and Afghan security forces clashed in parts of Afghanistan on Saturday, a day after a week-long "reduction in violence" was announced, but the incidents did not spark immediate alarm on either side.
Let's come together to tax tech giants, say G20 officials eyeing $100 billion boost
Leading world economies must show unity in dealing with aggressive "tax optimisation" by global digital giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook, G20 officials said on Saturday.
Buffett defends investments in stocks, which fuelled record Berkshire profit
Warren Buffett on Saturday defended Berkshire Hathaway Inc's decision to invest heavily in the stocks of companies such as Apple Inc , as the conglomerate struggled to find whole businesses to buy.
Hardline Guards make early gains in restricted Iran election
Candidates affiliated with Iran's Revolutionary Guards looked on course to win a parliamentary majority on Saturday, reportedly leading in the race in Tehran and across the country after a vote stacked in favour of loyalists to th
Ten new cases of coronavirus in Iran, one dead - health ministry
Authorities in Iran said on Saturday that they had detected 10 new cases of coronavirus, one of whom has died, deepening a sense of public unease over the handling of the spread of the disease.
Macron to farmers: France stood firm on EU farm budget
President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday told farmers that France stood its ground in opposing cuts to agricultural subsidies and would continue to do so, a day after an EU summit on the bloc's next budget ended in deadlock.
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Former Royal protection officer raises questions about Prince Andrew's 'alibi'
The officer says he believes the Prince may have returned to Buckingham Palace in the early hours of March 11, 2001 - contradicting his previous account.

Meghan Markle's best friend Jessica Mulroney is 'setting up charities in her and Harry's name'
It comes after the Duke and Duchess were told they would no longer be able to use their Sussex Royal brand when they officially quit the monarchy next month.

Boy, 12, leaves beloved pit bull puppy outside a shelter with a heartbreaking note
The canine was dropped off at Refugio Xollin in the state of Michoacan on February 13, with the handwritten note explaining why the dog had to be given away.

DR ELLIE CANNON: Stop this vitamin drip madness
DR ELLIE CANNON advises readers to ignore celebrities such as Stacey Solomon, pictured, and avoid wasting their cash on fashionable vitamin drips.

The chemicals on your fruit and veg aren't as scary as you think
According to data from the Food Standards Agency, a third of us now have serious concerns about the safety of what we eat. Top of that list of concerns are pesticides - used in commercial food.

Piers Morgan lashes out at Harry and Meghan for their 'staggering disrespect' to the Queen
Piers Morgan criticized Harry and Meghan over a lengthy statement the couple posted after Her Majesty forces them to drop their Sussex Royal brand due to use of the word 'royal.'

Prince William and Kate Middleton are 'set to stay away from Prince Harry's Invictus Games'
The news emerged as the Duke of Cambridge was spotted at the rugby today in Cardiff's Principality Stadium to watch the Wales take on France in the Six Nations.

Why is Nicole being viciously trolled by trans extremists?
Nicole Gibson argues that while much still needs to be done to promote acceptance of trans-men and trans- women, the noisy demands of transgender extremists are promoting division.


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