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How would you fare in a GCSE maths exam? MailOnline has taken a selection of 10 questions from the actual maths paper to see if you would pass.

Cyber criminals around the world are using the private channel functionality on the Roku operating system to get access to online streams illegally. Roku will now shut off these streams without warning.

According to Professor Hans Nordahl from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, people should recognise that brooding thoughts are a waste of time and not a form of problem-solving.

'It's an Oscar-winning performance': Expert reveals the six tell-tale signs that told police road rage killer Tracie Andrews was FAKING her tearful plea for help hours after stabbing her fiance to death

EXCLUSIVE: Tracie Andrews, 46, a former part-time model, became one of Britain's most notorious female killers after she stabbed her partner Lee Harvey, 25, pictured inset together, to death on the side of a road in Alvechurch, Worcestershire, in 1996. Just 36 hours after the attack, Andrews, then 27, took part in an emotional police press conference, main, in which she told a fictitious story about how she had watched her fiance being murdered by a stranger.

Coroner Louise Hunt said care plans are still not in place for all pupils at the Al-Hijrah School in Birmingham where Ismaeel Ashraf (pictured) died after a suspected anaphylactic shock.

NEW Jordan Wills, from Dover, Kent, lost his rag after he was warned twice to stop swearing as he appeared in the dock at Canterbury Crown Court for an unrelated matter.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - The attack took place at the Lakhimpur Kheri market, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, when the victim was shopping with her younger brother.

ITV's Possibly... The Best Adverts In The World asks celebrity guests to pick their favourite adverts. They include a Cadbury's Flake advert and the controversial Baby Wee Wee commercial.

French President Macron (left in Romania today) said he expected an agreement to be in place by the end of the year after he repeatedly warned unfettered free movement could threaten the EU.

Gateway to beyond: Falling-down terraced house in leafy Lancashire town hides secret gateway to labyrinth of caverns through a hole in the front room floor

The fascinating discovery (right) was made by an underground explorer who was stunned to find a collapsed culvert opening up into the front room of a house (left). The explorer, who is known only as 'Substormflow' to preserve his anonymity, was exploring the waterways beneath Rossendale's streets when he stumbled across the remarkable find which he described as 'unique'. The outside the house, on Burnley Road in Rawtenstall, is boarded up and derelict but Substormflow discovered that a section of the culvert underneath it had collapsed and a large hole had appeared in the interior floor.

FILE - In this June 1, 2017 file photo, Desmond Ricks listens to a judge during a hearing in Detroit. Ricks, who served 25 years in prison for murder based on sham evidence, has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $100 million. Ricks was released in May after making the extraordinary claim that Detroit police framed him for a fatal shooting outside a restaurant in 1992. (Clarence Tabb Jr./Detroit News via AP, File)/Detroit News via AP)

Desmond Ricks was convicted of fatally shooting Gerry Bennett in 1992. A new investigation showed the bullets didn't match the gun, so Ricks was exonerated on June 1 and is now suing the city.

Rezia Begum's, 40, right leg weighs around 132lbs (60kg) due to elephantiasis. The mother-of-two, from Bangladesh, has suffered with the condition since the birth of her second daughter 18 years ago.

Conservative Councillor Louise McKinlay (pictured), Cabinet for Resources, said this evening: 'We are extremely sorry that this error happened and we have launched a full investigation.'

The White House Press Secretary said the the assault on Trump 'doesn't dignify a response from this podium,' batting down a GOP's senator suggestion that Trump is mentally unfit for office.

Jay Thomas dead after he loses his battle with cancer

Ray Donovan star Jay Thomas has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 69. The actor, known for his roles in Cheers (pictured right), Murphy Brown and sitcom Love and War, passed away with wife Sally and sons Sam, Max and J.T. by his side. Agent and long-time friend Don Buchwald confirmed the sad news via a statement released to the New York Daily News: 'Jay was one of a kind, never at a loss for words and filled with so much fun and wonderfully whacky thoughts and behavior.'

There are many more uses for kitchen foil than just roasting food or lining trays, Good Housekeeping has revealed. You can use it as a scourer, or even to polish silverware.

From their colour to their shape, strength and texture, FEMAIL takes a look at what the condition of your nails really means. Expert Fiona Tuck also explains what to eat to nourish them best.

Researchers from Saint Joseph’s University and the University of San Diego found that snapping a photo of a food before taking the first bite can actually improve your perceived taste.

Jemma Beale jailed for falsely accusing 15 men of rape

Jemma Beale, 25, from Middlesex, has been jailed for 10 years after making up bogus rape and sexual assault claims against 15 men over the course of three years. One man even spent time in jail because of her allegations, while another fled the country with his life in tatters. The 25-year-old insisted she had been raped or attacked but after a five-week trial at Southwark Crown Court a jury of six men and five women took eight hours and 45 minutes to find her guilty of perjury and perverting the course of justice. Today she was jailed by a judge at the same court.

The new sex robot survey was commissioned by Middlesex-based online streaming service, Now TV, in relation to the programme Westworld.

A delivery driver spotted the beast (pictured) near the village of Obthorpe in Lincolnshire. It is the fifth sighting of a 'big cat' this summer, with others sighted in Devon, Yorkshire and St Albans.

Leonard Pettifer, 86, was behind the wheel of his Ford Ka when it struck former policeman Michael Copleston, 60, on the M20 near Ashford, Kent. Pettifer was jailed for 18 months for the incident.

York races: Ladies Day sees glamorous ladies don rain macs

High spirited ladies donned their finery, left and second from right, for Ladies Day at the equestrian event. Luckily for the gaggle of glamorous ladies, who donned vibrant headgear and a melange of bold summer frocks with plunging necklines, second from right, and slashed hems, right, the weather brightened up into the afternoon, allowing the ladies to kick back and relax in style. The well-heeled fillies were seen enjoying pink champagne as they enjoyed Ladies Day, dressing to impress as they battled it out for prizes on the Ebor Fashion Lawn.

Amnesty International has warned that hundreds of civilians have been killed by all sides in just two months of the battle to retake Raqqa from ISIS, and that toll is likely to rise unless action is taken.

Walter Kershaw, 76 (pictured), who is best known for his giant murals painted on the side of buildings, fell in love with Catherine Mitchell when she asked him to paint her portrait in 2006.

People have been sharing their one night stand horror stories. The disastrous flings were revealed on Whisper, including one man who asked if the girl wanted to meet the parents in the morning.

Amazon will close its $13.7 billion buyout of Whole Foods Market Inc. on Monday and plans to cut prices on grocery staples. certain Whole Foods products will be available through Amazon

Utah parents 'made son eat carrots until he turned orange'

Utah couple Clarissa and Brett Tobiasson have been charged with child abuse for allegedly keeping their adopted son confined to a dark, spider-infested basement for up to 12 hours a day and denying him food, water and bathroom access. The child, who is now six years old, was adopted by the Tobiassons along with his two-year-old brother. The couple also have a two-month-old baby daughter.

A woman from China nearly died after having sex with her husband because the couple's passionate moves had caused her ovarian cyst to break, according to media.

Delighted Zoe Ball and Norman Cook unite to pick up son Woody's GCSE results - and joke his famous grandfather Johnny will be very proud as he gets an A in science

Zoe Ball (top left and right) and former husband Norman Cook (bottom left) put on a united front today as their son picked up his GCSE results. The couple, who also have a daughter Nelly, seven, split last September after almost 18 years together. But they turned up at Brighton College together this morning when their son Woody, 16, picked up his results. Both Ball, 46, and Cook, 54 were delighted with their son's grades and hugged him as he proudly waved the results sheet. Woody achieved an 8 in English language, a 7 in English literature, a 6 in maths and As in drama, design and technology, science and additional science. Zoe said: 'He was worried about maths. Your granddad is going to be very proud because he got an A for Science.’ Woody's grandfather is Think of a Number children's TV presenter Johnny Ball (inset), who popularised science and maths for youngsters in the 1980s.

Only 2.6 per cent of pupils got the new grade 9 in English - compared with 4 per cent achieving an A* last year. And in maths, only 3.5 per cent got a 9 - compared with 7 per cent gaining an A* last year.

Grandmother found love with Nigerian man 45 years younger

Angela Nwachukwu, 72, from Dorset, married her husband CJ Nwachukwu in Nigeria, in April 2015, just three months after he had added her on Facebook and struck up a conversation. She says she couldn't help but fall for her 27-year-old lover from Nigeria, when they started talking, and is devastated that their applications for visas have failed. Mr Nwachukwu has even been denied a tourist visa to see his wife, and their applications have been turned down because it's thought they won't have financial backing. She spent her life savings of £20,000 travelling to see him and hiring lawyers to help with the applications but says he has paid her back.

A Florida woman, Annette Nesbitt, 34, told police officers to take her to jail after they stopped her on suspicion of driving under the influence. She was swerving while her daughter was in the car.

Fireworld - which creates 'invisible PC spy software' - posted an article suggesting parents could use its technology to hack their son's Facebook accounts to look for 'clues' about their sexuality.

Researchers from Durham University and University College London suggest that voice-hearers have an enhanced tendency to detect meaningful speech patterns in ambiguous sounds.

Males are typically powerful but women have a greater power of endurance, a Canadian study has found. This makes females better at endurance events, says Professor Brian Dalton.

Heartbroken family release footage showing the moment motorcyclist, 50, is killed when he loses control of his bike while pulling a wheelie and falls into the path of an oncoming van as a warning to others

WARNING DISTRESSING CONTENT: The 50-year-old rider was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash near Goodwood in Chichester, West Sussex. He was out riding his Suzuki motorbike with friends when he pulled a wheelie, only to swerve on to the other side of the road, where he fell from his bike in front of a van. The tragic accident was filmed on a camera attached to the rider's helmet.

The young dinosaurs belong to a new species of meat eating oviraptor that lived in Asia and North America and roosted like modern birds, according to experts from the University of Alberta.

Finnian Lytle, from Brighton, mixed the toxic plant matter together before drinking it and taking prescription drugs and going to bed.

Theo Silvester, aged five, was having lunch at Anlaby Primary School in Hull when he began choking in February. Despite his teachers and paramedics battling to save him, he died within an hour.

Cornwall Council 'told mother to leave baby at home'

Emma Hawkins (pictured with four-month-old Charlie and three-year-old Oliver) unsuccessfully challenged her 11 tickets and claims Cornwall Council told her to dump her newborn baby and three year-old child at home before going to find a space. Mrs Hawkins, 32, says the parking problem is caused by the number of tourists and second homeowners who flock to the picturesque riverside village of Polruan, Cornwall. A council spokesman said people are advised how to avoid fines during their appeal process, but that its letter (right) 'never suggested' Mrs Hawkins should leave her children unsupervised.

Speaking at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Piers Wenger said: ‘I think there is an awful lot of very dark drama across all channels and I would love to see some more inspiring stories.'

People who assign human traits to non-human objects are more likely to travel to places that are written about as being human-like, a Queensland University of Technology study has found.

In the raid at the palatial home of Esmond and Susie Bulmer in Bruton, Somerset the couple's house-sitter was 'tied to a banisters' while £2.7m worth of antiques was stolen in 2009.

When a fan noticed the actor's bottom looked large in a scene from the 2008 film Valkyrie, it grabbed attention. Some said it was a stunt double while others said it was padding.

Jim Carrey lied about Herpes outbreak to his ex

The ex-girlfriend of Jim Carrey told her therapist she wanted to 'have it all stop' as she struggled to eat and sleep while dealing with constant vomiting that was caused by the anxiety she was experiencing from her relationship with the actor. That admission was made on July 18, 2003 and included in medical records from White's doctors that have been subpoenaed by lawyers for both Carrey and White's mother Brigid Sweetman in her wrongful death lawsuit against the actor. Session notes and text messages obtained by DailyMail.com that span from October 2012 to July 2013 reveal that Cathriona White had been seeing Carrey for just six months when he suddenly broke off the relationship, a move that came after White had been tested for STDs but before she had received her results. The results came back positive soon after, and White told her therapist that she had contracted the STDs from Carrey, claiming that she questioned bumps on his genitals before her first outbreak but he dismissed them as irritation from shaving. Text messages from White to Carrey show a similar exchange as well between the two at this time.

Russian Tupolev-95MS bombers (file photo) flew near South Korea, accompanied by Sukhoi-35S fighter jets and an A-50 early warning and control aircraft, its defence ministry has said.

The man was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and later attempted murder, after crashing outside the Travellers Inn, near Barnsley.

Samantha Bell, from Manchester, shared a picture showing the size difference between the H&M jeans (top) and Primark pair (bottom). She said she was left 'fuming' after her trip to H&M.

Notting Hill boards up windows as the carnival approaches

Workmen across the area were spotted tacking up wooden boards on businesses and homes, prior to Sunday's big event. Boards were also erected around rows of front gardens as some residents choose to avoid the chaos of Europe's biggest street party altogether, by leaving their homes for the weekend.

If borne out by further research the shift in figures would bring Prime Minister Theresa May within striking distance of her tens of thousands immigration target.

Allies of Jeremy Corbyn said the party is almost certain to vote against the expansion as the proposals do not pass their environmental tests.

A ruling by the European Court of Justice said compensation for injuries suffered by a Slovenian farm worker by a tractor on private land should have been covered by a motor insurance policy.

The Brexit Secretary will rebuff EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier's demand to agree a figure as a condition for the start of trade talks over the winter.

The Unite boss threw his future support behind the shadow foreign secretary, describing her as a 'tough cookie' who could unify the party, according to reports

Keane Wallis-Bennett was killed in April 2014 when she was hit by a 6ft 6in 'modesty wall' as she got changed for PE at Liberton High School in Edinburgh.

Marlene Dietrich's daughter reveals star hid an ugly truth

Maria Riva, the only child of actress Marlene Dietrich recalls her mother in unflinching memoir, re-released 25 years after her mother’s death. The required sacrifices of stardom are laid bare as well as how Marlene was treated like royalty everywhere she went. Maria says her mother didn’t like for her to have friends, or even to get close to a pet dog. Attention had to be focused on Marlene and her alone.

One woman told jurors she was attacked at a house in Newcastle by 'dirty' Ribas Asad (pictured) after a night out in the city in 2007, when she was 16.

Tian Tian, the UK's only female giant panda, could give birth as soon as tomorrow after emails between zoo staff and politicians revealed she may have fallen pregnant back in July.

Jang Song Thaek, 67, who had been considered the second most powerful official in North Korea was killed immediately after a military trial in 2013 after being accused of trying to 'destabilize the country'.

The North Korean government is to offer 'full immersion' expeditions for groups of Russian tourists so they can get a glimpse of the 'multi-faceted life of this most closed of countries'.

Muslim man stands in Las Ramblas offering 'hugs of love and peace' one week after Barcelona terror attacks... and is swamped with people taking him up on his offer

A Muslim man in Barcelona hugs a stranger in the spot where a van drove into a crowd of people last Thursday, killing 15 people. With tensions high, the man is trying to defuse the tendency to hate the Other by offering hugs to people on the street. Beside him stands a sign that reads, 'I am Muslim, I am not terrorist, I share love and peace hugs.' The crowd around him welcomed the move of solidarity, clapping and cheering and reaching out for a hug. The video has been seen more than 5 million times.

The ISIS video, filmed in Marawi in the Philippines, shows the desecration of a church while one English-speaking jihadi points at the camera and promises: 'We will be in Rome'.

Police tracked the four terror suspects to a house in the village of Psedach in south western Russia's Republic of Ingushetia, and when told to surrender, the group blew themselves up.

A Spanish High Court judge ordered that Salh El Karib (pictured) should be freed, subject to a number of conditions.

The mother of the Sydney seven-year-old murdered by ISIS in the Barcelona terror attack has been moved out of intensive care. Julian Cadman was killed and his mother Jom was seriously injured.

Haftar's spokesman Colonel Ahmad al-Mesmari said at least nine soldiers and two civilians were executed in the Al-Jufra region around 500km from Tripoli (file photo of ISIS fighter).



The 'world's sexiest firefighter' enlists a HUGE following

Gunn Narten, left at work, 30, from Stavanger, Norway, has amassed 113,000 Instagram followers after sharing pictures of herself at work and at the gym. The blonde bombshell takes good care of her body and is so strong she can even lift a truck. Pictures of her toned figure, inset and right, often rack up more than 9,000 likes on Instagram, with her followers professing their love for her in the comments. Despite tackling blazes in her everyday life, Gunn says her dangerous job doesn't scare her and her colleagues don't even notice her good looks. Gunn wants to use her popularity to encourage others to 'drop your phone' and enjoy life, despite becoming famous through social media apps.

In a pair of black Nike sneakers and black Nike shorts, the 19-year-old freshman popped in her Apple headphones and ran with her iPhone and a Harvard lanyard in her hand.

The jazz singer, 29, developed a connective tissue disorder, which affected her nerves until it robbed her of her hearing when she was 18 years old. Mandy grieved for 12 months afterwards.

Millions of North Koreans are believed to be suffering and starving as a result of international sanctions and the drought currently crippling the country (a North Korean farm pictured).

Ex-squaddie Neil Gordon, 41, is facing jail after he was caught on CCTV battering a grandmother over the head with an axe during a terrifying raid at Craven Street Stores in Melton Mowbray, Leics.

London Euston will be shut this weekend, while Waterloo services will continue to be disrupted and there will be no Southeastern services to or from London Bridge and Charing Cross.

The pictures, some of which date back to 1857, have been collated by Ancestry.co.uk and highlight what's changed, and what hasn't, for holidaying Brits.

The richest billionaires in tech list was released Wednesday. Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos are the first and second biggest gainers, each increasing their wealth by $15.5billion.

Shocking dashcam footage captures trail of destruction left by drunken pensioner, 71, as she drove through the streets bouncing off other cars before smashing into a lorry

Carol Rose, 71, was nearly twice the drink drive limit when she got behind the wheel of her Toyota Aygo at 3.40pm on April 26, smashing into three cars and a lorry in Ainsdale, near Liverpool. The dashcam on the front of her own vehicle shows her hitting the kerb, after she leaves her Ainsdale house, before smashing a wing mirror when she drives into a car parked on the other side of the road. Rose, who has hearing and eyesight problems, ploughed on regardless past children and parents leaving Merefield Special School. At one stage the video shows the school's lollipop man. She admitted her driving was terrible, and was banned from driving for three years, as well as given a suspended sentence.

The new 'mini shuttle' built by Sierra Nevada Corporation is about to begin its final testing, and will soon be delivering cargo to the International Space Station.

A 15-month-old toddler was found dead in a parked car in a Mason, Ohio Procter & Gamble parking lot, police said Wednesday. The child had apparently been left inside the hot car all day long.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is defending his brother Max from claims he may have been inebriated when he was arrested at a house party near the family's Hyannis Port estate in the early hours of Sunday.

Luis Eudoro Valencia, 18, said that he bought the tiger from a man in Tijuana who had a fully grown tiger on a leash. Officials confiscated the tiger on August 16 at 1.30am.

Motorcycle shop Uwe Ehinger, in Hamburg, Germany, released The Archaeologist, a premium dried gin flavored with original parts from three different vintage Harley Davidson models.

A video shows the dog named Jumpy using the bathroom in Los Angeles. He lifts his leg to pee into the urinal. Balancing on his back legs, Jumpy uses his paws to pull the flushing lever down.

An endangered orangutan in Indonesia Borneo has been rescued and will be relocated for his own safety. Half of the orangutans here have disappeared due to deforestation.

A bicycle secured with 1,000 rockets behind it blasts off in Lincolnshire, lighting up the sky in a display of fireworks. It is the latest achievement by British inventor Colin Furze.

Thomas Swales, from Edgeley, Greater Manchester, developed Friedreich's Ataxia which initially caused him to walk with a stoop, but he wore a backpack to disguise his condition.

Massachusetts woman revealed as $758m Powerball winner

A curious public has gotten their first glimpse of the woman who won the largest single-ticket Powerball prize in US history. Hospital worker, Mavis Wanczyk, 53, came forward Thursday afternoon as the $758.7 million winner of the Massachusetts State Lottery's Powerball jackpot. 'My pipe dream came true,' Wanczyk said at a news conference. Wanczyk, of Southbridge, bought the lucky ticket that matched all five numbers - 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26 - and the Powerball, 4, at the Pride Station and Store in Chicopee, Massachusetts. The smiling mother-of-two said she chose the winning numbers based on her family's birthdays. Wanczyk, who was joined by her mother and two sisters, doesn't plan to return to work. She said her dream of early retirement has finally come true. 'I called them and told them I will not be coming back,' she said as she laughed. Wanczyk said her colleague brought it to her attention that she had won the jackpot as they were driving home Wednesday night. She was leaving work from Mercy Medical Center with a Chicopee firefighter, and as they were discussing the Powerball, he looked at her ticket and told her she'd won. Unable to drive anywhere or do anything due to shock, Wanczyk said her colleague made sure she got home safely. Wanczyk, who has worked for the hospital for 32 years, said the first thing she wants to do is sit back and relax.

In the experiments led by a team at the University of Ottawa, researchers demonstrated 4D encryption between two buildings situated nearly one-fifth of a mile apart for the first time.

Mark Asay, 53, is scheduled to die at 6pm on Thursday for the killing of a black man and a Hispanic man in 1987. But he says he was never a racist, and that he's not scared of dying.

Video has emerged of cheerleaders from East High School in Denver, Colorado, being held down and forced into painful splits. In one clip, a girl begs for her coach to 'please stop' nine times.

The fake ad for the UK-based airline, illustrated by a boarding pass, promises 'two free tickets to EVERYONE', and links to a malware website that asks for the users' Facebook details.

Danielle Hillier, from Milverton in Somerset, said her son Charlie was ordered to leave AJ'z activity centre and told he could not return because he started shouting out swear words.

Dr Sandra Lee, aka Dr Pimple Popper, is dermatologist in California. Her latest viral video shows her popping a cyst that has been on man's forehead for the past six years.

The terrifying moment enormous landslide tumbles down a Swiss mountain and careers through a village leaving 14 hikers missing

This is the moment when a huge landslide began in the Swiss mountains yesterday morning, showing the beginning of the devastation it would leave it its wake minutes later. Footage shows a mass of rocks and dust come off a cliff side of the Piz Cengalo mountain, and start making its way down the valley towards the village of Bondo, near the Italian border, forcing evacuations and leaving several people feared dead. Some eight hikers are still missing more than a day after disappearing from the mountainside, and some 100 people had to leave their homes in the eastern canton of the Grisons.

David McCormick, from Cambuslang, South Lanarkshire, made the statement to the officers on Tuesday evening. But despite the fine, he claims the money was 'well spent'.

Iran introduced new rules which according to critics would have even banned Professor Steven Hawking from the classroom. Those with ugly facial moles or fungal infections also ail women with facial hair.

In the weeks before his own death Paul Insull spoke about his sadness over the suicide of the Soundgarden and Audioslave lead singer, Cannock Coroner's Court heard.

Kathleen Walsh, 25, from Northampton, was sleeping alongside her boyfriend Daniel Collict, 29, when the Galaxy S5 burst into flames, leaving her scarred for life.

Michael Lucas, 43, (pictured with defendant Felicia Adeneye, 72) also attacked the child, now 12, with belts and would twist his ear shouting 'faster, faster' as he did his homework, a jury was told.

Researchers from VU University in Amsterdam looked at why some people find exercise unpleasant and unrewarding, while others feel a sense of self satisfaction.

A research team at Amazon's Sunnyvale-based Lab126 has developed algorithms that learn about fashion from images and can create their own styles from scratch (stock image)

Evan Blass, a tech-leaker from Philadelphia, tweeted: 'Google's second-generation Pixel handsets, powered by Snapdragon 836 SoC's, will be unveiled on October 5th.'

Russia's ambassador to Sudan, Mirgayas Shirinskiy, found dead on Wednesday at his home in Khartoum, marking the fourth Russian ambassador death in eight months.

Ethical food firm Memphis Meats, based in San Francisco, is hoping to quadruple its headcount and scale up production to bring 'clean meat' to market thanks to new investment.

Stunning aerial photos capture a different side of London

Oxfordshire-based photographer Jason Hawkes has been shooting aerial views for over 20 years, capturing some of the world's most famous cities, but London is perhaps his most photographed. Explaining what attracts him to the capital, Hawkes said: 'London is just so diverse. There are beautiful parks, incredible skyscrapers and even areas that can feel quite village-like. He said: 'You can fly wherever you like over London so the choice is almost limitless, making it extremely difficult in some respects to work out where the best viewpoints are.' Pictured (from top left, clockwise to centre): Lord's Cricket Ground, London Bridge train station, excavation for the new Edwardian Hotel in Leicester Square and the River Thames meandering through the city.

Beatriz Pugliese, 22, from São Paulo, Brazil, was born with a nevus birthmark covering more than 80 percent of her body. The condition affects just one in 500,000 and left her the target of nasty remarks.

Envy-inducing views are a must for hotel-goers these days - and these are the best lodgings to get them, from New York to Paris and from London to Athens.

The analysis of dodo bones from fossil sites on the Indian Ocean island nation Mauritius, where the extinct bird was once endemic, also reveals the dodo went through a rapid early growth.

Researchers from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China have shown that quantum entanglement can be preserved of a distance of around ten feet (three metres) in seawater.

The drones are operated by Flytrex, an on demand drone delivery firm based in Tel Aviv, and can deliver a range of goods, including groceries and restaurant food.

Sandra Bran, 67, had been drinking heavily with friends when she choked on the spicy meal at a party near Southampton. An inquest heard her reflexes were effected by the alcohol.

Newcastle student chose fitness over partying to bulk up

Aylish Rutherford, 20, from South Shields, Newcastle, spent years feeling low in self-confidence because of her skinny figure (left) and often picked apart her looks, but after watching strong women compete in athletics she felt inspired to change her attitude. Used to surviving on just 1,000 calories a day and extreme cardio exercise to shed unwanted pounds, Aylish - who is 5ft 2in - instead more than doubled her calorie intake to achieve her new muscle-bound body (middle and right).

Natthan Raknui, 23, admitted he had murdered 22-year-old Jiraporn Theppaya after the pair had sex on their first date when he travelled to Songkla in Thailand to meet her.

A Chinese county has removed loudspeakers from over 300 mosques after getting noise complaints. The move was announced on state media on August 21.

Switching 'conventional' gender roles is making both sexes unhappy, finds an Illinois study. Despite better opportunities for women, society's expectations are slower to evolve, researchers say.

Anita Clark, 50, from Clayton, Manchester, was terrified when her face doubled in size and a huge blister developed across both cheeks. She had cellulitis - a deadly infection that can cause sepsis

A new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia provides a deeper explanation of why fish are expected to decline in size.

Homeless Hani Khalaf, 22, survived by stealing food and clothes after arriving in the back of a lorry posing as a Syrian asylum seeker and murdered Jairo Medina for his cash and phone.

It doesn't matter where we do it, why we do it or what we expect from the walk, found Iowa State University researchers. Physical movement alone boosts happiness due to our hunter-gatherer roots.

Alice Smellie from FEMAIL tried a selection of famous chef's cookware against similar cheaper ones. While Paul Hollywood's proved to be better than Lakeland, Other celebrity chef's disappointed.

King Salman returns to Saudi Arabia after $100m holiday

Saudi King Salman was welcomed home at Jeddah airport on Wednesday by his son after he spent a month at his favourite holiday spot, Tangier, in the north west of Morocco, on a $100million holiday. The king himself stayed in his 74-acre summer palace, one of his many properties around the world, which boasts lavish restaurants, and impressive views of the sea, while an entourage of more than 1,000, who were booked into luxury hotels. According to reports in Morocco, King Salman's trip accounts for 1.5 per cent of the country's foreign tourism revenue.

A Chinese circus trainer has reportedly been attacked by a tiger during a live performance at a theatre on August 20. The tiger was cruelly beaten on stage before letting go of its paws on its trainer.

An investigation into the man, who has not been publicly named, was launched after single mothers warned the authorities of a donor who gave his sperm at several clinics in the Netherlands.

A 1,500-year-old mosaic floor with a Greek inscription has been uncovered during works to install communications cables in Jerusalem's Old City.

The video was taken from a reservation in Wyoming, which scientist Destin Sandlin describes as the 'perfect spot' to watch the ISS's transition due to its positioning relative to the sun.

Serbuhan G, 22, who was previously arrested after being caught with 14 bags of marijuana in Hanover, was issued with a €1,800 fine for the first offence and ordered to return to court for the second.

General John Nicholson, pictured, claimed the Taliban will not defeat the US on the battlefield after President Donald Trump authorized the deployment of additional troops to Afghanistan.

Jean saved her husband Terry's life in tonight's episode of Ambulance by performing CPR for over eight minutes. The West Midlands Ambulance Service later arrived and found Terry's pulse.

A careless driver was filmed driving with one hand, as he holds up a piece of furniture with the other in Salford, Manchester.

New York restaurant worker Sarah Jampel slices bread on its side instead of on its bottom because, she says, it produces more consistent slices. The method requires a steady hand.

Hanna's Gourmet Burgers, in Hull, East Yorkshire, also wrote 'f*** you' to Emma Louise Moran on Facebook after she posted a one-star review.

Juli-Anne Coward, 50, from Leominster, Herefordshire, spent decades battling topical steroid withdrawal, which caused agonising flare-ups of sore, cracked skin every time she tried to wean herself off them.

Niall Mitchell was driving in Carlisle, Cumbria, when he spotted a black metal chain stretched across the road. As he took a photo of it, he heard a group of people sniggering in a bush nearby.

Crown Princess Victoria welcomes Sauli Niinist to Sweden

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, 40, dazzled in a swan print dress as she welcomed Finland's president Sauli Niinist to the Royal Castle, Stockholm. Joining her today was husband Prince Daniel alongside her brother Crown Prince Phillipe as well as their parents Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf. The actual date of the 100th independence day falls on 6th December, the anniversary of when Finland declared independence from Russia, but celebrations are taking place throughout 2017.

Mummy blogger Annie Fox, who runs Hacking Parenthood, described the differences between the boys' and girls' pants as 'tragic' - and said she'd ended up buying a boys' set for her daughter.

Michelle Conway, 38, ordered a pizza from the Stamford Hill branch in London on the August 1, but didn't receive it as the driver said he was 'scared of the black people outside her home'.

Officials blocked 56,000 attempts to illegally travel to Kent from ports on the French side of the Channel. It includes the ports of Calais and Dunkirk, as well as the Channel Tunnel.

Sorina Georgiana Ursa was among four people arrested as part of the operation, in which three women were rescued and are now being treated as victims by police In Portsmouth, Hants.

The college student was discovered in a makeshift den by a doctor, who was walking her dog in woodland near his home in Wigan, Greater Manchester, on March 29.

Race against time to save 32ft whale stranded on Rio beach

Dozens of locals worked overnight on Wednesday to try and save a 32ft, seven ton, humpback whale calf after it washed ashore and was unable to get itself back into the ocean. Volunteers have kept it covered with water until JCBs could be brought in to dig a channel back to the sea. The hope is that tidal waters will naturally refloat the animal and allow it to swim back to deeper waters. Humpback whales use the warm waters off the Brazilian coast as a place to mate, give birth and raise their young.

A month after he announced a ban on transgender people serving in the military via Twitter, Donald Trump has issued a memo on how the decision is to be implemented.

Researchers at NIH Clinical Center in Maryland tested exoskeleton suits on children with cerebral palsy. Six out of seven children had improved knee extension and steps after using it.

After the mother's previous two births were marred by complications, the newest addition to the family in Pennsylvania was born healthy and the couple called the figure in the picture a blessing.

Chloe Morris (pictured), 13, from Bristol, was found dead by her step-father Anthony, after having an argument with her mother Alison Alford on May 30.

A video shows the moment a baby in a bath doesn't recognize her mother who in a face mask. The baby smiles then bursts into tears.The video was taken in Plymouth, Massachusetts

A man in China had to call a firefighter to remove a cup from his back after it got stuck during a therapy session on August 22. His wife had attached one of the cups too vigorously and it became stuck.

Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, have found the brain cells responsible for depicting pitch by studying ten patients suffering from epilepsy.

Czech ex-soldier Karel Frybl, 36, admits to killing Rebecca Johnson, 26, from Fife, Scotland, who ran Santa-themed sled-dog tours in Rovaniemi, northern Finland.

The Labour leader said Britain should have a 'fair and just' trade policy and not one that allows cheap and low quality food to flood in.

The climbing graffiti robot that can scale buildings to create giant murals

A new robot will enable street artists to create complex murals in places that were previously impossible or too expensive to reach. In its first full-scale demonstration, it created a giant, six-color mural of a woman on a chimney with just one pass by switching colors as it sprayed.

Those buying second homes have contributed an extra £2billion to the treasury in the last year thanks to a 3 per cent increase in stamp duty that was introduced in April 2016.

The female suspect, who was taking a train in China, claimed she was the mother of the baby and was on her way to find her husband. But a transport police officer caught her lying.

A team of eight family members and friends transformed a 16x16 dorm room into a luxurious space complete with a faux brick wall and marble desks for two Texas State freshmen.

Put Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp in harness on Location, Location, Location and they are unbeatable. Their show trumps all other property formats on TV, writes Christopher Stevens.

Bungling bosses at Car Park Manchester - just one mile from Manchester Airport - have admitted that up to 50 holidaying families still have not been told about the key thefts.

Andrew Smithson, 31, and his employee, Joel Ducille, 26, dumped furniture, carpets and domestic and builders' waste on residential streets in Birmingham for three years.


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South African man batters dog with a stick

GRAPHIC CONTENT:A man was filmed horrifically beating a small dog in Johannesburg, South Africa. The shocking footage shows the man hitting the dog with a rope, and then a stick three times before throwing the dog across a small cliff. The Soweto Animal Rescue and Advisory Centre has offered a cash reward for information that will lead to the man being identifed.

A driver in Meltham, West Yorkshire caught the 'Loony Tunes' moment when a family of emus went on the run and caused traffic chaos yesterday. This trio of dark brown emus have no fear.

Lalit Kumar, 12, from Greater Noida, northern India, was swinging on the iron rod of a window canopy when it suddenly collapsed, causing the rod to pierce his shoulder, leaving him unconscious.

Owners share hilarious photos of their cats wearing hats

Pet owners have been sharing hilarious snaps of their moggies in a series of outlandish headgear online. While the animals are notoriously unpredictable these kitties have stayed perfectly still after being fitted with their head pieces, in order for their humans to capture the perfect snap. Miraculously several owners have been able to source miniature hats for their pets with one kitty pictured in a red sombrero while another poses in a bespoke helmet.


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RAF pilot draws penis in the skies over Lincolnshire

The Typhoon's flight path was tracked on the website FlightRadar24, showing them appearing to take some very deliberate turns to follow the phallic outline. After taking off from RAF Corningsby, the aircraft initially headed south past Spalding before turning east to begin the main section of their masterpiece. Flying over the Lincolnshire coast, the Typhoon appears to come back on itself on multiple occasions to get all the necessary outlines of the body part. And it was immediately picked up military aircraft specialists CivMilAir, who immediately shared the outline on social media.

Party lover Sonny Brahma, 33, decided to transform his wedding day into an Ibiza style shindig - but budget restrictions meant he had to swap the Spanish isle for Clacton-on-Sea, Essex.

Princess Diana asked South African designer Lana Marks to design her a one-off handbag in 1995. Lana came up with her now iconic 'Princess Diana' top handled tote bag design.

Chicken is adopted by a monkey and even falls asleep in the arms of its macaque ‘mother’ at a zoo in Israel

Black macaque Niv, 10, adopted her feathered friend after it wandered into her enclosure at the Ran Gan Safari park, near Tel Aviv, Israel. Her maternal instinct immediately kicked in and zookeepers say the pair have been inseparable ever since. Footage of the pals shows Niv sticking close to her friend as it contently pecks around the enclosure.