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Jade travelled to India in 2008 to appear on the Indian version of Big Brother in a bid to redeem herself from her racism row with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty in 2007 (pictured together left). But the mother-of-two was forced to abandon the show and fly back to the UK just two days in after receiving the devastating news she had cervical cancer. Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain reveals how she was called into the diary room to be given her diagnosis (centre). Producers decided to broadcast the heartbreaking moment she sat in tears on the phone to doctors in London, to the outrage of viewers (tweet inset) 10 years after her death. Jade died aged 27 in March 2009 (funeral pictured inset), leaving behind her husband Jack Tweed (with her right the month before she died) and two sons wifh her first husband Jeff Brazier. 

Astonishing moment thieves use keyless hack to steal a £90,000 Tesla in SECONDS - as experts continue to warn motorists of the threat to new cars

The rapid and brazen robbery was captured in the early hours of August 21 at a property in London. A hooded figure holds what appears to be an electrical pack around his neck and points a wire at the Tesla while tip-toeing towards the house (shown top). As he does so, the Tesla's headlights flash as a sign that it is now unlocked. A second figure in the background can be seen opening the driver's door and getting into the car before his hooded accomplice joins him and they speed off. Hrishi, the homeowner said: 'It was absolutely shocking how quickly it went.' Keyless fobs emit a short-range 'friendly' radio signal that carries only a few yards, which thieves can intercept by using an electrical relay system, key jamming techniques and other hacks to gain immediate access to vehicles and have been blamed for rises in car crime. Pictured bottom: A Tesla Model S similar to the vehicle stolen. 

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'.

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British television personality Carol Vorderman, 58, said she was described as 'mutton dresses as lamb' after she attended the BAFTAs in a strapless blue dress 20 years ago.

Researchers at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences in Oslo reviewed eight existing studies involving 36,000 adults. The findings were published in the British Medical Journal.

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's condition is not known.

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

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 the next 30 days as she also insisted Germany is ready for a No Deal split. The German Chancellor said if the UK could solve the 'conundrum' of the Irish border protocol then she would be willing to listen to the proposals. Mr Johnson welcomed the 'blistering timetable of 30 days' as he said he agreed the 'onus is on us to produce those solutions' as he suggested the previous government led by Theresa May had failed to adequately set out alternatives.

PETER OBORNE: From his days as a Brussels-based journalist whose motif was his ridiculing of the Eurocracy and their policies, our new Prime Minister has long been a hate figure in Europe.

School friends open 1997 time capsule buried 22 years ago

The six women (pictured) had all been 15-years-old when they decided to capture a piece of their lives in February 1997 (left). But as the years went by Gemma Lynch, Emma Page, Sian McGreary, Gemma Albiston (centre on day of the dig), Gemma Roughsedge and Katy Wynne, lost touch after leaving school. It was only when Emma, who came up with the idea of the capsule after watching Blue Peter, contacted the other girls on Facebook that the gang were brought back together. Armed with shovels and metal detectors, the 37-year-old women returned to Helsby Hill, in Cheshire, on July 27 in search of their old memories (right).

Ryanair has insisted all UK passengers should go to their airports tomorrow and Friday as they expect planes to take off on time, but could not rule out 'some small delays'.

Damien Read, pictured outside Manchester Crown Court yesterday received a 20 month jail term suspended for two years after he admitted grooming a 14-year-old girl.

Lisa Wood, 40, of Cheshire, said a family vacation to Crete booked through TUI turned into a holiday from hell due to renovation work not being completed and a 'health hazard' swimming pool.

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

Elsa Garcia (top left), 25, a London-based language student heading for a banking career, was one of 51 young people killed in the Marchioness boat disaster (right) on the River Thames in 1989. This week one grieving mother, Margaret Lockwood Croft (inset right), whose 26-year-old son Shaun (bottom left) died on the Marchioness and was one of those who had hands removed, told the Mail: 'I still believe that my son may be in the wrong grave. I plan to have him exhumed so that at last I know where he is.'

The 29-year-old Hunger Games star cited 'irreconcilable differences' in paperwork filed on Wednesday in Los Angeles. It comes 11 days after the couple announced their split.

This bank holiday weekend is set to be the hottest on record with the Met Office forecasting temperatures of up to 91F (33C), meaning millions of people will hit the roads for day trips to the seaside.

Meghan Markle attempts to turn around a week of dire PR over private jets for her and Prince Harry by Instagramming her appearance at a photoshoot for her charity clothing collection 

Meghan Markle looks like an excited schoolgirl in a behind-the-scenes video of a fashion photoshoot in London for the charity Smart Works shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram account today. The sweet clip comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have been vocal on environmental issues, provoked outrage by flying on private jets four times in 11 days this month. In the 'sneak peak' video shared to Instagram Stories, the duchess, 38, is seen helping to coordinate the shoot for the capsule collection she is spearheading in partnership with the women's charity. Smart Works, one of Meghan's first patronages, helps women, many from disadvantaged backgrounds, get interview-ready by providing them with a new outfit and coaching from a team of volunteer mentors. Meghan Markle looks like an excited schoolgirl in a behind-the-scenes video of a fashion photoshoot shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram account today. Meghan, dressed in a loose blue and white cotton shirt and dark navy skinny jeans, teamed with a pair of nude stilettos, welcomes the women arriving to take part with a huge smile and warm hugs (pictured).

How canny Cressie picked the right Harry after all

British actress and model Cressida Bonas, 30, is newly engaged to Harry Wentworth-Stanley (together left). Wealthy, impeccably connected and sporty, he is the son of Clare Milford Haven, an international polo player and former social editor for Tatler magazine who was friends with both Princess Diana and Fergie. His father is a Lloyds underwriter Nick Wentworth-Stanley, and his stepfather George Mountbatten, the 4th Marquess of Milford Haven, is worth around £150 million. Cressida previously dated Prince Harry (together right and inset) for two years until the pair split in 2014.

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.

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

Mike Summers (pictured), 56, lost his 29-year-old daughter Sarah (inset) to breast cancer in 2016. During their last conversation, she made him promise to get into shape so he could be there for her three children. After two years, and at 26st 9lb (left), Mr Summers was ready to go about keeping the promise he made in August 2018. One year later he is 12st lighter - losing a pound a month to reach 14st 7lb (right) this summer.

Lorraine Fisher ordered a dog DNA testing kit to find out more about her beloved pooch Red. She discovered he has a 'hint of sheepdog', chow chow, shar pei and Japanese akita.

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.

'You don't talk to the United States that way!' Donald Trump accuses Danish PM Mette Frederiksen of being 'nasty' for calling his plan to buy Greenland 'absurd' before he cancelled state visit in fury at territory not being for sale

Donald Trump accused the Danish prime minister of being 'nasty' when she said his plan to buy Greenland was 'absurd.' The president told reporters on the South lawn her statement on the matter 'was nasty.'  'I thought it was an inappropriate statement. All she had to do is say no, we wouldn't be interested,' he said of Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen's reaction to his proposal to buy the world's largest island, which is a Danish territory. 'I thought it was a very not nice way of saying something. They could have told me no,' he said, adding: 'All they had to do is say, no, we would rather not do that or we would rather not talk about it. Don't say what an absurd idea that is.' 'She's not talking to me,' he said of Frederiksen. 'She's talking to the united States of America. You don't talk to the United States that way. At least under me.'

Donald Trump says he'll air drop ISIS fighters into Europe, with no restrictions on the radicals' movements, if the countries they were living in before they were caught on the battlefield refuse to take them into custody.

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. Libby, 21, disappeared in the early hours of February 1 after a night out with friends. Her body was discovered in the Humber Estuary six weeks later.  Pawel Relowicz, 25, was arrested today and is being quizzed by detectives. 

Karl Dinis, 37, spends £200-£300-a-month on buying illegal tanning drug Melanotan online from China which he injects himself at home in Llanishen, Cardiff.

Being a young doctor cost my daughter her life - and it's a national disgrace

Lauren Connelly (left), 23, died in a car accident in September 2011 shortly after a night shift at Inverclyde Royal Hospital near Glasgow. Her father, Brian, said in the weeks leading up to her accident, Lauren had at one point worked ten consecutive days totalling 91-and-a-half hours, and another stretch of 12 consecutive days totalling 107-and-a-half hours.

Boris Johnson was twitchy and anxious behind his veneer of cordiality: Body language expert JUDI JAMES analyses PM's meeting with 'deadpan' Angela Merkel

Body language expert Judi James says Boris looked anxious today in Berlin. The PM met Angela Merkel to discuss reopening Brexit negotiations over the backstop. They exchanged hearty handshakes but Merkel's 'dour-faced sideways glance suggest she was quietly re-booting her power and status', according to James, who said the PM's habit of clasping his hands behind his back made him look like a naughty schoolboy.

Spending on public services in Scotland was more than £1,600 higher per person than the UK average last year, with the country still spending considerably more than it generates in tax.

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.

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. Mr Cameron, 52, looked jolly and relaxed on Tuesday as he lumbered on to the shore at Daymer Bay beach near Wadebridge, North Cornwall - a short distance from his holiday home.

Julia Sawalha accuses sister Nadia 'destroying their family'

Julia Sawalha has slammed her 'lying' sister Nadia, claiming she 'destroyed' their family. (left: together in 2010) The Absolutely Fabulous star, 50, hit out at the Loose Women presenter, 54, in a shock Twitter rant on Wednesday, accusing her of spouting 'lies and rubbish' on television in order to garner 'sympathy and attention'. The actress fired back just two days after Nadia discussed her 'really volatile relationship' with her younger sibling on Monday's edition of Loose Women (right) alleging they go through phases where they don't speak.

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

A former pilot has said the Duke of York flew on at least three flights with Epstein and his alleged 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts in 2001, something Buckingham Palace has strenuously denied.

Mother of British 12-year-old who fell to his death in Costa del Sol tells of pain

Lucas Briscoe (left), from Cheshire, was on holiday with his mother Nicola Marshall (together right) and a school friend in the Costa Del Sol resort of Fuengirola when he fell on Tuesday afternoon. They had been at the end of a two-week holiday and were getting ready to go home when the accident happened. In an emotional tribute, Ms Marshall said: 'I can't believe he's gone. He was my world. Please grab your child and cuddle them today and tell them how much you love them because they're precious and you never know when tomorrow will never come.

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.

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

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 on whether to go ahead. With £6.6billion already spent without a single piece of track being laid, ministers have given up hope of sticking to the £56billion budget - and Boris Johnson recently admitted it could be 'north of £100billion'. Mr Shapps said he told the review to 'just give us the facts… really, genuinely what it would cost to complete this project. Then we will know and we will be in a much better position to make the decision to go or no go by the end of the year.'

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?

MELISSA KITE reveals how she closed the door on her childhood home near Coventry in March, and how her parents must still work part time because HS2 lawyers nailed them down on property price.



Tragic moment US girl, 2, wearing only a nappy is rescued from her cot and carried out of her family home by a police officer after her father shot dead her mother then killed himself

A 39-year-old woman was found fatally shot multiple times inside her home in Los Angeles Monday and her husband, a man in his 60s, was discovered with a single self-inflicted gunshot wound. The couple's two-year-old daughter was found unharmed in her playpen and was carried out of the home by an officer.

KATE MULVEY: The 3G holiday, as it's known, has become a hot new trend. Once destinations used to cater to the nuclear family, now it's all about sprawling holiday cottages for big groups.

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.

Leung Chun-ying, former head of the Hong Kong government, sent a warning to senior MPs about the protests. He said: 'We seek that the British government lowers its tone'.

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.

Chloe, 28, and Aaron Bailey, 29, from Hampshire, were forced to watch it fall 'in slow motion' after the table collapsed underneath it as they went to cut it last week.

Is this proof every brunette should try being blonde?

Kate Beckinsale, 46, showed off a very different look on the set of her latest Hollywood film - with her naturally dark locks replaced by a choppy blonde bob. Most brunettes would fear the quantities of dye needed would leave their hair in a sorry state, but stylists say there's nothing to stop brunettes taking the plunge. FEMAIL sent four daring women to Daniel's London salon to find out if any brunette can go blonde. (Pictured top left, Julie Hawkins, bottom, Melissa Ladyko, top right, Judith Cook and bottom, Emma Woolfenden).

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.

A woman tweeted a screen shot of William-Adolphe Bouguereau's painting After the Bath on Monday after it was shared on Facebook, highlighting some interesting responses.

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.

Residents of Windsor have demanded a separate council. Both towns nestle on the Thames in Berkshire, date back over 1000 years, have excellent schools, Tory MPs, and £600,000 house prices.

Super high-definition images of the Titanic shipwreck reveal how iconic ship has deteriorated since it was first found 13,000 feet below the Atlantic 34 years ago 

The first ever 4K quality images of the Titanic wreckage were captured during a recent expedition led by Atlantic Productions. The high-definition footage has revealed the 'shocking' extent of its deterioration. The ship sits at around 13,000ft (4,000m) beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, where salt corrosion and metal-eating bacteria have worn away parts of the liner's structure. It's been filmed numerous times in the past, and real footage was even used in the James Cameron film about the tragedy (top right). The first ever footage from 1985 gave us the first blurry look at the ruins undersea. 

Canal Prods claims that Chase Robinson spent a four-day period in January watching 55 hours of 'Friends'. She also watched 'Arrested Development' and 'Schitt's Creek.'

Paul McCartney wanted to prune trees to let more light into his London garden. But the council said he had not provided enough information about his plans.

Prince Charles's favourite alternative pharmacist, Ainsworths of Marylebone, London, is selling pills containing atoms from the Berlin Wall. The 'medicine' is known as Murus Berlinensis costs £114.

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.

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.

Thug who battered husband and wife in front of their terrified children after woman complained about people swearing in a pub walks free from court 

Suzanne Webb was left unconscious after she and her husband, Gareth, were attacked in front of their children on Buxton High Street in February. Her teeth were broken and Mr Webb suffered cuts and bruises. The attack happened after Mrs Webb complained about a woman swearing in front of her children. Jack Lomas was given a 34-week jail sentence suspended for 12 months.

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.

With its population approaching one billion, the Chinese government introduced legislation in 1979 that limited many families to just one child. It announced a two-child policy in October 2015.

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.

The sole officer who was guarding the wing had to retreat as 19 prisoners took control. Specialist anti-riot officers were called in after the wing was put on lock down.

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.

Shocking moment road rage driver rips open car door, takes man's keys and stabs him in the leg with them

William Deadman, 41, was caught on dashcam footage on the A14 in Cambridgeshire. He stops his £36,000 car across two lanes before confronting the motorist in the vehicle behind. Deadman grabs at the door handle and reaches over the window to grapple with the motorist before snatching the keys from the ignition and lunging towards the driver's leg with them. He was sentenced to 16 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, along with a nine month driving disqualification for dangerous driving.

Controversial pension reforms introduced in 2016 mean top consultants and GPs in England are cutting their hours to avoid a tax bill on their pensions that can run into tens of thousands.

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.

Pilot Owen Leipelt filmed as his friend's plane hit the water off Half Moon Bay on Tuesday. In the water below, pilot of the downed aircraft, David Lesh was also filming as he and his passenger were rescued.

'Humiliated' teenager suffered a panic attack after being sent home from work for her

Lillie Cattell (pictured right), 18, from Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, started working at Warwick Estates, a property management company in Harlow, Essex, last September. But upon arriving for her shift last Wednesday, the teenager was dragged 'upstairs for a chat' by a member of human resources. A distraught Lillie claims: 'She told me what I was wearing was unsuitable and sent me home to change.' Lillie said she was so humiliated she suffered a panic attack in the car on the way home and had to call her dad to fetch her. Pictured: Lillie wearing the skirt that was deemed 'too short'.

Project manager Rob Jowitt at the drained Toddbrook Reservoir (Jacob King/PA)

The crumbling Toddbrook reservoir in Whaley Bridge, Derbyshire, may not be fully repaired until 2022, project manager Rob Jowitt warned today.

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.

The US House Energy and Commerce Committee sent letters to Juul, Altria and two other companies asking they turn over any research they did that might suggest they knew the health risks of e-cigs.

Unveiled: RAF's deadly new Protector drone is fitted with 'game-changing technology'

The new Protector drones will replace the Reaper model, currently in service over Iraq and Syria, which have to fly in segregated airspace in which there are no other planes. The Protectors will also be able to stay in the air for up to 40 hours - twice as long Reapers - and will be controlled anywhere in the world by pilots at RAF Waddington. The Protectors - which can travel at 240mph at an altitude of 40,000ft - were unveiled to RAF crews for the first time during a test flight in the US last week. Pictured: The Protector drone.

Researchers at the University of East Anglia, commissioned by the World Health Organization, concluded people who took more of them were no less likely to be diagnosed with the condition.

This photo provided by NASA, astronauts Andrew Morgan and Nick Hague (not seen) begin to install a docking port delivered by SpaceX last month outside the International Space Station on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019.  The port will be used by SpaceX and Boeing once they start launching astronauts to the orbiting lab late this year or early next year.   (NASA via AP)

NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan installed a docking port delivered by SpaceX last month. It will be used by SpaceX and Boeing once they start launching astronauts.

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Running Man! Brave man records his every treadmill run as he loses 42 pounds over the course of just eight months

Billy Richards, 25, recorded the time-lapse footage at his home in London. On his first entry recorded on January 1, 2019, he weighed 17 stone exactly. Just eight months later he had dropped to 13 stone and 6 pounds. He said the weight-loss left him feeling happier and healthier than ever.

The trailer was seen veering across the motorway on the Surrey and Kent border. It caused delays of around 40 minutes as it zigzagged down the major road.

A paragliding cockapoo has taken to the skies above Wales - and then been nominated as Britain's bravest pet. Henry is strapped in by his owners before trying the walkies alternative.

New Zealand parliament speaker cradles a fellow MP's six-week-old baby boy and feeds him from a bottle during a debate

Trevor Mallard fed the six-week-old baby boy from a bottle (pictured) and rocked him in his arms in the speaker's chair during a House of Representatives session in Wellington, New Zealand. The baby is the son of Tamati Coffey, a Labour MP and former television host, and his husband Tim Smith. It was born to a surrogate mother in July, when Mr Coffey revealed how the baby's two fathers were 'dads overwhelmed at the miracle of life'.



Brazen shoplifter is spared jail after filling his trolley with alcohol worth £438 and strolling out of the front door without paying as he was caught on his THIRD attempt 

Richard Pope, 40, visited an Asda in Spennymoor, County Durham, and took alcohol and snacks worth more than £438 over an eight day period, before being caught on his third attempt. On June 20, he stole alcohol and three bags of crisps before returning a few hours later and stealing clothing. He was caught on June 28 when he tried to walk out of the door with more alcohol and other groceries. Pope was stopped by a security guard and member of staff who grabbed his trolley with CCTV showing the 40-year-old immediately abandoning the items and walking away. Newton Aycliffe Magistrates Court sentenced him to 12 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months.

Leopard brothers acrobatically fight one another in Kenyan nature reserve 

American photographer Trish Hennessy, 61, captured photos of two leopards play fighting on her first day of safari at the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya in June. The pair were initially playing in a bush before they climbed on top of the rocks on the hill to put on the show.