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Everything we know so far Television. Volkswagen to stop making its iconic Beetle cars from next year Cars. The clip was filmed by an unknown bystander and begins with a male employee and customer engaged in a furious brawl, with the worker seemingly held in a headlock. Four of his colleagues desperately struggle to grab the customer as he appears to choke their co-worker.
The Shepherds Bush branch has a reputation as one of the roughest McDonald's in London, but in March this year the branch owner claimed they had refuced anti-social behaviour by playing classical music. The former ice house pictured , located on the shores of Loch Crinan in Scotland, was originally built in and used to store ice essential for keeping salmon fresh for market.
The original property has been retained in full but a glass extension dubbed 'the Fox's glacier mint extension' allows for view across the Scottish countryside protected from the elements. Charlie Chafer, six, has been banned from classes at Drayton Park Primary School in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, after restyling his hair over the summer holidays. His mother, who is now threatening to move him to a different school, claims a teacher put water on his hair to flatten his treasured mohawk down.
Relatives of Michael Cash - who was spray-painted in Middlesbrough - say the police have told them a body discovered in a cemetery could be their loved one. Anna Doherty, 19, started to feel unwell five days into an all-inclusive holiday in the resort of Hurghada in March.
The resort is the same as where John and Susan Cooper were staying before they died. Fundraiser Gary Gardner, 56, has been found guilty of two counts of fraud at Leicester Crown Court after pocketing cash collected for the young son of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Dame Louise Ellman, who has been an MP since , has been criticised by left-wing activists for speaking out on the scandal. A Ryanair flight from London Stansted to Copenhagen with people on board was put in jeopardy after one of the plane's nosewheels fell off during take-off.
The giant fish - weighing around kg - was mistakenly netted off the coast of Devon by fishermen looking for sprats. The men were not able to keep the bluefin tuna due to fishing quotas.
Incredible photos from show the extent of the prospering industry at Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, with women gutting and salting huge amounts of fish everyday. Tom Tugendhat, the high-flying chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, today insisted the party had to stop 'banging on about Europe' and look to a future led by politicians like himself.
Andrei Burnaz told the inquest into the Westminster terror attack how he frantically searched the London bridge for his partner after she was struck by Khalid Masood's car. The Office for National Statistics said 18 year-olds spend more time glued to their screens on Facebook or other social media sites, or playing computer games. The last time the national target of 85 per cent of patients starting treatment within 62 days of an urgent GP referral in England was hit was in December , according to the NHS figures.
Millie Stipetic, 22, from Darlington, was left fighting for her life in intensive care after being badly beaten and left for dead by her boyfriend Dean Young, It comes a month after Birmingham was taken from G4S.
World leaders and international dignitaries gathered to pay their last respects to former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan at his funeral in Ghana today. The grandson of tribal chiefs, he was the first black African to become the UN leader, serving from to Annan's Swedish wife Nane Maria.
At least seven have been hurt following a landslide at Navagio beach on the island of Zante, one of Greece's most popular travel destinations, state agency ANA said. They whipped up a whirlpool that overturned three boats,' an eyewitness told the agency.
Authorities shut down access to the beach, which lies at the foot of a metre foot cliff and is accessible only by boat, as a precaution. This video captures human traffickers filming the 'safe delivery' of illegal immigrants in Spain to ensure payment from their relatives.
The smugglers are heard asking each arriving migrant, reportedly from north Africa, to look into the camera before jumping off a boat and swimming to the Playa de Los Lances beach in the Cadiz province. A Spanish voice is heard giving the migrants instructions to 'wait' and 'look at the camera' as the young men jump into the water one at a time.
Caught off guard, the king of the jungle stares at her with a sheepish look before returning back to his usual self moment later. This is not the first time a lion has been on the receiving end of a furious lioness. Volkswagen has said that it would end production of the iconic car in , following a pair of final editions of the insect-inspired vehicles.
The disgraced Trump campaign chair, 69, is expected in court in Washington D. Friday for a deal with Mueller's prosecutors to be announce.
Trump mused publicly about a pardon. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has defeated Democratic primary challenger Cynthia Nixon to win his party's nomination for a third term. The case was brought to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France by a group of journalists and rights activists who believe that their data may have been targeted. Italy's first sex doll brothel, LumiDolls Torino in Turin was raided by police just nine days after opening on September 3.
It was found to be breaking laws on renting out accommodation. Vladimir Putin traveled to the Tsugol military range, in Russia's far east, on Thursday to personally oversee the third day of the Vostok military drills, which are the largest in Russia for 30 years. In the note Nelson also tries to reassure the official that the British fleet blocking his Italian port are not to the detriment of locals.
The healthy calf, who is yet to be named, was born in Navalur village in Thanjavur in the southern state of Tamil Nadu on August These stunning portraits show some of the remaining members of an ancient tribe known as the Aryans of the Himalayans — who traditionally engage in wife-swapping and celebrate public displays of affection. Drokpa means Aryan or white-skinned in Ladakhi — and the 3, or so remaining members are believed to descend from a group of long-long soldiers from Alexander the Great's army, according to photographer Aman Chotani.
World's cutest fight as wild llamas 'hug' during battle. Bing Site Web Enter search term: If the shoe fits! Sarah Jessica Parker is eviscerated by animal rights activists after they show up at her NYC shoe store opening and lambaste her for wearing fur Moment weatherman walks off air on live TV as station in North Carolina is evacuated due to rising flood water caused by Hurricane Florence Tragic scenes inside apartment where white cop shot dead her black neighbor - including half eaten cereal and a flip flop where he was killed, as metal fire doors that slam locks contradict her claims entry was open when she mistook it for her own Jimmy Buffett leads the scores of people ignoring 'life-threatening' storm surges by riding the waves off the Carolinas - while others ignore evacuation orders for the 'adrenaline rush' and PARTY instead Snakes on a coastal plain?
Scotland Yard says social media giants are making murders harder to solve - including tragic torture case of girl, eight, which saw tech firms take 18 months to hand over vital evidence Police investigating the killing of eight-year-old Ayesha Ali in Romford, east London, had to wait 18 months to get hold of evidence which helped jail her mother and her lesbian lover.
Film-maker breaks final taboo with seven-minute sequence filming a hospice patient's actual death in new documentary The moment of death has been filmed by director, Steven Eastwood, in his new documentary which shows hospice patients confronting their final days.
Joan Collins hits back at son's claims about her ex-husband Anthony Newley saying 'He loved young women of 17 - not children by any means' Dame Joan Collins has hit back at her son's claims about her ex-husband Anthony Newley.
Man who became Mother Goose! It might have been a bird-brained idea to raise seven goslings and teach them to fly but the result is a story that will make your heart soar Michael Quetting knew the geese long before they hatched and had even read them stories while they were still in the egg. Boy, 14, found dying in school 'killed himself amid claims he was being bullied' as devastated father mourns his 'charismatic, wonderful' son Bradley John, was found dying at St John Lloyd Catholic Comprehensive School inset in Llanelli, west Wales, yesterday.
Parents slam 'expert panel' which refuses to let their son, 3, use cannabis oil to treat his severe form of epilepsy Ilmarie and Alex Braun from Chester are desperate to secure help for Eddie, three, who has a severe form of childhood epilepsy. New iPhones are 'too big for women to hold': Torpedo aimed at the heart of middle Britain: A whole lot of spending money: Is British football cashing in on junk food? Doctors attack 'loophole' which allows Premier League to sign new multimillion pound deal with Coca-Cola The drinks giant is joining Cadbury and Carling, which are already members of a group of seven key sponsors.
The best place to retire? BBC bosses say they can end the infuriating delay on its iPlayer Nervously shifting their chairs and leaning forward to assert power: Body language expert reveals Russian novichok assassins looked anxious and stressed during interview in which they claimed they were 'just tourists' in Salisbury Two Russian assassins accused of trying to kill Russian double agent Sergei Skripal by putting deadly nerve agent Novichok on his door-handle were today interviewed on Russian State TV and said they were only tourists not killers.
Twitter ridicules Salisbury assassins with hilarious memes as Jeremy Hunt says: Judge denounces use of rule against those who have made legal tax amendments. Politics Tory Brexit faction censured for using public funds for campaigning. Politics live Readers' edition. Brexit No-deal could be as bad as financial crash, Carney says. Labour conference Debate on final Brexit vote a must, say constituencies. Labour Rosie Duffield considering her future as an MP.
Lily Allen speaks of sexual assault by record industry executive. Singer warns that similar abuse is rife in music business despite the MeToo movement. Netflix hunts long-term UK production base amid race for studios. The year-old singer allegedly attacked a fan in a hotel room after a concert in December Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts brought to brink by fire.
Tory infighting over Brexit: Skripal suspects' account of Salisbury trip does not add up. Space debris, roaming charges and other no-deal Brexit perils. Salisbury pair's unlikely story only makes UK's case stronger. Jacob Rees-Mogg and his Brexiters increasingly look like a busted flush. Eurosceptic group paper on Irish border offers no breakthrough ideas. Corbyn nails it with focus on universal credit. Tory rebels may hit magic number but May remains their best bet.
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