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Photographer Tanakit Suwanyangyaun, 37, captured this amazing image off the Sri Lankan coast as the Blue Whale emerged from the deep chasing after krill. He said it was 'massive'.
The British public are now chugging 898 million litres of fruit juices and smoothies each year. But experts warn fruit and veg obsession could spark a potentially fatal reaction
Instagram posts show Luke Jewitt, 33, enjoying visits to the luxury Santai Hotel in Birmingham – where spa days cost up to £140 – with his mother.
Tom Bradby, 52, was forced to take almost five months off from ITV's News At Ten after being struck down by Insomnia. It is a condition that affects as many as 50 per cent of Britons.
Mel B was reportedly rushed to hospital after going blind on Friday, just weeks before the Spice Girls reunion tour is due to kick off.
The Netherlands' Duncan Laurence topped this year's Eurovision in Tel Aviv, Israel, where some performers waved Palestinian flags following calls to boycott the competition.
The Care Quality Commission's inquiry was ordered The Mail on Sunday exposed shocking treatment in secretive units. The man held for a decade may be autistic Tony Hickmott, 42
Erica Pawson, killed herself when husband Paul, from Lincolnshire, went on Kyle's show Britain's Worst Husband and subsequently ended the couple's 18-year marriage.
UK actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge has revealed that she was such a tomboy as a youngster that she would have ‘jumped’ at the chance of becoming transgender.
The foundations of Mr Morrison's stunning come-from-behind victory in the Australian federal Election were largely built on one key factor - the prime minister's ability to sell a simple message.
Jane Callaghan, 48, from Hampshire, reportedly believes that the popular daytime show's lie detector test did not contribute towards the death of 65-year-old partner Steve Dymond.
We are told we should relax about the fate of Britain because new ravens have hatched at the Tower of London. I am more worried by another very frightening omen last week.
Austin Eubanks, 37, was found at his Steamboat Springs home on Saturday morning. There were no signs of foul play and an autopsy is scheduled Monday to determine the cause of death.
Amazon's offer will target homes with a smart speaker – enabling people to ask a remote assistant such as Alexa to play their favourite music from an online library containing millions of tunes.
The congressman accused Trump of engaging in 'impeachable conduct' stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's lengthy investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
'As most people know, and for those who would like to know, I am strongly Pro-Life, with the three exceptions - Rape, Incest and protecting the Life of the mother,' Trump tweeted late on Saturday.
The Queen star, 73, unveiled a new hair transformation at the elusive event ditching her white locks for a bold bubblegum pink hairdo.
In the ad, which is part of Calvin Klein's latest ‘My Calvins’ campaign, model Bella Hadid is seen making out with Lil Miquela, a computer-generated robotic model.
Princess Anne (pictured) had to make a quick costume change after she went from the royal wedding at Windsor Castle to a departure march by the Household Cavalry through the town.
Donald Cheetham, 77, from Pershore, Worcestershire was diagnosed with malignant melanoma and it spread to his lungs, liver, brain, lymph nodes, spleen, bones and skin.
The Duchess of Sussex was last night embroiled in a fresh row over claims that she gave approval for a media blitz to boost her public image. It followed Friday's broadcast of a 60-minute US documentary.
Architects Adam White and Andree Davies invited the MoS for an exclusive preview of the Royal Horticultural Society's Back To Nature Garden – co-designed by the Duchess of Cambridge.
The crimes of Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Suttcliffe, are to be investigated once more - this time by a Netflix documentary. The show is said to uncover crimes that the monster was not convicted for.
A memo revealing Prime Minister Theresa May's intentions to block proposals for a new law protecting Northern Ireland Veterans from facing murder charges has come to light.
The quadruple burial took place at Kanzunza cemetary in Butembo in the North Kivu province of the country. Butembo is the current epicenter of Congo's tenth outbreak of Ebola.
Violence broke out at a Tommy Robinson campaign event in Greater Manchester today as masked supporters clashed with crowds shouting ‘racist scum’ as bricks and bottles thrown.
James Charles has released a 'final' 41-minute video in defence of alleged claims made by his former 'mentor',Tati Westbrook that he 'tricked a straight man into thinking he was gay' at her birthday dinner.
EXCLUSIVE: Cold War documents report that Geoffrey Robinson (pictured) divulged information about Britain's nuclear deterrent over 51 meetings with a spymaster from Czechoslovakia.
Drug mule Lindsay Sandiford (pictured), 62, from Yorkshire, has resigned herself to her fate of death by firing squad in Bali's grim Kerobokan prison.
Iceland's Eurovision act could face punishment after displaying Palestinian flags during the broadcast, organisers said. Hatari, a leather-clad bondage punk trio, previously criticised the leader of Israel.
MICHAEL BURLEIGH: If anyone still doubts just how dangerous war with Iran would be, they should listen to yesterday’s warning from former CIA head General David Petraeus.
Eurovision was actually not that bad. Unfortunately…The standard of performance had changed significantly.
A poll of 1,000 people found that British males spend an average £760-a-year on 'essentials' to keep their skin in tip-top condition and spend more time on skincare on average than women.
The former Foreign Secretary’s surge in the leadership race has led to a ‘stampede’ by the party’s donors to switch money from Mrs May’s operation to Mr Johnson’s campaign.
US paratroopers have been practicing ahead of the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day landings by jumping from a C-130 sporting the black and white stripped markings used by allied aircraft on June 6, 1944.
The USS Abraham Lincoln was spotted on its way to the Strait of Hormuz near Iran following an unspecified 'threat' by the state as tension between the US and Iran increase.
Co-op launched the shopping droids last year in Milton Keynes – and in recent weeks has extended the scheme to a second store in the town.
Sir Keir Starmer faced a bitter backlash from Northern Labour MPs fearful that their Brexit-backing voters are now deserting Labour because of his pro-EU stance.
The Irish TV star has been offering his characteristically sarcastic analysis of the acts which are taking to the stage in Israel tonight.
Three 'civil servants' working for European Commission president Jean Claude Junker, pictured, were sacked from their Brussels headquarters during 2018.
Olympic sprinting legend Usain Bolt is hoping to kickstart an electric scooter revolution in Britain – by persuading Ministers to legalise them as an alternative to 'Boris bikes'.
Brian Cromby, 34, from Liverpool, faces two charges of fraud by misrepresentation under the Serious Crime Act 2007.
Of the 74 dresses the Duchess has worn in public during the past 12 months, just 19 – 26 per cent – were designed by Brits. Introducing her son to the world in a dress by Brit Grace Wales Bonner.
SERENA LIPSCOMB, now 23, was living in Essex with her mother Melanie and father Ian when she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
The first time I saw an adult in full flight was in 1981 as it circled in a clear blue sky above the island of Rum, the sun catching the white fringe to its tail. What a creature!
Theresa May will make a ‘bold offer’ to Labour MPs on staying close to Brussels trade laws indefinitely in a last-gasp attempt to get her Brexit deal over the line.
Rachel Bentham has come under fire from parents at Norden Community Primary School in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, who are up in arms over her 'military' camp regime.
The Environment Secretary has set a target for the average amount of water used by individuals to be cut from 141 litres a day to just 118 litres – the equivalent of one-and-a-half baths.
The proposals came to light 24 just hours after white supremacist Jack Renshaw was jailed for life for plotting to hack to death Labour MP Rosie Cooper.
Steele Saunders and his wife Sally left their jobs and endured death threats and vigilante attacks during the 12 months that Graeme Brandon, from Poole, posed online as commando Mr Saunders.
Hairy men from around the world have descended on Antwerp in Belgium for the 2019 World Beard and Mustache Championships.
The giggling Duchess of Cambridge recaptured her tomboy childhood as she played on a rope swing slung from a tree – in the garden she’s designed for the Chelsea Flower Show.
When she was 14 months old, Octavia Begbey, from Kent was diagnosed with a tumour lodged in the centre of her brain which, although itself benign, was just days from killing her due to a build-up of fluid.
On Thursday, Britain votes in the European elections. If the opinion polls prove to be even remotely accurate, they will be won decisively by the Brexit Party, writes DAN HODGES.
Former Cabinet minister Esther McVey will embark on a ten-date pub tour to set out policies designed to entice working-class voters back to the party.
Jeremy Corbyn joined six other political party leaders at Westminster to urge the Prime Minister to act now. The party leaders made clear the Prime Minister had not done enough to compensate victims.
Top brass want squaddies to use more than 100 Army fuel depots instead, but troops say that will only add time and mileage to journeys and cancel out any savings.
Makers of a powerful asthma drug that can trigger hallucinations, night terrors and suicidal thoughts could be forced to put prominent warnings on its products in the UK.
The claims against the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), the world’s biggest sexual health charity, were made by Lucien Kouakou, the charity's former Africa regional director (pictured).
Londoner Sarah Westcott, 44, right, had her youngest son Gabriel, now three, immunised after her 14-year-old daughter Bridy, left, suffered badly with chickenpox as a young girl.
The Green Dot logo appears on hundreds of UK supermarket products and is thought to boost sales, because environmentally friendly shoppers think it means it is recyclable.
Sajid Javid is seeking greater powers for police to clamp down on protesters such as those taking part in last month's climate change demonstrations across London.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother James Middleton sent customers of his gift company Boomf an email full of jokes and references to Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
I wanted to scream every time positivity was prescribed. I’d been warned I might not see my daughter's fifth birthday. I was shell-shocked and denied the right to feel fear or sorrow
Kerry Daynes’s job took her from maximum-security prisons to secure hospitals, working with highly complex criminals. Then, in 2011, a sinister email from a stranger turned the tables
Scarlett Langton, 10, who suffers from asthma, said to her mother 'don't let me die' before collapsing and turning blue outside a doctor's surgery in Denton, Manchester.
Donald Trump's White House is trying to secure an invitation for Nigel Farage to attend the state banquet being hosted by the Queen when the President visits the UK next month.
As a teenager, Ana fled the distillery town of Santa Cruz del Norte to follow her seemingly impossible dream of escaping its grinding poverty through acting. Aged 31 she will play the latest Bond girl.
The Duke of Cambridge was cheered by the 85,000-strong crowd as he walked on to the pitch to shake hands with the teams before watching City thump Watford and clinch the domestic treble.
Geoffrey Robinson's champagne lifestyle soon came to symbolise Tony Blair's break with Labour's socialist roots, with the Labour leader jetting off for free holidays at Mr Robinson's Tuscan villa.
Now living in a £800,000, five-bedroom home Karel Pravec appears to have put his spying days behind him.The 88-year-old was stunned when The Mail on Sunday confronted him.
The political killing of Kim Jong Nam, the elder half-brother of North Korean despot Kim Jong Un, could have been lifted from the pages of a Cold War thriller.
Tornado Alley - from North Dakota down to Texas - is going to be the most impacted by the dangerous weather but 18 states in total and roughly 40million residents are at risk.
Smart coffee machines which can be controlled over the internet using special apps could be targeted by hackers who use the devices to steal their owner's credit card details.
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The devices, for sale in the UK, allow stalkers to track their victims, listen to their phone calls and even operate the camera on their computers.
It may have successfully averted disaster by rearing four new raven chicks, but the Tower of London now has another shortage to tackle – a lack of Beefeaters.
Police investigating the killing of journalist Lyra McKee in Northern Ireland say a picture of a young man in 'Team9' jogging bottoms (pictured) could hold the key to unmasking her murderer.
Physiotherapists at the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton-on-Tees concluded that some slouching can ‘provide a valuable alternative to upright sitting’ in patients with lower-back pain.
DR ELLIE CANNON: Gout is not just a problem reserved for Europe's ancient kings who over-indulged in rich foods and drank too much port.
Jacob Rees-Mogg may be only a backbencher, but he is also one of the most famous faces in British public life thanks to that idiosyncratic style and his relentless calls for a harder line on Brexit
‘Most people have no idea how close we were to nuclear war at that time,’ says Ben Macintyre, author of The Spy And The Traitor, which tells the extraordinary true story of Oleg Gordievsky
A simple hour-long operation could be ‘life-changing’ for the thousands of Britons left permanently disabled due to damaged nerves
A revolutionary drug that halts migraines in their tracks is giving Britain's NHS patients their lives back.
Southend's Seven Hotel is a glitzy affair with its gold designer lamps and cool cocktail bar, says the Mail on Sunday's T.D Isacke. There are 37 rooms divided into cosy, calm and comfy categories.
DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Rob Reinhart, an assistant professor at Boston University, wanted to see if he could improve the working memory of older volunteers by giving their brains a bit of a tickle.
Rock stars and unhappy childhoods go together like cocaine and rolled-up £50 notes. It’s something most of my biographical subjects have had in common
Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh are suspected of being part of the vile IS kidnap and execution cell led by Mohammed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John.
The 'Terminator' star was filming an athlete jump rope while in a gymnasium at the Arnold Sports Festival in Sandton, when a stranger jump-kicked him from behind.
Border Force officials intercepted a boat carrying 11 men at 5.50am, before another boat was found carrying nine migrants at 7.50am off the Kent coast.
Lady Gabriella, the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, will marry Thomas Kingston at St George's Chapel in Windsor - the third royal wedding at the venue in less than a year.
People gathered outside the BBC headquarters in Portland Place in London today waving banners and flags. Six former soldiers who served in Northern Ireland during the Troubles are facing charges.
Thousands of make-up artists, models and exhibitors descended on the International Make-Up Artist Trade Show in Olympia, London to show off the best the industry has to offer.
The investigation which led to Captain Nick Cooke-Priest's sacking as commander of the HMS Queen Elizabeth has been found to have started because of allegations which were untrue.
The Duchess of York, 59, arrived at St George's Chapel, Windsor this morning alongside her daughter Princess Beatrice and the 30-year-old's new boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
The footage, which was filmed at Rocky Point dock in Port Moody, Canada, starts with the man standing on the back of his boat which is attached to his car by a trailer.
The woman had been walking bare foot along Llangennith beach in South Wales when she endured 'pin prick' wounds on her toe. She was rushed to hospital half an-hour later after collapsing.
Dr Keith Wolverson, 52, of Derby, said the patient agreed to remove her niqab without any hesitation as they sat in the consulting room at Royal Stoke University Hospital.
Quentin Tarantino and his wife Daniella Pick attended the The Wild Goose Lake premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday - which saw abortion protestors invade the red carpet.