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Fans have been begging Antonella Roccuzzo, who met the footballer when she was just five, to help change Messi's mind after he decided to end…
Michael Gove should pull out of the Conservative leadership race, party grandee Ken Clarke has said, condemning his political manoeuvring as “suitable for an election…
The presenter is said to be in serious trouble over his 'control freak' behaviour on set
The victim, a 36-year-old woman, was attacked by a man near a pub in Leeds city centre in the early morning.
One week on from Brexit, #WeAreHere has given us a timely reminder that 'solidarity wins over division'
Postal ballots will determine whether anti-immigration candidate will become EU's first far-right head of state.
The former chancellor said there was no 'trust' for the Justice Secretary after his dramatic betrayal of Boris Johnson yesterday, which sent the ex-London mayor…
The Royal Family last night led the nation in commemorating the thousands of troops who lost their lives in the Battle of the Somme, which…
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news
Nico Rosberg edges Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in a rain-interrupted second practice session at the Austrian Grand Prix.
John Breeze owned thousands of vile abuse images, assaulted three children aged 13 to 16 between 1998 and 2000 and took indecent photos of them
MailOnline was contacted by a victim abused by Slade in 1979 when he was just 14 after he read an expose into how he had…
Carmakers may soon ditch animal hides for innovative new upholstery materials, including silk, wool and even sustainable vinyl made from discarded pineapple leaves.
Footage shows a cyclist painfully face-planting the road after speeding across a pedestrian crossing in Tyumen, south-central Russia. Thankfully he only suffered minor injuries.
Tory MP Ben Wallace said the Justice Secretary should share the fate of unfortunate Game of Thrones character Theon Greyjoy as tensions escalated further.
What will the Iraqi government do with its hard-won military victory in Fallujah to make it politically sustainable?
ANGELA Merkel's reputation in eastern and southern Europe is in tatters as new research lays bare the growing divisions ripping the European Union apart.
The live tribute saw actors lined up at railway stations, office blocks and precincts where they broke into renditions of We're Here Because We're Here…