Health & Fitness

Indian father is convinced he is PREGNANT after having sex with another man

The 52-year-old Indian man refused to believe only women can become pregnant. The situation is reminiscent of the fictional film Junior, where Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a pregnant scientist.
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Zika Virus could prove fatal with three deaths linked to suspected complications

The Brazilian Health Ministry said the virus was found in the body of a woman, 20, who died from respiratory problems. It was also found in the body of two adults who died from suspected Zika complications.

Father and sons guilty of fire deaths

A man and his two sons are found guilty of murdering two teenagers and a baby in a house fire.

Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce says Adam Johnson will miss Manchester United match after pleading guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years

Sam Allardyce has says Adam Johnson will not play for Sunderland against Manchester United. Johnson has pleaded guilty to grooming and sexual activity with a child under 16 years.

The campaign to lower Premier League ticket prices is an ongoing battle uniting fans from all clubs, despite Livepool owners lessening the cost at Anfield after walkout

Sportsmail has spoken with supporters of all 20 Premier League clubs to gather thoughts on what should happen next in the continuing campaign to lower the price of tickets.
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Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe 'shocked' and 'hurt' by accusations he had stopped trying at Wolves and insists 'I did my best'

Benik Afobe left Wolves last month to join Bournemouth in a £10m deal and was recently accused by Wanderers' head of recruitment Kevin Thirlwell of not trying for the Midlands club.

Psychiatrist struck off over affair

Psychiatrist Adam Osborne is struck off the medical register for having a two-year affair with a vulnerable patient.

Bojan signs new contract with Stoke

Stoke City forward Bojan Krkic signs a new four-and-a-half-year contract with the Premier League club.

Vatican promotes Lent on Telegram

The Vatican is using the controversial instant messaging app Telegram to promote Lent

Courts and tribunal closures announced

Nearly a fifth of all courts and tribunals in England and Wales are to close as part of "modernisation" plans, the government confirms.
TV & Showbiz

Star Wars prosecuted over Ford injury

The production company behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens is being prosecuted over the incident which left Harrison Ford with a broken leg.

Transgender teen who has become the only boy in all-girls school told to wear skirt

Jordan Morgan, 13, decided he was not comfortable with living as female last year and returned to Gloucester High School for Girls with his new identity in January.

Sainsbury’s becomes first supermarket to axe bogof deals for being confusing

Sainsbury's today announced the BOGOFs - buy one get one free - and similar deals will gradually disappear in stores across the UK between now and August. This follows a similar decision by Tesco.
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Simon Zebo misses Ireland's clash with France in Paris due to injury as Fergus McFadden makes the bench

Ireland took the unusual step of delaying their team selection until after Thursday's training session, such was the size and importance of the walking-wounded contingent.

Deepcut recruits 'took illegal drugs'

Army recruits were left running around taking illegal drugs and drinking while under age, an inquest into the death of a teenage soldier hears.

Sir Alex Ferguson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Co in their own words on Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho looks set to be in the Man United dug-out next season. So Sportsmail has gone through the archives to look for quotes from United stars past and present speaking about Mourinho.
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Russian tycooons Alexander and Evgeny Lebedev in talks to sell the i newspaper for £24million to Johnston Press

Local paper publisher Johnston Press confirmed it is in advanced talks to snap up the title, which has a daily circulation of 275,000 copies.

Welsh village Fairbourne to be 'decommissioned' as it will be lost to the sea 

People living in Fairbourne in Cardigan Bay have been told maintenance of a sea wall protecting their homes could be stopped in 40 years, leaving them at the mercy of the sea
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Met chief Bernard Hogan-Howe is handed just a ONE year extension to his contract

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe will now face a further review of his contract next year amid a growing scandal over Operation Midland, a murder probe triggered by a single witness.

Russian billionaire sells his £15m superyacht because it is 'not big enough'

London-based property magnate Kirill Pisarev, 46, one of Russia's youngest billionaires, is in the Court of Appeal after a company claimed he owes £615,000 on the sale of his superyacht.
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Thomas Cook sees bookings and revenues fall as terror attacks deter holidaymakers

Shares in FTSE 250-listed firm fell more than 2 per cent in morning trading, but had recovered by lunchtime to add 0.15p at 95.95p as it reassured investors that the new year had seen an improvement.
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The exterior of HSBC's headquarters is pictured in east London on June 9, 2015. 

Scandal-hit bank HSBC said today it would cut its global headcount by up to 50,000 as part of a restructuring that entails its withdrawal from Brazil and Turkey, while it also mulls abandoning London as its HQ.   


HSBC changes its mind on cuts and goes ahead with pay rises despite warning of uncertain outlook

A memo by chief executive Stuart Gulliver has revealed that the bank will cut costs in a different way while going ahead with pay rises which it had previously ruled out, according to Reuters.
Dave Harper, a wannabe soldier, has been exposed as a Walter Mitty liar for claiming to get a top medal - with the worst ever photoshopped picture. See SWNS copy SWFAKER. Dave Harper was exposed as a big fat liar after posting the dodgy fake on his Facebook page nicked from an actual hero soldier being given the third highest medal for gallantry. Harper put the picture up on his personal page, claiming to have been awarded the Military Cross for serving in Northern Ireland - despite the picture showing an Afghanistan conflict medal awarded. But the fantasist instead used a picture of Lance Corporal Alfie Pope of the Parachute Regiment, getting a rightly-earned medal from the Prince of Wales On February 9, 2012, during an Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Shameless liar Harper pasted his ginger-moustachioed face over the top - complete with a perfectly level line below his beret - and claimed the picture was taken in October 1969.

Dave Harper claims he is a war hero after posting TERRIBLE fake picture

Dave Harper, from Bolton, was exposed after posting the manipulated image on his Facebook page - stolen from a genuine hero soldier just given the third highest medal for gallantry.

UK Weather sees Arctic blast sends temperatures plummeting to -6C with 80mph winds

The temperature in Oxfordshire fell to -6C this morning and snow could fall as far south as the Cotswolds this weekend, while the heaviest falls are expected to be in northern Scotland tomorrow.

Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores wants fans to watch football for free

Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores does not understand why English football is so expensive and and wants fans to be able to watch the game for free.

Saudi teacher 'kills six colleagues'

A teacher has opened fire at an education department office in Saudi Arabia's southern Jazan province, killing six colleagues, officials have said.
Science & Technology

Android users are finally getting new WhatsApp emoji FOUR MONTHS after iPhone

The latest update of WhatsApp (2.12.441) for Android has started rolling out the new icons to users, which include robot faces, popcorn and upside down faces.
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'Making the Case for Britain in Europe' Chatham House lecture, London, Britain - 11 Feb 2016

Hilary Benn rebukes Jeremy Corbyn over Trident and North Korea's ambition

Amid a fierce row over plans to renew the Trident nuclear deterrent, Mr Benn said the weapon system had been 'successful'. Mr Corbyn believes the UK should give up its deterrent.

Bordeaux duo Lamine Sane and Jerome Prior suspended indefinitely by the club after dressing room fight 

French newspaper L'Equipe claim goalkeeper Jerome Prior and defender Lamine Sane came to blows in a fierce fight before being separated by security officials after their side's defeat by Nantes.
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Former Wales and Cardiff midfielder Graham Moore dies at the age of 74

Former Wales international Graham Moore has died at the age of 74. Hengoed-born Moore played 85 games for Cardiff City after making his debut for the South Wales club in 1957.
TV & Showbiz

Paltrow stalker 'wanted to marry'

A man charged with stalking Gwyneth Paltrow tells a Los Angeles court he sent her dozens of letters in the hope she might want to marry him.

Real Madrid defender Pepe reveals his love for Umbro Speciali boots with a Valentine's Day song on the piano

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, love is in the air. And judging by this video, football hardman Pepe is certainly in the mood for romance for his Umbro Speciali football boots!
Science & Technology

Apple Siri users fake accents to make themselves understood by voice assistant

While Siri (stock image) is able to pick out individual words when addressed in a Texan drawl, for example, the iPhone’s assistant isn’t always very helpful, anecdotal evidence suggests.

Howzat? Team bowled out for zero

Bapchild CC are bowled out for 0 by Christ Church University in a Kent indoor championships match.
Travel & Tourism

The world's best cruise ships revealed with Norwegian Spirit and Oceania Riviera

This year, Norwegian Spirit, Oceania Riviera and Seven Seas Voyager have been voted the best cruise ship for large, mid-size and small ship category respectively.
Business & Money

UK drivers stuck 1m new cars worth £16.2bn on finance in 2015

Cars bought on finance were up 10% last year, but there is also a bigger risk for used buyers, with My Car Check posting a 16% rise in the number of unpaid finance alerts
Health & Fitness

Darlington footballer Mike Coleman who broke his leg had to wait TWO hours

Mike Coleman, 28, needed surgery to fix the two breaks in his leg after being injured during a match in Darlington on Saturday. The ambulance was sent from Hartlepool, nearly 30 miles away.
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BT cracks down on cold callers with free service to divert 25m nuisance calls

BT is set to launch a free service for customers to stop cold callers from getting through to their home phone lines and divert them instead to a junk voicemail inbox.
Health & Fitness

Atlanta McBride whose burst appendix made her bowels GANGRENOUS survives

Atlanta McBride, 19, from Halifax, was rushed for a life-saving operation, in which doctors drained her abdomen of the poison released from the burst appendix and removed the gangrenous flesh.

'Dozens dead' in Mexico prison riot

Dozens of people are reported to have been killed in a riot and a fire at a prison in northern Mexico.

Lucian Freud's painting of teen lover pregnant with daughter Bella sells for £16m

Pregnant Girl, regarded as one of Freud's most important paintings, shows 17-year-old Bernadine Coverley carrying the couple's first child. It sold for twice its estimate at a London auction.
Travel & Tourism

US congressman Steve Cohen is fighting to set a MINIMUM seat size on planes

US Congressman Steve Cohen introduced the 'Seat Egress in Air Travel Act' this week in a bid to establish minimum seat size standards. He said a standard is needed for the health and safety of flyers.
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Ellie Goulding opts for street style in bomber jacket as she jets out of Heathrow

She's been pushing herself to the limit putting on a series of concerts around the world.And Ellie Goulding showed no signs of slowing down as she jetted out of Heathrow airport on Thursday.

Joe Root hoping for repeat performance at Wanderers stadium as England look to wrap up one-day series in South Africa

Joe Root returns to the scene of his ninth Test century, in a series-securing seven-wicket win, on the back of another hundred - this time his ODI career-best 125 at Centurion on Tuesday.
TV & Showbiz

Nick Cannon fumes after Stevie J boasts about 'sleeping with ex Mariah Carey'

Stevie J, who stars in VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, worked with Mariah on her 1997 album Butterfly and produced her No.1 single Honey.

Oscar insists that he is 'very happy' at Chelsea and wants to stay at Stamford Bridge for a 'long time' 

Oscar has given the first indication that he will not leave Chelsea this summer after insisting that he is settled at Stamford Bridge. The 24-year-old said he is 'very happy' with life in west London.
Science & Technology

Toxic chemicals found in beached whales

A pod of whales stranded in Fife in 2012 are found to have had high concentrations of toxic chemicals in their bodies, scientists find.
TV & Showbiz

Abbey Clancy flaunts her ample assets in tiny sports bra for Reebok campaign

Showing off her gym-honed physique, the Britain's Next Top Model host slipped into a tiny sports bra and colourful leggings as well as a sparkly vest.
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CBB's Scotty T locks lips with rumoured girlfriend Francesca Toole

The CBB winner was seen locking lips with the former Miss Newcastle contestant as he hit the social scene in Newcastle for the sixth night running with his Geordie Shore co-stars on Wednesday.
Health & Fitness

New prostate cancer test that 'smells' the disease in urine and will save lives

The researchers, from Liverpool and Bristol, say the test is an important milestone in fighting the disease. More than 1.1 million cases of prostate cancer were recorded globally in 2012.
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Ola Jordan weighs into The Jump safety row and says her leg hasn't healed yet

Ola Jordan weighed into The Jump safety row during an interview on This Morning after the show has been criticised after a spate of celebrities have suffered from injuries. 
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England star Jimmy Anderson receives OBE for services to cricket in ceremony at Buckingham Palace

England fast bowler Jimmy Anderson has been awarded an OBE from the Prince of Wales for his services to cricket during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
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Italy fly-half Carlo Canna is not fooled by praise from England coach Eddie Jones

England coach Jones compared Azzurri playmaker Canna to former Australia fly-half Stephen Larkham and hailed the Test newcomer's 'promise'.
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Ryan Giggs needs to leave Manchester United and get management experience elsewhere... unless he had Sir Alex Ferguson's help - TACKLE KEOWN

Former Arsenal and England defender-turned Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown returned to answer YOUR questions on the big talking points in football.
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Sterling drops to 13 month low versus the euro amid 'Brexit' worries and global growth fears as the CBI cuts its UK GDP forecasts

The CBI downgraded its forecast for 2016 UK GDP growth to 2.3 per cent, down from its previous estimate of 2.6 per cent made in November, with its 2017 forecast cut to 2.1 per cent from 2.4 per cent.

Manchester United must blend home grown talent with world class stars, says Ed Woodward after the club post record seven quarter figures of £133.8million

Ed Woodward believes the pressure is still on Manchester United to sign world-class players but promised to stay true to the club’s tradition of promoting young homegrown talent.
Health & Fitness

Unfit at 40 'accelerates brain ageing'

Lack of exercise in mid-life ages the brain as well as the body, research suggests.
TV & Showbiz

Lucian Freud portrait sells for £16m

Freud's painting Pregnant Girl far exceeds its estimated sale price when auctioned in London.

Nine-year-old Everton fan who suffers from cerebral palsy presented with club's Goal of the Month award by boss Roberto Martinez

George Shaw was granted access to the Goodison Park pitch so that he could score at the Gwladys Street end during half-time of Everton's 2-1 Premier League defeat by Swansea last month.

VIDEO: Google boss asked 'what do you get paid?'

Google's UK head, Matt Brittin, is asked about his salary as he appeared before the Public Accounts Committee.

VIDEO: What is a 'super-confessor'?

Pope Francis sends more than 1,000 priests on a global mission to forgive grave sins that normally only he, or a top Church official, may pardon.
Travel & Tourism

Minnie Mouse, Olaf from Frozen and the Cookie Monster arrested in Times Square

The surreal scene played out in New York's Times Square after the costumed characters posed for a photo with a tourist then followed him while demanding payment for the image.

Gadget battery shipments face scrutiny

The US National Transportation Safety Board says shipments of lithium-ion batteries on planes should be restricted because of safety fears.

Man Utd still on track to earn £500m

Manchester United are on track to become the first British club to earn more than £500m in one year despite lack of success.

Sex education 'will not be compulsory'

England's education secretary rejects MPs' calls to make sex-and-relationship education compulsory in all schools.
BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 06: (CHINA OUT) Kyren Wilson of Wales reacts during the semi finals match against Luca Brecel of Belgium on day four of German Masters 2016 at Tempodrom on February 6, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Tai Chengzhe/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

Kyren Wilson and Anthony Hamilton set new snooker record of century breaks in six consecutive frames

Their achievement beat the previous record of five centuries in consecutive frames of a match that was set first by Ronnie O'Sullivan and Stephen Hendry in the 2003 British Open final.
TV & Showbiz

Top Gear presenters: Who are they?

Meet the seven hosts who will present Top Gear

Met Police chief's contract extended

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe will head the Metropolitan Police until September 2017 as his contract is extended.
TV & Showbiz

VIDEO: 'Amy' director's fictional take

Asif Kapadia, the director of Oscar nominated documentary Amy, talks about his latest fictional film.
Science & Technology

Computer chip makers admits struggling to keep up with the pace of innovation

The semiconductor industry is meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, this week as it prepares to set out a development plan that abandons the principals of Moore's Law for the first time.
TV & Showbiz

Leonardo DiCaprio is surrounded by models at the amfAR gala in New York

The Oscar nominee was seen animatedly chatting with a stunning mystery brunette, but seemed to avoid a potentially awkward run-in with his ex girlfriend Blake Lively.
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Uma Thurman puts on a busty display in a chic plunging white dress at amfAR gala

She never fails to add a touch of class to the red carpet. And Uma Thurman didn't disappoint at the amfAR Gala, putting on a typically elegant display in New York on Wednesday.

Civil service pension firm 'didn't cope'

Civil service pensions mutual MyCSP "did not cope" with the workload after it took over administration from Capita in 2014, the National Audit Office has said.

Manchester United have stuck to their guns over Jose Mourinho, until now... doing a U-turn and taking him on shows just how desperate things are at Old Trafford

'A Manchester United manager wouldn't do that. He's a really good coach but that's as far as I would go really. He pontificates too much for my liking.' – Sir Bobby Charlton said on Jose Mourinho in 2012.

VIDEO: Hunt statement on junior doctors' contracts

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt gives a statement in the Commons on contracts offered to junior doctors.
Health & Fitness

Longest surviving heart transplant patient dies aged 73 from blood poisoning

John McCafferty lived for more than three decades with the new heart until he died, aged 73, at Milton Keynes Hospital on Tuesday. He was officially recognised by Guinness World Records in 2013.

Student loan repayment avoiders targeted

Graduates in England and Wales who fail to repay their student loan in time could be prosecuted, ministers warn.
Science & Technology

Superfast broadband is 50,000 TIMES faster than current speeds

Scientists from from University College London used fibre optic cables that sent information at the rate of 1.125 terabits per second - 50,000 times faster than standard 24 megabits per second.

Champions League health check: How are 16 teams looking going into the knockout stages of Europe's elite club competition?

It’s been a long 10 weeks but Tuesday and Wednesday finally see the return of the Champions League as the knockout stages begin with just 16 teams left. Here is Sportsmail's guide.

Google defends UK tax arrangements

Google's UK chief defends the search giant's tax arrangements in a hearing before MPs on the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
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Duncan Taylor replaces injured Matt Scott as Scotland make one change ahead of Six Nations clash with Wales

Scotland have made just one change to their starting XV for Saturday's clash with Wales as they prepare to bounce from their opening RBS 6 Nations defeat to England.
Health & Fitness

Routine operations target is missed

The target for routine operations in England, such as hip and knee ops, has been missed for the first time.
Health & Fitness

How DO some people stay slim without trying? It's all about chicken and no diets

Those who are 'effortlessly thin' say chicken is their favourite meat, fruit is their favourite breakfast and they eat salad for lunch, research carried out by the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell university found.
Travel & Tourism

Dr Steven Fabes who has CYCLED around the globe treating patients in 73 countries

Sharing a tent with black widow spiders and scorpions and being held at gun point in Peru, life on the road for travelling doctor Steve Fabes has been thrilling and eye-opening.

Dan Biggar fit to start against Scotland as Wales name unchanged Six Nations team

Biggar, arguably Wales' stand-out performer during the World Cup earlier this season, limped off nursing a sprained ankle midway through the first half of last Sunday's 16-16 draw with Ireland in Dublin.
Health & Fitness

Heart transplant record is 'remarkable'

The surgeon who operated on the world's longest-surviving heart transplant patient says surviving "in excess of 30 years" is "remarkable".

Brewers Fayre order new mothers on maternity leave to the BACK of the restaurant

The women, all with seven-month-old babies, say they were left 'humiliated' when they were asked to sit near the toilets at Butterley Park Brewers Fayre restaurant, in Ripley, Derbyshire.
TV & Showbiz

VIDEO: Zoolander cast on NY catwalk

Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz and Will Ferrell take to the catwalk at the New York premiere of Zoolander 2.
Science & Technology

Paul McCartney releases Valentine's Day 'audio emoji' for Skype

The former-Beatle has penned 'audio emoji' that last just five seconds each for Luxembourg-based video chat service, Skype.
Science & Technology

The Lego robot that builds perfect paper planes every time by Arrow Electronics

A machine made of specialist Lego bricks expertly folds a sheet of paper before launching the finished plane. The video was produced for Colorado-based Arrow Electronics.
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Jose Mourinho is the next best thing to Manchester City bound Pep Guardiola... Manchester United fans will welcome him

MANCHESTER UNITED FAN VIEW: There are negatives attached to the 'Special One' succeeding Van Gaal, but he is a thoroughbred winner and a fantastic football manager.
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Police officers will no longer automatically believe sex abuse claims from the off, says Met chief as he battles to defend his reputation over Lord Bramall probe

Amid a firestorm over investigations into public figures including the war hero Lord Bramall, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said there was a 'great danger' in allegations being believed from the outset.
FILE- In this Feb. 2, 2015, file photo, country music star Jake Owen, left, talks with his playing partner Jordan Spieth, right, on the third tee of the Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course during the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament in Pebble Beach, Calif. Some see this tournament as a burden. The rounds can approach six hours because they are played in foursomes with amateurs. Spieth, who has played the last two times with Owen, says "This week, it's so unique and it's so much fun." (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

Jordan Spieth admits he lost match against country music star Jake Owen ahead of Pebble Beach Pro-Am 

Jordan Spieth may be the world No 1 with two major titles to his name, but that didn't stop him falling to defeat by a mere amateur in a recent money match. Jake Owen, however, is no average hacker.
Science & Technology

Albert Einstein's Gravitional Waves discovered to prove space time ripples

Researchers working on an experiment called Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (Ligo) have scheduled a conference at 10.30 EST (15.30GMT).

Barcelona legend Hristo Stoichkov backs Neymar to be a 'smart guy' and not 'another Judas' amid Real Madrid interest

The 24-year-old Brazilian has been linked to several of the world's biggest clubs including arch rivals Real Madrid but Hristo Stoichkov does not expect him to follow in Luis Figo's footsteps.

Wales' Biggar starts versus Scotland

Dan Biggar recovers from an ankle injury and will start in an unchanged Wales side against Scotland in Cardiff on Saturday.

Johnston Press in talks to buy i paper

Johnston Press confirms it is in advanced talks to buy the cut-price national daily newspaper - the i - for about £24m.

CCTV catches a courier pretends to deliver new iPhone 6 but steals it instead

Bradley Stocker, 39, of Ealing, West London, was surprised when he received an alert from courier company DPD that his new phone had been delivered - despite no one knocking at the door.

Google Europe boss Matt Brittin doesn't know his OWN PAY as he faces angry MPs

President of Google in Europe Matt Brittin, pictured giving evidence to the Public Accounts Committee today, was asked five times how much he earned and finally said: 'I don't have a figure.'