Ex-Cabinet minister David Davis said Mr Johnson had failed to take responsibility for the breaches of lockdown in Downing Street, and he had enough of taking the flak for him. 'In the name of God, go!' he said. A visibly shaken Mr Johnson insisted he was not going to resign, urging people to 'wait for the outcome' of the inquiry by senior civil servant Sue Gray. But it was another hammer blow as Westminster reels from Christian Wakeford's announcement that he was leaving for Labour. The Bury South MP - who has a wafer-thin 402 majority in the Red Wall seat - had already announced he had put in a letter of no confidence in Mr Johnson. And he was on the Opposition benches wearing a Union Jack face mask. In a parting shot letter to the premier, Mr Wakeford branded his leadership 'disgraceful' and said he believed Labour would do more to tackle the cost of living crisis. Sir Keir goaded Mr Johnson in the Commons that any more defectors were 'welcome', saying the Tories had shown they were 'incapable' of governing the country.
Actor Gaspard Ulliel - star of Bleu de Chanel adverts, Hannibal Rising and the new Marvel series Moon Knight - dies aged 37 after ski accident in the Alps
The star, who gained international attention for his portrayal of a young Hannibal Lecter in Hannibal Rising (top right), was hospitalised after Tuesday's accident in the Alps. The actor was not wearing a helmet when he crashed into another skier at the intersection of two blue slopes in the Rosiere resort in Savoie. Ulliel suffered significant head trauma and was immediately hospitalised in Grenoble where he died as a result of his injuries.
UK Covid cases fall by 17% in a week while hospital admissions and deaths also drop as Sajid Javid gets set for 5pm press conference TODAY to address No10's decision to lift ALL Plan B curbs next week and ditch self-isolation rules in March
UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) data showed there were 108,069 new cases over the last 24 hours, down 16.6 per cent on last Wednesday's 129,587. It was the fourteenth day the number of positive tests coming back fell week-on-week, marking a fortnight of cases falling across Britain. The number of people falling victim to the virus also DROPPED, with 359 Covid deaths recorded today. It was down 9.8 per cent on last week's figure of 398. And hospitalisations fell 14.5 per cent to 1,752 on Saturday, the latest date data is available for. They were down from 2,049 the previous Saturday. The promising numbers come as Boris Johnson revealed he is lifting Plan B Covid curbs in England in a move to step up the fight for his political life with another 'Operation Red Meat' announcement.
Six Russian landing ships sail past Britain sparking speculation they are bound for impending 'full-scale invasion' of Ukraine as Kiev warns Putin has 'nearly completed' troop build-up
Russia's Baltic Fleet vessels the Korolev, Minsk (left) and Kaliningrad were today sailing south past the UK followed by Northern Fleet warships Olenegorsky Gornyak, Pyotr Morgunov, (bottom right) and Georgii Pobedonosets which passed the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark on Monday. The ships, which can each carry up to 25 armoured personnel carriers, were deployed three days ago but it remains unclear if they are heading for Ukraine. (top right) The region has been on a knife-edge since the end of last year when Moscow moved as many as 100,000 troops, as well as tanks and missiles, close to the border. Ukrainian Defense Ministry's latest intelligence assessment yesterday warned Russia had massed more than 127,000 troops along the border, together with a sea and component that marked a 'full strength' force. The assessment, seen by CNN , described the situation as 'difficult' and warned Russian President Vladimir Putin was 'trying to split and weaken the European Union and NATO' while also 'limiting the capabilities of the United States... to ensure security on the European continent'. The stark warning comes after two rounds of last ditch talks between the West and Russia failed to de-escalate the conflict which has threatened to bubble over since late last year.
Mother, 24, 'inadvertently recorded harrowing audio of her boyfriend beating her son, two, as she tried to catch him out for cheating on her - months before they killed the little boy', court hears
Kyrell Matthews (left) died with a litany of internal injuries including 41 rib fractures and a cut to his liver as prosecutors say he was subject to serious abuse before he died at a London flat in October 2019. His mother Phylesia Shirley and her then-boyfriend Kemar Brown (pictured, right, by court sketch artists) are on trial for his murder at the Old Bailey. Prosecutors, today, played the jury harrowing audio recordings which they say were taken when Brown was beating the toddler and offered a glimpse into the alleged abuse taking place at the flat in Thornton Heath in the months before Kyrell died. The trial continues.
White extremist Ben John, 22, who was told by a judge to read classic literature after being found guilty of a terrorism offence is JAILED for two years after Court of Appeal finds his suspended sentence unlawful
Ben John (left and right), who was described as a white supremacist with a Hitler-inspired ideology, was given a two-year suspended sentence at Leicester Crown Court last August after he was convicted of terrorism offences. The 22-year-old had amassed more than 67,000 documents including bomb-making literature and anti-Semitic material, Lincolnshire Police said. But Judge Timothy Spencer QC (inset) concluded that the crime was 'an act of teenage folly', and sensationally ruled that John that he could stay out of prison as long as he read classics by Shakespeare and Dickens instead of far-Right work. The Attorney General's Office referred John's sentence to the Court of Appeal after campaigners branded the suspended sentence 'pathetic'. Today, John gave no external reaction as Lord Justice Holroyde quashed the original sentence, finding it was unlawful, and ordered him to serve two years in prison.
Brooklyn's marrying up! Billionaire Trump-loving future father-in-law and his model wife put David and Victoria in the shade - boasting a multi-million dollar property empire, several private jets and ten children between them
As details of Brooklyn Beckham 's April wedding to Nicola Peltz (inset) emerge, FEMAIL look at how the 22-year-old photographer will be marrying into a family whose fortune dwarves his own - with helicopters, mansions and a team of staff an everyday reality for his actress fiancée. While Brooklyn is arguably among the most famous British celebrity offspring worth £350million, American starlet Nicola, 27, is certainly no stranger to a life of wealth and fame, with her businessman father Nelson Peltz, 79, estimated to be worth £1.3 billion. Nelson, a former top Trump supporter, shares eight of his ten children with his third model wife (both seen centre) of 35 years Claudia Heffner Peltz, and the pair count a 27-bedroom mansion complete with ice hockey rink and a flock of albino peacocks, top right, as well as a £76million, 44,000sq ft home in Palm Beach,bottom right, - the reported wedding venue - as their homes. Despite being born into wealth, Nicola's siblings have also carved out their own successful careers, with her brother Brad, 32, an ice hockey player, and Will, 35, an American actor best known for his roles in Unfriended and Men, Women & Children. Far left: Nicola's only sister Brittany, 30, is a figure skater. Centre inset: The Beckham and Peltz family together.
'What a day!' Speaker Lindsay Hoyle reacts after febrile PMQs saw him repeatedly have to quieten MPs, tell off Keir Starmer for mentioning the Queen and rebuke the SNP for calling Boris Johnson a liar
Sir Lindsay was forced to repeatedly intervene in the chamber today as excitement and emotions boiled over following the shock defection of Tory MP Christian Wakeford to Labour. He rose several times to silence MPs shouting advice and abuse across the floor - and was forced to shut down labour leader Sir Keir Starmer for using the Queen as a way of attacking the Prime Minister. The Labour leader attempted to compare the behaviour of the monarch sitting alone at the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh to Mr Johnson's actions linked to Downing Street party allegations. But Sir Lindsay Hoyle insisted discussions about the royal family were not matters for MPs to get into and stopped the Prime Minister from needing to answer the claims. Later he also cut in as SNP MP Peter Grant quoted a constituent calling the Prime Minister a liar.
Could Christian Wakeford's shock defection HELP the PM?: Red Wall sleaze critic with wafer-thin majority who lashed out at Boris Johnson over Partygate and called Owen Paterson a c*** before joining Keir Starmer's Labour
The 37-year-old has been a vocal critic of the Prime Minister over Partygate and made headlines during the Owen Paterson lobbying saga with a foul-mouthed rant at the former minister. Amid the chaos over the PM's attempts to spare Paterson from censure for lobbying for firms paying him a six-figure sum he approached the then North Shropshire MP and called him a 'c***'. It came after the Government instructed MPs to vote to change parliamentary sleaze rules to help out the former Northern Ireland Secretary, who later quit as an MP. His decision to cross the floor to Labour today was the strongest manifestation of disgust at weeks and weeks of sleaze. But critics will point to the size of Mr Wakeford's majority as well. He took the seat in 2019 - one of the Red Wall victories which propelled Boris Johnson to his massive election win.
It's good to be back! Kate Middleton looks delighted to be on duty with Prince William as she dons £7 Accessorize earrings and elegant blue coat for their first engagement of 2022
The Duke, 39, and Duchess of Cambridge, 40, appeared in good spirits as they arrived at the museum in London where they will learn more about the care sector. The mother-of-three, who has been patron of the museum since 2019, offered a lesson in business chic as she stepped out for the event this morning, donning a black polo neck with dark wide-leg trousers and a long-line navy coat.
Harrow bus lane that is only 39ft LONG earns council £442,000 in fines in just under two years - as grandfather, 77, who successfully overturned his own ticket calls for it to be removed
Recent figures showed 7,854 drivers were caught driving on the small section of Northolt Road at the junction with Alexandra Avenue, in South Harrow, between April 2019 and the end of 2021. The figures were obtained by Geoffrey Ben-Nathan (left), 77, a driver who submitted a freedom of information (FOI) request to Harrow Council after he managed to overturn his own fine on that stretch of the road. In total, the council, who said the bus stop is in place 'in accordance with the law', generated £442,363.36 in the 21-month period.
Is there anything he WON'T do for money? Now David Beckham designs £580-a-night hotel suites for the Chinese after facing backlash for his £150m deal with Qatar and pocketing cash to help Xi Jinping win the World Cup
The former England captain, 46, worth an estimated £380million ($518million), has co-designed 14 rooms at The Londoner in Macau where guests who fancy sleeping with the star for the night can do so - because his picture is on the wall next to the beds (top right). It came amid anger after Beckham signed a deal worth £150million over 10 years to become the face of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (left in Doha last year) and an ambassador for the emirate. His interior design deal in Macau is Mr Beckham's latest big money foray into China, where he has been nicknamed 'Xiao Bei', which translates as 'Little Becks'. He has also been recording video messages in Mandarin for Beijing's version of TikTok, called Douyin, which he joined in 2020. His Chinese tie-ups began after he and Chinese leader President Xi became friends in 2012, after meeting at a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game. And a year later he was appointed as China's first global soccer ambassador. In 2017 he agreed a deal to appear daily on Chinese state television introducing a series of coaching videos for youngsters to watch, again after a plea from Xi, who has promised the country his aim is to win a World Cup tournament and host it.
'They have a special bond': Dan Walker has become a 'pillar of strength and support' for Strictly partner Nadiya Bychkova after her split from fiancé
Nadiya is single after ending her engagement to Slovenian footballer Matija Škarabot, the father of her five-year-old daughter, as exclusively revealed by MailOnline. Sources close to the stunning dancer, 32, revealed that she has been confiding in BBC Breakfast presenter Dan 44, after accepting the fact that her long-distance relationship with Matija, 33, was no longer working.
Vogue boss Anna Wintour admits she had 'complicated moments' with her 'magnificent, mercurial friend' André Leon Talley as he dies from heart attack aged 73: Editor-at-Large claimed she 'froze him out for being fat and old'
Fashion icon Andre Leon Talley has passed away at the age of 73. The former Vogue creative director 'passed away Tuesday at a hospital in White Plains, NY.' GQ - a Conde Nast publication - reported his cause of death as a heart attack but Dr Yvonne Cormier - a friend of 45 years - said he passed away of COVID complications. He was the long-acclaimed former creative director and American editor-at-large of Vogue through the 80s and 90s. Talley began his career in fashion at the age of 28 after snagging a job as a reporter at Women's Wear Daily. He'd moved to New York City in the 1970s following a stint in Rhode Island where he attended the prestigious Brown University. The journalist had been awarded a scholarship to the school after earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in French Literature at the North Carolina Central University in 1970.
Prince Andrew's ex Lady Victoria Hervey, 44, is seen walking her dog in LA after bombshell appearance in ITV Epstein documentary - in which she said Ghislaine Maxwell went 'fishing' for girls and she was used as 'bait'
The socialite, 44, was spotted in LA walking her dog D'Artagnan after the ITV documentary Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile aired in the UK on Tuesday evening. During the programme, which was hosted by presenter Ranvir Singh, Lady Victoria said she had been 'really young and naïve' when she first met Epstein and Maxwell 20 years ago. (Pictured from left: Lady Victoria Hervey walking in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Inset: with her former boyfriend the Duke of York in 2002)
'Sienna is a little rockstar!' Princess Beatrice pens personal notes to thank royal fans for well-wishers after the 'remarkable and special' birth of her daughter
Royal fan account @life.of.a.duchess shared a snap of a thank you card sent from the Duke of York's daughter Princess Beatrice, 33, after the birth of her daughter Sienna (right). The monarch's granddaughter gave birth to her first daughter Sienna with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in September 2021 (left and inset).
Revealed: Rickety bridge that collapsed during a £900-a-head pheasant shoot 'run by gamekeeper who organised events for Duke of Westminster and Prince Philip' leaving one worker dead and injuring ten others
A gamekeeper to one of the richest men in the country and formerly Prince Philip runs the land in Roeburndale (left) where a man was killed and several others injured when their trailer plunged into a river. Locals say Ian Banks (top inset) operates the £900-a-head pheasant shoot on the area where the tragedy happened (top right). Mr Banks - who is also a game farmer - runs Lancashire Game Farm and has years of experience working with Royalty. His firm's website says: 'When an opportunity later arose for Ian to join the team as a beat keeper for the Duke of Westminster, he grabbed the chance with both hands and worked for 4 years producing quality, driven shooting for Royalty, including the Duke and Prince Philip.' Today he refused to comment when contacted by MailOnline by phone. Mr Banks is understood to rent the land from a local farmer. The victims are said to have been mainly 'beaters' who had been tasked with flushing out the birds so they can be shot. Eleven of them had been on the back of a trailer returning back to the farm after the shoot had finished yesterday afternoon. The trailer, pulled by a Polaris Ranger vehicle, fell into the river when the bridge suddenly gave way underneath it (lower right).
Yvette Mimieux dead at 80: Blonde beauty who was a pinup in the 1960s with the films Time Machine and Light In The Piazza passes away in her sleep of natural causes
Blonde Hollywood beauty Yvette Mimieux - who was a movie staple in the 1960s and 1970s for playing the wide-eyed ingénue - has died at the age of 80. The Los Angeles native passed away 'peacefully' in her sleep of natural causes on Monday, family publicist Michelle Bega shared with People on Tuesday. The actress had the title role in a number of hit films including The Time Machine, The Black Hole and The Light In The Piazza.
Sandbanks will be ruined by 'Magaluf-style' luxury flats and 150-seat restaurant 'monstrosity' planned for Millionaire's Row in Poole Harbour, residents warn
The controversial development in Poole Harbour, Dorset, would consist of 15 luxury apartments over three floors with a restaurant and office space on the ground floor and parking for residents only at basement level. Plans for the site in a quieter part of the Millionaires' Row have sparked dozens of objections from well-heeled residents, including celebrity interior designer Celia Sawyer. Mrs Sawyer's luxury waterside home, which she shares with husband Nick, will be just yards away from the complex. The couple called the new building a 'monstrosity' and a 'grossly oversized development' that is more in-keeping with the Spanish party capital Magaluf. Others expressed concerns the 'huge' restaurant will lead to increased noise and 'catastrophic and dangerous' scenes, with customers jamming up the roads on the exclusive peninsula while looking for a parking space. Another concern is that at four-storeys, the complex would dwarf residential housing around it and encourage other developers to build just as high. Members of BCP Council are due to vote on the planning application tomorrow. Pictured top and bottom left: The area where the new flats may be built. Bottom right: Boys playing football in front of the skyline of Magaluf in Mallorca.
The Apprentice: The dramatic moment hopeful Shama Amin, 41, QUITS the show due to agony of her rheumatoid arthritis as she tells shocked teammates 'my body wasn't allowing me to carry on'
The dramatic moment Apprentice contestant Shama Amin quits the BBC show has been revealed ahead of the latest episode, set to air on Thursday night. It was revealed on Tuesday that Amin, 41, walked out during filming for the show due to the pain she faces with her rheumatoid arthritis. The nursery-owner from Bradford is seen breaking the news to Lord Alan Sugar after he gives the teams the details for task three, as her teammates react in shock.
The cat that got ALL the cream! A 28lb Russian kitten weighing the same as a two-year-old child is so big it is confused for a dog - and his owner says he is still growing
A huge two-stone cat from Russia that is thought to be the world's largest is so big it is often confused for a dog. Kefir, named after the fermented milk drink, is an oversized Maine Coon belonging to Yulia Minina in Stary Oskol. She bought Kefir nearly two years ago as a kitten and says the pet is still growing. Kefir even has the same weight as an average two-year-old child. The breed hails from the state of Maine in the US and is considered one of the oldest homegrown breeds in the country. On average, males weigh up to 18lbs while females weigh up to 12lbs.
Gruesome moment hungry hippos devour an ELEPHANT carcass - despite being herbivores with one of the salivating beasts seen tucking in to the trunk in Botswana
NEW In an unusual turn of events, photographer Brice Petit, 42, was visiting the Chobe River in Botswana back in October when he spotted the hippos nibbling on the dead animal. It is believed the elephant died of natural causes, and Brice said that when he arrived at the spot, vultures and marabou stork were already inspecting the carcass alongside two male lions. However, when the bloat of hippos arrived, all the other animals backed away.
Daffodils are already blooming two months early because of climate change, experts say, as Met Office data shows that 2021 was the joint-sixth warmest year ever
Global temperatures last year reached 1.99°F above pre-Industrial Revolution levels, said the Met Office. Daffodils are flowering early because of climate change, with some already in bloom in the south of England, the Daffodil Society has also announced. The flowers, known as a symbol of spring, have been snapped by various residents around the UK - including in Windsor and Gloucestershire - less than a month after winter kicked off.
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What it's REALLY like to face the Dragons' Den: Man who secured £150,000 for his cheese business reveals hopefuls wait 7 hours to do a 3-minute pitch, there's no retakes or cuts and the grilling lasts almost 2 hours
Former financier Edward Hancock, 39, who sank £720,000 of his own cash into his cheese subscription business, secured a £150,000 investment from the newest investor Steven Bartlett after appearing on the programme earlier this month. Edward, founder of cheesegeek, an online cheesemonger specialising in supplying British artisan cheeses directly to customers' doors, was the first business owner to step foot in the den on the new series of the BBC One show. Appearing alongside his business partner Richard Simpson, Edward, from south-west London, delivered an impressive pitch that won over Peter, Steven and Touker. The business partners agreed an offer from the newest and youngest ever Dragon, Steven - a 29-year-old social media marketing CEO - who bid £150,000 for a 5 per cent stake in the London-based artisan cheese retailer. Here, Edward reveals what happened when he appeared on the show - from the very detailed applying process, to the 'one, natural take' and the lack of advisers...
Mother who couldn't read breaks down at the memory of how she hid books from her children to avoid bedtime stories - and says a visit to the library was a 'living nightmare'
Sarah Todd, a mother-of-three from Shaftesbury, says she hid her illiteracy as a teenager by being the 'cheeky, sarcastic kid' at school. Speaking to Woman's Hour, she said the reality of how difficult life can be without reading skills hit when she became a mum to twins and fell behind on household bills. (Pictured: Sarah Todd with her youngest daughter, speaking to Woman's Hour on Tuesday)
A Few million quid! Spitfire that flew in WWII and featured in 1969 movie 'The Battle of Britain' is up for sale for £4.5MILLION
The 79-year-old warplane spent 40 years in a Texas barn before being shipped to Australia for restoration five years ago, and was finally sent back to Sywell Aerodome in Northamptonshire in Britain where it expects to be sold for £4.5million. MH415 (main), as the Spitfire's tail number reads, has been brought back to its brilliant best with up to 95 cent of its original parts making it ready to dominate the skies once again. Originally constructed in 1943 at Castle Bromwich, the aircraft was delivered to RAF Squadron 129, then stationed at Hornchurch in August that year. It would later participate in sweeps across the continent with RAF 222 (Natal) Squadron, before being retired in 1945 and ending up at De Havilland's at Whitney, Oxfordshire. Records show MH415 had a distinguished operational record during the Second World War when it was often involved in the thick of the action when flown over the European theatre by C.O Squadron Leader Gonay. MH415 counted at least one German FW-190 light aircraft among its victory marks. But the Spitfire would hit new heights when it played a starring role in the 1962 American epic 'The Longest Day' and The Battle of Britain (inset top left) in 1969. It would later wow crowds at airshows across the United States.
Do they serve spirits? Pub owners say bar is HAUNTED after items move on their own, moving shadows are spotted and staff are too scared to go into the cellar
Sisters Richelle Stocks (right) and Ashleigh Naisbitt have been forced to call out police to the Black and Grey pub in Morpeth, Northumberland over a series of 'strange' supernatural incidents. Spooky CCTV footage from the bar shows objects moving on their own and dark shapes appearing out of nowhere. One clip shows a pen appearing to spin unaided on a Richelle's hand (left) and a broom moving on its own. The pair, who took on the pub in August last year, said soon after they heard loud banging downstairs and fearful their pub was being burgled rang the police - who rushed over only to find the building empty.
The mystery of the Fosse Dionne: No one really knows where the waters of this seemingly bottomless spring in France come from...
The spring is set in the pretty pastel-coloured town of Tonnerre in Burgundy, through which the River Armancon flows - and spews out more than 300 litres of water per second. Between the years of 1974 and 1996 two brave divers lost their lives attempting to solve the mystery, getting into difficulties in the narrow passageways that lie beneath the surface.
Leave it to the professionals! Bizarre photos capture VERY strange interior design decisions - from a bathtub in the kitchen to fake grass on the bathroom floor
The snaps, collated in a gallery by Bored Panda, were shared on the Facebook group You Should Have Hired An Architect which has more than 31,000 members. The group is 'dedicated' to examples of why it is a bad idea to take on a build job without an architect. One unusual home included a bath-tub in the kitchen (main), a bizarre staircase (left inset) and a dangerous driveway (right inset). Meanwhile other snaps showed a wooden column in the centre of a kitchen (bottom right) and a commercial toilet stall in a bathroom (top right)
Sarah Beeny's New Life in the Country viewers slam 'snobby' presenter's 'spoilt kids' who are 'on a different planet' after they call their band 'The Entitled Sons'
Viewers of Channel 4's Sarah Beeny's New Life in the Country were stunned after her children stenciled the name of their band onto the wall of her Somerset mansion (pictured main). Many of those watching were unimpressed as the four boys revealed the name of their band, with one writing: 'Did these kids really just stencil 'The Entitled Sons' on the wall. Really - Graham sees it as 'self awareness?! Really!?'
Don't play with your food! Baboon snatches baby gazelle off cheetah cubs after they catch it but have no idea how to kill it
Laura Dyer filmed the encounter which took place inside the Naboishio Conservancy in Kenya's Masai Mara when she saw the three cheetah cubs learning how to hunt a newborn gazelle. The cubs' mother had tracked down the gazelle and handed it over to her offspring to hone their skills. While the cubs were able to chase and catch the gazelle, they failed to kill it, allowing a large baboon, top right, to bound over to them and to despatch it with ruthless efficiency.
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Freezing for their faith: Orthodox Christians plunge into icy waters for Epiphany celebration despite sub-zero temperatures
Despite air temperatures being known to fall as low as -17C (1.4F) in some areas of eastern Europe at this time of year, many people still took part in the annual religious celebration. Authorities cut holes into frozen bodies of water and constructed wooden steps to allow easy access to the chilly waters for people seeking to take part. While in Ukraine, soldiers were seen taking turns dipping into a frozen pond - in which a cross shape had been cut out to allow the celebration to go ahead.
Inside the first new hotel on the Strip in over a decade: Dazzling footage of the vast 3,500-room Resorts World Las Vegas (and there's a peek inside its £11k-a-night Palace Suite)
Travel writer Jo Kessel (inset) filmed her stay at the 'mega' Vegas resort, which has oversized rooms, the world's largest LED globe, a 5,000-seat theatre (the biggest in town), seven swimming pools and a casino space the size of two football pitches. Her video has the inside scoop on the best places to dine (there are 40 restaurants) and drink, including Alle Lounge on 66, the hotel's top-floor rooftop bar that has a Strip view like no other...
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Time to leg-go! Base jumper dangles from his partner's legs after they plunge into clouds from 3280ft Italian cliff in breathtaking stunt
Tom Newberry and Callum Coldwell-Story, travelled to Mount Brento, Italy where they jumped together from the 3,280ft cliff into a valley covered by cloud while being carried by a single parachute. Tom steered the parachute away from the cliff face and through the thick cloud until the valley below came into view. Then Callum dropped into a free fall, opening his own parachute after a few seconds.
Viewers left 'heartbroken' as mother, 82, with Alzheimer's who spent her youth enjoying 'glitz and glamour' as a nightclub manager hobnobbing with 'politicians and gangsters' dies of sepsis on 24 Hours in A&E
Viewers of 24 Hours in A&E were left in tears after the series premiere saw 82-year-old mother Pamela Carrana with Alzheimer's die after being hospitalised with sepsis. Doctors discovered the infection was the result of a twisted bowel, and Pam - who spent her youth enjoying the 'glitz and glamour' of the West End (left with her husband in the 1960s)- passed away after seven days in hospital