Police are continuing to investigate a suspected child abduction in Redhill and say they have received more than 100 calls from members of the public in less than 24 hours. Senior investigating officer Superintendent Pete Fulton said officers had been reviewing CCTV footage of the area as part of the investigation.
Novak Djokovic has admitted to battling with personal and private issues during the Wimbledon, which could have been one of the reasons for his shock exit at tennis' premier tournament. The Serbian star, who was the favourite coming into the tournament, was shocked by American Sam Querrey in the third round at SW 19. The 29-year-old has revealed that certain problems in his personal life were linked to his poor performance at the Wimbledon earlier this year.
The pop superstar was the latest celebrity to James on his Late, Late show sketch.
Upon seeing the dolls, Fergus Gambon jumped straight in the car and went to check out the whole doll’s house.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before formally triggering Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, The Daily Telegraph reported on Saturday, without specifying sources. May will not offer opponents the chance to stall the withdrawal and has consulted lawyers who say she has the power to invoke the exit without a parliamentary vote, the conservative newspaper said. A majority of the 650 lawmakers had declared themselves "Remainers".
The singer posted a photo of herself on Instagram next to the piece of street art on the set of Shades of Blue.
The boy’s identity has not been verified.
Latest: Hull 0-0 Manchester UnitedCaretaker boss Mike Phelan faces his former club after defying the odds to guide depleted Tigers to three consecutive victories across all competitionsChampionship play-off winners Hull, who saw Steve Bruce resign his post in July, began the season with only 13 fit senior players and have still yet to make a single first-team signing ahead of Wednesday night's transfer deadlineUnited have begun the Jose Mourinho era in impressive fashion, following a Community Shield win against Leicester with comfortable wins over Bournemouth and SouthamptonNew signing Zlatan ...
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A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with suspected broken ribs after a pedestrian bridge collapsed on the M20 in Kent. Kent Police and Highways England have confirmed the bridge was brought down by a digger being transported on the back of a lorry. The injured motorcyclist, who is in his 50s, was taken to hospital in Tunbridge Wells, South East Coast Ambulance Service said.
A Manchester University librarian fell to her death from a notorious ridge in Snowdonia after picking a difficult route on a mountain, an inquest has heard. Mountain rescuers said they were surprised Jane Wilson, 53, from Stockport in Greater Manchester, chose the route and said it might be because it was the one suggested by a smartphone app. Wilson, an experienced mountain walker, was on Snowdonia on 25 March 2016, with husband Gary when the couple got into difficulties descending the 3,000ft peak.
Channel 5 said that only evicted housemates are invited back to the final.
Brexit – the argument that never dies.
Ryan Reynolds is one funny man, and the actor keeps channelling his Deadpool qualities every now and then on Twitter. Recently, he wished his wife Blake Lively on the social media platform with a cheeky tweet on her 29th birthday. Unlike other celebrities, who would probably block gross posts or not respond to them, Reynolds seems to have found a better way to handle them.
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Sir Philip Green is seeking assurances that regulators will abandon a probe into BHS's vast pension deficit if he makes a "voluntary" financial contribution to the retirement pots of thousands of the collapsed chain's former employees. Opinions differ about whether the watchdog would be willing or able to offer such a guarantee to Sir Philip, with sources close to it suggesting that every case "would be evaluated on its merits". The regulator can also seek information from or pursue anyone who they believe to be a connected party - which in BHS's case could lead it to Lady Green, the ultimate owner of Taveta, which owns Arcadia Group.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish warplanes destroyed an ammunition store south of the Syrian frontier town of Jarablus on Saturday, military sources told Reuters after a group in the region allied to a Kurdish-backed force said its positions had been targeted. The sources did not give further details about the target. Turkey-based television channels carried the same report. Earlier on Saturday, a Reuters witness on the Turkish side of the border had seen warplanes cross from Turkey into Syrian airspace and heard several explosions near Jarablus shortly afterwards. ...
Donald Trump's new campaign chief executive has been accused of making anti-Semitic remarks about Jewish schoolchildren by his ex-wife, court documents have revealed. Stephen Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart News, reportedly made a series of offensive comments nearly 10 years ago when he and his former wife, Mary Louise Piccard, clashed over where to educate their twin daughters. In a sworn court declaration following their divorce, Piccard said Bannon objected to sending their daughters to the elite Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles because of has Jewish students.
The returning judge showed why she’s better than last year’s stars as she took to the stage at The X Factor press launch.
A Ukrainian teenager whose mother was murdered is due to find out if she will be deported back to Ukraine. Iryna Mynich, 15, has been fighting to be allowed to stay in the UK since her mother's death four years ago. Iryna told Sky News she fears for her safety if she is sent back.
By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - President Robert Mugabe warned protesters on Friday there would be no "Arab Spring" in Zimbabwe after anti-government demonstrations descended it to some of the worst violence seen in the southern African nation for two decades. Zimbabwean police fired tear gas and water cannon at opposition leaders and hundreds of demonstrators at a protest against Mugabe and the ruling ZANU-PF, before unrest swept across large parts of the capital Harare.
Will Henniker-Gotley, Maria Henniker-Gotley and Marcos Burnett were among the 281 people who died in the 6.2-magnitude quake on Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs Henniker-Gotley's two children survived the collapse, as did Marcos' parents Anne-Louise and Simon. Mr and Mrs Burnett's daughter also survived, though her condition in unknown.
A struggling artist who waited tables at a gallery café in London gets her big break when art dealer Charles Saatchi comes across her work.
A Florida student accused of randomly killing a couple and biting the dead husband's face has regained consciousness, investigators say. Austin Harrouff, 19, is responsive, but has not yet provided a statement, according to the Martin County sheriff's office. The Florida State University sophomore had been heavily sedated since the 15 August stabbings of 59-year-old John Stevens and Michelle Mishcon, 53.
By Jason Lange and Ann Saphir JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve is getting closer to raising interest rates again, the head of the U.S. central bank and other policymakers said on Friday in comments that left the door open for a hike as early as next month. Fed Chair Janet Yellen told a global monetary policy conference that the case for a rate increase had grown stronger, while Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer suggested a move could come at the central bank's September policy meeting if the economy was doing well.