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Heathrow lifts forecasts ahead of Davies report

Heathrow has hit back against its rival Gatwick by upgrading its profit forecast and predicting that an extra 300,000 passengers will pass through its terminals ...

Japan struggles to inflate

Japanese inflation fell in May, raising the possibility that the central bank may need to step up its stimulus efforts further to deliver its 2 ...

Market Report: Bernstein issues warning over smartphone sales

Hang up on shares in iPhone chipmaker ARM Holdings is the message from Bernstein. The broker, which cut its rating on the stock to underperform, ...

British actress Anna Reese involved in Bangkok car crash that left police officer dead

British actress Anna Reese has been charged with causing death by reckless driving after the car she was driving collided with a parked police car, ...

Britain's public parks threatened with privatisation as cuts stretch council budgets

Britain’s public parks are threatened with widespread privatisation as dramatic budget cuts stretch council resources to breaking point, it has been warned. There are an estimated ...

Rolf Bloch: Chocolatier who led the campaign in the 1990s to persuade Swiss banks to release savings deposited by Jews before the Holocaust

Rolf Bloch, a Swiss chocolatier and Jewish community leader, played a pivotal role in the 1990s in pressing Swiss banks to release some $1.45bn of ...

Same-sex marriage: Watch the White House light up for marriage equality

The front of the White House has been lit with coloured lights to celebrate the Supreme Court's landmark ruling to allow same-sex marriage in all ...

We love to hate it but advertising shows we could outstrip Germany

The Queen’s state visit to Germany put historic relations in focus this week. As the monarch stood and squinted at a portrait of a royal-blue ...

Trinity Mirror looks for further job cuts

Dozens more jobs are at risk at Trinity Mirror after the newspaper publisher doubled cost-reduction plans made just four months ago from £10m to £20m. The ...

City surprise at Dunelm's new boss

From iPads and ear-rings, serial retailer John Browett is moving into soft furnishings as the next chief executive of homeware group Dunelm. The move by ...

HSBC ends survey alliance with Markit

HSBC has ended a five-year tie-up  with the financial information specialist Markit amid rumours of pressure from the Chinese Government. Europe’s largest bank, which is ...

Tesco attacked for paying boss too much and staff too little

Campaigners have hijacked Tesco’s annual meeting with calls to pay its supermarket workers the living wage, amid a shareholder revolt over chief executive Dave Lewis’s ...

Patrick Macnee: Avengers star whose career was dominated by his suave portrayal of the dapper, bowler-hatted John Steed

With his trademark bowler hat, umbrella and carnation John Steed is one of the most instantly recognisable characters in television history. For the man who ...

Who are you going to call to prevent a hack attack?

Cyber security was thrust into the public eye last year when a group of hackers managed in effect to shut down Sony Pictures. The attack ...

Apple's revenge of the nerds is brutal and will leave us all poorer

Apple’s new music streaming service will go live on Tuesday after a launch that has been, by its own lofty standards, something of a farce. ...

Glastonbury 2015 LIVE Thursday: Festival gets going with a see-through toilet and trench foot

The dairy herd has been moved out of the way, Michael Eavis has trimmed his beard and the sodden Somerset soil is bracing itself for ...

Greece crisis: Can Tsipras, Lagarde and European lenders eke out a deal ahead of EU summit?

Negotiations for a last minute deal between Greece and its European lenders got off to an early start on Thursday, with technical officials hard at ...

Bobbi Kristina Brown moved into hospice care: 'She's in God's hands now,' says Houston family

Bobbi Kristina Brown has been moved to a hospice, five months after suffering irreversible brain damage and being medically induced in a coma. The only child ...

'Division in Europe is dangerous' - Queen issues unexpected warning as EU leaders meet in Brussels for key summit

The Queen has made an unexpected plea for European unity on her four-day state visit to Germany. Speaking at a state banquet in Berlin alongside ...

President Obama shames heckler during LGBT speech by reminding them: 'You're in my house'

President Obama does not appreciate being interrupted in his own house - especially by guests eating his food and drinking his booze.  This was what ...

Ryanair plane makes emergency landing in Poland because of fears of explosives on board

A Ryanair flight has been forced to make an emergency landing in Poland amid fears there were explosives on board. The flight, from Oslo to Warsaw, ...

'Twerk' dates back to 1820, according to Oxford English Dictionary as it includes Miley Cyrus dance for first time

The word 'twerk' – describing the sexy dance now synonymous with Miley Cyrus - may date back to 1820, according to the Oxford English Dictionary. Defined ...

Marine biologists capture GoPro video of 15ft female shark off Cape Cod

Marine biologists from off the Massachusetts coast have captured stunning up-close footage of the first female shark spotted in Cape Cod in 2015. Scientists from ...

Patch of London pavement sold for £125,000

The streets of London may not be paved with gold, but a patch of pavement in north London has been sold for £125,000. The 560 sq ...

Rose McGowan 'fired' by agent just days after calling out sexism in Hollywood

Rose McGowan appears to be looking for a new agent, just days after she publicly called out sexism in the film industry. The US actress, ...

The immigration crisis at Calais would become even worse if the UK left the EU, Blunkett warns

The migration situation at Calais would become even worse if Britain left the European Union, a former home secretary has warned. David Blunkett, who served as ...

Massive protest takes place at Bank junction to remember recent graduate and newlywed cyclist

Over 400 bikers brought traffic to a complete standstill in London yesterday in protest of a young cyclist who became the eighth to be struck ...

'Freeze sperm at 18' to avoid risks linked to later fatherhood, says expert

State-supported sperm banking should be the norm for all 18-year-olds because of the risks attached to being an older father, according to a British bioethicist. An ...

US and China to create 'code of conduct' for cyber espionage and hacking after talks

China and the US are working on a “code of conduct” for online espionage and hacking after months of trading accusations over cyber attacks. Officials in ...

Mother and infant son found alive five days after plane crash in Colombia

A young mother and her child have been found alive in Western Colombia five days after their plane crashed in the jungle. Maria Nelly Murillo, 18, ...

Isis re-enters Kobani: Fighting between militants and Kurds restarts in key Syrian border city

Isis militants have re-entered the key Syrian border city of Kobani, five months after they were driven out in what was hailed as a victory ...

University of London serves up food for thought on human rights - for a fiver

The words "soup" and "education" probably conjure up an image of an impoverished student making an emergency visit to a food bank. Not quite the association ...

Linkin Park is now a venture capital fund that operates like a tech start up

Linkin Park has sold over 60 million records, become the first rock bank to achieve more than one billion YouTube hits, gained 63 million fans ...

Woman and 16-year-old girl killed by train in west London

A woman and a 16-year-old girl have died after being hit by a train at a west London train station. London Fire Brigade reported that the ...

Hillary Clinton calls for removal of Confederate flag, the 'symbol of America's racist past'

Hillary Clinton has urged all businesses to stop selling products displaying the controversial Confederate flag, calling it a symbol of America’s “racist past”. The presidential candidate ...

Pakistan heatwave: 'Abstain from fasting' clerics say as heat stroke sees death toll rise over 700 during Ramadan

Over 700 people have died from a three-day heatwave in southern Pakistan, according to government officials. Mortuaries have reached capacity and 311 people died on Tuesday ...

Calais crisis: How militancy and desperation collided to plunge Channel crossing into chaos after migrants took advantage of wildcat strike by port workers

Europe’s migration crisis played out dramatically on the motorways of northern France, as hundreds of desperate migrants attempted to board UK-bound lorries while taking advantage ...

Eurostar and P&O services resume following Calais strikes

Eurostar services are returning to normal following a strike by French ferry workers that brought chaos to the port yesterday amid a step-up in border ...

Market Report: City toasts a possible buyout of drinks giant Diageo

The City has been toasting a possible buyout of drinks giant Diageo. But that’s not the reason Nomura’s analysts raised a glass to the Johnnie ...

Queen may be forced out of Buckingham Palace during building's £150m refurbishment

The Queen may be forced to move out of Buckingham Palace while refurbishments costing an estimated £150m are made to the building. Significant amounts of asbestos ...

Queen 'may be forced out of Buckingham Palace' during building's £150m refurbishment

The Queen may be forced to move out of Buckingham Palace while refurbishments costing an estimated £150m are made to the building. Significant amounts of asbestos ...

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Thomson and First Choice cancel all Tunisian holidays as airlift of fleeing British tourists begins

Thomson and First Choice have cancelled flights to Tunisia this weekTravel agents will evacuate as many as 2,500 Brits from Tunisia todayAnyone on Thomas ...

Football-mad schoolboy, 13, drowned after falling into Thames while playing with friends

Aown Dogar fell into the murky river near Donnington Bridge in OxfordCould not be dragged out by rescue crews who were called around 7pm Described as ...

Surf’s up! Boardriders take on the biggest waves in years off at remote Western Australian break churned up by massive offshore storm

Surfers in Western Australia gathered to brave treacherous conditions after a storm produced the 'swell of a decade'The massive swell is a result of strong ...

Iggy Azalea's 39-year-old rapper ex claims the singer gave him an STD

Iggy Azalea met 39-year-old Maurice Williams, aka Hefe Wine, when she was a vulnerable 17-year-old 'fresh off the bus' from AustraliaWilliams claims that Azalea gave ...

Teenager facing terrorism charges after making a list of people who’s heads he wanted to cut off

Teenage boy arrested after police discover list of people he wanted to killThe list reportedly was of people who he planned to behead in an ...

Suspected car thief stripped naked and 'jumped from roof to roof' to escape police sniffer dog... but it caught is when witnesses notice nude man acting strangely

Two men were spotted driving a stolen vehicle in Mount Lawley, PerthPolice allege they crashed the car into a fence and fled the scene Officers deployed ...

ANZ rejects human rights commissioner's recommendation to apologise to a man after company refused to hire him for his armed robbery offence

Gillian Triggs handed down her recommendations to ANZ in MarchThe report was into discrimination in employment based on criminal recordIt reveals that a man, Mr ...

No windows or walls, and barely enough room to lie down: Remarkable pictures reveal the cramped conditions inside Tokyo's infamous 'shoebox' hotels

By Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:15 GMT, 27 June 2015 | Updated: 07:24 GMT, 27 June 2015 ...

Migrants could be biggest threat to Europe since the war, writes MICHAEL BURLEIGH

By Michael Burleigh for the Daily Mail Published: 21:00 GMT, 26 June 2015 | Updated: 07:15 GMT, 27 June 2015 ...

Does your summer look like this? How the Rich Kids of Instagram are spending their holidays... from road trips in luxury cars to sunbathing on million-dollar yachts

These unapologetically rich teens are celebrating their summers in styleThey have all documented their self-indulgent experiences on InstagramThese include flying to lavish holiday resorts via ...