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Touchdown! David Cameron wings in to Washington to meet President Obama at start of three-day U.S. tour

British Prime Minster left this morning on a chartered British Airways jet with wife Samantha The Whitehouse Head of Protocol greeted the couple as they walked ...

Scientists use world's fastest 3D printer to create amazingly detailed F1 car

By Eddie Wrenn PUBLISHED: 12:44 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:37 EST, 13 March 2012 The attention to detail is exquisite - and the craftsmanship is ...

Children do better at school when told that failure is a normal part of learning

By Rob Waugh PUBLISHED: 11:20 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:34 EST, 13 March 2012 Tiger mothers who push their children to achieve at all costs ...

Top Gear in new fakery row as traffic jam is staged while James May claims 'these are real roads, with real traffic'

By Tom Gardner PUBLISHED: 12:54 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:29 EST, 13 March 2012 It was the heart-stopping scene which had viewers of the final ...

Girl, 12, dies after being struck in the chest by a ball at school

By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 13:13 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:22 EST, 13 March 2012 A 12-year-old girl has died after being hit by a rugby ...

Herd of elephants pack their trunks with fruit and leaves during National Elephant Day celebration in Thailand

By Amy Oliver PUBLISHED: 12:01 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:36 EST, 13 March 2012 As food spreads go, this was certainly one to trumpet about. Juicy ...

Portrait of Britain 2012: Armed police train guns on 'veiled woman who claims to have bomb in bag'

Police in Teesside were alerted shortly after 11am Incident is still on-going, seven hours after it started Bomb disposal experts are at the scene and a helicopter ...

Tory council chief Christine Channon: 'I'll be over the limit - I've drunk two cans of Special Brew'

Devon County councillor Christine Channon found to be almost double the drink-drive limit By Richard Hartley-parkinson PUBLISHED: 11:47 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:35 EST, 13 ...

HOW much? One-room beach hut with no electricity or running water put up for sale for £126,000

Buyers expected to fight over hut with no toilet, measuring 13ft by 12ft Isolated cabin accessed only via boat, a long walk or a novelty ‘Noddy’ ...

Atlanta airport accident: Delta Air Lines Boeing 737 taxis off runway

By Travelmail Reporter PUBLISHED: 13:05 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:05 EST, 13 March 2012 A Delta Air Lines jet has sustained 'significant damage' after rolling ...

The battle of Middle Earth (Enterprises): British pub called The Hobbit for 20 years is sued by Hollywood giant over use of name

By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 08:18 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 12:30 EST, 13 March 2012 A pub that has been called The Hobbit for more than ...

Vincent LaGuardia: Conductor dies DURING orchestra concert

By Beth Stebner PUBLISHED: 08:45 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:06 EST, 13 March 2012 A beloved conductor collapsed during a concert in front of hundreds ...

Strawberry yields: First bumper crop hits shops as 55,000 tonnes of red fruit is expected to be sold in record year

Gearing up for Diamond Jubilee, Euro 2012, Olympics and, of course, Wimbledon By Nick Enoch PUBLISHED: 09:43 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 13:05 EST, 13 March ...

One hundred paedophiles chemically castrated in controversial prison experiment to crush their sex drive

Former inmates at facility include Victor Kelly - who offered a 12-year-old cocaine to get her to have sex with him - and Kevin Skaith ...

Biker gets thieving welcome home after having bike stolen after returning from 9,000-mile trip around AFRICA

By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 12:13 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 12:16 EST, 13 March 2012 Local theft: Jim Adams, 21, safely biked 9,000 miles through dangerous ...

Robert J. Caldwell death: Married newspaper editor, 63, dies from heart attack after having sex with woman, 23, in Oregon

By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:34 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 12:08 EST, 13 March 2012 A married 63-year-old newspaper editor has died after going into ...

Meet Herbert the turbot who swims the opposite direction to the rest of his shoal because his face is back to front

By Tom Gardner PUBLISHED: 10:45 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 11:59 EST, 13 March 2012 A turbot flatfish has a whole new outlook on life as ...

Bridegroom-to-be 'tortured a grandmother to death in bungled robbery to pay for his wedding'

Posed as council workman to trick way into her home By Emily Allen PUBLISHED: 11:24 EST, 13 March 2012 | UPDATED: 11:58 EST, 13 March 2012 A bridegroom-to-be ...

Richard Mannington Bowes killer named: Darrel Desuze, 17, admits killing pensioner in London riots 2012

Darrel Desuze, 17, admitted the manslaughter of Richard Mannington Bowes, 68, on August 8 last year He can be named after an order banning his identification ...

Judge dismisses payout bid of schoolgirls who blamed teachers for Belize trip rape

Girls 'at pains to keep noise to minimum' so teachers, who slept just yards away, could not hear the attack Dismissing £100,000 compensation bid, judge said ...

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BA shares fly high on hopes of €1.36bn Aer Lingus takeover

Aer Lingus has announced it is considering an improved takeover offer of €1.36 billion from International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG), the parent of British Airways. The ...

New York snow storm: State outlaws vehicles on roads as 'life-threatening blizzard' rolls in

Residents in New York City and other areas are being urged to bunk up inside their homes and avoid going outside as the potentially life-threatening ...

Ebola death toll is slowing, but what next for blighted West African countries?

Ebola saw to it that children in Sierra Leone often had to live in ghastly proximity to corpses. Like those in Liberia and Guinea, they ...

Kobani 'back in Kurdish hands' after Isis militants desert city

The Syrian border city of Kobani, the site of a totemic four-month battle between coalition-backed Kurdish and Iraqi forces and militant fighters from the Islamic ...

James Moore: Barbie gives her boss the cold shoulder

It isn’t only Page Three’s pneumatic blondes that are falling out of favour. Barbie is also on the slide and, after a fifth quarterly decline ...

James Moore: Can BHS be sold – or will another one bite the dust?

So who is going to buy BHS? Or should that read: who is going to remove the BHS millstone from around Sir Philip Green’s neck? ...

James Moore: Can BHS be sold – or will another one bite the dust?

So who is going to buy BHS? Or should that read: who is going to remove the BHS millstone from around Sir Philip Green’s neck? ...

James Moore: Dublin faces a Hobson's choice over Willie Walsh's third Aer Lingus offer

By common consensus, the €1.36bn (£1bn) that Willie Walsh’s International Airlines Group (IAG) proposes to pony up for the Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus is, ...

Market Report: Fracking investors dealt a further blow

Investors who bet on a fracking boom in Britain are out of pocket. The country’s nascent shale gas industry was dealt a blow yesterday after ...

Standard Chartered steps up the hunt for Peter Sands’ successor

Standard Chartered, the embattled FTSE 100 emerging markets bank, could declare succession plans as soon as next month after growing pressure for its chief executive ...