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Fifteen-year-old champion showjumper died after taking MDMA at end of term party
Hannah Bragg died on June 23 2018 after taking what a coroner's court heard was a 'substantial' amount of MDMA at an end of exams party – her parents have since tried to warn other kids off taking drugs
Prison guard caught smuggling drugs in her knickers after 'spending too long in cells'
Hannah Gaves, 27, from Bristol, had her sentence increased at the court of appeal after she pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply Class A and Class B drugs
Busty cartel assassin takes pleasure in tormenting her many victims on Snapchat
The gun-toting beauty, known only as La Cholita, is believed to be a member of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, which is currently engaged in a bloody turf war with other drug gangs across Mexico
Brit expat, 25, shot dead after 'mortified' French hunter 'mistakes him for wild boar'
Morgan Keane is believed to have died instantly after being fatally shot by a 33-year-old French hunter in the remote hamlet of La Garrigue just outside Toulouse
Boris Johnson vows next summer will be 'a different world' for Brits holding weddings
With Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine set to begin its UK-wide roll out next week, hopes are rising that 2021 may look very different from 2020 – great news for those of us who are engaged
Angry mum speaks out after critics slam her for getting 8-week-old baby's ears pierced
Critics labelled Levi Connell's decision to get her young child's ears pierced 'child abuse', but the 24-year-old has defended the move and says her little girl is 'perfect'
Heartbroken mum offers £15k reward after ultra-rare dogs worth £25,000 stolen
Lilac Chow Chows Bonnie & Clyde disappeared from their Essex home on Friday with neighbours reporting strange noises, and owner Dani is convinced someone has stolen them to breed the rare dogs
Quarter of new mums say workplace is 'completely different' after maternity leave
A survey of 1,000 mums has found that Brits take an average of 10 months maternity leave and most of us find it difficult to readjust to work life after the miracle of childbirth
Covid vaccine to be rolled out in 50 hospitals as PM hails 'biological jiu jitsu'
Speaking from No.10 Downing Street on Wednesday afternoon, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the nation that the newly approved Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine 'will help us reclaim our lives'
One-in-four Brits would lose everything if their phone broke because we don't back up
A recent survey of 2,000 British adults found that only three in 10 of us have backed up the data on our mobile phones in the last 12 months, meaning we would lose everything if we broke our devices
Boris Johnson 'tells Tory MPs ridiculed Covid tier system could end in weeks'
In a letter the PM is believed to have penned to Conservative MPs this evening, Boris Johnson has revealed that England's tier system will need to pass a vote in Parliament in early February to stay in place
Over 150 anti-lockdown protesters arrested in London after violent clashes with police
Hundreds of people marched through London in protest at the government's coronavirus lockdown and, perhaps unsurprisingly, scores of them were arrested for breaching lockdown rules
I'm a Celeb superfan gets bizarre Ant and Dec tattoo to mark show's Covid castle edition
Im A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here
I'm a Celebrity has relocated to Gwrych Castle in Wales this year due to 2020's coronavirus pandemic, but one Welsh superfan of the show has been so happy with the new series he's got it inked on his skin
Meghan Markle and Harry 'give Frogmore Cottage to Eugenie' after move 'in dead of night'
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly had their UK base handed over to Princess Eugenie in a secret move that saw all of their possessions removed 'in the dead of night'
Armed police swarm mall as 'eight people including teen shot by gunman on the loose'
A huge police presence has descended on Mayfair Mall in Wuawatosa, Wisconsin in the US this Friday evening amid a number of reports of gunshots fired and multiple casualties.
Princess Diana's brother Earl Spencer 'not at all satisfied' with BBC Panorama inquiry
Earl Spencer has revealed he is 'not at all satisfied' with the scope the BBC has granted its investigation into events surrounding the Princess Diana's bombshell Panorama interview
Council orders lonely bachelor to get rid of nappy-wearing pet geese over loud honking
Sven Kirby bought the two birds as goslings after the UK came out of its first lockdown. Since then, he has hand-reared them, but now faces having to set them free after noise complaints over their honking
Brits could start getting Pfizer Covid vaccine as soon as next month, No.10 confirms
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is hosting Friday night's Downing Street press briefing in a week where the Pfizer, Moderna and Oxford University Covid-19 vaccines have all made promising breakthroughs
PM in £24billion spending spree to kit out Royal Navy ships with 'inexhaustible lasers'
Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed he was increasing the UK's defence spending by a monumental sum over the next four years, in a move that will revolutionise the Royal Navy and create 40,000 jobs.
Pfizer's Covid vaccine is 95% effective and has now passed safety checks
New data released by the pharmaceutical company revealed the vaccine was believed to be 95% effective against Covid-19 and had amassed two-months of safety data – allowing it to apply for emergency authorisation
Six in 10 Brits admit they took key workers for granted before coronavirus pandemic
A study of 2,000 Brits found as many as 60pc of us didn't give a second thought to key workers up and down the country until 2020's coronavirus pandemic thrust them into the spotlight
Vodafone to give 250k Brit schoolkids from disadvantaged homes free internet this winter
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The new emergency package has been drawn up by Vodafone after speaking with headteachers and education trusts around the UK who highlighted internet access as a major problem
Boy, 16, dies after late night police chase ends with car crashing into wall
A 16-year-old boy has died in hospital after a car he was driving smashed into a roadside wall during a police chase through Stockport last week. The independent police watchdog is now investigating
Nearly 25% of all Brits will get themselves a Christmas present this year
A study of 2,000 adults found that so many Brits are worried other people won't get them enough this Christmas that they plan to get themselves a little treat instead