Leeds man turns his garden into a rainforest

Nick Wilson, 61 (pictured), was inspired to transform his garden in Leeds after falling in love with big plants during family holidays to Cornwall in the 1990s. He started the jungle make-over in 1998 and opened the hidden paradise to visitors six years ago. Speaking about his impressive project, Nick said: 'It took 20 years to put it all together. There are so many big ferns, bamboos and big leaf plants down there. 'I had no idea that I liked big, thick enormous plants so much. It was just such a difference to soft, fluffy garden plants. It's definitely a bloke's garden.

Paralympic athlete Abdullah Hayayei dies in 'incident'

Para athelete Abdullah Hayayei (main), 36, has died after an incident at Newham Leisure Centre in London this evening (below). The UEA national was training there ahead of the World Para Athletics Championships 2017 which are due to begin in the city on Friday. Emergency services were called to reports of a 'seriously injured man' at 5pm. The athlete was pronounced dead at the scene. The news has come as a tragic shock to his teammates as he was set to compete in the shot put, discus and javelin F34 events and had been training with his teammates when the incident occurred. The circumstances surrounding his death are not yet known.

A US study claims early humans having to wake up easily in ancient times to be able to avoid predators has led to difficulties sleeping once we reach a certain age.

Queen Letizia and King Felipe touch down in London

The Spanish royals, left, were given an official farewell with honours at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas airport (left) as they set off for London, where they were greeted on behalf of The Queen by The Viscount Brookeborough, Lord-in-Waiting. But they also received a traditional English welcome in the form of a heavy shower after touching down at Stansted Airport (right). Queen Letizia (inset) and her husband will be formally greeted by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on Horse Guards Parade on Wednesday. It is expected to be 96-year-old Philip's last state visit before he retires from public duties after the summer. The state visit is seen as an important step in securing relations with Spain as the UK leaves the EU.

When the Charlie Gard case first came to light, I confess I took the side of the Great Ormond Street doctors, writes SARAH VINE, Then I heard Charlie's mother, Connie Yates, being interviewed.

The study found that by not having a child, the carbon footprint of an individual living in a developed country would be reduced on average by an extra 58.6 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year.

The mums addicted to being busy, busy, busy!

Mothers have never been busier - fact.P Not only are they often expected to be the breadwinner, when they're not working they're still shouldering most of the burden of childcare, while micro-managing the family diary and trying to pursue interests of their own. A biochemist has coined the phrase 'Rushing Woman Syndrome' to describe women permanently on the brink of burn-out. Here, two mums who freely admit they are addicted to being busy, and average more than 100 hours a week at the coal face of work, motherhood and hobbies tell SADIE NICHOLAS why they simply refuse to take a rest.

Owen Jenkins - who was a talented runner and rugby player - has been described as a 'friendly giant' and a 'loving, kind, considerate and well-mannered lad', who would do anything to help anyone.

The British Racing Drivers' Club, which owns the Northamptonshire circuit, gave notice of its intent to leave its current deal in two years' time. 2019 will be the last year for the Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Jealous top lawyer spat in girlfriend's face in boozy row

Matt Owen (left), 33, from Buckinghamshire, became extremely angry when his lover Rachel Croft-Roberts (pictured) left his birthday at the five-star Brown's Hotel in London. The Deloitte solicitor was shouting at her about 'other men', before grabbing hold of her wrists, screaming abuse in her face and spitting on her twice. The ex-grammar school pupil said he could not remember spitting on Miss Croft-Roberts during the boozy row. She told police she had been attacked by Owen on a number of occasions. The office administrator said he dragged her out of bed by her ankles on holiday because he was angry about pictures she had uploaded on Facebook and Instagram.

Five fires are caused every day in England by fridges, tumble dryers and other appliances, it is claimed. The warning comes in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, triggered by a fridge.

Berkti Haftom (pictured right), who was 29, has been confirmed by police to be one of the victims of the Grenfell Tower inferno - her 12-year-old son Biruk is still missing.

Bitten off more than you can chew? Pair of lions try to take down a buffalo... before the animal's feisty friends join in the fight

The incredible scenes were caught on camera by student ranger Oliver Lane, at the Umlani Bushcamp in Timbavati Private Nature Reserve in Hoedspruit, in South Africa's Limpopo province. The footage shows a buffalo doing its best to fight off two lions. Together, the predators manage to drag their prey to the ground and proceed to dig their fangs into the helpless animal. But as the buffalo cries out in distress, his friends come running back to fight off the predators. Overpowered, the lions are forced to slink off without any dinner.

The S15.2 million operation - which includes the UK - to tackle people-smuggling operations had not 'in any meaningful way' deterred migrants or disrupted the criminal networks.

Officials are preparing for the dinner and dance which is going to last from 7pm to 3am at some stage between October and December at the Council of the EU's Justus Lipsius building in Brussels.

Johanna Konta once made her big sister CRY during Monopoly

All hail Johanna Konta (pictured right with her sister Eva Mumford, brother-in-law Shane Mumford and their child Ollie), the first British woman to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals since dinosaurs roamed the Earth, writes JAN MOIR. Or at least since 1978 when Virginia Wade made it into the last four - a year after being crowned the winner. Yesterday, Miss Wade was back at Centre Court to watch women's tennis history being made as the Eastbourne-based 26-year-old (pictured inset with her sister and nephew and left on Centre Court) followed in her plimsolled footsteps. It was a great victory for the pony-tailed player few outside tennis circles knew much about until last week. Now of course, we all love her to bits. Come on, Konta!

Inside hotel room where Chris Cornell committed suicide

Photos from inside Soundgarden's Chris Cornell's (inset left) hotel room after his suicide have been released. The frontman's lifeless body was found by his bodyguard Martin Kristen who went to check on the singer after his wife Vicky Karayiannis called - unable to get a hold of him. Kristen kicked open the main door to his room at the MGM Grand in Detroit. Inside the room a guitar was laying on a chair (seen main), a crumpled flight ticket was also found (pictured top right), the noose used in the suicide is seen middle right and prescription pills were also found in the room (pictured bottom right).

A report into the general election found one MP suffered an anti-semitic attack while canvassing. Racist graffiti about another Conservative candidate was daubed in a polling booth.

Launching a Government review of modern working practices, Prime Minister Theresa May brought down the mood by revealing Brits will work half their waking lives, writes QUENTIN LETTS.

Kim Jong Un watches girl band at celebratory pop concert

The North Korean dictator sat next to his wife Ri Sol-ju and weapons engineer Jang Chang-ha after promoting him following the launch of Hwasong-14, which is believed to be capable of reaching most of Alaska. Leading the bill at the concert was the Moranbong Band, an all-female ensemble that was hand-picked by Kim. Among the numbers performed were 'Song of Hwasong Rocket' and 'Make Others Envy Us.' The concert took place amid claims the launch was not as successful as first thought with South Korean intelligence saying the North has not secured re-entry capabilities for its ICBM programme.

Families in the UK have endured a decade of spiralling bills according to the Office of National Statistics, who say energy, food, education and insurance costs have all spiked since 2006.

In a move likely to anger honest taxpaying workers, the report, by Tony Blair's former policy chief Matthew Taylor, suggested Britons paying cash-in-hand to get a discount were not 'good citizens'.

US commander in Iraq warns of 'ISIS 2.0' emerging in Mosul

Lieutenant General Stephen Townsend (inset) said ISIS will establish a new foothold in Iraq if the Shia-majority government fails to reach out to disaffected Sunni Muslims following the battle for Mosul. Government troops are in 'firm' control of the city, but are now scouring the runs (left) for explosive devices and ISIS fighters hiding among civilians (right, and Iraqi soldier holds an ISIS flag). His warning came as diplomats gathered in Washington to plot a way forward in the Middle East after the fall of ISIS, with one saying: 'I think everyone has learnt the hard way that unless you stick around and get the job done, we'll be back there again in 10 years' time.'

Hugh Grant brands Donald Trump Jr a ЂЂЂw****rЂЂЂ on Twitter

Hugh Grant has branded Donald Trump Jr a w****r in a Twitter post showing the US President's son holding a sawn off elephant's tail during a 2010 hunting trip.P The English actor posted the hunting picture with the caption 'Americans often ask me to define the British word "w****r".' The pictures were taken on a trip to Zimbabwe in 2010, with other shots showing Trump Jr and brother Eric posing with a leopard they killed, as well as a hunted buffalo and their raft of guns.P

Ashley Murrell banished husband to sofa and found him dead

Mother-of-three Ashley Murrell, 33, had a heated argument with her husband Mikey (together, left), 36, when he returned home late from a 16 hour shift as she was worried he was running himself into the ground. Mrs Murrell, from Somerset, told her husband to sleep on the sofa on May 16, but when the beauty therapist woke up the next morning, she discovered her husband had died. She later learned her husband, who worked as a carpet cleaner, had been working extra hours to save money to take her to Prague for their anniversary on July 3. But now it has emerged that she is now in a relationship with his brother, Chris (right), after he supported her through her grief.

To qualify as an EU airline, shareholders must be made up of a majority of European Union holders at the company, and Ireland-based Ryanair is scrambling to tick the boxes.

Medical centre is destroyed by huge blaze with dozens of firefighters battling the flames in Surrey after 'explosion' that was heard for miles around

A medical centre in Surrey has been destroyed (left) after a fire ripped through the building, with explosions heard for 'miles around'. Dozens of firefighters are at the scene (right) battling the blaze at Weybridge Health Centre. Oxygen tanks are believed to have blown up after being exposed to the flames, but there have been no reports of injuries and no one is thought to be in immediate danger. Surrey Police have urged the public to avoid the area.

Plain-clothed officers cycled around Birmingham and the Black Country in a bid to snare drivers creeping too close to bikers. A lorry driver was fined S1,038 and given five points.

Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman is challenging a High Court ruling that cleared Al-Hijrah School in Birmingham of operating an unlawful policy of segregating the sexes.

'Like something out of a film':PAstonishing video shows machete-wielding thugs fighting in the street before running a man over as they make their escape

The video, which is described as 'like something out of a film', shows thugs Milo Stanley and Daniel Robson attacking two victims (pictured) outside Winter's Wine Bar, on Little Underbank, Stockport. They got out of a red Mini and hit one victim with a machete and then a second who came to his aid. After further scuffles the two attackers drove off at speed, running over one of the victims, who was sent flying over the car roof and crashing onto the floor.

Owen Finn (pictured), 64, was driving home from a function at Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce when he ploughed into Kiernan Roberts, 16, in Elloughton, East Yorkshire.

Kenya leopard hides on a tree from its prey

Hidden somewhere in the picture, taken in Kenya's Masai Mara, is a camouflaged leopard, heading towards its dinner. The photo was taken by German wildlife photographer Ingo Gerlach who admits he was lucky to have spotted the big cat in the first place. He said: 'The leopard was incredibly shy and I had to wait over five hours to take the picture.'

Blessing Burgess, 31, from Stockport, was fined when she parked in the town centre as her husband entered the registration for the wrong car. But she beat the parking firm in court.

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How criminals use household gadgets to spy on you

Last week, a survey of 15 devices by Which? found that eight were vulnerable to hacking. Having set up a home with gadgets, the consumer group invited a team of security researchers, SureCloud, to hack it. One of their most disturbing discoveries involved a range of toys by CloudPets (top right). These include cuddly cats, unicorns and bears costing as little as S5.99. Not only could the hackers use the toy to listen to what was going on in the room, they could also use it to send messages. Also found to vulnerable to hackers were the Smarter I Kettle, top centre; Amazon Echo, bottom centre. Baby monitors (bottom right) can also be accessed.

Holly Brockwell, 31, a writer from London, was sterilised last year after a lengthy four-year battle. She spoke out about her controversial decision on Loose Women and was supported by her partner.

Rhodri Philipps, the fourth Viscount St Davids, sent menacing messages over social media - including a number relating to anti-Brexit campaigner, Gina Miller.

Bored Panda has compiled a collection of the awkward occasions when people should have double checked who they were talking to - including someone who offered Annie Lennox airplay.

Police are appealing for the owner of a Staffordshire bull terrier who bit a pensioner in Walton, Essex to come forward. The 73-year-old man later died in hospital. (Stock image)

Dramatic moment drivers battle to save car crash victims from burning alive as their vehicle is hit by a fireball

The footage from Baku, Azerbaijan, shows the aftermath of a crash, in which a Lada car smashed into the back of a Volga. Witnesses rush to the scene to free the victims, as a huge fireball explodes. One rescuer kicks the glass out of the window before helping pull the driver from the car as another smashes the window from the passenger side.

Karan Cheema, 13, became seriously ill at his school in Greenford, West London, in the middle of morning lessons and his mother Rina has demanded answers over how it happened.

HMS Ocean (pictured leaving Sunderland port), the largest ship in the British fleet and its only helicopter carrier, is set to be decommissioned next year before possibly joining the Brazilian navy.

The worst grammar mistakes on the web

In a hilarious gallery of images posted online people have revealed the very worst spelling and grammar howlers they have come across on social media. In many cases a missed comma or apostrophe has caused a Facebook status to have a whole new meaning - often with embarrassing consequences. In several examples a visit from the grammar police has not been well received, with red faced people hitting back at their critics.

Sir Vince, who at the weekend predicted Brexit might never happen, claimed many people wanted to Europe out of a misplaced sense of nostalgia.

His remains were first excavated from a burial mound in Derbyshire, in the 1930s, when he was found buried alongside a stone pendant which was likely worn as a necklace.

Terrifying moment 400 huge sharks lurk beneath the water as a group of oblivious schoolchildren swim dangerously close

Drone footage has captured hundreds of sharks swimming close to school children and through schools of baitfish (bottom left and right) at Red Bluff on Quobba Station in Western Australia's north. Photographer Sean Scott couldn't believe his eyes when he saw two three-metre Bronze Whalers (top left) stalking the youngsters atPthe beach. 'I flew [my drone] over and then saw these sharks sort of swimming across thinking, "what's going on here''?' The Bronze Whalers came terrifyingly close to the children as they floated on their bodyboards in the murky waters just metres from shore. 'They were obviously going over to have a little bit of a look and got pretty close and realisedPthat wasn't their food chainPand turned around,' Mr Scott said. 'But it was pretty incredible to see these boys just floating on their back.'

Retired cyclist Sir Chris Hoy joked that he might need to have a break from Twitter after lawyer Sarra Hoy said he munched on the chocolate bar whole. Some social media users said he needed 'help'.

The Foreign Secretary said the chances of Britain crashing out of the union without a trade deal are 'vanishingly unlikely' and that no plan B is being drawn up.

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More than half the normal rain for July could fall in parts of Britain today as a weather front carries 'heavy and persistent' downpours that will bring a crashing end to the week-long heatwave.

Michelle Baldwin, 40, of Runcorn, Cheshire and her two sons Shaun, 21, and Shane, 20, have been banned from keeping animals for 10 years after neglecting their pet dogs and allowed them to starve.

PC Claire Boddie, 47, allegedly tasered Avon and Somerset Police's race relations advisor Judah Adunbi in a case of mistaken identity during a confrontation on January 14 in Bristol.

'I got more millionaire lawyers than you know what to do with, you stupid b****!': Bodycam video captures Shia LaBeouf's foul-mouthed tirade directed at cops who arrested him for public drunkenness

In newly released police body camera footage, the Transformers actor is heard repeatedly using expletives, name-calling law enforcement officers and accusing a black cop of arresting 'white people who give a f***.' LaBeouf (pictured in his mugshot, inset), 31, was charged on Saturday with public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and obstruction after getting aggressive over a cigarette in a hotel lobby. LaBeouf was later released from jail after posting $7,000 bond.P

UK households should be given an energy bill rebate after power companies made 'unjustified' profits of S7.5 billion, according to charity Citizens Advice.

A model was strapped into two different bra sizes to show the difference in support - with Dr. Jenny Burbage warning that too much 'jiggling' can actually lead to damage to delicate breast tissue.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: A woman's golf-ball sized lump on her shoulder left Dr Pimple Popper, aka Sandra Lee, baffled. She is challenging her fans to guess the problem.

After mounting pressure from MPs, the Prime Minister said there would be a full probe into how tainted blood clotting agents were given to patients in the 1970s and 1980s.

Eileidh Paterson, five, of Forres, Moray, who had neuroblastoma, made a bucket list after being told her condition was terminal - but she has now been laid to rest at Aberdeen Crematorium.

Pamplona 2017: Matador successfully performs risky move

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Amazing images show bullfighter Leonardo Hernandez taking his life into his hands by sensationally going head-to-head with a bull (right) in Pamplona, Spain. The risky action took place during a fight in the world famous San Fermin festival, which sees clashes in the bull ring every night for a week. The event is also well-known for the 'running of the bulls', in which members of the public try to outsprint the creatures but often end up getting hurt, with one man crushed up against a fence by a bull today (left and inset),

Psychologists at the University of Kent found people with trypophobia experience the same type of aversion when viewing a lotus pod, for example, as they would when shown a cluster of ticks.

Male ring-tailed lemurs use 'moan' and 'hmm' calls to stay close to neighbors, particularly when they could be separated during travel, research by the University of Toronto, Mississauga found.

Gray Gustafson Reisfield, (pictured main) heiress to the estate of actress Greta Garbo, has died in California. Ms Reisfield, 85 was a favorite companion to the star (pictured inset)

Stephen Greenhalgh, of Barrow, unloaded the appalling rant at officers, who remained calm despite him calling them nearly every abusive name he could think of.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Ben, a crossbreed, was rescued from a home in Merseyside byPRSPCA inspector Anthony Joynes whoPpersuaded owner to sign over the elderly dog.

Groom becomes first UK Muslim to have a same-sex marriage

Jahed Choudhury, 24, from Darlaston, West Midlands married his partner of two years Sean Rogan, 19, in a ceremony in Walsall with both grooms wearing traditional Bangladeshi outfits. Mr Choudhury explained that his new husband saved his life when he approached him two years ago. Mr Choudhury said that he and his new husband have faced death threats, with people claiming they should never have been born. He said: 'I want to say to all people going through the same thing that it's okay - we're going to show the whole world that you can be gay and Muslim.'

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. A truly revolting video has emerged of the moment a woman has a mound of feral ear wax pulled from the inside of her ear.

McDonald's in Glasgow is one of several branches of the restaurant using classical music to calm diners during late night opening, playing Brahms instead of pop songs.

The little boy, from County Durham, was spoken to by officers last year and is the youngest person to be investigated for sending explicit messages (stock photo is pictured).

Juliet Hughes, 54, from Penarth, in the Vale of Glamorgan, took to Facebook to try and and find a job for her son Adam, 27, after a number of unsuccessful job interviews.

Eater.com claimed mince on toast is a British classic in a tweet linking to a recipe video. But baffled Brits were quick to mock the suggestion on Twitter. Nigella Lawson also waded into the debate.

Duke of Cambridge attends Battle of Britain air display

Prince William, 35, joined veterans who flew and worked on RAF aircraft during the Second World War (left, with Flight Lieutenant Russell 'Rusty' Waughman), at RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire, on Tuesday. The Duke is patron of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF), which was formed on July 11 1957 by Group Captain Peter Thompson, a former Battle of Britain Hurricane pilot. He was treated to a display by Spitfires, Hurricanes and a Lancaster (main).

Jake Haddock, of Radcliffe, Manchester, had been on a five-day water sports trip to southern France with his school Waterloo Lodge, based in Chorley, Lancashire.

Chloe Murray was excluded from Debenham High School, Norfolk, three weeks before her GCSE exams after fellow students told teachers she had taken a substance on school property.

Danish Kristian von Hornsleth has so far fitted ten men in London with the 'Hornsleth Homeless Tracker' and is 'selling' them for almost S25,000 each. They can be tracked using an 'exclusive app'.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Moscow's defence ministry is beginning work immediately on the 'Satan 2' missile and the Barguzin railroad combat missile complex (pictured).

Les Mis-tery SOLVED! Busker whose rendition of I Dreamed A Dream was seen 350,000 times online is revealed as classical music student who once opened for Tom Jones

The three-minute clip (main) of the talented singer belting out Les Miserables' I Dreamed a Dream in Lichfield was posted on Facebook by Amber Lakin. The singer has now been revealed as 28-year-old Matt Bond (inset), from Castle Bromwich. The singer told MailOnline: 'I'm a singer and actor at the Royal Academy of Music but before this I used to be a social worker.' Crowds can be seen gathering around and cheering on the singer as he hits some impressive notes. Posting the video online, Amber said: 'Genuinely stuck for words- not like me!' Since being posted online, the video has been watched 352,000 times and shared more than 6,000 times. Hundreds posted comments about how 'fantastic' the singer was and claiming he should appear in musical theatre shows on the West End.

Damning dashcam footage showed Michael Morton was using his phone for nearly half an hour while driving on the A38 near Little Eaton, Derbyshire in January.

The mother and ex-husband Jim Carrey's late girlfriend Cathriona White are once again accusing the actor of offering to pay for the woman's funeral, and then never handing over any money.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Moscow's defence ministry is beginning work immediately on the 'Satan 2' missile and the Barguzin railroad combat missile complex (pictured).

Dr Edmond Hewlett from the UCLA School of Dentistry warns that fizzy water is more acidic than the plain version of the beverage, which is made worse by its common inclusion of additives.

Aldi's popularity certainly isn't waning. The supermarket's own brand premium washing up liquid has beaten Fairy Liquid Original in a product test by consumer body Which?

In an interview to mark her upcoming 40th birthday, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden has opened up about her battles with anorexia and anxiety and her struggles with dyslexia.

The Queen is resplendent in florals at Buckingham Palace

The monarch looked cheery in a mint green dress emblazoned with yellow and pink flowers, left, as she and Prince Philip, bottom right, welcomed businessmen and women to Buckingham Palace at a reception for winners of The Queen's Awards for Enterprise. The Queen's beloved dogs could be in for a treat after one winner of the Queen's Awards for Enterprise promised to send them a taste of his company's pet chews. The offer was made as the Queen, who sipped on water, top right, and Duke of Edinburgh joined business leaders at a Buckingham Palace reception on Tuesday. Tony Raeburn's Blackburn-based firm was among more than 150 to be recognised for its contribution to business in the UK, having exported its range of nylon 'TastyBones' to 29 countries around the world. The awards were created in the Queen's name in 1965 and have since celebrated the achievements of almost 7,000 recipients.

Will Seaton, 25, from Santa Claus, Indiana, hired a photographer to capture the moment he got down on one knee and asked girlfriend of six years, Ashley Schaus, to be his bride.

Across the continent, 35 people have died from the contagious infection in the past year - despite it being preventable with a vaccine, the World Health Organization has warned.

EXCLUSIVE: Mithun Chauhan, from a poor Indian village, had growths all over and struggled to eat, see or breathe. Without treatment the growing tumours would block his airways.

The man, from Makoni, in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe, had severely bruised genitals when passersby found him on the side of the road following an alleged two-day abduction and gang rape.

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The video shows French mastiff Legend being hosed down by a child using a hose pipe (pictured) in a metal tub. The video was an instant hit, clocking up thousands of views on Instagram and numerous comments. Mr Lawhead said the dog was overheated and enjoys being cooled down by the child, who is his 'best friend'.

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Ruth Collier, of Fareham, fell for decorator Paul Davis, 38. However, after they had a child together he turned violent and, after one particularly brutal beating, left her needing a major operation on her eye.

Flipping amazing! Swimmer's head-first spinning-dive right through the hole in an inflatable flamingo ring is filmed by stunned holidaymakersP

Adam Simpson, 26, from Bedale, North Yorkshire, was relaxing by the pool at an Italian villa when he started doing elaborate dives into the water. He was then challenged to attempt an 'underflip' straight through the hole of a bright pink flamingo. And to everyone's amazement, he performed the stunt perfectly first time. Adam was attending his cousin's wedding at the Castello di Montalto. He said: 'As the day went on, some of the bride's family and friends attended the pool and brought an inflatable flamingo and lobster.'

   

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'Your house is a danger to your dog!': RSPCA order couple to clean their filthy home or they will seize their pet in shocking scenes from TV documentaryP

Geraldine and Robert from Lancashire were slammed on social media for the state of their home. They were helped by the RSPCA to clean up so their pets could live in a safe environment. Their story was shown on Channel 5's The Dog Rescuers with Alan Davies, where inspector Jason Bowles (right with Geraldine) visited their home to check on their dog Chesney, 11 (left).

In hilarious footage recorded in Britain the youngster attempts to leap over the fast-rolling object. But he can't jump fast enough and takes a direct hit to the face from the side of the bale.

The wraps were taken off the new British-built electric London taxi today as the Chinese-owned firm behind the 'green' cab said first export orders were also in.

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$18m Brooklyn mansion still on the market after four years

A mansion in Brooklyn is for sale again after four unsuccessful years on the market. 2458 National Drive was built by a mob associated and is owned by a Russian heiress and is priced at $18million. It first went on the market in 2013 for $30million. When no one bought eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom home then, the price was taken down to $17million without the guest house.PBy 2016, it was priced at $12.5million. Now it's back on the market at $18million including the adjoining guest home. The main house on the gated waterfront property was built by John Rosatti, a multimillionaire and an associate of the Colombo crime family. In the 1990s, he sold the property for $3million when he got into some legal trouble. Galina Anisimova, a Russian heiress who is known as the mother of the 'Russian Paris Hilton', bought the property and is still the current owner.

   

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