A Tory minister was filmed last night forcibly removing a climate change protester from an event in London where Chancellor Philip Hammond (bottom left) had been addressing bankers and members of the financial services industry. Greenpeace protesters wearing red dresses stormed the annual Bankers and Merchants Dinner at Mansion House last night (bottom right), as Mr Hammond delivered a speech on the 'state of UK politics' and how Brexit could impact the UK economy. As the protesters mingled around dinner tables, one walked towards the table where Conservative MP Mark Field was sat. Noticing her marching towards him, Mr Field stood up and was filmed pushing her against a pillar (left) before marching her out of the building. His actions have sparked mass debate on social media with some calling for the MP to resign over the incident, with members of the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats saying he should be suspended or sacked. After the incident the women were escorted out of the building (top right) and no police action was taken against them. 

'Dark dealing' does for Gove: How nods, winks and plot dealt the man Boris feared a fatal

The alcoves and recesses of the Palace of Westminster are built for plotting. And early yesterday, as MPs arrived for the final two rounds in the Conservative leadership contest, the air was thick with conspiracy. Certainly Team Michael Gove feared a plot was afoot, after a newspaper report that Boris Johnson's (pictured top) camp wanted Mr Gove (bottom left) 'humiliated' in revenge for turning on their man in 2016. Back then, one Johnson ally said there was 'a special place in hell' reserved for Mr Gove. After losing by just two points, Team Gove muttered darkly the vote has been rigged all week with Rory Stewart's numbers inflated to remove Dominic Raab, another Brexiteer threat to Boris, and Sajid Javid's vote was pushed up to keep him in the race. All fingers pointed at one man: Gavin Williamson, (bottom right) the former chief whip and Defence Secretary who seemed to revel in his reputation for Machiavellian dark arts.

ALEX BRUMMER: I'm more aware than most of the City's history of nasty scandals and the pitfalls for small-time investors.

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More than 20,000 new-style 'Asbos' have been handed out in recent years to homeowners across the UK accused of minor 'anti-social' activities such as keeping chickens or feeding birds.

Authorities say Marion Wilson Jr., left, died Thursday in a Jackson prison. Wilson and Robert Earl Butts Jr. were convicted of the murder of Donovan Corey Parks, right.

BBC journalist Andrew Marr has linked residents of Primrose Hill 'living in their nice houses' taking drugs with the slaughter on the streets of the capital, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.

Trump 'approved military strike against Iran in retaliation for downing US drone but PULLED BACK last minute - against the advice of aides - as planes were in air and battleships in position'

The president, pictured Thursday in the Oval Office with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, White House national security adviser John Bolton and outgoing Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, is said to have approved military strikes against Iran in retaliation for the downing of a $180m US spy drone. Planned attacks on Iranian targets, including radar and missile batteries, had been approved according to the New York Times, with multiple senior administration sources said to have confirmed the move. One insider is said to have claimed planes were in the air and ships were in position when the mission was called off after newly released Pentagon video showed a smoke trail from the downed aircraft, top right. The president held a Situation Room briefing Thursday evening where his administration are said to have promised a 'measured' response after initially slamming the downing of the drone as a 'big mistake' by Iran. Trump has twice taken military action against targets in the Middle East - in Syria in 2017 and 2018. It is not known why a decision was made to pull back Thursday or what the response going forward will be.

NEW Adrian McCallum caught a boy in his arms as the terrified youngster jumped from a first-floor window in Ayr as a fire tore through the house in January, killing 18-year-old Natalie Merry.

TV stars have revealed their favourite breakfasts and bizarre early morning rituals. One likes to sip a glass of warm water at 4.35am while another does 30 minutes of yoga before breakfast.

Why I handed back my adopted babies when I got pregnant: Woman tells of heartbreaking

School librarian Ali Sanders adopted twins after doctors said she was infertile. However, the day after she brought them to her and husband Michael's home in Staffordshire she found out she was pregnant. Ali then made the heartbreaking decision to send the two babies home. She now has a three-year-old son called Jacob (inset, left and right). The couple adopted the babies just after Christmas 2014 and Ali said her husband bonded with them straight away but that she felt like she wasn't 'getting it'. When she took the two boys to the park for the first time she said: 'When I was sitting with my beautiful buggy containing these gorgeous babies, I just wanted the process to stop. I'd never felt so lonely in my life'.

Matthew Perry looks disheveled with long dirty fingernails as he emerges for first time in

Matthew Perry has been pictured out in public for the first time in almost two years following his recent health battles.  But the 49-year-old Friends actor, who has previously battled substance addiction and depression, sparked concern with his appearance as he was seen walking in Manhattan on Thursday looking disheveled and bloated. The TV funnyman, who spent three months in hospital last year for a ruptured bowel, was seen wearing loose-fitting stained clothes and sporting a large mark on his right cheek.

How Boris's final act of revenge on Michael Gove was a dish served VERY cold indeed

Boris Johnson secured a double victory today as he made it into the final two in the race to be the next prime minister and watched as his rival Michael Gove fell agonisingly short. The pair were almost inseparable during the 2016 EU referendum campaign as they pulled pints and travelled together on the Vote Leave bus. But the result was the catalyst for their relationship to fracture as they both eyed Downing Street. The seeds of their rivalry had been planted at university when Mr Gove had helped Mr Johnson in his bid to win the presidency of the Oxford Union.

Jeremy Hunt managed to claw his way back to secure a place in the head-to-head this evening, amid claims that he might have been 'loaned' votes by Mr Johnson to settle old scores.

Now Rory Stewart calls for 300,000 of his supporters to 'take over the Tory party'

The leadership race loser (centre) called for tens of thousands to sign up to the party to counteract the apparent hardline Brexiteer majority in its ranks as Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt prepared to face off to become Prime Minister. The surprise package of the internecine battle to become Tory leader addressed a 'losers rally' in central London tonight, telling the crowd they could make the Conservative the 'party of the centre ground'. He added: 'The way that you will do that is by joining. The way that you will do that is by getting 300,000 members in to that party and making it again the party of the centre ground. An invitation to join a movement, an invitation also for some of you to do what you will be reluctant to do, which is re-engage with politics directly.' His call will lead to comparisons with the Hard-Left Momentum group which was set up to support Jeremy Corbyn as he took control of the Labour Party in 2015 and attack his enemies. During the rally Mr Stewart seemed to be having a great time and was pictured clutching a pint, bottom left.

HENRY DEEDES: When 1922 chief Cheryl Gillan (pictured centre) entered the room just after 6pm, it fell so quiet you could almost hear the butterflies outside clearing their larynxes.

Antoinette Sandbach, who represents Eddisbury in Cheshire, posted a screen grab from WhatsApp which she claimed was sent by a male Tory MP, calling her a 'disgrace'.

NEW Mark Carney (pictured) says that the UK leaves the EU without a trade agreement in place, there will be both short-term and long-term consequences in terms of trade for Britain.

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS looks at the sex-crazed empire builders immortalised in new ITV drama

Set in India at the zenith of the East India Company, around the end of the 18th century, Beecham House is the story of colonial entrepreneur John Beecham. He has no wife... but a secret, half-Indian baby. Although the series treats this as scandalous, Beecham, played by Tom Bateman (a period drama veteran, who was dashing husband Rawdon Crawley in Vanity Fair), was far from unique. In fact, as revealed in a sweeping historical study, The British In India, by historian David Gilmour, most British men with the Company in that era lived with an Indian or part-Indian mistress... and often more than one.

Ashikiah Reid, 36, from Erdington, Birmingham was caught on camera roughly cleaning the elderly woman's face with a flannel and slapping her hands and arms.

Good Omens, based on a 1990 book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, premiered on May 31, starring Michael Sheen as the angel Aziraphale and David Tennant and the demon Crowley.

'When I first heard something Korean had exploded in America, I got worried': Comedian Jimmy Carr sparks international race row with joke about K-pop act BTS on Australian TV 

Carr mocked the band while appearing on Australian TV show '20 to One' in a segment which has been accused of being 'racist' by viewers. 'When I first heard something Korean had exploded in America, I got worried,' British comedian Jimmy Carr joked on the show. 'So I guess, it could've been worse - but not much worse,' he added, as footage of the group performing was shown. The programme sparked an international backlash, becoming a major news story in South Korea overnight. In fact, the widespread outrage over the two-minute segment led television news bulletins across the East Asian country on Thursday, after thousands of BTS fans flooded Twitter with complaints about the program's 'xenophobic' overtones.

Virgin Trains have been in touch, that's nice. 'How did we do?' they ask, in an unsolicited but oddly intimate email. Did I enjoy my recent journey on one of their trains, writes JAN MOIR.

Heather Wheeler came under fire after a 2017 email emerged in which she described rough sleepers in her South Derbyshire constituency as 'the traditional type, old tinkers [and] knife-cutters'.

'My Desert Rat father will be turning in his grave': Mastermind viewers slam BBC after new champion wins by one point with the 'WRONG' answer (so did she say 'gerbil' or 'jerboa'?)

Judith Lewis, 59, (pictured right receiving her trophy from host John Humphries) emerged as the winner of the quiz series on Thursday after being given a point for saying the mascot of the Army's Desert Rats (inset) was a gerbil (top left). She gave the answer to the final question as the 'time up' buzzer sounded to signal the end of her round - as she took victory by just one point from the next best contestant. Soon after the show aired, however, viewers pointed out that the actual mascot of the 7th Armoured Division was a jerboa (bottom left), a desert-dwelling rodent native to North Africa. Ms Lewis, whose specialist subject had been war-era books by Olivia Manning, said her answer was scrutinised on the set and she was asked to spell out the word.

Yousef Makki, 17, a pupil at Manchester Grammar School died at the hands of his 17-year-old friend in Hale Barns, a leafy Cheshire village, on March 2, a jury at Manchester Crown Court heard.

Chief superintendent Novlett Robyn Williams, 54, pictured today outside the Old Bailey, denies possessing an indecent video image featuring a five-year-old girl which was found on her phone.

The Queen breaks blue tradition at Royal Ascot with grey ensemble

The Queen, 93, was beaming with delight as she presented Frankie Dettori with his prize after he triumphed in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot, his fourth win of the day. The delighted monarch shook hands with the champion jockey, 48, (bottom left) as they celebrated his 65th win at the festival. The lifelong racing fan looked in her element during the prize-giving (bottom centre and right), after arriving in an elegant dove grey coat and dress with yellow trim. Her Majesty was joined for day three at the Berkshire course by her granddaughter Zara Tindall (top right) and Autumn Phillips, wife of her grandson Peter. Her granddaughter Princess Eugenie also stepped out in style, looking elegant in a teal dress and matching hat (inset).

Princess Eugenie, 29, attended Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot today alongside her grandmother the Queen, as well as her cousins Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips and their other halves.

Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot is off to a glamorous start with racegoers pulling out all the fashion stops in tailored suits, daring jumpsuits and pretty tead resses.

People are sharing their funniest #WeddingFails thanks to Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon challenged fans to tweet their best #WeddingFail this week. Hundreds have complied, sharing funny, horrifying, and mortifying stories. Some shared photos and videos of brides, grooms, and guests taking dramatic tumbles. Some family members voiced awkward objections, while others had drama behind-the-scenes before saying 'I do'

The This Morning presenter, 59, announced the sad news via Twitter on Thursday afternoon, telling her followers she was 'heartbroken' to say goodbye to her 'kind and gentle' sibling.

Elderly couple claim their dream countryside bungalow is ruined

Louis and Elaine Cleveley were thrilled to move in to their bungalow in Coppice Lane, Clifton Campville, 21 years ago - but say that planning permission for a contemporary house on land at the bottom of their garden (main picture) is making their lives a misery. The Cleveleys are angry that Lichfield District Council approved a planning application to demolish an existing bungalow and build a two-storey house on the same site. Originally submitted in 2017, the plans were given the green light by district planners in February 2018. Louis Cleveley, 69, claims he was given five minutes to plead the residents' case at the meeting. Building is now well underway (pictured inset) and the Cleveleys and other residents are unhappy, saying that the building is out of keeping with the area.

Graham, 31, shared on her Instagram Stories an email she received on Tuesday. The email was from a man named Sterling, who was upset Graham was in an interracial marriage.

Stephen Nicholson, 25, allegedly had year-long relationship with Lucy McHugh after moving into her mother's home in Southampton, Hampshire, and staying in the room opposite the youngster's.

The passport rule at Bali airport that has left Miss Universe Australia Tegan Martin

Former Miss Universe Australia Tegan Martin has been left stranded in Bali after immigration at Denpasar airport refused to let her fly out due to her passport being damp. The distressed 26-year-old Australian model uploaded a picture of her passport to Instagram on Friday, which appeared to show a small watermark in the top right corner. 'Wasn't allowed on my flight due to this watermark in the corner of my passport. Has this happened to anyone else?' she asked her followers in the caption.

Researchers from University College London and the University of Glasgow used data from 11,000 children born in the UK between September 2000 and January 2002.

Lisa Scotney, 54, was spared jail after giving Shaun Wilkinson £73,000 to set up the cannabis farm in a six-bedroom mansion in Hockley Heath, West Midlands, because she has two children.

Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson oozes glamour in a black gown at show's season premiere in

She's embarking on a Hollywood career after wrapping the final series of her hit period drama Poldark.  But Eleanor Tomlinson was on hand to support the show's premiere in Cornwall, which took place at the Regal Theatre in Redruth on Thursday. The actress, 27, upped the glamour in a one-shouldered black gown, which had a daring side-slit to show off her slender legs.

In tonight episode of Channel 5's Grime and Punishment, Thames Water team leader, John, reveals the gruesome and dangerous process of trying to dissolve a fatberg in South London.

A study led by the University of Sheffield has found that children as young as six are loosing hours of sleep after using gadgets like smartphones and tablets.

This Morning's Alison Hammond shows off her incredible weight loss

Alison Hammond showcased her recent weight loss with a stunning selfie after being unveiled as a new Weight Watchers ambassador back in April. The TV presenter, 44, previously admitted that she was embarrassed by her more than 20-stone weight and struggled to see the 'light at the end of the tunnel'. After beginning her 'WW journey' earlier this year in a bid to feel healthier, Alison showcased the results with a glamorous snap on Wednesday evening.



Woman reveals the reason her mother-in-law wore a BRIDAL DRESS to her ceremony

Twitter user Amy Pennza (center), from Kirtland, Ohio, responded to a tweet from Jimmy Fallon that asked users on the social media platform to share 'wedding fail' stories on Wednesday. The mother-of-four shared a photo (left) of herself and her mother-in-law on her wedding day, to which her mom-in-law wore a bridal gown. She wrote: 'My mother-in-law wore a wedding dress to my wedding. So, yeah, top that one, Twitter.' Since she shared the tweet, over 2,000 people commented on the photo, asking her to reveal the reason why her mother-in-law wore a wedding gown to the ceremony. In a series of tweets, Amy said her mother-in-law grew up in 'extreme poverty', which led to her becoming 'frugal'. She explained that when she saw the white dress in a store for a great price, she couldn't turn it down. The mother-in-law, who Amy said is extremely generous despite being frugal, wore the dress to Amy's wedding, however, Amy said she didn't mind, as the story makes for a great memory. She said: 'No one who attended has ever forgotten it. And, you have to admit, weddings can be forgettable.'

Health officials last night called for more volunteers to rally around struggling NHS staff as a major report revealed the first fall in patient satisfaction in six years.

SIR THOMAS HUGHES-HALLETT: Patient satisfaction is down, lengthy delays plague the system, and there is never enough information and support for people who are being discharged.

Pixie Nimmo, 54, pictured, from Broadstairs, Kent believes university authorities in Canterbury have failed students such as her son Ryan, 22, who took is own life in March 2018.

Four human traffickers have had their sentences increased to life in jail for their involvement in the deaths of 71 migrants found in the back of an abandoned lorry on a highway in Austria in 2015.

The decision to block off roads in Central London on September 22 is set to irritate motorists

All vehicles will be banished from Tower Bridge on Sunday 22 September, only buses will be allowed to cross London Bridge and 12.5 miles of roads in total will be cordoned off to cars.

George Groom, 47, painted the angry message after Northumberland County Council decided to raise its parking charge to £25 a year in order to make more money.

Never-before-seen photos from Martha's Vineyard Jaws set emerge from local's basement 45

Fascinating images of the iconic Jaws movie being filmed in 1974 have been shared for the first time, 44 years after its release. Images from the Martha's Vineyard beach show director Steven Spielberg (left) chatting away with extras on the sand, and a technician with his upper body inside the head of one of three mechanical sharks (right and inset) used to portray the beast. But amateur photographer Billy Reagan and his family did not know it was to become the seventh highest grossing film of all time in the North America when they snaps were taken decades ago during his college years.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, pictured, has been heavily criticised by an investigation into child sex abuse in the Catholic church over his focus on the organisation's reputation.

Mark Lawton found the rusty blade in the man-made underground chambers near Beckbury, Shropshire, in the late 1980s, taking it home with him and keeping it on his windowsill.

Some Nest cameras were hit by a bug that could have allowed the previous owner to snoop on the new owner's household. All the while, the new owner had no idea they were being spied on.

In the ancient ruins of Çatalhöyük, which is located in modern day Turkey, scientists collected data on more than 740 individuals' remains - many of which showed signs of trauma.

TOM UTLEY: This is a tale of a hugely embarrassing mix-up that could happen to anyone, of any age, at any time. Reader, something similar may even have happened to you.

A.G. Sulzberger, editor of The New York Times, slammed Donald Trump for crossing a line in accusing the newspaper of committing 'treason.' 'This new attack crosses a dangerous line,' he wrote.

More than 18-years-on from Ashley Ellerin's murder, the jury were provided with an up-close look at the crime scene as two vans descended on the Pinehurst Road home on Thursday afternoon.

Photographer captures all the chaos of  the big day - including guests passed out on the

Ian Weldon, from Newcastle, captures British weddings in all their boozy and chaotic glory. From a passed out guest on the floor, to kids pulling funny faces at the perfectly wrong moments, these shots capture the mayhem behind the long-awaited big day. Pictured top row left to right: a bride struggling with her dress, guest passed out on the floor and bridesmaid pulling a funny face. Pictured bottom row left to right: woman getting ready, man playing air guitar, and a woman getting her dress ironed.

Sally Urwin used to work in financial marketing but after she met husband Steve on a dating site she moved to High House Farm in Northumbria. Her book reveals the fun and struggle of running a farm.

Former president Barack and first lady Michelle, as well as their daughters Malia and Sasha, are to be the Hollywood actor's latest guests at his luxurious home on the shores of Lake Como.

Carl Beech, 51, denies perverting the course of justice at Newcastle Crown Court. Beech alleged he had been sexually abused by a Westminster VIP sex abuse ring.

Gilbert Chikli, a 52-year-old father-of-six, has already been convicted in his absence of scamming French companies using masks, but now faces a new trial over claims he also conned tycoons.

In an announcement Thursday afternoon, the iPhone maker said it was recalling a 'limited number' of MacBook Pros because their batteries 'may pose a fire safety risk.'

Monsoon Accessorize is launching a restructuring plan (PA)

The company confirmed that accountancy giant Deloitte has been appointed to run a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), similar to Arcadia.

Hordes of sun-worshippers gather at Stonehenge ahead of the traditional summer solstice

Large crowds witnessed the summer solstice sunrise at Stonehenge this morning. Those gathered at the neolithic Wiltshire monument watched as the sun glinted over the horizon at 4.52am. The henge is built along the solstice alignment of the summer sunrise and the winter sunset. English Heritage tweeted several pictures of the sunrise, adding: "Welcome the longest day". Solstice-seekers packed out the area and many came with their own cameras as well as camping chairs and backpacks, full of snacks and drinks to see them through. Many were also pictured wearing red gowns with floral ensembles on their heads to represent Druids, who traditionally love nature and all its changing faces.

Facing their first real World Cup test in Sweden, the U.S. women's soccer team breezed into the knockout stage with a 2-0 win over the country that ended their Olympic run in Rio de Janeiro three years earlier.

Jack Shepherd has been jailed for six years over the death of 24-year-old Charlotte Brown, in London, but was not punished for skipping bail and escaping to Georgia due to a police blunder.

If the winner is an individual, their new-found fortune would catapult them into the Sunday Times Rich List of the 1,000 wealthiest people living in the UK or with British business links.

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who has sought closer economic and military ties with Moscow in recent years, said Dutch prosecutors had turned the tragedy into 'a political issue'.

Oh I just can't wait...! Beyonce and Donald Glover sing Can You Feel the Love Tonight in new teaser for The Lion King reboot

Disney dropped a new international TV spot on Thursday featuring the first snippet of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Donald Glover singing Can You Feel the Love Tonight in The Lion King remake. It's the first time fans got a chance to hear the 37-year-old R&B diva and the 35-year-old triple threat perform a duet since they've never collaborated before.

Once harvested, a power station would separate the hydrogen and oxygen gas from the ice which would eventually be recombined in the rocket's engine and ignited to create propulsion.

Scientists at Aston University collected 20,000 insects from seven different NHS sites across England, catching them in food storage areas and on actual wards.

The popular streaming service may have to consider rolling out ads as it faces increasingly ballooning costs associated to its original programming, executives from NBC and Hulu said.

A new Twitter bug might have some people considering who they unfollow. Users have received push notifications saying someone followed them, when the account actually unfollowed them.

Magical moment disabled mum realises her dream of heliskiing with her son - five years after suffering devastating spinal cord injury

Sarah-Jane Stazsak, from Backheath, Australia, lost the use of her legs in 2014 but her passion for snowsports still burned bright. In April, she finally ticked off a bucket list goal of going heliskiing with her son Hamish in Valdez, Alaska. A video of her trip shows Sarah-Jane hurtling down the piste on an adapted seated ski which allows her to hit the slopes.

Former magistrate Richard Page, from Kent, pictured, has lost his appeal against getting sacked from the bench by Michael Gove over remarks he made about same-sex couples adopting children.

When head teacher Richard Siviter proposed replacing his school's uniform with hoodies and tracksuits, it's fair to say that the parents of Telford Junior School had their reservations.

The scenes in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital, flared up suddenly after public anger over the visit and speech of a member of the Russian lower house of parliament triggered big street protests.

Apple CEO Tim Cook went from the no.96 spot last year to no. 69 this year while Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg went from no. 15 to no. 55 in this year's Glassdoor world's top 100 CEOs in the US.

Harcharan, a seven-year-old schoolboy, wrote an adorable letter to Cambridgeshire police telling them he would be a great police officer because he 'jump high and dodge objects.'

Pupcorn! Hilarious moment a couple's pet dog pokes its head behind the curtains when it hears the sound of popcorn

The adorable Pavlovian reaction leaves the mini Golden Doodle's owners in stitches as little Ruby waits for her treat excitedly. The unnamed owner, from Springfield, Missouri, said: 'Ruby, our mini Golden doodle, enjoys surveying our front yard from the living room window for passer-by's, squirrels, and birds'. But when the couple began teasing with popcorn, Ruby turns around immediately fixing her gaze on the treat. Eventually, the couple give in and hand Ruby the treat before collapsing into the chair in hysterics. The owner added: 'I had to pull out my camera and capture the moment for ourselves. We couldn't stop laughing while she was doing it or after watching the video!'

The 20-year-old, from Pakistan, first discovered the problem while trying for a baby following an arranged marriage. She was diagnosed with vaginal septum.

Children born with defects of known genetic origins are at a 12-fold higher risk of cancer, and those with defects of unknown origins are at a 2.5-fold increased risk of cancer, Baylor College research found.

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Astonishing moment free-runner crashes through roof while leaping around buildings in Morocco...and emerges shocked but unscathed 

In the footage, the jumper and some of his friends are doing parkour in Morocco. As his friends jump onto a roof, the man with the camera follows them, only to go straight through. The jumper lands painfully after the fall, breaking through the roof and crashing to the floor. For a moment, the footage is filled with darkness and parts of the roof can be seen above the fallen man. Eventually, he gets up to his feet, a pained expression on his face as he turns the camera towards himself.

Woman drinking pink G&T out of a glass on the TUBE goes viral

Mark Locke, 45, from Scotland tweeted a snap of a woman drinking what appeared to be pink G&T out of a glass on the Northern Line, wearing sunglasses and a sharp black outfit. Twitter users were impressed, hailing the unnamed woman as a 'formidable queen', while another gushed, 'my hero'.



Massive 30-ton humpback whale jumps out of the water and performs perfect pirouette - startling Brazilian canoeists bobbing just a few feet away

The impressive 53-ft long sea creature broke the surface off the coast of Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, on Monday. Marcela Carrocino, president of the Quebra-Mar rowing club, who is seen relaxing in the water with her back to the camera, looking out to sea, witnessed the event from her front row position. The frightened athlete quickly clambers out of the water as astonished colleagues gasps in disbelief

The female donkey was seen on the small uninhabited island of Ravan off Croatia. She was alone without food or water. After being rescued and brought ashore she guzzled 10 litres.

In a hilarious new online gallery compiled by BoredPanda, tall people from across the world reveal the amusing struggles they face on a daily basis as a result of their height.

Russian students take to the floor in all their finery at the State Kremlin Palace in

Hundreds of well-dressed guests packed into the State Kremlin Palace (pictured top right) in Moscow on Thursday for the All-Russian school graduation ball. Donning their finery, the young students gathered at the enormous celebration dressed to impress. With glittering ball gowns (pictured left) and fashionable suits, the teenagers sported beaming smiles as they danced with one another (inset). The lavish finery and pomp marked the end of their studies for the numerous well-heeled graduates in attendance.