THOUSANDS of devastated fans of the singer Johnny Hallyday took to the streets of Paris today to pay tribute after he passed away on Wednesday.
A national homage to the star, dubbed the ‘French Elvis’, saw an honour guard of up to 700 bikers follow his hearse down the
REALITY star Jeremy McConnell has had his hopes to be home for Christmas put on ice.
The Celebrity Big Brother star arrived at Cardiff Crown Court this morning for the bid, keeping his head down as he walked in cuffs, having been jailed for skipping his community service to get
A GANGSTER underwent a Towie-style makeover after being inspired to become a Britain's "Hot Felon".
Leevon Birchall, 24, got his teeth whitened and his eyebrows waxed and tinted in a bid to imitate the success of Topshop heiress Chloe Green's boyfriend Jeremy Meeks.
US hoodlum Meeks became a fashion model
PHILIP HAMMOND fights for his future today as he prepares to face down Brexiteers, Jeremy Corbyn and economic doom-mongers to deliver the trickiest Budget in a generation.
The Chancellor is under pressure to pull the Government together with a bold set of radical policies on tax and spending, after
SCOTLAND will become the first part of the UK to set a minimum price for alcohol in a bid to target problem drinking.
It comes after Britain's highest court rejected a legal challenge by the Scotch Whisky Association, who said the plans are “disproportionate” and illegal under European law.
AN army sergeant sent a host of flirty 50 Shades of Grey inspired texts to his lover a day after allegedly tampering with his wife's parachute in an attempt to kill her, a court heard today.
As his wife lay in hospital Sgt Emile Cilliers was messaging his mistress
RUSSIA'S homegrown version of Paris Hilton has announced she is to stand against Vladimir Putin in next year’s presidential election.
Reality TV star Ksenia Sobchak said she hopes to appeal to the growing number of liberal voters unhappy with Putin’s many years in office.
Opinion polls show Putin, who has dominated
THE GOVERNMENT today agreed to scrap the cost of a helpline for benefits claimants in a bid to prevent a humiliating defeat in Parliament.
Tory rebels are set to join Labour in voting for a pause in the roll-out of Universal Credit, the replacement for current jobless benefits, in
AN ARMY worker has told a court how he desperately searched a field for missing pieces of a 'sabotaged' parachute when a woman nearly died after a 4,000ft fall.
Emile Cilliers is on trial and accused of tampering with the equipment of his former Army officer wife, Victoria, on
OXFORD is hoping to become one of the first cities in the world to ban petrol and diesel vehicles - while allowing electric cars.
Only 'zero-emission' vehicles will be allowed in six central streets in three years’ time.
The car-free zone may then be gradually extended in 2025 and 2030
A POLICE officer who became “fixated” with her friend's husband, hacked his social media accounts and posted slurs about his wife, has been jailed.
Ashley Boyd, 27, developed an obsession with Kevin O’Connor who is married to her former friend, and sent messages to his friends pretending to be
COPS scrambling to find a motive for the Las Vegas atrocity may probe whether gun maniac Stephen Paddock had a grudge against a casino.
The gambling addict sued the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas in 2011 after he claimed he “slipped” in the lobby, with CCTV showing the “unkempt” killer collapsing
LABOUR is set to force the Tories in a vote on raising tuition fees again tomorrow to embarrass Theresa May.
Jeremy Corbyn's party, who swept up the youth vote by promising to scrap fees and look into getting rid of debt, has tabled an Opposition Day debate tomorrow on
THERESA May has won a vital Brexit battle that "backs the will of the British people" and left Jeremy Corbyn nursing a bruising loss.
Labour's bid to block the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill was defeated by 318 votes to 296 and a later vote to give it a second
MEL B's ex Stephen Belafonte wants his upcoming domestic violence trial opened up to the public, The Sun can reveal.
The former Spice Girl wants proceedings heard behind closed doors after the pair's bitter split.
But Belafonte wants the trial held publicly - raising the prospect that more allegations about
Winger has told Gunners he wants to leave for fresh challenge but Arsene Wenger remains confident ace will stay put
The Ox is out of contract next summer and Blues boss Antonio Conte is ready to take advantage by launching a tempting offer before the end of the transfer window.
Anfield hero is missing with a back injury but could he be in action for La Liga side in the coming weeks?
The Brazil playmaker has been the subject of repeated bids from the La Liga side and ha emailed in a transfer request to try to force through a move
Antonio Conte keen to sign another striker but may be forced to look elsewhere after defiant message from Italian club
It’s no secret that Antonio Conte is after more signings after seeing more players leave than arrive at Stamford Bridge.
Torino expect Chelsea target Andrea Belotti to stay put this summer
La Liga side inserted a host of improbable add-on clauses, with Reds almost certainly only receiving £80m across five years
Many were surprised Jurgen Klopp and Co turned down the astronomical sum – particularly given the player’s desire to join the Spanish giants.
Liverpool rejected third bid for Philippe Coutinho from Barca
The deadly group’s propaganda wing revealed the images to show off the hardline penal code it has implemented in Deir Ezzor.
The on-the-run group’s propaganda wing published the vile images to showcase the hardline religious penal code it has implemented on civilians living across the eastern province of Deir Ezzor.
Supporters claim speech will 'clear the air' after losing her majority but leadership rivals continue to plot behind her back
Her supporters claim the speech will “clear the air” after losing her Commons majority but leadership rivals continue to plot behind her back.
Theresa May will apologise for her election
Spurs are yet to make any signings so far in this window and have failed in their attempt to land the Frenchman
Tottenham are yet to bring anyone in so far this summer and it’s believed they have been knocked back in their pursuit of the Frenchman.
Tottenham have had a bid
Potters chief Tony Scholes confirms club turned down bid for midfielder after his superb first season at the bet365 Stadium
The Swans‘ Icelandic star is a mega-money target for big-spending Everton this summer, as both clubs creep ever close to a deal.
Stoke have rejected a bid from Swansea for star midfielder
Marissa McLean was ordered to pay £2,812 after a judge branded her compo claim 'dishonest'
Marissa McLean claimed she spent her all-inclusive Thomas Cook holiday to Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh “trotting back and forth to the toilet” – despite posting on social media about being in “paradise”.
Marissa McLean leaves Worcester Crown Court
The gang reportedly consisted of over 30 women aged up to 70
The Telegraph reports over 30 so-called “enforcers”, aged up to 70, were recruited from outdoor ballroom dancing groups in the public squares of Shangqiu, Henan province.
The women were reportedly recruited from outdoor ballroom dancing groups (file pic)
A man and his girlfriend raced along the road between the two roundabouts and his car smashed into Amy
That is the amount it costs to place message boards on roundabouts at either end of the road where young Amy Hofmeister was mowed down.
Jane Hofmeister set up a road
High school student Cruz Velazquez was believed to have been acting as a mule for a Mexican drug cartel
Mexican high school student Cruz Velazquez was seen taking small mouthfuls of the highly-toxic drug after he was stopped at customs trying to enter the US.
The schoolboy takes a sip
It's the latest penny-saving invention by creative dad Mark Hoyle - also known as blogger LadBaby
Mark Hoyle – better known as blogger LadBaby – built the contraption out of white plastic pipes, attaching wheels and even toys clipped on with shower hooks.’
Mark Hoyle’s little boy using the Zim
The Chancellor said Britain's model will stay "recognisably European"
He told French newspaper Le Monde that Britain’s economic, social and cultural model would stay “recognisably European”.
He said: “I often hear it said that the UK is considering participating in unfair competition in regulation and tax.
“That is neither our plan