HUNDREDS of protesters have descended on Downing Street in the latest rally against sexual harassment.
Part of the Time's Up movement the huge group of women's rights demonstrators held brightly coloured placards aloft as they passionately shouted slogans.
Speakers included women's rights activists Helen Pankhurst, great granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurt
THIS video of baby funnel web spiders emerging from their sack for the first time is the stuff arachnophobes nightmares are made of.
In skin crawling footage posted the egg is carefully split open as the infant creepy crawlies scramble out of the sack.
Funnel web spiders are one of
HUNDREDS of blue-clad mourners paid tribute to a teen model who killed herself aged 14 after years of sick abuse from cyber bullies.
Amy 'Dolly' Everett - once the smiling face of Australian hat maker Akubra - killed herself on January 3 after becoming “overwhelmed” by online abuse.
SCORES of British jihadis who went to fight for ISIS have vanished.
Security Minister Ben Wallace said half the estimated 800 who went to Iraq and Syria have returned.
About 160 have been killed and others have fled to Turkey. But Mr Wallace said a "significant number" were missing.
TWO planes crashed at a Toronto airport, sparking a fire and forcing hundreds of passengers to evacuate.
Both WestJet and Sunwing confirmed that their planes were involved in the collision at Toronto Pearson International.
Dramatic footage shared on social media appeared to show the tail of one aircraft aflame and
THE whereabouts of scores of British Jihadis who went to fight for ISIS is unknown, Ministers have admitted.
Of the 800 Brit fanatics who signed up to the death cult in Iraq and Syria, around half have returned according to Security Minister Ben Wallace.
While around 160 have been killed
DOZENS of primary school pupils in India were forced to cross a treacherous river on a makeshift boat when the government refused to finish off a long-awaited bridge to their school.
Kids as young as seven in Tungni, India, have spent years riding a rickety boat made of two
AIRPORTS and airlines could be hit with £50,000 fines for allowing hundreds of passengers every year to bypass border control and enter the UK without the proper clearance.
The Home Office is looking at dishing out new penalties to deal with travellers being “misdirected” on their arrival in Britain
OVER two hundred firefighters battled for hours to stamp out a massive blaze as it tore through a Bronx apartment building - a week after 12 died in New York's deadliest fire for years.
The vast inferno broke out at 5:30am in a first-floor furniture store, leaving one person
HUNDREDS of kinky Brits have been hospitalised for sticking objects up their bum — including a carrot and a "salon-sized" hairspray can.
Figures show that bedroom experiments went too far for up to 779 adult patients in England over the last two years.
Some had to be treated in A&E
PARTYGOERS in Berlin will see a “safe zone” for women set up at New Year’s Eve celebrations for the first time ever.
The new security measures will be in place at the Brandenburg Gate and are a result of heightened concerns in Germany about sexual assaults at public events.
HUNDREDS of "window-licking" RATS have taken over a house leaving locals disgusted.
Horrified residents in Metheringham, Lincolnshire, claim heaps of rubbish piled outside the vacant property is attracting vermin.
One woman said the stress of living nearby had even caused her to have a mental breakdown because people thought she owned
PRINCE William and Kate joined Harry and Theresa May at a national memorial service for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire today.
The royals and politicians arrived with bereaved families at St Paul's Cathedral this morning, exactly six months after the fire took hold of the west London tower
A HORNED beast marches through an Austrian street as crowds gather to celebrate Krampusnacht.
The Krampus is the evil counterpart to Santa Claus, who visits the girls on Saint Nick's naughty list.
Last night was Krampusnacht, the annual festival where they celebrate the demon in Germany and Austria.
Folklore says that
GAIA Pope has been remembered as a young woman who "wore her heart on her sleeve" during a moving candlelight vigil for the teen.
The 19-year-old, whose body was found 11 days after she went missing from her Swanage, Dorset home, was paid tribute tonight as friends and family
THESE are the chilling faces of America’s most notorious gangsters brought back to life in new "colourised" photographs.
The startling pictures have been published to mark the 120th anniversary of the birth of mobster Charles ‘Lucky’ Lucciano’.
Striking portraits from the collection show infamous Al Capone, nicknamed Scarface, at the
A TRADITIONAL festival where little kids BLACK UP has taken place again - despite growing controversy over whether the annual event is racist.
Black Pete Christmas Carnival is part of the Dutch festive celebrations, but the sight of young white children wearing blackface make-up and large wigs with red
THE Sicilian Mafia's "boss of bosses" who ordered the murders of more than 150 people has died.
Notorious godfather Salvatore 'Toto' Riina, 87, died of cancer behind bars this morning.
Nicknamed "The Beast", he was notorious for his cruelty and is thought to have authorised hits on hundreds of victims
SOBBING children joined hundreds of mourners to say farewell to their dad - who was shot dead on a doorstep in an alleged school gates bullying row.
Lee Holt's daughters wept as they watched their father's coffin be driven in to the crematorium.
Dressed in black and carrying red roses
A MYSTERIOUS "green ball of fire" that plunged to earth in Canada was captured in this incredible footage.
The astonishing sight left locals in Newfoundland scratching their heads after it lit up the sky near the harbour by the sparsely-populated Southside Hills area.
Andrew Wilkins was eating dinner at a downtown
AN AMERICAN former child bride has told her harrowing story to raise awareness of the shameful practice of child marriage still happening in the US.
While countries like Zimbabwe, Malawi and El Salvador have recently banned child marriage, it is shockingly legal in some circumstances in almost every state
THERESA MAY's flagship Brexit Bill could be delayed for a second time, it has been revealed today.
MPs had expected next week's timetable to feature the legislation to transfer EU law into British law - but now it might not be on the cards for weeks.
A source told the
There are fears the UK could be set for its worst flu outbreak in 50 years if the strain makes its way to Britain.
Experts and forecasters say it could reach one pound to one euro by next year, but cheaper currency is attracting more visitors from abroad
Massive ingot unearthed by a bulldozer and is thought to be of 'high quality'
An unnamed bulldozer operator was site levelling at the Zarya cooperative mine in the remote south-eastern region this week when he chanced upon the precious metal.
A nugget weighing just over 10kg – or 1.6 stone
Car hire firms Avis Budget, Hertz and Enterprise don't always fix dents and scratches, it has been revealed
The Daily Mail reports car hire firms Avis Budget, Hertz and Enterprise, which also owns Alamo and National, don’t always fix dents and scratches they charge customers for.
It’s already been revealed Brit
Police confirmed no injuries were reported after the crane toppled over this afternoon
Witnesses reported seeing the 60-metre crane topple over slowly, leaving it leaning precariously against the building on West Street.
The crane was seen leaning on the building, which used to house a Primark
Police and the fire service
Members of the public have been invited to the celebration of Saffie's life which was cut short as she left the Arianna Grande gig with her mum
Hundreds of mourners arrived at Manchester Cathedral for the funeral of the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena attack.
Saffie Roussos dad carried
The protest was organised after viral footage appeared to show a police officer trying to restrain Rashan Charles in a shop in Dalston before he tragically died later in hospital
Up to 150 people, many holding Black Lives Matter banners, brought traffic to a standstill outside the cop station