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After feeling bloated, tired and sick for several months, Tess Morten, from Reading, Berkshire, was told to 'fear the worst' by doctors, but was actually three-and-a-half months along.
The decision is a huge embarrassment for the insurance company, given that the point of the commercial was to promote its Aviva Drive app which rewards safe drivers.
It is one of a revolutionary class of drugs called immunotherapy which work by teaching the body’s immune system to fight cancer. But it was initially turned down by officials last year.
Jamie Oliver’s latest venture – his first restaurant in France – has been slammed by customers who say the coffee is ‘undrinkable’, the service ‘abysmal’ and the food ‘bland’.
A brave motorist risked his own life to rescue a man from a burning ute on a remote New South Wales highway in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A memo sent to pilots by the airline's chief operations officer offered a €12,000 bonus to staff who had already been assigned a month off as part of attempts to resolve the rostering issues.
More than 16 million surveys were sent out by the ABS earlier this month to homes in all corners of the country, as people have their say on legalising same-sex marriage.
'Don't be such a wimp! If a bloke can cycle right round the world in 79 days, surely we can make it to Benidorm!'
Many of society's most vulnerable are being denied their rights, left isolated and bereft of dignity and hope, a damning report reveals.
Ivanka, 35, filmed an interview on The Dr. Oz Show on Monday, and in a preview clip for Thursday's episode, she addresses the expectation that she should be a moderating force in the White House.
Used diesel car prices are higher than a year ago despite the vehicles being under fire in recent months for toxic emissions.
The moment would have gone unnoticed if not for the fact that the president is famously against alcohol consumption: His brother Fred Jr. died an alcoholic's death in his 40s.
The charity Action on Hearing Loss measured the levels of noise in restaurant chains. It found decibel levels of around 90dB – the equivalent to eating next to a motorbike.
Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable jibed Brexit Secretary Davis and his team were 'people who would struggle to get their heads around a toddlers' Lego set'.
Nearly one in four teenage girls suffers from depression as they struggle to cope with the pressures of life. 24 per cent of 14-year-old girls and 9 per cent of boys that age were depressed.
Perhaps the only wise remark Boris Johnson ever made was not about people, but about our four-legged friends: 'My father always said that with sheep, they are either alive or they are dead.'
As these impressively lookalike images show, dear old British high street favourite Marks & Sparks is no slouch in paying homage to the world’s top fashion houses.
The National Trust has sparked a fresh row with an exhibition that includes 51 ropes to commemorate men who were hanged for being homosexual. They have been accused of 'trendy PC thinking’.
Neighbours who live near Ron, 88, and Penelope Jones, 71, (pictured) said the married couple - who looked after the 'bucket bomb' suspect - are the only good thing about the street in Sunbury.
The Facebook users spread false conspiracy theories about Israel, compared Israel to Nazi Germany and even claimed Theresa May and her husband were Jewish.