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Three people were killed and several more wounded in a shooting at the packed Field's shopping centre in the Danish capital of Copenhagen yesterday, according to police. A 22-year-old Danish man was arrested on suspicion of the murders, said police inspector Soren Thomassen, head of the Copenhagen police operations unit. 'We know that there are several dead' and 'several injured,' Thomassen told a news conference, adding that terror can't be ruled out and that the suspect was a white, ethnic Danish male. Police have refused to comment on the gunman's identity beyond confirming his nationality, ethnicity and age in accordance with Danish privacy laws, but there are suspicions the perpetrator recently posted multiple videos on YouTube entitled 'I don't care' in which he held firearms to his head.

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Lawyers representing Heard, 36, filed the motion on Friday on the grounds that the verdict that she had defamed Depp, 59, was not supported by evidence. They also alleged that a juror had not been properly vetted, and questioned whether that juror was even supposed to be allowed on the jury. In a 43-page memorandum Heard's lawyers argued that the verdict - and the $10million in damages she now owes Depp - should be tossed out, on the grounds that during the trial Depp 'proceeded solely on a defamation by implication theory, abandoning any claims that Ms. Heard's statements were actually false.' Depp's lead attorney, Ben Chew, responded to the motion in a statement to Courthouse News, saying 'What we expected, just longer, no more substantive.'

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Kerri-Ann Wool, 34, discovered she had had a stroke only when she requested her medical records a year later. The diagnosis was written in her MRI results.

Sam Smith, 48, is the founder of finnCap Group plc, the largest broker for companies on the London Stock Exchange's AIM growth market, advising 118 clients in the last financial year.

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The singer, 28, was forced to cancel his concert at the Danish capital's Royal Arena -which was just 500 yards away from the devastating scene at Field's shopping centre.

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Diane Abbott made the unfounded claim that Boris Johnson is 'rumoured to like assaulting women' while responding to a question about allegations surrounding Deputy Chief Whip Chris Pincher.

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer (pictured) could have as little as two hours to prepare a resignation speech if he is fined over Beergate, it has been revealed.

The Mail is proud to announce the launch of The Mail+, a brilliantly easy way to read your favourite newspaper on your tablet or phone.

We asked five UK experts from the worlds of fashion, beauty, interiors, food and drink what they save on - and what they think is still well worth a splurge.


TOWIE star Yazmin Oukhellou's mother has flown out to her hospital bedside after the reality TV personality survived a car crash which tragically killed her on-off partner Jake McLean (pictured together on left). Fellow TOWIE cast members have rushed to send their good wished for Yazmin's safe recovery, including Harry Derbidge (inset) who posted a message on Instagram. Jake, who was 33, is understood to have been driving in Bodrum, Turkey on Sunday when his car crashed over a hill before emergency services rushed to save him. Yazmin, 28, (right) famed for her appearances on ITVBe series TOWIE, is believed to be recovering in hospital after suffering serious injuries to her arms. 

TOWIE star Lauren Goodger's ex-boyfriend Jake McLean has tragically died in a car accident that has left his on-off partner Yazmin Oukhellou seriously injured.

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Jake, who was 33, is understood to have been driving in Bodrum, Turkey when his vehicle veered over a cliff before emergency services rushed to save him.

Moment Heartstopper cast dance in front of anti-LGBT killjoy protesters at London Pride - as over one million people take to the capital's streets

This is the moment stars of Netflix hit comedy Heartstopper danced their way past anti-LGBT protesters who tried to spoil London Pride yesterday. More than a million people took to the capital's streets celebrating the LGBTQ+ community as the event marked its 50th anniversary. But revellers were confronted by a counter-protest of men waving banners denouncing homosexuality. A young Pride supporter leaned against the railings and tried to pull down the slogan and was supported by the cast of the coming-of-age drama. Just feet away from the homophobic banners, the Heartstopper stars bounced and bopped defiantly to Whitney Houston's I Wanna Dance With Somebody.

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The Foreign Secretary will tell a conference in Switzerland that the UK will 'do everything possible to ensure Ukraine wins the war and recovers'.

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A recent study by Tesco found that the average British family wastes £800 worth of food a year, with half a million people binning perfectly edible produce on a daily basis.

RUTH SUNDERLAND: The ranks of the 'economically inactive' - those of working age who are not gainfully employed - have surged since Covid, with many of them having signed off sick.


Fugitives accused of assault, rape and even murder remain at large, sometimes decades after their alleged offences - and the Mail even managed to track two of them down. Many are thought to be at their given addresses but police are too stretched to arrest them. Freedom of information requests to 35 of the 43 forces in England and Wales showed there were 22,345 failure to appear warrants for offences including homicide, rape and serious assault.


The Grammy award winner, 34, once again defended her decision to cancel her Las Vegas residency 24 hours before as she spoke with BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs on Sunday.

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Mr Sharkey, 63, of the 70s punk band The Overtones, said that water supplies in London and the south-east are coming under pressure from a growing population and over-abstraction from chalk aquifers.

Melanie Harvey (pictured), 19, was last seen at around 1pm on Thursday, June 30, in Preston, Lancashire, but it is thought she travelled to Blackpool.

The First Minister plans to hijack the election as a single-issue vote on breaking up Britain, saying a referendum should be held if pro-independence parties win 50 per cent of the vote.

Amanda Platell said that she had been unhappy with the lines on her mouth for five years. The lines develop as part of the ageing process. She had a treatment to reduce the lines at a clinic. The tweakment was an Upper Lip Rejuvenation performed by London-based prescribing nurse practitioner Lee Garrett. Amanda says that since the treatment, friends have said her face looks 'fresh.' They have also said that she appears younger.

A 14-year-old schoolboy has been arrested and quizzed by detectives after a woman says she was raped in the male toilets of a popular nightclub (pictured) in Manchester's gay village.

The social media account's name was changed several times, with new profile pictures including an ape wearing facepaint akin to that of Batman villain The Joker, as well as a cartoon robot

Harry Wallop has discovered a new trend in the UK- dog ice-creams and sorbets. Last month, Aldi started selling pup-friendly ice creams as a 'special buy' and they sold out in just over a week.

The mother of the three year-old boy who died after falling from a 29th floor balcony of a New York City apartment building on Saturday morning has lengthy criminal history.

Nasty Nick, the man who makes John McEnroe look tame: Love him or loathe him, Nick Kyrgios is a prodigious talent who could be going all the way to Wimbledon final, writes ROBERT HARDMAN

ROBERT HARDMAN: He can be a terrible loser. Over the weekend, he showed just what a terrible winner he can be, too. This is the man who absolutely loves to put the 'wild' into 'wild card'. Yet, love him or loathe him (and few sit anywhere in between), Nick Kyrgios is a prodigious talent who could be going all the way to Sunday's final. Today he faces American Brandon Nakashima in the fourth round, following Saturday night's tantrum-filled Wimbledon showdown with the number four seed, Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Sunday's celebrations on Centre Court at Wimbledon have gotten under way. Sue Barker and John McEnroe have been talking the fans through the 100 years of history on the court.

Wimbledon day seven kicked off on Sunday with an array of famous faces at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. And leading the stars at the sporting event was Sienna Miller, 40, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, 39, and Nicola Coughlan, 35. Actress Sienna looked the epitome of chic in a white lace strapless dress, while exhibiting her cinched waist with a black belt.

She tweeted: 'I am gutted I can't be there' ahead of the celebration, which featured a surprise song from Sir Cliff Richard and finished with a live performance from British singer Freya Ridings.

Raducanu was thrust into the spotlight following her run to the fourth round in SW19 last year before becoming the first ever singles qualifier to win a Grand Slam at the US Open.


The legendary 40-year-old is missing the historic tournament for the first time since 1999 - 23 years - so he can recover from a knee injury, but made his return to SW19 on Sunday morning.

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Emma Weymouth looked chic as she arrived at Wimbledon today to watch the seventh day of action at the south west London club.

'I'm ok, all clear': F1 driver Zhou Guanyu posts a selfie after miraculous escape from horror Grand Prix smash that saw his car ROLL OVER and crash into the stands at high speed

The pair started eighth and ninth on the grid, and their two cars collided as they tried to go around the first corner, which caused them to go flying off the track. Russell was able to leave his car quickly and appeared unharmed, but Zhou's car rolled over, leading to the Brit rushing over to help him. Zhou's team, Alfa Romeo, have since confirmed that the Chinese driver OK, but he is heading to hospital as a precaution.

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Mr Jordan described Mr Ecclestone's comments as 'indefensible' and 'unacceptable' after he defended the Russian President as a 'first-class person' despite his invasion of Ukraine.

Seven people have been arrested for running onto the track (pictured) after the first lap crash at the British Grand Prix (inset). The Alfa Romeo, driven by Zhou Guanyu, slid upside down across the track before slamming into the tyre barrier and being launched into the fencing at the start of the Silverstone race. Following this, protestors broke on to the circuit and sat down, while the contest was immediately red flagged and cars headed for the pits.

Egyptian authorities admitted another lifeless body was pulled out of the Red Sea as the Green Party in Austria named Elisabeth Sauer, 68, from Kramsach, as the first victim.

DAVID MELLOR: As Andrew Neil pointed out in the Mail on Saturday, the former PM is 'on manoeuvres', to mastermind a new centrist movement whose ultimate aim is to reverse Brexit.

Pincher's new alleged victim, who adds to the six fresh claims made against the Tamworth MP over the weekend, has told friends that he was 'touched up' by Mr Pincher in a car last year.

Families could be offered up to £350 off their annual energy bills if they agree to a wind farm being built nearby (Pictured: Teesside Wind Farm).

Rosamund Pike put on a very animated display on Saturday evening as she seemingly attempted to hail a cab following the star studded nuptials of her step daughter Olive Uniacke in London .  The actress, 43, who is the partner of Olive's father Robie Uniacke, 61, looked fantastic in the stylish fuchsia gown after enjoying the evening's celebrations. Pride and Prejudice star Rosamund held her toned arm in the air as she attempted to draw attention to herself before later resorting to running down the street.  


And actor Alan Fletcher, 65, who's played Dr Karl Kennedy in the show for 28 years, has revealed he found his final scene 'overwhelming' to film.

Most of the money is owed to those who paid council tax in advance before moving house, with some owed to people who forgot to cancel payments or whose homes were re-banded.

A crashing irony of the row over pronouns at the mortgage lender is that it coincided with a reduction in the already tiny number of women at the head of elite UK companies.

Dr Max Pemberton says its disgraceful to think of demoting community health by making it a by-product of the postal service. He adds that the idea reveals care services have collapsed in the UK.

'Six dead', eight injured and more missing in Italian Alps ice avalanche as shards of glacier cascade down mountainside just hours after temperatures hit new record high 

At least six were killed and ten are still missing after shards of glacier ice careened down a mountain in the Italian Alps today. Dolomite summit Marmolada recorded a peak heat yesterday. An eyewitness said: 'We heard a very loud noise, then we saw the snow and ice avalanche.' Measuring 3,343m, Marmolada is the highest mountain in the Dolomites (pictured).

Campaigners say pubs that were once at the heart of the community are closing down, with many demolished or turned into flats.

Ministers say that this will give providers more flexibility in how they run their businesses while maintaining safety and quality of care.

ANDREW PIERCE: The CCTV system that did for Health Secretary Matt Hancock is still whirring away at his old department.

Girlguiding chiefs have been accused of promoting 'woke claptrap' after advising leaders to learn almost 100 terms linked to gender and sexual identity.

US police release footage of 25-year-old black driver being shot 60 times as officers fired 90 bullets at him when he fled traffic stop leaving a gun in the car

Police have released body camera footage of the moment a black man from Ohio was shot by police 60 times. Jayland Walker, 25, was killed by Akron police after officers tried to stop him for a traffic violation while he was driving on June 25. The shocking footage, made public on Sunday, showed multiple officers approach Walker's vehicle and open fire. The family's attorney described the hail of bullets as sounding like 'a whole brick of fireworks going off.' Video from the scene also showed a gun on the front seat of Walker's car, contradicting earlier reports that the 25-year-old had been unarmed. The cameras captured what appeared to be a flash of a gun coming from Walker's car during the chase. Akron police previously claimed Walker had fired a gun at officers who were pursuing him. The medical examiner determined Walker had suffered 60 gunshot wounds durning the incident, Akron Police Chief Stephen Mylett confirmed Sunday. In comments published on Saturday by the Akron Beacon Journal, attorney Bobby DiCello described the video as 'brutal,' and said Walker's relatives worried that protests this weekend could turn violent. The shooting was the latest in a spate of killings of Black men by law enforcement in the United States that critics say are unjustified, including the 2020 murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis that ignited global protests against police brutality and racial injustice. 'We're all bracing for the community's response, and the one message that we have is the family does not need any more violence,' DiCello said. 'Protest is a way of crying,' Roderick Pounds Sr., pastor of the Second Baptist Church in Akron, said during a prayer rally there on Saturday after he was permitted to see the video prior to its being made public.

Keen cyclists have to contend with many hazards on the roads, but men may have more to worry about than keeping out of the way of traffic.

British theatre and film director Peter Brook - whose influential and distinguished career saw him garner worldwide acclaim - has died at the age of 97.

Disturbing new footage shows moment MV-22 Osprey helicopter crashed into USS Green Bay off Australian coast in 2017, killing three young Marines who were on board

Newly-unearthed footage shows the moment a MV-22 Osprey helicopter crashed into a US warship in 2017, killing three young Marines who were on board. The clip, first posted online Saturday, shows the sophisticated helicopter - which can fly like a plane and hover like a chopper -  trying to land on the deck of the US Green Bay of the coast of Queensland, Australia, on August 5, 2017. But the chopper - which was carrying 26 members of Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265 - suddenly drops unexpectedly. It strikes its left engine compartment off the deck while pitching dramatically, with the sailor who was filming running to safety just as the chopper begins to disappear from view. Moments later, it plunged 30 feet and slammed into the Pacific Ocean. A hole in the cockpit of the damaged aircraft quickly saw it flood with water, causing it to sink. All but three of those service personnel were rescued, with the bodies of three others recovered following a 12 hour search. Those killed were  1st Lt. Benjamin Cross, 26, of Oxford, Maine, Cpl. Nathaniel Ordway, 21, of Sedgwick, Kansas and Pfc. Ruben Velasco, 19, of Los Angeles. Cross was co-piloting the aircraft, with an investigation absolving him of any blame for the crash.

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Almost £100million was paid out under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme last year. But more than four in 10 of the almost 6,000 claims made by former and serving personnel were rejected.


The mother-of-one's foot was hanging off and there was blood everywhere, but she remained calm: 'I was morally prepared for it - it is war and it can happen.' She is lucky to be alive - and even more so to still have her legs. The army signaller's steely determination is jarring: she was injured on June 2 and is already planning her return to combat. Ukraine will need her back: about 500 of its troops are being injured everyday, and up to 100 a day are dying. Yuliia, 33, admits it is tough on the frontline and wants the West to do more. Russia, she says, has more manpower and equipment. Over five years of service and four rotations in the Donbas, Yuliia has seen the horrors Russian troops inflict on civilians.

An apparent Ukrainian airstrike on Russian city Belgorod killed at least three people and damaged hundreds of homes in the early hours this morning. Putin allies demanded a 'military response'

The Russian ice hockey star detained for 'draft dodging' on Friday and forcibly enlisted in the army has been taken to a remote Arctic naval base. Ivan Fedotov, 25, signed with NHL team the Flyers

Alexandra Shulman says that white dresses represent summer. Her white dress is her most faithful holiday companion and has travelled everywhere from Ibiza to Rajasthan with her. She says that white dresses are an escape from utility and practicality and not to weigh them down. She adds that it is important to keep accessories light and opt for items such as Greek-style sandals.

Down a quiet alleyway in Sydney's inner-west lies an unassuming terrace cottage that hides an incredible underground retreat with mirrored ceilings, leather walls and an uber-chic built-in bar.

Vets say leaving the heating on is usually unnecessary, as most healthy pets have enough fur to keep them warm, and air conditioning is generally not needed by pets either.

Last week, the banking giant ordered staff to wear badges bearing their 'preferred pronouns' to prevent the 'accidental misgendering' of trans staff.

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The boat - a Higgins landing craft - was previously about 185 feet beneath the surface of the lake, but now rests halfway out of the water. Water levels in Lake Mead - the largest reservoir in the US, which is formed by the Hoover Dam River and sits about 24 miles from Las Vegas - have reached their lowest level since 1971. Levels have been declining for the past few years, as a result of the ongoing megadrought in the southwestern US, as well as increasing demand for water. In addition to the Higgins craft and a number of other shipwrecks, the skeletal remains of several bodies that some suspect to be victims of Las Vegas' notorious mob past have been found along the lakes new shorelines.

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Olive Uniacke, 31, dons a stunning fuchsia gown as she ties the knot with Dane Ensley in ceremony in Pimlico, London, attended by film royalty, including Rosamund Pike and Nicolas Hoult

Some people are nervous about taking their pooch away with them as it can be complicated. But John Smith, a pet expert, has offered his tips for bringing your dog away with you in the UK, stress-free.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: For all his recent troubles - some self-inflicted - this paper unequivocally believes Boris Johnson is the right man to lead the party and the country.

BRIAN VINER: Puffing along in the slipstream of Top Gun: Maverick comes another sequel made decades after the original, indeed in this case the gap is even wider. The Railway Children, which had a welcome one-day re-release yesterday, dates from 1970. Those of you who regard Lionel Jeffries' timeless classic with unalloyed affection, as I do, will no doubt approach The Railway Children Return with caution.

An investigation into the death of a prisoner at HMP Styal has been launched. Inmate Eileen McDonagh died in custody at the all-female jail on July 2.

TV personality Jeremy Clarkson, 62, has discovered rare orchids growing on his farm in the Cotswolds, and he is warning collectors not to attempt to steal them.

Steph McGovern, 40, says the key motivator for her is authenticity. The presenter was a business reporter on BBC breakfast before fronting Steph's Packed Lunch.

Unhappy Fourth of July: WWII veteran celebrating 100th birthday breaks down in TEARS while discussing current state of America - saying 'our country is going to hell in a hand-basket'

Reminiscing about his time in the Marines, Tampa Bay veteran Carl Spurlin Dekel said that while fighting in the war was his biggest pride, slain soldiers had not died for the America of today. 'People don't realize what they have,' Dekel told Fox13. 'The things we did and the things we fought for and the boys that died for it, it's all gone down the drain. Our country going to hell in a hand-basket.' Dekel became inconsolable as he spoke about the contrasts between the America he grew up in and the current state of affairs in the country.

Prince Charles was facing questions about his charity after payments were found from a Tory donor who spent £1.7million bailing out the future king's failed eco-village project.

The UK's second biggest grocer is facing calls to pay the independently set living wage for all staff and contracted workers.

The asset management arm of Swiss investment bank UBS has linked up with property developer Reef Group to create a joint venture.

Celebrity photographer Rankin has unveiled an exhibition featuring images that have been 'unfairly' censored on social media. The British photographer, real name John Rankin Waddell, who has worked with Kate Moss, Madonna, David Bowie and the Queen, said: 'Censorship is a tool, but one that is often used inadvertently to silence marginalised voices.' Statistics have shown that 29.6 per cent of content relating to the female body and experiences relating to sexism or misogyny taken down. One in 10 posts about homophobia are also removed.

Ministers were told to 'buck up and deliver' on gambling reform after a Daily Mail audit revealed the devastating toll of betting addiction (36 victims pictured).

Hannah Betts explains that it is possible to use different lip treatments to fake a natural look this summer. UK-based expert adds that beauty fans can also use more natural nail products.

Sheridan Smith and Jenny Agutter attended the world premiere of The Railway Children Return. Alongside cast members they boarded the train at Oakworth Station, West Yorkshire to Keighley

Labour has struggled with reconciling women's and trans rights, with Sir Keir Starmer and his frontbenchers unable to define what a woman is.

Australian police frantically search for two people who set a police car alight - as they fear one is suffering severe burns after the explosion set THEM on fire too

The moment two brazen arsonists set fire to a police car in a suburban carpark has been captured on video, as cops offer $25,000 to anyone who can help find them. The marked patrol car was parked in the forecourt of a vehicle dealership in Mandurah, south of Perth, on Friday when two people approached on foot about 4.30am. The pair then poured accelerant from a jerry can over the hood of the car and set it alight with a blowtorch - with the flames exploding in a fireball and setting alight the shirt of one of the pair as they both flee. 

The Strictly Come Dancing professional, 31, finally tied the knot with her fiancé Ben Jones on Saturday after two delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mr Johnson overcame a ballot on his leadership in June amid fallout from sleaze rows and the slumbering economy. But 148 of his own MPs voted against him, showing the scale of munity.

Thousands online have been left scratching their heads after a talented baker asked fans to 'spot the cake' on a Kmart shelf among other products.  Tegan 'Tigga' Maccormack, from Melbourne, posted a now-viral video walking in front of a shelf full of travel coffee cups, mugs, tea infusers and plates. Most found it near impossible to identify the incredibly realistic cake - but Tegan revealed it was a pink and ivory travel mug on the second shelf. 

At least 209 flights have been canceled by just 10am, and 938 are already delayed, according to FlightAware. Yesterday, 654 US flights were called off and 5,860 were delayed

According to reports, the driver of the blue Ford van followed the girl through Bower Lane in Basildon, Essex, as she walked to collect her sibling.


Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, arrived at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. She will be transferred to Austin, where she faces murder charges.

Rowing fans made their way to Henley in OXfordshire to watch the final day of the Royal Regatta. Onlookers looked dapper in stylish and classic apparel. While the rowers were hard at work on the Thames, glamorous revellers were busy flexing their fashion muscles on Henley's Royal Regatta flexed their fashion muscles on the banks.

More than 13,000 users complained of errors around 3am EST Friday. The overwhelming influx of viewers pushed Netflix beyond its capacity, causing tech issues across the entire platform.

Mickey will become available for the public domain in 2024, following U.S. copyright laws that state intellectual property on artistic work expires at the 95-year mark.

Rupert Murdoch (pictured) was snapped at his granddaughter Charlotte Freud's wedding to Luke Storey (both pictured) this weekend. The billionaire media tycoon, 91, who donned a white suit for the Cotswold event, was just one of the prolific guests celebrating the couple as they tied the knot. Despite Murdoch's fourth divorce current being underway, after his estranged wife Jerry Hall filed divorce papers in an LA court on Friday, he was seen mingling with other attendees. Some 70 guests celebrated Charlotte's marriage to rapper Luke Storey, including the bride's mother business woman Elisabeth Murdoch and her partner, artist Keith Tyson (both pictured).



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Iconic actors Al Pacino and Sylvester Stallone enjoyed a few slices of pizza as they met up Saturday at a restaurant in Beverly Hills, California. Pacino, 82, donned a black coat with blue-tinted sunglasses and sported a goatee on the summer day alongside Stallone, 75. The screen legend of films such as Scarface, The Godfather series and Dog Day Afternoon sat alongside Stallone, who was clad in a black button-up collared shirt on the daytime outing in Southern California.

Nigel Colborn says that many lawns became wildflower meadows in the No Mow campaign. In the UK-based garden expert's village, front lawns were full of daisies, buttercups, clover and violets.

Liz Hemmings picked out a selection of the best table runners. Top picks include Kitiri Studio and Connox.

Wacky races! Thousands descend on London's Alexandra Palace to watch amateur racers go head to head the first Red Bull SOAPBOX Race in the UK since the Covid pandemic

Amateur racers from around the world have donned wacky costumes to take part in Red Bull's Soapbox Race. Thousands of spectators descended on Alexandra Palace in London on Sunday to witness the annual event. Around 70 teams of amateur drivers and crews were tasked with creating homemade non-motorised soapboxes to race on the steep downhill course.