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Daniel Perry was physically restrained by other passengers after he stood up and began frantically shouting ten hours into the 16-hour United Airlines flight from Hong Kong to Newark Airport.
George Osborne revealed he will use his Mansion House speech tomorrow to set out his plan for recouping the £66billion spent rescuing the stricken banks in 2008.
Aides to the Culture Secretary highlighted that no other woman in the Cabinet had children in an attempt to prove she is taking the issue of internet pornography seriously.
David Cameron has demanded the world’s most powerful countries act to stop countries shifting profits to low-cost tax havens instead of paying they dues where there are earned.
The Prime Minister dragged a reluctant police protection officer on an early morning swim in the freezing waters of Lough Erne.
Angry locals at Lake Lugano, Switzerland, disturbed by the presence of an accused killer in their quiet town, launched a campaign to run him out of town - and authorities revoked his residence permit.
Emily Forrest, 32, gestured at her estranged husband sitting a few yards away in the witness box and said 'it's really distracting' before breaking down and being escorted from the witness box at Lewes Crown Court.
But the bookies paid out to punters who guessed the Queen would be wearing pink and those who guessed peach... because they couldn't decide what colour it was.
Dave Prentis, leader of Unison which has given £4million to Ed Miliband's Labour party, took aim at the Duchess of Cambridge during a speech attacking welfare cuts.
The Supreme Court said the ruling was full of 'deficiencies, contradictions and illogical' conclusions and ordered the new appeals court to look at all the evidence.
Charleigh Disbrey, 15, (pictured) and Mert Karaoglan, 18, who were pupils at a nearby school, died after being hit by a train outside Elstree and Borehamwood station last night.
With the help of family and friends, it took just over a week to organise the rural church wedding in Warwickshire that Chris, 41, and Charlotte Clark, 30, had dreamed of.
Our stress levels are continuing to soar - even though we don't have to worry about bombs, blackouts and rationing, says Graham Price. He says Britons have forgotten to 'look on the bright side of life'.
The multi-millionaire voluntarily attended Charing Cross police station yesterday afternoon hours after he dismissed shocking photos of him with his hands around his tearful wife's throat as a 'playful tiff'.
The notorious child killer, now 75, held the pen between his knuckles to threaten other patients who might 'jump him', a tribunal heard. On hunger strike and force-fed for more than a decade he wants to return to prison to 'take control' of his death.
It is alleged that The Sun twice paid money to a public official in exchange for information on well-known inmates. The paper's chief foreign correspondent Nick Parker and prison officer Lee Brockhouse, who worked at Swaleside prison in Kent, will face charges.
Titilayo Ajala from Milton Keynes and Henretta Offae from Derby were working a night shift at Westlands care home in Olney, near Milton Keynes, when they allegedly turned off the alarms of 19 patients and went to sleep.
Austen Harrison, four, of Crawley, West Sussex, was killed earlier this month in the Bicester Shopping Village outlet in Oxfordshire.
Michael Evans, 28, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, suffered serious brain damage after he was hit in the head by Daniel Brzozowski, 21.
'Wild swimming' enthusiast Jonathan Joyce, 41, from Edinburgh, drowned after getting in to trouble while taking a dip in the English Channel near Salcombe in Devon.