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Kevin Bevis, 38, from Kent, lied about being terminally ill to Karen Gregory, 50. But his deceit came to an end when she went to the police after he became violent and Bevis was jailed for 18 months.
Jason Kneen, 49, built the 8ft (2.4m) by 6ft (1.8m) structure in his Wiltshire garden during lockdown before advertising it on the holiday rental site - but didn't realise to be taken up on his offer.
A bizarre video showing a car wash employee spraying the inside of a 4WD with a high-pressure hose was defended by the business owner as a common cleaning method.
Tyson Fury has sparked outrage by using the N-word while singing with his children on his 32nd birthday.
In the unprovoked racist attack, a white man crosses the road in Galway and aggressively shouts the n-word at the woman in broad daylight.
People on Cherry Beach in Toronto encountered two shirtless men covered in blood and holding running chainsaws in their hands on Sunday morning following an earlier melee that left them injured.
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Paul Bostock was a teenager when he brutally slaughtered two women in Leicestershire in the 1980s. He was jailed for life in 1986 but could be freed from prison at the end of August.
Consultant anaesthetist Dr Anthony Doyle was 'shocked' when Vicki Doyle struck him to the side of the face after he called her a 'psychopath' in an ugly row outside his home in Bradford Peverell, Dorset.
An A-level student has raised more than £25,000 for a homeless man named Akwasi, 29, after a video of his polite reaction to being heckled on the street went viral.
The multi-millionaire singer, 33, was slammed for being 'out of touch', 'patronising' and 'entitled' as show fans vented their fury on Twitter after her Thursday morning video-link from the Caribbean.
Apple is readying a series of bundles that will let customers subscribe to several of the company's digital services at a lower monthly price, Bloomberg reported Thursday, citing people with knowledge of the effort. From the report: The bundles, dubbed "Apple One" inside the Cupertino, California-based technology giant, are planned to launch as early as October alongside the next iPhone line, the people said. The bundles are designed to encourage customers to subscribe to more Apple services, which will generate more recurring revenue. There will be different tiers, according to the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private plans. A basic package will include Apple Music and Apple TV+, while a more expensive variation will have those two services and the Apple Arcade gaming service. The next tier will add Apple News+, followed by a pricier bundle with extra iCloud storage for files and photos. Apple's plans, and the structure of the bundles, may change. But the goal is to offer groups of services at lower prices than would be charged if consumers subscribed to each offering individually.
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Nationals from the bloc and their families must go through the Home Office's settlement scheme by June next year to carry on living and working in the country after the Brexit transition period.
Chairman of iPhone maker tells investors local markets will grow their own manufacturing ecosystems
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Viral footage shows the stray canine sprinting towards an overflowing river to save its puppy that was stranded by surging floodwaters in China's south-western Sichuan province.
The London Mural Company gave Aberfeldy Street, Poplar, a colourful boost with more than 600 litres of paint and 200 spray cans over the past six weeks.
PC Jemma Dicks, 28, performed the sex act on Sergeant Adam Reed, 40, at Cardiff Central Police Station during a 10 month fling. She was given a final written warning. Reed has already quit the force.
TWO men are due to appear at court after police officers seized a knife and an imitation firearm during patrols in Colchester.
Muhammad Abdul Basir, 24, from Mitcham, allegedly talked about attacking the former English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.