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Jamie Oliver 'saddened' after restaurant chain goes into administration

The celebrity chef's restaurant chain Jamie's Italian has appointed administrators, putting as many as 1,300 jobs at risk, it has been announced today. The 43-year-old (left in 2018) said he was ‘deeply saddened by this outcome’, adding: 'I appreciate how difficult this is for everyone affected.' The beleaguered chain (right), which opened its first restaurant in 2008, was struggling with debts of £71.5million and teetered on the edge of bankruptcy in 2017 before the chef injected £12.7million of his savings into the business.

NHS nurse who offered a Bible to a cancer patient LOSES unfair dismissal appeal at

Sarah Kuteh, 50, from Sierra Leone worked as an NHS nurse for 15 years. She was fired from Darent Valley Hospital in Kent (inset) for giving a patient a Bible following several other complaints. A court has ruled the termination of her employment was 'fair' after learning a patient likened her religious fervour to a 'Monty Python skit'.

Oritse Williams' manager tells rape trial how he tried to start threesome

Jamien Nagadhana (pictured outside court, right) denies sexually assaulting a woman as she was allegedly being raped by Williams. Wolverhampton Crown Court heard claims the two men attacked the 'zombified' woman at a hotel after Williams (shown yesterday, left) performed a gig at a nightclub in December 2016. The complainant claims Williams raped her before Nagadhana 'joined in' after they plied her with booze and invited her back to the city's Ramada Hotel. Giving evidence today, Nagadhana said he decided to go over towards them because the sex was 'cringey' and I thought the woman was 'probably not' enjoying it. Nagadhana, from Hounslow, west London, also told the jury he fell asleep in his single bed as Williams and the woman were about to engage in further sex.


Sherry Moore attacked 64-year-old grandmother Sue Atkinson (pictured) with a metal pole at her home in Hull because she believed she was under threat from people who were 'out to get her', prosecutors say

Father-of-two Dom Allan, 36, stepped out of a taxi by his home in Stourbridge, West Mids, at midnight and a hit-and-run driver left him with a smashed skull. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT.

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Lady Gabriella's official wedding pictures shows her posing alongside Thomas Kingston

Lady Gabriella Windsor has released her official wedding pictures which see her posing alongside her new husband Thomas Kingston in the gardens of Frogmore House, along with her page boys and flower girls, main. In the traditional royal wedding picture taken in the Duchess of Kent's Drawing Room at Frogmore House, Gabriella and Thomas take centre stage, surrounded by their families, inset.

May's cabinet at war over No Deal: Andrea Leadsom says Britain must leave the EU on

Theresa May will make the case for her package in a speech in Westminster this afternoon, urging politicians to get on board with her plan. The appeal comes after Cabinet signed off the proposals, to be put before the Commons in two weeks' time, in a marathon two-hour discussion. However, Mrs May is facing the prospect of another crushing defeat after Jacob Rees-Mogg joined senior Tories deserting her camp. Mr Rees-Mogg - head of the powerful ERG block of MPs - made clear he would be switching sides to vote against the crucial legislation. The move is more evidence that Mrs May's support is slipping away, leaving her on track for an even heavier rejection than in March - when the third effort to get her deal was rejected by 58 votes. Mr Rees-Mogg said he had backed the Brexit package previously so the UK could get out 'broadly on time', but it would now be a 'weight around the neck' of the next Tory leader.

Ed Bridges from Cardiff had his image captured by facial recognition cameras while shopping. He and civil rights group Liberty are suing South Wales Police saying the tech breaches human rights.

Rob and Irene Callan, both 64, were living in Larbert, Falkirk, when they put a deposit down for their new Allanwater Homes three-bedroom semi-detached house in Alloa, Clackmannanshire.

Well-wishers have now raised more than £85,000 for Market Deeping Model Railway Club in Lincolnshire after vandals smashed up its 'priceless' annual exhibition.

Care worker, 31, has newborn son to pass £50m stately home to

This is the humble childhood home where a young Jordan Adlard Rogers grew up wondering if he was the heir to the £50million sprawling estate a mile down the road. The former care worker has swapped the cramped terraced property (top image) for a grand ancestral mansion (bottom image) after a 30-year fight to prove the identity of his father. Jordan, 31, has now moved his partner, Katie Hubber (inset) and son Joshua, who was born last month, into the 1,536-acre Penrose Estate in Cornwall. It comes after DNA finally revealed that the former care worker was the illegitimate son of the previous owner Charles Rogers, who died last year from a drug overdose. His new lifestyle of wealth and comfort is in stark contrast to the modest house we was raised in by his mother Julie, who had a secret relationship with Mr Rogers. Neighbours at their former home recalled Jordan was a 'lovely boy' who liked Mars Bars and working out.

The right-wing eurosceptic told a rally in Bolton he would 'ignore' the incident in Newcastle yesterday in which he was doused with a £5.25 Five Guys banana and salted caramel dairy drink.

Alice Sloman, 14, died after having a heart attack during an MRI at Torbay Hospital last year and the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch is now investigating the circumstances.

Ofcom chief executive Sharon White told MPs that it was investigating what changes were needed following the the death of guest Steven Dymond, 63, in a suspected suicide.

Teenaged carpenter, 18, transforms £5,000 canal boat into luxury holiday home

Billy Walden (top left inset during renovations), from Bentham, Lancaster, spent just eight weeks transforming the uninhabitable boat (top right inset) into a holiday home for his mother Jayne and sister Matilda (pictured together top). The teenager started learning carpentry at just 14, and decided to take on a larger project after successfully renovating a Volkswagen camper all by himself. He said of the project: 'I'm a bit of an introvert and I've never been into video games and stuff like many lads my age - my idea of fun is spending time in the workshop near my home. So far we've travelled the whole down canal from Tewitfield to Preston, we all love being on it together and the boat is even named after my sister and mum as it's called Matilda Jayne.' Bottom left: the entrance to the boat, bottom right: the living room.

Asian accountant smashed his ex-wife's head against a car after she began dating a white

An Asian accountant smashed his ex-wife's head against a car and called her a 'bacon basher' after she started dating a white man, a court heard. Syed Ahmad, 51, (left) grabbed Perveen Ahmad (right) during an early morning argument after she emerged from her gym to find her Lexus car had been vandalised. During the attack outside the David Lloyd centre in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, Ahmad caused a fellow member's car to be dented as he slammed his ex-wife's head against the bodywork. He was pulled off of Mrs Ahmad, 51, by her boyfriend David Wallwork, (inset) who then pinned her former husband to the ground as he 'thrashed about' during a violent struggle.

Divorcee, 50, who fought ex for £90m built property empire with new lover

Speaking exclusively to the Mail this week former Chelsea-based nutritionist and neuromuscular expert Hamish Hurley (bottom left) accused his former lover’s legal team of ‘rewriting our whole relationship’ after claims made in court that he ‘sexually pressurised her and physically abused her’. He says he has around 40,000 WhatsApp messages which prove otherwise. Mandy Gray (centre), on the other hand, is claiming that Hamish has no right to the spoils gathered during their time together despite them being in joint names. There’s the company shares, an Italian villa, a New Zealand sheep farm and four hypercars currently garaged in Switzerland. She has launched an extraordinary legal bid to stop him getting his hands on what she says is all hers. Pictured, her ex-husband Randy Work (top left), the 16th-century Castello di Reschio estate in Umbria the couple bought together (top right) and the £5million Oyster 825 they named 'Enso'.

The unexpected meeting will take place at Clarence House, the heir to the throne’s official residence in London.

Dressed in black and riding scooters, the group of men were seen pulling up outside Amir Jewellery in Maida Vale, north London, before smashing their way into the shop.

Tracy Bibby, of Clevedon, North Somerset, was ‘pretending to be a racing driver’ when she drove a Ford Transit into the home of Joan Woodier in April 2018 after driving home from a pub, a court heard.

Niki Lauda dies aged 70: Austrian Formula 1 legend passes away at Swiss Clinic

Formula 1 icon Niki Lauda ‘passed away peacefully on Monday’ at the age of 70 in University Hospital Zurich where he was admitted earlier this month for dialysis. Lauda, born in Austria, took the F1 world by storm when he won the 1975 driver’s championship and looked set to seize the trophy again the following year, before a horror crash in Germany saw his head and neck badly burned. Despite being so close to death that the last rites were read to him in hospital, he was back in a car just six weeks later with his head still bandaged. He narrowly lost the ’76 season to British Driver James Hunt, with whom he had a legendary rivalry featured in the film Rush. During the crash Lauda also sustained lung injuries and required a double transplant in August last year.

For the first time, 250 of the 2,500 places available every year will be reserved for disadvantaged state school pupils. The move is likely to spark accusations of ‘social engineering’.

Adding to Tory woes tonight, Philip Hammond will warn Boris Johnson and other Brexiteer party leadership candidates that they have ‘no mandate’ for No Deal.

Sir Peter Fahy, who was also chief of Greater Manchester Police, warned that Donald Trump is 'serious' about cutting Britain out of intelligence sharing if they embrace the Chinese tech firm.

Former World's fattest man Paul Mason reveals he is moving back to UK from USA

Paul Mason, 59, who was from Ipswich, Suffolk, was 70 stone (980lb, 445kg) at his heaviest and once branded himself the heaviest person on the planet. He moved to Massachusetts in the US in 2014, where he ballooned in size from 19 stone (121kg) to 35 stone (222kg) despite having gastric band surgery. After being charged with stealing from supermarket Walmart and splitting from his fiancee, Mr Mason said he plans to return to Britain with his US visa about to expire. He wrote on his Facebook page last night: 'I need to return to the UK where I will be eligible for the assistance I need to get my life back on track.' In recent months Mr Mason has piled the weight back on, gorging on pizza and crisps all night following the split from fiancée Rebecca Mountain last year.

Downton Abbey producers have released a first cast picture of the upcoming film, which takes over where the TV series left off.

The unnamed 43-year-old reportedly confessed the blaze had got out of hand after he lit a small fire to burn rubbish, near the Costa del Sol tourist resort of Nerja.

This morning Labour MP Jess Phillips turned up at Anderton Park Primary School in Birmingham to announce she is calling for an exclusion zone to ensure pupils can get to and from school safely.

Model railway owners tell ROBERT HARDMAN of their delight at donations

The members of Market Deeping Model Railway Club were last night in tears all over again following an astonishing global response to their appeal for help. They are pictured (from left): Peter Davies, Colin Brown, Bill Sowerby and Mick Quinn. Pictured top right, bottom right and inset: The trashed display. Some of the ‘layouts’ had taken decades to create — and were still a work in progress.

Teacher's dream of living in 300-year-old cottage turned into NINE YEARS of legal wrangles

Since she bought the cottage in a picturesque Peak District village of Glossop nine years ago, she has been locked in a series of bitter court rows which ended with her being arrested, and now cleared, of squatting. Maths teacher Miss Patel bought the cottage, her first home, in 2010 for £162,500. She spent £30,000 doing it up before moving in to the property three years later. But her problems stated before she even moved in when, during the renovation work, builders were accused of damaging 12 'thackstone' tiles on a neighbouring property.

Visitors are reportedly climbing on top of the World Heritage site to take selfies, which has led to a whole 10ft chunk of the wall to collapse at the Steel Rigg sightseeing point in Northumberland.

Alfie Perkins, 19, is believed to be suffering from a head injury after falling at Wembley stadium on Saturday. He was banned for life by Birmingham City because of tweet in March.

Adam Brettle, 24, murdered his girlfriend Samantha Gosney in a 'frenzied and gruesome' attack in St Helens. Brettle then went on a four-day drinks and drugs binge before being arrested.

British First World War recruiting posters up for auction

The historical posters were produced by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee before conscription was introduced in Britain in 1916. They will go under the hammer at auction house Toovey's in Washington, West Sussex, tomorrow, and are expected to fetch £3,000. One features a grinning army soldier (left) with the caption: 'He's happy & satisfied, are you?' Another (centre) features the London skyline with buildings including St. Paul's Cathedral with a Zeppelin flying above it. A third (right) shows John Bull, a representation of the UK, standing in front of a line of military men and asking the reader 'Who's absent? Is it you?'

Execution book of Britain's most famous hangman goes up for auction with notes on all his

Britain's most prolific hangman Albert Pierrepoint, who executed around 600 criminals, recorded the details of every hanging in a leather notebook which is going up for auction (top inset). The macabre item is being sold along with a death mask (left) of the executioner who died in 1992. Pierrepoint (bottom inset, right) was responsible for the hangings of a number of Nazi war criminals and the last woman executed in the UK, Ruth Ellis. In the book, Pierrepoint details the size of the criminals's necks and the length of the drop to the floor (right).

Incredible footage shows Royal Navy warship the HMS Defender fire a missile four times the speed of sound at an incoming drone in Nato tests off the coast of Scotland

The Portsmouth-based HMS Defender warship practices hitting a fast-moving, low-level target in a fiery test off the coast of Scotland. The ship's senior warfare officer, Lieutenant Commander Daniel Lee, called it a 'rewarding experience'. He said: 'Proving the effectiveness of the Sea Viper system against a more challenging target reassures us in the ability of HMS Defender to deliver on operations as an air defence destroyer.'

Labour supporters are split almost down the middle over what they think would happen if Jeremy Corbyn ever becomes PM.

Federico Motka was captured alongside fellow aid worker David Haines in March 2013 on a road in Syria. The pair were pulled away from their car at gunpoint by masked men.

Thousands of barrel jellyfish up to three feet wide have washed up on the Devon coast. It is unusual to see the creatures on British shores and experts are unsure why they have swarmed.

Drink-driver who killed three in head-on smash is jailed for more than eight years 

Tommy Whitmore crashed his Ford Ranger head-on into a Renault Megane on the A1139 in Peterborough, killing the three people inside. They were driver Marko Makula, his fiancee Jana Kockova (together, top left) and her 19-year-old brother Tomas Kocko (bottom right), who was the rear seat passenger. Whitmore (inset), of Cowbit, near Spalding in Lincolnshire, admitted causing the deaths of the three by dangerous driving. Tomas and Jana's parents Marcela Kokova and Ladislav Markula (right) wept outside court today.

Kenneth Kiley, 75, died after driver Dario Carboni, 24, allegedly sped into him in Swindon. Carboni is on trial for murder, manslaughter and death by dangerous driving.

Police and other emergency workers including firefighters in the French capital were immediately scrambled to the 900 feet structure, which has just celebrated its 130th anniversary.

The EU Commission President has repeatedly blamed his eccentric behaviour and unsteady walk on sciatica and said today: 'I've said it many times that I do not have a problem with alcohol'.

Briton held in Chicago after flying to visit girlfriend says immigration officials mocked

Isaac Roblett, 24, from Hastings, East Sussex flew to the Illinois city on April 24 for the trip of a lifetime with American girlfriend Camila Iglesia, 23 (pictured left together). He had been talking about spending three months in the country under an ESTA permit. The Electronic System for Travel Authorisation allows you to stay in the US for up to 90 days without needing a VISA. They cost around £9, and must be applied for at least 72 hours before you travel. But when Mr Roblett arrived in the country, immigration officials questioned him about his reasons for travel. They scoured his phone and discovered a text message about 'moving' (right) and feared he may stay in the country long term. He claims that in reality, he was visiting his girlfriend for their one year anniversary. The couple had met on Tinder as she studied on an exchange at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in Sidcup, Kent. Mr Roblett is not even allowed to appeal his ban. Describing the reaction of immigration officials as he was informed of it, he said: 'When they told me this so many of the guards were mocking my British accent. They were asking if I wanted tea and crumpets.' The couple are, however, hoping to see each other in the UK next week.

New Huawei-made phones will not have access to apps such as Gmail, Google Maps and the Google Play store, dealing a huge blow to the Chinese tech firm's expansion.

The Wickham Horse Fair in Fareham is one of two highlights of the horse-riding calendar which also includes the famous Appleby Horse Fair which takes place later on this year in June.

UK post offices have seen income from Government services fall from £576million in 2004-05 to £99million in 2017-18. Most close because of financial hardship.

Kate gets her hands dirty! Duchess dresses down in culottes as she joins schoolchildren to climb a treehouse and roast marshmallows in her Chelsea Flower Show garden ahead of the Queen's visit

Kate, 37, got her hands dirty as she joined a group of schoolchildren for a fireside chat (left) and outdoor activities (right and inset) in the Back To Nature Garden, which will be visited by the Queen this evening ahead of its public opening tomorrow. The garden, which Kate hopes will inspire families 'to get outside' and 'enjoy nature', features a tree house, waterfall, rustic den and a campfire as well as tree stumps, stepping stones and a hollow log for children to play on.

Woman's BEST FRIEND is caught on CCTV stealing cash and rifling through her eight-year-old son's wallet - on hidden camera set up after £1,390 went missing from her home 

Samantha Robson (right), 39, from Macclesfield, Cheshire, met Tanya Sellars in 2013 when she sought a childminder for her two-year-old son Ewan (also right, now aged nine). The pair became good friends (inset), and Ms Robson eventually trusted Sellars with a key to her house. But at the start of 2017, they noticed money going missing. Self-employed hairdresser Samantha and husband Mark, 38, were so worried about the missing money, they installed CCTV cameras inside their own home. Reviewing the footage in July 2017, they were shocked to discover Sellars using her key to creep inside their home and rifling through their son's wallet in search of cash (left). Sellars received a 21 month suspended sentence at Liverpool Crown Court in March 2018 after pleading guilty to three counts of burglary and one count of theft. She had earlier been found guilty of one further count of burglary in August 2017.

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Outcry in France as doctors stop life support for quadriplegic man in vegetative state

The parents (bottom right) of quadriplegic man Vincent Lambert (left), who has been in a vegetative state since a car accident in 2008, say the decision to end his life at the Sebastopol hospital in Reims, France is 'shameful'. The lawyer for Pierre and Viviane Lambert said doctors had begun switching off the systems this morning. Pope Francis (top right) has called out modern 'throwaway culture' and asked for life to be safeguarded.

Disturbing video captures moment referee, 32, suffers heart attack on pitch and DIES on his way to hospital

Local television video showed the horrible moment a referee in Bolivia collapsed on the pitch before he suffered two heart attacks and later died at a local hospital on Sunday. Víctor Hugo Hurtado (left; lying on stretcher in the inset; pictured in the red circle on the right) was taking charge of the Always Ready and Oriente Petrolero's Bolivian league game when he suddenly fell in the 47th minute.  Video footage showed that Hurtado was looking at one of the players striking the ball before he fainted at Villa Ingenio Municipal Stadium in El Alta.

Some 500 undocumented immigrants occupied Charles de Gaulle airport yesterday. They called on Air France to stop carrying out deportations and asked to meet Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.

The woman was attacked outside the nightclub, in the city of General Madariaga, Argentina, after she had reacted by lashing out at the bouncer when he had punched her friend.

Jaw dropping footage captures a pile of bricks plummeting from fourth floor construction site onto the head of a 19-year-old girl walking underneath. CCTV caught the incident in west Turkey.

Dead man covered up with bedsheet and a pair of socks is driven past stunned motorists for

The body of Mikhail Sedykh (left), 32, was driven into the city of Voronezh, Russia on the roof rack of a Volga sedan (right), because his family say they could not afford the undertakers costs to transport the his body for an autopsy. Having apparently died in a shed at his home, a friend offered to take the corpse on the 38-mile drive to save on money. Investigators say they are looking into the cause of the man's death.

A flock of 3,000 ducks waddle across a road at incredible speed, flapping up a cloud of dust as thousands of them cross within 40 seconds. A bemused tourist captured scene in South Thailand.

Ford is cutting 7,000 white collar jobs by the end of August in a major global restructuring move that will save the automaker $600 million each year.

Last week, three policemen were killed near Belem, Brazil. Their deaths could be linked to the bar massacre which killed 11 people in the northern Pará state yesterday, reports claim.