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June 18, 2018 2:18 AM Tommy Lee's son Brandon posts video of rocker unconscious in his underwear in Father's Day spat

In March, Tommy Lee and his eldest son Brandon got into a highly-publicized altercation. And on Father's Day on Sunday, the Motley Crue rocker, 55, took to Instagram to post a long reflection on fatherhood in which he called his two sons with ex-wife Pamela Anderson 'a**holes'. Brandon, 22, responded with an Instagram post of his own, telling his dad: 'Remember 6

June 17, 2018 5:18 PM Spitfire hero was reunited with wartime love who he last saw on a railway platform in 1944 after she saw him on TV discussing Battle of Britain 60 years later

A Spitfire mechanic was reunited with his wartime love after she spotted him talking about his experience of the war on television more than 60 years after they last saw each other. Joe Roddis, 83, and Betty Wood, 84, said a tearful goodbye for what they believed would be the last time they saw one another at Worthing railway station in 1944. The fighter

June 17, 2018 12:15 PM Sunday Brunch viewers in hysterics as hosts attempt ballet dancing

Both hosts tackled the task with gusto, removing their shoes for the lesson and getting their legs up on the ballet barre before attempting pirouettes and jumps. One viewer wrote on Twitter: “Haha ballet class is the funniest thing I’ve seen on #Sundaybrunch.” Another said: “Watching @simonrim and @timlovejoy doing ballet on #SundayBrunch has been the highlight 7

June 17, 2018 12:38 AM Stop using cannabis oil, or your son will miss out on new epilepsy drugs, NHS warns mother

A mother says she has been told by doctors to stop giving cannabis oil to her epileptic son – or they will be unable to prescribe new anti-epileptic drugs for him. Oliver Smale, 11, was suffering up to 20 serious seizures a day until 18 months ago when he began receiving daily droplets of cannabis oil. Since then, his mother Jen Smale says, the frequency 7

June 16, 2018 2:00 AM BEER OF THE WEEK: Brekeriet Rhuboise

DESPITE taking their native Sweden by storm, Brekeriet remain relatively unknown in the UK. Despite spending the last few years producing stunning fruit, sour, and Brettanomyces fermented ales, they’ve yet to find their audience. If you’re a fan of Wild Beer Co, and their take on rustic innovation, you’ll almost certainly find a lot to love in this Swedish 7

June 14, 2018 5:38 PM Port Lympne welcomes second giraffe in week

A wildlife park in Kent has welcomed the birth of its second giraffe in a week. Seven-year-old Rothschild giraffe, Lunar, gave birth to a calf this afternoon at Port Lympne Wildlife Park in Hythe. The newly-born calf arrived exactly a week after Lehana, also an endangered Rothschild giraffe, gave birth to a male calf. Over a thousand keen-eyed giraffe 13

June 13, 2018 4:34 PM Eyal to be dumped from Love Island? Model branded a ‘desperate c**t’ after that CRINGE kiss with Megan!

Is anybody else wondering what on earth they’ve been doing with their lives over the past 11 months without Love Island? Well, luckily it’s back on our screens for the next eight weeks and is already giving us more drama than we could have ever hoped for. As well as being totally floored by viewer favourite Niall Aslam unexpectedly leaving the show, on Tuesday 12

June 13, 2018 4:17 PM Pupils from Bishop Wilton go wild in the country

A LOCAL primary school has enjoyed a fun-filled day out in the countryside. A key stage 2 class from Bishop Wilton CE Primary School went to one of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society's (YAS) Countryside Days on June 5. They joined almost 6,000 pupils from 113 schools across Yorkshire for a range of experiences which link to school topics. Mrs McCarthy's 5

June 13, 2018 6:44 AM Spy bosses modify England players phones to beat Russian cyber threat: Footballers are briefed on how to protect themselves at World Cup

England footballers were briefed by GCHQ on how to protect their personal information and possessions while in Russia. The squad was given guidance on security issues including how to hide their belongings in their hotel rooms. As they touched down at their World Cup training headquarters last night details of the briefing – which had a particular emphasis 1

June 6, 2018 1:58 PM Sisters at war after one poisoned the other's prized artichokes are now back in court over a 213-page tell-all book about 'what really happened'

A middle-class pensioner locked in an eight-year feud with her sisters has appeared in court accused of publishing a 'malicious' book about poisoned artichokes. Gillian Leeden, 66, fell out with her sisters Deborah Lemay and Lyndsey Glassett in 2010 over the care of their mother Winifred Leeden. The spat culminated in Leeden being convicted of criminal 7