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Sports 'Most shocking referee attack on British soil': Disgusted ref watchdog slam horrific assault on Sunday League official

Attack occurred on Sunday during a cup final at New River, in Wood Green, in the Turkish Community Football Federation More

Sports Footage of brutal referee assault described as 'worst that has been seen on British soil'

During a match based in north London, footage has been revealed showing a match official being brutally assaulted by both sets of players, with one team believed to be primarily responsible. More

US & Canada TOM LEONARD on the marriage of Philip Roth and his British wife

Philip Roth's relationship with second wife Claire Bloom was viciously milked for his novels having spent 18 years together - but only five of them as man and wife, writes TOM LEONARD. More

UK First ever advert for Viagra on British TV has the perfect soundtrack

Channel 4 will be the first to broadcast the high-energy Viagra advert which is set to raise a few smiles More

Travel The surprisingly exotic wild animals that live around British Isles

In a nationwide study, 82 per cent of residents said they didn’t know they could see whales, coatis, hoopoe birds and sand lizards right on their doorstep. More

World 'Hungover British tourist' pictured ordering McDonald's burger in Majorca with her bare bum on full display

The woman, believed to be from the UK, is reported to have gone into the shop with a sore head after a night partying More

Australia British tourist drowned at Great Barrier Reef on her first scuba dive after instructor 'lost her'

Bethany Farrell, 23, died after she became separated from her instructor while swimming off the coast of Queensland a week after beginning her gap year in 2015. More

UK British man, 73, dies after brutal machete attack at his home on Caribbean island St Lucia

Elias Louisy, 73, and wife Muriel were attacked by a masked man who broke in through a window in the village of Desruisseaux More

Business ASK TONY: I'm 82 and have waited 17 years for my British Steel pension - but they won't pay it 

I worked for the Park Gate Iron and Steel Company in Rotherham from June 1965 to October 1969. In 1967, it was nationalised into British Steel. My pension contributions were 2 per cent of my salary. More

UK 'Royal wedding made me even more proud to be British': David Haye reveals joy at Harry and Meghan's big day

The Hayemaker, 37, who has a Jamaican dad and English mum says the country was ready for someone of colour to be part of the Royal family More

UK Four British tourists arrested after 'starting Magaluf hotel fire by setting sleeping pal's feet alight with aerosol' are named

The blaze tore through rooms in the hotel, causing €200,000 worth of damage as terrified tourists ran from the scene More

World London Journal: The Red Phone Box, a British Icon, Stages a Comeback

Once unwanted relics, the booths are being retooled in imaginative ways, including as cellphone repair shops, tiny cafes and defibrillator sites. More

US & Canada British label The Fold becomes new celebrity go-to brand

Pippa's £495 silk Hepburn dress from The Fold is just the latest hit from the London-based fashion label, which is rapidly growing in popularity thanks to a host of celebrity fans. More

Comedy The British Royals Are Cute And All, But We Really Need To Talk About This Royal Swedish Snack

Prince Carl Philip is here to Sweden your day. View Entire Post › More

UK British woman suspected of cheating tourists with fake holiday rentals is arrested in Spain

Briton Paula Louise Neale, 44, is alleged to have fleeced victims of ­thousands of pounds More

Comedy Can You Actually Pass This British Food Quiz?

From Yorkshire pudding to Shepherd's pie. View Entire Post › More

Business ON THE BOARD: British bootmaker Dr Martens appoints Kenny Wilson as its new chief exec

Wilson has headed Cath Kidston since 2011. The chain is known for vintage-style floral patterned bags and bed linen, and under his leadership has grown from just four stores overseas to 220. More

Business Americans fall for British couple's fashion boutique: Matches' revenue soars 44% to £293m

Revenues at Matches Fashion, which was started up by husband and wife Tom and Ruth Chapman in 1987. Profits surged 34 per cent to £26m. More

US & Canada Belarus slams the British Embassy in Minsk for flying gay pride flag

The country's interior ministry in a statement on Sunday said it 'regretted' the British Embassy had flown the flag the previous week. Its interior ministry said LGBT rights and relationships are... More

World British tourist dies after falling into Amsterdam canal while urinating

The unnamed 21-year-old man was on holiday in the Netherlands when he fell into a canal and drowned More