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Last updated: 02:38 GMT, 6 December 2022

Fury at Sussexes Netflix claim of war on Meghan: Sources say its absolutely wrong to suggest Harry and his wife had been briefed against as bombshell new trailer is laced with race and hate slurs

Incendiary claims by Prince Harry of a war against Meghan sparked a furious backlash last night. In a trailer for their new documentary, he alleged the couple had suffered from leaks and planted stories that backed up the Royal Family hierarchy. Allies told the six-hour series on Netflix there was a war against Meghan to suit other peoples agendas, with one claiming its about hatred, its about race. In clips for the show, Harry, 38, took aim at royal aides, smirking as he commented: Its a dirty game. But royal sources insisted it was absolutely wrong to suggest Harry and Meghan had been briefed against and unprecedented steps had been taken to support them.

Raheem Sterling wont return to Englands World Cup camp until his family is safe: Star insists he needs to be 100% sure before flying back to Qatar after raid on his 6m mansion saw him become FOURTH Chelsea player targeted by organised gang

Raheem Sterling will not return to Englands World Cup camp until his family are safe, and has told friends that he needs to be 100 per cent sure before flying back to Qatar. The star has been left shaken following the burglary at his 6million mansion, with neighbours yesterday claiming it was an inside job by contractors, as he is said to be the fourth Chelsea player targeted by an organised gang. Thieves broke into the father of threes 6million gated home before making off with a stash of watches and jewellery - prompting the shocked star to race home from Qatar to be with his family. Police (inset) were contacted around 9pm on Saturday, December 3 after Sterlings partner Paige (left, pictured with their children) returned to find a number of items including jewellery and watches had been stolen.

Raheem Sterling wont return to World Cup until his family is safe

Major incident declared as huge fire breaks out at derelict factories in Wolverhampton

A major incident has been declared after a huge fire broke out at derelict factories in Wolverhampton on Monday night, with more than 100 firefighters at the scene.

Major incident declared as huge fire breaks out at derelict factories

Child transgender charity Mermaids refuses to let staff see report on ousted boss as there isnt a safe space to read it

Transgender childrens charity Mermaids is not letting staff see a report into the former CEOs leadership because it does not have a safe space where it can be read.

Child transgender charity Mermaids refuses to let staff see report

Four friends are found guilty of kidnapping British ex-public schoolboy, 26, in Italy and chaining him to a stepladder in 6,000 ransom plot

Four friends who kidnapped British former public schoolboy Sam Demilecamps, 26, in Italy and held him chained to a stepladder in a bizarre 6,000 ransom plot have been found guilty.

Four friends found guilty of kidnapping British ex-public schoolboy

Another aide has quit Harry and Meghans Archewell organisation, report says

Rebecca Sananes (pictured) has quit as head of audio at Archewell after just 18 months in the role, according to the Daily Telegraph and US gossip website Page Six.

Another aide has quit Harry and Meghans Archewell organisation

Man, 28, tried to murder woman he met on a night out after beating and stamping on her, stripping her naked and dragging her into woods - before stealing her jewellery as a trophy, court hears

Matthew Stevens, 28, met the victim during a night out in Newcastle city centre  before they shared a taxi to his home in Brunswick Village in the early hours of March 11.

Man, 28, tried to murder woman he met on night out after beating her

John Barnes in bankruptcy threat over 300,000 unpaid tax bill

The former England and Liverpool wingers legal woes were revealed in a High Court hearing yesterday.

John Barnes bankruptcy threat over 300,000 unpaid tax bill

The RMT are ruining Christmas: MPs slam union baron Mick Lynch after he sparked further festive chaos by announcing MORE strikes from December 24 to 27

MPs have slammed RMT union baron Mick Lynch for ruining Christmas after he sparked further festive chaos by announcing more strikes from December 24 to 27, in new wave of walkouts (bottom right, a month of strikes) to cripple train services this winter. Former levelling-up secretary Simon Clarke called the decision dreadful, while Transport Secretary Mark Harper dubbed it disappointing. Union boss Mr Lynch (left) announced the additional dates this evening, and reaffirmed the strikes in January. I am sure the travelling public will be really disappointed and irritated and angry, Mr Lynch said at a press conference. But he added that there has been no improved offer presented to his union and that they have no choice as the current offer is extremely detrimental (top right, striking RMT members).

Fury at Sussexes Netflix claim of war on Meghan: Sources say its absolutely wrong to suggest Harry and his wife had been briefed against as bombshell new trailer is laced with race and hate slurs

Raheem Sterling wont return to Englands World Cup camp until his family is safe: Star insists he needs to be 100% sure before flying back to Qatar after raid on his 6m mansion saw him become FOURTH Chelsea player targeted by organised gang

Major incident declared as huge fire breaks out at derelict factories in Wolverhampton

Child transgender charity Mermaids refuses to let staff see report on ousted boss as there isnt a safe space to read it

Four friends are found guilty of kidnapping British ex-public schoolboy, 26, in Italy and chaining him to a stepladder in 6,000 ransom plot - but will be kept under house arrest rather than jailed as they appeal sentences

Another aide has quit Harry and Meghans Archewell organisation, report says

Man, 28, tried to murder woman he met on a night out after beating and stamping on her, stripping her naked and dragging her into woods - before stealing her jewellery as a trophy, court hears

John Barnes in bankruptcy threat over 300,000 unpaid tax bill

The RMT are ruining Christmas: MPs slam union baron Mick Lynch after he sparked further festive chaos by announcing MORE strikes from December 24 to 27

I was lucky: British photographer, 72, speaks of his relief after surviving shooting by masked gunmen in St Lucia that killed his estate manager friend

Doomsday prepper turned home into explosives factory, blew up 40 bombs in back garden and searched YouTube for guides on making flamethrowers, 3D-printed guns and a sodium bomb

Shane MacGowan is rushed to hospital: The Pogues singer, 64, is back under the care of doctors as his wife urges fans to send prayers and healing vibes

Multi-millionaire financier Crispin Odey, 63, faces fresh sex claims less than two years after he was cleared of indecent assault and told he could leave court with his good character intact as hedge bosses vow to take allegations extremely seriously

Struggling families may be unable to feed babies safely due to the soaring cost of infant formula - with the cheapest brand now 22% more expensive

Long Covid has hit 375,000 people who have now stopped looking for work, new figures reveal

I was lucky: British photographer, 72, speaks of his relief after surviving shooting by masked gunmen in St Lucia that killed his estate manager friend

Peter Jackson (pictured), 72, was injured in a shooting that killed his friend Donnie McKinnon in the town of Soufriere on the west coast of the Caribbean island on Saturday.

British photographer, 72, speaks of relief after surviving shooting

Doomsday prepper turned home into explosives factory, blew up 40 bombs in back garden and searched YouTube for guides on making flamethrowers, 3D-printed guns and a sodium bomb

Simon Pilgrim, 41, was arrested following a police raid of his home within a multi-occupancy in King Alfred Street, Derby, in December last year.

We briefly published an article which followed up on a story in the Daily Star Sunday suggesting that Vladimir Putin had called up an overweight and elderly general.

Shane MacGowan is rushed to hospital: The Pogues singer, 64, is back under the care of doctors as his wife urges fans to send prayers and healing vibes

The Fairytale of New York singer, who has used a wheelchair since he broke his pelvis in 2015, has been in and out of hospital for medical care in recent years. Taking to Twitter today, his wife Victoria May Clarke (pictured together left) shared a picture of Shane smiling and told fans he was back in hospital. She said: Please send prayers and healing vibes to @ShaneMacGowan in hospital again and really hoping to get out asap!! Thank you.

The Pogues Shane MacGowan, 64, is back in hospital

Multi-millionaire financier Crispin Odey, 63, faces fresh sex claims less than two years after he was cleared of indecent assault and told he could leave court with his good character intact as hedge bosses vow to take allegations extremely seriously

The claims against the 63-year-old - worth an estimated 823million - will be treated extremely seriously, the management of his hedge fund confirmed yesterday.

Crispin Odey faces fresh sex claims two years after he was cleared

Struggling families may be unable to feed babies safely due to the soaring cost of infant formula - with the cheapest brand now 22% more expensive

The cost of formula has soared over the last year, with the price of the cheapest brand increasing by 22 per cent, according to analysis by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS).

Families unable to feed babies safely due to soaring formula cost

Long Covid has hit 375,000 people who have now stopped looking for work, new figures reveal

The fresh Office for National Statistics figures provided the first statistical evidence that poor health prompted by the pandemic may be causing Britains labour market squeeze.

Long Covid hits 375,000 people who have now stopped looking for work

Extinction Rebellion activist weeps as she is warned she faces jail alongside six other women for causing 100,000 of damage by smashing Barclays HQ windows

Carol Wood cried as she was found guilty at Southwark Crown Court today of causing criminal damage over the incident on April 7 last year, when the seven XR activists smashed the windows of the banks Canary Wharf office. Wood, 53, Nicola Stickells, 52, Sophie Cowen, 31, Lucy Porter, 48, Gabriella Ditton, 28, Rosemary Webster, 64, and Zoe Cohen, 52, were found guilty by a jury on a majority of 11 to one after more than nine hours of deliberations. Prosecutor Diana Wilson said the women could receive sentences ranging from community orders to 18 months in prison.

Seven Extinction Rebellion activists guilty of causing 100k damage

Oxford University chief admits she paid for best education possible for her children at private school

The revelation from state-educated Professor Dame Louise Richardson, 64, comes amid the ongoing row about taxing fees.

State-educated Oxford University chief sent children to private school

Banks were banned from making credit checks on Covid loan applicants during pandemic, MPs hear

Bosses of major lenders said it was incredible they were not allowed to run usual credit or affordability checks on applicants to the Governments emergency Bounce Back Loan scheme.

Banks were banned from making checks on Covid loan applicants

Migrant who died after contracting diphtheria had been discharged from hospital, inquest hears

Husean Hseb, 31, said to be a Kurd, suffered multiple organ failure after he was returned to hospital on November 19 with a fever.

Migrant who died had been discharged from hospital, inquest hears

Charity boss Ngozi Fulani says she has suffered horrific abuse on social media after revealing she was asked where she really came from by Lady Susan Hussey at Buckingham Palace royal reception

Ngozi Fulani, the British-born founder of the charity Sistah Space, expressed shock at her treatment by Lady Susan Hussey, 83, following an event at Buckingham Palace last week. Lady Susan, who had served the late Queen for six decades, stepped down from her honorary role with immediate effect amid a furious outcry after Ms Fulani revealed she had asked: Where are you really from?. But Ms Fulani - whose charity represents Afro-Caribbean victims of domestic abuse - says her family has been under immense pressure since the exchange. In a statement issued on Monday, she said: The last week has been an extremely difficult time for us all at Sistah Space.

The Chancellors decision to scrap VAT-free shopping has driven visitors away, claimed Brian Duffy, chief executive of Watches of Switzerland.

Hunt has to bring back tourist tax cut because it drives visitors away

Father, 42, who lost all four limbs and had to undergo facial reconstruction due to Strep A warns parents to be vigilant after officials confirmed eight children have now died from the killer bug

Alex Lewis thought he had man flu back in 2013 but collapsed and was rushed to hospital where he was given just a three per cent chance of survival. He had contracted Strep A, followed by Septicaemia.

Dad who lost his limbs due to Strep A warns parents to be vigilant

British fashion industry pays tribute to the Queen: Brands including Burberry and Alexander McQueen take part in salute to the late monarch

The fashion industry has paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth in a special show at The Fashion Awards featuring British brands including Alexander McQueen, Burberry.

British fashion industry pays tribute to the Queen with show

Robbie Williams risks the wrath of his neighbour Jimmy Page by submitting plans to erect 2m fence... as seven-year house feud rumbles on

Robbie Williams is reportedly risking the wrath of his neighbour Jimmy Page by planning to erect a 2 million fence at his Holland Park mansion in London. The singer, 48, is said to have submitted an application to Kensington and Chelsea council to put up the wooden trellis on three sides of the property. In the document, it is claimed that one shortcoming of the property is that proper privacy is lacking, according to The Sun.

Robbie Williams risks wrath of neighbour Jimmy Page with 2m fence

Keir Starmer is slammed over plans to strip private schools of tax breaks while praising them for doing huge amount for the country

Sir Keir Starmer said independent schools added a huge amount to our country despite his plans to slap VAT on fees and scrap tax breaks.

Starmer slammed over plans to strip private schools of tax breaks

Matt Hancock launches his Pandemic Diaries: Former Health Secretary is all smiles as Gina Coladangelo joins him at book release at Londons Science Museum

Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, 44, was all smiles at the launch event for his book, Pandemic Diaries: The inside story of Britains battle against Covid, this evening.

Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock launches his Pandemic Diaries

The Disney Castle of the Highlands: Pink turreted 11-bed house set in 31 acres with its own LOCH hits the market for 1.5M

The 11-bedroom Scottish Baronial style-castle Druidsmere House has nine bathrooms and four reception rooms. The red sandstone castle in Perthshire, Scotland was designed by a golf fan.

Pink turreted 11-bed Scottish castle hits the market for 1.5M

Backlash against pavement parkers: Car vandals go on overnight wrecking spree by breaking windows and spray-painting MOVE on vehicles blocking path of prams and wheelchairs

Pictures reveal a chaotic scene in Leigh, Greater Manchester with car windows destroyed, tyres appearing to be slashed and the word MOVE spray painted on to the vehicles bonnets. At least three cars have been targeted by vandals overnight as an apparent parking row between residents turned ugly. The damaged vehicles include a Ford, Audi and Nissan, with their owners now forced to grapple with the prospect of forking out hundreds of pounds for repairs amid a cost-of-living crisis.

Pavement parkers spark vigilante fury as car windows are SMASHED

Faulty knee replacements were given to 10,000 patients... and 350 needed second operation within TEN YEARS, figures reveal

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency said it would issue a ban on the implant, in use since 2003.

Mother-of-two, 38, who set up a fake Facebook profile to out a teenage sex abuse victim after his paedophile attacker was jailed SOBBED in court as she was convicted of online trolling

Gemma Dunning, 38, from Widnest, Cheshire has been convicted of online trolling offences after she revealed the name of a 15-year-old sex abuse victim on Facebook when his attacker went to prison

Woman set up a fake Facebook profile to out teenage sex abuse victim

Head of police watchdog, 63, quit over claims he had sex with teenage girl aged 14 or 15: Police hand file to CPS over historical allegations facing IOPC chief that date back to the 1980s

Michael Lockwood, 63, sensationally quit his 190,000-a-year role at the Independent Office for Police Conduct last week after a criminal probe was launched into historic sex abuse claims.

Head of police complaints unit quits over historic underage sex claims

GP prescribed girl, 7, who died of Strep A STEROIDS instead of antibiotics as her father relives moment he tried to bring her back to life with CPR - as family doctors are ordered to dish out penicillin quickly to children battling slightest symptoms

A father has described the how a doctor gave his Strep A stricken daughter steroids the day she died as GPs are told to consider dishing out medication at the earliest symptoms. Seven-year-old Hanna Roap, (top right) died late last month from a Strep A infection which can normally be easily treated with antibiotics. It comes as the father of Camila Rose, four, (bottom right) who is now battling Strep A in hospital warned other parents to be vigilant for signs of the disease. Families across the country are mourning the deaths of seven children from the bug that causes tonsillitis and scarlet fever. Camilas father Dean Burns has not left her side since she was rushed to hospital last Sunday - 24 hours after she was sent away from A&E with an inhaler when doctors put her chest pains down to retching from repeatedly vomiting. Speaking this morning from Alder Hey, to warn other parents to be vigilant, he said: She is still fighting for her life. It has devastated her body. Mr Burns added: We cannot believe it has happened. The pain is unimaginable. She is so beautiful, so precious and just our special little girl. We just want out family back. He spoke out as seventh child has died from the winter bug - as parents were told to be to be extra vigilant if their children fall ill and GPs will lower the threshold for giving out antibiotics or sending poorly kids to hospital. But there are warnings that there is a shortage of amoxicillin - the antibiotic used to treat Strep A - with some pharmacies said to be running out due to supply chain issues.

GPs told dish out antibiotics to kids with any Strep A symptom quickly

Brace for the Troll from Trondheim: Met Office issues severe cold weather warning with SNOW heavy frost, ice and freezing -6C conditions expected to grip Britain from WEDNESDAY

Forecasters have now issued a level 3, or amber, cold weather alert warning of severe conditions across all of England between 6pm Wednesday and 9am on Monday December 12.

Met Office issues severe cold weather warning

Sainsburys vows to pump a further 50million into price-cutting push to help customers during the cost of living crisis

Simon Roberts, chief executive of the supermarket chain, said the company is doing everything we can to fight inflation. The retailers latest effort will take place by March next year.

Sainsburys do 50million price-cutting push for cost of living crisis

Soldier, 22, is sacked from the Army after sexually assaulting a teenage colleague in a nightclub

Lance Corporal Storm Elliott, who was in training to be a Royal Military Police officer, had been found guilty of twice touching the female soldier inappropriately during a night out clubbing.

Soldier sacked from Army after sexually assaulting a colleague

British pensioner, 75, is escorted from Cyprus court as his sentencing for killing his terminally ill wife who begged him to help her die is adjourned

David Hunter, 75, and originally from Northumberland, is accused of killing wife Janice at their retirement home in Paphos, Cyprus, on December 5 last year.

British pensioner has sentence for killing wife in Cyprus postponed

Teenager, 16, stabbed 15-year-old schoolboy to death in revenge killing with a knife and an umbrella stem is locked up for 10 years

Tamim Ian Habimana,15, (left) died from a single stab wound to the heart after he was attacked on his way home from school in Woolwich, southeast London, on July 5 last year. A teenager who took part in the revenge killing of a 15-year-old schoolboy has been locked up for 10 years. The 16-year-old was cleared of murder but convicted of manslaughter and wounding the other boy. The other boys, aged 14 and 16 at the time, were cleared of murder, manslaughter and attempted murder. The older boy, now 17, was convicted of having an offensive weapon and conspiracy to commit violent disorder. The younger boy, now 15, was convicted of wounding the second victim, possession of an offensive weapon and conspiracy to commit violent disorder. Tamims mother (right), said that her agony is unspeakable following the death of her son.

Teenager who stabbed a schoolboy to death is locked up for 10 years

I dont think well see him again: Matt Hancock reveals doctors harrowing words as he put Covid patient on a ventilator during night shift at the height of the pandemic

EXCLUSIVE: Former health secretary Matt Hancock has revealed the harrowing moment a Covid patient was put on a ventilator as a doctor said: I dont think well see him again.

Matt Hancock recalls watching Covid patient be put on a ventilator

Boris Johnson practically had smoke coming out of his ears: Matt Hancock reveals PMs fury after extraordinary row over Pfizer bosses attempts to divert vaccines to the EU

EXCLUSIVE: In his pandemic diaries, the former health secretary records the EUs desperate attempt to institute an export ban before a humiliating U-turn two days later.

Boris Johnson had extraordinary row with EU bosses over Pfizer jab

Baroness Betty Boothroyd and Sir Geoffrey Boycott called Matt Hancock to demand Covid jabs... then slammed No10s handling of pandemic, claims ex-Health Secretary

EXCLUSIVE: Two weeks after the jab was signed off in December 2020, former Commons speaker Baroness Boothroyd called Matt Hancocks office to ask if theres any way she can get her jab soon.

Matt Hancock recounts vaccine row with Sir Geoffrey Boycott in diaries

GONE IN 60 seconds: Moment thieves steal 700,000 worth of luxury cars - including 89,800 Porsche 911 and 150,000 Mercedes Maybach - during 4.45am raid on industrial unit

The footage shows five flashy cars being driven out a lot in the middle of the night in Essex. On November, 11, 2022, around 4.45am the thieves made their way into an industrial unit on Brentwood Road in Bulphan. One car was recovered by Essex police but the other four vehicles are missing.

Thieves steal five luxury cars worth 700,000 from Essex unit

Labour WILL abolish the indefensible House of Lords but when? Keir Starmer risks clash with Gordon Brown as he desperately dodges pledging to scrap upper Chamber in first five years after winning power

Keir Starmer agreed with the former PM - who has written a report on reforming democracy and devolution for the party - that the upper chamber is indefensible.

Keir Starmer dodges saying when he would abolish House of Lords

Widow, 83, is fighting for life after being mauled by dog which had been brought into her grandsons dog-walking business as two men, 20 and 31, and woman, 28, are arrested

Grandmother Shirley Patrick, 83, suffered life-threatening injuries in the attack just half a mile from a house where a ten-year-old boy was killed by another dog just a year ago.

Widow fighting for life after being mauled by dog brought into home

Rugby referee, 20, is cleared of twice raping young woman in the grounds of Cardiff Castle after CCTV showed her kiss him following the alleged attack

Amateur rugby referee Simeon Greenaway-Robbins, 20, has been found not guilty of raping a teenager at a park in the grounds of Cardiff Castle on November 10, 2020.

Man, 20, cleared of raping young woman in grounds of Cardiff Castle

National Museum of Scotland agrees to return 1855 wooden totem pole to indigenous people of British Columbia due to the difficult legacies of Britains colonial past

A hand-carved wooden totem pole taken from an indigenous Canadian community nearly a century ago is to be returned, the National Museum of Scotland has announced. The decision to return the House of Niisjoohl Memorial Pole was announced by museum directors who said the difficult legacies associated with its display had forced them to reconsider its future. Plans are under way to send back the totem pole to the Nisgaa in British Columbia after a delegation requested its repatriation in August. It comes amid growing calls for cultural restitution which encourages historic or cultural artefacts to be returned to their country of origin after being seized, looted or acquired against the will of its owners.

Museum of Scotland to return totem pole to indigenous Canadian people

Which?: Aldi is crowned Britains CHEAPEST supermarket: Budget retailer beats rivals in cost-of-living price war with basket of 48 items coming to 77.21 compared to Waitrose at 104.11

Aldi has been crowned the UKs cheapest supermarket in November with shoppers saving almost 27 on a basket of items as the cost of living becomes almost impossible.

Aldi crowned Britains cheapest supermarket with basket of 48 items

Rishi Sunak distances himself from hardline immigration report supported by Home Secretary Suella Braverman that recommends BANNING people arriving from safe countries like Albania from EVER claiming asylum to settle in Britain

Suella Braverman penned the foreword to a report by the Centre for Policy Studies think-tank which called for new laws barring migrants who enter illegally from ever settling in the UK.

Sunak distances himself from immigration plan backed by Home Secretary

Going into GOBLIN MODE: Phrase used for being unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy, slovenly, and greedy is named Oxford word of the year 2022

Oxford Dictionaries announced today that Goblin Mode - a phrase linked to celebrities Elon Musk (pictured) and Julia Fox - has been selected in an online vote as the word of 2022.

Oxford Dictionaries names goblin mode its word of the year

Boy, four, was killed instantly when a concrete post collapsed on top of him after his university professor mother brought him and his friend home from football training, inquest hears

Leopold Mercer (left) was swinging on an iron gate in his garden with a friend after football training when tragedy struck at their home in Hanbury, Worcestershire on September 18. His parents, university professors Eva Frickel (top right) and Jason Mercer (bottom right), heard the other child scream Leo and they instantly knew something was wrong, the coroners court was told. West Midlands Ambulance Service paramedics and Midlands Air Ambulance doctors continued CPR, but with no response after 42 minutes, Leopold was declared dead at the scene.

Boy, four, killed instantly after concrete post fell on his head

Diabolical a newly-qualified nurse was in charge: Coroner says understaffed wards to blame for the death of retired doctor, 84

Dr David Gordon-Nesbitt (pictured with his daughter), 84, died on a Saturday night after suffocating while in Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital in Maidston.

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