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The first pictures of Britain’s new “mega prison” cells with no BARS on the windows have been revealed. The photos show a light and airy double room and single room at Her Majesty’s Prison Five Wells, with brightly coloured walls and unobstructed views over the beautiful River Nene and a fishing lake
Prison With No Bars
First Amputee Miss World Qualifier
A woman who lost her leg to cancer has become the first amputee to compete in a Miss World qualifier – as the famous beauty pageant celebrates its 70th anniversary this year.

Blonde beauty Bernadette Hagans who had her leg amputated just above the knee two-and-a-half years ago to save her life, has remarkably won a place in the final of Miss Northern Ireland.

The 25-year-old had the life-changing surgery following a diagnosis of synovial sarcoma - an aggressive cancer which targets joints and tendons.

She has now become the first amputee in the world to take part in a qualifier for the oldest-running beauty pageant, which was started in 1951.
The Queen has applied to have a massive 111 healthy trees chopped down on the Royal Sandringham Estate in Norfolk so she can create a visitor’s car park the size of THREE football pitches - just days before her “Plant a Tree for the Jubilee” scheme launches on Monday (May 24).

Her Majesty wants to have over 100 trees removed, including mature sycamores, Norway maples, beech and Scots pine, some of which are more than 100 years old, so she can expand the west car park at her country estate.
Queen Chops Down Trees
Remarkable Models
Five youngsters with disabilities and alternative appearances have been hired as high street fashion store Primark’s latest models.

The youngsters, aged between four and 23, who have a range of disabilities including Down’s Syndrome, vitiligo and albinism, star in the store’s front windows and on its website.

They are helping to promote the chain’s new Spring and Summer campaign, thanks to Zebedee Management, which specialises in working with clients with disabilities and alternative appearances.
Colin Furze left his job as a plumber 10 YEARS AGO and is now a world-famous YouTuber with a Diamond play button and 11 million followers.

Over the last decade he has broken six WORLD RECORDS, amassed more than one billion views on his YouTube site and is the 30th most subscribed to channel in the UK.

Colin, 41, has become renowned for his wacky inventions, which he builds at his home in Lincolnshire and include a driveable hot tub car, underground beach hut and an ejector bed.
Colin’s 10 Years Of Inventions
Queen Launches First Beer
The Queen has launched her first BEER made with plants grown on her Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

Her Majesty has moved into home brewing with two new bitters produced using organic Laureate Spring Barley harvested from her gardens and crystal clear water drawn from a nearby bore hole.

Sandringham Best Bitter is priced at £3.99 for a 500ml bottle and is made locally by Barsham Brewery in North Norfolk.
An inventor has collaborated with BBC’s Top Gear to build a BUDGET Bond car, complete with FLAME throwers and an internal INVISIBILITY system.

YouTuber Colin Furze made the impressive car for the TV motor show in five weeks on a budget of just £7,000. Colin, from Lincolnshire, bought the 2000 BMW Z3 second hand for £4,000, then added his own unique modifications to turn it into a car fit for 007.
Budget Bond Car With Flamethrowers
Boat Race Spectators Face Fine
Spectators could be fined £200 if they try to watch the world-famous Boat Race from the riverbank in Ely.

Notices have been put up on routes around the River Great Ouse, warning people to keep away from footpaths along the river when the race takes place.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, the renowned race between rowers at Oxford and Cambridge Universities will be held behind closed doors this year.
It looks like a scene from a fairytale, but these THREE rare WHITE stags have been spotted roaming fields and woods in the WILD in Hertfordshire.

The ghostly white fallow deer, which look as though they have stepped from the pages of a fantasy book, were seen grazing among woodlands.

The enchanting white creatures are rarely seen in the wild because they are easy targets for predators and hunters wanting unique trophies.
Rare White Stags Spotted
Prison With No Bars
The first pictures of Britain’s new “mega prison” cells with no BARS on the windows have been revealed.
First Amputee Miss World Qualifier
A woman who lost her leg to cancer has become the first amputee to compete in a Miss World qualifier – as the famous beauty pageant celebrates its 70th anniversary this year.

Blonde beauty Bernadette Hagans who had her leg amputated just above the knee two-and-a-half years ago to save her life, has remarkably won a place in the final of Miss Northern Ireland.
Queen Chops Down Trees
The Queen has applied to have a massive 111 healthy trees chopped down on the Royal Sandringham Estate in Norfolk so she can create a visitor’s car park the size of THREE football pitches.
Remarkable Models
Five youngsters with disabilities and alternative appearances have been hired as high street fashion store Primark’s latest models.
The youngsters, aged between four and 23, who have a range of disabilities including Down’s Syndrome, vitiligo and albinism, star in the store’s front windows and on its website.
Colin’s 10 Years Of Inventions
Colin Furze left his job as a plumber 10 YEARS AGO and is now a world-famous YouTuber with a Diamond play button and 11 million followers.
Over the last decade he has broken six WORLD RECORDS, amassed more than one billion views on his YouTube site and is the 30th most subscribed to channel in the UK.
Queen Launches First Beer
The Queen has launched her first BEER made with plants grown on her Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

Her Majesty has moved into home brewing with two new bitters produced using organic Laureate Spring Barley harvested from her gardens and crystal clear water drawn from a nearby bore hole.
Boat Race Spectators Face Fine
Spectators could be fined £200 if they try to watch the world-famous Boat Race from the riverbank in Ely.
Rare White Stags Spotted
It looks like a scene from a fairytale, but these THREE rare WHITE stags have been spotted roaming fields and woods in the WILD in Hertfordshire.