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Omer Muhammad, 34, was in France posing for photos by the Eiffel Tower just before he was seen crossing the English Channel in a small boat packed with migrants. Footage posted on social media now shows Mr Muhammad grinning as he sprays a wad of cash in his free hotel in Derby. The video, originally posted on Mr Muhammad's TikTok account, is accompanied by rap music and shows the migrant throwing the money on the floor, sitting in it and dancing. Another clip filmed by Mr Muhammad showed a Border Force cutter arriving to rescue migrants and take them to the UK.

Teenagers and young people in their 20s, 30s and 40s in the U.K. are dying from rapidly metastasizing and terminal cancers at an unprecedented rate since mass COVID-19 vaccination began, according to a new analysis by Edward Dowd.

The county's emergency services are engaged in a multi-agency response as heavy snow wreaks havoc on their road service - with vehicles stuck in the south of the Lake District.

Julie Coldwell, who lives in the lakes, says more than 100 cars have been ditched near Windermere as she posted on social media that 'It's awful here'.

It comes as temperatures could drop to minus 12C overnight, as forecasters warned that 10-15cm of snow is possible in some areas on Saturday.

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Period product company Hey Girls has been slammed for peddling 'confusing' and 'harmful' claims in a booklet for pre-pubescent schoolgirls who are about to get their period.

Hey Girls claims 'not all women have periods and some men have periods' and that it's 'better to use the phrase ''people who have periods''' when talking about menstruation.

Britain will be down to its last coal-fired energy plant this winter after Drax scrapped a proposal to bring two coal-fired units at its vast power plant in North Yorkshire out of retirement to help guard against power cuts.

The Live Demand Flexibility Service will run a second session today between 4.30pm and 6pm in which Britons are offered money as an incentive to cut down their energy consumption. It is expected that electricity supply margins will narrower than usual this evening.

Energy suppliers registered with the scheme will get a guaranteed minimum price of £3 per kilowatt hour (kWh), which will then be passed onto customers.