Notorious criminal Charles Bronson has rejected claims he tried to bite off a prison governor’s nose

CHARLES Bronson yesterday rejected claims he tried to bite off a prison governor’s nose, telling a court: “I’m a vegetarian.” Bronson, 65, attacked Mark Docherty after he banned him from keeping snaps of his wedding to ex-Corrie actress Paula Williamson, a jury heard. Enterprise News and Pictures Charles Bronson is accused of attempting to bite a prison governor’s nose off Wakefield jail boss Mr Docherty said Bronson went for him, yelling: “I’ll bite your f*****g nose off” before being dragged off by prison guards. Bronson, who uses the name Charles…

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Idris Elba fans mock £850 ‘lookalike’ doll claiming it looks nothing like the Luther star

A ‘LOOKALIKE’ doll based on Idris Elba has left movie fans in tears of laughter after claims it looks nothing like the Hollywood star. The muscly doll dressed in a suave suit has a £850 price tag and was widely mocked for its “evil” eyes and bald head. This Idris Elba doll has been widely mocked online by fans who claim it looks nothing like the Luther star Stunned fans said the attempt at mirroring the Luther actor was as bad as the Cristiano Ronaldo bust at Madeira Airport, which…

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Photograph of Prince Louis reveals he looks just like the Duchess of Cambridge when she was a baby 

With his distinctive dark hair and ‘Middleton eyes’, Prince Louis is the spitting image of his mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, when she was a baby. Even his ‘short back and sides’ hairstyle seems to match his mother’s when she was photographed (below, left) in her pram in 1982 before her first birthday. Little has been heard about Louis, now six months old, since he was born in late April, although Prince William has said he is a good sleeper who is adored by his big brother and sister. Kate…

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Fulham fan becomes first female Premier League chief as clubs asked to stump up £5m for old boss

Animal Planet TV boss Susanna Dinnage is going to replace outgoing Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore. Dinnage has previously been global president of Animal Planet and Discovery Networks UK and Ireland. The news comes as England’s top-flight clubs have been asked to stump up £250,000 by Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck from Chelsea for a £5million golden handshake for Scudamore, 59. Susanna Dinnage of Discovery is to be the new Premier League chief executive Scudamore announced in June that he is stepping down as executive chairman Dinnage has previously been global president…

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Four troops from the same Army regiment have been sacked over failed drugs test

FOUR soldiers from the same Army regiment were all sacked for failing compulsory drugs tests in the same week. Officials refused to reveal the ranks or identities of the troops from the 12th Regiment Royal Artillery, who were based at Baker Barracks on Thorney Island, Hants. Wikipedia Baker Barracks, which provides air defence for deployed military units ‘SOMEBODY GETTING FIRED’ Fans mock £850 Idris Elba doll claiming it looks nothing like him ‘KILLER’S’ GAY AFFAIR Man accused of murdering wife ‘had been using gay dating app Grindr’ Revealed 70 AT…

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Man accused of murdering wife ‘had been meeting up with men from gay dating app Grindr’

A PHARMACIST accused of murdering his wife had been cheating on her with men he met on gay dating app Grindr, a court heard yesterday. Mitesh Patel, 37, had been unfaithful to wife Jessica, 34, throughout their marriage before allegedly killing her at the marital home. Mr Patel had cheated on his wife Jessica with men he met online before allegedly killing her at their house The people he cheated on her with included blokes he met for sexual intercourse on the internet, it was said. The couple married after…

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James Bulger’s father: ‘Thompson and Venables have been REWARDED for murdering my baby son’

The father of James Bulger last night reacted with fury after one of the toddler’s killers admitted he had enjoyed a ‘better life’ as a result of being locked up for a crime which shocked the nation. Robert Thompson also said he had benefited from ‘a better education’ during eight years in a secure unit after he and Jon Venables were convicted of murdering the two-year-old, a documentary tonight reveals. When the ten-year-olds abducted and killed James in Bootle, Merseyside, in February 1993, serial truant Thompson was by his own…

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Our inspirational readers celebrating their 70th birthday alongside Prince Charles over tea

THE Prince of Wales turns 70 today – and to mark the occasion he will celebrate alongside inspirational Sun readers also reaching this landmark birthday. From fundraisers to football coaches, we are honouring Britain’s most deserving people at this birthday party like no other. Rex Features As Prince Charles turns 70, The Sun is marking the occasion in a very special way We asked for nominees who have brightened up the lives of others and who, like Prince Charles, were born in 1948. Today the super 70 – including Age…

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‘Look after my family’: Last words of British father, 58, killed by rabies

Omar Zouhri (pictured) a 58-year-old kebab shop worker, was bitten by a cat while visiting family in Mehdya two weeks ago A father pleaded with relatives to look after his family as he died in agony after NHS staff told him to use anti-itch cream for pain later found to be caused by rabies. British tourist Omar Zouhri died following weeks of begging for help after he contracted the disease in Mehdya. The 58-year-old told A&E staff at Stoke Mandeville Hospital that a boy had died in Morocco after being…

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TOM WATSON: How a cynical food industry costs the NHS billions

The enticingly named milkshakes available from many High Street food outlets are bad for us — full of sugar and calories we’d be better off avoiding. We all know that. But when I read yesterday that some of them can contain up to 39 teaspoons of sugar, I really was astonished. That’s the equivalent of nearly 15 Kit Kats in one glass, a level the campaign group Action On Sugar describes as ‘grotesque’, given that it is more than six times the recommended daily intake of sugar for a ten-year-old.…

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