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Hero father restrains 'terrorist' who stripped to her underwear and tried to storm plane cockpit
(August 14 08:44) Dailymail.co.uk
Phillip O'Brien, 35, was a passenger on the Jet2 flight from Lanarca, Cyprus to Manchester on Tuesday 9 August when a woman, in her 30s, caused the panicked scene shortly after take-off.
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Australia's 'Mr Universe' Calum von Moger slashed a man's tyres in Melbourne road rage attack
An Australian bodybuilder and former Mr Universe was 'scared' for his own safety when he pulled out a knife and slashed the tyres of a stranger he had just rear-ended ...
Average gas prices could rise further as OPEC mulls making its biggest reduction in supply
The already pricey cost of gas could rise even further as OPEC+ considers cutting output by more than 1 million barrels a day for its biggest reduction since the pandemic.
NSW Government used 'behavioural insights unit' to guide people's behaviour during Covid
The 'Behavioural Insights Unit' operated as part of the Department of Customer Service and was made up of 14 people that gave advice to the state government.
Electric car Australia: EV replacement batteries costing up large sums: Tesla, Nissan, Lexus
Batteries for electric cars in Australia cost more than half the amount of the car - with manufacturers revealing the eyewatering cost of replacements.
British teenager dies just days before 15th birthday in Portugal holiday tragedy
Jack Pollock, from Edinburgh, died suddenly in Portugal on Thursday while away with hit mother Johan and his younger brother.
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Nine in ten teachers could back strike action before Christmas shutting schools down across England
Figures from the largest education union, the National Education Union, show that hundreds of thousands of teachers could join rail and postal workers causing disruption across the country.
(October 02 16:44) Dailymail.co.uk
London Marathon gets underway with poignant tribute to the Queen as 40,000 runners hit the streets
There was a moving rendition of the national anthem at the start line in Greenwich Park this morning, before 42,000 elite and amateur runners began the gruelling 26.2-mile course.
(October 02 17:00) Dailymail.co.uk
Five east London taxi drivers 'involved in people smuggling operation' appear in court
The charges follow a National Crime Agency (NCA) probe, code-named Operation Symbolry, into a London-based gang involved in smuggling migrants in and out of the UK using lorries.
(October 02 22:14) Dailymail.co.uk
Hillary Clinton is 'dusting off Bill's playbook' to run in 2024, her husband's ex-adviser says
'Hillary is just dusting off Bill's playbook that I wrote for him and applying it herself this year,' Dick Morris told radio host John Catsimatidis of Cat's Roundtable on WABC.
(October 02 22:54) Dailymail.co.uk
Two people are shot at social club in Belfast as police are scrambled to the scene
Police in Northern Ireland are at the scene of a shooting incident in west Belfast. It happened in the Suffolk Road area on Sunday afternoon.
(October 02 22:53) Dailymail.co.uk
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