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  • Brexit news latest: David Davis says government may have 'legal strategy' to avoid EU extension beyond October 31

    Former Brexit secretary and Boris Johnson backer David Davis has said the government may have a “legal strategy” to avoid extending Britain’s EU membership beyond October 31 - before saying he has “no idea what it is”.The Brexiteer suggested the government may be able to fight the so-called Benn Act to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

  • Kate Middleton and Prince William's message to Prince Harry on his birthday gets fans talking about their relationship

    On Sunday, Prince Harry turned 35, and many members of the royal family chose to pay tribute to him on his special day. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose a very sweet photo of Harry with his older brother which had been taken on his wedding day in May 2018, which they shared with fans on their Instagram account, Kensington Royal. Alongside the picture, William and Kate wrote: "Wishing a very happy birthday to The Duke of Sussex today!" which was accompanied by a birthday cake emoji. Fans adored the message and many commented on the royal brothers' bond. One wrote: "Diana would be so proud of her Princes, so nice to see the love," while another wrote: "The bond between the brothers is one of a kind." A third added: "Gorgeous photograph, best wishes for Prince Harry on his birthday."Prince William and Kate wished Prince Harry happy birthday as he turned 35 on SundayThe Queen and Prince Philip also wished Harry many happy returns on their own social media page, The Royal Family. The proud grandparents chose a sweet picture of the monarch beaming with joy while chatting to her grandson, and wrote in the caption: "Happy Birthday to The Duke of Sussex - 35 today!" Prince Charles shared photos on the Clarence House Instagram page of himself with Harry, and wrote: "Wishing a very Happy Birthday to The Duke of Sussex who turns 35 today!" The Duchess of Sussex was also the first to pay tribute to Harry on social media, choosing to share a selection of pictures of her husband from over the years, which was accompanied by a personal message. Among the images was a never-before-seen photo of the couple with their baby son Archie, which had been taken on his christening day in July. Meghan wrote: "Your service to the causes you care so deeply for inspires me every day. You are the best husband and most amazing dad to our son. We love you. Happiest birthday!”MORE: Prince Harry gives update on how baby Archie is doingPrinces William and Harry with Kate Middleton and Meghan MarkleHarry's birthday plans have been kept private although Meghan is sure to have planned something nice for him. This is also Harry's first birthday as a dad, making it even more special. It is likely that they will be spending the day in Windsor, having moved to their new home Frogmore Cottage earlier in the year, just before the arrival of their son. Harry and Meghan are also no doubt enjoying some time relaxing ahead of their busy tour, which kicks off at the end of the month. They will be taking Archie with them as they travel around South Africa.READ: A glimpse into Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's home in WindsorAt the beginning of the month, Harry shared a personal message on the couple's official Instagram account. He wrote: "In just a few weeks our family will be taking its first official tour to Africa, a region of the world that over the past two decades has been a second home to me. Our team has helped create a meaningful programme that we’re so excited to share with you. On a personal note, I can't wait to introduce my wife and son to South Africa! We’ll see all of you very soon.' - The Duke."Make sure you never miss a ROYAL story! Sign up to our newsletter to get all of our celebrity, royal and lifestyle news delivered directly to your inbox.

  • Thugs who dangled homeless woman from a 60 ft balcony jailed for twelve years

    Two men who dangled a homeless woman from a fifth floor balcony after a drug-fuelled group sex session have been jailed for a total of twelve years.

  • Victoria Beckham's daughter Harper steals the show at her mum's London Fashion Week show

    Victoria Beckham showcased her SS20 collection on Sunday during London Fashion Week, and as ever her family stepped out to support her. Sitting on the front row and beaming with pride were David Beckham and their four children, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper - who looked more grown-up than ever! The eight-year-old looked adorable dressed in a floral print dress, and wore her hair up in a bun as she sat next to American Vogue editor Anna Wintour. Harper has been showing a flair for fashion from a young age, and attended her first fashion show aged just four, where she sat on the FROW in New York to watch Victoria's show while they were living out in the States. Just before the show started, Victoria shared a sweet photo of herself with Harper on Instagram, and wrote next to it: "My number one guest."Harper Beckham looked adorable in a floral dress at Victoria's fashion showFor next season, Victoria wanted to create clothes that would be easy to wear by women on a day-to-day basis. Ahead of the show, she said: "Lightness, easiness, freedom. Those are the ideas I was thinking of for VBSS20. It’s about dynamic women today, women in motion. Controlled and free, living life, reality and believability. There is always a duality in women, moving between different ideas, different moods. I want clothes that move with a woman, that move with her life."MORE: The Queen steps out in Balmoral with Prince Andrew and Prince CharlesVictoria couldn't have been happier that her daughter was at her showIn 2017, Victoria was honoured an OBE for her services to the fashion industry, being handed the accolade by Prince William during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. After the ceremony, where she was joined by husband David Beckham and her parents, Jackie and Tony Adams, she said: "It was an absolute pleasure to be at Buckingham Palace today. I'm proud to be British, honoured and humbled to receive my OBE from the Duke of Cambridge. If you dream big and work hard you can accomplish great things. I'm so happy to share this very special occasion with my parents and husband; without their love and support, none of this would be possible."READ: Kate Middleton and Prince William show support for Gareth Thomas after he reveals HIV diagnosisVictoria's fashion empire also boasts a secondary diffusion line Victoria, Victoria Beckham. Famous fans of her label include her close friend Eva Longoria and fellow A-listers Gwyneth Paltrow, Sienna Miller and Blake Lively, as well as The Voice UK host Emma Willis - who more often than not is seen rocking a VB trouser suit on the days she presents live TV.It's been an incredibly busy time for Victoria, who launched her first beauty line on Saturday. It features a smoky eye collection, including a Royal shade that Victoria wore to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding last May. There is also a sparkly Lid Lustre which sells for just £28 and is inspired by Victoria's love of crystals. The ex-Spice Girl let her fans know that the exciting new collection would be launching on 14 September in an Instagram post, writing: "I have been talking about this for a long long time but it is finally happening!!! Head over to @victoriabeckhambeauty, so much exciting news to share with you xxx Kisses VB."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.

  • David Walliams reveals the one act he regrets using golden buzzer for in BGT

    The act was unpopular with the other judges and viewers, but Walliams blamed a 'moment of madness'.

  • Hundreds march in central London to demand rights for transexual people

    Hundreds of demonstrators marched through central London on Saturday to call for greater rights for transexual people. Activists were calling for, among other things, better health care for trans people and a crackdown on transphobic hate crimes. A third of transgender people report being discriminated against in public in the last year because of their identity, according to a Stonewall survey.

  • Tories extend poll lead to 12% despite week of political chaos

    Boris Johnson also has a far higher net approval rating for his handling of Brexit than Jeremy Corbyn. The Conservatives have pushed further ahead of Labour in the latest Opinium/Observer poll - despite yet another turbulent week for Boris Johnson. The latest poll shows the Tories on 37%, up two since last week, while Labour is unchanged on 25%. The Liberal Democrats whose conference opens this weekend in Bournemouth are on 16% (down one), and the Brexit party is also unchanged on 13%. The polling - conducted after Johnson shut down parliament for five weeks last Tuesday, and Scottish judges subsequently ruled his action to have been unlawful - shows the Conservatives are continuing to consolidate their support among leave voters. Among this group, 55% said they would now vote Conservative in a general election, the highest figure since February. Almost a fifth (19%) of Labour leave voters are now intending to vote Conservative, suggesting views on Brexit are determining voters’ choice more than traditional party loyalties. The poll suggests many voters are unclear about Labour’s Brexit stance while the Liberal Democrats are seen as having an unambiguous policy. Despite losing six consecutive votes in the Commons in the past fortnight Johnson has a far higher net approval rating for his handling of Brexit than Jeremy Corbyn. While 37% approve of the prime minister’s handling of Brexit against 43% who disapprove, only 17% approve of Corbyn’s handling of the issue, against 60% who disapprove. Asked for their view about whether Johnson had been right to suspend parliament for five weeks, voters were split. Some 34% said they supported the prime minister’s move, while 35% opposed it. Adam Drummond, head of political polling at Opinium, said despite the judgement from Scottish judges which suggested Boris Johnson had misled the Queen over prorogation, the effect on his reputation among voters appeared to have been minimal. “The Tories’ mission to mop up the leave vote at a faster rate than they lose liberal remain-leaning voters is continuing to show dividends with the largest lead over Labour since the 2017 election,” he said. Among Brexit party voters, he said approval of Boris Johnson was far higher than Jeremy Corbyn at 71% compared with 2%. While among Liberal Democrat voters, approval of the Labour leader was only marginally better than the prime minister at 13% compared with 6%.