Revealed: Northern Irish driver, 25, who calls truck The Polar Express arrested for murder after 39 bodies – including one teen – are found in refrigerated lorry container in Essex in one of Britains biggest-ever mass killings

Mo Robinson, 25, is at the centre of one of Britains biggest ever murder investigations after an ambulance crew discovered the bodies in his trailer after he pulled up near the Dartford Crossing in Essex. Robinson, who is from a small village near Portadown, Northern Ireland, regularly posts about the Bulgarian-registered Scania truck on his Instagram and Facebook pages, referring to it as the Scandinavian Express and the Polar Express. Social media posts suggest Robinson makes frequent trips to Denmark and Sweden, which would require driving through Britain.

Furious Boris Johnson says Britain must now wait and see what the EU will decide on OUR behalf after Labour and Tory rebels voted down his Brexit deal timetable – as Jeremy Corbyn says he WILL back an election IF bloc leaders agree delay

Furious Boris Johnson today accused Jeremy Corbyn of frustrating Brexit and accused MPs of handing control to Brussels after his efforts to get a deal through were thwarted. The premier vented his anger at a stormy PMQs session after his plans were dramatically derailed when the Commons blocked his 72-hour schedule for forcing through the legislation. The move put Brussels in charge of Britains fate, with the blocs leaders now mulling whether to offer a short or a long extension. It also killed Mr Johnsons hopes of meeting his do or die date of October 31 – and fuelled speculation of an election within weeks. The premier told MPs that as a result of their decision last night: We now have to see wait our EU friends will decide on our behalf. In a vicious attack on Mr Corbyn, he said: I am afraid he has no other purpose in seeking to frustrate Brexit than to cause a second referendum. He added: I must say I find it peculiar that he now wants this Bill back because he voted against it last night and he whipped his entire Labour party against it. A private meeting with Mr Corbyn this morning failed to agree a timetable that could revive the governments Brexit Bill.

Boris Johnson accuses Jeremy Corbyn of frustrating Brexit

Stunning time-lapse photo of Earths lights from space

Nigel Farage predicts the EU will offer a Brexit delay until at least the end of January next year in order to allow the UK to have a general election or a second referendum

Nigel Farage today predicted the UK could remain trapped in the EU until long after January next year as the bloc weighs up how long to delay Brexit.

Nigel Farage predicts Brexit delay to at least end of January

Richard Bacon, 43, fears hes still addicted to alcohol as he opens up about ongoing battle and dangerous periods of his life when he would go missing and leave his wife frightened

The TV presenter, who was sacked from Blue Peter over his cocaine use, said he has been through dangerous periods and continues to drink.

Richard Bacon, 43, admits hes still addicted to alcohol

Sun, Sea and Spamming: Dunkirk veteran Bernard Bannon, 98, lost thousands to a cynical junk mail scheme. So we tracked down the firm behind it to a Cote dAzur HQ and confronted the owner

Dunkirk veteran Bernard Bannon lost 70,000 to ruthless post scammers before he died aged 98. He was bombarded with misleading letters suggesting hed won thousands of pounds.

Dunkirk veteran lost thousands to junk mail scheme – we investigate

One of Britains most wanted men Shane OBrien who went on the run for nearly four years – and even covered up his childrens names on a tattoo – after slashing pub-goers neck is jailed for at least 26 years for grotesque murder

One of Britains most wanted fugitives finally faced justice for murder today as he was jailed for at least 26 years after a three-and-a-half year international manhunt. Shane OBrien (bottom right), 31, slashed the neck of Josh Hanson (bottom left), 21, in an act of pitiless savagery (bottom centre) at a bar in Hillingdon, West London, before fleeing the UK in a private plane. The father-of-two used false travel documents to evade police until he was arrested in Romania over the grotesque murder and brought back to Britain in April. Detectives had put up a 50,000 reward for information leading to his arrest as OBrien changed his appearance by growing a beard and getting a huge tattoo of a skull and an owl on his back (right) to cover his daughters name. Also pictured (left): The family of Josh Hanson, mother Tracey Hanson (centre), and sister Brooke, outside the Old Bailey in London today.

Horrified police officers bow their heads as lorry carrying the dead bodies of THIRTY-NINE migrants is driven away from spot where they were found – after Northern Irish driver, 25, who picked up container at Essex port is arrested for mass murder

Furious Boris Johnson says Britain must now wait and see what the EU will decide on OUR behalf after Labour and Tory rebels voted down his Brexit deal timetable – as Jeremy Corbyn says he WILL back an election IF bloc leaders agree delay

Nigel Farage predicts the EU will offer a Brexit delay until at least the end of January next year in order to allow the UK to have a general election or a second referendum

Richard Bacon, 43, admits I think Im an addict as he opens up about battle with alcohol and dangerous periods of his life when he would go missing and leave his wife frightened

Sun, sea and… spamming: Dunkirk veteran Bernard Bannon, 98, lost thousands to a cynical junk mail scheme. So we tracked down the firm behind it to a Cote dAzur HQ and confronted the owner

One of Britains most wanted men Shane OBrien who went on the run for nearly four years – and even covered up his childrens names on a tattoo – after slashing pub-goers neck is jailed for at least 26 years for grotesque murder

First drug that can SLOW Alzheimers is ready to bring to market after promising trials, company claims

Breast cancer patient claims thermal imaging camera at Edinburgh museum led to her diagnosis after it revealed an abnormal hot spot on her chest

Meghan Markle puts brave face on at first public appearance since documentary controversy as she attends charity event – without Prince Harry – just hours after source close to the couple told how they have single-handedly modernized the monarchy

Friends say Prince Harry has never been stronger as they dismiss claims he is in a fragile place after emotionally revealing ITV documentary

JANET STREET-PORTER: Glorious Cher and indestructible Lady Glenconner dont have much in common but they could both teach Harry and Meghan a thing or two about toughening up

RICHARD KAY: Whispered briefings, angst-ridden confessions, dynamite TV interviews… I fear Harry has failed to learn the lessons of his parents public feud

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have single-handedly modernised the monarchy and royal aides are inexperienced at how best to deploy and harness their value, source close to the couple tells US TV station

Piers Morgan says TV rival Dan Walker is the dullest, most excruciatingly virtue-signalling, tediously opinion-devoid, toe-curlingly snivelling sycophant on TV in Twitter row over Meghan Markle

Using African kids as a backdrop to complain about your over-privileged life is offensive: Conservative commentator Candace Owens lashes out at Meghan and Harrys recent documentary

Haunting CCTV captures moment lorry driver pulls into Essex industrial estate with THIRTY-NINE bodies in his refrigerated container – four days after entering the UK – as he is arrested in one of Britains biggest-ever murder probes

Horrified police officers bow their heads as lorry carrying the dead bodies of THIRTY-NINE migrants is driven away from spot where they were found – after Northern Irish driver, 25, who picked up container at Essex port is arrested for mass murder

Furious mother-of-three slams elderly couple for refusing to move from the seats she reserved for her and her children on a packed train

Newlywed couples HORRIFIC injuries after gang of 12 thugs ambushed them with machetes and an AXE in revenge attack following row with yob

Furious Boris Johnson says Britain must now wait and see what the EU will decide on OUR behalf after Labour and Tory rebels voted down his Brexit deal timetable – as Jeremy Corbyn says he WILL back an election IF bloc leaders agree delay

Ugly truth about why MPs dont want to give you a say: ANDREW PIERCE on party-switchers dodging voters to cling on to their seats

Snowflake students blast appalling new 8x10ft pod flats as not fit for humans and some abandon their 150-a-week accommodation after only a month and demand refunds

Parents watched in horror as their two-year-old perfect little boy choked to death on a sugar snap pea while family enjoyed movie night at home

Is the Queen protecting Meghan and Harrys privacy? Photo of the couple that had pride of place at Buckingham Palace mysteriously disappears

Then and now: Stunning portraits capture Englands great ordinary people in 1974… and how they looked 25 years later

Judge apologises to loving father as he bans him from seeing his children who are alienated from him after their mother spent years demonising him

One of Britains most wanted men Shane OBrien who went on the run for nearly four years – and even covered up his childrens names on a tattoo – after slashing pub-goers neck is jailed for at least 26 years for grotesque murder

RICHARD KAY: Whispered briefings, angst-ridden confessions, dynamite TV interviews… I fear Harry has failed to learn the lessons of his parents public feud

EU leaders line up to back a THREE-MONTH Brexit extension for Britain with just French president Emmanuel Macron pushing for a few days delay

Father who turned to family court to stop his son, 7, from transitioning to a girl and claims his ex-wife constantly puts the child in dresses and tells him that monsters only eat boys LOSES his case against her

Richard Bacon, 43, admits I think Im an addict as he opens up about battle with alcohol and dangerous periods of his life when he would go missing and leave his wife frightened

A cure for dementia? First drug that can SLOW Alzheimers is ready to bring to market after promising trials, US company claims

US drugs giant Biogen shook the medical world by unexpectedly releasing results suggesting it has developed the first effective medicine for the disease.

Company says it will seek approval of Alzheimers drug

Breast cancer patient claims thermal imaging camera at Edinburgh museum led to her diagnosis after it revealed an abnormal hot spot on her chest

Bal Gill, 41, was visiting World of Illusions in Edinburgh during a family holiday in May. A thermal camera showed a hot spot in her left breast that no one else had.

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Meghan Markles brave face: Duchess is all smiles at first public appearance since ITV documentary as she attends youth summit without Prince Harry – just hours after royal source told US TV how pair had single-handedly modernised the monarchy

The Royal Albert Hall event in Kensington, London was Meghans first public appearance since an explosive ITV documentary in which she revealed scrutiny and media attention had left her feeling vulnerable. It also came just hours after a source close to her and Prince Harry told CNN the couple are single-handedly modernising the monarchy. Meghan, 38, attended without Harry, in her role as vice-president of the Queens Commonwealth Trust, which is partnering with One Young World to bring 53 young leaders to the summit. The Duchess looked in high spirits as she arrived, wearing a purple dress and sporting a broad smile as admirers rushed to get photos (pictured left).

Meghan Markle arrives for first appearance since ITV documentary

Friends say Prince Harry has never been stronger as they dismiss claims he is in a fragile place after returning ot emotionally revealing ITV documentary

Friends close to Prince Harry have said he is back at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor and is feeling stronger than ever, following the release of the recent ITV documentary.

Prince Harry has never been stronger friends claim

JANET STREET-PORTER: Glorious Cher and indestructible Lady Glenconner dont have much in common but they could both teach Harry and Meghan a thing or two about toughening up

JANET STREET PORTER: Todays younger generation – like Harry and Megan are sensitive souls. Perhaps oldies like Cher and Lady Glenconner could teach them a thing or two.

JANET STREET-PORTER: Cher could teach Harry and Meghan a thing or two

RICHARD KAY: Whispered briefings, angst-ridden confessions, dynamite TV interviews… I fear Harry has failed to learn the lessons of his parents public feud

Princess Diana had harnessed her fame to galvanise international action against the indiscriminate horror of landmines, and now her son was taking on the challenge.

RICHARD KAY: I fear Harry failed to learn lessons of parents feud

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have single-handedly modernised the monarchy and royal aides are inexperienced at how best to deploy and harness their value, source close to the couple tells US TV station

The source also told the US broadcaster that there had been a hysterical reaction to the comments Prince Harry made about his brother William in the media.

Harry and Meghan say they have single-handedly modernised monarchy

Piers Morgan blasts BBC Breakfasts Dan Walker as dullest, most excruciatingly virtue-signalling, tedious opinion-devoid, toe-curlingly snivelling sycophant on TV in row over Meghan Markle

The Good Morning Britain star has been a vociferous critic of the royal couple ever since they complained about their treatment by the media on an ITV documentary that aired on Sunday.

Piers Morgan blasts BBC Breakfasts Dan Walker

Using African kids as a backdrop to complain about your over-privileged life is offensive: Black US conservative commentator lashes out at Royal couple

Candace Owens, who is a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, took to social media on Monday to criticize Meghan Markle, as well as her husband Prince Harry, to her 1.7 million followers.

Conservative commentator Candace Owens lashes out at Meghan Markle

Furious mother-of-three slams elderly couple for refusing to move from the seats she reserved for her and her children on a packed train

A furious mother-of-three has slammed an elderly couple (right) for not moving from seats she had reserved for her and her family. Amanda Mancino-Williams claimed the couple refused to move after she advised them that she had pre-booked seats on the packed train from Cheltenham to Nottingham. The 37-year-old said the couple had posh accents and said her reserved tickets didnt matter. Once Amanda consulted the train conductor on Tuesday afternoon she was offered four seats in first class with her children. Her children (left) were forced to cram onto three seats. After posting the images on Twitter, Amanda received praise for her handling of the situation (bottom right) with some claiming the people were miserable (right).

Mother-of-three slams elderly couple for refusing to move from seats

Little Miss Moffatt is a pampered princess – not an African Queen! CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews The British Tribe Next Door

CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: The British Tribe Next Door attempted a ridiculous stunt, by building a replica of an English terraced house in the dusty terrain of a village called Otjeme.

Little Miss Moffatt is a pampered princess – not an African Queen!

Fleeced on the freehold: The sale of Toxic leaseholds has been banned… But now property firms are cashing in on costly clauses in freeholds too

Retired teacher Joelle Jones and husband Ian, a former nuclear engineer, are battling demands for cash from an estate management company – despite paying 2,310 a year in council tax.

Toxic leaseholds are banned but now firms are cashing in on freeholds

Beancounters accused of being complicit in Thomas Cooks collapse  while raking in millions in fees

The extraordinary gravy train enjoyed by PwC and EY while they audited the doomed tour operator Thomas Cooks accounts was laid bare in the Commons yesterday.

Beancounters accused of being complicit in Thomas Cooks collapse

Labour at war over Brexit as Jeremy Corbyns shadow cabinet urge him to block Boris Johnsons bid for a general election and back a second referendum instead

Labour was today at war over whether to support an early general election amid growing fears the party will be decimated if it stays neutral on Brexit at a snap poll. Jeremy Corbyn wants to back holding an early election but he is under increasing pressure from some members of the shadow cabinet to block Boris Johnson from going to the country early. They believe Mr Corbyn should push for a second referendum instead in the hope it would take the sting out of Brexit and give the party a better chance of victory when the next national ballot does take place.

Jeremy Corbyn says he WILL back election if EU rules out No Deal

The seatbelt signs were on. We were cleared for lift-off… then it all came to a screeching halt: HENRY DEEDES on Brexits latest stumbling block

HENRY DEEDES: Rising to his feet, Boris somehow managed to smear a positive expression across his face. Yes, finally, the House had come together to back an EU exit deal.

HENRY DEEDES on Brexits latest stumbling block

Irish PM Leo Varadkar hails vote for Brexit Bill as EU leaders mull whether to back Donald Tusks request for another delay to Britains departure

The Irish PM welcomed news that a clear majority of MPs had backed Boris Johnsons deal in a crucial vote, but said he would now await further developments on the need for an extension

Irish PM Leo Varadkar hails vote for Brexit Bill as EU mulls delay

EU gears up for three-month flextension: Brussels is set to decide on delay by Monday after Donald Tusk said he WILL recommend leaders grant Brexit extension

Once the Commons rejected Boris Johnsons timetable to pass the deal, the PM said he would pause the bill while the EU decides whether to offer an extension – and for how long.

A vote on whether there should be a united Ireland is likely to take place within the next five years because of Brexit chaos, Sinn Fein vice president Michelle ONeill suggested today.

Brexit could lead to united Ireland vote in five years – Sinn Fein

Pound DROPS against the euro and dollar amid uncertainty as Boris Johnson pauses Brexit Bill after losing key timetable vote

The pound has since appeared to stabilise after the sudden spike and swift decline to around the $1.288 and €1.158 following the drama in the House of Commons.

Pound DROPS against euro and dollar amid uncertainty

Booze, parties, holidays… how Brussels spends your cash: Eurocrats blew 100,000 on restocking their wine cellar and 85,000 on a relaxation armchair, new audit reveals

An audit of Brussels spending shows the EU Council, headed by Donald Tusk, spent more than 100,000 of taxpayers cash on up to 4,000 bottles of Champagne last year.

Booze, parties, holidays… how Brussels spends your cash

Newlywed couples HORRIFIC injuries after gang of 12 thugs ambushed them with machetes and an AXE in revenge attack following row with yob

Teresa Mciver (left in hospital) and her husband Neil (inset) suffered head injuries and broken ribs in the brutal assault on the Grange Estate in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire. The dementia care nurse feared her husband had been killed as he lay on the street with a gaping head wound. It is believed the couple (right) were set upon by a gang after they had been confronted by a youth earlier in the evening who had then driven off. Mrs Mciver, 50, who said she still has flashbacks about the incident, said: At one point Neil was hit over the head and knocked to the floor and I thought he was dead. It was just carnage.

Partners in grime! Stomach-churning pictures reveal the horror of living with housemates who hate cleaning- from filth-encrusted toilets to dishes crawling with mould

Reddit users, from all over the world, have shared the eye-opening antics of their awful flatmates in an astonishing gallery. The pictures show fur and mould actually growing on leftover pasta and sinks so dirty that it can barely be scraped away. Other photos show bedroom with clothes strewn across the floor and another room with beer cans and cigarettes lining the carpet. l-r clockwise: Dirty dishes in a sink, a mould crawling dish, a room with clothes all over the floor, another room with beer cans and cigarettes, a dirty sink and lots of tangled wires

Parents watched in horror as their two-year-old perfect little boy choked to death on a sugar snap pea while family enjoyed movie night at home

Austin Hardman had been enjoying the weekly family takeaway with his mother Emma, father Daniel and four-year-old brother Noah (together inset) at their home in County Durham. But little Austin (pictured) had been going through a fussy phase and didnt want the pizza the family had had delivered, so his father gave him the sugar snap peas to snack on. The toddlers parents watched helplessly when their perfect little boy died as the pea became lodged in his vocal cord.

An evocative series of portraits capturing Britains ordinary folk in working class communities over a period of 25 years have been brought together in a stunning new collection. A group of bootboys are among the great ordinary captured by documentary photographer Daniel Meadows, who has sought to showcase the extraordinary aspects of ordinary life. Stunning pictures showcased in his book show portraits of people in 1974 and again around 25 years later. Pictured clockwise, from top left; Brothers Michael and Peter McParland, from Barrow-in-Furness, in 1974 and 1995, Mary Clarke, from Hartlepool, in 1974 and 1998, sisters Lyn and Stella Brasher in 1974 and 1999 and mother and daughter Mother and daughter Karen Cubin and Barbara Taylor in 1974 and 1995.

Portraits capture lives of Englands great ordinary people

Thousands of new mothers are left penniless due to a backlog of maternity allowance claims

The crisis has been triggered by a staffing shortage at the Department for Work and Pensions – responsible for processing maternity allowance claims.

CHRIS FOY IN TOKYO: Jones (top right) claimed that someone was spying on Englands training session from the apartment block (pictured above) overlooking Arcs Urayasu Park.

Jones claims England were SPIED ON in training ahead of semi-final

British jihadi bride Shamima Begum faces torture or hanging in other countries if we dont let her back into UK, claim her lawyers

Shamima Begum, 20, wanted to return to London but was left stateless after then home secretary Sajid Javid removed her citizenship while she was held at a refugee camp in Syria.

British jihadi bride Shamima Begum faces torture or hanging

Pictured: Pensioner, 83, killed as he walked in woods as man, 35, is charged with murder and attacking two 70-year-olds who suffered serious head injuries

Frank Kinnis, 83, died after he was attacked while walking at Birkenhill Woods, near New Elgin at 9am on Monday. A man and a woman in their 70s suffered serious head injuries in the attack.

Pictured: Pensioner, 83, killed as he walked in woods

Alexa, give me the headlines… but no Brexit: BBC will launch smart-speaker news service allowing users to skip stories theyre not interested in

Owners of Alexa-enabled devices, from today, can say to their speaker Give me BBC News and tailor the news to suit their interests.

Physiotherapy student, 20, who ran a county lines drug network selling cocaine and heroin from his university halls is jailed for 30 months

Seif Hashim, (pictured) 20, enrolled in a physiotherapy course at Kent University as cover while he was selling large quantities of cocaine, heroin and cannabis.

Student who ran county lines drug network from his uni halls jailed

One in seven pupils now have a special educational needs diagnosis and require extra support

A report from the education select committee has found 14.9 per cent of UK pupils are registered as needing extra support at school this year, following a rise over the past two years.

One in seven pupils now have a special educational needs diagnosis

Abominable vicar who stole 5,000 from a 96-year-old parishioner to spend on books is jailed for 10 months

Reverend Edward Morris, from Nottingham, spent the money on books and fripperies after widower Joan Pennack made him a signatory on her bank account when she went into care home.

Vicar who stole 5,000 from a 96-year-old parishioner jailed

Londons black cabs turn green! Officials approve new all-electric taxi that can travel 187 miles on a single charge

The Dynamo taxi (pictured) has been given the green light by Transport for London as part of an attempt to slash carbon emissions in the city.

Londons black cabs turn green! Officials approve new electric taxi

Care home prisons are filling up with inmates as old as 104, with many frail, incontinent or suffering from dementia, officers union complains

Paedophile retired lorry driver Ralph Clarke, 104, is believed to be Britains oldest prisoner after he received a 13-year jail term in Birmingham in 2016.

Care home prisons are filling up with inmates as old as 104

Labours Emily Thornberry says Foreign Office were running around like headless chickens as US diplomats wife left the UK after crash that killed Harry Dunn, 19

Ms Thornberry met Harry Dunns (pictured) family and their spokesman Radd Seiger in her Westminster office on Tuesday.

Thornberry says FO were running around like headless chickens

Father who publishes childrens books starring his terminally ill son, 5, as a superhero reveals theyve helped his little boy regain his ability to smile for the first time in two years

Darren Garwood, 38, from  Essex, believes his stories have convinced young son Jackson that he really does have superhero powers, after he fought off five serious infections this year.

Father publishes childrens books starring his terminally ill son

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Jordan Cameron tenderly cradles newborn baby as he stands next to Elin Nordegren

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Foul-mouthed schoolgirl is exposed in a series of damning brawl videos

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Woman in Russia jailed for 13 years for murdering her younger sister in 2016

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Mind-blowing technology: BT stage biggest ever indoors drone show

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Two teen girls threaten security guards and punch customer in department store

So much for a ceasefire: Syrians suffer horrific burns in border town explosion despite Turkeys claims it has stopped its offensive – as Russia says America betrayed the Kurds who will now be mauled if they do not withdraw

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT – Patients were seen with horrendous wounds on their faces and bodies (pictured above at a hospital in Tal Tamr, northern Syria) while a distressed young girl was carried away with a badly injured leg after the blast in Ras al-Ain, which took place before a five-day ceasefire ended yesterday. Turkey said there was no need to resume its operations when the ceasefire expired last night, but the Kurds claim the attack is continuing. Today Russian and Syrian troops will start patrolling the area to help the Kurds evacuate, under a historic deal struck between Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday. Putins spokesman today warned the Kurds that they would be mauled by the Turkish military machine if they do not withdraw. Moscow has also savaged Washington for betraying the Kurdish people after Donald Trump pulled out U.S. troops and paved the way for Erdogans invasion.

So much for a ceasefire: Syrians suffer burns in border town explosion

World champion transgender cyclist accuses Donald Trumps son Don Jr. of inciting hate and transphobia against her as he says its BS that she was allowed to compete against female-born athletes

The transgender cyclist who won her second world title on Saturday has blasted Donald Trump Jr. (left) for fueling the flames of hatred and encouraging hundreds to send her hateful and transphobic comments online in the days after step