Adam Withnall

Adam Withnall writes for http://independent.co.uk

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Jilted husband David Honeybell arriving at Nottingham Magistrates Court

Husband posts 'revenge porn' images of his own wife on Facebook after discovering affair

The 49-year-old also set fire to a suitcase of his wife’s clothes

easyJet has no maximum weight limit for cabin baggage

EasyJet baggage allowance rules changed so only 'premium' passengers get to keep their bags

Airline scraps 'confusing' two-tier system for hand luggage

Vincent Uzomah, 50, who was stabbed at Dixons Kings Academy
Susan Sheridan voiced many beloved children's TV characters

Susan Sheridan: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and Noddy actress dies aged 68

Voiced Trillian in the original cast of Douglas Adams' classic, as well as a range of beloved children's TV characters

Pro-Islamic State demonstrators in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul

Isis's war on democracy: Militants execute 300 civil servants from Iraqi electoral commission

At least 50 of those killed were reported to be women

Donald Trump, frontrunner for the nomination as Republican presidential candidate (Getty)

Donald Trump defends Megyn Kelly 'blood' line and his 'amazing relationships with the women'

Republican presidential candidate comes out swinging

Kiran Gandhi, right, said she wanted to fight the stigma surrounding periods

Woman runs whole London Marathon without tampon to fight the 'stigma of periods'

And raises $6,000 for a breast cancer charity at the same time

Tina Marie Asikainen complained on Facebook after she was ejected from a McDonald's in Norway because she was accompanied by her guide dog, Rex

McDonald's forces blind woman to leave in tears because she was accompanied by her guide dog

The restaurant in Fredrikstad, Norway now faces police action

Migrants walk along the train tracks after crossing a fence as they attempt to access the Channel Tunnel in Calais (AP)

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says African migrants are threatening our 'standard of living'

Europe cannot 'absorb millions of migrants from Africa', Foreign Secretary says

The claim that GM foods are unsafe is untrue; it has been concluded that foods containing ingredients from GM crops pose no greater risk than the same foods made from crops bred conventionally (Getty)

Scotland to ban all GM crops over fears for 'green brand', angers farmers and scientists

Farmers say outlawing biotechnology will hurt competitiveness

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