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Anna O'Donohue

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Past articles by Anna:

Russian arrested in Bali after trying to smuggle orangutan back home to keep as a pet

Andrei Zhestkov, 27, was detained in Denpasar airport after authorities discovered an ape sleeping inside a rattan basket during an X-ray security screening. → Read More

Brexit march: One million people join Put It To The People march calling for second referendum

Last year another rally for a second referendum was attended by 700,000 people. It's predicted a million could take part in this one. → Read More

Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis reveals she is left ‘weeping’ after challenging interviews

Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis has revealed the challenging nature of her job has left her in tears after the cameras have stopped rolling. → Read More

Diabetic mother-of-three dies after being restrained and left ‘lying on the floor all night’ in prison cell

The 45-year-old mother-of-three was left on her cell floor until an ambulance was called the following afternoon, the hearing was told → Read More

Man fined after Snapchat video shows him swallowing a goldfish whole at Somerset funfair

Exeter Magistrates' Court heard that the fish would have been under stress and suffered before it slowly died. → Read More

Chuka Umanna received £10,000 from one of the Conservative Party’s top donors Jeremy Isaacs

The Independent Group leader Chuka Umunna has accepted £10,000 in funding from one of the Conservative Party's top donors. → Read More

DUP insist they are ‘not discussing cash’ in talks with Downing Street to support May’s Brexit deal

The Democratic Unionist Party has denied speculation that the party is discussing money with Downing Street amidst talks over supporting May's Brexit deal. → Read More

Weather: Met Office issue yellow warning for snow with wintry weather forecast across UK

The UK will face a spell of cold weather this weekend, with snow already falling in some parts of Scotland, the Met Office has warned. → Read More

Mysterious death of key witness to Berlusconi’s ‘bunga bunga’ sex parties prompts murder investigation

Imane Fidal, 34, died two weeks ago after checking into hospital with severe stomach pains before dying of chronic organ failure. → Read More

Nigel Farage will only walk ‘some’ of the Brexit Betrayal March – despite urging supporters to join him

The politician first promoted the march in late February, urging his supporters to "come and join him" and "get their walking boots on!" → Read More

Right-wing Polish newspaper Tylko Polska tells readers ‘how to recognise a Jew’ on front page

Weekly newspaper Tylko Polska, or 'Only Poland', listed 'names, anthropoogical features, expressions, appearances, character traits, methods of operation' and 'disinformation activities'. → Read More

Prince Charles moves on swiftly as Danny Dyer introduces himself as a relative on the red carpet

"I just wanted you to know," Dyer said to the prince on the red carpet, "we're related as well. Prince Edward III is my grandfather - but I won't go into it." → Read More

Devon councillor stands down after running dance events instead of going to council meetings

A district councillor who missed 75 per cent of meetings because he was 200 miles away running dance events in Jersey is to stand down. → Read More

Stephen Hawking’s long-term nurse suspended over the care she gave physicist

A hearing into Patricia Dowdy's professional conduct has been taking place privately since February, and is due to finish 21 March. → Read More

The Queen posts first ever Instagram photo while announcing new Science Museum exhibition

The monarch has a lot more work to do if she wants the royal family's Instagram following to rival Kylie Jenner's 128 million. → Read More

The stories behind the inspirational quotes in the Google Doodle celebrating International Women’s Day 2019

The interactive Doodle has been created by female artists from across the globe and includes a variety of inspirational quotes. The theme of the design is "women empowering women." → Read More

When and where will it snow in the UK? Latest weather forecast

Martin Bowles, meteorologist at the Met Office, told i that there was around a "30 per cent chance" snow could fall on central ground in Edinburgh on both Sunday and Monday. → Read More

Defiant Mancunians draw over swastika graffiti with colourful artwork to celebrate ‘positivity and love’

A group of neighbours living near a mosque in Manchester retaliated against racist graffiti by covering swastikas and National Front signs with colourful drawings. → Read More

Victim of violent sex attack who was left incontinent has lifelong disability benefits taken away by government

The 53-year-old was granted a lifetime award of Disability Living Allowance because of the lasting damage from the brutal assault. She has been left with little bladder or bowel control. Now, after a reassessment, her Personal Independence Payment benefits have been stopped. → Read More

Cabinet ministers Amber Rudd, Greg Clark and David Gauke warn Brexit could be delayed

A trio of pro-EU Cabinet ministers have issued a blunt warning to Tory Brexiteers that Parliament will prevent them forcing a "disastrous" no-deal break with the EU. → Read More