Daily Mail Home: Amazon says flying robots are not the future of home delivery
It might sound bizarre to use flying machines more usually associated with dropping bombs to deliver Christmas gifts, but, according to online mail order behemoth Amazon, this is the future.
BBC News: VIDEO: UK recovery 'may be unsustainable'
Economists have warned Chancellor George Osborne that the UK's recovery may not be sustainable
Daily Mail Home: Norfolk beach-side homes destroyed by worst storm surge for SIXTY years
Steven Connelly, 54, and his wife Jackie, 64, had been out for the evening when they returned to the scene of devastation in the village of Hemsby, Norfolk.
Daily Mail Home: Alexander Blackman, the Royal Marine who murdered Taliban fighter jailed for life
Sergeant Alexander Blackman, 39, was told he would serve at least ten years for murdering the Afghan national in Helmand province in 2011. He has also been dismissed from the Marines in disgrace.
BBC News: 'Mourning after' and World Cup draw
Papers consider the loss and legacy of Nelson Mandela
BBC England: Four arrested after man shot dead
Three men and a woman are arrested on suspicion of murder after a 20-year-old is shot dead in north-west London.
Daily Mail Home: Looking good doesn't come cheap! Makeup basics come to almost £100 - and mascara is the everyday product we can't live without
The study polled 2,104 women from the U, and found the typical number of items that women keep in their ‘everyday’ makeup bag was 14.
Daily Mail Home: Nelson Mandela dead at 95
In life his greatest achievement was to bring unity to the most racially divided nation on Earth. After almost 50 years of ruthless segregation, Nelson Mandela brought black and white South Africans together as equal partners in a new democracy.
Daily Mail Home: The average Brit consumes a whopping 7000 calories on Christmas day (with your recommended daily allowance already reached by 2pm!)
Most of us will have consumed 2,265 calories before sitting down to Christmas lunch when an extra 1,450 calories will be eaten.
Daily Mail Home: Prince Charles visits scene of Glasgow helicopter crash
The Prince met some of the emergency workers who had taken part in the rescue operation at the Clutha bar in Glasgow.