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Young mum tragically dies suddenly 'from migraine which stopped heart beating'
Laura Burns, 32, awoke in the early hours of Sunday morning complaining of a "crippling" migraine, before passing out and going into cardiac arrest
Theresa May delivered crushing blow by EU leaders in bid to win over Tory rebels
The PM had begged them to give ground on the Irish backstop but European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker rejected her plea
Strictly fury after Danny John-Jules sparks 'toxic atmosphere' by 'reigniting feud' with Amy Dowden
The Red Dwarf star believes his professional dance partner had 'turned others against him'
Unsolved murders: 10 chilling killings that will keep you up at night
The fact there are still no answers is a source of terror for some, and fascination for others
Danny Cipriani finds an inner peace at Gloucester after England snub
“When you’re a coach and you’ve got two or three players in a position all playing well, sometimes you’ve got to go on a feeling. And if you’re not on that coach’s feeling, you’ve just got to accept it”
Theresa May issues desperate final plea to EU leaders to buy off Brexit rebels
After surviving a vote of no confidence, the PM begged her counterparts to give ground on the hated Irish backstop as she faces a major battle to get the deal through Parliament.
World Pie Eating Championship bans meat and potato flavour over flatulence fears
But World Pie Eating Championship purists have complained swapping to chicken pies will make the competition too easy
100 years since women first voted, who were the suffragettes and what did they do?
14 December 2018 marks 100 years since the first time that women legally voted in a general election
Women's votes: UK marks 100 years since females headed to polls for first time
The Representation of the People Act passed in 1918 gave the vote to women over 30 who owned a house in a massive break through for the suffrage movement
The Gag Vault - 14th December 2018
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Garth - 14th December 2018
Garth is the Mirror’s time-travelling comic strip superhero. The strip originally ran from 1943 to 1997. Due to public demand, reprints of classic stories began in 2011
Perishers - 14th December 2018
Perishers originally ran from 1959 to 2006. The strip is still so popular today that we decided to reprint the best of the strips by Maurice Dodd and Dennis Collins
Andy Capp - 14th December 2018
Andy Capp has been a favourite part of the Daily Mirror since 1957. Enjoy the adventures of Andy Capp and wife Flo every day
Ten years later and wages are down by a third - the places that never recovered
A new study has found that a decade on from the recession sparked by banks' risky bets, wages are still significantly lower than they were then in many parts of the country
"Sexist" ads showing women doing all housework to be booted off TV-screens
Themes such as women being bad at parking and men being useless in the home are expected to be banned
Crime fiction fans reveal the one book they're all planning to give as a gift this Christmas
Martina Cole followers explain which of her blockbusters they would give away and why
Brit pensioner held over '£2m cocaine smuggling plot' rushed to hospital from jail
Cruise line passenger Sue Clarke - who is accused of cocaine smuggling in Lisbon, Portugal, with her husband Roger - was taken to hospital after a medical emergency
UK weather: Britain braced for -3 degrees as freezing rain and gales hit this weekend
Met Office weather forecasters are predicting snow could reach as far south as the Midlands while other areas face heavy rain
Free TV licences could 'stripped from 3 million pensioners as Tories break pledge'
EXCLUSIVE: The Government promised to protect the benefit but the BBC could axe the perk
David De Gea 'on verge of penning new £400k-a-week deal' - Friday's gossip
PLUS: Manchester City are planning a £50million January move
for Leicester's England left-back Ben Chilwell
Britain's King of Pantomime prepares for his 56th year on stage
Martin Crowther has been treading the boards since he was four - and there's barely a role he hasn't tried
Here are 12 alternative Christmas traditions that will mix up your festive week
From sausage dog walking to making the ultimate gingerbread house - there are ideas to entertain everyone
Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea latest
The January window is on the horizon and clubs up and down the land are trying to put deals in place
I'm A Celebrity's Emily Atack has perfect response to body shaming trolls
In a message that hit back at online critics, the 28-year-old told fans: “Some have rock hard abs, some have a bit of Jam Roly poly, it’s all ok"
Paul McCartney's £10m London home raided days before Liverpool homecoming gig
The security scare comes almost 38 years to the day that Lennon was murdered in New York
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