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A 15-year-old busker whose fingers got tired playing guitar has come up with a unique way of serenading crowds - a bike with a PIANO on the front

***EXCLUSIVE*** Talented teen Chloe Aston spends her spare time outside of school playing piano and singing to crowds of tourists in her home town. She used to play guitar, but found the strings began to hurt her fingers and mentioned this to her dad Lee Aston. Lee, a mechanic, then found a way to make a piano into a push bike - and sent his daughter into the streets of Ilfracombe, Devon, to busk for pocket money.

Never before seen WW2 pics show women’s vital jobs in steelworks, shipbuilding and railways at the height of the conflict

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fascinating photos from the Second World War show how invaluable women were to the United States’ war effort – with millions of women picking up the jobs their partners, brothers, sons and fathers had left behind to fight for their country. Remarkable shots, many of them never published before, show industrious women employed as shipbuilders, railroad staff, and steel workers. Another remarkable shot shows a female labourer donning a plastic bra, a device which purported to help prevent chest-related accidents in the workplace.

Lego wows visitors with toy Forbidden City made of 800,000 bricks

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Lego toy model of the Forbidden City, also known as the Imperial Palace or the Palace Museum, is on display during the 'Dynasty of Brick - Lego Chinese Culture Exhibition' in Beijing, China. The model, made of about 800,000 interlocking plastic bricks, shows the three main halls of the ancient Chinese imperial palace: the Hall of Supreme Harmony, the Hall of Central Harmony and the Hall of Preserving Harmony.