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Man who lost half his leg says doctors have REFUSED to save his stump

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the man hitting the gym to save his STUMP after doctors REFUSED to operate on it and told him it would DIE OFF naturally ? after the return of a BLOOD CLOT that already took away half of his leg. Former road worker, Ben Lovell (41) from Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK, was a fit and healthy father of two when he began to experience cramps in his right calf in February 2017. He went to see his GP who put the cramps down to sciatica, a pain caused by the compression of the sciatic nerve, which runs from your hips to your feet. Five months went by with no improvement for Ben who was rushed to Bradford Hospital on July 31, 2017, after his foot turned white and tests revealed that there was no blood circulating to his foot due to a blood clot in his leg. In September, Ben was given a seven-hour bypass surgery in an attempt to save his leg. The procedure was unsuccessful, and Ben was told that to have the best chance at living a normal life, he would need to have his leg amputated. On November 29, 2017, Ben underwent surgery to remove his leg. Back at home after his surgery, Ben struggled to adapt to life as an amputee.

Woman mistakenly told she has cancer after hospital sends letter with typo: 'It’s shockingly bad'

***EXCLUSIVE*** A patient suffering a common throat infection was mistakenly told she had cancer after bungling hospital staff failed to spot an error in a letter.  Nicola Denyer, from Ramsgate, who had an uncomfortable feeling in her throat for six weeks, attended an appointment at the QEQM Hospital in Margate and was told there was nothing to worry about.  But just two days later, the 39-year-old received a letter from the department for ear, nose and throat telling her the devastating news she had cancer.  Unknown to her at the time, a new computer system had mistakenly changed the word candida - a common yeast infection easily treated with medication - to cancer.

Water View! - Former water tower home

***EXCLUSIVE*** A historic World War Two POW water tower has emerged on the market for £1.2million after being converted into a modern family home. The original red brick structure was once part of 78 Working Camp, which housed 700 Italian and German prisoners in the Essex countryside near Braintree. It doubled as a secret communications hub, sending early warning signals of enemy aircraft to Wethersfield, an American airbase five miles away. The derelict tower, dating from 1938, and one acre plot in High Garrett, near Braintree, were bought by Jon Oakley and his wife Vicky for £285,000 in 2017. It had been unused since 1950. They have spent several hundred thousand pounds converting it into a five storey home with four en-suite bathrooms and a ground floor extension. A top level has been added to the 50ft structure to replace the water tank which was removed following the war.

Starling murmurations create the shape of a kangaroo

***EXCLUSIVE*** Starlings murmurating create the shape of a Kangaroo, across a British countryside. At just after 4pm Natasha watched as around 30 thousand starlings took to the skies over Ibsley, Hampshire. Natasha said, "I didn't see what pics I had taken until got home and uploaded them. I was amazed when noticed the Kangaroo image... especially, with everything that Australia is going through and the loss of many Kangaroos (as well as so much other wildlife). It was almost like seeing the Starlings doing a tribute, and representing the souls of all that has been lost in the awful wild fires."

Arming key for 1st Atomic bomb for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** Unique and poignant surviving relics of the first atomic bomb which was dropped on Hiroshima have sold for £76,000. ($100,000). The green safety plug and red arming plug were removed from 'Little Boy', the 4.4 tonnes weapon, before it was unleashed to such devastating effect on August 6, 1945. The bombing killed over 140,000 people, hastening the end of World War Two with the Japanese surrender. The 3ins plugs, which were made of metal and wood, were kept as a souvenir of the mission by Lieutenant Morris Jeppson, the weapons test officer on the B29 bomber 'Enola Gay'. The safety plug prevented the bomb going off during transport and flight, while the arming plug enabled the weapon to be detonated by radar once it was dropped over the target.

Eight set of lion cub eyes watch photographer

***EXCLUSIVE*** This family of lion cubs all lock eyes on a photographer after hearing the shutter of his camera click. While their mother was out hunting, the four cubs huddled together and scanned their surroundings for signs of danger. Taken in Namibia's Etosha National Park, photos show the young lion cubs ears pricking up in unison at the sound of the photographer's shutter. Wildlife photographer Özkan Özmen, from Izmir in Turkey, captured the images while looking for a large lion pride that was said to live in the area.

Tired of city life? Private island with three cottages in a Dorset wildlife haven goes on rental market for £15,000 a month

***EXCLUSIVE*** A tiny island off the south coast of England has emerged on the rental market for those looking to escape the rat race in a secluded location. Round Island, which is in the middle of a wildlife haven in Poole Harbour in Dorset, close to glitzy Sandbanks, covers just 15 acres, and is available to rent for a whopping £15,000 a month. The lucky tenants will have the use of three cottages on the island as well the services of two caretakers who live in a separate property and ferry tenants to the mainland on request.

People queue through the night for beach huts in Dorset

***EXCLUSIVE*** A group of hardy souls queued up a day early in the freezing cold to secure a sought-after beach hut for the summer. They have gone to extreme lengths to snap up the 15 timber cabins available at Avon Beach, Christchurch, Dorset. The first in the queue, Jan Ryder, was in position at 6.15am on Sunday, almost 26 hours before the administration office opened at 7.30am today. Matthew Cox, 60, a mechanical engineer, was in position just before 7am. He remembers being taken to the beach by his late mother Margaret as a child and has queued up each year for a hut since her passing three years ago.

Soy sauce making

***EXCLUSIVE*** Workers mix thousands of litres of soy sauce in large clay pots. Bowls filled with a bright yellow mix of soy and rice are balanced on top, ready to be scooped into the containers. The photographs, taken using a drone in Cu Da Village, Hanoi, Vietnam show a tradition that has been going for more than 400 years.

The brain of an ancient Briton who died 2,600 years ago could hold the key to combating dementia, according to new research

***EXCLUSIVE*** It is the world's oldest surviving grey matter and even contains neuron-boosting proteins. The discovery underlines the remarkable durability of the human organ, say scientists. It could shed fresh light on a host of diseases - including Alzheimer's, Huntington's and Parkinson's, say scientists. The yellowy brown organ is known as the 'Heslington brain' after the village near York where it was dug from a muddy pit in 2008. It was inside a decapitated skull at an Iron Age site. Now a British led team has carried out the first detailed analysis using powerful microscopes that scanned the tissue with a focused beam of electrons. The images illuminated miniscule particles that would not be visible to the human eye.