Georgia Laurie told ITV News that her sister felt as though she was going to drown and like her arm had been ripped off during the crocodile attack The British twins who survived a crocodile attack in Mexico earlier this month have been pictured for the first time since the incident.
British twins who survived a killer crocodile attack in Mexico have been pictured in hospital for the first time as they spoke of their fears they would die in the horrific ordeal. Melissa and Georgia Laurie, 28, were told it was safe to swim in a lagoon before being attacked by the predator which returned three times to drag Melissa underwater.
Watch: full report by ITV News Meridian's Kit Bradshaw Fruit farms in the South East are warning they may struggle to recruit enough seasonal workers for the upcoming picking season. One business in Kent has seen a 90% decline in applications from both foreign and UK jobseekers, compared to 2019.
ISIS bride Shamima Begum has said she was a "dumb kid" and would "love" to rehabilitate others. Speaking from al-Roj prison camp in Syria, the 21-year-old said she doesn't think she "needs to be rehabilitated." She told journalist Andrew Drury: "I don't think I was a terrorist.
Pictured for the first time AFTER crocodile attack: Twins who survived lagoon horror are seen in hospital as one sister says 'I thoughts she was dead' when beast attacked her sibling
Mel Laurie is seen smiling from hospital alongside sister Georgia after escaping death at a Mexico waterway The pair had been swimming at Manialtepec Lagoon with two friends when the animal attacked Mel Georgia had managed to escape, but went back into the water after her sister did not respond to her calls
In a small, red walled room in west London, the roster of stars, staff and pundits lined up for the launch of GB News – the most controversial addition to British TV in decades. A grinning Nigel Farage stood alongside the former Labour MP Gloria De Piero, while ex-BBC anchor Simon McCoy and ITV News presenter of 40 years Alastair Stewart shared jokes.
ITV News Correspondent Stacey Foster reveals some of Roald Dahl's writing secrets A handwritten letter by Roald Dahl which reveals his secrets to good storytelling is set to go on sale on Tuesday. The letter, dated August 2, 1989, showcases the writer’s opinion of his own work and his determination to get children reading.
Sorry, we can’t find the page you were looking for. Please check the address and try again. Top Stories PM confirms England lockdown easing will be delayed to July 19 2 What's changing from 21 June, what's the same and when will lockdown end?
While the pandemic ruined many livelihoods, it provided a boom for criminals A retired teacher who lost £120,000 to an Instagram scam has told ITV News she has been left claiming Universal Credit as a result of the loss. 63-year-old Teresa Jackson, from Portishead, is one of 36 million adults to have been targeted by scammers since January, according to Citizens Advice.Ms Jackson, a retired teacher, signed up to the fake investment scheme after responding to a social media advert.
There will be a four-week delay to the final lifting of Covid lockdown restrictions in England, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced. His announcement comes as there continues to be growing concerns about the surge in case of the highly transmissible Delta variant. Under stage four of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, all legal limits on social contact in England would have been removed from June 21.
A Grenfell survivor has told ITV News she is frustrated over the lack of action as "people are still going to sleep at night in unsafe homes" - four years on from the fire. On the fourth anniversary of the blaze, Zoë Dainton - who escaped from the fourth floor - condemns the lack of change on poor social housing and building safety since Grenfell.
'You are the most priceless gift!' ITV News' Paul Brand and husband Joe Cuddeford announce the birth of their baby boy Tomos via 'incredible' surrogate
ITV News' UK Editor Paul Brand has welcomed a baby son, Tomos George. The journalist announced the news on Instagram on Sunday, sharing a snap cradling the baby, sat next to his beaming husband Joe Cuddeford. The couple - who wed in 2017 - had their child via surrogacy, with Paul sharing an image with their surrogate a few days prior.
ITV News' UK Editor Paul Brand has welcomed baby son Tomos alongside his husband Joe Cuddeford after a successful surrogacy journey Paul Brand has welcomed an adorable baby son alongside his husband Joe Cuddleford. The UK Editor for ITV News took to social media to announce the happy news with two snaps of himself cradling baby Tomos in his arms whilst sat beside a jubilant Joe.
A further 7,490 confirmed coronavirus cases have been reported in the UK, as the government looks set to delay the June 21 easing of lockdown in England. Sunday's data update is the fifth day in a row daily reported cases have surpassed 7,000 - a figure last seen at the end of February.
The former Bolton Wanderers Footballer Fabrice Muamba, who suffered a cardiac arrest during a game in 2012, said watching Christian Eriksen collapse on Saturday night brought back painful memories. Muamba’s heart stopped beating for 78 minutes after the Bolton Wanderers midfielder collapsed on the pitch during an FA Cup quarter-final at Tottenham Hotspur in March 2012.
Former ITV News presenter Alastair Stewart joins GB News this weekend as the brand new channel launches on-screen, and with a career spanning more than four decades, he's well qualified for the job Alastair Stewart will kick off a new chapter of his career this weekend thanks to the launch of new TV channel GB News.
Watch Boris Johnson's response after ITV News Political Editor Robert Peston asks him whether he is now a practising Roman Catholic I am struggling to make sense of the prime minister’s answer to my question whether he is a practising Roman Catholic - which I asked in good faith and with good reason because he was recently married in Westminster Cathedral.
The elephants who have trekked 350 miles from home, ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports A giant operation befitting a giant animal is underway in China as hundreds of police officers monitor and attempt to contain a wandering herd of wild elephants who have strayed hundreds of miles from their normal territory.
ITV News Correspondent Lucy Watson live in Baku Wales are just 24 hours away from the start of their Euro 2020 campaign and five games away from a repeat performance of their historic 2016 route to the semi-finals. Oh, how the Red Army would love to see that.
Video report by ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies Du Hag Owr shantymen are used to singing in local Cornwall pubs but they will have an eclectic audience of G7 leaders at the weekend. The singers of Cornish group will perform for the visiting VIPs in the county on Saturday.