Joker sees Joaquin Phoenix play the titular character, with most lauding him as 'stunning' in the role, believing an Oscar could be on the cards for him in 2020.
Most cities, including Bristol and Newcastle, saw an increase in people being unable to sit at peak times between 20.
Anthea Turner is engaged to her beau Mark Armstrong after five months of dating.
Nadia Khan, 25 from West London was visiting the coffee chain's store in Feltham, London, where she ordered a cookies and cream frappuccino.
To her surprise, when the order was completed she found that the cup was returned with what appeared to be the word 'Hippo' on the side.
Pelvic health expert Stephanie Taylor, 57, from Hull, has warned against 'vaginal steaming' and has offered her top tips on avoiding vaginal prolapse after a woman, 62, was left with second-degree burns.
Sussex Police told Mail Online that officers are powerless to break the standoff and forcibly remove the travellers, even though the strip of land on which their caravans are parked is reportedly protected and encampment is banned.
Her Majesty, 93, was joined by Prince Charles, 70, bottom right, as well as Princess Anne, 69, top right, and her husband Tim Lawrence, 64, a retired Royal Navy officer.
She sported a bright plum-coloured suit as she and her family made their way through rain-soaked Crathie Kirk to visit the local church.
The 54-year-old, who was born without arms and with shortened legs, became one of the most famous pregnant women in Britain when artist Marc Quinn made a sculpture of her that stood in Trafalgar Square, London (inset).
Parys was found dead in a Worthing hotel on August 13 and was laid to rest at the town's crematorium in West Sussex on Thursday (right, Miss Lapper at the service).
Boris Johnson (pictured left at the G7 summit last week) warned today that MPs had a 'fundamental choice' between his ambitious agenda, including pumping billions of pounds into public services, or hard-left Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn (pictured centre in London today).
He will hold showdown talks tomorrow with high-profile Conservative opponents of No Deal, including former Cabinet minister David Gauke.
However, proposals to ditch the rules in one swoop have apparently been shelved after lawyers hired by the Home Office warned it could cause chaos.