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Fancy a stay in the original Spice Girls bus?

A Spice Girls fan has listed the original Union Jack bus from the 1997 film Spice World on Airbnb for two overnight stays.

Coinciding with Spice Girls reunion shows on June 14 and 15, the bus will be situated in Wembley Park and will cost £99 per night.

Host Suzanne Godley, who helped renovate the "Spice Bus" after her boss bought it, said the project was inspired by her "childhood obsession" with the band.

The Spice Girls will reunite on stage for the first time in seven years when they perform in Dublin tonight. Fans will see four of the original line-up - Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Horner and Emma Bunton - take to the stage at Croke Park as their comeback tour begins.

Dog walkers warned of serious hand injury risks

Dog walkers could be putting themselves at risk of serious hand injuries by controlling their pets incorrectly, surgeons have warned.

Misuse of leads and collars is causing "many serious injuries" among animal lovers, according to the British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH).

One Cornwall hospital saw 30 serious hand injuries caused by "dog lead or collar misuse" in just one year.

Fractures, dislocations, lacerations and friction burns are among the injuries seen by doctors treating unfortunate dog owners.

As well as being painful and traumatic, some injuries can be seriously debilitating and take up to a year to properly recover from, surgeons say.

The BSSH has issued advice on how to hold leads and collars in a way that minimises the risk of injury. They recommend that dog owners should not wrap the lead around their wrists, hands or fingers, or hook their fingers under the dog's collar.

The surgeons also advise keeping larger dogs on short leads to prevent them building up speed.

Consultant surgeon Rebecca Dunlop, from Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro, told the Daily Mail: "Dogs have a wide range of health benefits for their owners, including reducing stress and helping people stay active.

"But having seen many serious injuries caused by dog leads and collars, I want dog lovers to be aware of the simple steps they can take to avoid severe damage to their hand.

“We want to ensure that dog owners are able to carry on enjoying time with their dogs without risking damage to their hand and time in hospital.”

Ms Dunlop said a particularly common injury caused by dog collars and leads is 'spiral fractures' of the finger bones, which often need an operation to fix.

Long-term hand damage can be caused when people dislocate their fingers by hooking them under their dog's collar before the dog lurches or makes a sudden movement.

Farewell Lisa Dingle: Jane Cox on leaving Emmerdale

She’s the iconic matriarch, who is as much a part of Emmerdale as the Woolpack and Home Farm. But after playing Lisa ­Dingle for 23 years, actress Jane Cox is saying goodbye to the Dales for good.

Last night viewers tuned into heartbreaking scenes as Lisa succumbed to her terminal illness, leaving behind her beloved Zac.

The soap legend joins us today to tell us about filming those tragic final scenes, and saying goodbye to her second family.

The best make-up palettes under £20

You don’t need to spend a fortune to look fabulous on your summer holiday. From glossy lips, to striking eyes - make-up palettes are the perfect multi-use product for your holiday beauty bag.

Bryony’s here with her pick of the best for less than £20.