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Commons Speaker John Bercow charged taxpayers 624 to have his chauffeur rush him to Devon for a dirty weekend' with wife Sally before she entered Celebrity Big Brother. His official limo picked him up at Westminster and drove him 224 miles to his
A man has been killed and his wife is feared dead after a fire destroyed their Grade II listed home on an estate owned by the Earl and Countess of Arran. Bob Rines, who rented the gatehouse of the Arran family seat, died in the fire which ripped
31 May 2012 Although many of their customers are keen on the outdoors, staff at this B&Q did not expect actual wildlife to set up home among their plants. A family of blackbirds was discovered among the leaves at a flower display at the DIY-store in
29 March 2012 You shouldn't teach your grandmother how to suck eggs, as the old saying goes. But when workers at a Sainsbury's cafe told Danny Woolliams they were not qualified to make the scrambled variety, only fry them, he had to demonstrate the
No country will be permitted to leave the EU as if that happens it will spell the end for Brussels, the fact that the EU is destructive to economies would be exposed. No country would be permitted to leave unless it had been completely and utterly
And if this discovery is anything to go by they don't change a bit. The mischievous antics of a class of naughty pupils have been uncovered by workers restoring a former school...Strangely, the day before they were discovered manager Peter Doel joked
News in pictures On Facebook Trees and shrubs where about 1,000 starlings roost, attracting international attention with their swooping displays at sunset, have been cut back because of health and safety fears. North Devon Council was denounced as "
26 I am amazed that thjis is news. We lived in Bavaria and these temperatures were absolutely normal in winter.
The charity publication shows staff from the store in Barnstaple, Devon, modelling less than the recommended uniform. In January two buxom babes are pictured hiding behind newspapers while March sees cafeteria staff covering their assets with freshly
Kieran Yates delves into the urban underground and picks her favourite books from this year. Suggested Topics At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Sarah Wall heard the news that she and her choir were Christmas No 1...The care home where she works,