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4 November 2013 0 View comments A fraudster who received 90,000 in benefits by claiming he could not walk more than 60 metres was exposed when hidden cameras filmed him carrying heavy furniture while running a successful house-clearance business.
Sir Jonathan Ive, as he will now be known, becomes a Knight Commander of the British Empire (KBE) for "services to design and enterprise". Born in Chingford, Essex, he joined Apple in 1992 and is credited with helping to shape the company's
Since 2006, 2 April has been a national holiday in Argentina to mark the beginning of the war with G... Suggested Topics Firefighters are tackling a huge blaze at a disused warehouse. Around 50 firemen and 10 fire engines were called to the vacant
Press Association Hindley pleaded guilty to causing injury under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. Photograph: Trinity Mirror/Mirrorpix/Alamy A man whose dog bit off part of a six-year-old girl's ear has been given a 12-week suspended jail term. Gary
on 13th September 2011 Stabbed: Harjinder Singh Bhurji was killed and his car stolen A murder hunt has been launched after a motorist was stabbed to death in front of his terrified female passenger. Brave Harjinder Singh Bhurji, 32, was fatally
Dominic Lipinski/PA Does hyperlocal news flourish from a top-down or bottom-up approach? The BBC, remember, wanted to do it top down, until local newspaper editors kicked up a fuss (and saved the corporation from having to cut something it had just
The creature who planted it still seeks to justify it.' Tebbit on the IRA Brighton bomber Norman Tebbit turns 80 on Tuesday, but he might as well be 100. Not because the "semi-house-trained polecat" is showing any signs of slowing down, but because
A survey has found that a record number of people in Britain changed their names by deed poll in 2010, and the names included Willy Wonka, Miss Jelly St Tots and Mr Her Majesty The Queen. It was revealed that the number soared from 80% to 90,000, the
There'll be business graduates working on checkout tills," one Labour member protested...It would take that over-educated gloss off them in a year or two and teach them business from the shop floor up...The casual, country gent that is Iain Duncan
11 charged over multimillion-pound theft Suspects accused of various offences after up to £6m was taken from online accounts in just three months Press Association The thieves used a virus known as zeus to infect computers and capture passwords.