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the diving team, Carol Ellis, Steve Ellis and Dan Pascoe, on Southend Pier, Essex. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian A major underwater rescue excavation is being mounted this summer by English Heritage to solve a 349-year-old mystery: how
21:21 EST, 24 July 2014 View comments Fifi Geldof has hit out at critics of her sister Peaches in an expletive-filled online rant. Web users attacked Peaches yesterday after an inquest found she died of a heroin overdose with her baby son in the
Ian West/PA The full inquest into the death of Peaches Geldof, who was found slumped dead on a bed at home after taking heroin, will commence on Wednesday. At its opening in May the inquest heard that the 25-year-old's husband found her in a spare
My son's life just slipped away and that is something I want no other mother to have to go through. 'It's terrible that people can just go into a shop and buy these products as easily as sweets or a newspaper. 'I hope the action taken today will help
The hottest day of the year so far in the UK has been recorded, the Met Office has said, as temperatures soared to 27.7C (81.9F) in the South East. The reading was recorded in the village of Writtle in Essex, shortly before 15:00 BST. The previous
And between them they look to have the future of British musicals sewn up. This weekend Hannah Arterton makes her film debut in Walking on Sunshine, a sunny, 1980s-pop-soaked musical that is aiming to be this summer's Mamma Mia!. It will be followed
Barry, Mel and their daughters Kayleigh and Tricia-Ann - are living in a converted oast-house on the Surrey-Sussex border: a "really nice place", Mrs Stucco assures her acquaintance, with half an acre and the out-of-town Tesco only three miles away.
If they keep on having babies, they may well be able to afford a second home. After all, they don't pay for their first home. Last October, Swale council moved them into a five-bedroom house in Gravesend, Kent. Cheryl had found the property on
18:03 EST, 2 June 2014 6 shares 0 View comments The mother of nine who rakes in benefits of £33,500 a year today defended her family's £7,000 taxpayer-funded holiday, saying she is already planning another one for next year.
Protesters in Brooklyn and Manhattan joined forces Sunday hoping to change the city's policy on trash removal sites they say will pose a threat to their health...More than one hundred people spent part of Sunday protesting the construction of a