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Judith Woods discovers 'The thought that my products are at the heart of so many homes still moves me' Home and hearth...Steaming kedgeree dished up amid the happy, noisy chatter of three generations. Mum's lemon drizzle cake presented on a lovely
A teenager found dead in a freshly disturbed grave died from "pressure to the neck", police have said. The body of 17-year-old Jayden Parkinson was discovered in the Great Western Cemetery in Didcot, Oxfordshire, in December. Her ex-boyfriend Ben
28 February 2014 16 shares 0 View comments This grand Oxfordshire manor was once home to a 10th Century Archbishop of Canterbury, but now contains little more than empty rooms and forgotten memories. Covered in dust and mould, it's hard to imagine
People took videos and photos on their mobile phones as their fellow flyer was carted past them in the arms of trained animal handlers...Shaun said: 'It was found by the police in a greenhouse last summer. They couldn't find anyone who could look
Lecturer Dr Jeffrey Ketland, (pictured) inflicted a 'campaign of harrassment' on Miss Coursier, bombarding her with 'crazy and rambling' emails Mr Fardell told his girlfriend that he was not ready to be a father and supported her as she came to the '
24 February 2014 8 View comments They rarely venture out of woodland, but this unfortunate tawny owl died after accidentally hitting an electric cable. The stocky bird has been left dangling from the power line after colliding with it in Dunsden
Connor Tremble, 17, was stabbed on Thursday. His family was forced to turn off life support yesterday A 20-year-old man has been re-arrested in a murder investigation after a teenage boy died in intensive care from stab wounds.
Although his brother is one of the world's most powerful men, Ben Obama opted for simple surroundings when he wed care worker Lily Achoch at the Oxford registry office. Shortly before the ceremony, Ben, 42, took the President's call on his mobile
British police on Thursday revealed that a series of suspect packages had been sent to military-related targets in urban centers across southern England. Counter terrorism police were called to deal with seven separate suspect packages in the
Mr Silvester wrote another letter to the Henley Standard in April 2012 in which he told David Cameron not to legalise gay marriage and warned of 'disasters' if he did However, he conceded he will be 'more circumspect' in his views in future and said