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Images taken at Sheffield Park in Uckfield, Sussex, and Kew Gardens in South-West London Met Office says temperatures will dip below the average November maximum of 9.9C for England Tonight: Showers over East Anglia will clear through evening,
Sorry to have mentioned Suleyman Kerimov, that was a bit indiscreet of me! Justin McMahon , Uckfield, 08/9/2013 15:18 at the very least, i hope they pay property tax..!!- josh, Markham, 8/9/2013 11:07: Russians tend to own their London properties in
17 June 2013 4 View comments Holmes was convicted after trial of 39 counts of criminal damage and one count of perverting the course of justice A 60,000-a-year surveyor who became one of Britain's most prolific graffiti vandals was jailed for three
A UK scientist claims to have developed a cheap, hand-held device that detects almost any disease such as TB, malaria, HIV infection or cancer in just 10 minutes. The Q-POC machine, costing 500 pounds, can micro-analyse tumours and the genetic
Emma S , London, United Kingdom, 03/4/2013 13:06 Anybody knows what brand of bag she is carrying?- Anonymous , Earth, 03/4/2013 12:28: There's a label on it that says Made in China, if that helps.
It said they believed Lord Lucan had used a property on Eigg as a possible bolthole and had visited it more than once,' the builder said. He added that the document mentioned a vessel detectives believed the famous fugitive had used to get to Eigg
Since the beginning of the recession it's not just households that have felt the pinch. Businesses and tradesmen have also had to tighten their belts in order to get by in more challenging economic conditions. Pressure switches and instrumentation
29 December 2012 A photographer has captured the changing of the seasons by photographing the same sweeping view of the Sussex countryside during each month of the year. Kelvin Atkins, 51, returned to the same spot on the South Downs to create twelve
The hamlet of Piltdown became the focus of worldwide attention. "Darwin theory is proved true," the New York Times headlined...Dawson founded the company, which is still in business today. Dawson (second from right, back row) was hailed as the "
Rush-hour rail problems that plagued passengers on many days in November continued on the first working day of December today. Travellers whose services were still affected by last week's floods were hit by a combination of difficulties including