The Kerrigans, from Sheffield, claim £50,000 a year in benefits and have hardly lifted a finger in their lives, yet they can still afford to blow their cash on designer trainers and mopeds.
The Met Office has issued a level three amber alert – the second highest – for the North East and the North West of England as well as Yorkshire and Humber, with average temperatures set to fall below 2C.
The centre for 60 teenagers has been suggested by the taxpayer-funded group LGBT Youth North West, which says it could prevent suicides like that of Elizabeth Lowe, 14.
An inquest heard Caroline Puddu, 36, of May Bank, Staffordshire, had been charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds from her former employers to fund her love of the high life.
The child, accused of exposing himself in a Carphone Warehouse and abusing customers with foul language in Costa Coffee, appeared before Yeovil Magistrates in Somerset today.
Belgian federal prosecutor Eric Van der Sypt said the terror cell which was smashed by commandos last night were inspired by Lee Rigby’s murder, while warning more suspects could be on the run.
The Duchess of Cambridge was glamorous in a Hobbs dress as she joined foster carers for a reception in North London. The £169 silk jacquard dress is currently selling for just £50 in the Hobbs sale.
With a background in the oil industry, Justin Welby’s lurch to the left is somewhat surprising, and his recent comments on ‘rampant’ consumerism even more so, writes DAMIAN THOMPSON.
Prime Minister David Cameron arrived at the White House late last night after having spent his first day in Washington meeting with Christine Lagarde, director of the International Monetary Fund.
The Church of England picked yesterday to launch an intemperate attack on Britain under the Coalition, saying it is a country in which the poor are being ‘left behind’ and entire cities ‘cast aside’.
Forecasters said conditions would turn very wet and windy across much of the UK, after snow and ice caused trouble on roads and railways yesterday.
The scheme, which now requires approval from other members of the EU council, follows a report by AA revealing motorists in small towns pay up to 4p more for fuel.
Mr Komoll, 68, snapped this picture of the offending foxes (Picture: CEN) A flustered pensioner made an emergency call to police – because foxes were having ‘abnormally long sex’ in his garden. Peter Komoll, 68, from Berlin said he spotted the animals and worried they were in distress. He said: ‘I thought the animals had got […]