For long periods, Prince Andrew is barely noticeable, but then he crashes or explodes, and the resulting debris has to be cleared away before he is airborne again, writes STEPHEN GLOVER.
Ed Miliband accused the PM of betraying voters after saying he could be trusted on the NHS. But Mr Cameron claimed Labour only wanted to use the health service as a ‘political football’.
Police in Manchester revealed that the counterfeit £20 note had been accepted by a shop as legal currency over the Christmas and New Year period.
A daily helping of avocado can replace unhealthy fats in the diet with a healthier version, say scientists from the American Heart Association.
The revelation emerged as seven hospitals remained on status of a ‘major incident’ having declared they were struggling to cope with the sheer number of people arriving in casualty.
Avastin is one of six breast cancer drugs deemed to offer either ‘insufficient value for money’ or or have poor cost-benefit scores for breast cancer, and have been banned from use by NHS patients.
Marcus Fairs, 47, found the World War II three inch mortar, that weighed the equivalent of a bag of sugar, while gardening in his home in Stoke Newington, north London.
Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss (pictured) told the Oxford Farming Conference that the UK should take steps to speed up the development of GM crops in Britain, saying that they had ‘a role to play’.
Keeping warm in winter costs families a king’s ransom, with average combined gas and electricity bills for 2014 soaring to £1,265 a year, writes ALEX BRUMMER.
Quentin Willson’s son Max, 16, rushed to help his 10-year-old sister Mini after she put her hand through a pane of glass and severed an artery while they were on holiday at the family’s French château.
Sarah Kellen, 34, and Nadia Marchinova, 29, who both pleaded their right to silence under the US Fifth Amendment when asked if the royal had sex with teenage girls, have reinvented themselves.
People gather at the Place de la Republique, Republic Square, in Paris, on Wednesday night following the deaths of at least twelve people in an attack by unknown gunmen on the offices of the weekly.
Huge waves were seen crashing against sea defences at Blackpool, Lancashire today but the worst is yet to come amid fears of power cuts, transport chaos and damage to homes.