The Tory MP Philip Davies has made the news twice this week, once for his confrontation with Jon Snow in the offices of Channel 4, after which he accused the veteran broadcaster of bullying him, and once when he suggested that sex education in schools is causing an increase in teenage pregnancies. On that subject, he challenged others to look at the evidence […]
The police force behind a raid on the luxury home of Sir Cliff Richard was utterly inept in tipping off the BBC about the operation which resulted in “irreparable damage” to the singer’s reputation, MPs say.
The boss of British Gas’s parent company has criticised the Government for allowing “old, dirty coal stations” to qualify for subsidies worth hundreds of millions of pounds in a scheme designed to promote green energy.
Harry Roberts once tried to escape Parkhurst prison on the Isle of Wight by making a fake pistol out of wax and cotton reels. The planned jailbreak never happened as the 78-year-old “got in a panic” and hid the guns in the toilet, where they were eventually discovered by warders, according to one of his fellow inmates, Wally “Angel Face” Probyn.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is to launch a full review of its procedures after a judge halted a case in which a vicar who was alleged to have operated a “conveyor belt” of sham marriages claimed that immigration officers concealed evidence and lied under oath.