Claire Dunleavy, 34, scanned the cut-price sticker – initially used on a loaf of bread – while simultaneously putting more expensive items into her basket at the store in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.
ISIS captured the central Syrian city on May 21, sparking immediate fears that they would take sledgehammers to its well-preserved Greco-Roman ruins as they have done at other historic sites.
ISIS supporters have been showing off the depraved jihadi group’s latest propaganda ploy on social media; ISIS’s own currency. ISIS supporters claim the gold coins will be released soon.
The majority of people died in government-run hospitals in the port city of Karachi, as temperatures reached 45 degrees Celsius (111 Fahrenheit) at the weekend.
In London more than 1.6 million people are exposed to daytime road traffic noise levels above 55dB,
Palace considers Queen and Duke of Edinburgh moving to Windsor Castle, their holiday home, while urgent repair work is carried out
Her Majesty set to receive £42.8m from the Treasury in 2016/17 as republican groups claim funding of the Royal family is ‘running out of control’
The Royal family spent £5.1 million on travel last year, an increase of almost £1m on the previous year, accounts show
Contrary to previous studies, racehorse speed has not peaked and they are still getting faster
Arthur Renwick, who denied the offences, claiming his victims had actually “groomed” him, has been jailed for 12 years