Loud drilling was reportedly heard by neighbours of the ordinary-looking pub outbuilding in a suburban north London street
The 89 pages will match symptoms to diseases and tell doctors to order quicker tests. Expert Professor Willie Hamilton said: “This will save lives”
“I’m inhumanly good at self intelligence tests,” says Louis Morel. “But every time I leave the house or see a new human being I get overloaded with all the information that is there.” Morel is the star behind an extraordinary video on Asperger’s syndrome, which offers a fascinating insight into what sensory overload feels like […]
The new psychoactive substances bill that is being debated in the Lords today is arguably the worst piece of legislation in living memory. The plan to ban the sale of all substances that are “psychoactive” is supposedly designed to reduce the harms from so-called legal highs. Protagonists for this Bill, particularly the Centre for Social […]
If you’re sick of the sight of Justin Bieber’s signature look – high-top trainers, no shirt and jeans belted around his knees so we can all get a look at his Calvin Klein waistband – then you might be surprised to see he’s undergone a dramatic transformation. SEE MORE: The Biebs To Face Another Lawsuit […]
The former Secretary of State for education is one politician you’d think would boasts fine spelling and grammar. But in an interview on Thursday, Michael Gove, the recently appointed Justice Secretary, admitted to receiving a text from QI’s Stephen Fry, reprimanding him for linguistic “errors”. Appearing on the BBC’s World At One, Gove was grilled […]
The green-fingered star surprised BBC Breakfast viewers when he used the term ‘b*****d trenches’ when referring to the practice of ‘double digging’ – a technique used to improve soil drainage.
The father, named as David Hinton, had just been to buy his children a Wendy house in Dudley, West Midlands, when he was struck by the Volkswagen Polo as they were preparing to leave.
The 17-year-olds from fee-paying The Perse School were questioned by police after a fragment of hair clippers, spoon shard, buttons and two pieces of glasses went missing from Auschwitz on Monday,
Nicholas Salvador, 25, will be locked up indefinitely in a psychiatric hospital after killing 82-year-old Italian cafe owner Palmira Silva with a machete in Edmonton, north London in September last year.