Last month, a judge struck down California’s ban on the sale of foie gras. Focusing on a technicality, he ruled that foie gras is an “ingredient” and therefore covered by the US Poultry Products Inspection Act, which state law cannot override. Fortunately, California’s attorney general has appealed the ruling. If justice prevails, the judge presiding […]
If pilot Andreas Lubitz was so profoundly depressed that he could not function normally then clearly he should not have been flying. If he had been in the throes of a psychotic meltdown – and the signs would have been fairly evident before he entered the cabin – then likewise he should have been nowhere […]
Professors Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox have applied to have their names turned into trademarks. It is hoped it will prevent others exploiting their names with inappropriate products.
Dealer Jason Crocker, 36, was jailed for five years but has been taking the selfies in his cell showing his cushy life. They show his cell decorated with newspaper cuttings calling him a ‘kingpin’.
James Wilson, 54, churchwarden of St Bartholomew’s C of E church in Westhoughton near Bolton, has accused his wife Alyson of cheating on him in an extraordinary rant in a parish magazine.
East Sheen and Chiswick, both in London, are newcomers to the club. They join Guildford and Cobham, in Surrey, which were both added to the select band for the first time this year.
Professor Michael Tsokos, Germany’s most prestigious forensic scientist, said he will be haunted forever by the grim task of identifying the remains of those killed in the Germanwings crash.
Karen Hale had crept into an elderly couple’s home and was tiptoeing through their bedroom when the wife was woken an started screaming for her husband
Eagerly clapping their hands and with smiles stretched across their faces as they are sat on a bed, the girls struggle to contain their happiness
The Crime Through Time Museum has courted controversy before with displays on Fred West and Myra Hindley