Brian Copsey accused of stealing more than 1million from collective residents" fund

Homeowner, 59, at exclusive London mansion block accused of stealing more than 1million from collective residents’ fund By Tara Brady PUBLISHED: 14:47 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:00 GMT, 6 February 2013 In court: Brian Copsey lived in one of London's most exclusive mansion flats and was finance chairman of its management board A resident of one of London’s most exclusive mansion flats has appeared in court accused of stealing more than 1m from the building’s management company. Brian Copsey, 59, was finance chairman of Bryanston Court Management, a collective of residents who manage a luxury apartment block in Marble Arch, central London.

How we"re getting our New Year"s phone calls in early as most people are set to contact loved ones around 7pm tonight instead of waiting

We're getting our New Year's phone calls in early: Most people contact loved ones around 7pm instead of waiting until midnightText message traffic peaked at 7.02pm on New Year's Eve last year Four times as many texts as calls were sent on December 31st, 2011 Trend of sending same message to multiple people is behind the change | UPDATED: 03:48 GMT, 31 December 2012 The traditional phone call on the stroke of midnight is a New Year's tradition as entrenched as Auld Lang Syne. But now it seems Britons text their Happy New Year wishes hours ahead of midnight, research has shown. In 2011 traffic peaked at 7.02pm and analysts expect the same trend this year

Brother of Manchester City footballer Mario Balotelli accused of assaulting police outside bar

Brother of Manchester City footballer Mario Balotelli accused of assaulting police outside barEnoch Barwuah, 20, appeared in Italian court after 'assaulting two policemen'The Salford City player was drinking with his sister at a bar in BresciaHe is Balotelli's younger brother and was adopted by a wealthy Italian couple | UPDATED: 19:13 GMT, 25 December 2012 Manchester City star Mario Balotelli's brother appeared in an Italian court on Christmas Eve accused of assaulting two policemen. Enoch Barwuah, 20, was held after an alleged brawl at a bar and kept in custody until his appearance before a judge

George Galloway"s former secretary and Met Police anti-terrorism officer arrested for data protection offences

George Galloway's former secretary and Met Police anti-terrorism officer arrested for data protection offencesSenior Met officer Afiz Khan arrested on suspicion of mis-using Met databaseHis wife, George Galloway's former secretary, arrested 'on suspicion of data protection offences'Respect MP claimed in October the pair were running a 'dirty tricks' campaign against him | UPDATED: 13:40 GMT, 7 December 2012 George Galloway’s former secretary has been arrested – along with her anti-terrorism officer husband – on suspicion of data protection offences. Aisha Ali-Khan and her husband, Detective Inspector Afiz Khan, were both arrested on Wednesday on suspicions relating to the mis-use of police databases.

Single mother targeted by "sex-hungry" men after fake dating profile set up on Plenty of Fish website revealed her work address

Single mother targeted by 'sex-hungry' men after fake dating profile set up on Plenty of Fish website revealed her work address Lynn Gunning from Sunderland said she was 'beside herself' when she was approached by men after workThe fake profile said she was 'up for anything' and invited them to meet herIt was only shut down after Northumbria Police commented that it was a fake | UPDATED: 23:08 GMT, 29 November 2012 A single mother was targeted by ‘sex-hungry’ men after a fake dating profile was set up in her name. Lynn Gunning's fake profile on the Plenty of Fish website said she was 'up for anything' and invited men to meet her at Boots, where she works as a sales assistant. The mother-of-two said she was 'beside herself' when a series of men turned up expecting sex.

Clarifications & corrections

Clarifications & corrections | UPDATED: 02:19 GMT, 27 November 2012 The average issue of the Daily Mail contains around 80,000 words – the equivalent of a paperback book – most of which are written on the day under tremendous pressure of deadlines. Huge efforts are made to ensure our journalism meets the highest possible standards of accuracy but it is inevitable that mistakes do occur. This column provides an opportunity to correct those errors quickly and prominently.