Sleep well, hope the bed bugs don"t bite! New 125,000 "Royal" mattress that"s fit for a princess goes on sale at Kensington Palace

Sleep well, hope the bed bugs don't bite! New 125,000 'Royal' mattress that's fit for a princess goes on sale at Kensington Palace By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 21:30 GMT, 19 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:14 GMT, 19 March 2013 Blowing this much cash on just part of a bed would leave most people needing a little lie down. And it's no wonder – at $175,000 the new 'Royal' mattress made by British manufacturer Savoir Beds is the height of opulence and definitely fit for a princess. It is a limited edition, of which only 60 will be made, and is set to go on sale at Kensington Palace in London this week

More than 60 people killed by airstrike in Syria as they queue for bread in a rebel stronghold

More than 60 people killed by an airstrike in Syria as they queue for bread at a bakery in a rebel strongholdRebels in Halfaya claim a government warplane targeted the civiliansBritain has condemned the attack and called for urgent end to violence PUBLISHED: 17:45 GMT, 24 December 2012 | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 24 December 2012 More than 60 people are believed to have been killed by an airstrike as they queued to buy bread in a rebel-held town in Syria.

Police who tackled deranged knifeman Christopher Haughton armed with 10in blade in halal butcher"s shop praised as attacker jailed indefinitely

Police who tackled deranged knifeman armed with 10in blade in halal butcher's shop praised as attacker jailed indefinitely Christopher Haughton lashed out at officers with a ten-inch butcher's knife Was heard chanting 'God help me to kill my enemies' moments before attack Bit one policeman, repeatedly stabbed another and injured othersJudge has praised officers and detained Haughton indefinitely | UPDATED: 17:28 GMT, 13 December 2012 Guilty: Christopher Haughton tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver A judge today praised police officers seriously injured by a deranged knifeman who turned a halal butchers shop into a bloodbath. Christopher Haughton, 33, seriously injured three officers and attacked the colleagues who tried to save them

Man, 33, found guilty of trying to kill two police officers in violent knife attack at butcher"s

Man, 33, found guilty of trying to kill two police officers in violent knife attack at butcher'sChristopher Haughton lashed out at officers with a ten-inch butcher's knife Was heard chanting 'God help me to kill my enemies' moments before attack Bit one policeman, repeatedly stabbed another and injured others After he was subdued, spat mouthfuls of blood and said he was HIV positiveHaughton then boasted to officers: 'I love giving women AIDS' | UPDATED: 21:14 GMT, 10 December 2012 Guilty: Christopher Haughton tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver A knifeman who tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver after storming into a butchers and demanding ‘Give me a chopper!’ faces being sent indefinitely to Broadmoor. Christopher Haughton lashed out with a knife at policemen who cornered him in the shop and continued to injure the officers after they tried to restrain him. Haughton, 33, of Wembley, north London, was convicted at the Old Bailey of the attempted murders of PCs Alistair Hinchliff and Thomas Harding.

MI5 spy appears at Southwark Crown Court in London to deny sexually assaulting and beating a colleague

Spy appears in court under false name to deny sex attack on fellow spook MI5 officer denies attack on female colleague last year Defendant, victim and witnesses will use pseudonyms | UPDATED: 12:30 GMT, 10 December 2012 A spy appeared in court today to deny sexually assaulting and beating a colleague. The MI5 officer – who is known in court by the pseudonym 'Mark Barton' – is accused of attacking the female colleague between August and December last year. Today, 'Barton' appeared at London's Southwark Crown Court behind a screen to deny four charges: two of assault, one of sexual assault and one of putting a person in fear of violence and harassment

A little dusty, one of life"s softly spoken charmers

A little dusty, one of life's softly spoken charmers | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 4 December 2012 With what chewing-gum officialdom knots the shoelaces of its masters. Take a select committee meeting yesterday examining the charities world. Our witness was William Shawcross, new chairman of the Charity Commission.