Spanish accused of "act of war" off Gibraltar after two naval vessels enter waters around The Rock

Spain accused of 'act of war' off Gibraltar after two naval vessels enter waters around The RockConservative MP Bob Stewart demands a 'robust response'UK Government has protested to Spain through diplomatic channels | UPDATED: 20:27 GMT, 13 December 2012 Spain was accused of an 'act of war' today after its naval ships repeatedly entered the territorial waters of Gibraltar. Bob Stewart, Tory MP for Beckenham, said the British Government needed to 'respond robustly to this aggravation' after Commons Leader Andrew Lansley said two Spanish naval vessels entered the waters of Gibraltar on Monday. He said they were given radio warnings before leaving but Mr Stewart, a former colonel, said the incursion was illegal and the Government needed to 'do something about it'

Bride, 32, spends wedding night in jail after being arrested for "glassing male guest in the face" at her own reception

Bride, 32, spends wedding night in jail after being arrested for 'glassing male guest in the face' at her own reception Police identified 32-year-old because she was still in her wedding dress Bride spent first night of married life in jail after involvement in 12-man brawlAmy Ward was 'trying to defend husband from being attacked by guest' Groom, 54, was treated for cut to elbow as he tried to intervene in fightWedding guests watched as bride arrested and taken away by police | UPDATED: 02:02 GMT, 11 December 2012 And the bride wore… handcuffs.

Mr Fabricant, in custardy wig, loudly cheered pro-gay speakers

Mr Fabricant, in custardy wig, loudly cheered pro-gay speakers | UPDATED: 23:32 GMT, 10 December 2012 Sarcasm: Matthew Offord asked if polygamists would now be given a Government consultation Might bigamy be the next love that dare not speak its name The Commons yesterday had its first chance to discuss gay weddings in church.