You can"t say that, I told her – it"s too rude

You can't say that, I told her – it's too rude PUBLISHED: 00:19 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:02 GMT, 9 April 2013 In the twice-weekly battles at Prime Minister’s Questions, NORMAN TEBBIT recalls how no other Opposition leader had ever worked so hard or so purposefully. He realised Margaret Thatcher could absorb facts like a sponge — and could squeeze them out just as easily.

Woman dies after paddling in the sea on Christmas Day at Hastings beach

Woman dies after paddling in the sea on Christmas Day A woman has died in hospital after she was dragged out to sea at HastingsThe woman was paddling in the sea when she was hit by a waveThree people attempted to rescue the woman who suffered head injuries | UPDATED: 17:10 GMT, 26 December 2012 A woman has died after she got hit by a wave and swept out to sea while paddling on Christmas Day, police have said. The woman, who is believed to have suffered head injuries after colliding with a groyne, was recovered from the sea and taken to hospital, where she has today died

Wife of paralysed motorbike stunt rider Eddie Kidd charged with beating him on numerous occasions

Wife of paralysed motorbike stunt rider Eddie Kidd charged with repeatedly beating him Estranged wife Samantha Kidd charged with six counts of assault by beatingEddie, 53, recently split from his wife after five years' marriageMrs Kidd was arrested by police following reports of domestic violence | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 21 December 2012 The estranged wife of tragic motorcycle stunt rider Eddie Kidd has been charged with beating the severely disabled star.

Anyone for Heinz Stitchup or Tabasew Sauce? Artist creates woollen versions of classic dishes and treats

Anyone for Heinz Stitchup or Tabasew Sauce Artist creates woollen versions of classic dishes and treats | UPDATED: 03:29 GMT, 21 December 2012 Ever fancied some Hotdogs in Wool with a bit of Tomato Stitchup and a dash of Tabasew Sauce Some of the world’s most famous food brands have been given the woollen treatment by a British artist with a penchant for crocheting. Kate Jenkins, 41, spends hours turning balls of wool into well-known brands and packages, including Heinz ketchup, Campbell's tomato soup, Coca-Cola, and Starbucks. Cola knits: The artists spends hours with her crochet hook and wool to re-create iconic food and drinks brands such as Coca Cola Ms Jenkins, from Brighton, East Sussex, incorporates wordplays into most of her works, turning your average tins and tubs into 'Crochet Cola', 'Tomato Stitchup', and 'Woolin' Donuts', works which sell for over 600 each.

Hilarious hoax video of rude signs hidden in Brighton"s Christmas lights… but what would Santa say!

What would Santa say! Hilarious hoax video of rude images and angry messages hidden in city's Christmas lights Footage from Brighton city centre appears to show images of lewd actsBut satirical website was responsible for putting together creative spoofGroup of local businesses put lights up every Christmas at cost of 100k | UPDATED: 21:46 GMT, 13 December 2012 This is the hilarious video showing rude images and angry messages hidden in a city’s Christmas lights that has gone viral online. But it turns out that the footage of Brighton city centre – which appears to show pictures of lewd acts and messages such as ‘I Hate My Job’ – is a creative spoof posted by satirical website The Poke

Woman takes picture of herself on mobile phone stolen at nightclub then unwittingly sends it to owner

Woman takes picture of herself on mobile phone stolen at nightclub then unwittingly sends it to owner The photo was taken using an app which allows the owner to track their stolen mobile phoneThe iPhone 4 was stolen from a nightclub earlier this monthThe phone owner, armed with the photo and location information, contacted police | UPDATED: 07:50 GMT, 11 December 2012 A woman has unwittingly taken a picture of herself on a stolen iPhone that has then been sent to its rightful owner.

Homeless people to sleep in shipping containers as Brighton tries to tackle its housing crisis

Homeless people to sleep in shipping containers as Brighton tries to tackle its housing crisis Local housing trust wants to use converted containers to help people while they search for permanent homeEach container comes with bathroom, kitchen and plasterboarded wallBrighton and Hove suffering housing crisis caused by low wages, expensive house prices and soaring rents | UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 29 November 2012 Shipping containers could be used as temporary accommodation for homeless people to help solve a city's housing crisis. A housing trust in Brighton wants to use the 36 adapted containers as a stop-gap for people without a permanent home