Thief Christopher Coulthard who cycled around Britain stealing from over 600 church charity tins

Shrinking 'collection boxes ain't what they used to be': Complaint of thief who cycled around Britain stealing from over 600 church charity tinsChristopher Coulthard jailed for four years at Hull Crown Court yesterdayTargeted collection boxes and antique safes in churches around countryBelieved to be responsible for more than 600 church burglaries in Britain By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 13:15 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:54 GMT, 25 April 2013 Prolific: Christopher Coulthard, 50, was jailed for four years at Hull Crown Court for stealing from church collection boxes During his lifetime of sin Christopher Coulthard has crossed the country on his bicycle stealing from more than 630 churches. And after his latest arrest this unrepentant thief complained to probation workers that ‘collection boxes are not what they used to be’, a court heard

Duke of Devonshire evicts farmer whose family have worked on his estate since 1830 – because rent was a day late

Duke of Devonshire evicts farmer whose family have worked on his estate since 1830 – because rent was a day lateEdward and Elizabeth Hill served with 'notice to quit' Chatsworth House Parkinson's sufferer Mr Hill, 63, forgot to pay 2,000 in overdue rentHe immediately paid up after being served with the noticeBut the couple's tenancy was terminated by the estate anyway By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 22:47 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:48 GMT, 21 March 2013 Letter: The Duke of Devonshire has evicted a farmer from his Chatsworth House estate because the rent was a day late For almost two centuries his family has run a farm on the Duke of Devonshire’s famous Chatsworth estate.

A golden glow? We"d rather be orange! Sales of dark shades of fake tan outsell lighter products by three to one

A golden glow We'd rather be orange! How dark shades of fake tan outsell lighter products by three to oneSolait Dark Tan now accounts for 50 per cent of fake tan sold in SuperdrugFake tan sales are worth 100m in Britain and one third of woman use it By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 23:15 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:03 GMT, 4 March 2013 It’s the perfect image for reality TV stars from Essex or a footballer’s WAG. But the deep bronzed or orange fake tan look isn’t just popular with wannabe stars keen to catch the eye of the paparazzi and stand out from the crowd. For young women across the country are buying the darkest shade of tan by the bucketful to splash on for nights out.