London semi where North Korean Supreme leader"s man keeps watch… on The X Factor

London semi where North Korean Supreme leader's man keeps watch… on The X Factor North Korean embassy is based near Acton Town tube station in a bay-windowed 1920s homeCarry On star Sid James lived down the same streetThe wife of Korean ambassador Hyon Hak Bong went out shopping as normal on Friday despite tensions in North Korea By Mail On Sunday Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:02 GMT, 6 April 2013 | UPDATED: 21:47 GMT, 6 April 2013 There is an unlikely corner of England that is forever North Korea. To get there, turn left out of Acton Town Tube station, right at the BP garage and walk past the cricket ground, but not quite as far as the mock-Tudor semi with the blue plaque where Carry On star Sid James lived

Specially trained dog raised the alarm when disabled owner fell into diabetic coma

Forget Lassie, Millie is my life-saver: Specially trained dog raised the alarm when disabled owner fell into diabetic coma Labrador saved owner Paul McKenzie after he passed out unconsciousPressed panic button with her paw and paramedics arrived'If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be here now,' he said | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 21 December 2012 If Paul McKenzie shouts ‘alarm’, his dog Millie is trained to press a panic button. But when he slipped into a diabetic coma, he was far beyond shouting – and seemingly beyond help. Millie, however, had other ideas.

TV debates "sucked the life" out of 2010 election, says Cameron as he hints he"s against the platform

TV debates 'sucked the life' out of 2010 election, says Cameron as he hints he's against the platformTories expected to propose a single leaders' debate with a different formatStrategists believe TV debates probably cost the party an overall majorityNick Clegg enjoyed surge of support after he was seen to 'win' first debateTories fear Labour will seek to position Ed Miliband against two established figures in an attempt to emulate Clegg's success | UPDATED: 21:40 GMT, 10 December 2012 David Cameron claimed that TV debates 'sucked the life' out of the general election campaign The TV debates which dominated the last general election are unlikely to be repeated after David Cameron claimed yesterday that they ‘sucked the life’ out of the campaign. The Conservatives are expected to propose a single leaders’ debate, probably taking place before the formal election campaign starts, with a different format to the three that took place in 2010. Tory strategists believe the TV debates, the first to take place in Britain, probably cost the party an overall majority at the last election

"Psycho" killer who laughed as he shot his victim tries to hold prison vicar hostage after his 30-year term is not cut

Boxing Day killer 'Psycho' Stapleton holds prison vicar hostage after losing appeal against whole life sentenceKiaran Stapleton pulled homemade weapon on vicar at Full Sutton prisonThe killer of Indian student Anuj Bidve angry he lost an appeal to have his 30-year sentence cutChaplain presses panic button and guards crashed in and disarmed himStapleton laughed as he shot his victim in an attack that shocked Britainlast Boxing Day | UPDATED: 12:14 GMT, 7 December 2012 'Psycho': Kiaran Stapleton, 21, was convicted of the murder of Indian student Anuj Bidve, 23, and last week tried to take his prison chaplain hostage A self-proclaimed 'psycho' killer who laughed as he shot a stranger in the head has tried to take his prison chaplain hostage after his appeal against a life sentence failed. Kiaran Stapleton, who bragged 'I can do 30 years standing on my head', wanted to seek revenge in an attack at Full Sutton prison near York.

BBC "reinvents" red button TV service with access to iPlayer and the internet

BBC 'reinvents' red button TV service so viewers can access iPlayer from their sofa Service aims to bring internet content to TV viewersInitially available to Virgin Media customers with Tivo boxes, and rolling out to other with internet connected TVs within months | UPDATED: 16:45 GMT, 4 December 2012 The BBC has revealed a radical new version of its red button interactive service.

Photographer waits three days to capture these incredible pictures of a great white shark

You've been snapped! Photographer waits three days to capture these incredible pictures of a great white shark leaping out of the water to catch rubber 'seal' mid-air | UPDATED: 10:50 GMT, 29 November 2012 This stunning picture captures the moment a great white shark leaps out of the water clutching a seal in its mouth. The amazing picture of the great white was taken by Dana Allen, 50, in False Bay, off Cape Town in South Africa. The photographer captured the shark in mid-air hovering above the water with a 'fake' seal in its mouth.