Now give up your 240,000 pension, angry Lloyds shareholders tell ex-bank chief who presided over disastrous rescue of HBOSHBOS saddled with 238billion of debt had to be bailed out by LloydsCampaigners say pension should be paid to ordinary investors who lost outLloyds had to be bailed out with 20.5billion of taxpayers’ money in October 2008, weeks after its takeover rescue of HBOS By James Salmon PUBLISHED: 23:51 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:26 GMT, 11 April 2013 Lloyds shareholders called for former HBOS chief executive Andy Hornby to give up his 240,000 pension Furious Lloyds shareholders last night led calls for disgraced former HBOS chief executive Andy Hornby to give up his gold-plated pension worth more than 240,000 a year.
Wildfires destroy dozens of homes in Australia as crews battle flames in 42C heat Around 80 buildings destroyed on island state of TasmaniaSchool, police station and bakery burnt down in carnageHigh winds and scorching temperatures mean more fires likely By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:40 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:43 GMT, 6 January 2013 More than 40 fires are still raging on the island of Tasmania, as a result of the fiercest heatwave to hit Australia in more than a decade. Emergency services spent much of today searching burned-out vehicles and homes in the towns worst hit by the wildfires, which began on Thursday and have been fanned by strong winds
If the Mayan prophecy is true, just how might it all end on Friday Scientists foretell the cataclysms that could bring on DoomsdayComet or super-volcano named as most likely causes of the end of the worldPet dogs could transmit deadly plague of cancers carried by foxes | UPDATED: 14:24 GMT, 19 December 2012 They say it won't happen, at least not on Friday, but in the event the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world is right, scientists have foretold a raft of bloody and catastrophic fates for us all. Dark comets, famine, super-volcanoes, catastrophic climate change, and a plague of cancers are just some of the ends that could fulfill the prophecy.
Father admits neglecting his four-month-old son who died after television weighing five stone dropped on his headKian McMillan died from 'catastrophic injuries' at home in Burnley last year Father Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the floor after taking drink and drugsMother Natalie McMillan, 25, also admits child neglect but denies manslaughter | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 19 December 2012 A father has admitted neglecting his four-month-old son who died from 'catastrophic injuries' after a television fell on his head. Edward Hanratty, 41, was passed out on the kitchen floor after taking a cocktail of drugs and drink when the child's mother's allegedly knocked over the TV set as she attempted to move it to plug in a scart lead and watch a DVD.