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Ten years for 'wicked' hotel porter who raped a celebrity guest after sneaking into her bedroom while she slept Soby John, 25, let himself into the victim's room using his staff keycardIndian national took 'intimate' photos of the celebrity on his mobile phonePut his mobile number on her phone after the attack to make it look like they had swapped detailsCelebrity was 'very drunk' when she got back to her London hotel Attacker faces deportation after he has served his sentence By Rob Cooper PUBLISHED: 14:52 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:49 GMT, 16 April 2013 Attacker: Soby John, 25, let himself into the drunk woman's hotel room where he raped her A television star was raped in her hotel room by an Indian porter who was awaiting deportation, a court heard yesterday.
Homegrown fruit and veg back on menu as Britons turn to allotments to save money in struggling economyShare of homegrown produce rose from 2.9% to 5% between 2008 and 2011Economic downturn and celebrity chefs' campaigns credited for the rise | UPDATED: 23:33 GMT, 30 December 2012 Families are increasingly turning to homegrown produce as household budgets are squeezed by Britain's trouble economy and soaring fruit prices.
Don't write about fad diets': Women's minister tells magazines not to promote 'irresponsible' post-Christmas weight loss tips MP Jo Swinson urged magazines to ditch fad diets in new year editions In an open letter she said editors should encourage 'reasonable expectations' about weight loss | UPDATED: 10:42 GMT, 28 December 2012 Appeal: Jo Swinson co-founded the Campaign for Body Confidence Magazines have been urged to ditch New Year ‘miracle diets’ that promise to help readers shed the pounds they have piled on over the festive season. Jo Swinson, the Minister for Women and Equalities, claims such diets – which offer tips on how to lose up to a stone in a matter of days – encourage ‘dangerous’ behaviour and ‘self-hate’
Ready meals ‘better for you than TV chef’s recipe’: Dishes created by star cooks contain more calories than TV dinners Health warnings should be on cooking programmes, say researchersStudy compared nutritional content of chefs' recipes and ready mealsNo meal met all of WHO’s recommendations for a balanced healthy meal | UPDATED: 23:54 GMT, 17 December 2012 If you feel guilty about eating a ready meal while watching TV chefs making something from scratch, don’t worry – your food’s probably healthier than theirs. Researchers say programmes from the likes of Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson should carry health warnings or even be shown after the watershed, because the recipes contain hundreds more calories than TV dinners.
The turkey turnaround: Lower the cooking temperature, cut browning time and let it rest longer for a juicy dinner, say producersThe British Quality Turkey organisation's guide to the perfect Christmas bird | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 14 December 2012 If your Christmas turkey turns out so dry that only drowning in gravy can rescue it, maybe it’s time to change your cooking method.
Viva Forever Let’s hope it’s dead by Easter | UPDATED: 23:31 GMT, 13 December 2012 Good for the Spice Girls. They may just have performed their greatest service