Mastermind behind plans to disrupt Thatcher funeral is Oxford student whose parents live in 700,000 house in Tunbridge Wells 25-year-old Dominic Francis studies at Oxford's Rushkin CollegeFanatics plan to 'celebrate' Iron Lady's death in Central London todayIf people do break the law they will be properly dealt with,' Mayor said By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 13:08 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:31 GMT, 13 April 2013 Dominic Francis has organised a demonstration on the Baroness Thatcher funeral route Protesters plan to disrupt Baroness Thatcher’s funeral by turning their backs on the funeral cortege as it passes. Thousands of people are supporting the plot as the eyes of millions of people turn on St Paul’s Cathedral next Wednesday. The architect of the protest is Dominic Francis, 25, whose parents live in a 700,000 home in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Right-wing extremists arrested in South Africa after 'nationwide bomb plot' that targeted President ZumaFour arrested for suspected bomb conspiracyANC says conference marquee targeted Fringe Afrikaner group admits members arrested | UPDATED: 15:19 GMT, 17 December 2012 South African police say they have foiled a plot to bomb a conference attended by President Jacob Zuma and dozens of top government officials. Four men aged between 40 and 50 were arrested on Sunday it has today been confirmed
The Sikh soldier who will be the first to guard Buckingham Palace without a bearskin as he'll be wearing a turban instead Jatinderpal Singh Bhullar, 25, has been allowed to break hundreds of years of tradition to observe his religion by the Scots Guards Has had to endure taunts from his Army colleaguesHe will look 'ridiculous' to tourists and onlookers, traditionalists sayHe has our full support, say MoD | UPDATED: 01:43 GMT, 2 December 2012 The British Army is embroiled in a damaging row after the first Sikh soldier allowed to wear a turban rather than a bearskin on ceremonial duties suffered abuse from his colleagues.
Two male 'white witches from Cornwall coven raped young girls during pagan rituals' Peter Petrauske, 72, from Falmouth, faces three charges of indecent assault and one of rapeJack Kemp, 69, also from Falmouth, faces 15 charges of sexual assault on youngsters aged between three and 15Truro Crown Court heard alleged abuse spans three decades | UPDATED: 20:58 GMT, 28 November 2012 Two men belonging to a ‘witches’ coven’ wore ceremonial robes and used daggers as part of ritualistic sex abuse on young girls, a court has heard. Peter Petrauske, 72, and Jack Kemp, 69, are said to have been involved in a pagan group of ‘white witches’ operating in Cornwall since the 1970s. The alleged abuse, spanning three decades, involved knives and melting wax, Truro Crown Court heard