TV Hotel Inspector Ruth Watson gets a taste of her own medicine as she launches legal bid after her restaurant was given just ONE star out of FIVE for food hygiene62-year-old furious after The Crown and Castle in Suffolk was poorly rated Suffolk Coastal District Council carried out the inspection in November Certain dishes have been removed from the menu because of rating 'We strongly disagree with the score we have received' said Mrs Watson By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 09:41 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:07 GMT, 4 January 2013 Angry: Top food writer and broadcaster Ruth Watson has launched a legal challenge after inspectors gave her hotel The Crown and Castle just one star out of five for food hygiene As a top food writer and broadcaster, Ruth Watson is used to giving advice to struggling hoteliers desperate to revive their fortunes. But it seems the 62-year-old could do with some advice of her own after her rural hotel restaurant received a damning critique
Theresa May faces court battle over decision to strip 'kidnapped extremist' of British citizenship Mahdi Hashi, 23, went missing in Somalia and is now on trial in New YorkHis lawyers claim the Home Secretary's order put him at risk | UPDATED: 22:02 GMT, 29 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May is to face a court challenge over her decision to strip a British man of his citizenship just weeks before he was allegedly kidnapped by American forces and put on trial in New York. Lawyers for Mahdi Hashi, 23, who went missing in Somalia in the summer, are to ask judges to overturn Mrs May’s order which, they say, left him stateless and at the mercy of US secret agents.
Is it really the same guy What happened when a man spent an entire YEAR without shavingDave Phillips, 27, preparing to finally lop beard off on New Year's DayWill be able to give newborn baby girl a smooth kiss for the first timeChallenge so far raised 1,000 for armed forces charity Help 4 Heroes | UPDATED: 21:55 GMT, 27 December 2012 A father is preparing to kiss his newborn baby for the first time after he went the whole of 2012 without shaving. Dave Phillips, 27, took part in last year's Movember, but thought one month without shaving was too easy. So the warehouse worker took facial hair growing to the next level by not shaving for a whole year
Walking in the air! World's 'scariest' and highest suspension bridge opens 1,5000ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps The bridge is almost 10,000ft above sea levelThe structure cost 1 million to build, is 330ft long and 3ft wideAt its official opening a snowstorm hid what lay beneath to visitors | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 17 December 2012 The world's scariest bridge has been opened – a pedestrian walkway suspended 1,500ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps.
Don't look down! World's 'scariest' and highest suspension bridge opens 1,5000ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps The bridge is almost 10,000ft above sea levelThe structure cost 1 million to build, is 330ft long and 3ft wideAt its official opening a snowstorm hid what lay beneath to visitors | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 17 December 2012 The world's scariest bridge has been opened – a pedestrian walkway suspended 1,500ft above a glacier in the Swiss Alps. Engineers have spent the past five months building the Titlis Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge at 9,000ft above sea level. The structure, which cost 1 million, is 330ft long but just 3ft wide and sits a vertigo-inducing 1,500ft above a glacier
Sir Richard Branson offers BA boss a 1m bet over Virgin Atlantic deal – but gets a 'knee in the groin' instead Billionaire Sir Richard Branson sells 49 per cent stake in airline to DeltaAmerica’s largest carrier will help keep Virgin Atlantic alive and take on BA Branson tries to bet BA boss Willie Walsh 1m that airline will flourishBut Walsh says he hasn't got 1m and offers him 'knee in the groin' instead | UPDATED: 20:50 GMT, 11 December 2012 See Sir Richard's Announcement Below: The boss of British Airways’ parent company Willie Walsh has bet Sir Richard Branson ‘a knee in the groin’ that Virgin Atlantic will not survive five years. And Sir Richard has accepted the remarkable challenge – saying the painful debt will be paid out to the loser at the winner’s headquarters. The unusual ‘below the belt’ wager came after America's largest airline, Delta, took a 49 per cent stake in Virgin Atlantic under a major deal announced today.
'Bungling Balls' has destroyed chances of leading Labour after lacklustre response to Osborne's Autumn statement, claims fellow opposition MP Bassetlaw MP John Mann said any speculation over a leadership challenge by Ed Balls is 'dead and buried' | UPDATED: 00:51 GMT, 9 December 2012 Ed Balls’s hopes of replacing Ed Miliband as Labour leader have been ‘buried’ by his bungled Commons onslaught on George Osborne last week, a Labour MP claimed last night. Bassetlaw MP John Mann said the Shadow Chancellor’s lacklustre response to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement plans to slash welfare and raise taxes for the well-off had damaged Mr Balls’s leadership prospects – and made Mr Miliband’s position secure.
Schoolboy lover, 16, jailed for 'dreadful violent killing' of girlfriend’s disabled toddler as she desperately tried to 'hush up their affair'Cameron Rose was jailed for five years after being found guilty of manslaughter but cleared of the murder of Rhys Lawrie last month Rhys’s mother Sadie Henry, 28, lied to police about relationship with Rose | UPDATED: 00:56 GMT, 30 November 2012 A secret schoolboy lover who abused and killed his girlfriend’s disabled son was jailed for five years yesterday. Cameron Rose was 16 when he swung three-year-old Rhys Lawrie into a wall, breaking his leg and causing fatal injuries. Just four days earlier the little boy, who could barely speak and was prone to seizures, had been discharged from hospital despite being hit so hard in the face that he suffered brain damage
The return of Sarkozy: Ex French president called in after his party go to war over who should succeed himCrisis threatens to tear Sarkozy's conservative opposition party apartSarkozy meets his former Prime Minister Francois Fillon over lunch | UPDATED: 07:43 GMT, 27 November 2012 Nicolas Sarkozy has been called in to stop France’s right-wing opposition descending into civil war. Yesterday, the former president met Francois Fillon, one of the two men locked in an increasingly vicious dispute over who will succeed him as leader of the conservative UMP. Mr Fillon is mounting a legal challenge to rival Jean-Francois Cope’s razor-thin victory.