Nick Clegg reveals he buys his pants from Marks & Spencer but it"s not enough to stop sales slump

Too much information: Nick Clegg reveals he buys his pants from Marks & Spencer but it's not enough to stop clothing sales slump Deputy Prime Minister gives unnecessary insight into his shopping habitsRetailer reports 7th quarter of falling sales of clothing and homewareChief executive Marc Bolland under pressure after poor 2012 and disappointing Christmas sales. He has previously warned a new general merchandise management team led by John Dixon, the former boss of food, will not make a major impact on sales until M&S launches its autumn/winter collections in July. Too much information! Nick Clegg on dying his hair and what he…

Robber left fighting for his life after Swedish police shoot him in the HEAD after armed robbery

Robber left fighting for his life after Swedish police shoot him in the head during armed heistFire exchange between police and armed robbers caught on cameraFour men with AK47 assault rifles robbed jewellery shop in Sweden One robber shot in the head by police left with life-threatening injuries By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 02:24 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 03:14 GMT, 6 January 2013 Swedish police left an armed robber fighting for his life after they shot him in the head during a dramatic lunchtime fire-exchange. The 26-year-old man and three accomplices armed with AK47 assault rifles robbed a small jewellery shop in a shopping centre – located just 200 metres (650 ft) from the police station

Colombian company makes child-size bulletproof vests after Sandy Hook shooting

Colombian bulletproof clothing designer launches new CHILDREN'S line of vests and backpacks in wake of Sandy Hook massacre | UPDATED: 02:32 GMT, 31 December 2012 A Colombian company that makes stylish bulletproof clothing has launched a new line of child-sized vests and backpacks in the wake of the elementary school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.

Cancer patients who struggle to pay their energy bills: Thousands are behind with one in four owing more than 200

Cancer patients who struggle to pay their energy bills: Thousands are behind with one in four owing more than 200As much as 2.8million is owed by sufferers to heating companies in the UKThree in ten said that they have had to turn off the heating in the last three monthsAccording to Macmillan Cancer Support a third wore outdoor clothing inside | UPDATED: 08:55 GMT, 27 December 2012 Around 27,000 cancer patients in the UK are behind with paying their fuel bills Thousands of cancer sufferers are caught up in a 3million energy bills nightmare after falling behind with their payments, claims a leading charity. Around 27,000 cancer patients in the UK are behind with paying their fuel bills – with the debts of one in four exceeding 200. As much as 2.8million is owed by sufferers to heating companies in the UK, according to new research by Macmillan Cancer Support

Pneumonia patient, 86, sent home from hospital in freezing temperatures wearing just her night clothes

Pneumonia patient, 86, sent home from hospital in freezing temperatures wearing just her night clothes Eunice Williams' family were furious, as they had supplied plenty of warm clothingSo cold she nearly had hypothermia Wrexham Maelor Hospital has since apologised | UPDATED: 16:38 GMT, 21 December 2012 Eunice Williams was sent home wearing only a nightie and a thin dressing gown in sub-zero termperatures An 86-year pneumonia patient was sent home from hospital in sub-zero temperatures wearing just her nightdress and a thin dressing gown. The family of Eunice Williams were furious to discover the state she was in, especially as they had supplied plenty of warm clothing.

Army doctor Derek Keilloh found guilty of dishonest conduct over the death of Baha Mousa

Army doctor found guilty of dishonest conduct over the death of Baha Mousa after failing to spot dying Iraqi detainee's 93 injuriesBaha Mousa suffered 93 injuries following beating by British soldiersDoctor Derek Keilloh maintained he did not see victim’s broken ribs and other injuriesMedic was just 28 at time of incident and had only been in job eight weeksHe was today found guilty of misleading and dishonest conduct | UPDATED: 10:11 GMT, 17 December 2012 A former Army doctor failed to protect Iraqi detainees and acted dishonestly after the death of a prisoner, medical watchdogs ruled yesterday. Baha Mousa, 26, a hotel night receptionist who had been arrested by British soldiers in Basra, suffered 93 injuries while in custody

Neglectful mother, 30, abandoned her three young children and 12-month-old baby for FIVE days to go on trip to seaside

Neglectful mother, 30, abandoned her three young children and 12-month-old baby for FIVE days to go on trip to seaside Children discovered in filthy conditions and baby had a full nappyCupboards were empty apart from butter, milk and beerChildren found sharing ice cream out of a mug Mother from London claimed to have been 'checking hotel prices'She is given suspended sentence at Snaresbrook Crown Court | UPDATED: 17:51 GMT, 12 December 2012 A neglectful mother abandoned her young children for five days to go on a trip to Bournemouth seaside, a court heard. The four siblings, aged between one and 10, were left in filthy conditions and forced to fend for themselves while their 30-year-old single mother went to 'check on hotel prices'