Sunderland FC paying David Miliband more than top French striker Louis Saha as failed Labour leadership candidate rakes in 125,000 for 15 days"…

Sunderland FC paying David Miliband more than top French striker Louis Saha as failed Labour leadership candidate rakes in 125,000 for 15 days' work Former foreign secretary earns equivalent of 42,000 a weekHas made almost 1million on public speaking circuitConservative party chairman Grant Shapps questions value for money By Gerri Peev PUBLISHED: 01:01 GMT, 1 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:12 GMT, 1 January 2013 David Miliband is raking in the equivalent of 42,000 a week from troubled Premier League club Sunderland, more than their 40,000-a-week striker Louis Saha. The former foreign secretary has earned 125,000 for 15 days’ work since becoming a director of the football club in February 2011.

Miss Pennsylvania ordered to pay $5m to Donald Trump after claiming "trashy" Miss USA pageant was "fixed"

Miss Pennsylvania ordered to pay $5m to Donald Trump after claiming 'trashy' Miss USA pageant was 'fixed' Sheena Monnin claimed Miss Florida had seen a list of the five finalists before the show beganMonnin claimed the pageant was 'fixed' and 'trashy' | UPDATED: 21:25 GMT, 30 December 2012 A beauty queen who resigned after alleging that the Miss USA pageant had been fixed says she is stunned by a ruling that she must pay the pageant organization $5 million for defamation. Former Miss Pennsylvania USA Sheena Monnin said that the 'most logical course' would be to contest the arbitrator's ruling but she is considering her options

David and Goliath: Underwater photographer Octavio Aburto captures tornado of fish in rare video

Underwater photographer captures astonishing moment thousands of fish swirled into a deep sea tornado | UPDATED: 22:10 GMT, 17 December 2012 An underwater photographer has captured what can only be described as an undersea tornado of swirling fish seen mesmerizing divers off Mexico's coast.

BBC turns its back on talent and fame as it launches search for Britain"s Brightest

BBC turns its back on talent and fame shows as it launches search for Britain's Brightest Clare Balding will host the new show that will test contestants' intelligenceShow will take prime-time Saturday night slot over from The Voice | UPDATED: 10:30 GMT, 1 December 2012 Forget old-hat singing competitions or watching celebrities fine tune their Waltz, the BBC is launching a new entertainment show to find Britain's Brightest brain. The new show will next year take the prime-time Saturday night slot currently occupied by the much criticised singing contest The Voice. It is hoped Britain's Brightest will help promote intelligence rather than beauty or fame.