Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record

Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:02 GMT, 28 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 28 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315959', 'title': 'Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315959/Race-aisle-750-brides-cross-Derry-bridge-beat-world-record.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Race%20you%20to%20the%20aisle!%20750%20brides%20cross%20Derry%20bridge%20to%20beat%20world%20record%20http://bit.ly/ZVXZRY%20via%[email protected]' }); They don't call it the Wedding March for nothing. But this sea of brides – from a 91-year-old to a woman on the way to her own reception – were more interested in walk up a bridge for charity than walking up the aisle.

Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead: "We"ll only play 5 seconds" say bungling BBC over Margaret Thatcher protest song

BBC fudge 'hands victory to Trots': Chart show will 'only play five seconds of Ding Dong The Witch is Dead' as row over Thatcher protest single escalatesSong has now sold 20,000 copies since Thatcher's death on Monday It has been pushed up the charts due to an internet campaignBBC confirms it will play it on Radio 1 this Sunday – but a shorter versionDirector General Tony Hall: 'I do believe it would be wrong to ban the song outright as free speech is an important principle'The track, which costs 79p online, is currently No1 on iTunes , Osterode am Harz, Germany — Illustration – an old woman is using facebook on her iPhone.

How much driving convictions add to your insurance bill: Premiums can more than double for drink-drivers

How much driving convictions add to your insurance bill: Premiums can more than double for drink-drivers Those caught drunk at the wheel face paying 115% more on car insuranceMost common offence of speeding increases premiums by more than a thirdUninsured drivers pay 131% more than they would have paid in the first case By Ray Massey PUBLISHED: 02:00 GMT, 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:03 GMT, 27 February 2013 Drivers can see their insurance premiums double as a result of motoring convictions, research reveals today. Those caught drunk at the wheel face paying 115 per cent more, while defective tyres invite a 69 per cent penalty. Speeding, which accounts for almost two thirds of offences, increases premiums by more than a third.