Fears over security in Parliament as it is revealed visitors tried to smuggle swords, knuckle-dusters and even a meat cleaver into the building

Fears over security in Parliament as it is revealed visitors tried to smuggle swords, knuckle-dusters and even a meat cleaver into the building At least five truncheons were found while two people brought in cannabis Over 100 people had knives on them when entering Palace of Westminster | UPDATED: 00:31 GMT, 31 December 2012 A meat cleaver, a catapult, and three swords were among hundreds of deadly weapons visitors have tried to smuggle into the Houses of Parliament, it has been revealed. At least five truncheons and two sets of knuckle-dusters have also been confiscated at Westminster's entry checkpoints sine the start of 2008, according to a Freedom of Information request, as were two amounts of cannabis. According to the data, no suspected explosive devices were uncovered at checkpoints and no real firearms, but three imitation guns were picked up – one in 2010, one in 2011 and one this year

Blackberry 10: Leaked images show what may be next generation of RIM"s mobile devices

Is this the new BlackBerry Newly leaked images show what may be the next generation of the device – with the same keyboard designPhotos that first showed up on Chinese website shows a device with same straight keyboard Operating system of new BlackBerry phones not yet knownResearch In Motion is expected to launch its next generation of mobile devices at the end of January | UPDATED: 20:57 GMT, 24 December 2012 Christmas has come early for those hoping to get a good look at the latest BlackBerry, as new images fresh off the rumor mill are believed to show the latest mobile device. If genuine, the photos give a close-up look at a previously unseen model complete with BlackBerry's classic keyboard design

Association for tanning salon owners claims sunbeds DON"T cause skin cancer… but it seems they"re still the only ones

Association for tanning salon owners claims sunbeds DON'T cause skin cancer… but it seems they're still the only ones | UPDATED: 19:08 GMT, 20 December 2012 Despite being associated with serious health risks, a new organization is touting the benefits of sunbed use. The World Health Organization classifies UV tanning devices as harmful and 'carcinogenic to humans', but the American Suntanning Association says it wants to 'factually dispel these myths'