Hound beaten to death and left on drive of hunt master "in attack by animal rights activists"

Did animal rights activists beat dog to death and leave its body on hunt master's drive Lee Peters was fined last year for racially abusing an anti-hunt protester Corpse dumped near a vandalised car with symbol from animal rights group By Paul Bentley PUBLISHED: 11:29 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 The dog was found dead on the driveway of Ross Harriers hunt master Lee Peters, pictured last year A huntmaster's dog was battered to death and dumped on his driveway in what may have been an attack by animal rights activists. Lee Peters, who was last year fined for racially abusing an anti-hunt protester, is said to be mortified after finding his pet. The corpse had been dumped near a vandalised car inscribed with a symbol for an animal rights group

Why do women stop wanting sex? Nearly HALF of all women will suffer from lost libido, with devastating consequences, but only now are the reasons are…

Why do women stop wanting sex Nearly HALF of all women will suffer from lost libido, with devastating consequences, but only now are the reasons are emerging | UPDATED: 02:23 GMT, 27 December 2012 With her stunning looks and voluptuous figure, Nicky Allen is used to turning men's heads. And with three marriages behind her, it's hardly surprising that people assume she must be sexually confident

Now that"s a Skyfall: The waterfall which looks like it starts off on the Milky Way

Now that's a Skyfall: The waterfall which looks like it starts off on the Milky Way | UPDATED: 03:28 GMT, 21 December 2012 Now we know how the Skyfall team came up with the title. The waterfall, located near the picturesque Hardangerfjord in Norway, appears to be flowing straight from the stars above. This particular twinkling cluster across the dark sky is nothing other than the Milky Way, and its reflection in the waterfall below makes the water appear bright white.

Record 24m jobs in private sector as the state payroll shrinks to its smallest number in a decade

Record 24m jobs in private sector as the state payroll shrinks to its smallest number in a decade Number of private sector workers has jumped by 627,000 in the past yearPublic sector now employs 5.7million compared to 23.9million employed by the private sectorJobless rate falls to 7.8% as 82,000 are no longer unemployed29.6million Britons now have a job – the highest number in historyAverage wage increases 1.8% leaving many worse off with inflation at 2.7%Figures also show 'deeply troubling' scale of long-term unemployment | UPDATED: 23:13 GMT, 12 December 2012 Around 24million people in Britain are working in the private sector, the highest number since records began, the Office for National Statistics said yesterday. Over the past year, the number of private sector workers has jumped by 627,000 – while the number of public sector workers has dropped by 128,000. The public sector is now the smallest it has been for a decade, employing 5.7million – while the private sector has hit 23.9million

Hospital consultant died on bike test run after pulling 115mph wheelie

Hospital consultant died on bike test run after pulling 115mph wheelieHeart expert Dr Andrew Richardson took a BMW S1000 RR super-bike out for a test run from a garage in north OxfordDr Richardson, who worked at Southampton General Hospital, Hants., texted his brother claiming to have 'pulled a wheelie at 115mph'BMW garage raised alarm when he didn't return from his test driveThe doctor was found in a ditch in Stonesfield by police at 5am the next day | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 8 December 2012 A leading hospital consultant was killed as he test-drove a top-of-the-range super-bike after boasting he had pulled a wheelie at 115mph, an inquest has heard. Heart expert Dr Andrew Richardson had taken the BMW S1000 RR out of a spin but died when he lost control on a double bend and was hurled into a ditch. Before his death the consultant cardiac anaesthetist sent a message from his phone claiming 'this bloody thing has just pulled a wheelie at 115mph in sixth gear on a country road.' Super-bike: Shortly before he died, Dr Andrew Richardson sent a text message to his brother claiming to have 'pulled a wheelie at 155mph' while test riding a BMW S1000 RR motorbike, pictured Salesmen at the BMW garage raised the alarm after Dr Richardson failed to return the superbike, which retails at more than 12,000, to them after he took it for a test drive

Congregation of St Michaels and All Angels Church, Daws Heath, complete construction of flatpack church with wood from Lapland

Give us this day our daily shed! Congregation complete Scandanavian FLATPACK church after spending 90 years worshipping in hut The 150-year-old Lapland wood is expected to last up to 200 yearsAssembly took just over three months thanks to team of up to 15 builders PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 4 December 2012 | UPDATED: 19:22 GMT, 4 December 2012 Worshippers have beaten Santa to it and imported their own gift from Lapland – this flatpack church – just in time for Christmas. For the past 90 years, the congregation of St Michael’s and All Angels Church, in Daws Heath, Essex, have had to make do with a First World War army hut. But with the hut falling into a state of disrepair, the Anglican congregation decided it was time to replace their old church with a brand new 560,000 building.

Government insists green drive will SAVE households 100 energy bills by 2020

Government insists green energy drive will SAVE households 100 on gas and electricity bills by 2020 | UPDATED: 19:12 GMT, 29 November 2012 The Government has set out its long-term proposals for the UK energy industry today, claiming that they will keep household energy bills lower over the next decade than would the status quo. Presenting the long-delayed Energy Bill to parliament, Energy Secretary Ed Davey said utility firms would be allowed to increase the 'green' levy from 3bn to 7.6bn a year by 2020, which according to most estimates could increase annual household bills by 100. However, Mr Davey maintained that household bills would be 7 per cent or 94 a year lower by 2020 than they would have been without the Bill's proposals