Why folks Down Under are fed up with Fry: The TV presenter's show QI is on so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talentFormer senator tells Australian inquiry she wondered how viewers knew they were Down UnderHis quiz show has appeared on Australian Broadcasting Corporation so often, there are fears local talent is being killed off By Richard Shears PUBLISHED: 01:34 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 4 February 2013 Too much Stephen Fry's quiz show QI appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent If you think there’s too much Stephen Fry on British TV, spare a thought for Australians. His quiz show QI has appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent. Former senator Margaret Reynolds told an Australian parliamentary inquiry into ABC’s content that Fry was on the channel in Tasmania so often she wondered how viewers would know they were actually in Australia
Congressional aide says Obama to name former Senator Hagel for defense secretaryRepublican senators voice opposition to nomination of former colleagueHagel will likely face questions over his 'anti-Israel' views'He would be the most antagonistic secretary of defense toward Israel in our nation's history' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:16 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:46 GMT, 7 January 2013 President Barack Obama will today nominate the controversial former Republican Senator Chuck Hagel to be his defense secretary, a congressional Democratic aide has revealed.
BLACK DOG: Clegg can walk through walls! | UPDATED: 00:35 GMT, 23 December 2012 One of Nick Clegg's perks in his Cabinet Office base is use of the 'secret' door One of Nick Clegg’s perks in his Cabinet Office base is use of the ‘secret’ door between the building and No 10 – the one famously locked shut in Yes, Prime Minister to annoy Sir Humphrey Appleby. But what will happen when the Deputy PM is shortly forced by renovation works to relocate to the Scotland Office next door Simple.
City workers sparked mass brawl at Christmas party after broker discovers fiancee was cheating on him with colleague Robert Nicolson, 27, is accused of attacking IT worker Anthony Field at last year's Brewin Dolphin Christmas partyHis colleague Graham Sunderland also appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court | UPDATED: 23:47 GMT, 11 December 2012 A mass brawl erupted at the Christmas party of a top City investment firm after a broker discovered his fiance was cheating on him with a colleague, a court was told. Robert Nicolson, 27, is accused of attacking IT worker Anthony Field after a friend pointed him out. His actions allegedly ignited a fight that tore through staff from the prestigious financial house Brewin Dolphin.
It's a cracker: Incredible 100,000 festive light display which takes electrician ONE MONTH to build Stunning festive display in Melksham, Wilts, takes a month to put up and costs 30,000 | UPDATED: 01:57 GMT, 10 December 2012 Alex Goodhind was so determined his Christmas decorations would be the best ever this year, he took more than four weeks off work to prepare them. And with more than 180,000 bulbs, a searchlight that can be seen for almost four miles and an estimated 1,000 electricity bill for the month, he certainly didn’t disappoint. Indeed, his neighbours say you can see this extraordinary collection from space