Boy, 15, breaks record with 189-0 win on FIFA and gamer makes 83,000 playing Call of Duty

He shoots, he scores… 189 times! Boy, 15, achieves biggest-ever FIFA win to seal place in record books with gamer who's earned 83,000 playing Call of Duty Jacob Gaby, 15, of Hertfordshire, played as Barcelona v Fulham on FIFAWill Johnson, 21, of Arkansas, earned money at Call of Duty tournamentsBrett Martin, 31, of Colorado, has 8,030 pieces of video game merchandiseMark Slevinsky, 30, of Canada, created the world's smallest arcade machine ” class=”blkBorder” /> Target: Will Johnson, 21, of Arkansas, became the Highest Earning Call of Duty Player after making 83,000 from winning four titles on the Major League Gaming Pro Circuit between 2009 and 2012 Jacob, who broke the record for the Highest Margin of Victory against the Computer on FIFA, came up with the idea while playing with his brother – and is on the game for around seven hours per week. THE TEENAGE FIFA MASTERName: Jacob GabyAge: 15Lives: Bushey, HertfordshireWorld Record: Highest Margin of Victory against the Computer on FIFA Final result: Barcelona 189 – Fulham 0Game time: 40 minutes (FIFA 12) Average goals: Five per minutePractice time: Seven hours per weekAdvice to budding record-breakers: 'You might not be the best at a game, but you might be the best at a certain aspect' ‘I never went out to achieve a record,’ he said

Speeding drivers on the M25 escape without tickets… Because new network of digital cameras hasn"t been switched on

Speeding drivers on the M25 escape without tickets because new network of digital cameras is NOT switched onNot a single ticket has been issued from the motorway's network of 36 overhead digital cameras over the past yearHighways Agency say 'technical and legal difficulties' have prevented it from switching on the camerasAround 500,000 drivers use the London orbital motorway every day | UPDATED: 07:50 GMT, 13 December 2012 Not a single driver breaking the speed limit on the M25 motorway has been issued with a ticket from its new overhead cameras over the past year. A network of 36 digital cameras has been installed along the busy London orbital motorway by the Highways Agency, but the machines are yet to be switched on, according to a report

Little girl whose TONGUE wouldn"t stop growing – and nearly suffocated her – can smile again thanks to surgery

Remarkable story of little girl whose TONGUE wouldn't stop growing – but now she can smile thanks to surgeryOlivia, now two, was born with syndrome that caused accelerated growth of her tongue. Doctors first noticed something amiss during a 4D scan The condition left her unable to eat or talk and she needed a tracheotomy to help her breathe It is now under control after three rounds of surgery and her parents say she is always smiling and is catching up with her peers | UPDATED: 23:19 GMT, 10 December 2012 A toddler born with a condition that meant her tongue wouldn't stop growing can now smile for the first time, thanks to surgery. Baby Olivia Gillies nearly suffocated because her tongue suffered 'accelerated growth' – caused by Beckwiths Wiedemann Syndrome

Is this our bravest soldier? Arthur Martin-Leake who won TWO Victoria Crosses in Boer War and WW1

Is this our bravest soldier Extraordinary story of medic who won TWO Victoria Crosses in two wars 12 years apart Lieutenant Colonel Martin-Leake one of just three soldiers to win two VCs Surgeon saved the lives of wounded comrades in Boer War with enemy riflemen just 100 yards awayAged 40, he feared he was too old to volunteer for the Western Front and travelled to Paris to enlist By Ian Drury PUBLISHED: 22:05 GMT, 7 December 2012 | UPDATED: 10:12 GMT, 8 December 2012 He was a medical man who tended to the sick and injured at a local hospital in the shires. But Arthur Martin-Leake became one of Britain's greatest war heroes — earning the Victoria Cross for extreme bravery not once, but twice.

Home trashed by Facebook and Twitter "Project XXX" party revellers while parents were on holiday

Man's home trashed by 21st birthday party revellers after it got out of control while parents were on holiday | UPDATED: 10:29 GMT, 5 December 2012 A man has admitted causing a public nuisance after more than 1,000 people turned up to his 21st birthday party which had been advertised on Twitter and Facebook. Revellers flooded to the party, dubbed Project XXX, at Oliver Boorman's parents' home in Tewin, Welwyn, Hertfordshire. The party was advertised on social networking sites Facebook and Twitter in the days leading up to the event on September 29.

Headmaster walked in on care worker at special school who had been having sex with pupil

Headmaster walked in on care worker at special school who had been having sex with pupil Amanda McNally, 41, was found hiding behind a bed with the half naked teenager in his room at the boarding school in HertfordshireThe boy – who suffers from epilepsy and is subject to seizures and depression – confessed to having sex with McNally the next dayMcNally, 41, from Ware, Hertfordshire, was jailed for 14 months and banned from ever working with children | UPDATED: 22:20 GMT, 4 December 2012 Prosecuted: The principal of a special school walked in on female care worker Amanda McNally, pictured, who had been having sex with a 17-year-old boy, it has emerged The principal of a special school walked in on a female care worker who had been having sex with a 17-year-old boy, it has emerged. Amanda McNally, 41, was found hiding behind a bed with the half naked teenager in his room at the boarding school in Hertfordshire. When the principal walked in, he saw a silhouette behind the bed.