Labour has biggest lead over Tories for a decade as women turn on David Cameron

Labour surges 12 points ahead in polls to biggest lead over the Tories in a decade as women voters desert David Cameron ICM/Guardian: Labour 41%, Conservatives, 29%, Lib Dems 13%, UKIP 9%Female voters deserting Tories for Labour – 26% more would vote for themIn/out referendum promise has not stopped UKIP gaining votesLabour lead despite lack of faith in Ed Miliband as leaderOnly 18% asked thought him 'good in a crisis' – half PM's rating By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 11:44 GMT, 12 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:04 GMT, 12 February 2013 Labour has surged to its biggest lead over the Tories in the polls for a decade as female voters continue to desert the Prime Minister. If a General Election was held today Ed Miliband's party would probably secure 41 per cent of the vote while David Cameron's Conservatives would get 29 per cent – down four per cent in a month

Huguette Clark: Relatives" fight for the reclusive New York heiress"s $300m fortune

The battle for Huguette Clark's fortune: Relatives' fight for the reclusive New York heiress's $300million intensifies as the death of an 'heir' means they have even more to gain…or lose Death of homeless man who didn't even know he was a millionaire adds an extra $19million to surviving relatives' 'inheritance' Fight will go before a jury this year if no settlement is reached /05/23/article-2148679-133F2C05000005DC-579_634x474.jpg” width=”634″ height=”474″ alt=”Wealth: Huguette (right) is pictured as an 11-year-old with her father and sister Andree in this 1917 photo” class=”blkBorder” /> Wealth: Huguette (right) is pictured as an 11-year-old with her father and sister Andree in this 1917 photo Great wealth in the Gilded Age but Huguette's copper mining fortune never brought her happiness Huguette's is a strange and sorry tale. When she died two weeks shy of her 105th birthday the only people present at her burial were funeral home employees. 'Everything stopped for her when her mother died' She had spent the the final two decades of her life in seclusion in New York's Beth Israel Hospital

Middle class care bill fiasco: PM backed 35,000 cap on fees – now elderly face paying double

Middle class care bill fiasco: PM backed 35,000 cap on fees… now elderly couples face paying as much as 150,000Couples could face 150,000 care bill under new plansCameron initially backed 35,000 contribution cap, now it could be 75,000Older people face selling their homes to cover costs | UPDATED: 02:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Support: Prime Minister David Cameron initially backed setting the contribution cap for people who need residential care at 35,000