Mastermind behind plans to disrupt Thatcher funeral is Oxford student whose parents live in 700,000 house in Tunbridge Wells 25-year-old Dominic Francis studies at Oxford's Rushkin CollegeFanatics plan to 'celebrate' Iron Lady's death in Central London todayIf people do break the law they will be properly dealt with,' Mayor said By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 13:08 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:31 GMT, 13 April 2013 Dominic Francis has organised a demonstration on the Baroness Thatcher funeral route Protesters plan to disrupt Baroness Thatcher’s funeral by turning their backs on the funeral cortege as it passes. Thousands of people are supporting the plot as the eyes of millions of people turn on St Paul’s Cathedral next Wednesday. The architect of the protest is Dominic Francis, 25, whose parents live in a 700,000 home in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Chocolate heaven! Room made entirely of Belgian’s finest where every single piece of furniture is edibleSculptor Elena Kliment used over 600kg of chocolate to make the loungeThe room features chocolate chairs, a table, a fireplace and a flower pot It took two months to prepare and two weeks of work to transform the chocolate into furniture and home decorations By Sarah Johnson PUBLISHED: 17:07 GMT, 11 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 12 March 2013 The world of home furnishings just got a whole lot tastier. A lounge made entirely out of chocolate has been unveiled in a shopping centre in Minsk, Belarus.
Economy SHRANK by 0.3% at the end of 2012, raising fears of a triple-dip recessionOffice for National Statistics announces negative growth for final quarter of last yearResulsts mean there was no growth overall for the whole of 2012 Nick Clegg admits government was wrong to cut funding for big building projects, damaging jobs and growth Boris Johnson says it is time to 'junk the rhetoric of austerity'IMF chief economist says the Chancellor should use the Budget in March to 'take stock' and change course , raising fears of a triple-dip recession. The figures are a devastating blow to David Cameron and George Osborne who were last night seen dining out in the Davos ski resort hours after being told of the grim economic figures.
Horror as landlord, 74, 'shoots dead two tenants' after dispute over parking cars in the driveway… just THREE MINUTES after police left the homePolice say James Pak shot three of his tenants after arguing with them on Saturday afternoonDerrick Thompson, 19, and his girlfriend Alivia Welch, 18, were killed; Thompson's mother Susan Johnson, 44, was wounded Police had been called to the home Saturday after an argument over parking turned physicalThe shooting occurred three minutes after they left the house | UPDATED: 21:08 GMT, 30 December 2012 A young couple was shot dead by their landlord after arguing with him over parking their cars in his driveway, police say
Salmon in the bushes, the drive washed away… Welcome to our future | UPDATED: 01:59 GMT, 30 December 2012 On Boxing Day, the BBC was continuing to advise travellers not to head ‘west of Taunton’ and a reporter had been embedded for days at Tiverton Parkway. Yes
Terminally ill mother-of-two records heartbreaking YouTube video before she died just days before Christmas | UPDATED: 20:19 GMT, 26 December 2012 Jennifer Johnson's children may be too young to understand why she died of heart disease last week, but the emotional video that she made in an effort to raise funds for the cost of her care will be a tender reminder for them later in life. The 30-year-old mother in Cape Coral, Florida died December 17 but her memory lives on as the video that she made telling her story continues to gain fans online. Johnson used the popular method of looking straight at the camera while cycling through flash cards which tell her story to viewers.
Video mash-ups and song parodies to be legalised (just as long as they are funny) Copyright law shake-up to make it easier to transfer files between devicesiPod and e-book users will not be criminalised if copy is for personal useRecord companies will not be able to block song parodies | UPDATED: 16:29 GMT, 21 December 2012 Film companies and record labels will not be able to force mash-ups and spoofs to be taken down from the internet under a major shake-up of copyright law. Ministers have vowed to legalise parodies after countless viral hits have disappeared from sites like YouTube because multi-national firms failed to see the funny side
Gangam Style becomes first video to reach ONE BILLION views on YouTube five months after it was uploaded Gangnam Style has now been watched one billion times on YouTubeThe smash hit has overtaken Justin Bieber's Baby as the website's most-viewed video PUBLISHED: 18:10 GMT, 21 December 2012 | UPDATED: 18:58 GMT, 21 December 2012 Pop sensation: South Korean rapper Psy's video for his global hit Gangnam Style has become the first to reach one billion views on YouTube South Korean pop sensation Gangnam Style has become the first video to reach one billion views on YouTube. The video by pop star PSY was uploaded in July, and shows the singer making fun of the extravagant lifestyle of the residents of Gangnam, the neighbourhood where he grew up in the capital, Seoul.
Charlie Brooks spills the beans at Christmas party | UPDATED: 00:56 GMT, 19 December 2012 Currently on remand for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, racehorse trainer Charlie Brooks – adoring husband of flame-haired former News International boss Rebekah Brooks – told guests at a Christmas party yesterday: ‘I was leaving the house for the first day of Cheltenham when 18 bobbies turned up.
Give us an EU referendum before 2015 election, urges Boris as he says it would not be ‘the end of the world’ if Britain leftLondon Mayor says public pressure on referendum has become unstoppableHe has acknowledged is unlikely to see one before 2015Three opinion polls have revealed UKIP as the country's third political party | UPDATED: 01:34 GMT, 17 December 2012 Boris Johnson yesterday called for a referendum on Europe before the 2015 election – and said it would not be ‘the end of the world’ for Britain to leave. The London Mayor insisted that he would like Britain to remain within a common market-style European Union, if David Cameron can negotiate a deal that sees us freed from costly employment regulations and wasteful initiative like the Common Agricultural Policy. But he said public pressure for a referendum on Europe – including the question of Britain’s membership of the EU – had become unstoppable.