‘Get me back to Belgravia’: Mother of six demands she is rehoused in exclusive suburb after a cap on housing benefit forced her out of 2MILLION home Stephanie Demouh was entitled to housing benefit because she was registered as a single mother She lived in a four bedroom house in Belgravia, near Sloane Square, for about three yearsGovernment housing cap resulted in Westminster Council moving family Demouh says she needs to live in the exclusive area so her children can get to school Westminster City Council says it will now investigate the case By Tara Brady PUBLISHED: 10:59 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:55 GMT, 17 March 2013 A mother-of-six who was forced out of a 2million home in one of London's most expensive areas after the government introduced a cap on housing benefit is demanding the council rehouse her in the same neighbourhood so her children can attend an elite school. Stephanie Demouh, originally from Togo, in west Africa, was entitled to the handouts because she claimed she was a single mother. She was allocated a four-bedroom house in Belgravia, near Sloane Square, where she has been living for about three years with her children.
Financial controller jailed for stealing 90,000 from property tycoon husband of Holly ValanceRoss Smith changed invoices then paid by star developers Christian and Nick CandyFiddle linked to interior design budget of One Hyde Park in London – the world's most expensive housing projectSmith jailed for two years and says theft was easy because of mogul pair's 'lax' financial controls | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 17 December 2012 A crooked financial controller was jailed for two years today for stealing 90,000 from the property tycoon husband of former Neighbours star Holly Valance. Ross Smith, 26, altered invoices to syphon cash from Candy & Candy, run by brothers Christian and Nick Candy, into three bank accounts in his name over a two-and-a-half-year period.
Clegg's 12m favour to charity backed by his wife: MPs demand inquiry into huge payment Booktrust announced it had secured 6m for each of the next two years while other charities will have to wait until next year Labour and Tories have called for an investigation after leaked emails showed one of Nick Clegg's aides lobbied for the charity to get the grantMiriam Clegg hosted a function for BooktrustMr Clegg's spokesman said there was nothing improper about his interest in the Booktrust grant | UPDATED: 01:37 GMT, 2 December 2012 Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg personally intervened to help a charity linked to his wife Miriam obtain 12 million of taxpayers’ money. Labour and Tories joined forces to call for an investigation last night after leaked emails showed one of the Lib Dem leader’s key aides lobbied for Booktrust to be given the grant, instead of competing with other charities. The organisation announced last week that it had secured 6 million for each of the next two years, while other charities will have to wait until next year – and some will get nothing