Will Oscar Pistorius compete in London this summer? Paralympian has bail conditions relaxed so he can travel abroad

Will Oscar Pistorius compete in London this summer Paralympian who shot dead his girlfriend has bail conditions relaxed so he can travel abroad July meet at Olympic Stadium to showcase 'Paralympic champions of 2012'Pistorius won golds in both individual 400m event and the 4x100m relay South African star is charged with murdering girlfriend Reeva SteenkampHe can now leave the country to compete in international competitions Must provide authorities with travel plans at least a week before departureHis lawyer argued Pistorius had been effectively under 'house arrest'Pistorius did not attend the appeal, his next court appearance is June 4 . Pistorius won a gold medal in the individual 400m T44 event and another in the 4x100m relay.

Keeping up with the Jones! The multimillionaire neighbours who own the world"s most expensive apartments in London

Keeping up with the Jones! The multimillionaire neighbours who own the world's most expensive apartments in London By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:08 GMT, 3 March 2013 It is a central London apartment block with a price tag that only the world's richest can afford to pay. And the lavish apartments at the Candy & Candy development One Hyde Park has made the apartment block a billionaire-friendly zone. With apartments costing a cool 65m, it is unsurprising that only the wealthiest can afford to snap up the luxurious homes.

MPs may be sued over their second home profits if they refuse to hand over part of the profits they have made

MPs may be sued over their second home profits if they refuse to hand over part of the profits they have madeStandards authority will sue MPs who fail to return share of capital gainsAt least 10 MPs still to comply with expenses watchdogMPs forced to pay up tens of thousands since expenses scandal | UPDATED: 01:11 GMT, 24 December 2012 Former environment secretary Sir Jim Paice has agreed to pay 10,000 back to to the taxpayer The Commons expenses watchdog is preparing to take legal action against MPs who refuse to hand back a share of the profits they have made on taxpayer-funded second homes. The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority said it is looking at suing MPs who fail to return a share of the 'capital gain' from the increase in value of their homes over two years

Steve Jobs" custom-built superyacht impounded over 7million unpaid bill to designer Phillipe Starck

Steve Jobs' custom-built superyacht impounded over 7million unpaid bill to designer Phillipe Starck Jobs, who died last year after making his name and fortune at Apple, never got to use the yacht – called Venus Lawyer said Starck had received 6 million euros out of a 9 million euro commission for his work on the minimalist vessel | UPDATED: 15:11 GMT, 21 December 2012 A superyacht built for Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been impounded in Amsterdam because of a dispute over an unpaid bill to designer Philippe Starck.

Onwards to half a century! Keith Vaz selectively marks his 25 years in Parliament

Onwards to half a century! Keith Vaz selectively marks his 25 years in Parliament | UPDATED: 23:47 GMT, 19 December 2012 Publicity-loving Labour MP Keith Vaz, 56, distributes a booklet of pictures marking his 25 years in Parliament, containing generous tributes from David Cameron and Ed Miliband.

Mrs Jowell throws her toys out of the pram, again

Mrs Jowell throws her toys out of the pram, again | UPDATED: 00:33 GMT, 27 November 2012 Dame Tessa Jowell, recently ‘reconciled’ with husband David Mills, has now thrown all her toys out of her pram at the suggestion that the original separation back in 2006 was little more than a career-saving exercise.