White House imposes picture black-out on Obama"s boys" weekend golf with love-cheat Tiger Woods

Why so shy, Mr President White House imposes picture black-out on Obama's '$1million' golf holiday with love-cheat TigerPlayed with famous philanderer on Sunday after eight-hour lesson with Woods' former coach on SaturdayKept press out of the weekend and didn't release any picturesThree planes breach no-fly zone overheadCost of Air Force One trips to and from Florida, along with hotel rooms, greens fees and exclusive golf lessons comes to $989,207 , it cost $179,750 per flight hour to run Air Force One. Going off that rate- even though it is likely higher now since gas prices have risen- the cost of the flights to Florida and back to Washington on Monday totaled $943,687.50.

Michael Gove: Headteachers can dock the pay of staff who take industrial action

Cut pay of teachers who work to rule, Michael Gove orders headsEducation Secretary writes to heads advising that a 'robust response' is needed to union actionSome members of the NUT and NASUWT are working to rule, having a 'severe impact' on children's education, minister warns Staff refusing to cover lessons or produce lesson plansUnion leaders say it is an escalation of Mr Gove's 'war on teachers' | UPDATED: 01:19 GMT, 13 December 2012 Enlarge Education Secretary Michael Gove wrote to headteachers, advising a 'robust response' to striking staff, including cutting pay Headmasters were yesterday told to slash the pay of teachers taking industrial action after thousands joined a campaign of disruption. Members of the National Union of Teachers and rival NASUWT have been working to rule complaining about pay, pensions and working conditions

It"s grim down South: Exhibition of images show the dark humour to be found in even the grittiest corners of London

It's grim down South: Exhibition of images show the dark humour to be found in even the grittiest corners of London S*** London blog started out as a Facebook groupMembers of the public send in pictures of funny everyday mishapsBest entries will now be shown in an exhibition | UPDATED: 16:14 GMT, 5 December 2012 The UK may be in the grip of the worst economic crisis in history – but at least we haven't lost our sense of humour. A new exhibition showcases a series of unintentionally hilarious sights captured by Londoners in their city during 2012.