Welcome to poundland: Thousands clamour for the 20 Victorian terraced properties on sale for 1 EACH

Welcome to poundland: Thousands clamour for the 20 Victorian terraced properties on sale for 1 EACHMore than 100 people fighting for every Victorian house Council desperate to prompt regeneration in one of Liverpool's most impoverished areas By Jaya Narain PUBLISHED: 22:53 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:02 GMT, 2 March 2013 A house in Kensington, Liverpool may not have the airs and graces of a Georgian mansion in the desirable SW1 district in London.

British mother, 41, collapses and dies while singing karaoke at five star resort in Egypt

British mother, 41, collapses and dies in front of family while singing karaoke at five star hotel in EgyptLeah Rice, 41, believed to have had a heart attack at the Red Sea resort The mother-of-one was due to return to the UK tomorrowHer firm's Facebook page was deluged with messages of condolence By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 16:34 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 31 January 2013 A British businesswoman has died while singing karaoke on holiday at the popular Sharm-el Sheikh resort in Egypt.

Fugitive Eastern European criminal entered UK legally and raped two women in knife-point attacks

Fugitive Eastern European criminal entered UK legally and raped two women in knife-point attacks , Butkus followed a 39-year-old woman he and his friends met in a kebab shop after a night out. When she got home she invited Butkus in for a drink but then found her daughter's moneybox had been smashed and him in her bedroom

Waiting on a freezing platform at 6am and not even getting a seat – Rail Minister FINALLY realises what it"s like to take the train to work

Waiting on a freezing platform at 6am and not even getting a seat: Transport Minister FINALLY realises what it's like to take the train to workOutcry when it was revealed Simon Burns was being driven to workReported that the chauffeur-driven car cost the taxpayer 80,000 a yearAfter pressure from commuters he decided to 'adjust' his travel Tory MP pictured taking train from Chelmsford to London for third day By David Wilkes PUBLISHED: 02:00 GMT, 11 January 2013 | UPDATED: 05:17 GMT, 11 January 2013 Pledging to take the train seemed to be causing quite a strain for Simon Burns yesterday.

They were treated like dogs waiting to be put down, says son of death pathway couple

'They were treated like dogs waiting to be put down': Son of couple put on 'death pathway' blasts decision to withdraw treatment War veteran Charles Futcher died after being put on Liverpool Care PathwayWife Hilda who was also put on pathway, died ten days after her husband Son Charles Futcher said the decision was made without family consentMail revealed 60,000 patients die a year on pathway without their consent | UPDATED: 10:44 GMT, 1 January 2013 A war veteran and his wife died within days of each other after being put on the Liverpool Care Pathway without consent. Charles Futcher, 90, who fought in the battle of El Alamein, died alone in a care home after he was put on the controversial end-of-life process. Ten days later his wife Hilda, 89, died in the same home after she too was given sedatives and had vital food and fluids withdrawn under pathway procedures

60,000 patients put on death pathway without being told but minister still says controversial end-of-life plan is "fantastic"

60,000 patients put on death pathway without being told but minister still says controversial end-of-life plan is 'fantastic'Pathway involves the sick being sedated and usually denied nutrition and fluidsFamilies kept in the dark when doctors withdraw lifesaving treatmentHealth Secretary Jeremy Hunt said pathway was a 'fantastic step forward'Anti-euthanasia group said: ‘The Pathway is designed to finish people off double quick' | UPDATED: 01:44 GMT, 31 December 2012 Up to 60,000 patients die on the Liverpool Care Pathway each year without giving their consent, shocking figures revealed yesterday.

Dead at 83, Tory MP who blamed the fans for Hillsborough in notorious Sun front page

Tory MP who blamed the fans for Hillsborough in notorious Sun front page dies aged 83Sir Irvine Patnick accused Liverpool fans of causing HillsboroughThe former Tory MP later apologised for his comments | UPDATED: 23:22 GMT, 30 December 2012 The former MP accused of saying Liverpool fans caused the Hillsborough tragedy has died aged 83. Sir Irvine Patnick represented Sheffield Hallam – now Nick Clegg’s constituency – from 1987 to 1997. He was criticised in the Hillsborough Independent Panel’s report in September, which named him as The Sun newspaper’s source for its ‘The Truth’ story, smearing Liverpool fans after the disaster in which 96 died.

Care worker, 25, almost blinded and loses eyebrows for life after they were tinted with chemicals at beauty salon

Care worker, 25, almost blinded and loses eyebrows for life after they were tinted with chemicals at beauty salonNatasha Henshaw, 25, left in agony after waxing sessionTreatment left pores open before tint was appliedDoctors say it is unlikely her eyebrows will grow back PUBLISHED: 12:49 GMT, 18 December 2012 | UPDATED: 13:19 GMT, 18 December 2012 A mother-of-one has had her eyebrows permanently burned off during a bungled routine tinting session. Care worker Natasha Henshaw was nearly blinded when the tint was applied after her eyebrows had been waxed, leaving her pores open to the chemicals The 25-year-old from Dingle, Liverpool, was left in searing pain and awoke the next day to find her eyebrows 'scattered all over' her face. Doctors say it is unlikely her eyebrows will ever grow back.

Are those sleigh bells I hear? No it"s a phone call from work: Half of us expect Christmas to be interrupted

Are those sleigh bells I hear No it's a phone call from work: Half of us expect Christmas to be interruptedOver a quarter fear having to work over the holiday and a fifth think they will be 'plagued' by work concernsA third say they have been bothered more than once over the festive season PUBLISHED: 01:29 GMT, 17 December 2012 | UPDATED: 01:29 GMT, 17 December 2012 It is meant to be a time dedicated to family and friends when we can leave our troubles behind. But half of us (50 per cent) expect Christmas to be interrupted by work and three-quarters (73 per cent) worry about their job in the run up to the festive season, a survey has found. More than a quarter of people (27 per cent) fear they will miss out by having to work over the holiday while more than one-in-five (23 per cent) worry their Christmas will be plagued by work concerns

Moments after coming off the Care Pathway, my mother was enjoying a G&T and scrambled eggs – and lived for another seven precious weeks

Moments after coming off the Care Pathway, my mother was enjoying a G&T and scrambled eggs – and lived for another seven precious weeks | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 7 December 2012 When my mother was taken off the Liverpool Care Pathway, after more than four days without food or fluids, the first sentence she uttered was this: ‘Institutional scrambled eggs are usually revolting — but these are quite delicious.’ They didn’t sound to me like the words of someone for whom all hope had gone, as I’d been told at the beginning of the week. This was on Thursday, October 11, this year.