Russian politician wanted for murder of Alexander Litvinenko marries student half his age 'who didn't know about the killing' Andrei Lugovoy, 46, wed in a lavish ceremony to 23-year-old student Xenia Lugovoy is the chief suspect in the murder of Mr Litvinenko He said his bride had 'never heard' of the murdered agent By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 20:52 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:40 GMT, 26 April 2013 The Russian politician wanted for the murder of Alexander Litvinenko has married in a lavish ceremony to a young bride who had 'never heard' of the dead former KGB agent.
BREAKING NEWS: Two people 'charged' over topless photographs of Kate Middleton Photographer under investigation named by legal sources as Valerie SuauShe took images of Kate in France in September and called them 'decent'But she's now facing trial along with publisher of French Closer magazine By Peter Allen PUBLISHED: 17:23 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:06 GMT, 24 April 2013 A woman photographer has been placed under formal criminal investigation for taking pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge as she sunbathed in France, it was revealed today. Legal sources in Paris said she was believed to be Valerie Suau, who took images of Kate in the south of the country in September.
Long school summer holidays should be consigned to history, Gove declares as he warns of more strikes by teaching unions Education Secretary calls for longer school days and shorter holidays Warns Britain is not keeping pace with other countriesUnions accused of putting teachers' needs before children By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 14:01 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:29 GMT, 18 April 2013 Education Secretary Michael Gove said children needed longer school days and shorter holidays to keep pace with other countries The traditional long summer school holiday is a relic of the 19th century and must be consigned to history, Michael Gove declared today. The Education Secretary said it was wrong that terms were still scheduled for a time when children were needed to help out on farms and most mothers stayed-at-home. And he warned of more strikes ahead, accusing unions of lacking ambition and putting the needs of teachers before those of children in their care.
What economic crisis Wedding bill rises to 22,000 (and bank of mum and dad foots much of the bill) Average cost has risen by more than 7,000 in a decade Number of guests has fallen by seven per cent from 101 to 94More than half of couples admit they share cost of big day with parents By John Stevens PUBLISHED: 23:26 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 28 March 2013 Counting the cost: The average wedding bill is now almost 22,000 (file photo) Any groom will know that there are some things you just don’t mention to a stressed-out bride.
'I'm married to a fitness instructor… but I'm too fat to work!' 30st mother has claimed 30,000 in sickness benefitsWendy Phillips admits to spending two decades eating junk foodMother-of-three claimed benefits since leaving care home job five years agoHusband Sean is qualified gym instructor and said to be 'disappointed''I was greedy and ate too many sausage rolls' says Wendy who wants gastric band surgery to cut life-threatening BMI of 76.8 By Toni Jones PUBLISHED: 00:02 GMT, 13 March 2013 | UPDATED: 09:43 GMT, 13 March 2013 They say opposites attract.
Female Oxford dons purposely adopt 'jumble sale' look in unwritten dress code that scruffiness is a sign of intellectual rigour Image Consultant Shenda Collins heard the comment from an Oxford employeeShe said she met PhD students afraid to look 'feminine or attractive' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:03 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:37 GMT, 22 February 2013 Dowdy: Dons and PhD students at Oxford University are afraid to look feminine and feel that a 'jumble sale' look is a sign of intellectual rigour (picture posed by model) They are some of the brightest women in the country.
Photographer is revealed as winner of national contest… on the day of his funeral: Stunning lightning strike captures first prizeDanny Beath collapsed outside his home from a heart attack'I just wish he'd known before he died,' says contest organiser and Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year, run by The Sunday Times. His latest win would have bagged him new camera gear and seen him travel to Papua New Guinea on a photo commission.
Advert that said skin cream could give you a body like Mila Kunis' is banned by watchdogAd promised Mila Kunis' look with its 'intensive formula'200ml costs 75 – but failed to convince ASA of its anti-cellulite properties By Sean Poulter PUBLISHED: 01:46 GMT, 16 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:50 GMT, 16 January 2013 A A beauty cream ad promising to give women the same body as Mila Kunis has been banned for being misleading. Rodial failed to convince experts at the Advertising Standards Authority that its anti-cellulite product could really deliver the promised effect.
Debt-hit soldiers are targeted by 3,300% payday loan firm… in MOD's own magazineLoans company sold advertising space in Ministry of Defence magazine Rising concern about the number of soldiers getting into debtNew recruits earn less than 14,000 a year and private are paid 18,000 | UPDATED: 01:15 GMT, 30 December 2012 Condemned: The MoD magazine that includes the advert for payday loans from Forces Loans, a company charging an APR of more than 3,300 per cent The Ministry of Defence was condemned last night for cashing in on the debts of its poorest soldiers by selling advertising space in its staff magazine to a payday loans company
Who's that girl looking just like Anne It's Annie's girl! With her pixie crop and pale skin, Tali Lennox is spitting image of mother in her 80s prime | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 29 December 2012 With her blonde pixie crop, pale skin and heavily made-up eyes, it could be pop queen Annie Lennox in her Eighties prime. But the girl posing cheekily for a photoshoot with the iconic Campbell’s soup can is actually Annie’s teenage daughter, Tali.