Marks & Spencer opens shop in the marketplace where its founder first set up stall 130 years ago

The return of the Penny Bazaar: Marks & Spencer goes back to its roots by opening shop in marketplace where founder first set up stall 130 years agoRetail giant opens Victorian-style store in Kirkgate Market First Marks & Spencer stall began trading there in the 1880s Firm is exploring its heritage to mark opening of its archive to the public M&S now has more than 1,000 outlets in 40 countries across the globe . It charts the development of the household name from its roots at Kirkgate Market to the present day.

Average adult manages seven smiles a day… but one is false!

Average adult manages seven smiles a day… but one is false! By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:24 GMT, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 6 March 2013 The average adult manages just seven smiles a day – and at least one is probably false, according to a study.

Pensioner David Pattrick, 69, died in hospital toilet after gall bladder operation

Pensioner, 69, died in hospital toilet after gall bladder operation 'because NHS targets led to confusion over who was treating him' David Pattrick, 69, found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in cubicleWent to Colchester General Hospital in Essex for operation in Dec. 2010Professor Roger Motson blames NHS pool list for 'breeding uncertainty' By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 21 February 2013 Inquest: David Pattrick (pictured with his wife Susan, 64, in Canada in June 2004) was found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in a toilet cubicle A patient died because of the confusion caused by NHS targets, an inquest heard. David Pattrick, 69, was found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in a toilet cubicle in Colchester General Hospital in Essex in December 2010, two days after a gall bladder operation

Grammar test for every 11-year-old: Michael Gove unveils back-to-basics exam to drive up standards

Grammar test for every 11-year-old: Gove unveils back-to-basics exam to drive up standardsPupils will be tested on grammar and punctuation skills in new exams Government says 'too little attention' has been paid to core skillsOne in four pupils started secondary school this year without basic skills | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 16 December 2012 Back-to-basics: Plans unveiled by Michael Gove will see 11-year-olds tested on their grammar and punctuation in a drive to raise English standards A back-to-basics test of grammar and punctuation for all 11-year-olds has been unveiled by Michael Gove in a drive to raise standards in primary schools.

Property developer is fined after he crashed 100,000 supercar through family"s shed, hedge and fence

Property developer is fined after he crashed 100,000 supercar through family's shed, hedge and fence | UPDATED: 22:08 GMT, 10 December 2012 Property developer James O'Brien, 37, was hauled into court and fined after smashing his 100,000 supercar through a hedge and into a family's garden, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake. He ploughed his black Audi R8 sports car — with the number plate R8 OFF, pronounced 'write off' — through a hedge and into the garden, demolishing a shed, bench and a fence before stopping on the back lawn. The sports car shifted the garden hedge by about 15 metres, left tyre marks in the grass and scattered children's toys, including trikes and plastic skittles

Grandfather burned grandson, 5, with cigarette as part of a bizarre "family game"

Grandfather burned grandson, 5, with cigarette as part of a bizarre 'family game' Judge told the 57-year-old man, who cannot be named, he 'acted like a 13-year-old'The man, who was drinking heavily, has been given a 12 month community order | UPDATED: 13:51 GMT, 5 December 2012 A grandfather has been convicted of child cruelty after he burned his five-year-old grandson with a cigarette in a bizarre ‘family game’. The schoolboy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, suffered burns to his arm and leg when the 57-year-old grandparent 'playfully prodded' him with the lit cigarette.