One will not be amused: Heathrow planning 1,700 extra night flights over Windsor Castle

One will not be amused: Heathrow planning 1,700 extra night flights over Windsor CastleRude royal awakening from four o'clock in the morning as 110,000 sleepless residents in west London may see flights diverted over BerkshireWindsor MP urges residents to fight the proposals By Nick Fagge PUBLISHED: 16:52 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 11 March 2013 As the home of the Royal Family for almost a thousand years Windsor Castle has become a symbol of peace and harmony. But now the tranquility of the Queen's Berkshire home is set to be shattered by sound of an extra 1,700 night flights which will give royal residents a rude awakening from four o'clock in the morning.

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.

Serial criminal John Moir convicted of 218 offences laughs at police after receiving 43rd driving ban

'Nothing is going to stop me': Serial criminal convicted of 218 offences laughs at police after receiving his 43rd driving ban John Moir, 46, of Ipswich, Suffolk, was caught driving while banned – againHe was jailed in 2010 after hitting Simon Jacobs, 45, who nearly diedMr Jacobs says 'Justice system must listen: he will kill someone next time' , for driving while banned, resisting a police officer and having no car insurance, for which he was jailed for five months. 'I believe he will kill someone eventually': Simon Jacobs, 45, nearly died after Moir drove into him in 2010 Moir admitted driving while banned, having no insurance, and two charges of theft. He received a four-month jail sentence for driving while disqualified, and three months for each theft to run consecutively.

Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging blacked out seconds before fatal crash

Widow of Red Arrows pilot 'Eggman' hears how he blacked out performing landing manoeuvre and only came round three seconds before fatal crash Jon Egging, 33, broke formation at air show in 2011 and crashed into a field Flt Lt Egging experienced the G-force for a long period of time at high speed creating the 'worst combination', says Wing Commander RoddenInquest heard in last three seconds before impact Egging appeared to try to re-take control of aircraft as he came out of 'almost loss of consciousness'Coroner records verdict of accidental death today | UPDATED: 17:59 GMT, 13 December 2012 A Red Arrows pilot blacked out due to the effects of G-force seconds before he died in a plane crash. Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, 33, suffered an 'almost loss of consciousness' when he pulled six times the force of gravity as he broke formation at an air show near Bournemouth Airport, an inquest heard today. He was killed when his Hawk T1 aircraft came down and crashed into a field on August 20, 2011.

NHS faces privacy storm over plan to store thousands of patients" DNA to help develop life-saving treatments

NHS faces privacy storm over plan to store thousands of patients' DNA to help develop life-saving treatments | UPDATED: 07:36 GMT, 10 December 2012 The Government insists the DNA records will be stored anonymously and patients will be able to opt out if they have concerns Plans to create a database of the DNA records of thousands of Health Service patients were denounced by privacy campaigners yesterday. David Cameron, who will announce the proposal today, claims it would be a vital resource for scientists and allow them to develop life-saving treatments for cancer and other illnesses. But the campaigners warn it could lead to sensitive personal details being passed to private companies

Takeaway worker jailed for leading gang attack which left teenager with shocking facial injuries

Takeaway worker jailed for leading gang attack which left teenager with shocking facial injuries Ali Haydor punched Daniel Stringer-Prince before the gang took overUnprovoked attack left teenager with lasting injuries, including damage to sight in one eye | UPDATED: 18:39 GMT, 3 December 2012 A takeaway worker who led a gang attack which left a teenager with a fractured eye socket has been jailed for two years. Ali Haydor, 22, punched Daniel Stringer-Prince, 17, at least twice before a gang of youths continued the assault, repeatedly kicking and punching the victim in the head.