It"s Goodbye Mr Chips: Just one of 200,000 surnames now extinct in England and Wales

It's Goodbye Mr Chips: Just one of 200,000 surnames now extinct in England and Wales Many familiar surnames have died out since 1901 Woodbead, Rummage and Jarsdel among others under threatFamous names such as Mirren, Bonneville and Nighy could also go By David Wilkes PUBLISHED: 01:41 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:01 GMT, 22 February 2013 Actor Martin Clunes playing Mr Chips in the the classic novel – a surname which is one of 200,000 now extinct For the schoolmaster of the classic novel, ‘Mr Chips’ was an affectionate nickname. And sadly it seems that’s the only way it will survive

Inventor warns "Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills"

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns 'Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills' | UPDATED: 11:08 GMT, 26 December 2012 One of Britain's leading inventors has warned that a 'Google generation' who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming 'brain-dead'. Trevor Baylis, who invented the wind-up radio, said children are losing creativity and practical skills because they spend too much time in front of screens.

Awkward! Mummy"s boy has his own mother"s home-made Christmas lunch couriered 111 miles to his mother-in-law"s house

Awkward! Mummy's boy has his own mother's home-made Christmas lunch couriered 111 miles to his mother-in-law's house (we wonder what SHE thinks about it) | UPDATED: 17:00 GMT, 20 December 2012 Lee Moss loves his mum's Christmas dinner so much that he's getting it couriered 111 miles to him — and he plans to eat it at his mother-in-law's house. Mr Moss, 33, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, said he cannot wait to tuck into his mum Alison Johns' turkey and all the trimmings on Tuesday. He said the bizarre tradition began after both he and his heavily-pregnant girlfriend Kelly Moss could not travel back to his family home in Hounslow, Middlesex

Goalkeeper Jack Turner banned from wearing all-pink kit in tribute to cancer suffering mother

Goalkeeper banned from wearing all-pink kit in tribute to cancer suffering motherJack Turner had the kit made especially to support mother and raise money Told he could not wear the strip because was not the team's 'official colours'Club was threatened with a fine if Mr Turner continued to flout the rules | UPDATED: 08:16 GMT, 17 December 2012 A goalkeeper has been banned from wearing an all-pink kit to support his cancer-stricken mother. Jack Turner, 20, who plays for Staines Town, had the garish outfit made especially to pay tribute to his mother Kim and to raise money for a breast cancer charity. He was told he could not wear the brightly coloured strip because it was not the Middlesex side's 'official colours'.

Goalkeeper banned from wearing all-pink kit in tribute to cancer suffering mother

Goalkeeper banned from wearing all-pink kit in tribute to cancer suffering motherJack Turner had the kit made especially to support mother and raise money Told he could not wear the strip because was not the team's 'official colours'Club was threatened with a fine if Mr Turner continued to flout the rules | UPDATED: 18:00 GMT, 16 December 2012 A goalkeeper has been banned from wearing an all-pink kit to support his cancer-stricken mother. Jack Turner, 20, who plays for Staines Town, had the garish outfit made especially to pay tribute to his mother Kim and to raise money for a breast cancer charity.