Clubber who mistakenly entered wrong house left critically injured 'after confrontation with householder who found him trying to get into bed with girlfriend'Stuart Lynch, 23, walked through unlocked door after a night outHouseholder, 24, found reveller taking his clothes off in woman's bedroomHe has been arrested by Lancashire Police on suspicion of GBH By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 10:35 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:05 GMT, 18 April 2013 A 24-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly attacked bodybuilder Stuart Lynch (pictured), who had been at the nearby Vogue nightclub in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. A clubber is fighting for his life after he mistakenly wandered into the wrong house after a night out and tried to get into bed with a woman sleeping there
Finally, MPs move to ban circuses from using exotic animals: Only horses, dogs and rabbits will be allowed Move comes after shocking treatment of Anne the elephant Two circuses have had requests to use wild animals rejected in past year . The move was not binding, however, as it was based on a backbench motion from Tory MP Mark Pritchard.
BBC forced to apologise to One Direction prize winners after 'failed promise' to meet band turned into 'disappointment of a lifetime' Hannah Hastings and Louisa Marsden won a BBC radio competition Then spent 350 to travel to Belfast to meet One DirectionOn arrival were told there was a mistake and they wouldn't meet them The girls then found that their seats were a 'long way from the front PUBLISHED: 11:43 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:26 GMT, 21 March 2013 Two fans of One Direction experienced the 'disappointment of a lifetime' when they won a Radio 1 competition to meet the band but were told at the last minute that they wouldn't. The BBC was forced to apologise after friends Hannah Hastings, 20, and Louisa Marsden, 21, claim they were left disappointed by Radio 1.
'F****** get a life': Last words spoken by Daniel Day-Lewis to half-brother 19 years ago when they fell out over book Sean Day-Lewis, 81, 'fell out with his brother over unauthorised biography' Mr Day-Lewis is half brother of the star, from his father's first marriageHe said he longs for a reconciliation with his younger brother By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 15:11 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:45 GMT, 2 March 2013 Sean Day-Lewis, 81, reportedly fell out with his famous brother over a 'misunderstanding' about a biography of the actor – pictured with his Oscar Oscar winning actor Daniel Day-Lewis's older brother has spoken about the 19 year old feud between him and his sibling. Sean Day-Lewis, 81, reportedly fell out with his famous brother over a 'misunderstanding' about a biography of the actor – who recently won an Oscar for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln
Hairdresser died at level crossing after signalman wrongly lifted the barrier when he became distracted by phone callJane Harding, 52, was killed when train smashed into her car Her husband, who was driving, escaped the crash unharmedSignalman Adrian Maund had been taking a call from a farmerCourt told a 40,000 safety device might have prevented the tragedy By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 14:34 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:51 GMT, 7 February 2013 A car passenger was killed by a train at a level crossing when a signalman wrongly lifted the barrier after being distracted by a phone call. Jane Harding, 52, was killed when the family Volkswagen was struck by a passenger train at 60mph, and dragged 150 yards down the track near Moreton-on-Lugg, Herefordshire. The hairdresser's husband Mark, who was driving the black Volkswagen Touareg, suffered shoulder and pelvic injuries but miraculously survived the horrific smash on January 16, 2010.
Fears for financial manager missing since Christmas Eve after he was sacked from his job over paperwork blunderNewcastle Building Society senior executive, 52, accidentally signed colleague's formWas devastated that people would think him dishonestWent to GP on Monday morning and rang wife of 34 years to say he was going to end his life | UPDATED: 11:26 GMT, 28 December 2012 Colin Morton (pictured) went missing on Christmas Eve, days after losing his job Fears were growing last night for a building society executive who disappeared days after being sacked for making a ‘simple mistake’. Colin Morton, 52, was devastated to lose his job of ten years over the administrative error and was left feeling ashamed and depressed
Police left man to kill his partner during domestic row after spelling mistake on his records meant they did not realise he was a danger Sarah Gosling, 41, stabbed to death by partner Ian Hope, 53, in Newcastle Police knew of Hope's domestic violence history before February murderBut misspelling of his address on decade-old police log proved disastrousOfficers had attended couple's home in February after reports of shoutingThey left without action because they had no details of domestic violenceBut three hours later Hope contacted police to say he had killed Gosling | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 12 December 2012 A spelling mistake by a police force had ‘profound consequences’ and was a 'missed opportunity' in trying to prevent the murder of a woman suffering domestic abuse, an investigation found today. The IPCC released a report into mistakes by Northumbria Police after the murder of Sarah Gosling, 41, who was stabbed to death by her partner Ian Hope, 53, at their home in Newcastle in February. The force was aware of Hope’s history of domestic violence but a misspelling of his address 13 years earlier on a police log proved disastrous when they were called to the house, the report said
'A dreadful mistake was made': Sir Richard Branson tells Virgin Mobile to pull 'ill-judged' advert that critics say makes fun of rape EXCLUSIVE: Virgin founder slams Virgin Mobile US team for online advertSays they 'acknowledge a dreadful mistake was made' and it will be pulled Sir Richard doesn't own the US mobile brand but 'made his thoughts clear' | UPDATED: 00:06 GMT, 10 December 2012 Sir Richard Branson last night attacked an advert for Virgin Mobile US that appears to make light of rape. The online advert shows a man standing behind a woman and covering her eyes with his hand before giving her a small present. The caption reads: ‘The gift of Christmas surprise.
'Sorry, kids but Santa's not real': Parents' fury after primary school teacher tells pupils aged EIGHT that Father Christmas doesn't exist Teacher told children 'cover your ears if you don't want Christmas spoilt'Pupils were writing letters to Santa when teacher told them he didn't existChristchurch Junior School headteacher issues official retraction 'Scrooge' teacher is 'absolutely mortified' and 'could not be more sorry' | UPDATED: 17:12 GMT, 7 December 2012 A school teacher has been blasted by furious parents after he told junior school pupils that Santa Claus did not exist as they wrote their letters to him. The teacher was taking a literacy lesson which involved the children, aged eight and nine, writing a letter to Father Christmas. During the class he told the youngsters that the man bringing them presents just wasn't real – and the Year Four pupils were left devastated