Deranged arsonist who came to UK after being released from Latvian mental hospital dragged student, 23, under a bridge and tried to rape her Rolands Brize, 25, came to UK after burning down his family homeLast month he stalked victim and attacked her after she left nightclub His victim managed to call 999 and operator heard her screamsPolice in Hull responded to the frantic call and found him on herBrize was arrested and has pleaded guilty to attempted rape By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:47 GMT, 17 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:57 GMT, 17 April 2013 A dangerous arsonist left a mental institution in Latvia and travelled to Britain where he carried out a sex attack on a student.
Ten years for 'wicked' hotel porter who raped a celebrity guest after sneaking into her bedroom while she slept Soby John, 25, let himself into the victim's room using his staff keycardIndian national took 'intimate' photos of the celebrity on his mobile phonePut his mobile number on her phone after the attack to make it look like they had swapped detailsCelebrity was 'very drunk' when she got back to her London hotel Attacker faces deportation after he has served his sentence By Rob Cooper PUBLISHED: 14:52 GMT, 16 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:49 GMT, 16 April 2013 Attacker: Soby John, 25, let himself into the drunk woman's hotel room where he raped her A television star was raped in her hotel room by an Indian porter who was awaiting deportation, a court heard yesterday.
Police spend FOUR WEEKS tracking down mother, 45, after she made Facebook joke about egging PMDebra Burt, 45, made remark in frustration over government cuts She wrote 'Cameron – I'd like to egg him' on a friend's Facebook wall Two officers visited her – they had been looking for her for 4 weeks, she said By Vanessa Allen PUBLISHED: 12:29 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:53 GMT, 25 March 2013 Exasperation: Debra Burt typed 'I'd like to egg him' about David Cameron on her Facebook timeline, only to have police turn up at her door warning her to stay away from him To Debra Burt, it was no more than an innocent expression of her frustration at Government spending cuts. She vented her feelings about David Cameron on a friend’s Facebook page with the comment: ‘I’d like to egg him.’ But the mother-of-two was astonished when two detectives arrived on her doorstep to question her…and announced they had been trying to track her down for four weeks.
Eight in ten men admit playing with their phone or tablet during dinner Men would rather sit on their smartphone or tablet than engage in person Women say that 76 per cent of them browse the internet in silence By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 23:46 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:37 GMT, 5 March 2013 An incredible 80 per cent of men in the UK admit playing on their smart phone or Internet tablet during dinner, according to a new survey.
Judge blames 15-year-old boy's internet porn obsession for his rape of girl, 14, in a 'heinous' attack Girl, 14, was bound, gagged and tied to a chair by two teenage attackers Older boy, then 15, had spent days trawling internet porn sitesInterest in sexual matters was 'heightened', said judge 'Terrified' victim stripped and threatened with knife at house in HartlepoolOnly she could know 'full horror' of her ordeal, judge saidVictim left 'emotionally and psychologically damaged' by attack By Eleanor Harding and Daniel Martin PUBLISHED: 14:07 GMT, 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:53 GMT, 28 February 2013 A distraught father has demanded ministers take action after his teenage daughter was raped by a boy obsessed with hardcore online porn. The schoolgirl, who was 14 at the time, was bound, gagged, beaten up and raped by the 15-year-old as he tried to re-enact sadistic scenes he had viewed on the internet
Phone firms told to stop the rip-offs on fixed fees: Sneak rises add 90m to bills Customers to be allowed cancel their contracts without penalty if bills go upOfcom said many customers do not know bills can rise in fixed term contractNew escape clause to be available to people will fixed-price broadband too By Sean Poulter, Consumer Affairs Editor PUBLISHED: 00:59 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:57 GMT, 4 January 2013 Vodafone is one of the major networks that has raised monthly charges on fixed-price contracts in the past year Watchdogs are to stop mobile phone firms making 90million a year by imposing sneak price rises on supposedly fixed-fee contracts. Under plans unveiled by Ofcom, customers faced with unexpected increases in their monthly bill will be able to cancel their contracts without penalty. The new escape clause will be available to those with fixed-price home broadband and landline deals too
Now it's the iWatch! Apple 'set to launch tiny computer on wrist which can send texts and access internet'Rumoured Apple watch would have a one-and-a-half inch LED screen'iWatch' to receive emails, texts and Facebook alerts | UPDATED: 21:19 GMT, 30 December 2012 They brought you the iPad, the iPod and the iPhone – to name but a few. Now prepare yourself for Apple's next big thing – the iWatch. According to reports in China, where Apple manufactures most of its products, the latest 'smartwatch' is set to go on sale next summer
Generation of parents receive 'hand-me-ups' for Christmas: Children pass on outdated gadgets such as smartphones and Kindles Survey of 2,000 finds quarter of people gave old technology to parentsNearly half of people between 18-24 passed on 'hand-me-up' for ChristmasMain reason is that people don't want to own 'outdated' technology | UPDATED: 22:01 GMT, 26 December 2012 It's a festive phenomenon that saves youngsters money and keeps Mum and Dad in the technological loop. This Christmas saw the rise of the ‘hand-me-up’ gift – when children pass on the still-desirable, hi-tech gadgets they don’t want any more to their parents. A survey found over a quarter of us gave second-hand technology to our mothers and fathers
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.