Sean Tustin, 23, jailed for blackmailing pretty student, 20, for 2,000 over topless photo sex texts

Rugby player, 23, blackmailed pretty student, 20, for 2,000 after she sent him topless picturesSean Tustin, 23, chatted up woman in a bar and the pair began 'sexting' When he found she had a boyfriend he threatened to expose their affairHe demanded cash from the 20-year-old student, who cannot be namedFather-of-three jailed for 20 months after admitting four charges of blackmail By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 10:42 GMT, 2 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:16 GMT, 2 April 2013 Rugby player Sean Tustin, 23 who blackmailed a pretty college student for 2,000 after she sent him topless pictures from her mobile phone A rugby player has been jailed for blackmailing a pretty student for 2,000 after she sent him topless pictures from her mobile phone. Father of three Sean Tustin, 23, chatted up the young woman in a bar – and the pair began 'sexting' – sending sexual text messages to each other Swansea Crown Court heard after he discovered she already had a boyfriend – 6ft 3in Tustin threatened to tell him what was going on. The trusting student, 20, was then persuaded to send a semi-naked picture of herself to Tustin

Kate McCann: Chilling message by sick internet troll "threatening to shoot Madeleine McCann"s mother as she runs London Marathon"

'Anyone got a gun Bang!' Chilling message by sick internet troll 'threatening to shoot Madeleine McCann's mother as she runs London Marathon' Internet troll threatens to shoot Kate McCann as she prepares for marathon Police are looking into who made the threatIn May it will be six years since her daughter Madeleine disappeared By Olivia Williams PUBLISHED: 02:05 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:52 GMT, 17 March 2013 Threats: Kate McCann, mother of missing girl Madeleine, has reportedly had a death threat from an online troll Kate McCann has reportedly received a death threat as she prepares to run the London Marathon next month. It emerged yesterday that an internet troll threatened to shoot her in a Facebook post, according to the Sun.

Lord Sugar attacks "deluded" Apprentice winner Stella English who "thought she would get pay off"

'Stella wants money but I won’t give into blackmail': Lord Sugar loses his 'cool' in attack on Apprentice winner who 'thought she would get pay off to avoid a tribunal' Lord Sugar told tribunal that Apprentice winner's claims are 'blunt lies'He branded Stella English, who won 100,000 role in 2010, 'suspicious and untrusting'Millionaire accuses 34-year-old of trying to extract money from him Contestant claims she was an 'overpaid lackey' and 'there was no job' By Alasdair Glennie PUBLISHED: 14:16 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 8 March 2013 His volcanic boardroom rants are the reason millions have tuned in to watch eight series of The Apprentice. But Lord Sugar’s eruptions aren’t just for the cameras.

NHS pays out 2million after surgeon botches operations – and there are still 94 OUTSTANDING claims

NHS pays out 2million after surgeon botches operations – and there are still 94 OUTSTANDING claims 2million of compensation has been paid out to Manjit Bhamra's patients at Rotherham HospitalThere are another 94 outstanding claims against himDespite this, he is STILL working as a surgeon By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 19:04 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:48 GMT, 1 March 2013 Surgeon Manjit Bhamra is still practising, despite the NHS forking out close to 2million for botched operations The NHS has paid out more than 2m in compensation to victims of a surgeon who is still allowed to work. Rotherham Hospital has agreed damages settlements for four former patients of orthopaedic surgeon Manjit Bhamra, totalling just over 1m since last summer. Previously 13 other patients had received a total of 1,058,784.

Mortgage repayments: The home loan rate that"s hit a four year high

Homeowners stung as mortgages rates hit four-year high despite Bank of England base rate remaining at historic low By Becky Barrow PUBLISHED: 00:13 GMT, 19 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:53 GMT, 19 January 2013 Mortgage worries: Homeowners are having to face rising costs Homeowners are being stung by the highest variable mortgage rates for nearly four years despite the Bank of England keeping the base rate at an historic low. Official figures show the average standard variable rate mortgage deal, known as the SVR, from a bank or building society charges an interest rate of 4.35 per cent.

Pension from a 100,000 pot "halved since 1995": Annuities fall to less than 5,000 a year after rates hit record low

Pension from a 100,000 pot 'halved since 1995': Annuities fall to less than 5,000 a year after rates hit record lowReport highlights nightmare facing generation of older workersFall is due to lower interest rates on corporate bonds and gilts and rising life expectancy An annuity is income paid on monthly basis when pension pot is cashed in By Becky Barrow PUBLISHED: 22:41 GMT, 9 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:02 GMT, 10 January 2013 The monthly income from a pension pot of 100,000 has halved in the past 18 years, a study has warned The income from a 100,000 pension pot has more than halved in the past 18 years, a damning study reveals today. In January 1995, a 65-year-old worker could have bought himself an annuity – an income for life – of 11,380 a year. Today a man of the same age, who has worked throughout his life to save the same amount, would get an annuity of just 4,920 from an insurance company – a fall of 57 per cent

Police forces face growing attack over value for money and time spent on the beat

Has Government declared war on the police Forces face growing attack over value for money and time spent on the beat Recorded crime drops by at least 10% in 19/43 force areas as budgets fallMore than 20,000 officers supplementing income with extra work, up 20%Police spend eight minutes an hour on frontline duties; 12% of working dayMP Keith Vaz: Recent events have 'shaken public confidence in our police' | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 30 December 2012 Police forces were tonight facing a growing attack from the Government as tensions grew over their value for money following the fallout from the Andrew Mitchell ‘Plebgate’ affair. Recorded crime fell by at least a tenth in 19 of 43 force areas across England and Wales, official figures showed – while budgets went down by just under 10 per cent, reported The Sunday Times. And another investigation by the Mail on Sunday found that more than 20,000 officers and staff are moonlighting in their spare time – a figure that has soared by almost 20 per cent in a single year

Dream 20,000 wedding in New Zealand for mother-of-five with terminal cancer after she was told she has just months to live

Dream 20,000 wedding in New Zealand for mother-of-five with terminal cancer after she was told she has just months to live Sharon Heazle and new husband Mark married in an emotional service in New ZealandThe couple, plus their five children, then visited LA and Florida's Disney World for Christmas The family, from Norwich, pooled together 20,000 for the dream getawaySharon, 42, has terminal cancer and may only have months to live | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 30 December 2012 A brave mother-of-five with terminal cancer has celebrated her dream wedding after discovering she may only have months to live. Sharon Heazle and new husband Mark said their vows in an emotional ceremony attended by close friends and family next to a waterfall in New Zealand

Labour hits supporters with credit card charge of 18.9% – two-and-a-half times that of market"s most competitive option

Labour hits supporters with credit card charge of 18.9% – two-and-a-half times that of market's most competitive option | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 30 December 2012 Costly: Labour supporters will be paying through the nose in interest charges on their party's credit cards All three major political parties are profiting from credit cards that charge their supporters exorbitant rates of interest. Both Labour and the Lib Dems offer a card charging interest at nearly 38 times the Bank of England’s 0.5 per cent base rate – and more than two-and-a-half times that of the market’s most competitive card. The card, provided by the Co-operative Bank, charges a standard APR of 18.9 per cent – although richer supporters can have a premium card with a fixed rate of 11.9 per cent for five years.

How blondes raise more money for charity going door to door (unless they visit Black households)

How blondes can raise more money for charity going door to doorBlondes found to raise 23 per cent more than equally attractive brunettesHowever the 'blonde effect' is entirely driven by Caucasian donorsBlondes found to receive significantly less from minority households | UPDATED: 12:01 GMT, 28 December 2012 If you are looking for a way to raise more money for charity, science has a simple answer: go blonde. Donors to charities give nearly a quarter more if they are approached by a blonde fundraiser than a brunette, a study claims.