Blue plaques go to the wall: Government cuts spell the end to tributes on former homes of the great and the good after 140 years

Blue plaques go to the wall: Government cuts spell the end to tributes on former homes of the great and the good after 140 years Taxpayer-funded quango says it faces 'uncertain future'Will honour existing commitments but can't accept new nominationsEnglish Heritage may seek private sponsorship to maintain scheme By Chris Hastings PUBLISHED: 22:10 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 07:59 GMT, 6 January 2013 Tribute: Stephen Fry unveiling one of the blue plaques for writer P.G. Wodehouse in 2004 English Heritage plans to stop erecting the blue plaques that commemorate the lives of the great and the good because it can no longer afford to pay for them

Blackberry 10: Leaked images show what may be next generation of RIM"s mobile devices

Is this the new BlackBerry Newly leaked images show what may be the next generation of the device – with the same keyboard designPhotos that first showed up on Chinese website shows a device with same straight keyboard Operating system of new BlackBerry phones not yet knownResearch In Motion is expected to launch its next generation of mobile devices at the end of January | UPDATED: 20:57 GMT, 24 December 2012 Christmas has come early for those hoping to get a good look at the latest BlackBerry, as new images fresh off the rumor mill are believed to show the latest mobile device. If genuine, the photos give a close-up look at a previously unseen model complete with BlackBerry's classic keyboard design

We HAVE to build on the countryside to solve Britain"s "massive" housing crisis, says Cameron

We HAVE to build on the countryside to solve Britain's 'massive' housing crisis, says CameronDavid Cameron made clear that greenfield sites would have to disappear for new homes to be builtAnd he said the Government would continue to push for the planning system to be speeded up to allow new development | UPDATED: 08:33 GMT, 12 December 2012 Controversial: Large areas of the countryside will have to be built on to solve Britain's 'massive' housing crisis, David Cameron said yesterday Large areas of the countryside will have to be built on to solve Britain’s ‘massive’ housing crisis, David Cameron said yesterday. The Prime Minister backed planning minister Nick Boles, who caused fury last month by saying the Government needs to concrete over an area of greenfield land twice the size of Greater London. Mr Cameron said it was not a target to build on 3 per cent more of Britain’s land – the figure outlined by Mr Boles – but he made clear that greenfield sites would have to disappear for new homes to be built.

You"ve been snapped! Photographer waits three days to capture these incredible pictures of a great white shark leaping out of the water to catch…

You've been snapped! Photographer waits three days to capture these incredible pictures of a great white shark leaping out of the water to catch rubber 'seal' mid-air | UPDATED: 00:03 GMT, 29 November 2012 This stunning picture captures the moment a great white shark leaps out of the water clutching a seal in its mouth. The amazing picture of the great white was taken by Dana Allen, 50, in False Bay, off Cape Town in South Africa. The photographer captured the shark in mid-air hovering above the water with a 'fake' seal in its mouth