Newlywed, 23, faces being told to quit the UK after falling foul of visa rules

Newlywed graduate, 23, faces being told to quit the UK after falling foul of visa rules American Daniel Whiteley graduated from St Andrews University in summer The astrophysics graduate married management graduate Jenny in OctoberBut 23-year-old is unhappy that he's likely to be barred from living in UK | UPDATED: 02:43 GMT, 27 December 2012 Couple: American Daniel Whiteley (left) graduated with a degree in astrophysics from St Andrews University this summer and married management graduate Jenny (right) in October A couple who met at one of Britain’s most prestigious universities and married two months ago are set to be forced out of Scotland by tough new immigration laws. American Daniel Whiteley graduated with a degree in astrophysics from St Andrews University this summer and married management graduate Jenny in October. His student visa expired the same month.

Not exactly your usual honeymoon: British newlyweds on two-year world-record breaking tandem cycle ride from New Zealand to London

A bicycle made for 'I do': The British newlyweds on record-breaking two-year honeymoon tandem ride from New Zealand to LondonKat and Steve Turner plan to beat previous tandem journey record of 38,143kmsShe had to learn how to ride a bike before selling possessions and leaving homeThe couple have been attacked by dogs, cooked in rat-infested kitchens and fed giant lizards outside their tentThey have already battled through Arctic temperatures, searing heat, torrential rain – and have only completed a quarter of the trip | UPDATED: 19:43 GMT, 24 December 2012 A honeymoon is the perfect chance for the newlywed couple to spend time with each other, away from the stresses of everyday life. But Kat and Steve Turner, have taken that idea and run with it – or ridden with it. Rather than taking time out for some post-wedding luxuriating on a beach or at a spa hotel, the couple decided to spend two years in a record-breaking attempt to travel the world on a tandem bicycle, sleeping in a tiny two-man tent

Want your husband to lose a few pounds? The solution is to nag him about it

Want your husband to lose a few pounds The solution is to nag him about it | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 14 December 2012 When it comes to the challenge of losing weight, there’s nothing like having the backing and support of a loving partner. But it turns out the best way for a wife to persuade her husband to shed a few pounds may be to nag him about it as well. Research shows some men are much more likely to lose weight if their other halves criticise, confront and reject them, rather than offer sugar-coated encouragement.

Bride, 32, spends wedding night in jail after being arrested for "glassing male guest in the face" at her own reception

Bride, 32, spends wedding night in jail after being arrested for 'glassing male guest in the face' at her own reception Police identified 32-year-old because she was still in her wedding dress Bride spent first night of married life in jail after involvement in 12-man brawlAmy Ward was 'trying to defend husband from being attacked by guest' Groom, 54, was treated for cut to elbow as he tried to intervene in fightWedding guests watched as bride arrested and taken away by police | UPDATED: 02:02 GMT, 11 December 2012 And the bride wore… handcuffs.

Newlywed couple feed their reception guests on food bought with 40,000 supermarket loyalty points

Newlywed couple feed their reception guests on food bought with 40,000 supermarket loyalty points Maggie and Mike Davies met whilst working at the Sainsbury's storeTheir wedding was 'perfect' and they 'couldn't have done it' without pointsThey spent thousands to get the points which were worth 200 | UPDATED: 20:14 GMT, 30 November 2012 Most people preparing to walk down the aisle have to tighten their belts and save up in preparation for the big day. But Sainbury's workers' Maggie, 60, and Mike Davies, 63, created a wedding fund with a twist when they spent 18 months collecting 40,000 loyalty points which paid for all the food when they tied the knot. The maximum they would have had to spend to get the points is 20,000 – but the couple guess they only spent 5,000 Scroll down for video Maggie and Mike Davies pictured in the car park of their local Sainsbury's on their wedding day.