Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: William and Kate to move bathing area out of sight of prying eyes

Pool without a view: William and Kate to move bathing area out of sight of prying eyes over topless pictures scandalPlans submitted to relocate pool at Anmer Hall which is expected to be gifted to the royal coupleTopless photographs were taken of Kate while she was beside a pool on holiday in France last year By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 14:32 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:01 GMT, 14 January 2013 The pool at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's new home could be moved to a sunnier and more private site it has today been claimed.

Kate Middleton and Prince William to spend Christmas with Middleton family

Kate and Wills to spend Christmas with HER family: Duke and Duchess spend day at the Middletons' instead of Sandringham Couple break with tradition to spend quiet day in Bucklebury, BerkshireThey will visit Royal Family in Sandringham over festive period Pregnant Kate will get more rest at her family home than with Queen | UPDATED: 15:14 GMT, 22 December 2012 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to spend Christmas at the Middleton family home. Prince William will join Kate Middleton's family at their house in Bucklebury, Berkshire, Clarence House announced today. Speculation had been mounting in recent days over whether Kate would join the Royal Family for their annual Christmas festivities at Sandringham.

Ghost trains: How locomotives from the early 20th Century would look if they were still running along their old routes

Ghost trains: Spooky pictures show how long-lost locos would look if they were still running along their old routes todayPhotographer bringing back to life the Midland and Great Northern RailwayStuart McPherson skillfully merges images of past and present to create 'ghost images' | UPDATED: 20:37 GMT, 13 December 2012 These eerie 'ghost train' images are part of a project to bring back to life one of Britain's long lost railways. When it operated, the Midland and Great Northern Railway (M&GN) was disparagingly referred to as the Muddle and Go Nowhere line – but after it was axed it earned the nicknamed Missed and Greatly Needed. Photographer Stuart McPherson, who lives in Norwich near its former route, has attempted to bring it back to life with these incredible images of a time gone by merged with the present day

High-tech laser sight and 6,000 worth of VIAGRA among items stolen from Swanton Morley and RAF Marham military bases in Norfolk

High-tech laser sight and 6,000 worth of VIAGRA among items stolen from military basesDefence chiefs have written off thefts of equipment worth thousands Other items stolen include a pair of badminton nets and a 500 karaoke rig | UPDATED: 20:24 GMT, 11 December 2012 Stolen: The batch of Viagra was stolen from Norfolk's RAF Marham A high-value laser and batches of Viagra are among an array of items that have been stolen from military bases.

Village surgeon who pioneered fingerprints 50 years before they were used by police

Village surgeon who pioneered fingerprints 50 years before they were used by police (but could the Yard have caught Jack the Ripper if they listened to his theory) Letter written in 1840 detailed how to take impressions of fingerprints Another 50 years before authorities used forensic evidence for identification | UPDATED: 16:37 GMT, 9 December 2012 The notorious killer Jack the Ripper might have been caught if police had paid attention to a doctor's theory about using fingerprints to solve crimes, it emerged today.

Tories turn up heat on Human Rights Act as seven former ministers call on Cameron to repeal the law

Tories turn up heat on Human Rights Act as seven former ministers call on Cameron to repeal the law | UPDATED: 01:44 GMT, 5 December 2012 Seven former ministers voted for the repeal of the Human Rights Act yesterday — as Tory MPs stepped up pressure on David Cameron to act on the issue.

Former BBC presenter "strenuously denies" child sex offences claiming his links to corporation "attracted undue attention"

Former BBC presenter 'strenuously denies' child sex offences claiming his links to corporation 'attracted undue attention' | UPDATED: 18:43 GMT, 30 November 2012 'Irrespective of innocence or guilt, people have judged me before one word has been given in evidence in a court of law,' Mr Souter said outside court this morning A former BBC Radio Norfolk host has appeared court this morning to 'strenuously deny' sexual offences against children. Michael Souter, 59, of Loddon, Norfolk claims his links to the corporation have attracted undue attention. The broadcaster has been charged with 18 offences relating to boys, plus an offence against a man and one against a woman.

X-47B "stealth drone" hoped to be first carrier-borne unmanned aircraft

U.S. Navy 'stealth drone' takes to the sea for tests: The autonomous X-47B is hoped to be first carrier-borne unmanned aircraftThe drone will be the first to be piloted entirely by artificial intelligenceTests hope to prove it can take off and land from an aircraft carrierIt has a claimed range of 2,000 miles and flight time of six hours | UPDATED: 18:50 GMT, 29 November 2012 A stealth drone set to be the world's first unmanned, robot aircraft piloted by artificial intelligence rather than a remote human operator has taken to the sea for tests.