Strictly come prancing! It's Britain's one and only horse ballet school brought back to life after 300 years Haute ecole not been seen in Britain since the reign of Charles II and discipline became popular in France and SpainSpanish Andalusian horses thought to be the only breed with physical strength and intelligence to master it Olympics where Team GB won a total of five medals. Charlotte Dujardin mesmerised the nation with her performances of routines on her horse Valegro, winning gold in the team dressage and individual dressage events. Her sequence featuring Land of Hope and Glory, The Great Escape and the chimes of Big Ben proved a big hit with the judges and raised the profile of dressage as a sport among the British people
'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.
Kate has no opinions on anything: BBC presenter Sandi Toksvig hits out at Duchess of Cambridge for being 'very Jane Austen' Sandi Toksvig, 54, compared Kate to female characters of Jane Austen But Toksvig praises singer Cheryl Cole for 'still saying what she thinks' By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 16:45 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 10 March 2013 The Duchess of Cambridge does not hold a ‘single opinion’, according to Radio 4 presenter Sandi Toksvig. The 54-year-old comedienne compared Kate to the female characters of Jane Austen, who were unable to express themselves publicly because of 19th century attitudes towards women. The presenter, who hosts The News Quiz, said: ‘Kate Middleton is not enough for me.
Headmaster at a 30,000 a year elite school has condemned pushy parents for putting too much pressure on their children Headmaster Richard Harman thinks students are under too much pressureHe argues that pushy parents and teachers cause long term damage Harman, from the Uppingham School in Rutland, said they need to be prepared for the difficulties of life beyond school By Jaymi Mccann PUBLISHED: 02:07 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 3 March 2013 The headmaster at an elite public school has called on teacher and parents to stop putting students under too much pressure to get good grades. Richard Harman, from the elite Uppingham school in Rutland, said that teenagers need to be shown how to cope in other areas of their lives, not just in the exam hall. He argues that the pressure they feel put under when young could cause 'long term damage'
Mother is banned from her own disability tribunal… because of her wheelchair Sylvia Middleton was told she could not attend the fourth-floor courtroom Only people able to escape down stairs in case of fire were allowed in'It's absolutely ridiculous,' said the 65-year-old By Andrew Levy PUBLISHED: 14:32 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:57 GMT, 8 February 2013 A disabled woman was barred from a tribunal to decide whether she was entitled to benefits – because she was in a wheelchair
Eastbourne care home put under investigation for allowing disabled residents to use prostitutes and strippers 'so they can fulfill their primeval needs' Staff at home in Eastbourne, Sussex would call prostitutes for residentsLeft sex workers alone with disabled people and put red sock on the door so they weren't disturbedManagers defend policy as it 'protects residents' human rights' By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 14:16 GMT, 28 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:02 GMT, 28 January 2013 A care home has admitted to calling prostitutes for disabled residents who are otherwise unable to have sex. The home is now under investigation by the local council over concerns the bizarre set-up could place vulnerable residents at risk of being exploited.
The poor are more likely to be obese, says health minister Death of the dinner table means more eat junk food in front of the television By Sophie Borland PUBLISHED: 01:55 GMT, 23 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:05 GMT, 24 January 2013 Anna Soubry says parents should ensure children have proper meals Poor families are more likely to be obese, a health minister has said. Anna Soubry said children were suffering because of an ‘an abundance of bad food’ in their homes.
'We want the world to know her name': Identity of India gang rape victim revealed by fatherJyoti Singh Pandey died of her injuries 13 days after she was lured onto a bus where she was gang rapedHer father Badri Singh Pandey has agreed to reveal her name 'to give courage to other women who have survived these attacks'He calls the men who carried out the attack 'beasts' and calls for them to be given the death penaltyFive of the accused men are expected to appear in court for pre-trial proceedings on Tomorrow /12/27/article-2253458-16AA432A000005DC-392_634x423.jpg” width=”634″ height=”423″ alt=”Treatment: Miss Singh Pandey was taken to intensive care at a Singapore hospital but died of her injuries” class=”blkBorder” /> Treatment: Miss Singh Pandey was taken to intensive care at a Singapore hospital but died of her injuries The brutal attack has caused uproar in India, with mass demonstrations for women's rights and calls for the six suspects in the case to be hanged.
Homeless millionaire found dead before he could be told about his fortune: Body of 'heir' to reclusive Huguette Clark's $300m discovered frozen to death under railway bridge Timothy Henry Gray's body was discovered by children sledding under a Union Pacific Railroad overpass in Evanston, WyomingGray, 60 was a long-lost relative of the reclusive and eccentric New York heiress Huguette Clark, and stood to inherit $19 million of her $300 million fortune | UPDATED: 16:45 GMT, 30 December 2012 A long-lost relative of the reclusive and eccentric New York heiress Huguette Clark, who stood to inherit $19 million of her $300 million fortune has been found dead from hypothermia in rural Wyoming.
It is utterly mind-boggling for Cameron to break a vow to his core voters while pandering to a tiny minority By Stephen Glover PUBLISHED: 23:20 GMT, 26 December 2012 | UPDATED: 23:20 GMT, 26 December 2012 Impractical: Yesterday, Owen Paterson told a newspaper there was no immediate prospect of hunting being made legal again Here’s a puzzle. The Conservative Manifesto in 2010 promised a free vote on hunting in the Commons. It declared that the Act that banned hunting with dogs that had been passed by Labour was ‘unworkable’.