Jump in music fees charged by record companies threatens village hall dance and aerobics classes

Jump in music fees charged by record companies threatens village hall dance and aerobics classes Record companies planning hike in rates charged to amateur dance classesInstructors currently pay annual fee but will change to payment per sessionFears that community classes could be wiped out as obesity threat rises By Sean Poulter PUBLISHED: 01:55 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:59 GMT, 5 January 2013 Aerobics, fitness and Zumba classes held in village halls are under threat over plans for massive increases to the fees charged by record companies for the right to play music. Currently, instructors play a flat annual fee for a licence to play music in their classes

Now Piers Morgan says the Bible is "flawed"

Now Piers Morgan says the Bible is 'flawed' and should be amended to include gay marriage Comes after a petition to have him deported after he criticised pro gun campaigners attracts more than 84,000 signaturesA second petition set up to make him stay 'as British do not want him' | UPDATED: 21:42 GMT, 27 December 2012 CNN host Piers Morgan has said he believes the Bible and the U.S. Constitution are 'inherently flawed' and that the Bible needs an amendment changing its stance on same-sex marriage. The bold statements come days after the British journalist divided America with his strict stance on gun laws following the Sandy Hook massacre, even sparking e-petitions to deport him

Army doctor struck off over death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa who was beaten by soldiers in 2003

Army doctor struck off over death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa after failed resuscitation when he was severely beaten by soldiers Dr Keilloh supervised failed resuscitation attempt to save life of Baha MousaHe showed 'repeated dishonesty' in claiming not to have seen injuries | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 21 December 2012 Dr Derek Keilloh was struck off the medical register today over the death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa The career of a GP was in ruins today after he was struck off for failing to report details of an appalling war crime while working as a young Army medic in Iraq. Dr Derek Keilloh was said to have done everything possible to revive Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa, who had suffered fatal injuries at the hands of British soldiers. But the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service ruled that he should have blown the whistle to senior officers about what went on.

Labour"s bid to hijack Hacked Off petition to shackle British Press by implementing Leveson report in full

Labour's bid to hijack Hacked Off petition to shackle British Press by implementing Leveson report in fullHacked Off petition wants every word of Leveson's report implementedBoth Ed Miliband and Labour's deputy chairman Tom Watson have urged their Twitter followers to signTom Watson also emailed all party members to mobilise support | UPDATED: 01:59 GMT, 3 December 2012 Labour was last night accused of attempting to hijack a petition calling for new laws to shackle the Press. The petition, launched by the father of Madeleine McCann last week, urges the three party leaders to implement every word of Lord Justice Leveson’s 2,000-page report on press standards