Spot the sign for pay and display: Picture that helped driver win David and Goliath legal battle with council over a 1 parking charge

Spot the sign for pay and display: Picture that helped driver win David and Goliath legal battle with council over a 1 parking chargeJohn Samuels claimed he did not know he had to pay at the Tesco Metro store because the sign was obscuredHe has now won his battle after sending photographic evidenceMr Samuels, 56, said the case had cost him more than the 50 fine but he had contested it as ‘a point of principle' | UPDATED: 22:52 GMT, 26 December 2012 A motorist has won a six-month legal battle after he was fined over a 1 parking fee.

Traveling back in time through the photographer"s lens: One artist"s amazing color pictures of life in the 1950s

Traveling back in time through the photographer's lens: One artist's amazing color pictures of life in the 1950s | UPDATED: 19:52 GMT, 24 December 2012 A new collection of stunning photographs by famed artist Fred Herzog gives a glimpse into the breadth and scope of his talent.

Peaceful and idyllic images of the frozen north reveal the beauty of nature"s glaciers and ice deserts

Peaceful and idyllic images of the frozen north reveal the beauty of nature's glaciers and ice deserts | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 23 December 2012 Surreal and transfixing pictures of icebergs, glaciers and cliffs reveal the different colors and hues of beautiful frozen wastelands of Greenland, Iceland, Scotland and the Faroe Islands.

Do you put TMI (that"s Too much Information) online? Third of social network users regret what they have posted online

Do you put TMI (that's Too much Information) online Third of social network users regret what they have posted onlineOut of 2,000 over-18s a third wish they had kept personal details offline One in 10 people have been in trouble after publicly moaning about workMore than one in 20 have missed out on a job because of online photographs And three in 10 people admit they cringe about past status updates | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 17 December 2012 Once in a while, we’re all guilty of over-sharing. But with the rise of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, millions of us do it on a daily basis. A survey has found that many feel guilty about providing TMI – too much information – on websites where their updates and photographs can be viewed with ease

Benefit cheat bride used 10,000 of taxpayers" cash to fund wedding in Antigua

The sunshine swindler: Benefit cheat bride used 10,000 of taxpayers' cash to fund dream wedding in CaribbeanAbigail Martin, from Sussex, received suspended sentence over three-year fraudSpent taxpayers' money on luxury spa treatments and Disney World holiday | UPDATED: 14:42 GMT, 14 December 2012 Fraud: Abigail Martin, pictured in Antigua on her wedding day, swindled 10,000 from taxpayers A benefit cheat who used taxpayers' money to pay for a luxury wedding in the Caribbean has escaped jail. Abigail Martin spent three years pretending to be a single parent in order to claim more than 10,000 in housing and council tax benefits to which she was not entitled

Royal Navy "spy" who took mobile phone pictures in nuclear submarine for Russian "spooks"

Jailed Navy petty officer spent three months trying to sell submarine secrets to 'Russian agents named Demitri and Vladimir' with 'fake accents' who were really MI5 agents Edward Devenney, 30, foiled after trying to sell submarine photographs Took photos of secret code for encrypted information on mobile phone He had contacted the Russian Embassy after a 12-hour drinking binge | UPDATED: 10:18 GMT, 13 December 2012 Edward Devenney was jailed for eight years today A treacherous Royal Navy petty officer who tried to pass secrets about Britain’s nuclear submarines to Russian spies has been jailed for eight years. The Old Bailey heard that Edward Devenney, 30, who was bitter at missing out on a promotion, had phoned the Russian embassy in a bid to betray his country. He offered information about sailing dates and movements of Trident submarines that would have revealed the unique sound ‘signature’ given off by the British nuclear craft, meaning they could have been tracked around the globe

The astonishing interactive map that show EVERY bomb dropped on London during the Blitz

The astonishing interactive map that shows every bomb dropped on London during The Blitz New site uses data from the National Archive previously only available to visitors to the Reading Room Allows Londoners to search for their home and see if it was bombedMobile phone app allows tourists to point their phone at a landmark to see if it was bombed | UPDATED: 19:16 GMT, 6 December 2012 If you've ever wondered how close London’s landmarks came to being blown up in the Blitz, a new interactive map has the answer.

Naomi Hampson, 27, raped by "somnophilliac" boyfriend Robert Fryer in her SLEEP for 2 years

'My soul feels broken…. he is evil': Terrified victim, 27, describes horror of being raped in her sleep by BOYFRIEND for two yearsRobert Fryer took pictures of his revolting acts and saved them on computerNaomi Hampson only discovered she was a victim when police raided homeBoyfriend would sedate her and dress her in jewellery before taking photos | UPDATED: 16:01 GMT, 3 December 2012 A terrified woman has revealed her boyfriend of two years repeatedly raped her while she slept.

Chaps, Miss Right is out there and looks just like you! Men attracted to women who look like them

Chaps, Miss Right is out there and looks just like you! Men attracted to women who look like them | UPDATED: 01:16 GMT, 3 December 2012 For men looking for love, the answer could well be staring them in the face. A study has fond men are more attracted to women who look like them. Researchers asked 100 men to choose the women they found most appealing from a selection of photographs

Call me Sandy: The moment a 4 ton elephant shakes the dust of his back during a stroll through the Kalahari Desert

Call me Sandy: The moment a 4 ton elephant shakes the dust of his back during a stroll through the Kalahari Desert | UPDATED: 12:38 GMT, 29 November 2012 Breathtaking photographs capturing animals in their natural habitat are among the top picks from the editors from National Geographic magazine as part of their annual photo contest. The favorites among the thousands of submissions so far include stunning shots of sea creatures, a touching photograph of a mother bear with her young and an elephant charging through the Kalahari Desert.