Two people charged over Kate Middleton topless photos

BREAKING NEWS: Two people 'charged' over topless photographs of Kate Middleton Photographer under investigation named by legal sources as Valerie SuauShe took images of Kate in France in September and called them 'decent'But she's now facing trial along with publisher of French Closer magazine By Peter Allen PUBLISHED: 17:23 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:06 GMT, 24 April 2013 A woman photographer has been placed under formal criminal investigation for taking pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge as she sunbathed in France, it was revealed today. Legal sources in Paris said she was believed to be Valerie Suau, who took images of Kate in the south of the country in September.

HMV saved from closure after 50million deal which will save 2,500 jobs

HMV saved from closure after 50million deal which will save 2,500 jobs 141 iconic HMV stores will be saved by restructuring firm HilcoMusic and film companies 'back the deal' as they want to keep a High Street rival to internet retailers First HMV store opened on Oxford Street in 1921 By Rob Cooper PUBLISHED: 09:30 GMT, 5 April 2013 | UPDATED: 10:03 GMT, 5 April 2013 The HMV brand has been rescued after administrators agreed a 50million deal which will save 2,500 jobs. Hilco, a specialist restructuring firm, will acquire 141 HMV-branded stores – including 23 which had previously been set to close. The iconic brand had faced disappearing from high streets altogether if a rescue deal could not be agreed.

Today"s players putting glamour before titles, says 1960s tennis star Ann Haydon-Jones

Today's players putting glamour before titles, says 1960s tennis star Ann Haydon-Jones By Simon Cable PUBLISHED: 00:39 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:42 GMT, 26 March 2013 She won seven Grand Slam titles and was once number two in the world. So Ann Haydon-Jones is more than qualified to give her verdict on today’s tennis stars – and she’s not too impressed.

Child abuse campaigner claims her 14-year-old son was "bullied to death" after he was found dead at their home

'My son was bullied to death': Child abuse campaigner grieves after 14-year-old son is found dead at their homeTeenager Ayden Olson was found dead at home in ColchesterMother Shy Keenan claims he was bullied to deathUnclear if Ms Keenan believes he was bullied at school or elsewhere By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 11:17 GMT, 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 15 March 2013 A 14-year-old boy who was found dead at his home was 'bullied to death', his heartbroken mother claims. Teenager Ayden Olson, was found at his home in Colchester, and his mother Shy Keenan wrote on Twitter that her son had been persecuted.

Unlicensed mini-cab driver raped female passenger after tricking her male friend into getting out of car to ask for directions

Unlicensed mini-cab driver raped female passenger after tricking her male friend into getting out of car to ask for directionsEllie Feghaly, 44, picked up victim and companion in central LondonSuggested male got out to ask for directions then drove off with victim Jailed for nine years at Woolwich Crown Court today By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 13:18 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 5 February 2013 Jailed: Ellie Feghaly raped the woman after tricking her male companion into getting out of the cab to ask for directions An unlicensed minicab driver who raped a female passenger after tricking her male companion to get out of the car and ask for directions has been jailed for nine years. Ellie Feghaly, 44, had picked up the 33-year-old victim and her friend in central London after they left a bar in Leicester Square in August last year.

Instagram reverses course on terms of service: Company announces U-turn after celebrity-led user backlash

Instagram announces U-turn after celebrity-led user backlash against user's picture rightsControversial sections of new policy reverted to their original form after massive backlash among users Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom apologises for failure to 'communicate our intentions clearly'Kim Kardashian among the string of high-profile users who had publicly spoken out against the new terms | UPDATED: 18:10 GMT, 21 December 2012 Instagram has abandoned wording in its new terms-of-service agreement that sparked outcry from users who feared it meant their photos could appear in advertisements. In a blog post published late last night, the popular mobile photo-sharing service says it has changed back the advertising section of its terms of service to the original wording. There was outrage this week after the app published new terms on Monday which appeared to give it rights over all its users' photos and data to promote 'sponsored content'

Stephen Lawrence tribute concert: Emeli Sande to perform alongside other high profile acts

Two decades on, a concert for Stephen: Emeli Sande to perform alongside other high-profile acts2013 tribute concert will raise funds for charitable trust set up in the name of the murdered teenagerSoul singer will perform at O2 on April 18Other events include a memorial service, dinners and memorial lectures | UPDATED: 08:36 GMT, 21 December 2012 Victim: The SL20 concert will take place on April 18 at London's O2 arena. It will raise funds for the charity set up in the name of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence Award-winning soul singer Emeli Sande – who performed at the Olympics opening and closing ceremonies – will headline a star-studded concert to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence. The SL20 Concert, which will feature a number of other high profile acts, is due to take place at London’s O2 arena on April 18 next year.

Gagged, judge who dared to stick up for marriage: Watchdog rebukes him over involvement in campaign

Gagged, judge who dared to stick up for marriage: Watchdog rebukes him over involvement in campaign | UPDATED: 22:43 GMT, 4 December 2012 Sir Paul Coleridge is listed as 'founder and chairman' of the Marriage Foundation think-tank A judge was ordered to keep a ‘lower profile’ yesterday – after he spoke out in favour of marriage. Judicial watchdogs rebuked High Court family law judge Sir Paul Coleridge following protests about his involvement in a campaign to make marriage ‘the gold standard of relationships’.