Fancy being lord of the manor? It"ll cost you just 5,000 a MONTH (or the same as a two bedroom flat in London)

Now you can be lord of the manor for just 5,000 a MONTH (which is roughly what you might pay for a two-bedroom flat in London) The house has nine bedrooms, a grand entrance hall, billiard room, outdoor pool, tennis court and stablesFor the same money you could rent a two-bedroom apartment in Kensington or a three-bedroom fourth floor flat in Notting Hill | UPDATED: 18:46 GMT, 28 December 2012 A stately home in the rolling Welsh countryside has been put up for rent for the first time in its 300 year history – at the same price as a two-bed apartment in London. The luxury mansion, which stands in ten acres of land, can be rented for the princely sum of 5,000 a month. For that price tenants of Tythegston Court can enjoy the house's nine bedrooms, a grand entrance hall and staircase, reception rooms, billiard room, outdoor pool, tennis court, stables and landscaped gardens.

Taylor James in Shoreditch saved from flooding by Good Samaritans who noticed torrent and called for help

Caught on CCTV: Moment business was saved from flooding by Good Samaritans who noticed torrent and called for helpPasserby spotted water pouring through the roof of design firm Taylor James in Shoreditch, east LondonStaff working on 2nd floor of the building completely unaware of flooding The kind Samaritan alerted the company director over the phone | UPDATED: 20:20 GMT, 6 December 2012 A business was saved after a pedestrian passing the building rang the boss to say: 'Hello, it is raining – in your office.' The kind Samaritan stopped and stared in horror through the window of design firm Taylor James as torrents of water gushed from the ceiling, soaking the ground floor. The drama was captured on CCTV footage on cameras both inside and outside the premises in Shoreditch, east London.

Mrs Jowell throws her toys out of the pram, again

Mrs Jowell throws her toys out of the pram, again | UPDATED: 00:33 GMT, 27 November 2012 Dame Tessa Jowell, recently ‘reconciled’ with husband David Mills, has now thrown all her toys out of her pram at the suggestion that the original separation back in 2006 was little more than a career-saving exercise.