Drug dealers" ebay selling ecstasy and HEROIN doubles its sales to 1MILLION a month… and the police are powerless to ban it

Drug dealers' ebay selling ecstasy and HEROIN doubles its sales to 1MILLION a month… and the police are powerless to ban it The 'Silk Road' website is known as the eBay of the drugs worldIt allows people to find the best price for their drugs and also rate the sellers Drugs are sent inside packages and then innocently delivered by post The site has increased in popularity and now makes 1million a month Australian dealer became first 'Silk Road' dealer to be convicted in February will be officially published later this year. It shows that sales on the site doubled over a six-month period in 2012 reaching $1.7million sales – the equivalent of 1million – every single month

Dutch artist transforms public eyesores into works of art by camouflaging them into background using paint

Have I got views for loo! Artist camouflages public toilets and other ugly structures so they're hidden against their backgrounds Roeland Otten has used mosaics and geometric paint designs Designer recreated otherwise blocked and lost views of the city streets By Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 00:38 GMT, 31 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:51 GMT, 31 January 2013 An artist has transformed ugly run-down public structures into works of art by camouflaging them into their background using paint. Dutch designer Roeland Otten has used mosaics, geometric paint designs, and high resolution photograph wall coverings to recreate the otherwise blocked and lost views of the city streets

Don"t write about fad diets": Women"s minister Jo Swinson tells magazines not to promote "irresponsible" post-Christmas…

Don't write about fad diets': Women's minister tells magazines not to promote 'irresponsible' post-Christmas weight loss tips MP Jo Swinson urged magazines to ditch fad diets in new year editions In an open letter she said editors should encourage 'reasonable expectations' about weight loss | UPDATED: 11:52 GMT, 27 December 2012 Appeal: Jo Swinson co-founded the Campaign for Body Confidence Magazines have been urged not to promote 'miracle diets' to people worrying about losing weight after Christmas indulgence. Minister for Women and Equalities Jo Swinson has written an open letter to women's, men's, health, celebrity and gossip magazines appealing for them to 'shed the fad diets and fitness myths' in their new year editions. She appealed to editors to drop 'irresponsible, short-term solutions' and promote ways to lose weight healthily