Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead: "We"ll only play 5 seconds" say bungling BBC over Margaret Thatcher protest song

BBC fudge 'hands victory to Trots': Chart show will 'only play five seconds of Ding Dong The Witch is Dead' as row over Thatcher protest single escalatesSong has now sold 20,000 copies since Thatcher's death on Monday It has been pushed up the charts due to an internet campaignBBC confirms it will play it on Radio 1 this Sunday – but a shorter versionDirector General Tony Hall: 'I do believe it would be wrong to ban the song outright as free speech is an important principle'The track, which costs 79p online, is currently No1 on iTunes , Osterode am Harz, Germany — Illustration – an old woman is using facebook on her iPhone.

Smartphone app that claims to beat stress and can monitor the user"s emotional state

Smartphone app that claims to beat stress and can monitor the user's emotional stateIt works out size of nearby crowds to detect potentially stressful situationsUser’s emotional state is then monitored through their use of language PUBLISHED: 02:50 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 26 March 2013 The app works out the size of nearby crowds to detect situations where a user might get stressed Smartphone users will be able to lead a happier life thanks to a new app designed to beat stress. The Android Remote Sensing app (AIRS), developed at Cambridge University, analyses a person’s location, weather, noise levels, calendar events, emails, texts and calls. It can even work out the size of nearby crowds to detect situations where a user might get stressed

Labour and Lib Dems accused of "not trusting the people" to decide the future of Britain"s place in Europe

Labour and Lib Dems accused of 'not trusting the people' to decide the future of Britain's place in EuropeGeorge Osborne reveals Tory plan to portray rival parties as undemocraticHe dismisses warnings from Nick Clegg that years of uncertainty ahead of 2017 EU referendum will undermine growth by deterring investorsBoris Johnson attacks Labour's Ed Miliband for ruling out a vote Warns Britain cannot 'run away' from tough choices on the economyDavid Cameron promise of a say on EU gave Tories a poll boost .

"Catch Me If You Can" teenager, 17, posing as a doctor at two hospitals being hunted by police

'Catch Me If You Can' teenager, 17, posing as a doctor at two hospitals being hunted by police Spotted on wards at Royal Adelaide Hospital on three occasionsExpelled as an ambulance volunteer for inappropriate behaviour | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 13 December 2012 Impostor: A Facebook picture of the Adelaide teenager shows him wearing a medical uniform including a stethoscope A teenager has been audaciously impersonating a doctor at two hospitals in Australia in echoes of the Leonardo Di Caprio movie 'Catch Me If You Can.' The 17-year-old was spotted on hospital wards at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia wearing a name badge and a stethoscope, and even reading patient notes. There have also been numerous sightings of him on the grounds of Flinders Medical Centre in the city wearing scrubs, an identity lanyard and stethoscope.

Student Toby Thorn killed himself over just 8,000 of debt, wrote suicide note on back of BANK letter

Overdrawn student killed himself over just 8,000 of debt and left a suicide note written on the back of a letter from his bankComputer whizz Toby Thorn's final words read: 'Thank you to all my friends I appreciate your support, Later ANON' He was 3,000 overdrawn and had a 5,000 student loan to pay off His mother is determined that no other young men or women will suffer in silence in the face of mounting financial pressureAnne Thorn has become a trustee for the charity PAPYRUS – the Prevention of Young Suicide | UPDATED: 09:38 GMT, 4 December 2012 A mother has told how her son wrote a suicide note on the back of a bank letter demanding the repayment of his 3,000 overdraft. Toby Thorn, 23, took his life after racking up the overdraft on top of a 5,000 student debt. On the reverse of a letter from Barclays, he wrote simply: ‘Thank you to all my friends I appreciate all your support, Later ANON.’ His body was found soon afterwards

This has got us out of a sticky situation! Homeowners use PLASTICINE to stop floodwater entering property

This has got us out of a sticky situation! Homeowners use PLASTICINE to stop floodwater entering property Andy Ford held back 2ft of flood water by sealing his 17th century cottageNeighbour Tad Mandziej gave him the advice after using plasticine himself | UPDATED: 18:48 GMT, 26 November 2012 It may not be the most obvious solution to keep the flooding at bay. But homeowner Andy Ford held back 2ft of flood water by sealing his property with plasticine