15 arrested and smoke bombs hurled at police as English Defence League confront anti-fascist groupNewlyweds caught up in demonstration as they get married in city squarePolice penned in opposing protesters on opposite sides of square By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:14 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 2 March 2013 Fifteen people were arrested today as smoke bombs were hurled at police during a rally by the far right English Defence League.
Groom raided his OWN wedding venue in 60,000 masked raid after owner even gave couple half-price discountCatherine Murphy gave hard-up couple a half price champagne buffetBut bridegroom Christopher Richards returned to steal from premisesCCTV cameras captured gang stealing cash, champagne, beer and wine They also smashed doors and ripped cabinets off walls during 10-hour raid By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 10:54 GMT, 2 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 2 February 2013 When a wedding reception organiser decided to help out two hard-up friends by laying on a half price champagne buffet, the least she could have expected was a thank you. Instead, the bridegroom decided to repay the kindness by vandalising and stealing from the venue – leaving the owner with a 60,000 bill. Catherine Murphy, 34, decided to help out hard up Bridie Sparks, 26, and her husband to be Christopher Richards, by laying on the half-price champagne buffet for 90 guests.
The cute Christmas pictures that will melt even the coldest heart: Adorable snaps of kittens, puppies, and lambs in festive hatsPhotographer Mark Taylor, from Guildford, has earned himself the title 'Master of Cuteness' for snaps like theseHe follows in the footsteps of his renowned photographer mother Jane Burton who passed away in 2007 | UPDATED: 01:09 GMT, 24 December 2012 Even the coldest-hearted Scrooge would be melted by these adorable Christmas animals.
Former boyfriend of Amy Winehouse CLEARED of raping woman friend while she slept after drunken night outWoman claimed Reg Traviss attacked her after they had been drinkingBut jury agreed with his defence that New Year's Eve sex was consensualFilmmaker hit out at prosecutors and argued he should have been given anonymity during trial | UPDATED: 18:51 GMT, 13 December 2012 Not guilty: Reg Traviss pictured outside Southwark Crown Court after being cleared of rape on Thursday Amy Winehouse's former boyfriend today spoke out about the nine-month ordeal he suffered after being accused of raping a woman while she slept in his bed. Reg Traviss described his rape trial as being like a 'runaway train' as he celebrated walking free from Southwark Crown Court when a jury acquitted him of all charges
The Royal effect: Harry tops list of 2012's most popular boys' baby names (while mother-to-be Catherine rises 21 places) | UPDATED: 19:38 GMT, 11 December 2012 Having sparked such controversy with his naked antics in a Las Vegas hotel, you might think Prince Harry had fallen out of favour. But not among parents, it seems. For Harry has climbed two places to top the list of 2012's most popular boys' names, new figures show
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.
Why older people are more susceptible to fraud: Area of the brain that deals with trust is less active in pensioners | UPDATED: 01:39 GMT, 4 December 2012 Age-related changes to the brain could make pensioners more susceptible to fraud, scientists say. They have found that an area of the brain that helps us work out who can be trusted is less active in older men and women
Police ignore yobs and drug pushers in troubled neighbourhood to swoop on OAP for playing Perry Como too loud People who complained about 71-year-old woman's music were reportedly among thugs who rule the street – and who make the woman's life a miseryMember of one of local 'problem families' was seen smirking as police forced 'shocked' elderly lady to turn down her Perry Como music | UPDATED: 07:44 GMT, 30 November 2012 Police swooped on a 71-year-old woman who was playing her Perry Como, pictured, records too loud In a neighbourhood plagued by open drug dealing and general yobbery, the police had a wealth of potential targets. They could have started by rounding up the pushers said to use ten-year-olds as drug couriers