Daniel Day Lewis: Oscar winner"s brother says I wish Daniel would end our 19-year feud

Brother of Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis says he wishes the star would end their 19-year feud… which started over a bookSean Day-Lewis, 81, 'fell out with his brother over unauthorised biography' Mr Day-Lewis is half brother of the star, from his father's first marriageHe said he longs for a reconciliation with his younger brother By Chris Hastings PUBLISHED: 15:11 GMT, 2 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:15 GMT, 3 March 2013 Sean Day-Lewis, 81, reportedly fell out with his famous brother over a 'misunderstanding' about a biography of the actor – pictured with his Oscar The estranged brother of Daniel Day-Lewis has revealed he is desperate to end their 19-year feud sparked by an unofficial biography of the actor. Sean Day-Lewis says that the Lincoln star – who last week made history as the first man to win three Best Actor Oscars – cut him off in 1994 and that the pair have not spoken since

Fears of further violence in Egypt after opposition claims widespread fraud in referendum that approved Islamist-backed constitution

Fears of further violence in Egypt after opposition claims widespread fraud in referendum that approved Islamist-backed constitutionMulsim Brotherhood say constitution got backing of 64 per cent of votersBut National Salvation Front say 'irregularities' should be investigatedOpposition group voters stayed away due to fears of electoral abuse | UPDATED: 18:59 GMT, 23 December 2012 Egypt's opposition claimed widespread fraud after a referendum gave approval to an Islamist-backed constitution. The constitution, which has provoked large scale demonstrations and riots, got the backing of 64 per cent of voters it was claimed today by the Muslim Brotherhood, the main group backing the charter

Christmas cul-de-sac where the festive light displays are so big they drain the power grid

The cul-de-sac that's just too Christmassy: Residents put up so many festive light displays they're a drain on the power gridDorset cul-de-sac has been branded 'Britain's most festive street'Astonishing light display attracts thousand of sightseers from miles awayRunton Road uses so much electricity at night it hits the local gridEach household pays roughly an extra 50 to run the incredible display | UPDATED: 17:23 GMT, 13 December 2012 It started out as a bit of friendly rivalry between two neighbours at Christmas time. But the festive competition of putting up Christmas lights outside the two homes led to a ‘keeping up with the Joneses’ response from the rest of the Dorset cul-de-sac