Gary Lineker to sign new Match of the Day deal – but BBC ask him to take a 500,000 pay cut

Gary Lineker to sign new Match of the Day deal – but BBC force him to take a 500,000 pay cutHe will present football on Beeb until after 2014 World Cup in BrazilFormer England star's 2m-a-year deal is up this summer Most Match of the Day pundits have also had to swallow salary cuts By Martin Robinson and Charles Sale PUBLISHED: 10:11 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:03 GMT, 24 January 2013 Gary Lineker is poised to sign a new contract with the BBC to continue as the host of Match of the Day – but the presenter will take an estimated 500,000 pay cut in the process.

eBay seller accidentally posts nude picture: Blonde Aimi Jones, 21, becomes internet celebrity

'It was such a dizzy, stupid thing to do': Girl who posted naked picture on eBay tells of her embarrassment after image goes viralAimi Jones posted pic of yellow dress on eBay, without noticing reflectionEye-catching dress fails to draw attention from her naked bottom halfShe re-posted the item, which attracted a bid of more than 153,000 By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 19:38 GMT, 15 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:40 GMT, 16 January 2013 An eBay seller last night revealed her horror at accidentally including a naked view of herself when she posted a picture of a dress for sale on the website.

Ladybird is the star of dewy photo shoot: Amateur snapper captures close-ups of bugs in his back garden

Ladybird is the star of dewy photo shoot: Amateur snapper captures close-ups of bugs in his back garden | UPDATED: 08:32 GMT, 17 December 2012 A dew-covered ladybird on an sunrise stroll, a curious grasshopper and a nifty spider were all captured mid-morning routine in one photographer's back garden. A group of ladybirds braved the early hour to explore flowers and shoots in Cadiz, southern Spain. Not to be outdone for the spotlight was a jumping spider, spotted striding across a garden with a drop of water balancing on its head.

More than four in ten firms set up since start of credi crunch in 2008 have folded – and the survival rate is getting worse

More than four in ten firms set up since start of credit crunch in 2008 have folded – and the survival rate is getting worseNearly one million firms shut down between 2008 and 2011The high street has also suffered particularly badly in the last few years the research says | UPDATED: 23:26 GMT, 13 December 2012 More than four in ten firms created since the credit crunch crisis in 2008 had gone out of business by 2011 – and the survival rate is getting worse.