Villagers left scratching their heads after 56 sheep found wandering around their homes

Ewe don't belong here! Villagers left scratching their heads after 56 sheep found wandering around their neighbourhood Locals in Chiddingly, East Sussex, are caring for the flockSheep were reported to the police after being found on April 13As yet no one has come forward to collect them By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 00:45 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:57 GMT, 24 April 2013 Villagers in East Sussex have been left scratching their heads after the bizarre discovery of 56 sheep wandering around their country lanes. Locals in the village of Chiddingly, near Lewes, are caring for the flock in their back gardens while neighbourhood police search for the owner. The sheep were reported to the police after being found on April 13 but as yet no one has come forward to collect them.

Sleep well, hope the bed bugs don"t bite! New 125,000 "Royal" mattress that"s fit for a princess goes on sale at Kensington Palace

Sleep well, hope the bed bugs don't bite! New 125,000 'Royal' mattress that's fit for a princess goes on sale at Kensington Palace By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 21:30 GMT, 19 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:14 GMT, 19 March 2013 Blowing this much cash on just part of a bed would leave most people needing a little lie down. And it's no wonder – at $175,000 the new 'Royal' mattress made by British manufacturer Savoir Beds is the height of opulence and definitely fit for a princess. It is a limited edition, of which only 60 will be made, and is set to go on sale at Kensington Palace in London this week

Now find Cardinal Wolsey! After remains of Richard III were found, the undiscovered bones of Henry VIII"s Lord Chancellor are next on the…

Now find Cardinal Wolsey! After remains of Richard III were found, the undiscovered bones of Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor are next on the historic wish listChurchman is known to have also been buried in Leicester's abbey in 1530Historians think his tomb was destroyed later in Henry VIII's reignAttempts to locate Wolsey's remains in 1820 and the 1930s drew blanks By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 02:21 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:27 GMT, 14 February 2013 The successful search for the skeleton of Richard III has prompted calls for a fresh bid to locate the remains of another major historical figure buried in Leicester. Cardinal Thomas Wolsey is known to have been buried at the city's abbey in 1530, but his bones have remained undiscovered. The churchman, Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor, died at the abbey while travelling to London after being accused of treason when he failed to secure the annulment of the king's marriage to his first wife Catherine of Aragon

Drunken "joker" left dangling over road for 90 minutes after bet with friends went wrong

Drunken 'joker' left dangling over road for 90 minutes after bet with friends went wrongLee Bassett clambered over bridge above passing cars for 'bit of a dare'He lowered himself down before asking a fellow drinker to pull him upBut his friend was too weak to haul 29-year-old back onto the bridgeAll three emergency services called out to rescue him at cost of 5,000 By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 03:21 GMT, 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:47 GMT, 13 February 2013 A drunk prankster who dangled from a footbridge in a harness bringing traffic to a standstill had to be rescued at a cost to the taxpayer of nearly 5,000, a court heard. Lee Bassett, 29, clambered over the edge of the bridge above passing cars 'after a few jars' for 'a bit of a dare'

Findus" lasagne has been "contaminated with horse meat since last summer"

Findus lasagnes have been 'contaminated with horse meat since last summer', leaked letter reveals as supermarkets clear YET MORE shelvesLasagne packs manufactured at plant in Metz by French company ComigelConcerns the horse meat contained drug bute – a known human health riskFirm 'was told last week that food had been contaminated since August' Top politicians say they will no longer eat processed beef after scandalComigel could face prosecution for supplying mis-labelled meat are likely to be non-conform and consequently the labelling on finished products is incorrect. The supplier has asked us to withdraw the raw material batches.' Findus could not be reached for comment on Mr Watson's claim. Downing Street described the incident as 'distasteful' but stressed there was no evidence of a health risk and urged consumers to follow the FSA advice

Findus admits frozen lasagne was made with 100% horsemeat and they don"t know for how long it has been on shelves

Findus lasagnes have been 'contaminated with horse meat since last summer', leaked letter reveals as supermarkets clear YET MORE shelvesLasagne packs manufactured at plant in Metz by French company ComigelConcerns the horse meat contained drug bute – a known human health riskFirm 'was told last week that food had been contaminated since August' Top politicians say they will no longer eat processed beef after scandalComigel could face prosecution for supplying mis-labelled meat are likely to be non-conform and consequently the labelling on finished products is incorrect. The supplier has asked us to withdraw the raw material batches.' Findus could not be reached for comment on Mr Watson's claim

TV Hotel Inspector Ruth Watson gets a taste of her own medicine as she launches legal bid after her restaurant was given just ONE star out of FIVE for…

TV Hotel Inspector Ruth Watson gets a taste of her own medicine as she launches legal bid after her restaurant was given just ONE star out of FIVE for food hygiene62-year-old furious after The Crown and Castle in Suffolk was poorly rated Suffolk Coastal District Council carried out the inspection in November Certain dishes have been removed from the menu because of rating 'We strongly disagree with the score we have received' said Mrs Watson By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 09:41 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:07 GMT, 4 January 2013 Angry: Top food writer and broadcaster Ruth Watson has launched a legal challenge after inspectors gave her hotel The Crown and Castle just one star out of five for food hygiene As a top food writer and broadcaster, Ruth Watson is used to giving advice to struggling hoteliers desperate to revive their fortunes. But it seems the 62-year-old could do with some advice of her own after her rural hotel restaurant received a damning critique

Family"s heartbreak after losing second son to suicide in less than nine months: Jonathan Watson found dead in family home in Stanmore, Herts

Family's heartbreak after losing second son to suicide in less than nine monthsJonathan Watson, 28, committed suicide at family home in StanmoreHis brother Matthew killed himself in March after splitting with girlfriendMother Caryn said the family was in 'complete shock'Said Jonny was schizophrenic and had 'struggled' since brother's death | UPDATED: 20:39 GMT, 14 December 2012 A family has been left devastated after losing a second son to suicide in less than nine months. Jonathan Watson, 28, known to friends as Jonny, was found dead at his home in the village of Stanmore, Hampshire, earlier this week. His older brother Matthew, 29, also committed suicide in March after splitting with his girlfriend.

Frank Jones, 74, given suspended sentence after growing cannabis in Barnsley, Yorkshire, home to pay for son"s rehab

Judge takes pity on pensioner, 74, who grew 12,000 of cannabis to pay for son's drug rehab Frank Jones grew plants worth 12,000 from seed in Yorkshire home He hoped to raise 2,500 to pay for rehab for his drug addict sonJudge Paul Watson QC said letting him off jail was 'the right thing to do' | UPDATED: 14:30 GMT, 11 December 2012 A judge took pity on a 74-year-old man who grew cannabis to pay for a drugs rehabilitation course for his addict son. Desperate Frank Jones grew seven plants worth 12,000 in a small bedroom at his home in South Yorkshire

Police "spend 2,000 on callout" after elderly woman complains neighbours" cat stole her chicken

Police 'spend 2,000 on callout' after elderly woman complains neighbours' cat Pebble stole a CHICKEN from her kitchen 75-year-old Dorothy Howling-Neame called Kent PoliceShe claimed neighbours' cat broke in through cat flapOwners Janine, 46, and Paul Watson are questioned Police: Callout was over woman's general quality of life | UPDATED: 09:55 GMT, 9 December 2012 Police spent 2,000 sending a van and two officers to investigate a cat that stole a chicken from an elderly woman’s kitchen, it was claimed today. Dorothy Howling-Neame, 75, of Folkestone, Kent, called the authorities after her neighbours’ Bengal broke into her house through a cat flap.