Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record

Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:02 GMT, 28 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 28 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315959', 'title': 'Race you to the aisle! 750 brides cross Derry bridge to beat world record', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315959/Race-aisle-750-brides-cross-Derry-bridge-beat-world-record.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Race%20you%20to%20the%20aisle!%20750%20brides%20cross%20Derry%20bridge%20to%20beat%20world%20record%20http://bit.ly/ZVXZRY%20via%[email protected]' }); They don't call it the Wedding March for nothing. But this sea of brides – from a 91-year-old to a woman on the way to her own reception – were more interested in walk up a bridge for charity than walking up the aisle.

Father of former England footballers Phil and Gary Neville arrested over "sex attack on woman in car"

Father of former England footballers Phil and Gary Neville arrested over 'sex attack on woman in car' Neville Neville, 63, arrested on Sunday after alleged incident on SaturdayFormer director of Bury FC, married Mr Neville has been bailed until MayArrest is a blow to footballer sons with Gary working for England ahead of tonight's clash with Montenegro By Harriet Arkell PUBLISHED: 15:57 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 27 March 2013 The father of footballers Gary and Phil Neville has been arrested on suspicion of indecent assault, it emerged today. Neville Neville, 63, was arrested and bailed until May while police investigate the alleged incident which happened in Bury, on the outskirts of Manchester, in the early hours of Saturday morning

Horsemeat scandal: Selling horses for food would help end this cruelty," says Abigail Butcher

'I'm going to say the unthinkable: Selling horses for food would help end this cruelty,' says ex-editor of Horse and HoundsAbigail Butcher believes horsemeat trade could end welfare issuesLast year more than 700 horses reported as abandonedHorses can be bought for 5 at auction and sold as meat By Abigail Butcher PUBLISHED: 01:16 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:00 GMT, 17 February 2013 We might be appalled at having unknowingly eaten horse, but as a horse lover, I believe we need a horsemeat trade in Britain. If used properly, it could solve some of our desperate horse welfare problems. I worked as head of news for Horse & Hound, the UK’s equestrian bible, for six years

Setback in search for WW2 Spitfires lost in jungle after archaeologists say the planes were never taken to Burma in the first place

Setback in search for WW2 Spitfires lost in jungle after archaeologists say the planes were never taken to Burma in the first place Archeologists spent nearly two weeks trying to find 37 unused spitfires in the jungle They were thought to have been delivered to Mingaladon, no Yangon international AirportIt now isn't clear if they were ever sent to the country By Jaymi Mccann PUBLISHED: 02:00 GMT, 16 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 16 February 2013 A hunt for dozens of Second World War Spitfires thought to have been buried in the Burmese jungle has proved fruitless.

England captain Chris Robshaw"s girlfriend Camilla Kerslake dropped from anthem duties at Twickenham

Kicked into touch!: England captain's girlfriend dropped from anthem duties at Twickers today as rival soprano in the slit dress gets the nod ” class=”blkBorder” /> Despite being the girlfriend of the England Captain, Camilla Kerslake, 24, pictured left, found herself replaced by 22-year-old singing rugby player Laura Wright On paper, Miss Kerslake seems like a shoo-in. She has sung at four previous rugby internationals, and regularly travels with the team

An unfair policy that fails on every test

An unfair policy that fails on every test By Daily Mail Comment PUBLISHED: 23:36 GMT, 3 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 4 January 2013 Unfair: The new plan makes a mockery of David Cameron's oft-made promise to stand up for the traditional family On Monday, the Government’s wrong-headed, fiendishly-complicated plan to strip child benefit from 1.2million families will officially come into force. The Mail has long argued this policy – which will remove the benefit altogether from couples where one person earns more than 60,000, yet leave untouched a household in which two parents earn up to 50,000 each – is grotesquely unfair on mothers who wish to stay at home to raise children. It makes a mockery of David Cameron’s oft-made promise to stand up for the traditional family, punishes aspiration and, as we reveal today, will disproportionately impact on voters in the Tory heartlands.

The amazing story of Mad Jack, the hero who took on the Nazis with a bow and arrow (and later became a professional bagpipe player)

The amazing story of Mad Jack, the hero who took on the Nazis with a bow and arrow (and later became a professional bagpipe player) Commando leader said soldiers without a sword was 'improperly armed'Led his men carrying a bow and arrow and playing the bagpipesEarned two Distinguished Service Orders and a Military Cross during war His story recovered by researchers from website findmypast.co.uk | UPDATED: 09:52 GMT, 1 January 2013 He was nicknamed Mad Jack by his men during the Second World War. After coming face to face with Lieutenant Colonel John Churchill, the Germans probably had a similar, if less affectionate, moniker for the eccentric officer.

Staff at BBC"s 1bn revamped offices using EAR PLUGS to protect themselves from noisy performance area

Staff at BBC's 1bn revamped offices using EAR PLUGS to protect themselves from noisy indoor performances Loud music and noise from atrium areas distracting workers in open-plan environment BBC staff will be hoping it's not a sign of things to come with the new 'World' piazza close to completion | UPDATED: 18:33 GMT, 29 December 2012 BBC staff members have taken to wearing ear plugs after 'noisy' performances were carried out inside the newly-revamped headquarters in London. The complaints over loud music came as the 1billion development of New Broadcasting House, in Portland Place, nears completion.

Boy, 7, who was given metal detector for Christmas discovers World War Two "bomb" in fields nearby

Boy, 7, who was given metal detector for Christmas discovers World War Two 'bomb' in fields nearbySonny Carter found the 10lb capsule while out for a Boxing Day walkHis father became suspicious when rinsing off the mud-caked objectA relative who worked for the RAF armoury confirmed it was a shell | UPDATED: 00:37 GMT, 29 December 2012 When he was given a metal detector for Christmas, seven-year-old Sonny Carter hoped to find buried treasure. He tried it out on Boxing Day – and within 15 minutes the machine began bleeping.

The stunning images of water droplets that show rain can sometimes be a work of art

The mesmerising images of water droplets that show there's no greater artist on Earth than Mother Nature | UPDATED: 15:36 GMT, 27 December 2012 As Britain is lashed by rain and floods, a Russian photographer has captured another side of water in these stunning images of droplets.