My great, gentle father, friend of popes, princes… and pop stars: As ex-MoS writer William Rees-Mogg dies at 84, his MP son pays tribute | UPDATED: 02:35 GMT, 30 December 2012 David Cameron last night led the tributes to Fleet Street legend William Rees-Mogg, who has died at 84 after a short illness. Lord Rees-Mogg edited The Times from 1967 to 1981, earning fame for his ‘Who breaks a butterfly upon a wheel’ editorial condemning a jail term handed to Mick Jagger for drugs offences in 1967.
Ugh! Look what's for dinner in 2013! From cuttlefish and chips to bacon chocolate, the Mail's food writer predicts the bizarre food trends coming our way | UPDATED: 10:44 GMT, 29 December 2012 Fancy some Korean fermented cabbage Or how about oxcheek doughnuts It’s not only clothes that have trends — food is just as susceptible to the fickle world of fashion. Here, Daily Mail food writer ANNE SHOOTER gives her predictions for the hottest foods of 2013… Bon appetit! Anne Shooter has predicted what foods are going to hit the big time in 2013 Have a haute dog Gourmet: Hot dogs are going up in the world thanks to steak restaurant Hawksmoor and Bubbledogs in London Remember a few years ago when posh burger bars were popping up everywhere Well, now it’s the turn of the humble hot dog to go gourmet
Rap music fan who shouted n***** at a black man is CLEARED of racism as magistrates accept he was using 'street slang'Christopher Jones argued the word is a 'term of endearment' for him'I can be sat with a black friend and I will say ‘what up, n*****’ he saidMagistrates threw out case and agreed it was not said with 'hostility''It is the last word you should use towards someone who's black,' critics say | UPDATED: 14:54 GMT, 4 December 2012 Cleared: Rap fan Christopher Jones was not convicted of racism after he shouted the word n***** towards a black man A rap-mad music fan who shouted n***** at a black man has walked free from court after magistrates agreed he had just been using 'street slang'. Christopher Jones was arrested after he was overheard aiming the offensive word at a group of men in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, on September 10. But the sign-writer claimed he couldn’t be racist because he listened to hip-hop music, had 'more black friends than white friends' and this is what he called everyone