Grandmother, 68, ran over neighbour TWICE after his children walked onto shared driveway

Grandmother, 68, ran over neighbour TWICE after his children walked onto shared country village driveway By Luke Salkeld PUBLISHED: 18:13 GMT, 10 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:20 GMT, 10 December 2012 Pensioner Jean Glyde, 68, left, was angry at farmer Jonathan Tunley after his children walked on her shared drive A grandmother used her 4×4 to mow down her neighbour in a dispute over a driveway. Jean Glyde, 68, twice drove directly at farmer Jonathan Tunley in an argument about access, forcing him up on to the bonnet.

Two million acres of fields "may be lost" to tackle growing housing crisis

Two million acres of fields ‘may be lost’ to tackle growing housing crisisTold Newsnight that large areas of 'open land' may have to go Blamed developers making 'pig ugly' estates for growing objections to proposals | UPDATED: 08:25 GMT, 28 November 2012 Warning: Planning minister Nick Boles has said that the amount of developed land may increase by a third to ease the housing crisis Up to two million acres of green fields may have to be sacrificed for housing, the planning minister warned last night. In comments that will alarm conservationists, Nick Boles said the amount of developed land may have to increase by up to a third to tackle the growing housing crisis. He told BBC Two’s Newsnight that ministers would protect the Green Belt – but warned that large areas of ‘open land’ may have to be given over for housing.