Spared a driving ban for speeding, 90m Mountbatten heir who 'can't afford taxis' | UPDATED: 00:21 GMT, 24 December 2012 He is a relative of the Queen and in line to inherit a large part of his father’s 90million fortune. But it seems Lord Henry David Mountbatten’s vast family wealth doesn’t stretch to the cost of taxi fares. The son of the Queen’s cousin has escaped a driving ban for speeding after telling a court he could not afford to take a train and a taxi to his regular flying lessons
Ken Barlow's son handed top job with mystic leader: Actor moves to New York to take role with controversial sect | UPDATED: 22:34 GMT, 11 December 2012 They'd certainly have some down to earth comments about it on Coronation Street.
Mystery man may have lived in home where Lord Lucan's nanny was bludgeoned to death, BBC documentary claims Researchers have unearthed statement of conversation between Lucan's sister-in-law and his four-year-old daughter 'We have been very clear with the BBC that we do not agree with what they are saying and we do not believe their claims,' says sonMurder sparked the biggest manhunt in Scotland Yard's history | UPDATED: 11:54 GMT, 9 December 2012 Hunted: Lord Lucan disappeared the night his nanny was murdered A BBC documentary will claim a mystery man was living in the house where Lord Lucan's nanny was murdered. The man may have been the boyfriend of one of the women in the property at the time nanny Sandra Rivett was battered to death there in 1974
Duke of Wellington's descendant saves his benefits cheat lover from jail after paying back 100,000 she stole with Coutts cheque from trust fund Paula Carlton claimed 107,705 over a 10 year period Her aristocratic partner Richard Wellesley has paid back her benefits bill She was living with Wellington's great-great-great-great grand nephewMother claimed Richard Wellesley was her landlord but he is her lover | UPDATED: 13:44 GMT, 7 December 2012 A wealthy descendent of the Duke of Wellington saved his lover from prison today – by paying back the 100,000 of benefits she fiddled using money from his own trust fund. Cheating Paula Carton, 49, illegally claimed 100,000 of benefits as a single mother while she was in a relationship with aristocrat Richard Wellesley