Protestants "work harder" and their mental wellbeing more affected when out of work

Protestants 'work harder' and their mental wellbeing is more affected when they are unemployedPeople in Protestant countries feel guilty about time off150,000 people in 82 countries quizzed Findings suggest economic downturn hit Britain harderJoblessness more likely to lead to depression By Paul Bentley PUBLISHED: 00:34 GMT, 8 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:44 GMT, 8 April 2013 People in Protestant countries work harder because they feel guiltier about taking time off, a study has found. And while unemployment generally makes all people unhappy, it is twice as likely seriously to affect the mental wellbeing of Protestants as those of other denominations.

Hound beaten to death and left on drive of hunt master "in attack by animal rights activists"

Did animal rights activists beat dog to death and leave its body on hunt master's drive Lee Peters was fined last year for racially abusing an anti-hunt protester Corpse dumped near a vandalised car with symbol from animal rights group By Paul Bentley PUBLISHED: 11:29 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 The dog was found dead on the driveway of Ross Harriers hunt master Lee Peters, pictured last year A huntmaster's dog was battered to death and dumped on his driveway in what may have been an attack by animal rights activists. Lee Peters, who was last year fined for racially abusing an anti-hunt protester, is said to be mortified after finding his pet. The corpse had been dumped near a vandalised car inscribed with a symbol for an animal rights group

"Gone in 60 Seconds" car-theft gang who stole to sell on AutoTrader is jailed after raids on 11 country mansions

Gone In 60 Seconds car-theft gang who stole to sell on Auto Trader are jailed after raids on 11 country mansionsTrio sneaked into rural homes to steal keys to string of luxury vehiclesHaul included Ferrari, Audi R8, Audi Q7, BMW X5 and Bentley ContinentalDamian Royle, Paul Holden and Liam Hanbury pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary | UPDATED: 11:53 GMT, 5 December 2012 A Gone In 60 Seconds crime gang who stole luxury cars to order from rural homes so they could sell them on Auto Trader were behind bars today. The raiders sneaked into 11 country mansions in the dead of of night while their owners were asleep so they could take the keys to their prestige motors.