Clubber who mistakenly entered wrong house left critically injured 'after confrontation with householder who found him trying to get into bed with girlfriend'Stuart Lynch, 23, walked through unlocked door after a night outHouseholder, 24, found reveller taking his clothes off in woman's bedroomHe has been arrested by Lancashire Police on suspicion of GBH By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 10:35 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:05 GMT, 18 April 2013 A 24-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly attacked bodybuilder Stuart Lynch (pictured), who had been at the nearby Vogue nightclub in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. A clubber is fighting for his life after he mistakenly wandered into the wrong house after a night out and tried to get into bed with a woman sleeping there
Survivor of triple shotgun killing breaks down as firearms expert shows inquest how easily weapon could be reloadedMichael Atherton texted partner offering to stay away to avoid confrontationLaura McGoldrick fled to safety by climbing through bathroom windowShe was comforted by family as gun used was shown during hearing . Firearms expert PC Mark Outhwaite opened a cardboard evidence box and produced the camouflaged shotgun – one of six weapons legally owned by Atherton – which was used to such devastating effect. As he showed the coroner Andrew Tweddle how it could be reloaded within moments, and with loud clicks ringing out in the hearing, Laura McGoldrick, who fled to safety by climbing through the bathroom window that night, wept and was comforted by her family.
Revealed, fabricated, barely literate email that helped to sink Mitchell: Cameron condemns bid to 'blacken minister's name'Andrew Mitchell demands an inquiry into 'completely untrue' allegations that he called Downing Street officers 'f****** plebs''Three phrases were hung around my neck and used to destroy my career'David Cameron 'furious' at reports an off duty officer tried to 'blacken the name of a Cabinet minister'CCTV footage casts doubt on account in leaked police log | UPDATED: 13:21 GMT, 20 December 2012 Detectives were last night investigating claims of an extraordinary police plot to ‘blacken the name’ of Andrew Mitchell – as a fabricated email sent by a serving officer was made public. The barely literate message helped cost the then Chief Whip his job, despite the fact key sections of it were directly contradicted by CCTV footage viewed by the Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood days later. Crucially, it was sent to Mr Mitchell’s deputy John Randall on the evening of September 20 – the night before details of his ‘Plebgate’ confrontation with police officers in Downing Street were made public by The Sun newspaper
I was stitched up by police: Sacked Chief Whip goes to war with Met after PC falsely claimed he witnessed 'f****** plebs' rantComes as new CCTV footage casts doubt on account in leaked police logAndrew Mitchell demands an inquiry into 'completely untrue' allegations'Three phrases were hung around my neck and used to destroy my career'David Cameron 'furious' as No 10 calls for police to 'get to bottom' of case | UPDATED: 23:22 GMT, 18 December 2012 On the attack: Sacked Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell has called for an inquiry into the Plebgate affair after it emerged a police officer falsely claimed he witnessed his alleged 'f****** plebs' rant A bitter row broke out last night between Downing Street and the police over an alleged plot to bring down the former Chief Whip. A constable is now known to have falsely claimed he witnessed Andrew Mitchell’s encounter with two other officers in Downing Street when he is alleged to have called them ‘f***ing plebs’.
'What a shot!' Rio left bleeding as he is hit in the eye with a two-pence coin as he celebrated victory – but at least he can joke about it afterwards Rio Ferdinand struck by two-pence coin as Man United celebrate late winner The defender left with blood pouring from left eye after 'missile from crowd'City fan ran on pitch to confront bleeding Rio but was stopped by Joe HartRio tweets: 'Love the fans' banter but there is a point when it goes too far'Man United's Wayne Rooney pelted with coins as he took cornerOnlooker also arrested in stadium for racist chanting, police sayMan United stole victory 3-2 in clash with Man City | UPDATED: 20:53 GMT, 9 December 2012 Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was hit in the head by a coin thrown from the crowd as his team's derby clash with Manchester City ended in an ugly clash. Ferdinand was left bleeding from his left eye following the incident which took place in the aftermath of United's injury-time winning goal in their 3-2 victory at the Etihad Stadium