Pictured: British internet troll who admits threatening to kill 200 US citizens in Facebook posts which led to thousands of children staying off school Reece Elliott, 24, admitted threatening to kill and sending grossly offensive messages at Newcastle Crown Court todayHe left abusive posts under a pen-name on a Facebook tribute site for teenager who died in car crashThousands of American children kept off school in Tennessee after threats were posted : 'I'm glad the fat bitch is dead. Let's drink to drink driving. No-one gives a s*** that she's dead, get over it.
Taxi driver headbutted and punched by drunk passenger as they travelled at 70mph along dual carriageway Taxi picked Anthony Coyle, 25, up from Horden Labour Club this monthAgreed a 20 fare to take him to MiddlesboroughTaxi stopped at shop so Coyle could buy bottle of wine to drinkCoyle then started banging dashboard and attacked driver when he was asked to stop By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 19:25 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:53 GMT, 25 April 2013 Thug: Anthony Coyle, 25, head-butted and punched a taxi driver in the face as he drove to Middlesborough A thug head-butted a taxi driver at 70 miles an hour in a violent attack on a dual carriage way. Anthony Coyle then punched the cabbie, knocking his glasses from his face, as they travelled down the A19, on the outskirts of Hartlepool, Cleveland. Hartlepool magistrates heard the 25-year-old had booked the taxi from Peterlee firm, Red Line Taxis, to travel from the Horden Labour Club to Middlesbrough.
Racing rocked by drugs scandal: Eleven horses test positive for steroids at stable owned by Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed Dubai sheikh 'appalled' by drugs discovery at top racing stable Trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni's career is in serious doubt after drugs found Stable owned by ruler of Dubai banned from 1000 Guineas next month St Leger winner Encke was trained by Al Zarooni” class=”blkBorder” /> Scandal: 2012 St Leger winner Encke was trained by Al Zarooni SHEIKH IS A LEADING FIGURE IN INTERNATIONAL HORSE RACING Sheikh Mohammed is the Prime Minister and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates. He is also the constitutional monarch of Dubai. The 63-year-old is also a major figure in international horse racing and breeding
Son found guilty of sawn-off shotgun 'execution' of his parents for 230,000 inheritance after they survived car crash he staged to kill themStephen Seddon shot Robert, 68, and Patricia, 65, with a sawn-off shotgun Four months earlier he tried to kill the couple by staging a fake road crash He drove into a canal with them strapped in the back seats of a carFound guilty of two counts of attempted murder and two counts of murder By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 15:19 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:59 GMT, 27 March 2013 A man with an 'insatiable thirst' for money is facing life in jail today after being found guilty of the cold-blooded 'execution' of his parents for a 230,000 inheritance. Convicted fraudster Stephen Seddon, 46, shot his parents Robert Seddon, 68, and Patricia, 65, with a sawn-off shotgun at their suburban home in Sale, Greater Manchester.
Bungling armed police involved in triple murder inquest couldn't be named – to protect their human rightsPolice lawyers said their clients feared 'media pointing the finger'Ban overturned following an appeal by the Daily MailOne of the officers involved in case had been selling confiscated firearms By Eleanor Harding PUBLISHED: 00:17 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:49 GMT, 5 March 2013 A coroner banned the naming of bungling firearms officers in a triple murder inquest to protect their human rights. In the latest secret justice farce, officers who wrongly allowed Michael Atherton to own guns were given anonymity to respect their ‘right to privacy’. Police lawyers said their clients were worried about ‘the way in which they were talked about’ and feared ‘media pointing the finger’
Wales outshines Greece and Sardinia for beaches as Swansea's Rhossili Bay rated third best in EuropeThe three-mile stretch of white sand on the Gower Peninsula, was the UK’s top destinationBritish resorts on TripAdvisor survey were Woolacombe Beach in Devon, and Cornwall’s Porthminster Beach at St Ives in ninth place By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:04 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:14 GMT, 21 February 2013 Forget the sun-kissed sands of Sardinia, Majorca or Greece – for the best beach experience, you’re better off travelling to Wales. That’s according to a poll of tourists which placed Swansea’s Rhossili Bay at number three on a list of Europe best beaches. The three-mile stretch of white sand on the Gower Peninsula, was the UK’s top destination
Young woman, 20, knocked down and killed at accident blackspot where her uncle had been campaigning for a crossing for ten years Vicki Woodbridge was killed as she crossed a busy road in Swanley Her uncle Robert Woodbridge is a councillor for Swanley Town Council He campaigned for more than 10 years for the speed limit to be reduced PUBLISHED: 15:00 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:44 GMT, 7 February 2013 Vicki Woodbridge, 20, who died after she was hit by a car in Swanley The uncle of a woman who was knocked down and killed at an accident blackspot campaigned for the road to be made safer for more than a decade. Vicki Woodbridge, 20, was crossing the busy London Road, in Swanley, Kent, on January 30, when she was hit. She was rushed to King's College Hospital, in central London, where she was put on a life support machine but died the following day from serious head injuries
Snow to return across Britain this weekend with temperatures falling as low as -6CSnow set to hit North East, East Anglia and Scotland today and tomorrowTemperatures plunge as low as -6C (21F) as freezing weather returns By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 13:51 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:50 GMT, 1 February 2013 Britain may have only just recovered from last month's Big Freeze, but more cold weather and snow are on the way today.
The Prince of cool! Charles hangs with the kids during visit to South LondonPrince met 16-25-year-olds at The Oval home of Surrey CCC They are all involved in his charity The Prince's TrustHe enjoyed jokes and pictures with the boisterous youngsters By Rebecca English PUBLISHED: 17:37 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:02 GMT, 25 January 2013 With his valet pressed-trousers, highly polished brogues and artfully arranged pocket handkerchief, he is not the most obvious proponent of street style. Still Prince Charles appeared to be enjoying himself immensely as he hung around the streets of South London yesterday. The heir to the throne was visiting the world-famous Oval, home of Surrey County Cricket Club, when he encountered a group of young people working with his charity, The Prince’s Trust
Heartbroken Native American mom and dad to bury their brood – FIVE children all under 10 – during single, tragic funeral this week following shocking Mississippi car accident Incident occurred Saturday, shortly after midnight on County Rd. 107 Six die after SUV plunges into rain-swollen creek Mom and dad survive accident, only to face heartbreak of losing five kids Father, who drove Dodge Durango, remains hospitalized Alcohol testing results to be released same day as funeral 'This accident is not weather-related at all,' says sheriff Vehicle's nine occupants are Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians | UPDATED: 23:34 GMT, 30 December 2012 Unthinkable tragedy: Among the dead was Dianne Chickaway, 37, whose husband, Dale, survived the horrific crash that, in all, killed six people The heartbroken mother and father of the five Native Americans – all under 10 years old – killed in a Mississippi car accident Saturday will bury their brood during a single, tragic funeral this week