Compulsive liar is jailed for making her ELEVENTH false rape claim, against an innocent man 'who she decided she didn't like anymore'Elizabeth Jones, 22, invented her first sex attack in 2004, when aged 13Her latest victim was targeted because she didn't like himAfter he was held for nine hours CCTV disproved her malicious claim By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 11:26 GMT, 26 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:37 GMT, 26 February 2013 Jailed: Elizabeth Jones, 22, faces 16 months in prison after making 11 false rape claims since 2004 A compulsive liar has been jailed for 16 months after falsely claiming she had been raped 11 times in nine years.
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
Desperate hunt launched for British teenager who is missing in the searing heat of the Australian outbackSam Woodhead, 18, was staying on cattle ranch in QueenslandThe teenager, from London, hasn't been seen since TuesdayPolice say they have grave fears for his safety as daytime temperatures soared to almost 40C By Richard Shears PUBLISHED: 06:52 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:52 GMT, 14 February 2013 Missing: Sam Woodhead, 18, from Richmond, south-west London, went for a run on Tuesday and hasn't been seen since A desperate search has been launched for a British teenager who is missing in the searing heat of the Australian outback. Sam Woodhead, 18, from Richmond, south-west London, went for a run on Tuesday from the Queensland cattle ranch where he had been staying – and failed to return. Police said today they held grave fears for his safety as daytime temperatures soared to almost 40C.
Now that's what you call REAL plane spotting! Enthusiasts come within inches of death after military aircraft misses the runway Crowd of 1,000 watching final landing of military plane on Ballenstedt airfield in Saxony-Anhalt, central Germany But pilot of 31-ton Transall C-160 aircraft suddenly reported he couldn't see start of runway from his cockpitBrought aircraft down on a side road where spotters were standing and they almost ended up being crushed | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 26 December 2012 For an intrepid band of plane spotters it was the most dramatic experience of their lives – and almost the last thing they saw. A crowd of about 1,000 had gathered to watch the final landing of a military plane which was about to be decommissioned after many years of service
Young women's car insurance 'will rise' by 300 today – but men could see a 180 drop as EU gender ruling hits Young female drivers will see premiums increase by roughly 24%But young male drivers will see them decrease by 9%Pricing from individual insurers will become clearer in the coming months | UPDATED: 16:35 GMT, 21 December 2012 Young female drivers will bear the brunt of new European rules which come into force today and could deliver a 300 increase to their average cost of car insurance. A change to the rules means it is now illegal for insurers to set prices according to gender – and young women are set to be hit hardest. This is despite the fact that young females are statistically safe drivers – young men are twice as likely to suffer a serious collision, according to the AA
Grandmother, 53, left lying in motorway fast lane for an hour waiting for ambulance to take her to hospital after car crash Jan Arbabi and husband Ramin crashed on the M60 in Greater ManchesterRamin could only pull his wife from the wreckage into the fast laneAn ambulance was called but had no spinal board to move Mrs Arbabi She lay in the road for nearly an hour before being moved to hospital | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 19 December 2012 An injured grandmother lay drifting in and out of consciousness on a freezing motorway fast lane for nearly an hour waiting to be taken to hospital following an horrific car crash. Jan Arbabi, 53, was pulled from the wreckage by her husband Ramin after the couple's Peugeot 207 span into the central reservation, flipped over and rolled on the M60 in Greater Manchester
Gary McKinnon 'tearful with joy' after top prosecutor confirms the computer hacker will face no further criminal actionGary McKinnon will not face charges, says Director of Public ProsecutionsDifficulty of co-ordinating U.S.
Tory MP who thanks God he’s still alive By Quentin Letts PUBLISHED: 22:34 GMT, 14 December 2012 | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 15 December 2012 Anglican faith: Previously a sporadic churchgoer, Mr Opperman has become an 'enthusiastic' member of the Church of England A backbench MP has undergone a religious transformation after recovering from a brain tumour. Guy Opperman (Con, Hexham), 47, was taken ill last year and told that even if he lived he might lose his speech, his eyesight and be paralysed
Man who had massive cardiac arrest saved by 15st work colleague who jump-started his heart by FALLING on him Engineer Kevin, keeled over after suffering a massive heart attack Colleague Martin fell heavily on to Kevin's chest after trying to stop him sliding off his chairParamedics said this vital punch re-started Kevin's heart. He is now recovering | UPDATED: 12:29 GMT, 10 December 2012 'He ain't heavy': Martin Amrising (right) saved his friend Kevin Brockbank's life by landing heavily on his chest when trying to stop him falling off his chair A man who collapsed and 'died' at work had his life saved when his heart was literally jump-started by a friend who fell on him.
'It was a horrible experience': Max Clifford vows to clear his name after spending 12 hours in police cell being quizzed by Savile detectives The PR guru described the allegations dating from 1977 as 'damaging and totally untrue'Spent 12 hours in a cell and answering police questions Clifford was held as part of Operation Yewtree, the investigation into allegations of sex abuse surrounding disgraced former DJ Jimmy SavileClifford was arrested in connection with alleged offences by 'Others' and not connected to Savile He said the accusations were 'very distressing for myself, my wife, my family and loved ones' | UPDATED: 16:29 GMT, 7 December 2012 Max Clifford has today vowed to clear his name following his arrest on suspicion of sexual offences by police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.