The Rolling Stones finally agree to play Glastonbury for the first time – and will it be their last ever appearance By Sarah Fitzmaurice PUBLISHED: 19:21 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:38 GMT, 27 March 2013 The Rolling Stones were finally confirmed as headliners for this summer's Glastonbury Festival on Wednesday night.
This is bound to raise a few eyebrows! Meet Sam the cat whose funny black hair has made him an internet hitSam the cat has only one expression thanks to his 'eyebrows' – worried His good humoured owner has posted 50 pictures of him online which have earned him worldwide internet fame also saw plans for the world's first Internet Cat Video Film Festival, which featured home videos of cats doing 'adorable activities.'
Why women really are seen as the fairer sex: We subconsciously associate female names with lighter colours Dutch researchers show volunteers names printed on grey backgroundThey picked out male names in black much quicker than those in whiteReverse true for female names By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 01:56 GMT, 1 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 1 January 2013 They are often called the fairer sex and it seems the stereotype is hard to escape. Scientists have shown that we automatically link lighter or fairer colours with female names and qualities and darker shades with more masculine attributes.
Thug who put father-of-one leaving family music festival in coma after road rage attack is jailed for three and a half yearsJames Wallington attacked Peter Hart for trying to get his car to slow downMr Wallington headbutted and punched Mr Hart who fell over and cracked his head on the pavementMr Hart was attacked in front of his partner and young son as they left Guilfest festival in Surrey | UPDATED: 19:16 GMT, 14 December 2012 Violent: James Wallington was jailed for three and a half years over the road rage attack A man who put a father in a coma following a road rage attack has been jailed for three and a half years. James Wallington, 32, headbutted Peter Hart,40, in front of his partner and young son, and punched him so hard he fell onto the pavement and cracked his skull. Mr Hart was leaving a music festival with his family in Guildford, Surrey, and had tried to slow down the car in which Mr Wallington was travelling when he was violently attacked.
No, Mr Tubby Tycoon, dodging your tax tab is NOT a jolly clever wheeze | UPDATED: 00:37 GMT, 2 December 2012 Toughening up: The Government has said it wants to do more to combat tax-avoidance scheme which are estimated to cost the UK billions every year in lost revenue The Government, pressured by the Liberal Democrats, appears intent on tackling tax avoidance. Revelations about the lengths individuals and corporations go in order to avoid paying their fair share have reminded me of an evening in 2008 that I spent on the same dinner table as a minor-league oligarch. We were at a French film festival and this gentleman spent a long time boasting how he'd jetted in privately from Moscow.
Hey dough! Jimi Hendrix's favourite guitar which he switched before setting cheaper version on fire sells for 250,000 Hey Joe guitarist tricked his fans into thinking he'd set fire to guitarInstead he switched it for cheaper model moments beforeIconic instrument was sold at London auction for 250,000 | UPDATED: 15:19 GMT, 28 November 2012 One of the most famous rock 'n' roll guitars – that was so good Jimi Hendrix couldn't bring himself to burn it – has sold for almost 250,000. The musician tricked his fans into thinking he had set fire to his favourite electric guitar on stage at a famous concert. Instead, he switched it for a lesser model seconds before dousing it in lighter fluid as a stunt to mark the end of his set at the Monterey International Pop Festival in 1967
Families forced to trudge through Somme-like conditions after council builds 4m state-of-the-art school but doesn't bother with a footpathWheels of prams get stuck on walk to Chaddesley Corbett primary schoolWorcestershire school only opened its doors for the first time on Monday | UPDATED: 11:57 GMT, 28 November 2012 For many children the daily trudge to school is bad enough, but spare a thought for these youngsters and their parents as they make their way to lessons. Pupils at the newly-opened 4million Chaddesley Corbett primary school in Worcestershire have to wade their way through a mud-bath because no pedestrian footpath was built. Comparing it to the scene at the end of a rainy festival, parents have reacted angrily to the lack of a proper access route to the school