Drug dealers' ebay selling ecstasy and HEROIN doubles its sales to 1MILLION a month… and the police are powerless to ban it The 'Silk Road' website is known as the eBay of the drugs worldIt allows people to find the best price for their drugs and also rate the sellers Drugs are sent inside packages and then innocently delivered by post The site has increased in popularity and now makes 1million a month Australian dealer became first 'Silk Road' dealer to be convicted in February will be officially published later this year. It shows that sales on the site doubled over a six-month period in 2012 reaching $1.7million sales – the equivalent of 1million – every single month
'He died a hero': Cookie the cockatiel dies in house fire after saving teenager from bedroom blazeBen Rees, 17, was alerted to a fire in his bedroom by his pet cockatielThe fire started when Ben lit an incense stick but went off for a showerThe bird squawked and flapped his wings to alert Ben to the blazeThe teenager was able to escape thanks to Cookie's actions By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 11:48 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:08 GMT, 7 February 2013 A pet parrot has been lauded as a hero after he died saving his teenage owner from a house fire. Cookie the cockatiel flew to the bathroom to alert Ben Rees, 17, that a fire had broken out in his bedroom by squawking and 'dive-bombing' him. Thanks to the bird, Ben managed to escape the blaze and call for help
'I've not had diversity training, so I can be a bit tactless': Extraordinary excuse from the Tory MP who claimed parents don't want gay children David Davies, 48, caused outrage saying parents don't want gay children Monmouth MP says he is 'tactless' and that thoughts are 'hard to articulate'Says he is 'changing' and now owns a Boy George CD which he 'loves' | UPDATED: 11:11 GMT, 22 December 2012 Outrage: David Davies MP upset equal rights campaigners when he said most parents wanted their children to be heterosexual. He defended his outspoken views, saying he has not had 'years of diversity training' Tory MP David Davies recently caused outrage when he suggested that parents wanted their children to be heterosexual and that plans to legalise gay marriage were 'barking mad'. Now the politician has attempted to defend his comments by saying that he has not 'done years of diversity training'
New bishop’s eulogy to sheep-pickler Hirst By Quentin Letts PUBLISHED: 22:11 GMT, 30 November 2012 | UPDATED: 22:11 GMT, 30 November 2012 Those of us who think Damien Hirst’s art derivative, coarse, self-centred, puerile, scatalogical, manipulative, cruel, opportunistic, over-priced, anti-intellectual and, in those and many other respects, anti-Christian, decadent drivel, are plainly wrong. Hirst is an agent of Jesus Christ, a man of ‘substance’ whose ‘exquisite’ work draws us to a contemplation of Heaven. So, anyway, says the new Bishop Of Chichester
Day the police got out of jail: Lord Leveson insists officers acted with integrity over phone hacking probeOfficers had been accused of turning blind eye to phone hacking carried out by News of the World journalistsLord Justice Leveson: A ‘series of poor decisions, poorly executed’ had contributed to this idea taking holdHe accepted force’s argument it was under pressure to devote resources to thwarting terrorist attacks when original decision was taken in 2006 | UPDATED: 23:45 GMT, 29 November 2012 Police conducted themselves with 'integrity' at all times during the original phone hacking investigation, Lord Justice Leveson ruled Police conducted themselves with ‘integrity’ at all times during the original phone hacking investigation, Lord Justice Leveson ruled. In the months of fevered speculation leading up to the inquiry being called, officers had been accused of turning a blind eye to the industrial scale of the phone-hacking carried out by News of the World journalists
Doubts over 'manipulated' poll that suggests majority want new Press watchdog backed by law just weeks after survey gave opposite result | UPDATED: 09:58 GMT, 29 November 2012 Questions were raised last night over the accuracy of a poll claiming the majority of people want a new Press watchdog backed by law.