60 "drug crazed" teenagers trash 3 bedroom home after sleepover

Mother's dismay as 60 'drug-crazed' teenagers trash home after girls' pizza-and-movie sleepover for three spirals out of controlSam Mabbott's daughter, 16, invited two friends over for a 'girls' night in'Night descended into chaos when word spread around their collegeYobs urinated on bedding and smashed holes in ceilings causing 20,000 of damageDrugs were also found in the rented house | UPDATED: 22:23 GMT, 20 December 2012 Dozens of drug-crazed vandals trashed a house when they gatecrashed a teenage girl's sleepover – intended for just two close friends. Sixteen-year-old Amey Holmes-Evans, had invited friends over for a 'girls' night in' complete with pizza and a film to celebrate one of them turning 17

Charlie Brooks spills the beans at Christmas party

Charlie Brooks spills the beans at Christmas party | UPDATED: 00:56 GMT, 19 December 2012 Currently on remand for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, racehorse trainer Charlie Brooks – adoring husband of flame-haired former News International boss Rebekah Brooks – told guests at a Christmas party yesterday: ‘I was leaving the house for the first day of Cheltenham when 18 bobbies turned up.

Taxpayers fork out 27k for celebration of Birmingham"s new Lord Mayor John Lines

Taxpayers fork out 27,000 for 425 guests to enjoy lavish three-course banquet in celebration of Birmingham’s new Lord Mayor A lavish banquet was thrown for new Birmingham Lord Mayor John Lines The authority has set up a committee to look at cutting costs next yearThe bill looks extravagant when compared to other major UK cities | UPDATED: 16:49 GMT, 18 December 2012 Welcome: Councillor John Lines the new Lord Mayor of Birmingham at his 27,000 Mayor-making ceremony in May A banquet to welcome a cash-strapped city's new Lord Mayor has cost the taxpayer a staggering 27,000.