Tamara, her ex and their battle over a 380,000 Lamborghini: He says it was a 38th birthday present… she claims it always belonged to herOmar Khyami claims the rare Aventador was given to him as a birthday giftVehicle was then allegedly sold on to a Turkish collector Miss Ecclestone discovers transaction and launches custody battleJudge sides with her and agrees injunction to keep supercar in BritainA hearing later this year will decide who the Lamborghini belongs to when he and Tamara Ecclestone were a couple. His ex gained an injunction keeping it under lock and key in Britain today ” class=”blkBorder” /> Blocked: Omar Khyami leaves the 380,000 car in June 2012 when he and Tamara Ecclestone were a couple.
Tamara Ecclestone wins latest round of legal battle with ex-boyfriend over ownership of 380,000 LamborghiniOmar Khyami claims the rare Aventador was given to him as a birthday giftVehicle was then allegedly sold on to a Turkish collector by KhyamiMiss Ecclestone discovers transaction and launches custody battleJudge sides with her and agrees injunction to keep supercar in BritainA hearing later this year will decide who the Lamborghini belongs to being shipped out of Britain. The rare Aventador is at the centre of an ownership dispute with her ex, stockbroker Omar Khyami.
The return of the Penny Bazaar: Marks & Spencer goes back to its roots by opening shop in marketplace where founder first set up stall 130 years agoRetail giant opens Victorian-style store in Kirkgate Market First Marks & Spencer stall began trading there in the 1880s Firm is exploring its heritage to mark opening of its archive to the public M&S now has more than 1,000 outlets in 40 countries across the globe . It charts the development of the household name from its roots at Kirkgate Market to the present day.
Children's illustrator Quentin Blake who sketched Roald Dahl books celebrates 80th birthday with a knighthood | UPDATED: 00:26 GMT, 29 December 2012 Children's author and artist Quentin Blake is best known for illustrating Roald Dahl's books Children's author and artist Quentin Blake, best known for illustrating Roald Dahl’s books, will receive a knighthood. Mr Blake said the honour was an excellent present for his recent 80th birthday – but added that many of his fans already assume he is a Sir. He said: ‘The funny thing is that my books are published a lot in France and Germany and I get a lot of letters from people there who think I have got it already, so I suppose this kind of regularises it.
One for you, one for me! Online shoppers treat themselves to a Christmas gift every time they shop (and sometimes more than one…) | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 24 December 2012 There is just one more night to go until stockings are opened and gifts are unwrapped, and some of us are waiting with eager anticpiation to see what fortune will bring us. But according to a new study, a great many of us aren't satisfied with relying on Santa or loved ones to bring us the perfect gift. A survey has revealed that nearly half of us have been treating ourselves to at least one Christmas present with every purchase we made online this festive season
'Mario, use your head a bit!' Eccentric striker Balotelli given hilarious lesson in Christmas wrapping by teammate TevezMario Balotelli fails miserably to wrap his gifts in hilarious YouTube videoArgentine Tevez tells teammate: 'No wonder people say that you are daft' | UPDATED: 14:52 GMT, 17 December 2012 Eccentric Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli might be deadly in front of goal but he proved that he's not quite so sharp with a pair of scissors and a roll of wrapping paper. In a hilarious two minute clip the apparently clueless Italian ace is shown how to wrap his Christmas gifts by teammate Carlos Tevez.
Pop-up art: Sculptor creates stories that literally jump from the page with intricate cut-outs of charactersAvid reader Jodi Harvey-Brown inspired by literature's greatest charactersPainstakingly crafted from pages of the books and held in place with wireIncludes favourites such as Harry Potter, Bambi and Tom Sawyer | UPDATED: 16:06 GMT, 15 December 2012 Every reader can see their favourite character in their imagination – now one artist has brought hers to life with these unique book sculptures. Jodi Harvey-Brown creates the elaborate pieces of artwork to emerge directly from the pages of the books which have inspired her. She has carved some of literature's most famous characters including Harry Potter, Bambi, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
Ghost trains: Spooky pictures show how long-lost locos would look if they were still running along their old routes todayPhotographer bringing back to life the Midland and Great Northern RailwayStuart McPherson skillfully merges images of past and present to create 'ghost images' | UPDATED: 20:37 GMT, 13 December 2012 These eerie 'ghost train' images are part of a project to bring back to life one of Britain's long lost railways. When it operated, the Midland and Great Northern Railway (M&GN) was disparagingly referred to as the Muddle and Go Nowhere line – but after it was axed it earned the nicknamed Missed and Greatly Needed. Photographer Stuart McPherson, who lives in Norwich near its former route, has attempted to bring it back to life with these incredible images of a time gone by merged with the present day
Why men are hopeless at wrapping Christmas presents: They spend just 60 seconds compared to women's three minutesWomen spend nearly thrice as long wrapping giftsSix in ten men spend a minute or less per present | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 11 December 2012 For any woman who has ever received a Christmas present from their other half that resembles something retrieved from the wastepaper basket, take heart. You're not the only one
Average train fare has gone up 26% since start of recession: Unions and passenger groups prepare to protest against high prices | UPDATED: 01:56 GMT, 11 December 2012 Average train fares have increased almost three times faster than wages, new research revealed today, with prices now 26% higher than they were before the recession. Unions said the study, published to mark nationwide protests against high fares, showed how commuters and other passengers were suffering “transport poverty”