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Blonde mother of two, 31, 'killed young lover, 20, by stabbing him 24 TIMES with such force she broke the knife moments after texting ex to say she wanted him back' Michelle Mills 'launched attack on Edward Miller after she texted her former lover saying she still loved him' She told police after arrest: 'I grabbed the knife and I went mental. I don’t know how many times I stabbed him.' Mother denies murder at Lincoln Crown Court they began living together at his mother's home before saving up the deposit and renting a cottage in Scalfold. They moved in just two months before Mr Miller was stabbed to death.
Headmaster at a 30,000 a year elite school has condemned pushy parents for putting too much pressure on their children Headmaster Richard Harman thinks students are under too much pressureHe argues that pushy parents and teachers cause long term damage Harman, from the Uppingham School in Rutland, said they need to be prepared for the difficulties of life beyond school By Jaymi Mccann PUBLISHED: 02:07 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 3 March 2013 The headmaster at an elite public school has called on teacher and parents to stop putting students under too much pressure to get good grades. Richard Harman, from the elite Uppingham school in Rutland, said that teenagers need to be shown how to cope in other areas of their lives, not just in the exam hall. He argues that the pressure they feel put under when young could cause 'long term damage'
At school I was called a half-caste. Today I'm proud: As census reveals over a million Britons were born to inter-racial relationships, one woman's moving story | UPDATED: 23:39 GMT, 11 December 2012 Whenever the moment comes when I have to choose the box on the Census that asks me to describe my national identity, my hand hovers over which one to tick.
Britain's mixed race population leaps over one million as research reveals prejudices have sharply dropped Olympic heptathlete Jessica Ennis hailed as 'face of the census' according to think-tank director Her father Vinnie is from Jamaica and her mother Alison is from DerbyshireCensus expected to reveal at least 1m people born to mixed race parentsOnly 42% of people in survey could correctly identify Ennis as mixed race Women more comfortable with mixed race marriages than men by 66 to 58% | UPDATED: 00:30 GMT, 10 December 2012 The mixed-race population is among the fastest growing in Britain and is already the largest ethnic group among under-16s. Data from the 2011 census, released tomorrow, will suggest there are now more than one million people born to parents in interracial relationships. But academics believe the true figure could be more than double this, because many of mixed-race are believed to define themselves as a single race on official forms.
Chaps, Miss Right is out there and looks just like you! Men attracted to women who look like them | UPDATED: 01:16 GMT, 3 December 2012 For men looking for love, the answer could well be staring them in the face. A study has fond men are more attracted to women who look like them. Researchers asked 100 men to choose the women they found most appealing from a selection of photographs
It’s probably better to talk: How checking our phones 60 times a day is driving away friendsMobile phones are eroding our personal relationships, according to a new studyScientists have compared constantly texting and checking phones to addictions like compulsive spending | UPDATED: 10:33 GMT, 1 December 2012 Compulsive: Constant texting is an addiction, experts say Young people's attachment to their mobile phones is eroding their personal relationships, according to a new study. The claims come after research revealed that young adults – in addition to sending over 100 texts – check their mobile up to 60 times a day
Friends with health benefits: How couples in casual relationships are more likely to practice safe sex More likely to use condoms, study revealsBut less likely to be satisfied or able to talk about sex | UPDATED: 04:01 GMT, 2 December 2012 They may be an emotional minefield to negotiate – but it seems 'friends with benefits' relationships do at least have one advantage.