Milo the "magnetic" cat burglar collared for pilfering 20 sets of keys from neighbours

Collared, the cat burglar who can't stop stealing keys thanks to her magnetic tag Neighbours were left mystified as their house and car keys kept vanishingThe tabby's collar had a magnet to stop others getting through the catflapOwner solved the mystery when Milo walked in with keys around her neck | UPDATED: 01:54 GMT, 11 December 2012 So, just what attracts a mild-mannered tabby to a life of crime The answer, if you look closely, is the magnet hanging from her collar. This is Milo, the cat burglar responsible for pinching more than 20 sets of keys from her neighbours in the past month.

Lord Stevenson: Don"t blame me for HBOS fiasco, I was just working part-time

Don’t blame me for HBOS fiasco, I was just working part-time… says ex-boss paid 815,000: Former bank chairman is blasted by MPs and peers Lord Stevenson says reckless lending not his fault as 'only there part time'Politicians accused him of 'living in cloud cuckoo land' and showed him damning letter in which he admitted being legally responsible for business | UPDATED: 12:15 GMT, 5 December 2012 Grilling: Lord and Lady Stevenson pictured.

Leader of 1m mobile robbery gang which targeted 50 luxury shops was given motorbike cake for his birthday

Leader of 1m mobile robbery gang which targeted 50 luxury shops was given motorbike cake for his birthday Gang targeted boutique belonging to Anya Hindmarch, Chanel store in Bond St and Apple Store in Covent GardenThey armed themselves with sledgehammers and crowbars for some raidsPillion passengers would run into the store and seize valuable items before jumping back onto the bikes and speeding away at up to 100mph | UPDATED: 19:41 GMT, 3 December 2012 The leader of a 1million robbery gang was given a birthday cake depicting the scene of one of his ram raids. Steven Dedman, 20, commanded an army of motorcycle ram raiders who carried out a six-month crime spree targeting nearly 50 of London’s most exclusive stores. The gang smashed their way into luxury shops across London’s West End, including boutiques belonging to bag designer Anya Hindmarch and Spanish fashion house Loewe.