A man has been jailed for three years after being caught having sex with a horse.

The Truth at Last

Eviathar H. Ben-Zedeff 04.10.2008
The Truth at Last

I got it by e-mail from my friend Shtukman the Great *

MI6 agent's cover slips during BBC interview

Alastair Jamieson Telegraph 22.09.2008
MI6 agent's cover slips during BBC interview

In his dangerous job the MI6 spy's identity needs to remain a closely guarded secret. So you can imagine his surprise when, during an interview with the national broadcaster, his carefully chosen disguise of a fake moustache failed him spectacularly.

Man's 'pants' password is changed

A man who chose "Lloyds is pants" as his telephone banking password said he found it had been changed by a member of staff to "no it's not".

First glimpse of a solid gold statue of Kate Moss by artist Marc Quinn  Photo: PA

A solid gold statue of supermodel Kate Moss worth £1.5 million is being unveiled in the British Museum today.

Personal data of 1m bank customers found on secondhand computer sold on eBay for £35

Personal details of more than a million bank customers have been found on a computer sold on eBay.

Off-road: Rescuers try to free the car

This is the moment a motorist forgot to apply his handbrake and watched in horror as his jeep rolled 250ft down a moorland slope.

Brit police reveal terror plot to attack Queen, royal family

London: A terror cell caught with details of bomb making and suicide vests may have been plotting to attack Queen Elizabeth and members of the Royal family.

Shoppers browse a German market and carousel in Birmingham, England, December 20, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Staples

LONDON (Reuters) - Council chiefs in Birmingham were left red-faced when they mistakenly used a picture of their U.S. namesake in Alabama on thousands of official leaflets.

Nuclear fallout as EDF pulls £12bn British Energy deal

Robin Pagnamenta and Siobhan Kennedy Times Online 01.08.2008
Sizewell B power station, in Suffolk (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)

Two major shareholders in British Energy are understood to have vetoed the £12 billion bid by French energy giant EDF which threw the Government's nuclear programme into chaos last night.

Kelly Knox

Kelly Knox has been crowned the winner of the first ever Britain's Missing Top Model after a gripping final episode. Female First caught up with her to find out how it feels to have come so far....

Gordon Brown faces plot by Labour MPs amid double blow in polls

Andrew Porter, Robert Winnett and Jon Swaine 28.07.2008
The Conservatives are privately growing concerned that Mr Brown may be removed from office and a stronger candidate installed  Photo: PA

Dozens of senior Labour MPs, including several former ministers, are set to write to the Cabinet urging them to force a leadership contest that could topple Gordon Brown.

Wills the Apprentice

Robert Jobson News of the World 27.07.2008
Wills the Apprentice

PRINCE William is to be given an astonishing apprenticeship in how to be king, the News of the World can reveal.

Asprox computer virus infects key government and consumer websites

Cyber-criminals have attacked key government and consumer websites, allowing them to steal the personal details of anyone browsing the sites, The Times has learnt.

Hundreds of thousands face job loss in UK, says top economist

Britain's economy is tipping headlong into a recession that could last more than a year and cost hundreds of thousands of jobs, warns Professor David Blanchflower, a member of the Bank of England's interest rate committee, in an interview with the...

Illegal Indian immigrants thriving in London: BBC

Hasan Suroor The Hindu 18.07.2008
Illegal Indian immigrants thriving in London: BBC

LONDON: A large number of illegal Indian immigrants are living and working in London using forged documents, including passports, driving licences and utility bills, according to an undercover BBC investigation.

Half of all British servicemen say they want to quit

Michael Evans Times Online 10.07.2008
The research involved more than 24,000 military personnel  (Richard Mills)

Bearing brunt of two wars is hurting family life

Baggage reclaim at the new Heathrow Terminal 5. Photograph: David Levene/Guardian

Terminal 5 came in for renewed criticism yesterday after it emerged that passengers transferring between planes at Heathrow's troubled new £4.3bn building are losing more than 900 bags a day.

Driver crashes $650,000 Mercedes-Benz

A British delivery car driver said he is "absolutely gutted" after wrecking a rare Mercedes-Benz worth more than $650,000.

Basic standard of living costs £13,400

Allegra Stratton and agencies 02.07.2008
Basic standard of living costs £13,400

A single person living in Britain needs to earn at least £13,400 a year before tax to afford a basic but acceptable standard of living, according to a report published by the Joseph Rowntree foundation today.

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