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1st July 2021

Police Officer sacked for Snapchat offence

A police officer was caught red-handed using his mobile phone behind the wheel after posting footage of himself online via Snapchat. Pc Matthew Breathwick filmed himself […]
1st June 2021

Average prices hit a ‘third of a million’

According to property experts the North-South divide has narrowed and the average house price in Britain has reached a third of a million pounds for the […]
1st May 2021

Psychic claims car crash affected his second sight.

A psychic to the stars faces a £100,000 legal bill after a judge rejected his “dishonest” compensation claim that he lost his abilities in a car […]
1st April 2021

Covid pushes councils towards bankruptcy

The Government’s spending watchdog has warned that twenty-five councils are at risk of going bust due to a £10bn hole in local authority finances resulting from […]
1st March 2021

Teacher wins age discrimination compensation after sacking

A 60-year-old prep school teacher has won a £140,000 age discrimination payout after parents demanded she retrain. Now 61, Sue Allington, who has A-levels but not […]
1st February 2021

First-time home owners taking longer loans

Experts have said that the proportion of first-time buyers taking on mortgages longer than 25 years has risen by more than 50 per cent in a […]
1st January 2021

Sea view worth £86,000 above average property price

According to an analysis of listings by property website Rightmove, homes on the market with a sea view have asking prices £86,060 higher on average than […]
1st December 2020

The buyer of British Home Stores is sentenced to six years for tax evasion

The man who bought the failing high street chain BHS, from Sir Philip Green for £1 in 2015, has been jailed for six years for tax […]
1st November 2020

Parole hearings may be held in open court

The head of the parole board has said that high-profile parole hearings should be held in open court. Speaking in a recent interview with a national […]