A £1.5 million, 302-acre North Yorkshire farm that is for sale for the first time in 131 years provides evidence of the sorry plight of hill farmers in Britain
THE BOLD AND THE DARING
Former attorney and Mayor of Biloxi, Mississippi from 1989 to 1993, Pete Halat was acquitted of but still is often connected to the 1987 murders of his business partner Judge Vincent Sherry and his wife.
Despite being an iceberg beyond being just larger than life, Californian Mikel Ruffinelli describes her eight foot wide “diva hips” as “looking beautiful”.
The owner of Donington Park Racetrack, Kevin Wheatcroft is estranged from his six siblings and is bizarrely also the world’s leading collector of Nazi memorabilia.
SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
Despite having a non-alcoholic cocktail named in her honour, the actress and politician Shirley Temple actually hated the drink and its ingredients.
Britain takes a turn for the worse
Donald Trump’s campaign to become President of the United States of America goes awry
Her Majesty’s Prison Services ought to revoke fraudster Ben Fiberesima’s ability to use such sites as Twitter
La Brasserie and Stella Artois to host a Wimbledon themed evening where guests can learn to pour the perfect pint
Chef and Palestine on a Plate app creator Joudie Kalla shares her recipe for crab cakes
Simon Ogilvie-Harris reviews Whittard’s most luxurious drinking chocolate offering
Unmodernised Knightsbridge flat for sale for the equivalent of a staggering £1,500 per day
Spectacular items, art and objects at Masterpiece 2015
Vivien Leigh’s retreat and final resting place for sale for £3.25 million
Queen Elizabeth II is escorted through Berlin in an impressive motorcade
‘The Steeple Times’ asks country clothing specialist Archie Hume: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”
Lord Sugar plainly isn’t finding much fulfilment since standing down as a Labour peer given he’s taken to trolling Paris Hilton on Twitter
Author Sarah Tucker reports on the United Nations marking the first International Yoga Day on Sunday
A video interview with Martin Ellis Jones of Hetherington Hats reveals some fascinating details about the world of top hats
A £25,000 top hat suitable for a gent who wants to stand out at Royal Ascot
Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign strategy sinks to a new low
Killer who claimed she was too fat to go to prison is deservedly jailed
After TripAdvisor is exposed for removing reviews at the request of the National Trust’s PR team, it is time that this biased review site got its house in order