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Gerald Smith had a £3 million home in Surrey overlooking the fifth tee at Wentworth golf course, an Alpine ski lodge available to rent at £25,000-a-week, and a couple of villas in Mallorca.
Cash-strapped councils in England made a profit of almost £900million last year through parking charges and penalty fees, according to analysis of the latest figures. They made £28 a second.
EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: No one has a good word to say in public about Prince Andrew these days, but behind the scenes he's quietly demonstrating his business prowess.
Frogs' legs, foie gras and steak so blue you can still hear it mooing . . . France is a nation known for its carnivorous cuisine. For decades vegetarianism - or (sacré bleu!) veganism - has been a dirty word.
White-tailed eagles could be reintroduced to England as a way of reducing pests including geese and rabbits.
Today England rugby star Maro Itoje throws his weight behind the 'digital divide' campaign; his aim to guarantee laptops for all disadvantaged children in the UK.
Numerous TOWIE stars are setting up a virtual tribute for the former Sugar Hut owner, it was reported on Friday.
The DfT said £760 million will support the next phase of East West Rail to reinstate services between Bicester, Oxfordshire and Bletchley, Buckinghamshire for the first time since 1968.
The BBC has been called 'heartless' after pressuring hundreds of thousands of over-75s to pay for a TV licence as the Covid-19 pandemic deepened.
Google says the new 'bubblier' design for its mobile site was inspired by the roundness its logo. Aimed at simplifying, it will have bolder and bigger text, more Google fonts and color used sparingly.
Widow Claire Mercer, whose husband Jason was killed on a smart motorway has blasted the scheme after a report revealed they dramatically raise the risk of fatal crashes in a live lane.
AMANDA PLATELL: Almost a hundred years ago, T. S. Eliot wrote in his poem The Hollow Men: 'This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang but a whimper.'
President Donald Trump made his first brief comment since leaving the White House Friday, saying: 'We'll do something, but not just yet.'
A farmer has found an adorable house guest in her kitchen cupboard, and kindly offered the visitor a classic Aussie biscuit, which was accepted graciously, on her farm in the Australian bush.
Scientists did a DNA analysis of 140 African zebras and found those with odd patters are a result of inbreeding. These animals are unable to mate with other herds due to habitat fragmentation.
JOHN HUMPHRYS: The bigger they are the harder they fall may be true of heavyweight boxers. It's just as true of distinguished figures in public life. And they don't come much more...
A 5,000-year-old dagger made of rock crystals was uncovered during an excavation of a massive tomb in Spain. Experts says it took empirical knowledge and skill to make such a weapon.
Researchers in Mexico City uncovered the remains of at least a dozen women brutally killed by conquistadors in Tecoaque, even as they tried to protect children as young as 5.
Art detective Arthur Brand is known in his office as Don Quixote for how much time he spends on 'wild goose chases' but says he had no idea what he was getting into on his hunt for Hitler's bronze horses.
JAN MOIR: Author Stewart Pearce lives in a small jewel box of a flat right on Sloane Square in Central London.This is where he sees his clients, the stars who flock to him for voice and life coaching.