Glasgow & West Scotland 4 January 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-46758121 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel A man left his ex-partner and her new boyfriend scarred for life after slashing them with a Stanley … [Read more...] about Man slashed ex-partner and boyfriend in bed
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A topless Peter Andre and his nightie-clad wife Emily were left stunned when they were surprised in bed by comedian Michael McIntyre. The couple found themselves unexpected participants in Michael's BBC One entertainment show, after he burst into their bedroom with with a man in a kangaroo costume as part of a sketch. When the lights came on a half-naked Peter was seen rubbing his eyes in shock while Emily desperately tugged at the duvet cover to hide her modesty. The pair then propped themselves up on their enormous cream suede headboard as they took part in an impromptu game. Make-up-free Emily, who looked very glam despite being woken up in the night, giggled away as her husband struggled to complete a round of scrabble with Michael. Emily and Peter married in 2015 and share two children Amelia, four, and Theodore, two. Peter, has two more children with his first wife Katie Price, recently spoke of the 'extra work he had to put in' while courting Emily, who he described as a … [Read more...] about Topless Peter Andre and his wife Emily interrupted in bed by Michael McIntyre
A hairdresser repeatedly stabbed by a drink and drug-crazed burglar as she slept with her boyfriend admitted she feels nothing but "pity" for their vicious attacker. Natalie Link, 23, has since suffered panic attacks and has been scarred. But she bravely faced thug Connor Ashworth-Driver, 22, in court on Tuesday as he was jailed for 16 years . Reading her victim impact statement at Maidstone Crown Court, she said: "I initially felt hate for the person who attacked us. Now, I feel pity. "I ask why would you do something like that to anyone, especially innocent people? "I never thought there were people like that who come into your home for no reason. I still don't know why he did it. There is no apparent motivation in the attack. "I thought I was going to die that night. I am 23 and I will never forget the incident as long as I live. "It will always be with me. My life has been completely ruined, all because of the actions of Connor Ashworth-Driver." The court heard Ashworth-Driver … [Read more...] about Woman stabbed in bed by crazed burglar tells him she feels nothing but “PITY”
They say it's the fault of lives lived with too many microwaved mini-meals for one. Eat with others, they've calculated, and your cheerfulness levels rise by 0.22 points on their meaningless scale, which is apparently half as good as sex but probably still worth two bowls of boiled pasta. Lunch without a mate and they claim you'll be 7.9 points under the national average. This is absurd. Eating alone is great. Not every day. Not all the time. And not - I suggest - as a slob in boxers in bed, dribbling cheese from a pizza crust onto the duvet. There have got to be rules. And the first of them is that to do it properly you have got to eat out. Think of the advantages. The bill will be half as big, which means you can afford to eat somewhere nice. Goodbye, Nando's; hello, Rustic Stone. You are guaranteed the company of someone you like. Dining alone means no struggle with small talk. No being glared at if you flirt with the waiter - or order a second glass of wine. You can eat when … [Read more...] about The golden rules for dining in a restaurant
There was nothing extraordinary about the day James Cromwell died. In the morning the devoted dad called his young son, before going off to work. His evening was a pretty standard start to the weekend, hanging out with friends and having a few drinks on a Friday night. After a few hours of drinking with his friends on June 30, 2017 James Cromwell's life was robbed from him when he was stabbed in the heart in a Cambridge Street. What started as a simple bust-up over drugs ended with Abdul Korim Ali plunging a knife into James Cromwell's chest - killing him in cold blood. Just streets away the 27-year-old's family sat blissfully unaware of the living nightmare about to envelop them. What happened the day James Cromwell died? James spent much of the afternoon and evening with his friend Shuhan Shahid that Friday. The duo spent their time drinking and taking drugs before James left to supply drugs to someone else. Read More The murder of James Cromwell James headed to the Carlton Arms … [Read more...] about 24 Hours in Police Custody: What happened to James Cromwell?