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Schoolteacher William Buchman was arrested after officers found over 300 living and dead snakes inside his property

Are your parents planning on nicking your bedroom? Probably...

From walk-in wardrobes to guest bedrooms - 76 per cent of new students' parents have grand designs for their kids' rooms

Frank Field: The former Welfare minister said the 'tax' was the most vicious since the poll tax

Tenants may beat ‘bedroom tax’ with new bathrooms

Hundreds of people who could fall victim to the “bedroom tax” are to benefit from new plans to convert spare bedrooms into bathrooms.

Bovis sales performance goes through roof

Bovis Homes has delivered its best sales performance since the housebuilder floated in 1997, its chief executive David Ritchie said yesterday.

Housing staff ‘may be target of bedroom tax protests’

Staff at a housing association have been warned against wearing their uniforms outside working hours for fear of being attacked by anti-bedroom tax protesters.

Rubbish piled up inside the living room

Hoarder was feared dead after living room ceiling collapsed under 20 tonnes of rubbish

Police officers, demolition workers and firefighters were called to the scene to secure and search the terraced home

Rapper 50 Cent has been charged with attacking his ex-girlfriend

50 Cent due in court on domestic violence charge

Rapper 50 Cent is due in court on charges that he attacked his ex-girlfriend and trashed her apartment.

Kate Hughes: Having older relatives move in may hit ordinary families

Apparently, 63 per cent of us believe the solution to an ageing population and an increasingly short housing supply is for older relatives to move into the family home.

Trials: Danny and Sally Nightingale after the second guilty verdict

SAS sniper Danny Nightingale given suspended sentence over possession of gun

Wife of Sgt Nightingale said the couple are disappointed over the sentencing but relieved that he will be returning home

‘Bedroom tax’ stokes rise in benefit claims for housing hardship

Councils were faced with a four-fold rise in applications for a housing hardship fund in the month after the so-called “bedroom tax” was introduced, figures show.

A volunteer at a Trussell Trust food bank sorts donations to the charity in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Benefit cuts sends number of food bank users soaring

New figures emerge a week after Lord Freud, the Welfare Reform Minister, questioned whether there was a link between the two events

50 Cent aka Curtis Jackson has been arrested for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend and vandalising her home

50 Cent's Argos appearance cancelled following arrest

Rapper 50 Cent has cancelled an unlikely in-store appearance at a branch of Argos - after being charged with attacking his ex in the US.

Shipley stabbings: Man held over murder and stabbing

Police are linking the murder of an 84-year-old woman to the stabbing of a nine-year-old boy and another incident in which an eight-year-old girl was chased into her home.

The new advert for the first-class private suites being offered by Emirates Air

Emirates Air first class suites: A bit of razzle dazzle for club international fliers

Squint at the advert for the new first-class private suites on Emirates Air, and you could be forgiven for thinking that the last 40 years never happened.

Tim Key: 'In spite of sleeping with each other for many years, our relationship was cold'

I bought a bed this week. I went to a showroom, I spent time questioning the shit out of the staff and trying on various mattresses, and I, heroically, bought a bed.

Children living below the poverty line are now twice as likely to come from working families struggling on low incomes and falling wages than those whose parents are unemployed, official figures have revealed

Children in working families fall below the poverty line

Children living below the poverty line are now twice as likely to come from working families struggling on low incomes and falling wages than those whose parents are unemployed, official figures have revealed.

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