Disabled 'had to stay' after tax

Dame Anne Begg says there is  a lack of smaller housing across the country

A "significant number" of disabled people living in specially adapted homes have had to bear the cost of the so-called bedroom tax because it is too expensive for them to move, a Labour MP has said.


Burgess not thinking of England

Sam Burgess made his England bow in the second-string Saxons' 18-9 victory over Ireland Wolfhounds in January

Sam Burgess has insisted he must scrap all thoughts of his England ambitions and focus on honing his rugby union skills at Bath.


Family appeal over stabbed cyclist

Michelle Watson, 39, and Cherrie Smith, 21, the mother and sister of murdered school boy Alan Cartwright

The family of a 15-year-old passionate cyclist stabbed to death in a "senseless" street attack broke down in tears today as they appealed for witnesses to come forward.


Broad keeping focus on World Cup

Stuart Broad, pictured, sidestepped the question of whether he would be happy to play alongside Kevin Pietersen again

Stuart Broad insists England must blank out speculation about Kevin Pietersen's possible return if they are to rise to the huge task on their hands at the World Cup.


PM: Walliams is Sam Cam's favourite

David Walliams is the funniest man Samantha Cameron has met, according to the Prime Minister

David Cameron joked that his wife's favourite David is one of the stars of Little Britain as he hosted a Downing Street reception to celebrate Wales's national day.