Here cuffs the bride! The moment Polish woman was arrested
in her wedding dress as she said her vows to Pakistani stranger who paid her £2,500 for sham marriage
Instead of leaving Northampton Guildhall as man and wife, Polish Helena Puchalska (pictured) and her Pakistani husband-to-be Asif Ali were led back down the aisle in handcuffs after Border Agency officers swooped on the pair. Puchalska, 20, was jailed for 15 months while Ali was caged for two years after they admitted taking part in the sham wedding.
Horror in the Alps: 22 children and six adults killed plus dozens injured after their 'speeding' bus crashes in Swiss tunnel returning from ski trip
Police said the bus, in which the 12-year-old schoolchildren were travelling, was going 'considerably faster' than the 63mph speed limit as it careered into an underpass wall on the A9 highway, near Sierre, Valais, close to the border with Italy. At least 22 children and six adults were killed in the crash after the vehicle veered, hit a kerb and then rammed into a concrete wall in the Swiss tunnel. Photographs showed the bus rammed up against the side of the tunnel, the front ripped open, broken glass and debris strewn on the road and rescue workers climbing in through side windows.
Mother knifed to death in front of her child, 4, had her Facebook status changed to 'sleeping around' shortly before attack
Leanne McNuff, 24, was knifed in her home in Droylsden, Greater Manchester, just an hour after phoning her best friend to say her account had been hacked. Her soldier boyfriend Ian Lowe, 24, was arrested shortly after she was attacked in front of her son Jayden.
So tell me, Barack, why are all these big lads playing netball? (Well, there wasn't much basketball at Eton)
The two world leaders were seen courtside at a college basketball game in Dayton Ohio, although Mr Cameron looked a bit confused at some points. Perhaps this has something to do with the fact that Mr Cameron's Eton education may have been more about cricket and rugby than the world famous American game. The British Prime Minster had arrived in Washington earlier today on a chartered British Airways jet with wife Samantha just before 2pm local time.
Britain's biggest burger! It's 18,000 calories (more than the WEEKLY recommended calorie intake for a man), has 7lbs of beef and nine rashers of bacon
'The Beast', from Burgers at Blacks in South London, tips the scales at 15 pounds and is garnished with nine slices of cheese and a whole lettuce. Restaurant owner Vas Herodotou (pictured with hungry customer Nicholas Hitchens) says the newly launched super-snack is the ultimate challenge for peckish punters.
So where's your missus, Charlie? Rebekah Brooks' husband makes belated arrival at Cheltenham Festival a day after dawn arrest - but ALONE!
Mr Brooks could afford a smile for the camera as he arrived at the Cheltenham Festival this morning - albeit a day late. He had previously declared how queuing for a pint during the first session of the meeting was the 'happiest moment of my year'. But he never made it that far as the 49-year-old and his wife, former News International boss Rebekah Brooks, were arrested yesterday on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
Britain 2012: The moment armed police surrounded woman in veil - fearing she had a bomb - in eight-hour stand-off on quiet seaside promenade
Officers took aim at her shortly after 11am having received a tip-off claiming she could have an explosive device in her bag. A 40-year-old woman was then arrested in connection with the incident around 7.30pm under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act. The stand-off started at the seafront in Saltburn, Teesside. Army bomb disposal experts were called in immediately.
Turkish farm labourer Sultan Kosen, 29, suffers from the rare disorder acromegaly which causes his body to continually produce the growth hormone. Researchers at the University of Virginia Medical Center, who developed a tailor made treatment after he visited in 2010, say he has finally stopped growing.
Leonie Nice was catching the ball during a lesson at Woodlands Comprehensive School in Basildon, Essex, when she was hit in the chest and fell over, appearing to have a fit, Essex County Council said. Emergency services were called after the incident, just before noon today, and Leonie was taken to Basildon Hospital but died shortly after.
One man and his dogs: Competitors in 1,000-mile sled race dwarfed by the awesome landscapes of Alaska
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and takes more than nine days to complete. As these stunning images show, its course winds though the bleak, freezing terrain. Dallas Seavey last night became the youngest musher to win the race - he turned 25 on March 4, the day the trek officially started north of Anchorage.
'He always said that's the way he wanted to go': Conductor dies in front of wife DURING orchestra concert
Arapahoe Philharmonic conductor Vincent LaGuardia, 68, (pictured, right) suffered an apparent heart attack while conducting Bach's Toccata and Fugue in Littleton, Colorado. His wife Tracy (left and circled in main picture) was playing lead violin and could only watched helplessly as desperate attempts were made to revive him.
Is this Britain's worst photo? Amateur snapper wins 'bad picture' competition for his 'glowing baby' portrait
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Criss-cross King's Cross: Record breaking 'vest' structure to be unveiled at London railway station as part of £500m revamp
This is the centre-piece of one of Britain's biggest and most famous stations - King's Cross - restored with a 21st century twist to its greatness as a railway gateway to the North. The £500million restoration of the 160-year old Grade 1 listed building is part of a further £2.2billion redevelopment of the once shabby and rather disreputable King's Cross area.
'It was like a building collapsing': Drama as Brooklyn Bridge closed for three hours after crane on tugboat scrapes off underside sheeting
Brooklyn Bridge was dramatically closed for three hours last night after a crane on top of a tugboat scraped 20ft of protective sheeting from its underside. Firefighters and police raced to the New York landmark at 8pm as the canvas sheeting, in place for two years to catch paint chips from a long-standing paint job, collapsed into the river below.
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