Mail On Sunday (October 25, 2015)

Sidelined BBC2 chief is paid £235,000 to work from her £1.8m Georgian home on 'special projects' in role as 'Controller of Seasons'

The BBC is paying one of its senior executives an astonishing £235,000 a year to work from home on ‘special projects’.

Janice Hadlow, the Corporation’s ‘Controller of Seasons and Special Projects’, receives the huge salary despite being based largely at her home in Bath rather than her office in London.

Ms Hadlow, 57, was previously the Controller of BBC2 but stepped down at the beginning of last year.

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Mail On Sunday (October 24, 2015)

Officials' secret acts: MoD to quiz three top married officers over 'kinky sex' sessions with female civil servant

The Ministry of Defence has launched an investigation into allegations that at least three married senior British military officers have been involved in kinky sex sessions with a female civil servant.

The woman at the centre of the investigation, Laura Dixon, is also alleged to have had an affair with a senior US officer...

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Daily Mail (September 18, 2015

Eyewitness to Hell: It was the night 16,000 Nazi bombs turned Coventry into the 'city of the dead'. Now a new book relives the terror - and reveals how one survivor was haunted by the chance he'd missed to kill Hitler.

On Armistice Day in 1940, British interrogators made a chilling discovery. As the Blitz raged over London, a captured German pilot was overheard revealing to his room-mate that a colossal air raid, perhaps the biggest yet, had been planned to coincide with the next full moon...

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Mail On Sunday (July 12, 2015)

Extremist targets badger cull marksman... so police take away the VICTIM'S job: Decision means farm worker will lose £5,000 in earnings

Police have banned a marksman from shooting badgers as part of a Government cull – because he was confronted by a notorious animal rights extremist.

The decision means the farm worker - who wants to remain anonymous - will lose £5,000 in earnings. Critics say it is the latest stand-down by the authorities over the cull, which is designed to control bovine TB.

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Mail On Sunday (July 26, 2015)

Universities accused of running 'racket' which lets thousands of students in with just three grade Es

Universities have been accused of running an education ‘racket’ by giving places to thousands of students with A-level grades as low as three Es.

Official figures obtained by The Mail on Sunday reveal that more than a tenth of one university’s teenage intake last year had only scraped through their A-levels. At Bolton University, 12.1 per cent of its 17 to 19-year-olds beginning courses last September were in this category, compared to ...

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