Mail On Sunday (June 26, 2016)
Young people overwhelmingly supported Britain remaining in the EU – and many now complain they have been betrayed by the Brexit-backing older generation. But how many young adults actually voted in the referendum?
Among the revellers at Glastonbury festival this weekend, some simply forgot to cast their ballot. In a straw poll of 50 festival-goers aged 18 to 30, 29 said they had voted Remain – but 21 admitted they did not vote at all.
Some claimed they had missed the deadline to apply for a postal vote or forgotten to send one off, while others blamed the authorities for not embracing online voting.
Mail On Sunday (May 29, 2016)
A senior NHS manager has quit amid allegations that a massive fraud diverted hospital funds into upmarket private properties.
The Crown Prosecution Service has won a court order against Roy Dyke, which prevents him selling his exclusive £379,500 home while police inquiries continue. Detectives are trying to establish whether a slush fund of at least six figures was siphoned off to finance luxury developments - including one in Dubai.
Mail On Sunday (May 21, 2016)
Zara Phillips' son Thady was wrongly accused of a vile crime: the gang rape of a woman during the May Ball at the Royal Agricultural University where he was studying. ‘It was horrendous,’ she says. ‘But everyone has dealt with it in their own way. In truth, Thady and fellow students Leo Mahon and Patrick Foster, all 22, along with their friend, James Martin, endured a two-year nightmare ...
Mail On Sunday (April 2, 2016)
Two Palestinian terrorists who repeatedly stabbed a British woman in a brutal attack and killed her friend are now each receiving at least £9,000 in ‘blood money’ every year with the help of UK aid.
Kay Wilson was left for dead in an orgy of violence in Jerusalem in which Kristine Luken, an American, was killed.
The attackers were eventually caught and, after admitting their crimes, were sent to prison.
Mail On Sunday (March 6, 2016)
The RSPCA was plunged deeper into chaos last night as a third trustee quit in frustration amid claims that the charity is being badly run.
Accountant Karen Harley resigned from the ruling council of Britain’s biggest animal charity as an internal review demanded by the Charity Commission gets under way.
The Mail on Sunday understands that treasurer Ms Harley told friends she feared her reputation would be damaged by internal wrangling....