A hairdresser who came from humble beginnings in his family salon can now call himself Prince William's stylist after being invited to the palace to shave the royal's head. Joey Wheeler was yesterday invited to Kensington Palace to give the Duke of Cambridge the number one buzzcut. Originally from Brighton where he started out in the family salon, Mr Wheeler spent some four years commuting to London where he toiled away in a top salon.
A judge has criticised police and prosecutors after a diary which supported the case of an Oxford student accused of rape emerged just days before his trial collapsed. Oliver Mears, 19, spent two years on bail accused of raping and assaulting a woman in July 2015. But the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) decided to offer no evidence against him on the basis of fresh evidence, including a diary that supported his case, which was passed to the CPS just last week.
BREAKING NEWS: Ex pole-dancer, 44, is jailed for four years for encouraging postman to kill himself in suicide pact Natasha Gordon, 44, has been jailed for fours years at Leicester Crown CourtFormer pole-dancer encouraged the suicide of postman Matthew BirkinshawBy Amie Gordon For Mailonline Published: 08:24 EST, 19 January 2018 | Updated: 08:24 EST, 19 January 2018 Former pole-dancer Natasha Gordon, 44, has been jailed for fours years at Leicester Crown Court for encouraging the suicide of...
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Selecting a term
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