Kate Donovan, 29, originally from Australia but living in London, appeared in the Our Money series for i News exploring how the public spend and save their money.In the piece titled 'How I live on a £69,500 salary while saving to buy a two-bedroom flat', Kate explains the cut backs she has made while saving for her first home.Readers were left baffled by the piece taking to Twitter to complain that Miss Donovan could live 'comfortably' on that salary.Anna Searle, 62, was found strangled at their £400,000 home in Stowmarket, Suffolk on December 30, after she found out Stephen Searle was having an affair with their son's girlfriend.And making a clear pitch for the top job without directly calling for Mrs May to quit, he added: 'It is not too late to save Brexit.' The searing assessment could throw Mrs May back into turmoil just as she was hoping to limp into the summer parliamentary break.The PM was not in the chamber for Mr Johnson's statement, as she was running the gauntlet of a grilling by senior MPs on the Liaison Committee (top right).The former foreign secretary exploded back into the political fray with his resignation speech to the Commons (pictured left and bottom right) as the Prime Minister struggles to contain open warfare in the Tory party.Mr Johnson complained that a 'fog of self doubt' had descended on the government after Mrs May's Lancaster House speech last year, and she had allowed the process to be dictated by questions about the Irish border.
Divers have discovered the wreck of the Russian warship Dimitrii Donskoi (left and top right) around 1,400ft under the waves off the South Korean island of Ulleungdo (bottom right), 113 years after it sank.
The Honourable Mr Justice Green, sentencing Searle to a minimum of 14 years told him: 'Your actions have cause devastating waves of pain and anguish to crash through your entire family.' Searle, who had been married for 45 years, looked straight ahead and showed no reaction as his fate was read out.
Searle, who had been married for 45 years for her murdered his wife, looked straight ahead and showed no reaction as he was jailed.
It's wonderful news.' A property manager whose failure to fit smoke alarms at a house was 'a significant cause' in the deaths of two young boys in a fire has been jailed for 12 months.
Kamal Bains (pictured right, outside court) repeatedly ignored requests to install smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at a rented property (inset) his company maintained.