VROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT
How a row over who really owns a vintage Ferrari sold by London auction house Bonhams is turning into a legal re-run of Wacky Races.
Discovery of a forged invoice brings hope to a pensioner who complained about terrible conditions at his mobile home park only to end up with a huge libel bill and the threat of jail.
Householders are left for weeks without internet access or even a phone line in some places as BT cocks up the installation of broadband in rural areas.
Glen Parva young offenders’ institution sees yet another inmate – a known suicide risk – take his own life as the jail fails to follow safety procedures.
High street bank customers due compensation for buying rip-off insurance may not be paid given the dubious record of the US insurer who supplied it.
WAGES OF SPIN
Birmingham Met college announces big staff cuts and blames the coalition– as its principal sits comfortably atop the further education pay league.
A high school costing £37m and boasting open-plan learning ‘pods’ asks for yet more money to, er, create traditional individual classrooms again.
How the Post Office prosecuted sub-postmasters for fraud without even bothering to find out what was wrong with its faulty Horizon IT system.
PRINCESS OF WAILS REVISITED
South Wales police launch a new investigation into the treatment of patients at troubled Princess of Wales hospital in Bridgend.
RAF WINGS CLIPPED
The RAF’s new fighter, the F-35B Lightning II, gets a pisspoor progress report from auditors in the US where it is being developed.