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Vicky and Steven Huddleston took out critical illness insurance to cover their mortgage in the event that one of them became ill.The couple have three children, Amelia, 15, Jude, 12, and Lena, ten, (pictured right) and wanted to be sure they would be able to pay their bills should either of them suddenly be unable to work.A major US network has cancelled Roseanne Barr's television show hours after the comedian posted a racist tweet about an aide of President Obama's.Barr was widely condemned after she took to Twitter to say that Valerie Jarrett, who served as the senior advisor to Obama, looked like the 'Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby.' ABC released a statement on Tuesday afternoon, branding Barr's tweets 'abhorrent, repugnant, and inconsistent with our values' and announcing that her sitcom 'Roseanne' had been cancelled.Jimmy Page fears that construction work at the house in Holland Park, West London, will damage the structure of his Grade I listed house and vibrations will threaten its richly decorated interior (pictured, bottom inset, his Tower House home).The guitarist (pictured, left, addressing councillors in Kensington today and, right, shortly after arriving at the town hall) said he was pleased with permission being deferred.Page (pictured, top inset, at the Royal Albert Hall in 1983) has been locked in a row with Williams since the singer moved next door to him four years ago.Israel has warned it is 'closer to war' than ever as missile warning sirens continued to blare and military jets pounded targets in Gaza in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Mrs Bertarelli, pictured performing on stage on the left, and her husband Ernesto have a combined fortune of £9.65 billion.
Mike Brown, the commissioner for Transport for London, apologised to motorists who have complained that a network of segregated cycle lanes has made traffic even worse.
These pictures of empty bike 'superhighways' in London, Manchester and Surrey running next to roads of gridlocked vehicles may illustrate those drivers' frustration at the policy.
The land and buildings owned by the colleges cover 126,000 acres – an area more than four times the size of Manchester.
Pictured: Breakdown of Oxbridge colleges’ assets (main graphic), map of properties owned by Oxford colleges (top right) and map of properties owned by Cambridge colleges (bottom right).The UK faced a fourth night of thunderstorms after a month's worth of rain fell within an hour, leaving cars submerged and railway lines blocked as Britain's rollercoaster weather continues.