Mail On Sunday (1 March 2020)

Petrol pump pirates! Motorists face 'forecourt lottery' with cost of filling up an average car varying by £18 at garages just two miles apart

Analysis by The Mail on Sunday suggests cheapest unleaded petrol in country - at Costco warehouse in Manchester – is 115.7p per litre

Most expensive, at motorway service station on M4 in West London, cost 147.9p. Just two miles away, we found an Asda supermarket selling unleaded for 116.7p and diesel for 118.7p.

Difference between highest and lowest prices – 32.2p per litre – means driver of a car with a typical 55-litre tank could end up paying £17.71 extra to fill up

Mail On Sunday (5 February 2020)

How 'Geordie Lee' became 'The King of Dawlish': Sunderland drugs boss now starting 25 years behind bars

Lee Brooks and his 13-strong mob ran a cocaine and heroin empire enforced by savage violence Gang operated county lines network smuggling drugs into south Devon town from Sunderland and Liverpool.

Today, after mob was jailed for a total of 105 years, a friend of his girlfriend's parents lifted lid on Brooks' story Said he faced threats from a rival gang boss in Sunderland and 'turned up at Dawlish station' the following day Gang's crimes terrorised Regency resort town, which is famous for its scenic railway running along the coast

Sun On Sunday (6 February 2020)

FLAK ATTACK ‘Flakka zombies’ roam town of first UK death from deadly drug which makes users gouge eyeballs out

'FLAKKA zombies' have sparked fears of a new nationwide drugs epidemic after the first UK death from a new deadly narcotic which can make users gouge out their eyeballs. Andrea Horvathova, 23, died from a lethal cocktail of substances which included the man-made psycho-stimulant 'Flakka'.

The Sun Online visited Andrea's hometown of Plymouth, where locals spoke of terrifying 'zombie-like' drug users stalking parts of the genteel town's West End.

Mail On Sunday (8 December 2019)

Talented footballer, 13, dies just hours after learning she has cancer - as her mother slams doctors for sending her home with antibiotics after failing to spot tumour on X-ray

The mother of a teenage girl who died the day after being told she had cancer has condemned medics for failing to diagnose it earlier.

Talented footballer Tanisha Baverstock succumbed to lymphoma – a blood cancer which is treatable if quickly identified – on January 31.

The 13-year-old had suffered for weeks with a persistent cough and weight loss. She was finally referred to hospital by her GP, where an X-ray found a shadow on a lung that the consultant said ‘didn’t look normal’.

Mail On Sunday (11 November 2019)

Christian banned from displaying banner proclaiming his beliefs in Speaker’s Corner row vows to take his challenge to court

For more than 20 years, he has displayed a banner proclaiming his Christian beliefs while preaching the Gospel at Speaker’s Corner.

But last Sunday, at the nation’s historic home of free speech, two police officers told Roland Parsons he could no longer show his slogans and ordered him to remove them.

The plan for 34 new homes on the two-acre Cedar Avenue playing field has infuriated residents of the densely populated Bridge Ward in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

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