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Man 'with crossbow at Windsor Castle' on Christmas Day said 'I'm here to kill the Queen' - - county Berkshire - city Southampton
Man 'with crossbow at Windsor Castle' on Christmas Day said 'I'm here to kill the Queen'
Queen".Westminster Magistrates Court heard on Wednesday morning Jaswant Singh Chail, 20, explain what he was doing then stopped by police on Christmas Day last year.At the time of being handcuffed on December 25, Chail was allegedly wearing a mask and hood while carrying a crossbow loaded with a bolt with the safety catch off and ready to fire.He had made it almost as far as the Queen's private residence, with a line of sight to her apartments, where she was at the time.Earlier this month Chail was charged with an offence under section 2 of the Treason Act, 1842 which is "discharging or aiming firearms, or throwing or using any offensive matter or weapon, with intent to injure or alarm her Majesty".Chail, from Southampton, has also been charged with threats to kill under section 16 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861 and possession of an offensive weapon under section 1 of the Prevention of Crime Act 1953.He appeared by video-link from Broadmoor high-security psychiatric hospital in Berkshire on Wednesday charged with an offence under Section 2 of the Treason Act, possession of an offensive weapon and making threats to kill. Chail, wearing a dark jacket over a black top, sat at a table with his arms folded during the hearing, speaking to confirm his name, date of birth and current address at Broadmoor.For more shocking stories from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters hereIt was said he was there "with intent to injure" the Queen, the court heard.A police officer said he looked like someone from a vigilante movie.A third charge states he had "an offensive weapon, namely a loaded crossbow" in a public place.
Teen called 'bad mum' for partying in racy clothes slams trolls who want kid taken away - - Britain - city Southampton
Teen called 'bad mum' for partying in racy clothes slams trolls who want kid taken away
READ MORE: 'Mums pay me to make smoothies and pills out of their placentas' The Teen Mom UK star, from Southampton, told Fabulous: “I like to wear the clothes I wear which some people say aren’t typical ‘mum’ clothes.“And that makes me a bad mum? People have gone as far to message me and say my child should be taken away because of the way I am.”Mia’s style isn’t the only thing that gets her in trouble with keyboard warriors.The mum revealed she’s “judged” for enjoying nights out with her friends.She often heads out on the town when Marliya is with her dad, which gives her the opportunity to enjoy herself.But unfortunately for Mia, some don’t think she should have any time off.She said: “Life doesn’t stop when you have children, for me it has just started. But I’m constantly judged because I like to party.“Of course you have to make so many sacrifices, but I believe you should be able to go out and do what you want to do as much as you want.” For more lifestyle stories, sign up to the free Hot Topics newsletter here. Mia refuses to let trolls bring her down.She said: “Who cares whether you want to go out on a Saturday night and your child is with their father, dance all night with a short dress on, as long as you show up for your kids I think you do you.”The TV star also wants fans to know being a teen mum isn’t “such a bad thing”.Even though she has to make “sacrifices”, she says her life changed for the better after having her little one.Mia added: “To people who 100% want to have a baby young I wish them all the luck in the world and to ignore any negatives, you can be the best mum at 18 and the best mum at 35 – I don’t care what anybody says.”READ NEXT: Mum hits back at trolls who called baby bump ‘gross’ during
'We couldn't find jobs so now live off-grid on a school bus and save £800 a month' - - Britain - USA - city Southampton
'We couldn't find jobs so now live off-grid on a school bus and save £800 a month'
job market.So instead, the pair, who were inspired by YouTube, bought Ford Transit minibus, which they converted and drove around Europe in.After enjoying their travel stint in the bus, Harri and Nicky returned to the UK and took part-time jobs so that they could save up to buy an iconic US school bus - which they now live in Stateside.They're currently living a nomadic life, travelling up and down the West Coast – and say they are enjoying living everyday as it comes.They claim they spend just $1,000 (£820) a month on food and fuel, while living "rent free".Nicky said: "We saved up from selling the Boxer and having part-time jobs and used that to buy the bus which cost $10,000 (£8,000) all in including taxes."It's from 2012 with 96,000 miles and was well looked after."We spent $5,000 (£4,000) on the conversion making it $15,000 (£12,000) all in - and we're hoping to sell it for $30,000 (£24,000) to $35,000 (£28,000) when we're done travelling."We're living rent free with no money on park-ups and we're totally off-grid so don't need to plug into a supply."We spend about $250 (£203) a week on food and fuel so spend about $1,000 a month."We get negative comments from people saying it was funded by the bank of mum and dad - it gets under our skin because people always think our parents pay for it but they don't pay for anything."The couple met back in 2015 when they were both 16 before studying at University of Southampton together and graduated in the middle of 2020.Due to the pandemic, they said employers were cautious about taking them on.The pair started watching vanlife videos on YouTube, and discovered they could experience a different way of living.They bought a van while living with Harri's family and working
Bizarre items Brits have taken on holiday – and expert top tips on what to pack - - Britain - city Southampton
Bizarre items Brits have taken on holiday – and expert top tips on what to pack
MSC Cruises revealed Britain’s packing nightmare and explained that 35% of Brits surveyed found packing stressful with one in 10 finding it so hard that they didn't wish to go on holiday at all!Plus, nearly a quarter claimed that the pandemic meant they'd forgotten what to pack with the figure doubling for parents holidaying with children.Research shows we all struggle with what to take on holiday as 60% of Brits admitted to being serial over-packers.Two in three women and half of men do not wear all the items they pack and 17% of Brits confessed to being disorganised packers – leaving everything to the last minute.Meanwhile, 64% of those with one child have rowed with their other half over packing, going up to 77% for those with three or more children.Luckily, MSC Cruises has assembled a team of super packers: Emily Norris, the resident family packer; Jeannine Williamson, pro-cruiser and travel writer; Yaya & Lloyd, travel influencers AKA Hand Luggage Only, and Nicola Lewis, the professional organiser.And, for the rest of us, one pro-cruiser has shared her top packing advice to stop us struggling when we're about to go on holiday. And, the experts revealed some of the strangest things people have ever packed in their suitcases.These included:Anyone who organises a trip with MSC Virtuosa sailing from Southampton has the chance to book 1-2-1 video consultations with a Holiday Prep for bespoke advice and guidance on what and how to pack for their cruise.A whopping 33% of parents with three or more kids said they would be willing to pay someone to pack for them.
Ralph Hasenhuttl - Fraser Forster - Southampton likened to "hungover Sunday league side" over horrendous mistakes vs Watford - - city Southampton
Southampton likened to "hungover Sunday league side" over horrendous mistakes vs Watford
Southampton have been compared to a “hungover Sunday league side” after conceding a shambolic goal in their 2-1 defeat by relegation-threatened Watford on Sunday.Watford came into the fixture with just one win from their last 16 Premier League games, but left with a valuable three points in their bid to avoid the drop.Their win owed a lot to Saints’ generous defence, who gift-wrapped Cucho Hernandez’s opener 14 minutes into the game.Fraser Forster and Jan Bednarek played some ponderous balls around the back before Mohammed Salisu left his back-pass short for his goalkeeper, allowing Hernandez to nip in, round Forster and score.It was shocking defending from Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side, who found themselves 2-0 down after 34 minutes when Hernandez smashed a powerful volley through Forster.Mohamed Elyounoussi pulled a goal back from close range following a James Ward-Prowse free-kick, but the home team couldn’t find an equaliser in a sloppy second half to record a third straight defeat.All fans were talking about after the match was the comical way in which Saints conceded the first goal.“Surely not, wtf you’d think it was some hungover Sunday League side,” wrote one fan on Twitter.HAVE YOUR SAY! Can Watford avoid the drop this season? Comment below.“Ermm..looks pretty awful,” wrote one commenter.“This defending is painful to watch...
Storm Eunice - Deliveroo and Uber Eats cancel service as Storm Eunice sparks rider safety fears - - Britain - county Isle Of Wight - city Calais - city Southampton - city Dover
Deliveroo and Uber Eats cancel service as Storm Eunice sparks rider safety fears
the Met Office said.This comes as Storm Eunice has wrecked havoc across the country.Flights have been cancelled throughout the UK, with London City Airport closing down completely.A number of brave pilots have attempted landings, with some succeeding, while others have decided to abort.Ferries running between Southampton and the Isle of Wight, but also those from Dover to Calais have also been affected due to the adverse weather conditions.Despite warnings from the Met Office and the authorities for people to stay at home, some have not only gone out, but gone for a swim too.A trio of men were pictured stripping off to their trunks and getting into the water at New Brighton, Merseyside.Trees up and down the country have been at the mercy of the winds, with a massive one in Devon being completely ripped from its roots.Thousands of homes across the country, including the south-west and the north of England have also experienced power cuts.The post has also been affected, with Royal Mail announcing that no mail would be delivered in areas that are part of the red weather warning.London's iconic O2 Arena had sections of its roof ripped off by the strong winds.The emergency services are dealing with issues non-stop, following an increasing number of calls by concerned residents, with Devon and Cornwall Police saying they have received four times as many calls as normal.
Alex Ferguson - David De-Gea - Teddy Sheringham - Peter Schmeichel - Matt Le-Tissier - Sir Alex Ferguson once begged one of worst Premier League keepers to stay at Man Utd - - Italy - Manchester - city Southampton
Sir Alex Ferguson once begged one of worst Premier League keepers to stay at Man Utd
Manchester United, but he also had a few flops during his time.Although Ferguson had some of the greats in goal over his spell at United, for some reason every goalkeeper was prone to an iconic howler at Old Trafford, with Roy Carroll, Fabien Barthez and David De Gea amongst some of the shot-stoppers to embarrass themselves.One of the most famous incidents of all though, was when Massimo Taibi allowed Matt Le Tissier's shot to squeeze through his legs while his face planted into the ground, but by the time he picked himself up, the ball was in the net.Despite flopping at United, the goalkeeper who has just turned 52, claimed that it was his decision to leave United, and that Ferguson begged him to stay.Taibi joined United in 1999 for £4.5million after Peter Schmeichel left Old Trafford, but the Italian soon returned to his homeland the following year after making just four appearances for the first team.The goalkeeper revealed that it was a family issue causing him major issues, and that he had to return to Italy, but admitted that Ferguson was desperate to see him stay at the club. Unfortunately for Talibi, one of those four games included the howler against Southampton, but the Italian opened up about his time at United."Of course, it was 100% my decision to leave Manchester United.