News in Britain News in Britain.co.uk aggregator News in Britain.co.uk - aggregated feeds BBC News: Two held by Operation Elveden police A man and a woman are arrested by police investigating allegations of inappropriate payments to public officials. Daily Mail Home: Couple got married on 11/12/13 - at 14:15 Philip Broughton and Fiona Wiltshire from Newton Moss picked the moment so they'd have a unique memory of their special day. Daily Mail Home: We MUST give MPs 11% pay rise or risk 'disaster', Commons watchdog warns Ipsa chairman Sir Ian Kennedy insisted MPs need a ‘one-off uplift’ to take their salary to £74,000 and politicians must not kick the issue into the long grass. BBC News: Earnings rise slower than inflation Average earnings in the UK have risen by less than the rate of inflation for the fifth year running, according to the Office for National Statistics. Daily Mail Home: Mandela memorial sign language 'fake' blames schizophrenia for his nonsense interpretation Thamsanqa Jantjie, 34, has said he started hearing voices in his head and hallucinating, resulting in gestures which made no sense. Daily Mail Home: Daughter of actress Jane Birkin and Bond film composer John Barry found dead on pavement beneath her Paris apartment British photographer Kate Barry, 46 (inset and left as a toddler with her mother) was found below her upmarket apartment in the 16th arrondissement of the French capital. Police reportedly found anti-depressants in the flat. Daily Mail Home: Twisted killers who each murdered one of their children are now writing love letters to each other from their prison cells Wesley Williams strangled his former partner and her seven-month-old baby after the graduate broke up with him – then wrote about his crimes on Facebook. Daily Mail Home: Sick children in hospital ward found to have access to unblocked porn channels including Babestation Pornographic channels had been left unblocked on a Paediatric Assessment Unit at Birmingham Children's Hospital (pictured). Daily Mail Home: BBC sent THREE TIMES as many staff to cover Mandela death than all rival British broadcasters combined The corporation sent a total of 140 presenters and crew members to South Africa, while ITV and Channel 4 sent nine, Channel 5 sent four and Sky News sent 21. Daily Mail Home: Nick Clegg: I do not smack my sons The Deputy Prime Minister insisted he would not judge others because raising children can be incredibly frustrating and leave parents wanting to 'pull your hair out'.