Friends grieve for Trevor
GRIEVING members of the Fisherman's Friends have spoken of "a much-loved and valued friend", following the death of singer Trevor Grills on Monday night.
Mr Grills, pictured above, one of 10 Cornish-based performers with the sea shanty group, was seriously injured following an incident at the G Live venue in Guildford, Surrey, on Saturday.
The band's promoter, Paul McMullen from Stockport, died at the scene with leg injuries after he was trapped underneath a metal stage door. Mr Grills suffered severe head injuries in the incident and was taken to hospital in London, where he later died.
The band are from the fishing village of Port Isaac.
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ROLLING Stones star Ronnie Wood has revealed he is planning to persuade the rest of the band to headline Glastonbury this year.
The rockers – Wood, 65, Sir Mick Jagger, 69, Keith Richards, 69, and drummer Charlie Watts, 71 – performed a series of live concerts last year to mark their 50th anniversary, and Wood is keen to continue the celebrations.
He admitted he is keen to play at the music festival, and is determined to get the other Stones on board.
Asked about Glastonbury he said: "Wouldn't it be nice. We've got a meeting next month and that's going to be my first question to them.
"It's something I've always been interested in. I'm going to twist their arms."
BARCLAYS boss Antony Jenkins revealed plans to axe at least 3,700 jobs and said there will be "no going back to the old ways" despite handing out £1.85 billion in bonuses to staff.
The scandal-hit bank risked courting further controversy over banker pay as it said the bonus pool will mean each employee gets £13,300 on average, including £54,100 for investment banking staff.
Mr Jenkins insisted the group was "changing the way we do business" as he unveiled the results of a strategic overhaul to repair the bank's battered reputation after a string of scandals.