Peter Shilton arrested
FORMER England goalkeeper and Argyle manager Peter Shilton will appear in court later this month after being arrested for drink-driving, police said.
The 63-year-old was arrested outside the home of a female friend in Manor Road, Colchester, Essex, on February 24 after being found to be driving with excess alcohol in his system. A spokesman for Essex Police said: "A 63-year-old man will appear at Colchester Magistrates' Court on March 19."
Shilton, of Kenilworth, Warwickshire, is England's most capped player, having made 125 appearances for his country. Shilton played more than 1,000 competitive matches for 11 different clubs including Argyle, Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Derby and Southampton, throughout his career.
DAVID CAMERON yesterday made clear he will resist pressure from within his Cabinet and on the Conservative backbenches to ditch the protection from cuts which he has granted to the NHS, schools and overseas aid. Little more than a week ahead of Chancellor George Osborne's March 20 Budget, critics of the PM's approach have set their sights on the so-called "ring-fence" for favoured priorities, arguing that it is forcing departments like justice, transport and the Home Office to bear the brunt of cost-cutting.
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In a speech calculated to appeal to the Tory right, former defence secretary Liam Fox questioned whether shielding particular areas "makes sense in a period of prolonged austerity".
BEAUTIFUL people are seen as good looking even if they distort their faces into grimaces of disgust, surprise, fear or anger, according to new research.
Unattractive people, on the other hand, are seen as unappealing even if they smile broadly because the underlying structure of the face is what others recognise, not the expression.
But expressions can still make a small difference as a signal of whether someone is worth pursuing as a mate, the researchers found.