Egerton Crescent in   Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; named by Lloyds Bank as Britain’s most expensive road to live in, with average property prices around £5 million. Photograph:  Dan Kitwood/Getty

Body blames lax UK rules on billions in illegally gained wealth moving into high-end properties

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen: an Abu Dhabi fund has indicated it would be willing to settle for a majority stake in the Maybourne hotel group, with Mr McKillen holding a minority interest – an acceptance the Irishman is not prepared to leave the scene. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Developer ‘has no intention of selling his shareholding in Maybourne’

Former boxing promoter Kellie Maloney giving an emotional speech during the Ukip Spring Conference at the Winter Gardens in Margate, Kent. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Transsexual and former boxing promoter says Ukip is open to all

Ukip’s leader, Nigel Farage, during the party’s conference at the Winter Gardens in Margate, Kent.  Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

Nearly 1,000 Ukip members gathered at seaside town to ‘believe in Britain’

Clostridium difficile is still the most common use for faecal transplant: it hits hundreds of thousands of people annually, causing serious diarrhoea and often death. Photogarph: The Irish Times

Innovative procedure tackles most common gut bug infection – Clostridium Difficile

Jimmy Savile celebrity awed some, while his bullying, dominant personality frightened others. His fund-raising skills were seen as useful by Margaret Thatcher’s government, particularly, who “feted” Savile. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images

Analysis: Savile’s ability to abuse depended on influence, power and the right to be left unchallenged

Jimmy Savile, whose passing was initially mourned in 2011 before his crimes emerged into public view, raped or abused sixty-four victims — aged between eight and 40 — in just one hospital alone, Stoke Mandeville; though his oldest victim was 75. Photograph: PA Wire

Savile’s older brother, who died in 1998, also alleged to have assaulted five patients

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: “Our economy is growing; our public finances are under control. Jobs are being created.” Photograph: The Irish Times

Minister indicates possible Coalition losses of 16 FG seats, with Labour partner losing 18

The head of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, Lin Homer,  giving evidence at a treasury committee hearing in Westminster yesterday. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Head of UK tax authority defends organisation in face of MPs’ complaints

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