From newspapers to ice lollies and biscuits to oven chips. It's all made of felt and nothing but felt.
The landlord's been fined for renting out the filthy property which also had no fire alarm and blocked fire escapes.
If you've got expensive taste, then you'll really love these.
Gatwick said it was "disappointed that recent baggage issues have affected too many passengers", adding:
– Gatwick Airport
We have established service standards for our own staff, as well as for ground handling agents, who supply services to airlines such as unloading baggage from aircraft and delivering them to the baggage hall. Recently, Swissport has failed to meet these standards. Although bags are being delivered on time for 95% of flights, this is not good enough. This has been frustrating for passengers and we are disappointed with the recent arrival baggage service. Swissport has committed to getting this right, and we are working closely with them to help. Gatwick is providing additional staff.
Gatwick Airport is bringing in its own staff to help with the luggage crisis amid fears there could be further travel chaos this weekend.
Staff shortages affecting baggage-handling company Swissport led to some passengers at the West Sussex airport having to fly abroad without their luggage last weekend. Others ran into long delays in reclaiming bags having flown back to Gatwick.
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Binge drinkers in four London boroughs could soon been given sobriety ankle tags if they continue to commit offences while under the influence of alcohol.
The pilot, in Croydon, Lambeth, Southwark and Sutton, is the first of its kind and will be used to monitor the alcohol consumption of offenders.
If their behaviour persists they will be brought back before the courts.
The number of rough sleepers in London has risen by 64% since 2010.
New figures show a third of these people have been homeless before.
The London Assembly Housing Committee is calling on the Mayor to do more to help, criticising funding cuts which it says have put pressure on homeless services.
A trainee paramedic faked he was a gay man to gain the trust of a female friend, who he later went on to rape.
Today, Christopher Bridger from Stevenage was found guilty of the sexual attack at Guildford Crown Court.