The basic food hygiene blunders at some of the country’s best-known restaurant chains

When you go for a bite to eat at some of the country’s best-known and long-established restaurant chains you expect them to be clean and hygienic.

But are they?

This was the question posed by Consumer Editor of The Sun, Dan Jones, as he tasked OpenWorld News to investigate if any were making hygiene blunders.

And the answer was a pretty stomach-churning yes, as we found mouse droppings and … Read more →

The 10 families living off jobless handouts while claiming child benefit for 13 children

For most hard-working couples, the decision to have a second, third, or maybe fourth child will inevitably raise the question: ‘Can we afford to?’

Which is why the subject of large families living off welfare is often so incendiary.

Our investigation, published by The Sun today, shows 40,000 families living on state handouts are now … Read more →

Osama Bin Laden’s daughter-in-law becomes a member of forces charity the Royal British Legion

Today’s story in The Sun – another exclusive from OpenWorld News – presents a dilemma of epic proportions for one of the nation’s finest institutions.

Osama Bin Laden’s daughter-in-law has become a member of forces charity The Royal British Legion.

On one hand, this is a human rights triumph. According to the RBL’s constitution anyone can join their ranks.

And by all accounts Zaina Bin Laden – previously known as Jane Felix Browne – has become a valued member of her local branch in Moulton, Cheshire.

However, there are … Read more →

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