THE Academy Award nominated actress died at age 74 on November 3 - but what caused her death? And what was her relationship with Clint Eastwood? Here's what you need to know... What was Sondra Locke's cause of death? A death certificate shows Locke died of cardiac arrest stemming from breast and bone cancer. She was 74, and her death only came to light in mid-December. Locke was best known for the six films she made with Clint Eastwood in the late 1970s and early 1980s. These include The Outlaw Josey Wales, Every Which Way But Loose and Sudden Impact. She was flagged for greatness early on in her carrier, having been nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress for the 1968's film The Heart is a Lonely Hunter - her first film. ‘HE’S A GOOD MAN’ Woman stands by fiance jailed for raping pregnant woman feeling lucky? Winning EuroMillions numbers for Friday December 14 £76million jackpot 'NO IDEA!' What does nebulous mean? Baffled Brits look it up after … [Read more...] about What was Sondra Locke’s cause of death and when did the actress have a turbulent relationship with Clint Eastwood?
SHE was the Suffragette known for militant tactics and hunger strikes in her quest for women's rights. But who was Emmeline Pankhurst and how did she help revolutionise the lives of women and gain them the vote... Who was Emmeline Pankhurst? Emmeline Pankhurst was a political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement who is known for helping women win the right to vote. Emmeline, whose maiden name was Goulden, was born in Moss Side, Manchester, in 1858 to politically active parents. In 1879, she married barrister Richard Pankhurst – who was well-known for supporting women’s rights. In 1889, Emmeline founded the Women’s Franchise League – which fought to allow married women to vote in local elections. In 1903 she later went on to help found the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU) - a more militant organisation that gained notoriety for its activities. The WSPU was christened the “suffragettes”. Emmeline was arrested on … [Read more...] about Who was Emmeline Pankhurst? The suffragette leader who was born in Manchester and fought for women’s right to vote
FORMER hip-hop mogul Suge Knight is currently in jail serving a 28-year sentence for killing a man with his car at an LA burger stall. But who is the man behind the explosive claims that he was the real target in Tupac Shakur's murder, and why has he now been accused of orchestrating the killings of Tupac and Notorious B.I.G? Who is Suge Knight? Marion Knight Jr, aka Suge, was born in April 1965 in Compton city, Los Angeles, California, just a few weeks before violent rioting over police brutality in nearby Watts. Soon after this, Suge’s neighbourhood turned into a ghetto blighted by gang violence as middle class people fled fearing rocketing crime. But despite growing up in troubled surroundings, the young Knight, like his dad, was a noted American football player and he was a clever lad too. He was so good he went on to earn an athletic scholarship to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he did well academically. During this time he began working as a bodyguard for … [Read more...] about Who is Suge Knight? CEO of Death Row Records sentenced to 28 years in jail for manslaughter
BOMBSHELL tapes confirmed wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill had an affair with Cara Delevingne's great-aunt. The knighted politician — subject of hit movie Darkest Hour — had a four-year fling with Doris Castlerosse. Here's what we know. Who was Doris Castlerosse? Married social climber Doris Castlerosse, nee Delevingne, began her romance with Sir Winston in 1933. They were in the south of France where they regularly spent summers together. The sexpot — famed for a sex trick she called Cleopatra’s Grip — had an earlier affair with Churchill's son Randolph. She once quipped: "You may think it fun to make love. But if you had to make love to dirty old men as I do, you would think again". Keen artist Sir Winston even painted a portrait of her which she took with her when she moved to the US. In 1942, when she was broke, the war leader feared it could be used to blackmail him so he got her to return to the UK with it. After she died of an … [Read more...] about Who was Lady Castlerosse, how was she related to Cara Delevingne and did she have an affair with Winston Churchill?
WORLD War One was one of the most significant events in all human history. But worryingly millennials apparently have some gaps in their knowledge regarding who lead Britain during one of our nation’s most testing times according to a survey by the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association. Luckily The Sun's here to help fill in the gaps... Who was prime minister during WW1? Britain had two prime ministers during WW1, and neither one of them was Winston Churchill. When King George V, the Queen’s grandad, declared war on August 4 1914 Herbert Asquith was in Number 10. Asquith, leader of the Liberal Party, led the nation until 1916 when he was forced out of office following a series of crises including lack of artillery shells and the humiliating defeat to the Turks at Gallipoli. He was replaced by David Lloyd George, also a Liberal, who had served as a minister in his War Cabinet. Lloyd George would go on to lead Britain to victory in 1918 and remain PM until 1922. … [Read more...] about Who was the prime minister during WW1 and why do millennials think Winston Churchill was in charge?