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VILLAGERS in Milverton claim taxpayers could be short changed by almost £1 million after a plot of council-owned land was sold for a fraction of its value.

Having never confirmed that they were an item prior to the allegations of Stewart’s affair (it being the best known “secret” in Hollywood), they are characteristically tight-lipped about their personal lives. Probably that bit in the first one, when Bella is in the hospital and she says: "Don’t ever leave me again," and I say, "Where am I going to go? I still think that’s my favourite scene in it mainly because it was so different what happened after it. That’s amazing, just a picture book of fifty grey sheds [laughs], and it’s literally on the New York Times Best Seller List. [Laughs]What do you think about when you watch yourself in movies?

We made up the line there and then, that’s how different the shoot was. I don’t really know what I’m doing when I’m doing it [Laughs].

Even the firing of the fatal bullet, on Monday night, failed to be a clean dispatch.

On the 650th and final day, the "potential overseas investor" still could not be named.

During the long-running saga dating back to the 1970s, the Deane originally tried to sell the plot to S.

Notaro Ltd for £1.2 million to allow a 72-home estate to be built.

A tome that in paper form might be rather heavy to lug around has been published today digitally – available to Twilighters on Kindle and other e-readers.

It contains 30 interviews with the cast dating from 2008 when the first film was released.

"I'm very disappointed with the way they've handled it - it just went through on the nod and very few councillors bothered to ask any questions." Villager Chris Mann said the contract drawn up by the Deane House means Notaro simply need to sit on the site for 25 years "to avoid paying a penny more" and allows the company to wriggle out of building affordable homes.

He added: "It's the death knell for the heritage settlement of Milverton, a recognised jewel within Taunton Deane, whose medieval streets will be unable to cope with the increased traffic from the worst imaginable position in the village." Joe Notaro, of S.

If you thought that Breaking Dawn –Part 2 would be the last time you got to sink your fangs into Edward Cullen, Bella Swan and Jacob Black then think again (and no, I’m not talking about Fifty Shades of Grey).