A MAN who broke into the Queen's bedroom was yesterday jailed for four years for dealing in heroin. Michael Fagan grinned in the dock at Winchester Crown Court as he was sentenced and told Judge Michael Brodrick: ''Have a nice Christmas.''

Addict Fagan, 49, who had written to the judge asking for a suspended sentence, admitted three charges of supplying a total of two and a half ounces of heroin to a former addict who was acting as a police informer,

Fagan broke into Buckingham Palace twice in 1982 and managed to get into the Queen's bedroom while she was sleeping. He went on trial for stealing half a bottle of wine during the first break-in and was found not guilty but was detained in a secure hospital.