The former jockey kept attacking residents even after being shot, police say A former jockey accused of masturbating on a woman’s balcony and then stealing her dog before being shot has been officially charged – though the dog is still missing. Angel Suarez Medero allegedly climbing onto the balcony of the second-floor apartment in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, on […]
Mollie’s mother Sharon Howe said she would not be returning to the fast food restaurant (Picture: Archant) A girl of 11 narrowly avoided biting into a nail after spotting six of the inch-long fasteners in her takeaway chicken and chips. Mollie Howe was about to eat her £1.30 chicken and chips after returning home from the […]
Ex-professional footballer, Gavin Peacock, who is now a preacher in Canada, received an angry backlash on Twitter after suggesting that women should submit to men.
Demanding urgent action, Lord Hurd (pictured) said the issue had ‘dragged on beyond questions of mere negligence and forgivable delay’.
The research, published in the journal BMC Public Health, also found holidaymakers in the South West guzzle the most booze – especially wine and cider.
Fire crews said it was a ‘miracle’ the man, 93, was not seriously injured during the fall into Cornwall’s Truro River. He had suffered cuts and bruises but was conscious when he was winched to safety.
The chairman of the Magistrates’ Association, said instead of being hauled before a court, offenders walk away with a caution, fixed penalty notice or so-called community resolution.
The country’s biggest charities are getting so much money from the taxpayer that some are effectively part of the government, a report on the funding of voluntary organisations has warned.
Fall victim Florence Cunningham waited 11 hours for an ambulance – and then had another hour wait on a trolley outside the A&E department at Portsmouth’s Queen Alexandra Hospital.
Bystanders filmed on their mobile phones as an Egyptian police officer was killed Tuesday while trying to defuse a bomb outside a petrol station in Cairo, police said, with jihadists claiming responsibility.
In her time, Labour MP Anne McGuire (pictured) has done a middling amount of committee work but she has never been one of those interrogators one turns to with relish, writes QUENTIN LETTS.
There were glum faces all round as they gathered for the first Cabinet meeting of the year, with Lib Dem Nick Clegg surrounded by some of his biggest critics including George Osborne and Theresa May.
Figures released this morning reveal from October to December 92.6 per cent of patients were seen within four hours – the worst quarterly performance since the target was introduced in 2004.