The father has numerous health problems, say police
One person has to be rescued by firefighters from their car
Sergeant Kirsten Treasure failed to respond to a call for assistance when a man was stabbed 200 times
Patrick Clarke, a staff nurse at Southleigh Community Hospital, died from stab wounds after he was attacked at the hospital last week
Vet believes cats are ‘strangled’ and then ‘taken off site to be butchered’
The Al-Khair School said the pupil was suspended over a 'serious and sensitive matter,' not just for speaking to a pupil of the opposite sex
Pressure on police to run human DNA tests on the dead cats
Singer told music magazine Croydon 'represented everything I didn't want in my life, everything I wanted to get away from'
Life As We Know It No.85: Not much was heard of Stephanie after her departure from St W's. Come the 2004 reunion, though, there she was - taller and more corn-haired than ever and clad in £1,500-worth of designer clothing
Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Blackpool, Liverpool and East Derbyshire are the least prosperous areas in the UK
Sophie Cahill says she had grown suspicious after he had been out all night.
Daniel, 16, told his mother 'I love you, I promise I won't die' just hours before falling unconscious at a party on a west London industrial estate
The shopping centre is due to open in 2018 and would be Westfield's third retail megaspace after Stratford and Shepherd’s Bush
Olive Stevenson could not have foreseen the great consequences for her when, 40 years ago, she wrote a dissenting addendum to the report of the inquiry, of which she was a member, into the death of Maria Colwell, a child who had been killed by her stepfather. It gave her an unwanted celebrity status which unleashed invitations to lecture and speak and projected her on to the national stage.
Labour MP David Lammy backs the move despite social media backlash
One of these days, pigs might fly and Philip Ridley will write a play full of joy, laughter and sparkling merriment. Meanwhile, he follows the dark and murky byways of lives that have gone lyrically wrong in language that lacerates any vestigial sense of well-being and “all’s right with the world” in an audience.