BOWEL cancer patients have been given fresh hope after a life-saving drug which can help to shrink tumours was approved for use in the NHS in Scotland.
The pictures of naked and semi-naked toddlers have been copied and uploaded to the foreign site alongside children in school uniforms and prom dresses grabbed from Twitter and Facebook.
Jack Bauer said he couldn’t remember the incident (Picture: SWNS) A man who changed his name to Jack Bauer in an homage to the 24 star has been jailed after slashed a taxi driver’s throat following a 16-pint binge. Bauer – born Carl Ennis – had already drunk around 16 pints when he got into a […]
The all-party Education Committee wants the subject taught in all primary and secondary schools to help protect youngsters from abuse
Doughnut manufacturer Krispy Kreme was advertising a diverse range of half-term activities for the residents of Hull this week. Alongside coffee mornings, balloon games and face painting the branch was also pushing “KKK Wednesday.” The acronym is of course best known for representing the white supremacist hate group the Ku Klux Klan, more commonly associated […]
HE has beaten prostate cancer and is dealing with early stage Parkinson’s disease.
BBC Three Counties host Iain Lee played Blue Mink’s No3 hit Melting Pot, which called the mixing of races a ‘get along scene’ and ‘beautiful dream’ – but also had the word ‘Chinkees’.
This is the moment a smartly dressed man almost thwarted a machete wielding ‘jewel thief’ by jumping on his back. Some have called the passer-by stupid for attempting the tackle but there’s no denying his bravery following the terrifying raid on a jewellery shop near London’s Liverpool Street station. The video showed him running and leaping on the suspect’s […]
Man, 23, arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and trespassing after spending night on top of Palace of Westminster amid large-scale police operation to talk him down
Mr Cameron is expected to re-state his commitment to sharply reducing overall net migration but senior figures, including Chancellor George Osborne, have voiced doubts about the idea.