I was just 10 years old when I decided to become a Nurse. It’s all I’ve ever wanted to be. As I sat in school waiting my turn for a tetanus injection, I watched the nurse as she worked. She looked so smart in her uniform and was so caring in the way that she […]
Warning: this story contains no apostrophes. The apostrophes are over there (Picture: Canadian Press/REX) Drakes fans have been unanimous in their verdict – love the new album, but wheres the apostrophes. The rapper took taken a page out of Beyonce’s book by releasing his latest album without warning. In a message posted to his 20.7 […]
Fred Talbot arrives at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court (Picture: Getty Images) TV weatherman Fred Talbot has been found guilty of indecently assaulting two schoolboys when he was a teacher. Talbot, 65, a regular on the floating weather map in Liverpool’s Albert Dock for ITV’s top-rating This Morning show. MORE: Former This Morning weatherman Fred […]
From the Telegraph’s astrologer Catherine Tennant.
Stewart was also banned from selling anything except the Big Issue on the streets of Blackpool, which will surely relieve locals (Picture: PA) A conman who avoided jail time after being found guilty of selling bottles of ‘whiskey’ laced with urine has been imprisoned after breaching his community order. Nicholas Stewart, 35, was handed a 16-week suspended sentence for the sale […]
Rebecca Leyland, now 22 (Picture: PA) A woman has spoken out about the childhood sex abuse she endured by a school bus driver who was her aunt’s boyfriend when she was only five-years-old. It triggered a lifelong phobia of school buses for Rebecca Leyland, who, now 22, would stay late at school and walk home, so scared she […]
Ed Miliband yesterday promised to increase the education budget every year – and echoed Tony Blair’s landmark 1997 election pledge to keep primary class sizes to a maximum of 30.
Alfred Dodd, pictured, an 85-year-old grandfather, died of pneumonia barely 48 hours after being moved out of Merok Park in Banstead, Surrey, which has been criticised in a newly-published report.
Ed Miliband may call David Cameron ‘rotten’, but he should remember that after the death of his father, he and brother David used a loophole potentially saving thousands in inheritance tax.
Comments posted by Zenna Atkins, 49, on Facebook came to the attention of parents at Portslade Aldridge Community Academy in Brighton where Ms Atkins is chair of governors.