Two Crown Prosecution Service staff face fraud charges over alleged false claims for witness taxis worth 1MILLION

Two Crown Prosecution Service staff face fraud charges over alleged false claims for witness taxis worth 1MILLIONFinance manager Lisa Burrows, 41, and unnamed colleague face charges Allegedly claimed for witness taxi services that were never suppliedBoth employed by CPS West Midlands By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 01:34 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:52 GMT, 28 February 2013 Two Crown Prosecution Service staff face criminal fraud charges over an alleged 1million fraud involving bogus taxis for witnesses. Finance manager Lisa Burrows, 41, and another unnamed worker, face conspiracy to commit fraud charges over allegations concerning false claims for witness taxi services that were never supplied.

Invisible animals! These Incredible images show animals doing a disappearing act when predators are near

Can you spot the 'invisible animal' Incredible images show nature's disappearing act when predators are near These animals are trying their utmost to fool predators by blending into landscapes all over the world They were taken by photographer Art Wolfe over a period of 35 years, for his work 'Vanishing Act' | UPDATED: 16:35 GMT, 27 December 2012 Whether they are hunters or the hunted, these cunning animals are all masters of disguise who can fool even the most beady-eyed passer by into believing they are not there. Some hide under lily pads, some dissolve into the bark of a tree while others slip seamlessly into the snow, either to hide from a hungry predator or silently stalk an unwitting prey. But the one thing from which they cannot hide is the all-seeing camera lens of photographer Art Wolfe.

Almost 200 BBC executives given pay-offs of more than 100,000 EACH in just three years

BBC to be investigated by watchdog over revelations that 200 executives received pay-offs of 100,000 EACH in just three years A total of 14 senior managers pocketed more than 300,000 eachHighest individual payment was 949,000 to Mark Byford MPs said losing a well-paid job at BBC is like 'winning the lottery' By Simon Cable PUBLISHED: 05:04 GMT, 26 December 2012 | UPDATED: 01:13 GMT, 27 December 2012 The BBC is to be investigated by the National Audit Office after it emerged that almost 200 of the corporation’s managers have been handed payoffs of 100,000 each in the past three years. The watchdog is to examine the scale of severance packages in the New Year after MPs recently claimed that losing a job at the BBC was like ‘winning the lottery’. The move comes after it was revealed that the BBC’s former Director General, George Entwistle, received a 450,000 exit package when he left the job last month – double what he was entitled to

Former nurse who groped women by placing them in a trance using the trigger words "drop for me" caught illegally accessing a hypnotic…

Former nurse groped women by placing them in a trance using the trigger words 'drop for me' Iain Balsillie, 44, breached Sexual Offences Prevention OrderOrder banned him from browsing online site on hypnosisFormer nurse previously jailed for carrying out sex attack on woman | UPDATED: 18:28 GMT, 19 December 2012 Former nurse Iain Balsillie, pictured, who placed women in a trance so he could grope them, has been caught illegally accessing a hypnotic website A former nurse who placed women in a trance so he could grope them has been caught illegally accessing a hypnotic website.

Helping others, even in death: A kind-hearted 14-year-old"s donated organs may give a new lease of life to FIVE other children

Teenager, 14, who died of asthma attack saves FIVE other children by donating organs Cleo Lloyd, 14, died of an asthma attack at her grandparents' homeHer organs will be donated to five children awaiting transplantsMother says it's a fitting tribute to a girl who 'always put others first' | UPDATED: 16:30 GMT, 2 December 2012 The family of a tragic schoolgirl who died of an asthma attack today revealed her organs have been donated to five other children. Cleo Lloyd, 14, died when her life support machine was turned off – but her family gave permission for her organs to be used in transplant operations

CENSORED: The Mail On Sunday stories Leveson"s Law would have barred

CENSORED: The Mail On Sunday stories Leveson's Law would have barred | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 2 December 2012 The debate around the Leveson Report has focused on Lord Justice Leveson’s controversial proposal for a new regulator backed by law. But as Prime Minister David Cameron said in rejecting the idea of statutory-backed regulation, there is a key principle at stake about state interference in the affairs of a free press