Jason Owen: Man who let Baby P die is sent back in jail after breaching parole

Man who let Baby P die is sent back in jail after breaching paroleJason Owen, 41 back in prison after breaching conditions of bail Jailed in 2009 for his part in toddler's death, but served just half 6 year termBaby P found dead in his bloodied cot in August 2007 after horrific abuse His mother, Tracey Connelly and her boyfriend Steven Barker also jailed By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 08:24 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 12 April 2013 Jason Owen, one of a trio jailed over Baby P's death, who is said to be back in prison after breaching his parole A man who was jailed for his part in Baby P's death is back in prison after breaching the conditions of his bail. Jason Owen, 41, was jailed in 2009 for his part in the toddler's death, alongside the child's mother, Tracey Connelly, her boyfriend Steven Barker – and Owen's brother. But he served just half of his six year sentence and was given parole in 2011.

Watership Drown! Pampered rabbit has water therapy to cure her arthritis

Watership Drown! Pampered rabbit has water therapy to cure her arthritisHeidi, a giant continental rabbit, has twice-weekly sessions to help arthritisOwner pays 30 a session in the 4ft-deep hydrotherapy poolLives with two other rabbits in a 3,000 converted garage The pad is complete with sofas, air conditioning and carpet By Luke Salkeld PUBLISHED: 00:36 GMT, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 6 March 2013 She doesn’t like getting those floppy ears wet. And there’s no way she’ll be trying the doggie paddle. But it seems you can lead a rabbit to water and, with the help of a bright orange buoyancy aid, make her swim.

Pictured: Mother, 51, and daughter, 33, pose outside court before they are jailed for dealing crack cocaine from an alleyway

Pictured: Mother, 51, and daughter, 33, pose outside court before they are jailed for dealing crack cocaine from an alleywayTerry Beaumont and daughter Jane Leonard supplied Class A drugsThey appeared at Teesside Crown Court alongside two othersOverall value of the drugs recovered was 1,254 of crack and 85 of heroin Police observed pair meeting people in an alleyway outside Leonard's home By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 14:11 GMT, 26 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 26 February 2013 A mother and daughter have today been jailed after dealing crack cocaine from an alleyway. Terry Beaumont, 51, and her daughter Jane Leonard, 33, appeared at Teesside Crown Court alongside two others involved in conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. Prosecutor Sue Jacobs told the court that police had observed the home of Leonard over three days in February last year and saw both mother and daughter, as well as co-defendant Jake Hutchinson, meeting people in the alleyway to the back of the house

Primary school teaching assistant tricked her friends and colleagues into believing she had terminal brain cancer in a 20,000 scam

Primary school teaching assistant tricked her friends and colleagues into believing she had terminal brain cancer in a 20,000 scam Ursula Rose, 42, from South Norwood, claimed she had cancer, and had 'tumours in her head', a court heard today Friends 'plunged themselves into debt by taking out loans or withdrawing money from their own childrens' accounts to help'Her doctor later confirmed she had never had brain tumours, but suffered from 'tension-like headaches', a jury was told By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 18:12 GMT, 19 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:24 GMT, 19 February 2013 A primary school teaching assistant scammed 20,000 out of concerned colleagues after she tricked them into believing she had terminal brain cancer, a jury were told today.

Like the plot out of Downton Abbey, the eight real-life daughters of a baron can"t inherit his estate… it will go to a distant cousin they…

The real-life Downton! Agony for Baron's eight daughters as his estate goes to a distant cousin they barely knowEarl of Balfour is first hereditary peer to make a formal appeal to government to change the law stopping daughters inheriting titles By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:51 GMT, 20 January 2013 | UPDATED: 20:27 GMT, 20 January 2013 Caroline, Countess of Derby is one of Baron Braybrooke's daughters In television's Downton Abbey a storyline revealed the Earl of Grantham's agony that none of his three children could inherit the title because they were girls.

Google boss Eric Schmidt says he is "proud" of the company"s multi-million pound tax avoidance scheme

'It's called capitalism': Google boss says he is 'proud' of the company's multi-million pound tax avoidance schemeThe search giant paid 6m in tax – despite making sales of 2.6bnCompany’s chairman Eric Schmidt said the company paid 'lots of taxes – in legally prescribed ways' By Peter Campbell and Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 01:02 GMT, 13 December 2012 | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 13 December 2012 The boss of Google last night said he was ‘very proud’ of the elaborate structure that helped the search giant slash more than 200million from its UK tax bill last year. Taxpayers were left to fund the shortfall after Google contributed just 6million to government coffers – despite making sales of 2.6billion. MPs on the influential Public Accounts Committee last month slammed the group’s methods as ‘immoral’.

The Dandy"s Dan goes digital: After 75 years Britain"s one time favourite comic is replaced with online version

The Dandy's Dan goes digital: After 75 years Britain's one-time favourite comic is replaced with online version The Dandy, the world's third-longest-running comic magazine will switch to online publication on TuesdayThe comic, which launched in 1937, was once the nation's favourite and sold two million a weekRecent sales figures have slumped to around 8,000 By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 13:03 GMT, 2 December 2012 | UPDATED: 13:52 GMT, 2 December 2012 For many the sight of his grinning face tucking into a 'cow pie' brings back memories of a happier and simpler time – the golden age of comics when children would excitedly part with pocket money for the next installment of their hero's escapades. In the wake of World War Two, the Dandy Comic was the nation's children's best loved buy, and despite households still relying on ration books, the magazine had a circulation which topped two million. But now, as Dandy Dan – the comics best known character – approaches his 75th birthday and following a steep drop in circulation in recent years, the world's third-longest-running comic magazine will switch to online only publication.