Alienated white working classes should attend citizenship ceremonies to help them feel part of British society again, says Cameron's poverty tsar Labour MP Frank Field said white working classes are unsure of identitiesHe told conference that English society has 'lost confidence in what it is'Concerns over immigration's impact on white working class communities By Daniel Martin PUBLISHED: 15:36 GMT, 4 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:59 GMT, 5 April 2013 Ideas: Frank Field, Labour MP for Birkenhead, said at a symposium that the white working classes are increasingly unsure of their identities The white working classes are so alienated from society that they should attend citizenship ceremonies with immigrants, according to David Cameron’s poverty tsar. Frank Field said some working class people were increasingly unsure of their identities. He suggested that going to the ‘wonderful’ citizenship ceremonies could help them feel like they were part of British society again.
Alan Davies 'could pay out 200,000' over Lord McAlpine false child abuse tweetThe six-figure sum would be donated to charity if agreedStar made comments after BBC2’s Newsnight programme aired in November He wrongly suggested Lord McAlpine was a paedophile to 400,000 followers By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 14:10 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:24 GMT, 24 March 2013 Comedian Alan Davies may face a payout of up to 200,000 for linking Tory MP Lord McAlpine to false claims of child sex abuse on Twitter Comedian Alan Davies may be forced to pay out up to 200,000 for linking Tory MP Lord McAlpine to false claims of child sex abuse on Twitter, it has been reported today.
Father's fury after 'sad face' emoticon in police e-mail appears to show officer's 'disappointment' that his daughter survived car crashDarren Thomas was 'absolutely distraught' when he saw the internal emailAs daughter Laura lay in a coma, investigating officer wrote: 'It looks like the driver will pull through, so no fatal for me to deal with yet :('He discovered email through Freedom of Information request Humberside Police officer since apologised for any offence causedShe said sad face referred to not 'fulfilling my professional development' By Becky Evans PUBLISHED: 15:23 GMT, 20 March 2013 | UPDATED: 16:09 GMT, 20 March 2013 A father was 'absolutely distraught' after a police officer appeared 'disappointed' that his daughter did not die in a car crash. Laura Thomas suffered a fractured skull, three broken bones in her neck and back and three brain bleeds after she lost control of her car. As she lay in a coma in hospital, a PC investigating the crash sent an internal email to another officer from the vehicle investigation branch.
'You're the most hopeless criminal I've ever met': Kidnap victim gives captor a piece of her mind before escaping after 10 minutesJanice, 64, was snatched from her home Lymington, New Forest, Hants, by a male armed robber But he took her back home after admitting the kidnapping wasn't going wellRobber apologised before fleeing with her car and 100 in cash | UPDATED: 14:35 GMT, 23 December 2012 A pensioner kidnapped at gunpoint was released just ten minutes later after telling her attacker he was the “most hopeless criminal” she had ever met.
Pneumonia patient, 86, sent home from hospital in freezing temperatures wearing just her night clothes Eunice Williams' family were furious, as they had supplied plenty of warm clothingSo cold she nearly had hypothermia Wrexham Maelor Hospital has since apologised | UPDATED: 16:38 GMT, 21 December 2012 Eunice Williams was sent home wearing only a nightie and a thin dressing gown in sub-zero termperatures An 86-year pneumonia patient was sent home from hospital in sub-zero temperatures wearing just her nightdress and a thin dressing gown. The family of Eunice Williams were furious to discover the state she was in, especially as they had supplied plenty of warm clothing.
Instagram announces U-turn after celebrity-led user backlash against user's picture rightsControversial sections of new policy reverted to their original form after massive backlash among users Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom apologises for failure to 'communicate our intentions clearly'Kim Kardashian among the string of high-profile users who had publicly spoken out against the new terms | UPDATED: 18:10 GMT, 21 December 2012 Instagram has abandoned wording in its new terms-of-service agreement that sparked outcry from users who feared it meant their photos could appear in advertisements. In a blog post published late last night, the popular mobile photo-sharing service says it has changed back the advertising section of its terms of service to the original wording. There was outrage this week after the app published new terms on Monday which appeared to give it rights over all its users' photos and data to promote 'sponsored content'
'I've let my wife and children down': Star jockey Frankie Dettori apologises to his family after receiving a six month ban for failing drugs test Former champion jockey failed drugs test at Longchamp on September 16 It has been reported that the substance was cocaineDettori’s ban matches that of Kieren Fallon who tested positive for the drug while riding in France in 2006. | UPDATED: 20:06 GMT, 5 December 2012 Family man: Frankie with wife Catherine son Leo and daughter Ella at the premiere of The Chronicles Of Narnia in December 2005 Star jockey Frankie Dettori today apologised for ‘letting down my wife and children’ after being banned from racing for six months for drug taking
Didn't like your holiday We don't care so shut up, jeered Thomson worker in foul-mouthed emails Gemma Fish spent more than 3,000 on a holiday to Mexico with her fianceShe complained to Thomson after she was disappointed with her hotel roomThomson rectified the situation but a month later Miss Fish received a series of abusive emailsThomson apologised and blamed a disgruntled employee for the emails | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 29 November 2012 Having spent more than 3,000 on a romantic holiday to Mexico, Gemma Fish and her fianc were devastated by the ‘prison cell’ room they were given.