Carer Denise Kiff jailed for stealing 31,000 from vulnerable woman she was looking after

Carer jailed for stealing 31,000 from vulnerable woman she was looking after Denise Kiff, 40, used Maureen baker's debit card over four years Bought takeaways, jewellery and clothes and took out 5,000 bank loan Jailed for 16 months after judge slams 'shocking' breach of trust | UPDATED: 13:27 GMT, 15 December 2012 Breach of trust: Carer Denise Kiff stole more than 31,000 from elderly Maureen Baker who has the mental age of a five-year-old over the period of four years A carer who repeatedly stole from her vulnerable patient to fund her own lifestyle has been jailed. Denise Kiff, 40, took cash from Maureen Baker who is severely mentally disabled over the course of four years. Kiff, who worked for mental health charity Mencap, used Miss Baker’s debit card to withdraw money as well as to buy Chinese takeaways and clothes, and even took out a bank loan in her name.

The two weddings of the Somerset farmer who fled to Siberia following painful divorce with first wife

The two weddings of the Somerset farmer who fled to Siberia following painful divorce with first wife New photograph shows Michael Ware on his wedding day with wife Tina12 years after picture was taken they split up in heartbreaking divorce A devastated Mr Ware then uprooted himself from Exmoor and moved 4,000 miles to the remote village of Dubinka in SiberiaThe former agricultural contractor is now happily re-married with a new family | UPDATED: 01:32 GMT, 13 December 2012 With the love of his life on his arm and surrounded by doting family members, Michael Ware looks like any other proud and happy groom.

Killjoy PC halts pre-school nativity play to order parents: move your cars

Killjoy PC accused of 'petty meddling' as he halts pre-school nativity play to order parents to move their carsPC Paul Baker interrupted show to ask parents to move their parked carsParents' cars were blocking pavements and a doctor's surgery parkingPC Baker accused of 'petty meddling' at Redehall Prep School in SurreyHe says: 'I wasn't wagging my finger – any neighbourhood PC would do it' | UPDATED: 07:58 GMT, 12 December 2012 They had rehearsed for weeks. Their halos shone. So, knowing a very proud mummy was somewhere in the audience, the children stepped up for their big moment… And in walked a policeman demanding the nativity play be stopped, for the grave offence of bad parking.