Musician, 49, drowned after he became trapped in a drain as he tried to retrieve his car keys on New Years Day Andy Banks, 49, became trapped in a drain while attempting to fetch his keys Fire fighters spent 40 minutes trying to rescue Mr Banks before he was pronounced deadMr Banks had spent the hours drinking with friends in a nearby bar By Conor Sheils PUBLISHED: 15:30 GMT, 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:56 GMT, 11 April 2013 An inquest recorded a verdict of accidental death after Andy Banks died when he became trapped in a drain on New Years Day A musician drowned after he became trapped in a drain while trying to retrieve his car keys, an inquest has heard.
Take Me Out contestants evicted from 1.5million country mansion after weekend party got out of hand Police were called to the party in Tutbury, StaffordshireAround 100 contestants were asked to leave by owners and policeOne party-goer said that the raucous bash 'got out of hand' By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 13:32 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:06 GMT, 6 January 2013 Hit: Contestants from ITV1 show Take Me Out were thrown out of a 1.5million country mansion after a weekend long party got out of hand and police were called.
HSBC will now refund customers who left money at the ATM after RBS agrees to pay customers back 10mBank will refund 300,000 customers after changing 'retraction' policyMost banks automatically refund cash to those who forget to take itUntil recently RBS would wait until complaint received before acting | UPDATED: 00:17 GMT, 27 December 2012 HSBC will offer refunds to hundreds of thousands of customers who made ATM withdrawals but forgot to pick up their cash. Those who left money in HSBC cash machines between 2005 and 2011 will receive compensation after the bank pocketed the money instead of refunding it to customers’ accounts straight away. HSBC’s move follows that of state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland, which also owns NatWest
Lorry driven by lost Polishman following sat-nav gets wedged in tiny Devon lane – and police can't shift it Articulated lorry got stuck after its driver followed sat-nav through lanes | UPDATED: 15:36 GMT, 19 December 2012 A huge lorry driven by a Polish man following his sat-nav has been wedged in a country lane since last night because rescuers cannot shift it. The Blue Man lorry and its empty trailer got stuck in the narrow Devon lane at 11.30pm yesterday on its way to Lee Moor, six miles away