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.
'A football was kicked out of our trenches and we played the Germans': Poignant letter recounting famous 1914 Christmas Day truce rediscovered nearly 100 years on A letter from Staff Sergeant Clement Baker describes the famous truceSgt Clement Barker sent the letter four days after Christmas 1914Letter details how German messenger brokered truce on Christmas Eve | UPDATED: 13:43 GMT, 23 December 2012 A previously-unseen letter which describes the legendary football match of the Christmas Day truce during the First World War has been discovered. The letter was sent by staff sergeant Clement Barker four days after Christmas 1914, when the British and German troops famously emerged from their trenches in peace
A beacon of realism in a sea of greens | UPDATED: 09:53 GMT, 5 December 2012 In an ideal world, no Chancellor in his right mind would propose a ‘dash for gas’ as the answer to Britain’s energy needs. As green activists are quick to point out, unrenewable gas is far from the cleanest of fuels – and the new power stations planned by George Osborne will end any hope of meeting legally-binding targets on carbon emissions. They will also leave us at the mercy of fluctuating global prices and the often volatile regimes that supply our gas.
New Tory split on wind farms as minister hails turbines as 'wonderful and majestic' Climate change minister Greg Barker also claims turbines in his Bexhill and Battle constituency are a 'tourist attraction'Comments are at odds with fellow Conservative John Hayes, who has complained about wind farms 'peppering' the countrysideMr Barker joined David Cameron on infamous 2006 Arctic tripHe said the PM is still committed to being green, adding: 'The idea that the huskies have been put to sleep is nonsense' | UPDATED: 16:13 GMT, 4 December 2012 Conservative party divisions over green energy widened today, after climate change minister Greg Barker hailed wind farms as ‘wonderful’ and ‘rather majestic’. Mr Barker appeared to take a swipe at his Tory colleague John Hayes, who has made plain his opposition to more turbines ‘peppering’ the countryside
A beacon of realism in a sea of greens | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 4 December 2012 In an ideal world, no Chancellor in his right mind would propose a ‘dash for gas’ as the answer to Britain’s energy needs. As green activists are quick to point out, unrenewable gas is far from the cleanest of fuels – and the new power stations planned by George Osborne will end any hope of meeting legally-binding targets on carbon emissions. They will also leave us at the mercy of fluctuating global prices and the often volatile regimes that supply our gas
Knifeman 'stabbed four police officers while rampaging with a meat cleaver shouting “God help me to kill my enemies”'Christopher Haughton allegedly attacked four police officers with a fillet knifeBefore the stabbings he bit police officer's sleeve off when approachedEscaped to butcher's shop where he stole meat cleaver to attack officers | UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 29 November 2012 A knifeman who stabbed four police officers in a butcher's shop using a stolen meat cleaver was heard chanting ‘God help me to kill my enemies’ moments before the attack. Christopher Haughton, 33, was described as ‘acting very strangely’ prior to the attack by a the first police officer who arrived at the scene, a court heard today