Toddler, three, loses his fight for life hours after house fire that killed two teenagers Child suffered serious injuries during the blaze in Devon yesterday morningA 17-year-old girl and an 18-year-old man also in house died earlier today Emergency services arrived in Honiton shortly before 8am yesterday Police have said there was nothing to suggest fire was started deliberately By James Rush, Jill Reilly and Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 12:27 GMT, 6 April 2013 | UPDATED: 20:03 GMT, 6 April 2013 A three-year-old boy has died from serious injuries after a house fire which also killed two teenagers. Doctors were battling desperately to save the toddler's life at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol following yesterday's blaze in the Honiton area of Devon but he was pronounced dead this afternoon
Fury as maternity ward allows pregnant woman to bring her dog to watch two-hour birthSt Michael's Hospital in Bristol said the dog had a 'calming presence'But a hospital source said staff are worried a precedent has been setThe hospital insists a thorough cleaning was carried out after the birthThe labrador – Barney – is a certified 'therapy dog' By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 02:48 GMT, 25 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 25 January 2013 A hospital allowed a pregnant woman to take her pet dog into a maternity ward so it could watch her give birth. Managers justified the extraordinary action by saying that the dog – who is called Barney and is believed to be a Labrador – had a ‘calming presence’.
Man charged with sending letters stuffed with condoms and faeces in a bizarre campaign against woman he didn't know Anthony Jones harassed Joanna Green for two months between December 15 last year and February 16 this yearHe was alleged to have sent the vile letters, made hoax calls that sent the police and ambulances to her house, and accused her family of fights and drug-takingMiss Green was left fearing for her six-year-old son's safety | UPDATED: 15:56 GMT, 7 December 2012 A man who faced a charge of sending soiled condoms and faeces in a campaign of harassment against a woman he had never even met has been given a restraining order. Anthony Jones was convicted of harassing the mother of six, Joanna Green, for two months between December 15 last year and February 16 this year. He was alleged to have sent menacing letters to her flat, in some instances stuffed with human faeces and a liquid-filled condom, as well as fabricating complaints against her and making hoax calls to the emergency services
Forget diets, just think yourself thin: Believing a meal is bigger than it is helps to curb your appetiteThe study, published in the journal PLoS ONE adds to evidence that our memory of what we have eaten plays a key role in dampening appetite | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 6 December 2012 Forget fad diets and soggy salads and think yourself thin. A study has shown that believing a meal was bigger than it actually was can curb appetite. One hundred men and women were shown either a large or small bowl of soup and then given it to eat.
Remembrance Day parade gatecrasher, 38, turns up to court in lace face mask, striped tights and a red parasolJose Paulo Da Silveria, 38, said he had not intended to disrupt the parade at the Cenotaph in Bristol city centreDa Silveria was wearing striped tights, pink frilly knickers, a corset, a red and black face cover and horns when he gatecrashed the eventHis presence infuriated the large crowd which had gathered and led to threats of violence against him He today pleaded guilty to an offence under the Public Order Act of using threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress | UPDATED: 01:08 GMT, 5 December 2012 Prosecuted: Jose Paulo Da Silveria skateboarded through a Rememberance Day parade dressed as a devil. His presence infuriated a large crowd which had gathered for the event A man who gatecrashed a Remembrance Sunday parade on a skateboard wearing a pink outfit and horned mask apologised today for any offence he had caused. Jose Paulo Da Silveria, 38, said he had not intended to disrupt the parade at the Cenotaph in Bristol city centre and had stumbled upon the service accidentally.
Revealed: Daring RAF pilot who risked his life to fly down Champs-Elysees at tree-top height to drape the Arc de Triomphe with a giant tricolour at the height of Nazi occupation to keep French hope aliveWing Commander Ken Gatward flew down the Champs-Elysees at 30ft to leave the French Tricolour over the Arc de TriomphePilot then attacked the Gestapo headquarters with 20mm shellsWg Cdr Gatward awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and hailed a hero by the French government after the war | UPDATED: 07:47 GMT, 28 November 2012 Inspiring: Wing Commander Ken Gatward became an international hero after dropping the French flag on the Arc de Triomphe in occupied France The incredible story of how a RAF pilot flew down the Champs-Elysees to drop a French flag over Nazi-occupied Paris has emerged after his medals were put up for sale. Wing Commander Ken Gatward managed the 'impossible feat' of flying his Bristol Beaufighter down the Champs-Elysees at 30ft before dropping the French Tricolour over the Arc de Triomphe. The daring act was a symbol of hope to the occupied French as the Arc honours those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars.