Stephen Lawrence: "Drop the hunt for Stephen"s killers": Friend who ran from Lawrence murder scene says enough money has been spent on…

Friend who ran from Lawrence murder says police should DROP the hunt for Stephen's killers and spend the money on other crimesDuwayne Brooks says money should be spent solving other murder cases The 19-year string of inquiries estimated to have cost up to 50million By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 08:56 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:56 GMT, 20 April 2013 Duwayne Brooks says that money should be spent investigating other murder cases The friend of murdered Stephen Lawrence, who managed to escape a gang of youths after they stabbed the A Level pupil, says that the hunt for the killers should be dropped. Duwayne Brooks, 38, who fled after a gang of racist thugs began attacking him and Stephen, says that it is time for police to abandon their search for the three other killers after two of the yobs were jailed for life last year

Car dealer, 64, nicknamed Yoda by workmates lost his job because of his age, rules tribunal

The Dark Side of the workforce: Car dealer, 64, nicknamed Yoda because of his age was sacked for being too old, tribunal rules Michael Nolan was subjected to taunts about his age by colleaguesBosses at Evans Halshaw wanted to replace him with someone youngerHe was put on a 'shortlist of one' when redundancies came aroundA tribunal ruled that he was discriminated against because of his age By Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 08:23 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:03 GMT, 24 January 2013 Discriminated against: Michael Nolan, pictured, has won an unfair dismissal case on the grounds that he was discriminated against because of his age A 64-year-old car dealer nicknamed 'Yoda' by workmates and subjected to jibes from colleagues about his age has won an unfair dismissal case. Workers at Evans Halshaw in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, changed Michael Nolan's car numberplate from OAB to OAP and was asked when his 65th birthday – and expected retirement – was, an employment tribunal heard

Rebekah Brooks was given 11m pay-off from News Corp after phone-hacking scandal, official documents reveal

Rebekah Brooks was given 11m pay-off from News Corp after phone-hacking scandal, official documents revealFormer News International chief executive was forced to quit at the height of the phone hacking scandalNI Group accounts reveal 10.852million 'compensation for loss of office'She will also have legal costs covered in two court cases, over alleged payments to public officials and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice Firm gave 2million to the family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler whose phone was hacked Editor of The Times, owned by Murdoch, resigns | UPDATED: 01:43 GMT, 13 December 2012 Rebekah Brooks received 10.8million after resigning as chief executive of News International Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks walked away with almost 11million when she resigned at the height of the phone-hacking scandal. Her pay-off when she quit as chief executive of News International last year was initially believed to be 3.5million, then reportedly 7million.