Manchester care home worker, 34, arrested on suspicion of murdering Ivan Emmanuel Campbell, 73

Care home worker, 34, arrested on suspicion of killing 73-year-old resident a year ago with 'one fatal blow' Man, 34, also arrested in relation to another assault on a resident last weekFather-of-two Ivan Emmanuel Campbell suffered internal injuries last AprilPossibly caused by one fatal blow at private nursing home in ManchesterAdmitted to hospital after being found by other staff but died a day later By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 10:17 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:04 GMT, 27 March 2013 Death: Ivan Emmanuel Campbell suffered internal injuries, possibly caused by just one fatal blow A care home worker was today arrested on suspicion of murdering a 73-year-old resident. Father-of-two Ivan Emmanuel Campbell suffered internal injuries, possibly caused by just one fatal blow, at the private Victoria Nursing Home in Rusholme, Greater Manchester, last April. He was admitted to hospital after being found by other care home staff, but he died a day later.

Keeping up with the Jones! The multimillionaire neighbours who own the world"s most expensive apartments in London

Keeping up with the Jones! The multimillionaire neighbours who own the world's most expensive apartments in London By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:08 GMT, 3 March 2013 It is a central London apartment block with a price tag that only the world's richest can afford to pay. And the lavish apartments at the Candy & Candy development One Hyde Park has made the apartment block a billionaire-friendly zone. With apartments costing a cool 65m, it is unsurprising that only the wealthiest can afford to snap up the luxurious homes.

The incredible moment NINE golfers sank simultaneous putts in the SAME HOLE

The incredible moment NINE golfers sink simultaneous putts in the SAME HOLE By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:26 GMT, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:52 GMT, 18 February 2013 This is the incredible moment nine golfing students sank simultaneous putts, one after the other, in the same hole. One golfer sinking a single putt on command can be challenging – even the pros miss their shots at key moments. However, nine seniors in Campbell University's PGA Golf Management program managed to time the feat just right so that each one hit a hard line into the cup.

Cancer causing drug phenylbutazone may have been in horse meat consumed in UK, Labour warns as Burger King dumps millions of patties

Cancer causing drug may have been in horse meat consumed in UK, Labour warns as Burger King dumps millions of patties after claiming it was unaffected Horses slaughtered in UK last year tested positive for phenylbutazoneAnti-inflammatory drug is banned from human food chainBurger King has ended its deal with Irish firm ABP's Silvercrest plant Managers told to mark boxes of burgers from firm with an 'X'But staff instructed not to remove the meat until replacements arriveSome products on its menu may be unavailable until new supplier is found , the FSA identified five cases where horses returned non-compliant results. None of the meat had been placed for sale on the UK market. Where the meat had been exported to other countries, the relevant food safety authorities were informed

Coutts & Co: Lotto couple who won 1million want compensation from Queen"s bank after "wrong advice" left them with just 10k-a-year…

Lotto couple who won 1million want compensation from Queen's bank after 'wrong advice' left them with just 10k-a-year to live onThe couple from Devon are now hoping to win a substantial amount of compensation from the 320-year-old private bankAllege they should have been treated as 'vulnerable people' due to the unexpected surprise of their overnight win in 2001 | UPDATED: 17:25 GMT, 22 December 2012 The bank used by the Queen is being chased for compensation by a couple who won 1million, but were left with 10,000 a year to live on after being given the ‘wrong advice’.

David Tait: Ex-Sale rugby player who quit to become a banker falls to his death in suspected suicide

Ex-Scotland rugby star David Tait who quit to become a banker falls to his death from Hong Kong flat in suspected suicideDavid Tait, 25, had played for Scotland and Premiership rugby In a brief statement, his family said they were 'devastated'Former Sharks' press officer: Everything appeared to indicate that Mr Tait was 'very happy' in Hong KongSecond unexpected death of a former Sale Sharks player this year | UPDATED: 17:12 GMT, 13 December 2012 Tragic: Former Sale Sharks rugby union player David Tait has died after falling from an apartment block in Hong Kong Former international rugby player David Tait has died after falling from an apartment block in Hong Kong.

Is infidelity written all over a man"s face? Angular jaw, square chin, prominent brow suggest cheating

Is infidelity written all over a man’s face Angular jaw, square chin and prominent brow suggest man is prone to cheating | UPDATED: 09:58 GMT, 5 December 2012 Ladies, if you want to know if the man of your dreams will be faithful, look him in the jaw…or the chin or forehead. Research shows that women are able to judge a man’s fidelity simply by studying his face. Signs of a male who is prone to cheating include classic masculine features, such as a wide, angular jaw, a square chin and a prominent brow

Top LibDems back Press freedom as they tell Cameron there is "absolutely no need for it"

Top Lib Dems back Press freedom as they tell Cameron there is 'absolutely no need for it' Environment Secretary become latest member of Cabinet to warn PM not to impose statutory regulationLib Dem deputy leader contradicted Nick Clegg's stance saying he would not back regulation of press | UPDATED: 01:16 GMT, 27 November 2012 A cabinet minister and two of Nick Clegg’s most senior colleagues yesterday warned about the pitfalls of state regulation of the Press. Environment Secretary Owen Paterson became the latest member of the Cabinet to warn David Cameron not to impose statutory regulation, saying there was ‘absolutely no need for it’