Teacher dies on school ski trip in Austria after falling from a four-metre high wall and landing on his head on the way back from the pub

Pictured: British teacher who died on school ski trip in Austria after falling from 4m-high wall and landing on his head on way back from pub at 3am Jonathan Taylor, 44, killed instantly after falling off a four-metre stone wallThe IT teacher landed on his head while walking home from a pub at 3am He leaves a wife and had taught at the Nottinghamshire school for a year Pupils, aged 14 and 15, will return today after cutting their trip cut short They paid tribute on Twitter to the 'lovely' and 'highly respected' teacher By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:05 GMT, 31 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 1 April 2013 First picture: IT teacher Jonathan Taylor died after falling off a 4m-high wall after a trip to the pub on a school skiing holiday A British teacher has died on a school ski trip after falling off a four-metre-high stone wall and landing on his head following a trip to a pub. Jonathan Taylor, 44, an IT teacher at Christ the King School in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, had been to a pub at Matrei in the Austrian East Tyrol region when he fell from the roadside wall, Austrian police said.

PM"s Christmas bid to calm Christian anger at gay marriage: David Cameron quotes Gospel of St John in annual message

PM's Christmas bid to calm Christian anger at gay marriage: David Cameron quotes Gospel of St John in annual message Ministers have come under fire from churchmen and MPs over the plansCameron made numerous Bible references during his Christmas messageSpeech appeared to be designed to defuse anger over the proposals | UPDATED: 00:07 GMT, 24 December 2012 David Cameron offered an olive branch to Christians last night, issuing the most overtly religious Christmas message by a prime minister in recent times. He quoted from the Gospel of St John in an apparent attempt to parade his religious credentials while controversy rages about his government’s plans to introduce gay marriage