Alps deaths: British father and son, Peter and Charlie Saunders found dead after plunging "hundreds of feet" down a mountain

First pictures of father and son killed in Alps hiking trip : Panic-stricken Briton was 'phoning for help for the 12-year-old when he also fell' Peter and Charlie Saunders died at 'The Junction' in Chamonix ValleyPair had set off on hike without specialist equipment like crampons Spring thaw of snow and ice creates potentially lethal conditions PUBLISHED: 10:59 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:54 GMT, 17 March 2013 A frantic father made a desperate call to emergency services after his 12-year-old son plunged down a French mountain before the line went dead as he fell to his own death trying to rescue him. Peter and Charlie Saunders were found dead within a few hundred metres of each other after tumbling 'hundreds of feet' in the Chamonix Valley in the Alps

Employers "reluctant to hire over-50s" as they can"t force them to retire at 65

Employers 'reluctant to hire over-50s' as they can't force them to retire at 65Unemployed over 50s are struggling to find work due to 'ageism' Since October 2011 no worker can be forced to retire at the age of 65 By Becky Barrow PUBLISHED: 01:58 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 12 March 2013 Ageist market: Unemployed over 50s are struggling to find work as bosses fear they may continue to work into their 70s and beyond Unemployed people in their 50s are finding their desperate hunt for a job ‘made worse’ by a key Government rule change, a damning report warned yesterday. Before the change, a boss could ask a worker to leave from the age of 65, known as the ‘default retirement age’, as long as they had been given six months’ notice

Lord Sugar attacks "deluded" Apprentice winner Stella English who "thought she would get pay off"

'Stella wants money but I won’t give into blackmail': Lord Sugar loses his 'cool' in attack on Apprentice winner who 'thought she would get pay off to avoid a tribunal' Lord Sugar told tribunal that Apprentice winner's claims are 'blunt lies'He branded Stella English, who won 100,000 role in 2010, 'suspicious and untrusting'Millionaire accuses 34-year-old of trying to extract money from him Contestant claims she was an 'overpaid lackey' and 'there was no job' By Alasdair Glennie PUBLISHED: 14:16 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 8 March 2013 His volcanic boardroom rants are the reason millions have tuned in to watch eight series of The Apprentice. But Lord Sugar’s eruptions aren’t just for the cameras.

Horrified mother making sandwich for son finds blood-covered heroin addict"s needle inside loaf of bread

Mother finds heroin addict's blood-soaked NEEDLE inside loaf of bread from Tesco as she made sandwiches for her son Mother of son, 10, made shocking discovery in Roberts wholemeal breadNeedle was pushed through wrapper by David Rodgers, 61, last DecemberRodgers had been trying to avoid wife finding out he was back on heroin By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 11:33 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:05 GMT, 5 February 2013 A mother opened a loaf of bread bought at a Tesco store to make a sandwich for her 10-year-old – only to discover it contained a blood-covered needle used by a heroin-taking grandfather. The mother had taken two slices from the pack of Roberts wholemeal bread – which she had bought from the Tesco Express in Pendleton, Greater Manchester – when she made the shocking discovery. The needle had been pushed through the plastic wrapper by David Rodgers, 61, when he visited the shop with his wife, in a desperate attempt to avoid her finding out he was back on the drug.

"Sexsomnia": Rising number of attackers are trying extraordinary defence

Are men getting away with rape by pretending they were asleep Rising number of attackers are trying extraordinary defence that they had 'sexsomnia' PUBLISHED: 22:00 GMT, 28 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:11 GMT, 28 December 2012 Convicted: Actor Simon Morris claimed her suffered from 'sexsomnia' – but saw his claim thrown out and a verdict of guilty was returned For bit-part actor Simon Morris, an appearance in the dock at Cardiff Crown Court last week was an opportunity to put his dramatic skills to the test.

Neil Bryson: Wife pleads with missing husband to come home for Christmas

Please come home for Christmas: Wife's desperate plea after mystery disappearance of husband, 50, leaves family devastated Janice Bryson, 49, pleads for missing husband Neil to return to family home in Scholes, West YorksNHS manager Neil vanished without trace four weeks agoCar found abandoned at Yateholme Resevoir Sons Harry, 24, and Jack, 20, devastated by his disappearance | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 24 December 2012 Plea: Mr Bryson's wife Janice, 49, and sons Jack, 20, and Harry, 24, are desperate for him to come home for Christmas He kissed his wife goodbye with the words ‘see you tonight’ before leaving for work at the usual time. But health manager Neil Bryson, 50, never made it to the office and vanished without trace. Almost four weeks later Mr Bryson’s disappearance remains a complete mystery

Parents" Christmas appeal for missing son, Anthony Stubbs, 16, who disappeared after becoming a father

Come home for the sake of your baby: Mother's Christmas plea for her missing son, 16, who disappeared after becoming a father Anthony disappeared after row with 18-year-old girlfriend on November 25His bank account has remained untouched since vanishing CCTV footage captures last sighting of him with his schoolbag over shoulder Mother said: 'Christmas is time for family and all I want is him to come home' | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 21 December 2012 Police released this picture of Anthony Stubbs with baby Lily on the day she was born A mother has issued a desperate plea for her missing 16-year-old son to come home for Christmas and distributed a picture of him cradling his newborn daughter in the hope it will prompt him to get in touch. School prefect Anthony Stubbs vanished last month following a row with his 18-year-old girlfriend, just weeks after she gave birth to their daughter, Lily. He has not been seen or heard from since and it is believed his bank account remains untouched

Robert Peston"s desperate Twitter appeal for return of wife"s 1920s wedding and engagement rings stolen in burglary

Robert Peston's desperate Twitter appeal for return of wife's 1920s wedding and engagement rings stolen in burglaryBusiness Editor tweeted after the raid at his Haringey, London homeRaiders broke into his home between 2pm and 11pm on Wednesday night Novelist Sian was diagnosed with lung cancer nearly five years agoShe died from the illness back in September aged just 51As well as the rings, a laptop with 'sensitive material' was takenPolice believe that Mr Peston may have been targeted because of his jobMr Peston made a desperate plea on Twitter for their return last night | UPDATED: 09:23 GMT, 21 December 2012 BBC business editor Robert Peston has launched an appeal on Twitter for the safe return of his late wife's wedding and engagement rings, which were stolen in a burglary on Wednesday night. Mr Peston’s wife, the author Sian Busby, died aged 51 in September after losing a five-year battle with lung cancer

"Mother, 27, and partner kept four-year-old son in locked room and fed him SALT before battering him to death"

Mother, 27, and partner 'kept four-year-old son in locked room and fed him SALT before battering him to death' | UPDATED: 00:17 GMT, 21 December 2012 A mother and her partner kept her four-year-old son locked in a room, denying him food and feeding him salt before battering him to death, a court heard yesterday. Magdelena Luczak, 27, and her partner Mariusz Krezolek, 33, are accused of assaulting and killing her son Daniel Pelka on March 3 this year. The couple pleaded not guilty to murder when they appeared at Birmingham Crown Court

Nancy Lanza: "Her time was running out": Sandy Hook shooter"s mom feared "the end was coming" after discovering dark family…

EXCLUSIVE: Revealed, the family secret that haunted the tragic mother of Sandy Hook shooter, her plans to find a new home for her troubled son – and how she feared 'her time was running out' | UPDATED: 22:13 GMT, 18 December 2012 The mother of the Newtown shooter spent her last months alive criss-crossing the globe in a desperate search for a new home as she knew that ‘time was running out’, MailOnline can reveal today. Nancy Lanza's sister-in-law Marsha revealed that she had traveled to nine cities in three countries because she wanted out of the mansion she shared with her troubled son Adam – and could have known the end was coming.