Mother's anguish after police admit they kept her dead son's brain in storage for 13 years Rhys Cheevers' brain was held at Southampton General Hospital after he died just two days oldHis mother Hannah says two police officers knocked on her door 'totally out of the blue' with the news By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 12:01 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:51 GMT, 23 February 2013 A mother has told of her agony when she discovered police kept her baby’s brain for 13 years. Hannah Cheevers’s son Rhys died of a heart defect two days after he was born in 1998 and his family gave consent for a post-mortem examination
He’s behind you! Terrifying moment great white shark sneaks up on an unsuspecting seagullRemarkable photograph echoes iconic poster for 1975 blockbuster JawsImage captured by a marine photographer from a shark cage in Mexico | UPDATED: 20:49 GMT, 30 December 2012 A seagull calmly bobs on the surface of the sea unaware it is just inches away from the jaws of death. This remarkable photograph of a beady-eyed great white shark homing in on its unsuspecting prey echoes the iconic poster for Steven Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster Jaws.
Britain struck a deal with EU countries to send their criminals home. So how many have gone NONESince December 2011 prisoners from within the EU can be forced to serve their sentence in their home countryPrevious government allowed opt outs for Poland and Ireland, the two countries with the most inmates serving time in Britain Meanwhile 38 prisoners were returned to the UK | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 25 December 2012 Must change: More foreign prisoners should be sent home to serve their time says Justice Secretary Chris Grayling Britain was hit by a fresh foreign prisoner fiasco last night after it was revealed that a much- trumpeted EU transfer agreement has spectacularly backfired
Dancing on ice: Snowy owl left with a big smile on his face as practises his moves | UPDATED: 20:16 GMT, 16 December 2012 This owl looks like it's taking advantage of the cold weather to practise its skating moves on the ice. The snowy owl was captured on camera with one leg outstretched behind it while it balanced on one claw. But, the beautiful bird may just have been stretching after it woke up to freezing temperatures of -20C in Montreal, Canada