'I think I'm going to die': Chilling last words of schoolgirl, 14, who predicted her death on Facebook minutes before she was killed by drink-driver Kayleigh Lawrie, 14, died when travelling in car of HGV driver Steven HayterHayter was twice the limit when the car flew 60ft through the air into a ditchHe was trying to retrieve a cigarette from the foot well when the car crashedKayleigh wanted to get out of the car but was told not to be so 'stupid' By Emily Davies PUBLISHED: 17:05 GMT, 19 March 2013 | UPDATED: 09:25 GMT, 20 March 2013 A terrified teenage girl predicted her own death on Facebook just minutes before she lost her life at the hands of a drunken driver, a court heard today. Kayleigh Lawrie, 14, pleaded to be allowed to get out of the car being driven by her father's friend because she was so scared by his ‘Formula One’ style driving.
Dogs really do have facial expressions which their owners can understand, study finds 100,000-year bond between canines and people explains connection By Nazia Parveen PUBLISHED: 17:18 GMT, 17 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:32 GMT, 17 March 2013 Scientists believe humans have developed a natural empathy with dogs and can read their facial expressions We all know that guilty look on the dog’s face when he swipes a sausage from the kitchen work top. But it seems that’s not the only emotion we can recognise in our canine friends. Scientists believe humans have developed a natural empathy with dogs as we have evolved side-by-side for the past 100,000 years
'I think I've killed her': Father-to-be's text message 'after kicking and stamping his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend to death in alcohol and drug fuelled rage' Tony McLernon accused of killing Eystna Blunnie, 20, in Essex The couple had recently broken up after an abusive relationshipChelmsford Crown Court hears Miss Blunnie had been heavily pregnantMcLernon, 24, from Harlow, denies murdering his former girlfriend By Leon Watson PUBLISHED: 11:41 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 20 February 2013 A man beat his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend to death and killed their unborn child in a 'brutal and sustained' attack, a court has heard. Fuelled by alcohol and cannabis, Tony McLernon arranged to meet Eystna Blunnie in a street in Harlow, Essex, in the early hours of June 27 last year, prosecutor Andrew Jackson told Chelmsford Crown Court. The couple had recently broken up after an abusive relationship and he knew she was pregnant with his child
Victoria's Secret worker scarred for life when niqab-wearing attacker threw acid in her face as she walked home from shopNaomi Oni, 20, was almost blinded and will need years of skin graftsShe was heading back to her flat from the bus stop when she was injuredHad been talking to her boyfriend on the phone after a late shiftSays the apparently random attack has 'destroyed' her lifeThe shop assistant no longer wants to go out in publicShe was inspired to share her story by acid-attack victim Katie Piper By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 14:17 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:35 GMT, 2 February 2013 A young woman suffered horrific facial burns after a woman wearing a Muslim veil threw acid in her face. Naomi Oni, 20, was walking home after finishing work at lingerie shop Victoria’s Secret when the woman, wearing a niqab – which reveals only the eyes – appeared and launched the apparently random attack
City workers sparked mass brawl at Christmas party after broker discovers fiancee was cheating on him with colleague Robert Nicolson, 27, is accused of attacking IT worker Anthony Field at last year's Brewin Dolphin Christmas partyHis colleague Graham Sunderland also appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court | UPDATED: 23:47 GMT, 11 December 2012 A mass brawl erupted at the Christmas party of a top City investment firm after a broker discovered his fiance was cheating on him with a colleague, a court was told. Robert Nicolson, 27, is accused of attacking IT worker Anthony Field after a friend pointed him out. His actions allegedly ignited a fight that tore through staff from the prestigious financial house Brewin Dolphin.
Why older people are more susceptible to fraud: Area of the brain that deals with trust is less active in pensioners | UPDATED: 01:39 GMT, 4 December 2012 Age-related changes to the brain could make pensioners more susceptible to fraud, scientists say. They have found that an area of the brain that helps us work out who can be trusted is less active in older men and women
Facebook accused of massive 'data grab' with new service that automatically uploads your phone picturesPhoto Sync being aggressively promoted to Facebook's mobile app usersIt will upload every single picture taken to the social network's serversFacebook will benefit from huge windfall of data it can commercialiseIt could use that data to build detailed database of users' lives | UPDATED: 16:02 GMT, 3 December 2012 Facebook has been accused of a massive 'data grab' after encouraging users to allow it to automatically synchronise photos from their mobile devices to the social networks servers. The social network from Friday began asking users of its mobile apps to activate its new Photo Sync, which will automatically upload each picture to a private album. Whether or not users decide share the photos on their public newsfeed, Facebook itself will still have access.
Takeaway worker jailed for leading gang attack which left teenager with shocking facial injuries Ali Haydor punched Daniel Stringer-Prince before the gang took overUnprovoked attack left teenager with lasting injuries, including damage to sight in one eye | UPDATED: 18:39 GMT, 3 December 2012 A takeaway worker who led a gang attack which left a teenager with a fractured eye socket has been jailed for two years. Ali Haydor, 22, punched Daniel Stringer-Prince, 17, at least twice before a gang of youths continued the assault, repeatedly kicking and punching the victim in the head.
Chaps, Miss Right is out there and looks just like you! Men attracted to women who look like them | UPDATED: 01:16 GMT, 3 December 2012 For men looking for love, the answer could well be staring them in the face. A study has fond men are more attracted to women who look like them. Researchers asked 100 men to choose the women they found most appealing from a selection of photographs