Cameron accused of betraying Christians: Astonishing Easter attack on the PM by former Archbishop of Canterbury

Cameron accused of betraying Christians: Astonishing Easter attack on the PM by former Archbishop of CanterburyLord Carey accused ministers of 'aiding and abetting' the discrimination Poll: More than two-thirds of Christians feel they're a 'persecuted minority' By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 22:03 GMT, 29 March 2013 | UPDATED: 03:20 GMT, 30 March 2013 Many Christians doubt David Cameron’s sincerity in pledging to protect their freedoms, former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey says today. In an article for the Daily Mail, Lord Carey squarely accuses ministers of ‘aiding and abetting’ discrimination against Christians

Passengers on break to Amsterdam spent six minutes in car park before boarding ferry home after delayed by storm

Ferry passengers endured horrendous 30 hour journey through violent storm and only got to spend SIX MINUTES in Amsterdam (in the dark) British tourists hoped to spend all day on Saturday in Dutch capitalPassengers spent minutes in car park before boarding bus to ferry home By Harriet Arkell PUBLISHED: 16:48 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:55 GMT, 27 March 2013 British tourists who booked a weekend 'mini-cruise' to Amsterdam spent just six minutes in the Dutch capital after their overnight ferry crossing turned into a 30-hour journey from hell. More than 300 people booked the 48-a-head break to the Netherlands, which should have entailed them arriving in Holland at 9am last Saturday and spending all day in Amsterdam before boarding an 11pm boat home. But after they boarded the DFDS Princess Seaways service from North Shields on Friday afternoon, their boat was lashed by such high winds and rough seas that their arrival at the Dutch port of Ijmuiden was delayed by 13 hours.

Imani Green: Tragedy as British girl, 8, on holiday in Jamaica dies in shooting at her family"s grocery store

'We heard gunshots… we found her in a pool of blood': Relatives describe how British girl, 8, was fatally shot in head on family holiday to Jamaica Imani Green, of London, shot on Friday night in Duncans, Trelawny ParishGirl abroad for winter holiday with mother Donna, 47, and sister Jamila, 19 Struck in head by bullet from 9mm pistol and hit in shoulder by second bullet By Leslie Larson and Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 05:04 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:55 GMT, 13 January 2013 Relatives today described the dramatic scenes when an eight-year-old girl was shot dead on a family holiday in Jamaica after an assailant opened fire at a grocery store

Tragedy as British girl, 8, on holiday in Jamaica dies in shooting at her family"s grocery store

British girl, eight, dies after being shot in head in grocery store on family holiday to Jamaica By Leslie Larson PUBLISHED: 05:04 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:41 GMT, 13 January 2013 An eight-year-old British girl on holiday in Jamaica with her family was shot dead when an assailant opened fire at a grocery store on Friday evening. Imani Green, from Balham in South London, was at her cousin's small shop on the island's north coast, in the town of Duncans in Trelawny Parish, when violence broke out during an argument. She was struck in the head by a bullet from the shooter's 9mm pistol and then was hit in the shoulder by a second bullet.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get their first orderly (and he"ll even organise William"s wardrobe)

Behind the wheel, Kate's Man Friday: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get their first orderly (and he'll even organise William's wardrobe) New recruit is a young Fijian-born corporal from the Parachute Regiment Couple may hire more help when their first baby is born later this year ” class=”blkBorder” /> The new employee is also responsible for the wardrobe of Prince William, pictured left with his wife Catherine in Ottawa in July 2011, and pictured right on their Diamond Jubilee tour of the Far East in 2012 The couple, pictured outside King Edward VII's Hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted with severe morning sickness, have resisted hiring servants but that may change when their first baby is born

Grandmother back from the dead after spending three days in a morgue

Grandmother 'comes back from the dead just minutes before post-mortem' after spending THREE DAYS in the morgue | UPDATED: 16:45 GMT, 29 December 2012 A grandmother has been brought back from the dead twice – and has even survived spending three days in a morgue. The 61-year-old Russian woman has been declared dead twice by doctors, but each time has come back to life – and once was minutes away from being cut open for her autopsy. Hardy Lyudmila Steblitskaya spent 3 days laying in a freezing cold morgue, while her family mourned the retired cook.

Britain"s Got Talent winning dog Pudsey meets siblings for the first time since they were pups

Pudsey's pup parade: Dancing dog in first reunion with all his brothers and sistersCelebrity dog joined siblings Hero, Toggle, Kez, Piper and BeckyTogether for first time since puppies and celebrate birthday on FridayBritain's Got Talent winning dog took break from busy schedule | UPDATED: 23:07 GMT, 25 December 2012 If there were ever any doubts that showing off is in Pudsey the dancing dog’s blood, this family picture should dispel them.

Sandy Hook shooting: Reverend Clive Calver describes agony of comforting parents

I was first to see the Sandy Hook carnage: British clergyman describes agony of comforting parents as they asked: 'Where's my child'Rev Clive Calver went straight to the school after hearing of the shootingHe was with parents as they heard that their children were among the deadHe also held the funeral of only British victim six-year-old Dylan Hockley | UPDATED: 11:31 GMT, 24 December 2012 A British clergyman has described how he was among the first on the scene of the Sandy Hook school shooting – and was with the families when they heard the news their children had died. Rev Clive Calver, who was born in London but now leads the Walnut Hill Community Church, in Conneticut, took the funeral of Dylan Hockley, the six-year-old British boy who was killed when crazed gunman Adam Lanza went on a rampage which left 20 children and six teachers dead at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Dylan, who suffered from autism, died cradled in the arms of his devoted special needs teacher Anne Marie Murphy who was also killed. Rev Clive Calver, left, was among the first on the scene and held the funeral of British victim six-year-old Dylan Hockley, right Dylan's funeral was held at the Walnut Hill Community Church on Friday His father Ian Hockley, 42, moved his family from Eastleigh, Hampshire, to Newtown, Connecticut, two years ago in the belief that America would give his boys – Dylan and big brother Jake, eight – a better start in life.

Sandy Hook shooting: Kaitlin Roig saved her students by hiding them in bathroom

'You're going to have Christmas and Hanukkah': Heroic teacher's promise to her first grade class that she saved from school massacre gunman – by hiding them in bathroomKaitlin Roig, 29, ushered her 15 first-grade students into a bathroom after Adam Lanza shot out the classroom windowsShe says she was struck by the bravery of the children, including one who said he could fight the gunman with karateMs Roig and fellow teacher Maryrose Kristopik survived the attack unharmed – along with their students | UPDATED: 10:29 GMT, 18 December 2012 Among the tragic victims of the Sandy Hook massacre were remarkable stories of survival – and heroism.

Sandy Hook victims: America"s night of grief as citizens unite for candle-lit vigils

America's night of grief: Citizens unite as they attend candle-lit vigils to remember the 26 Sandy Hook victims Paper lanterns were released into sky at a vigil in Omaha, Nebraska Hundreds attended Newtown High School to see President Barack Obama preside over an interfaith worship vigil | UPDATED: 16:23 GMT, 17 December 2012 Americans were united in their grief last night as they attended vigils to remember the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. Many people lit candles as they stood in the dark clutching candles while silently reflecting on the tragic events of last Friday. Paper lanterns were released into the night sky during a vigil in Omaha, Nebraska