We know she is dying, but we still believe in miracles: Heartbreaking story of a little girl"s last Christmas- and the amazing courage of parents…

We know she is dying, but we still believe in miracles: Heartbreaking story of a little girl's last Christmas- and the amazing courage of parents determined to fight brain tumour that is killing her Parents of Amelia Saunders, 4, hope her story will inspire people to donate money to brain tumour research Parents said they sympathise with Sally Roberts, mother of Neon, 7Amelia's tumour is inoperable and medical trials in the U.S failed to help By Emily Hill PUBLISHED: 22:31 GMT, 29 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:32 GMT, 29 December 2012 Little star: Four-year-old Amelia Saunders has an inoperable brain tumour. After spending a heartbreaking last Christmas with her family, Amelia's parents hope her story can inspire people to donate to brain tumour research Four-year-old Amelia is a firm believer in fairy tales. Her parents Richard and Chantal Saunders believe in miracles, too.

A picture that says it all: Father displays dead daughter"s mangled car in warning not to drink and drive like she did

A picture that says it all: Father displays dead daughter's mangled car in warning not to drink and drive like she did | UPDATED: 22:31 GMT, 7 December 2012 To the bereaved father, it is a symbol of heartbreaking loss. But the man whose daughter died at the wheel of this Vauxhall Corsa has taken the courageous decision to allow police to use it as a weapon in their war on drink-driving. The twisted wreck will be displayed in town centres and outside nightclubs in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in the hope it will persuade young people of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol