One dead and two injured in early morning knife rampage at house party as three men are arrested Police and paramedics called at 5am to report in Tottenham, north LondonOne victim in 20s pronounced dead shortly after arriving at London hospitalTwo other men treated for relatively minor injuries and three men arrested By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 12:23 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:53 GMT, 10 March 2013 A young man was stabbed to death at a party in the early hours of this morning, police said today. The victim, believed to be in his 20s, was one of three men taken to hospital at around 5am after suffering knife wounds at a party in Tottenham, north London.
Prestigious award for Mail journalist: Stephen Wright honoured for reporting on Stephen Lawrence investigation Judges at the Paul Foot Award praised Wright's 'dogged reporting'He spearheaded the Mail's Justice for Stephen campaign through to the trial and conviction of two of the original suspects last year His investigation led to famous front page branding the suspects 'Murderers' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 00:42 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:05 GMT, 28 February 2013 Honoured: Stephen Wright has received the Paul Foot Award for investigative journalism for his reporting on the Stephen Lawrence murder investigation Daily Mail journalist Stephen Wright has been honoured with a prestigious accolade for his 15 years of reporting on the Stephen Lawrence murder investigation. Judges at the Paul Foot Award for investigative journalism created a Special Campaign Award to present him in recognition of his outstanding work. His initial investigation led to Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre famously branding the suspects ‘Murderers’, in a front page headline in February 1997.
Man City youth footballer facing jail for killing a brother and sister after crashing his Mercedes into their car while speeding at nearly 60mph through a 30mph limitCourtney Meppen-Walter, 18, smashed into a car pulling out of a side roadKulwant Singh, 32, and his sister Ravel Kaur, 37, died in crashHer two sons Amjid and Parveen left in a serious condition but survivedFootballer faces up to 5 years in prison after admitting 2 driving charges By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 14:42 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:56 GMT, 7 February 2013 Court: Man City young player Courtney Meppen-Walter arrives at Magistrates Court in Manchester to admit charges of reckless and dangerous driving which caused the deaths of Kulwant and Ravel Kaur Singh A Manchester City footballer is facing up to five years in jail today for killing a brother and sister in a road crash while driving his Mercedes at almost 60mph in a 30mph zone. Courtney Meppen-Walter, 18, was arrested last September after his silver Elegance CDI car was travelling nearly twice the speed limit when it ploughed into a red Nissan Micra pulling out of a side street. The impact in Cheetham Hill, Manchester claimed the lives of Kulwant Singh, 32, who was driving the Micra and 37-year old sister Ravel Kaur who was a front seat passenger.
Police have stopped me 25 times… just because I'm black: Stephen Lawrence's teacher brother launches damning race case against the Met Stephen's brother Stuart Lawrence, 35, left furious by harassment Final straw said to be when he was stopped in London in NovemberMother Doreen Lawrence OBE says 'racism has not gone away' /12/19/article-2250334-0ECB555F00000578-825_634x472.jpg” width=”634″ height=”472″ alt=”Tireless: Doreen Lawrence has written to politicians but says her letters have been ignored” class=”blkBorder” /> Tireless: Doreen Lawrence has written to politicians but says her letters have been ignored In 1999, the Met was accused of being 'institutionally racist' by the judicial inquiry into her son's murder six years earlier
NHS chief 'must go' over hospital horror: Relatives of patients who died demand his resignation Probe into deaths at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public inquiry will say trust run under culture of fear, bullying and secrecy By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:55 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 7 January 2013 The head of the NHS is facing calls to resign over his role in one of the worst hospital scandals in history. Sir David Nicholson helped appoint the chief executive who presided over Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust at a time when up to 1,200 patients died through neglect
60,000 patients put on death pathway without being told but minister still says controversial end-of-life plan is 'fantastic'Pathway involves the sick being sedated and usually denied nutrition and fluidsFamilies kept in the dark when doctors withdraw lifesaving treatmentHealth Secretary Jeremy Hunt said pathway was a 'fantastic step forward'Anti-euthanasia group said: ‘The Pathway is designed to finish people off double quick' | UPDATED: 01:44 GMT, 31 December 2012 Up to 60,000 patients die on the Liverpool Care Pathway each year without giving their consent, shocking figures revealed yesterday.
Prosecutors call for Silvio Berlusconi to be jailed for one year for ‘passing on wire-tapped phonecall details’Prosecutors are seeking a one-year jail sentence for Italy's former PM Berlusconi is accused of revealing confidential details of an investigation into a financial scandal to a newspaper owned by his family | UPDATED: 07:51 GMT, 21 December 2012 Italian prosecutors are seeking a jail sentence for the country's former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi for allegedly revealing confidential information about an investigation into a financial scandal. The case relates to a judicial inquiry into an attempt by insurer Unipol to take over bank BNL, now owned by BNP Paribas, in 2005. Berlusconi is accused of obtaining details of a wire-tapped phone conversation about the deal and passing them to Il Giornale, the newspaper owned by his brother Paolo.
PM apologises for MI5's role in murder of Ulster lawyer but wife slams report into police collusion in his murder 38-year-old was shot dead in front of his wife and children at home in 1989Report by Sir Desmond de Silva QC published today reveals the killing might not have happened without the involvement of security agenciesWidow Geraldine has repeatedly called for a full public inquiryDavid Cameron admitted there was collusion between police and loyalists responsible for the killing but only ordered a review of the case | UPDATED: 10:57 GMT, 13 December 2012 The report into the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane was publsihed today. The 38-year-old was shot at his north Belfast home by loyalist paramilitaries the Ulster Defence Association in 1989 David Cameron said the Government was ‘deeply sorry’ yesterday after a report into the murder of solicitor Pat Finucane found the security services colluded with the loyalist terrorists who killed him. A review of the case by Sir Desmond de Silva, QC, found the father-of-three would probably not have been executed by the Ulster Defence Association without the encouragement of British agents.
Lord Leveson could end up regulating press personally under Labour plan: Inquiry judge in running to be Lord Chief Justice Opposition publishes draft bill calling for Lord Chief Justice to be in chargeLabour says plan would meet Leveson's demand for 'legal underpinning' But it drops support for Ofcom to oversee new Press Standards Trust Ed Miliband has discussed plan with Deputy Prime Minister Nick CleggIt raised prospect of Lord Justice Leveson overseeing new system | UPDATED: 15:32 GMT, 10 December 2012 Shadow culture secretary Harriett Harman said Labour's draft bill provided the 'essential' legal underpinning that Lord Justice Leveson demanded A legally-binding plan for the country’s top judge to oversee newspaper standards will be set out by the Labour party today. With David Cameron refusing to back statutory regulation, the opposition will publish a six-clause bill which would require the Lord Chief Justice power to sign off the effectiveness of an independent panel in holding the press to account
Scandal-hit hospital forced to pay 1m compensation for 'inhumane and 'degrading' treatment of patients Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust paid out the significant sum as compensation for 'inhumane and degrading' treatment, say lawyers News comes a month ahead of report of the public inquiry into the serious failings at the trustBetween 400-1,200 patients feared to have died needlessly between 2005-2008 | UPDATED: 14:39 GMT, 10 December 2012 A scandal-hit hospital where thirsty patients were forced to drink out of vases and others left to sit on their own excrement has paid out more than 1 million in compensation for 'inhumane and degrading' treatment. Human Rights solicitor Emma Jones, who is part of a legal team representing more than 100 victims of alleged abuse at Stafford Hospital, said today that Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust paid out the significant sum to patients or their families. The news comes a month ahead of the publication of the report of the public inquiry into the serious failings at the trust