Horror of slave kept in 2million home who was raped while being passed between three middle class families

Horror of slave kept in 2million home who was raped while being passed between three middle class families Indian woman was raped several times by one of her abusersShe was beaten until she vomited and made to mop up with her clothesAbuser held knife to her neck and said she would be buried in the garden Given left overs and gone-off food to eat and beaten with rolling pin By Emily Davies PUBLISHED: 11:44 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:53 GMT, 20 April 2013 Shashi Obhrai threatened to kill the woman and bury her in the garden after she contacted police and was taken to hospital An Indian woman who was kept as a slave and passed between three middle class families has spoken of her traumatic ordeal where she was beaten, burned and raped. The 40-year-old Indian woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was kept prisoner for six months by the Obhrai family on their 2million estate in Middlesex. She was passed between two other families – who cannot be named for legal reasons – where she was forced to work for 2 an hour and raped several times by butcher Enkarta Balapovi

UK drug that boosts immune cell could halt childhood diabetes

UK drug that boosts immune cell could halt childhood diabetesPioneering work could bring us a 'step closer to a world without diabetes' By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 03:33 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:33 GMT, 6 February 2013 Although Type 1 diabetes most commonly develops in childhood, it can strike at any time A drug that could stop children from developing diabetes is being tested by British scientists. In future, youngsters could be screened for vulnerability at school, then given the drug to keep them healthy. Even delaying the onset of childhood, or Type 1, diabetes could have huge benefits in terms of long-term health.