Pictured: British teacher who died on school ski trip in Austria after falling from 4m-high wall and landing on his head on way back from pub at 3am Jonathan Taylor, 44, killed instantly after falling off a four-metre stone wallThe IT teacher landed on his head while walking home from a pub at 3am He leaves a wife and had taught at the Nottinghamshire school for a year Pupils, aged 14 and 15, will return today after cutting their trip cut short They paid tribute on Twitter to the 'lovely' and 'highly respected' teacher By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:05 GMT, 31 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 1 April 2013 First picture: IT teacher Jonathan Taylor died after falling off a 4m-high wall after a trip to the pub on a school skiing holiday A British teacher has died on a school ski trip after falling off a four-metre-high stone wall and landing on his head following a trip to a pub. Jonathan Taylor, 44, an IT teacher at Christ the King School in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, had been to a pub at Matrei in the Austrian East Tyrol region when he fell from the roadside wall, Austrian police said.
Police divers find body of passenger after car plunges off ferry slipway into river and is submerged for 30 minutesPolice confirm body was recovered when car raised from the waterReports say male driver escaped but female passenger did notFerry service has been temporarily suspended By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 18:08 GMT, 20 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 20 March 2013 A pensioner has died after a car rolled into a river while waiting to board a ferry in Cornwall. The vehicle plunged into the River Fal at the slipway to the King Harry Ferry across the River Fal near Truro at around 4pm.
Cancer causing drug may have been in horse meat consumed in UK, Labour warns as Burger King dumps millions of patties after claiming it was unaffected Horses slaughtered in UK last year tested positive for phenylbutazoneAnti-inflammatory drug is banned from human food chainBurger King has ended its deal with Irish firm ABP's Silvercrest plant Managers told to mark boxes of burgers from firm with an 'X'But staff instructed not to remove the meat until replacements arriveSome products on its menu may be unavailable until new supplier is found , the FSA identified five cases where horses returned non-compliant results. None of the meat had been placed for sale on the UK market. Where the meat had been exported to other countries, the relevant food safety authorities were informed
'Rape-provoking' miniskirts and crop tops banned by king of Swaziland with offenders facing six months in jail Miniskirts and low slung jeans banned in SwazilandThe clothing 'encourages rape' according to police in the tiny African kingdomBut semi-naked dances for all-powerful king are exempt from colonial-era law | UPDATED: 20:32 GMT, 24 December 2012 Police in Swaziland will enforce a colonial law to stop women wearing miniskirts and other 'sexual' clothing. Officers say the clothes 'encourage rape' (file picture) Women in Swaziland have been banned from wearing miniskirts and crop tops because they 'encourage rape' – and offenders face a six-month spell in jail
Kate and Wills to spend Christmas with HER family: Duke and Duchess spend day at the Middletons' instead of Sandringham Couple break with tradition to spend quiet day in Bucklebury, BerkshireThey will visit Royal Family in Sandringham over festive period Pregnant Kate will get more rest at her family home than with Queen | UPDATED: 15:14 GMT, 22 December 2012 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to spend Christmas at the Middleton family home. Prince William will join Kate Middleton's family at their house in Bucklebury, Berkshire, Clarence House announced today. Speculation had been mounting in recent days over whether Kate would join the Royal Family for their annual Christmas festivities at Sandringham.
Prosecutors look at bringing criminal charges over hoax call to Duchess of Cambridge's nurseScotland Yard submitted file to Crown Prosecution Service over prank callNurse Jacintha Saldanha found dead after transferring hoax callCPS will consider whether any potential offences have been committed | UPDATED: 15:22 GMT, 22 December 2012 Tragedy: Miss Saldanha was found dead days after receiving a hoax phone call at London's King Edward VII hospital Criminal charges could be brought following the death of a nurse who hanged herself after transferring a call that led to intimate calls about the Duchess of Cambridge being revealed.
Goodbye, Jacintha: Grieving husband and children of hoax call nurse weep by her graveside as they say farewell at Indian funeralBody flown to India where husband and two children in Shirva, Karnataka for funeral at Our Lady of Health Church King Edward VII Hospital nurse Jacintha Saldanha found dead on December 7 after hoax call by Australian DJs | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 17 December 2012 Jacintha Saldanha's grieving husband and two teenage children clutched each other tightly today as they gathered with hundreds of mourners in a small town in India for her funeral. Friends and family paid their respects to the 46-year-old nurse who was duped by a hoax call during a simple ceremony in Shirva, some 30 miles north of Mangalore on the south-west coast. Earlier, crowds lined the roads close to the Catholic church to pay their respects while relatives attended a private prayer ceremony at her home.
New laws to ensure Royal baby becomes monarch to be rushed through Parliament A week after Duchess of Cornwall left hospital, minister publish BillNick Clegg says legislation will be passed 'as wuickly as we can'Commonwealth countries have agreed changes to line of succession rulesThe law of primogeniture had once meant boys leapfrogged older sistersNew baby would be in third place by becoming more important than Harry | UPDATED: 16:30 GMT, 13 December 2012 Law changes to make sure Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first baby can succeed to the throne are to be rushed through parliament. MPs will meet on Monday to start rewriting 660-year-old laws to ensure that if the royal couple have a girl she will become Queen, even if she has a young brother. Ministers are to prioritise the law change with the urgency usually reserved for anti-terror laws.
Now hospital which treated Kate DENIES hoax call radio station contacted managers or press officers (despite bosses saying they’d phoned them five times) Chief executive officer of Austereo said team attempted to liaise with King Edward VII hospital before it was played on radio but could not get throughRhys Holleran believes staff carried out appropriate level of dutyBut hospital said no one has contacted its management or press officeA spokesman said the presenter were 'kids out of their depth' but the station management had responsibility Company suspends advertising from 2Day FM and orders review Hoax phone call where presenters pretended to be the Queen led to nurse revealing Kate's medical conditions while in hospital for morning sicknessNurse Jacintha Saldanha who put through the call committed suicide DJs Christian and Greig are in 'emotional state' following death of nurse | UPDATED: 13:25 GMT, 10 December 2012 The King Edward VII Hospital today said the radio station that broadcast the hoax call did not contact senior management or its press office in advance – despite its claims it called five times.
Hoaxed nurse 'died of shame': As the backlash against phone prank DJs grows, victim's brother says she would have been devastatedJacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead on Friday morning in nurses’ accommodation Her brother Naveen described her as a 'proper and righteous person' Husband, Ben Barboza, 49, said: ‘I am devastated with the tragic loss of my beloved wife Jacintha in tragic circumstances’ 14-year-old daughter Lisha posted 'I love you' on Facebook Friends said Mrs Saldanha ‘took it very badly' when prank was broadcast DJs Greig and Christian are expected to be interviewed by Scotland Yard | UPDATED: 08:14 GMT, 10 December 2012 The family of the tragic nurse in the royal hospital hoax believe she died of shame. Jacintha Saldanha’s brother Naveen told the Daily Mail that his devoutly Catholic sister was a ‘proper and righteous person’. She would have been ‘devastated’ at unwittingly assisting a colleague in breaching medical confidentiality over the condition of the Duchess of Cambridge