Jason Owen: Man who let Baby P die is sent back in jail after breaching parole

Man who let Baby P die is sent back in jail after breaching paroleJason Owen, 41 back in prison after breaching conditions of bail Jailed in 2009 for his part in toddler's death, but served just half 6 year termBaby P found dead in his bloodied cot in August 2007 after horrific abuse His mother, Tracey Connelly and her boyfriend Steven Barker also jailed By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 08:24 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 12 April 2013 Jason Owen, one of a trio jailed over Baby P's death, who is said to be back in prison after breaching his parole A man who was jailed for his part in Baby P's death is back in prison after breaching the conditions of his bail. Jason Owen, 41, was jailed in 2009 for his part in the toddler's death, alongside the child's mother, Tracey Connelly, her boyfriend Steven Barker – and Owen's brother. But he served just half of his six year sentence and was given parole in 2011.

NHS pays out 2million after surgeon botches operations – and there are still 94 OUTSTANDING claims

NHS pays out 2million after surgeon botches operations – and there are still 94 OUTSTANDING claims 2million of compensation has been paid out to Manjit Bhamra's patients at Rotherham HospitalThere are another 94 outstanding claims against himDespite this, he is STILL working as a surgeon By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 19:04 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:48 GMT, 1 March 2013 Surgeon Manjit Bhamra is still practising, despite the NHS forking out close to 2million for botched operations The NHS has paid out more than 2m in compensation to victims of a surgeon who is still allowed to work. Rotherham Hospital has agreed damages settlements for four former patients of orthopaedic surgeon Manjit Bhamra, totalling just over 1m since last summer. Previously 13 other patients had received a total of 1,058,784.

Future generations of pensioners will get state pension but no extra benefits, Iain Duncan Smith warns

Future generations of pensioners should get state pension but no extra benefits, Iain Duncan Smith warnsWork and Pensions Secretary insists handouts like winter fuel allowance and TV licence are safe for current pensionersBut 'next generation' will be encouraged to save to remove 'any extra dependence on the state'Coalition plans single-tier pension of around 155-a-weekLinking state pension age to life expectancy 'will mean working until 70' By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 09:11 GMT, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 8 January 2013 Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, pictured arriving at Number 10 yesterday, said coalition reforms mean future generations would only need the state pension The next generation of pensioners should not need to receive extra benefits like free TV licences and help with heating bills, Iain Duncan Smith suggested today.

BBC spends over 1million on flights to the U.S. in just seven months

Your 1million bill for jet-set BBC bosses: Corporation spent huge sum on flights to U.S. in just seven monthsFoI request reveals executives, including Mark thompson, ran up huge billCorporation spent an average of 162,246 a month on U.S. flights | UPDATED: 07:48 GMT, 14 December 2012 High-flier: Former BBC director-general Mark Thompson was among executives who clocked up over 1million on flights to the U.S.

Doctors will need licence to approve whiplash claims as part of clampdown on bogus claims

Doctors will need licence to approve whiplash claims as part of clampdown on 2bn annual payout Last year, 824,489 motoring injury claims reported, up 60% from 2006Of these nearly 550,000 were recorded as whiplash claimsMeasures will be introduced as part of clampdownPanel to be set up to accredit doctors wanting to act as insurance examiners Threshold for small claims court is being raised from 1,000 to 5,000 | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 11 December 2012 Doctors will soon need a special licence to approve payouts on motorists’ insurance for whiplash as part of a clampdown on bogus claims. The scheme will be announced today by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling. Mr Grayling is also bringing in measures to make it easier for drivers and insurance companies to challenge claims in the courts.

More women take to the driving seat: Number of female drivers accelerates at twice rate of male motorists

More women take to the driving seat: Number of female drivers accelerates at twice rate of male motorists | UPDATED: 01:45 GMT, 3 December 2012 The number of new drivers is rising twice as quickly among women as it is among men, a study reveals today. Not only that, but the number of miles women drive each year is rising as men drive fewer. The report, compiled for the RAC Foundation, says that between 1995 and 2010 the number of women with a driving licence grew by 23 per cent, a rise of 2.6million to 13.8million.

Call to strip wealthy OAPs of fuel payout: Former Tory Cabinet minister said it is "bonkers" to give rich pensioners benefits

Call to strip wealthy OAPs of fuel payout: Former Tory Cabinet minister said it is 'bonkers' to give rich pensioners benefits | UPDATED: 02:16 GMT, 28 November 2012 Austerity: Baron Patten said there would be no political backlash if George Osborne was to cut benefits for wealthy pensioners Winter fuel payments and free TV licences for well-off pensioners should be axed, a former Tory Cabinet minister said last night.