Father delivers his own baby son in hotel bedroom after his wife was turned away from top hospital

First-time mother turned away from hospital because she was 'not in full labour' gives birth in nearby hotel bathroom University College Hospital midwife tells mother she was not in full labour Couple checked-in to nearby four-star Radisson Edwardian Grafton Hotel Despite repeated calls to hospital, couple advised it was 'still too early'Father Richard delivers son George Reggie Eades in hotel bathroomParamedics attended to couple and baby after the unusual labour By Shari Miller PUBLISHED: 15:28 GMT, 5 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:03 GMT, 5 April 2013 A first-time mother gave birth to her son in a hotel bathroom aided by just her husband after the couple were turned away from a leading hospital. George Reggie Eades was born into the unusual surroundings after a midwife at University College Hospital, London, told his mother Michelle Booth that she was not in full labour and there was 'nowhere for us to go'

Scalford mother Michelle Mills, 31, "killed young lover Edward Miller, 20, stabbing him 24 TIMES"

Blonde mother of two, 31, 'killed young lover, 20, by stabbing him 24 TIMES with such force she broke the knife moments after texting ex to say she wanted him back' Michelle Mills 'launched attack on Edward Miller after she texted her former lover saying she still loved him' She told police after arrest: 'I grabbed the knife and I went mental. I don’t know how many times I stabbed him.' Mother denies murder at Lincoln Crown Court they began living together at his mother's home before saving up the deposit and renting a cottage in Scalfold. They moved in just two months before Mr Miller was stabbed to death.

Caught on camera: Horrifying moment student stabs classmate outside their college for "giving him a dodgy look in the library"

Caught on camera: Horrifying moment student stabs classmate outside their college for 'giving him a dodgy look in the library'Valentine Cannings viciously attacked 17-year-old with large hunting knifeCCTV captured moment Cannings left victim Kevin Linongi for dead Attack at Bournville College campus in Birmingham followed 'exchange of words' between the students By Shari Miller PUBLISHED: 13:25 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:51 GMT, 4 March 2013 Jailed: Valentine Cannings was sentenced to seven years for stabbing Kevin Linongi Shocking CCTV images captured the moment a student brutally plunged a blade into his classmate's stomach and left him for dead – because he claimed his victim had given him 'dodgy looks'. Valentine Cannings, 22, has been jailed for seven years after attacking 17-year-old Kevin Linongi outside Bournville College's campus in Longbridge Lane, Birmingham on October 12 last year. The images show Cannings viciously stabbing the teenager, resulting in him collapsing in the street

Being pregnant DOES make women"s feet bigger and the changes are permanent, say researchers

Being pregnant DOES make women's feet bigger and the changes are permanent, say researchers Study from University of Iowa found long-lasting changes to feet of pregnant women Most changes observed in first pregnanciesReport suggests the permanent change to women's feet could lead to arthritis in later life By Shari Miller PUBLISHED: 14:12 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:12 GMT, 3 March 2013 In her shoes: A new report suggests pregnancy can result in a woman's feet becoming permanently larger The next time a pregnant woman puts her feet up, she might just notice they look a little bigger – and are likely to stay that way, according to new research which suggests having a baby can change your shoe size forever. Research from the University of Iowa has found pregnancy can permanently change the size and shape of a woman's feet. Flat feet, where the arch of the foot flattens out, are a common problem for pregnant women and is possibly caused by the extra weight and increased looseness of the joints associated with pregnancy

Sexist "rape club" at DSK"s prestigious university

Students at elite French universities formed 'rape club' and threatened to simulate 'mass sex attack at womens’ group' Eight students facing disciplinary panel at Bordeaux Political collegeThey were members of the sexist group 'Dare to Choose Masculism'It planned to to invade feminist debate and 'simulate a mass sexual attack'Majority of members said they approved of gang rape in Facebook vote College forms part of the elite Sciences Po network Scandal is 'evidence of institutional sexism among France's future leaders' By Daniel Miller PUBLISHED: 17:30 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:02 GMT, 7 February 2013 Alumnus: Shamed former IMF chief Dominic Strauss-Kahn attended the Bordeaux college at the centre of the scandal A sexist club at the former elite French college of shamed ex IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn advocated gang rape and suggested carrying out a simulated sexual attack on a feminist organisation. Eight men are to facing a disciplinary panel at the Bordeaux Branch of the Institute of Political Studies, part of the Sciences Po network of institutes famous for educating many of the country's political and business leaders.

Angela Vane, 40, charged with murder of Devon toddler

Woman, 40, charged with murder of toddler, 2, found dead in home by member of public Angela Vane, 40 will appear before Torquay Magistrates' Court todayShe was arrested on Saturday after boy, 2, was found dead at a homeShocked neighbours leave floral tributes near house in Modbury, Devon By Shari Miller PUBLISHED: 01:54 GMT, 20 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:55 GMT, 21 January 2013 A 40-year-old woman was last night charged with the murder of a two-year-old boy. Angela Vane, 40, from Modbury, Devon, will appear before Torquay Magistrates' Court today after the toddler was found at a home on Saturday morning, Devon and Cornwall Police said. Officers were called to the house after the boy's body was discovered by a member of the public.

N-Dubz Dappy trial witnesses planned to sell story for "a grand" and to send "the **** down" in series of online messages

N-Dubz Dappy trial witnesses planned to sell story for 'a grand' and to send 'the **** down' in series of online messages Messages read in court sent by two teenage women witnesses this weekThe pair at centre of case admit they planned to sell their story after trialOne message said: 'Let's get rich and sell our story', court heardCourt told Dappy approached teenagers and said: 'All right sexy girls'Women allegedly called him 'boring' so he spat and called them 'sluts' Brawl that followed left two men with broken teeth and a broken noseDappy denies two counts of common assault on the two women, one of assault by beating and one of affray ” class=”blkBorder” /> Accused: Dappy and three other men are charged with affray after an attack on a man at a petrol station in February 2012 'People came out from cars which were parked up on the forecourt. 'Serena ran inside. She was calling my name but I just stayed sitting down

Baby boom or bust: Salaries are affected by whether your male boss has a son or daughter

Baby boom or bust: Salaries are affected by whether your male boss has a son or daughter Research suggests salary shrinks when CEO has a son But wages likely to rise if first child is a daughter Fatherhood changes the way a boss views his staff Female employees more likely to see wage increase after boss has a child By Shari Miller PUBLISHED: 15:49 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 15:49 GMT, 6 January 2013 Daddy's little darling: Becoming a father can change the way a boss views his employees, according to a new report The next time you are invited to 'wet the baby's head' with a boss who has just become a parent, be warned: his new offspring could well affect your salary. Wages can go up or down depending on the baby's gender and the head of a company could significantly change the way he looks at his employees after the birth of a child, according to new research.

Leveson Inquiry: Newspapers sign up for new watchdog

Newspapers sign up for new watchdog in response to Leveson InquiryMore than 100 paper proprietors, publishers and editors met yesterday to sign up to the principles laid out by Lord Justice LevesonFormer Tory peer Lord Hunt, who is coordinating response of the press, said blueprint for new regulator would be drawn up on Jan 10He added it is unnecessary for politicians to pass law to enshrine new system in statute | UPDATED: 00:56 GMT, 21 December 2012 Newspaper editors agreed to set up a new independent press watchdog yesterday in response to the Leveson Inquiry. More than 100 paper proprietors, publishers and editors met yesterday to sign up to the principles laid out by Lord Justice Leveson. Former Tory peer Lord Hunt, who is coordinating the response of the press, said a detailed blueprint for the new regulator would be drawn up on January 10.

We want exemption on gay marriage too say angry Muslims as they attack Government"s plans

We want exemption on gay marriage too: Angry Muslims demand government treats them the same as Church of England | UPDATED: 01:04 GMT, 18 December 2012 Muslim leaders yesterday criticised controversial plans to allow gay marriages – and demanded they should have the same legal exemption as the Church of England. The Muslim Council of Britain, which represents 500 mosques and community organisations, claimed the law was ‘utterly discriminatory’ and said they were ‘appalled’ by it