Boarding school teenager left note saying "I"m sorry" then hanged herself over move out of London

Boarding school teenager left note saying 'I'm sorry' then hanged herself over move out of LondonMillicent Waddell, 16, had left London to live in Somerset with her motherBoarding school pupil was 'angry with her situation', inquest heard'No prior indication' teen would harm herself, coroner said PUBLISHED: 21:11 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 09:36 GMT, 7 February 2013 'I'm sorry': Millicent Waddell had wanted to stay in London, an inquest heard A boarding school pupil hanged herself in her bathroom at home after leaving a note that simply said: 'I'm sorry', an inquest heard today Tragic Millicent Waddell, 16, locked herself in the bathroom of her mother's 400,000 home before taking her own life. Her horrified mum, Louisa-Kate Foster, discovered her body after breaking into the room when her daughter failed to respond to her knocking on the door

Why folks Down Under are fed up with Stephen Fry: The TV presenter"s show QI is on so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent

Why folks Down Under are fed up with Fry: The TV presenter's show QI is on so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talentFormer senator tells Australian inquiry she wondered how viewers knew they were Down UnderHis quiz show has appeared on Australian Broadcasting Corporation so often, there are fears local talent is being killed off By Richard Shears PUBLISHED: 01:34 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:05 GMT, 4 February 2013 Too much Stephen Fry's quiz show QI appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent If you think there’s too much Stephen Fry on British TV, spare a thought for Australians. His quiz show QI has appeared on national channel the Australian Broadcasting Corporation so frequently there are fears he is killing off local talent. Former senator Margaret Reynolds told an Australian parliamentary inquiry into ABC’s content that Fry was on the channel in Tasmania so often she wondered how viewers would know they were actually in Australia

The RSPCA and a cruel abuse of your generosity

The RSPCA and a cruel abuse of your generosity By Quentin Letts PUBLISHED: 23:54 GMT, 19 December 2012 | UPDATED: 07:45 GMT, 20 December 2012 Officially, the ‘P’ in RSPCA stands for ‘prevention’. It is — is it not — the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. But might it not as easily be called the Royal Society for the Prosecution of Cruelty to Animals Has one of Britain’s oldest and most-cherished charities become a branch office of the London legal profession, and a highly politicised one at that This week saw the conclusion of a legal case which the RSPCA brought against Oxfordshire’s Heythrop Hunt

Fox hunting: David Cameron"s local hunt admits hunting foxes with dogs

How the RSPCA targeted Cameron's local hunt: Judge blasts 'staggering' 330,000 cost of prosecution Heythrop Hunt Limited and two members admitted hunting fox on CotswoldsDavid Cameron and Rebekah Brooks' husband have ridden with the hunt Footage showed evidence of 'prolonged and deliberate unlawful hunting'Retired huntsman Barnfield accused RSPCA of playing politics | UPDATED: 07:56 GMT, 18 December 2012 David Cameron’s local hunt yesterday became the first to be convicted of illegally killing foxes. The Heythrop Hunt, which the Prime Minister has ridden with, was fined 4,000 after it admitted four offences under laws introduced in 2005