Dr Darryl Peel: Father-of-three who suffered horrific burns after using petrol to start bonfire in his garden dies

Father-of-three who suffered horrific burns after using petrol to start a bonfire in his garden dies from his injuriesDr Darryl Peel, 51, died after accident which left him with 80 per cent burnsGP ignited petrol fumes whilst preparing a bonfire at his Suffolk home By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:02 GMT, 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 21:04 GMT, 27 February 2013 Fatal accident: Dr Darryl Peel died three weeks after the accident which left him with severe burns A man has died after suffering horrific burns as he was caught in a fireball lighting a bonfire in his garden. Dr Darryl Peel, 51, was preparing the pile of wood in his Suffolk home when a spark is believed to have set the petrol can ablaze.

Congestion Charge exemption: End of the road for "green" discount with hybrids and low emission cars to be charged

Hybrids and low emission cars to lose exemption from London congestion charge – because they are causing too much pollutionSoaring sales of Congestion Charge exempt eco-cars making air quality worse Diesels emit 22 times more soot particles than petrol cars By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:19 GMT, 28 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:02 GMT, 29 January 2013 So-called eco-friendly cars are facing a crackdown in London after a scheme to encourage motorists to switch to ‘greener’ alternatives has started to make air more toxic. Transport for London is to remove the Congestion Charge exemption for diesels and some Hybrids because soaring sales has increased pollution and traffic

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

Police officers injured in Northern Ireland as Loyalists riot over right to fly the Union Flag

Police officers injured in Northern Ireland as loyalists protests reignite over ban on flying the Union Flag over Belfast City Hall Crowd of up to 300 people hurled fireworks, bricks and petrol bombs PUBLISHED: 02:35 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:36 GMT, 5 January 2013 Several police officers were injured in Northern Ireland last night as loyalist protests reignited over the ban on flying the Union Flag over Belfast City Hall. A crowd of up to 300 people hurled fireworks, bricks and petrol bombs during a sustained attack on officers in east Belfast

Petrol prices: Revealed: Real cost of petrol now is as high as in the wake of the Suez Crisis when supplies were rationed

Revealed: Real cost of petrol is now as high as in wake of Suez Crisis when supplies were rationedHouse of Commons says prices now are equivalent to the fall-out of the 1957 fuel shortages triggered by stand-off with Egypt Tory MP Robert Halfon calls for crackdown on 'oil cartels'Ministers to publish a study in January into demise of petrol stations after 285 close in two years | UPDATED: 12:30 GMT, 24 December 2012 Petrol prices in 2012 are 'broadly equivalent' to those during the Suez crisis, House of Commons researchers said Petrol prices are now as high as in the wake of the Suez crisis when petrol was rationed, shocking new research suggests. In the last 100 years, the cost of filling up a car has only been higher in the wake of the First World War when the petrol pump was still a novelty on the high street

How Britain"s high sales tax "holds back economic recovery"

How Britain's high sales tax 'holds back economic recovery'British shoppers face one of the highest levels of sales tax in the worldAverage sales tax is 15.97%, higher than European average of 15.5%Among Western nations, only Netherlands had higher sales tax at 18.18% | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 11 December 2012 Shoppers in Britain face one of the highest levels of sales tax and duty in the world, a study has revealed.

Millionaire"s ex-wife Shelia Quadrini tied up by burglars phonen 999 using her TONGUE

Millionaire’s ex-wife tied up in her home by burglars managed to phone 999 by using her TONGUE Shelia Quadrini, 69, was doused in petrol and left tied up for over an hourManaged to escape by calling the police by dialling the numbers with tongueHer ex-husband Michael, also 69, opened the Tuxedo Princess, the famous floating nightclub on the Tyne, in the 1980s | UPDATED: 10:23 GMT, 10 December 2012 Tied up with rope and doused in petrol during a raid on her home, Sheila Quadrini was terrified and in no position to summon help. The 69-year-old, whose ex-husband owned a 15million nightclub business, had returned home to be ambushed by a gang of burglars who made off with her cash and jewellery. But although they bound her wrists, she managed to improvise…and dialled 999 on her phone by pressing the numbers with her tongue

Millionaire"s ex-wife tied up in her home as raiders flee with cash and jewellery

Millionaire’s ex-wife tied up in her home as raiders flee with cash and jewellery Shelia Quadrini, 69, was doused in petrol and left tied up for over an hourManaged to escape by dialing 999 with her tongueHer ex-husband Michael, also 69, opened the Tuxedo Princess, the famous floating nightclub on the Tyne, in the 1980s | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 8 December 2012 The ex-wife of nightclub tycoon Michael Quadrini was tied up in her home in Gosforth, Newcastle on Thursday night while raiders plundered cash and jewellery before fleeing. Sheila Quadrini, 69, was left bruised and shocked but was not seriously injured. Her ex-husband Michael, also 69, made a name for himself on the Tyneside club scene in the 1980s when he opened the Tuxedo Princess, the famous floating nightclub on the Tyne.

British family facing deportation from New Zealand because the father has a brain tumour

British family facing deportation from New Zealand because the father has a brain tumourPaul and Sarah Crystal have lived in New Zealand for seven years with their three children, setting up and running two successful businessesBut their application for residence was rejected because Mr Crystal's tumour means he can no longer work | UPDATED: 00:49 GMT, 1 December 2012 A British family are facing deportation from New Zealand because the father has a brain tumour, it has emerged. Paul and Sarah Crystal have lived in New Zealand for seven years with their three children, setting up and running two successful businesses