Daughter is given a kidney by both her parents: Critically-ill model to receive organ from her mother… 10 years after receiving transplant from her…

Daughter is given a kidney by both her parents: Critically-ill model to receive organ from her mother… 10 years after receiving transplant from her father Deborah Maddison has had kidney problems since she was 16Underwent first kidney transplant in 2003 when father donated 26-year-old also suffers from osteoporosis and heart problems She has pursued a successful modelling career despite her poor health By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:46 GMT, 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:06 GMT, 14 February 2013 A decade ago, Deborah Maddison’s father gave her his kidney, saving her when she had hours left to live

Thousands of Bulgarians and Romanians plan to flood UK in 2014 as employment restrictions relax

Thousands of Bulgarians and Romanians 'plan to flood UK in 2014' as employment restrictions relax By Nick Craven and George Arbuthnott PUBLISHED: 01:25 GMT, 27 January 2013 | UPDATED: 04:09 GMT, 27 January 2013 Hordes of Romanians and Bulgarians are already preparing to head for Britain in search of work, according to a Mail on Sunday investigation. Employment restrictions will be relaxed on December 31, and the UK will throw open its Jobcentres and benefit offices to what pressure group Migration Watch predicts could be as many as 70,000 people a year for the next five years. The Government refuses to reveal its own estimates and the authorities in Romania and Bulgaria are sceptical of Migration Watch figures, but have not compiled their own

Around 140 retail chains "could fail in 2013"

UK High Streets set for nightmare 2013: 140 retail chains 'could fail next year' as consumers look to online bargains | UPDATED: 09:15 GMT, 24 December 2012 Consumer cutbacks and the increasing popularity of online retailers mean around 140 retailers could soon join Comet in collapsing into administration, according to research by business recovery experts. A number of national or regional retail chains could fail in 2013, says Begbies Traynor, which warns that those on its critical watch list are unlikely to see the year out. Its research measures corporate distress levels among businesses across the UK

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.

Want your husband to lose a few pounds? The solution is to nag him about it

Want your husband to lose a few pounds The solution is to nag him about it | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 14 December 2012 When it comes to the challenge of losing weight, there’s nothing like having the backing and support of a loving partner. But it turns out the best way for a wife to persuade her husband to shed a few pounds may be to nag him about it as well. Research shows some men are much more likely to lose weight if their other halves criticise, confront and reject them, rather than offer sugar-coated encouragement.

High blood pressure, smoking and alcohol are the biggest global killers

High blood pressure is the biggest global killer…but obesity isn't far behind, warn leading scientists Smoking and alcohol came second and third, says study which looked at 43 risk factors over 20 yearsToo much salt and not enough fruit partly to blame High body mass index was the biggest ‘climber’, moving from tenth place to sixth | UPDATED: 17:56 GMT, 13 December 2012 High blood pressure killed more than nine million people worldwide in 2010, making it the greatest overall health risk. Smoking and alcohol came second and third, according to the study which looked at the trends of 43 risks between 1990 and 2010

Morrissey: Anti-monarchist blames Duchess of Cambridge for death of hoax call nurse Jacintha Saldanha

'I'm sure the royals put maximum pressure on this woman': Anti-monarchist Morrissey blames KATE for death of hoax call nurse Manchester-born singer Morrissey's hatred of royal family is well knownTold TV station 'dictatorship' family has 'absolutely staggering’ arroganceClaims Kate has said nothing about death of Jacintha Saldanha in London But Clarence House issued statement on the Duchess's behalf last Friday | UPDATED: 20:11 GMT, 12 December 2012 Morrissey last night sensationally claimed the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge did not care about the death of her hospital nurse found dead after being tricked by two DJs in the hoax call scandal. The 53-year-old singer, whose hatred of the British monarchy is well known, claimed Kate ‘feels no shame about the death of this poor woman’ after Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead last Friday. Morrissey blasted the ‘dictatorship’ royal family for its ‘absolutely staggering’ arrogance and claimed he was ‘sure’ that Clarence House had ‘put maximum pressure on this poor receptionist and nurse’

Four in 10 parents say their children have been exposed to internet porn

Four in 10 parents say their children have been exposed to internet porn Shocking figures exposed in Department for Education consultationAlmost a third of parents say their sons or daughters have received sexually explicit emails or textsMore than 50 per cent of parents questioned in favour of stricter controls | UPDATED: 22:46 GMT, 7 December 2012 Shocking figures: Four out of ten parents say their children have been exposed to internet porn More than four in ten parents say that their children have been exposed to internet porn, an official survey reveals. Almost a third say their sons or daughters have received sexually explicit emails or texts and a quarter say they have been bullied online or on their phones. Many others have been exposed to websites promoting anorexia, self-harm and even suicide

FA blows whistle on football trophies for children in bid to combat pushy parents

FA blows whistle on football trophies for children in bid to combat pushy parentsThe rule, which is already in force for under-7 and under-8s, will be introduced for the under 9 age group next week | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 8 December 2012 For years youngsters have joined football clubs in the hope of not only winning their local league – but also collecting an end of season trophy.