Three men arrested on suspicion of murder after man, 22, crushed to death by a train 'after argument at station' Ryan Harrison, 22, was crushed between the platform and a trainHe was allegedly involved in a fight and pushed onto the tracksThe indent occurred on Saturday at Guildford station in Surrey British Transport Police is treating the death as suspicious By Francesca Infant And Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 00:57 GMT, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:44 GMT, 1 April 2013 A young man died when he became sandwiched between a railway platform and a departing train moments after a fight at a station.
Man crushed to death by a train after station fight Ryan Harrison, 22, was crushed between the platform and a trainHe had been involved at a fight and was pushed onto the tracksThe indent occurred on Saturday at Guildford station, Surrey British Transport Police is treating the death as suspicious although reports he had been stabbed are unfounded By Francesca Infant And Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 00:57 GMT, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:19 GMT, 1 April 2013 A young man died when he became sandwiched between a railway platform and a departing train moments after a fight at a station. It is understood that following a row with a group of men, the 22-year-old either fell or was pushed down the side of the platform next to a stationary train. Ryan Harrison was killed minutes later when the train moved away, trapping him between it and the platform edge.
The wealth gap on your doorstep: Study reveals Britain's most economically divided neighbourhoods where rich and poor live 'cheek by jowl'Study based on income, savings, investments and property valuesNeighbouring streets in St Albans had the biggest wealth disparity By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:11 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:11 GMT, 24 March 2013 Britain's most economically divided neighbourhoods have been revealed in a wide-ranging survey of the country's wealth gap. A study by data company CACI found streets where wealthy families in 1m homes live 'cheek by jowl' with some of the most deprived households in the country.
The train now standing… is a model: Enthusiasts queue to indulge their love of the railways (in small scale) Model railway clubs from all over the UK and Europe gathered in Glasgow for the Model Rail Scotland exhibitionEvent runs until Sunday but if you can't make it along have a look at our gallery from the Scottish Exhibition Centre By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:11 GMT, 22 February 2013 Huddled over his pride and joy, his is the face of the perfectionist. Using the steadiest of hands, Dave Patterson applies the deft finishing touch to his model carriage. His addition may not have been noticeable to the crowds who descended upon the Model Rail Scotland exhibition yesterday
'They sent her home and she lay in my arms dying': Husband's anger at hospital and pub after his wife dies from suspected Christmas Day food poisoningDella Callagher, 46, fell ill hours after Christmas dinnerShe had eaten the meal at the Railway Hotel in Hornchurch, EssexHer furious husband said hospital sent her home despite poor conditionHe is now planning legal action against both the hospital and the pubHealth Protection Authority said 30 diners fell ill after dinner at venueHotel spokesman said it's 'wrong to speculate' until after investigation . One person has sadly died after being admitted to hospital. ‘Laboratory testing has confirmed the presence of Clostridium perfringens bacteria in a number of samples submitted by those experiencing symptoms, including the patient who died.’ The HPA and environment health officers from the London Borough of Havering, which covers Hornchurch, are jointly investigating whether there are any links between the outbreak and the food served at the Railway Hotel.
The Great Train of China: Longest high-speed rail line in the world is launched – and it runs for a bottom-aching 1,400 milesThe high speed rail line links Beijing and economic hub GuangzhouThe first trains set off from the Chinese capital this morning Journey times will be cut from more than 20 hours to just eight hours PUBLISHED: 17:54 GMT, 26 December 2012 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 27 December 2012 The first trains have taken to the track on the world's longest high-speed rail line which stretches a staggering 1,400 miles across China. The line, which runs roughly the equivalent distance of a journey between London and Gibraltar, will halve the travelling time from the country's capital Beijing to Guangzhou, an economic hub in the south
Romanian gang who caused travel chaos after stealing FOUR MILES of railway cable worth 500,000 are jailed for 23 years The men, aged between 19 and 36, plundered rural railway tracks Then they sold the metal for scrap replaced it with cheap shop bought wire | UPDATED: 18:40 GMT, 19 December 2012 Eight Romanian men who stole cable from remote rural railway lines and replaced it with cheap shop bought wire are today beginning combined prison sentences of 23 years. The men, aged between 19 and 36, plundered rural stretches of the railway line between Evesham, Worcestershire, and Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, causing chaos for commuters.
How Waugh declared war on Christmas | UPDATED: 09:38 GMT, 18 December 2012 Not in the spirit: Evelyn Waugh was not a christmassy being As Christmas approaches, with its relentless and dispiriting pressure to have fun, it might be well to remind ourselves of those few brave souls who have refused to toe the line. Evelyn Waugh (pictured) was the least Christmassy of beings
How Waugh declared war on Christmas | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 17 December 2012 Not in the spirit: Evelyn Waugh was not a christmassy being As Christmas approaches, with its relentless and dispiriting pressure to have fun, it might be well to remind ourselves of those few brave souls who have refused to toe the line. Evelyn Waugh (pictured) was the least Christmassy of beings. ‘A poor Christmas Day . . .’ he wrote in his diary on December 25, 1919.
I no longer recognise the Britain I grew up in | UPDATED: 22:48 GMT, 14 December 2012 When I come out of the railway station at Stoke-on-Trent, as I have done countless times since my childhood, I make my way to the taxi rank and ask for Barlaston, a small village five miles away, where my parents began their married life. The taxi-driver invariably registers a total blank. ‘I am going to the Wedgwood factory.’ Blank