Christian retreat ordered to pay 43,000 to Sadia Raza for bullying

'Is that how they run hotels in Pakistan' Bullying Christian retreat manager to pay 43,000 to Asian former housekeeper Single mother Sadia Raza, 49, was bullied by manager Graham HollandHe said if he dropped a cheescake 'Sadia will lick it up off the floor'Tribunal rules the single mother, who earned 93 a week, was victimisedShe says Mr Holland's behaviour was 'hardly Christian-like' .

Teachers told to introduce porn into the classroom to explain it is "not bad at all"

Teachers should give lessons in pornography and tell pupils 'it's not all bad', experts say Recommendations suggest teachers confront 'myths' about pornGuidance could have significant influence in British schools By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 02:02 GMT, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:53 GMT, 26 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315030', 'title': 'Teachers should give lessons in pornography and tell pupils 'it's not all bad', experts say', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315030/Teachers-told-introduce-porn-classroom-explain-bad-all.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Teachers%20told%20to%20introduce%20porn%20into%20the%20classroom%20to%20explain%20it%20is%20'not%20bad%20at%20all'%20http://bit.ly/11GDblr%20via%[email protected]' }); Teachers have been encouraged to introduce pornography into the classroom, using sex education lessons to explain that porn is 'not all bad' and 'hugely diverse'. The recommendations, included in an educational guide, suggest that teachers confront 'myths' about porn and inform children as young as five about sexualisation. The guidance could have significant influence in British schools after the Government's decision to keep sex education lessons voluntary, leaving schools to devise their own ways of teaching the subject

Headteacher, 39, stabbed three times in the face and neck with a screwdriver outside her home

Headteacher, 39, stabbed 'three times' in the face and neck with a screwdriver outside her homeMan, 47, arrested at scene on suspicion of attempted murder Victim airlifted to hospital in serious condition Assailant was 'wrestled to the ground by a passing motorist'Police deny reports attack was sparked by 'neighbourly dispute' By Simon Tomlinson PUBLISHED: 09:24 GMT, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 10:04 GMT, 26 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315152', 'title': 'Headteacher, 39, stabbed ‘three times’ in the face and neck with a screwdriver outside her home', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315152/Headteacher-39-stabbed-times-face-neck-screwdriver-outside-home.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Headteacher,%2039,%20stabbed%20%C2%BFthree%20times%C2%BF%20in%20the%20face%20and%20neck%20with%20a%20screwdriver%20outside%20her%20home%20http://bit.ly/11HomPH%20via%[email protected]' }); A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a headteacher was stabbed in the face and neck with a screwdriver. The 39-year-old was attacked as she got out of her car outside her home in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, just after 5pm yesterday. Police were called to the scene in Shaw Road, Thornham, following reports that she had been stabbed three times.

Russian politician wanted for murder of Alexander Litvinenko marries student half his age "who didn"t know about the killing"

Russian politician wanted for murder of Alexander Litvinenko marries student half his age 'who didn't know about the killing' Andrei Lugovoy, 46, wed in a lavish ceremony to 23-year-old student Xenia Lugovoy is the chief suspect in the murder of Mr Litvinenko He said his bride had 'never heard' of the murdered agent By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 20:52 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:40 GMT, 26 April 2013 The Russian politician wanted for the murder of Alexander Litvinenko has married in a lavish ceremony to a young bride who had 'never heard' of the dead former KGB agent.

U-turn over NHS database opt-out: Victory for privacy campaign as hunt backs down

U-turn over NHS database opt-out: Victory for privacy campaign as hunt backs down By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 00:29 GMT, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:29 GMT, 26 April 2013 Patients are to be given the right to opt out of an NHS database logging details of drinking habits, waist sizes and family medical histories.

Audit firms" "cosy" links to the Treasury: Damning report attacks Government"s relationship with "Big Four" companies

Audit firms' 'cosy' links to the Treasury: Damning report attacks Government's relationship with 'Big Four' companiesCommittee says accountants have 'inside knowledge' of tax loopholes By Becky Barrow PUBLISHED: 00:44 GMT, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:46 GMT, 26 April 2013 Margaret Hodge said accountants knew about tax loopholes Britain's biggest accountancy firms have ‘an unhealthily cosy relationship with Government’, a damning report from MPs will warn today.

Mum and daughter diagnosed with breast cancer on the same day… then have surgery on the same day too!

Mum and daughter diagnosed with breast cancer on the same day… then have surgery on the same day too! Karen Williams and Diane Leach also had surgery on the same dayWere both diagnosed in February last year and are now recovering Having a mother who had breast cancer doubles a woman's risk By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 10:57 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:53 GMT, 26 April 2013 Karen Williams and her mother, Diane Leach, were both diagnosed with breast cancer on the same day When Karen Williams found a lump in her breast, she and her husband went to break the bad news to her mother. They were astounded when Diane Leach told them that she had found a lump in a breast, too

Police must not treat 17-year-olds like adults, High Court rules in blow to Home Secretary"s custody rules

Police must not treat 17-year-olds like adults, High Court rules in blow to Home Secretary's custody rules High Court rules that 17-year-olds must have the same protections as children in custodyTheresa May has opposed a change in the lawParents of children who committed suicide after run-ins with police By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 10:31 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:22 GMT, 25 April 2013 Police must not treat 17-year-olds as adults when taken into custody under a High Court ruling today.

House of Fraser manager sues employer for 1MILLION after "suffering crippling injuries picking up an earring"

House of Fraser manager sues employer for 1MILLION after 'suffering crippling injuries picking up an earring'Safaa Pate, 31, has handed High Court writ to clothing brand CoastShe reached for earring and 'heard clicking noise and felt her back give way'Coast claim she should have used a stick to pick up the jewellery in 2009 By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 12:25 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:35 GMT, 25 April 2013 Incident: Safaa Pate, 31, outside London's High Court, where she is suing Coast for 1m claiming she suffered crippling back injuries at work whilst picking up a dropped earring A FASHION shop manager who says she suffered crippling back injuries while bending down to pick up an earring at work is claiming more than 1million in damages. Safaa Pate, 31, is suing her employers saying she was left in ‘unbearable pain’ after trying to retrieve the earring, which had fallen under a display unit. She has had to undergo a spinal fusion operation for her ‘irreparable’ back injuries and now has no feeling in her left leg and foot.

Cable warns recovery is a marathon, not a sprint as Britain misses triple-dip recession by a whisker

Cable warns recovery is a marathon, not a sprint as Britain misses triple-dip recession by a whisker Overall figures better than expected easing pressure on George OsborneEconomy overall grew by 0.3% but construction slumps by 2.5% Deputy PM Nick Clegg warns: 'We're not out of the woods yet'Labour blames coalition for slowest recovery for 100 years Government borrowing remains stubbornly high at 120billionTory MPs accuse coalition of being 'timid' and 'complacent' about growth IMF urged Britain to rethink pace of cuts in face of sluggish recovery . The service industries including hotels and transport accounted for most of the growth in the economy, while construction suffered a 2.5 per cent slump Business Secretary Vince Cable said the 'road to recovery would be a marathon, not a sprint' while Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg insisted the economy was not out of the woods yet A recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of decline and Britain has suffered two since the financial crisis struck – the first in 2008-09 and the second in 2011-12.