Haslingden schoolgirl Jade Stringer, 14, found hanged after becoming upset when father confiscated her phone

Schoolgirl, 14, found hanged after father confiscated her phone Jade Stringer, of Bury, was unhappy at being told to hand over the phoneIt was despite fears schoolgirl might get abusive text messages from a boyFather later offered to give her the phone if he could check her messagesShe refused to hand over charger and was found hanged 30 minutes later , her mother added. However, last summer she accused a boy of assaulting her, and her mobile phone was seized by police in an attempt to stop him contacting her

Taylor James in Shoreditch saved from flooding by Good Samaritans who noticed torrent and called for help

Caught on CCTV: Moment business was saved from flooding by Good Samaritans who noticed torrent and called for helpPasserby spotted water pouring through the roof of design firm Taylor James in Shoreditch, east LondonStaff working on 2nd floor of the building completely unaware of flooding The kind Samaritan alerted the company director over the phone | UPDATED: 20:20 GMT, 6 December 2012 A business was saved after a pedestrian passing the building rang the boss to say: 'Hello, it is raining – in your office.' The kind Samaritan stopped and stared in horror through the window of design firm Taylor James as torrents of water gushed from the ceiling, soaking the ground floor. The drama was captured on CCTV footage on cameras both inside and outside the premises in Shoreditch, east London.

Ashraf Rossli: We feel cheated by British justice, say parents of "Bad Samaritan" riot victim

We feel cheated by British justice, say parents of 'Bad Samaritan' riot victim Ashraf Rossli, 21, was robbed by two men as he lay on the ground with a shattered jaw during last summer's London riotsReece Donovan and John Kafunda were charged but their convictions overturned on ThursdayThe Judge said the conviction was unsafe as it was based on evidence from two anonymous witnesses | UPDATED: 23:19 GMT, 1 December 2012 The parents of a Malaysian student robbed by thugs posing as Good Samaritans have described how they feel cheated by British justice after the men convicted of the attack were acquitted by an Appeal Court judge. Ashraf Rossli, 21, was robbed by two men who tried to ‘help’ him to his feet as he lay on the ground having had his jaw shattered by a thug during last summer’s London riots. The robbery, filmed on a mobile phone and uploaded on to YouTube, caused outrage

Pair jailed for robbing Malaysian student by posing as Good Samaritans during London Riots are freed as convictions are quashed

Pair jailed for robbing Malaysian student by posing as Good Samaritans during London Riots are freed as convictions are quashedMillions of people watched in horror the CCTV footage of 21-year-old Ashraf Rossli being robbed John Kassongs Kafunda, 23, and Reece Donovan, 25 were jailed for robbing him, but saw their convictions overturned todayMr Rossli had only moments earlier had his jaw shattered by another rioter as he cycled in Barking, east London, in August 2011 | UPDATED: 19:11 GMT, 29 November 2012 Two men who were locked up after they were found guilty of involvement in one of the defining moments of the London riots today had their convictions quashed. Millions of people around the world watched in horror CCTV footage of 21-year-old Ashraf Rossli being robbed by men purporting to be Good Samaritans. Mr Rossli, a Malaysian accountancy student, had only moments earlier had his jaw shattered by another rioter as he cycled in Barking, east London, in August 2011.