Loving couple "put through hell" after social services mistook tiny "birthmark" on baby"s foot for a bruise

Couple put through three 'weeks of hell' by social services who thought mark on their newborn baby's foot was a bruiseParents Kelly Cook and Ian Hutchison feared losing baby AvaSeven-week-old had unexplained mark on her footHealth visitor noticed blemish and called social services By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:06 GMT, 3 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:41 GMT, 4 February 2013 A couple were banned from being alone with their baby and investigated by police when a mystery mark appeared on her foot. Kelly Cook, 31, and Ian Hutchison, 35, were accused of harming seven-week-old Ava by social workers

Lloyds TSB bans staff from selling bank accounts with monthly fees "after fears they were mis-sold"

Lloyds TSB bans staff from selling bank accounts with monthly fees 'after fears they were mis-sold to customers' | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 20 December 2012 Britain’s biggest bank Lloyds TSB is to stop providing lucrative paid-for current accounts following a crackdown by the City watchdog. Branch managers were told yesterday they would have to temporarily pull the plug on sales of packaged accounts which cost up to customers 300 a year. These deals are a rich source of profit for banks