Boy, 10, seriously hurt after he is hit by ambulance answering 999 call

Boy, 10, seriously hurt after he is hit by ambulance answering 999 call Hit by South Western Ambulance Service vehicle on London Road, BathSuffered 'significant' head injuries and taken to Royal United HospitalAmbulance bosses on their way Bath and have offered to meet family By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:02 GMT, 7 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:05 GMT, 7 March 2013 A boy has been seriously injured after being hit by an ambulance as it answered a 999 call.

Assad"s highest ranking military police officer defects Syrian regime and flees to Turkey

Assad's highest ranking military police officer defects Syrian regime and flees to TurkeyGen. Abdul-Aziz Jassem al-Shallal said army has become a 'gang for killing'The defection comes as military pressure builds on the regime from rebel assault He appeared in a video on Al Arabiya TV saying he is joining 'the people’s revolution' | UPDATED: 19:37 GMT, 26 December 2012 The man who heads Syria’s military police has joined the uprising against President Bashar Assad’s regime, Maj.

Tesco spends 28MILLION on private jets flying executives around the world

Tesco spends 28MILLION on private jets flying executives around the world Retail giant's spending on private jets for senior staff reached new high last year Firm has spent nearly 29 million on private plane journeys since 2005Spiralling costs revealed after Tesco issues first profits warning for 20 years | UPDATED: 11:12 GMT, 24 December 2012 With its famous motto of 'Every little helps' Tesco has made its fortune by meeting the needs of cost-conscious shoppers. But the supermarket giant appears to have been less thrifty with its use of private jets for senior executives – spending 8.9 million flying them around the globe last year alone. Since 2005 the firm has spent nearly 29 million on flying executives to different parts of the world, according to information filed at Companies House.

"Meltdown" at BBC after decision to drop Newsnight film as highly-paid management struggled to get a grip on crisis

'Meltdown' at BBC after decision to drop Newsnight film as highly-paid management struggled to get a grip on crisisReport says 'chaos and confusion' reigned as the crisis grewBBC's chain of command blasted by Pollard'No one took responsibility' finds report | UPDATED: 00:38 GMT, 20 December 2012 'Chaos and confusion': The report states that no senior management were able to show decisive leadership as the media storm raged on ‘Chaos and confusion’ gripped the BBC as it struggled to cope with the outcry over its abandoned Newsnight report into Jimmy Savile, a report found yesterday.

BBC chiefs to face harsh criticism from Savile inquiry as report over their conduct is published

BBC chiefs to face harsh criticism from Savile inquiry as report over their conduct is published | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 19 December 2012 BBC executives will face stinging criticism today over their handling of the Jimmy Savile scandal. A string of bosses knew that Newsnight had uncovered damning evidence suggesting the late entertainer had systematically targeted young girls for sex.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Shadow of fear over publics right to know

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Shadow of fear over public’s right to know | UPDATED: 23:27 GMT, 17 December 2012 'Plebgate': An officer has been arrested for allegedly leaking details of Mitchell's outburst to the Press In a chilling foretaste of a clampdown on the public’s right to know, a diplomatic protection officer is arrested on suspicion of leaking details of Andrew Mitchell’s ‘plebgate’ row to the Press. This paper takes no sides in the dispute over what the former Tory Chief Whip said to police when they refused to open the main gates of Downing Street to allow him to ride through on his bicycle. All we know is that the incident, in which Mr Mitchell belatedly admitted swearing at officers (though he denies calling them ‘plebs’), was deemed serious enough to cost him his Government job

Now hospital which treated Kate Middleton DENIES hoax call radio station contacted managers or press officers

Now hospital which treated Kate DENIES hoax call radio station contacted managers or press officers (despite bosses saying they’d phoned them five times) Chief executive officer of Austereo said team attempted to liaise with King Edward VII hospital before it was played on radio but could not get throughRhys Holleran believes staff carried out appropriate level of dutyBut hospital said no one has contacted its management or press officeA spokesman said the presenter were 'kids out of their depth' but the station management had responsibility Company suspends advertising from 2Day FM and orders review Hoax phone call where presenters pretended to be the Queen led to nurse revealing Kate's medical conditions while in hospital for morning sicknessNurse Jacintha Saldanha who put through the call committed suicide DJs Christian and Greig are in 'emotional state' following death of nurse | UPDATED: 13:25 GMT, 10 December 2012 The King Edward VII Hospital today said the radio station that broadcast the hoax call did not contact senior management or its press office in advance – despite its claims it called five times.

Theresa May under fire over spy tipped to be top mandarin – and his love for her glamorous aide

Theresa May under fire over spy tipped to be top mandarin – and his love for her glamorous aideThe expected promotion of Charles Farr has sparked a heated debate He is said to have impressed Mrs May with handling of security mattersMr Farr is in a relationship with Mrs May's special adviser Fiona Cunningham | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 1 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May was challenged by Labour last night after it emerged that a former MI6 spy in a relationship with her senior Tory adviser is tipped to be appointed top Home Office mandarin.