Caleb Wallace: Four-year-old boy dies after falling 60 FEET from third floor window in a block of flats

First picture of four-year-old boy who died after 60ft fall from a third floor window in a block of flatsCaleb Wallace fell from a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow, yesterday Rushed to hospital but police said he died a short time after arrivingStrathclyde Police have launched an investigation into cause of the fall By Matt Blake PUBLISHED: 16:53 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 14:26 GMT, 9 March 2013 Four-year-old Caleb Wallace, who died after falling from the window of a block of flats in Pollokshields, Glasgow A four-year-old boy who died after falling from the top-floor window of a block of flats has been named as Caleb Wallace, police said. Caleb plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow, at about 10.20am yesterday

Four-year-old boy dies after falling 60 FEET from third floor window in a block of flats

Four-year-old boy dies after falling 60 FEET from third floor window in a block of flatsHe plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, GlasgowRushed to hospital but police said he died a short time after arrivingStrathclyde Police have launched an investigation into cause of the fall By Matt Blake PUBLISHED: 16:53 GMT, 8 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:50 GMT, 8 March 2013 A four-year-old boy has died after falling from the top-floor window of a block of flats, police said. The child plunged from the third floor of a building in Pollokshields, Glasgow, at about 10.20am

"Short skirts and high heels risk rape" warning lands male MP in sexism storm

'Short skirts and high heels risk rape' warning lands male MP in sexism storm By Amanda Perthen PUBLISHED: 23:54 GMT, 26 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:28 GMT, 27 January 2013 Richard Graham, MP for Gloucester, pictured, has sparked outrage for saying that women put themselves at risk of rape by dressing provocatively A Tory MP has come under fire for saying that women are putting themselves at risk of rape by wearing short skirts and high heels. Richard Graham’s comments sparked outrage among women’s groups, who insist that if a woman becomes a victim of rape it is not because of her dress style

The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest feline

Not the prettiest cat but the most affectionate: The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest felineThe pedigree pets have come out as the most affectionate and friendly in a survey of all types of catsThe most unfriendly were non-pedigree, crossbreed 'moggies' — also known as domestic short-haired cats — Britain's most common variety | UPDATED: 09:52 GMT, 3 December 2012 They might not be the prettiest of animals but when it comes to friendliness, the hairless Sphynx is the cat’s whiskers.

Text messages mark 20-year anniversary but have been overtaken by Twitter and instant messaging

SMS SOS! Text messages mark 20-year anniversary but have ALREADY been overtaken by Twitter and instant messaging Number of texts sent annually has fallen by one billion since last yearExperts say new ways of communicating – such as Tweeting and instant messaging – are taking over | UPDATED: 09:01 GMT, 3 December 2012 Addictive: Text messages took the world by storm in 1998, but less than two decades later it is in decline as new forms of messaging have become more popular A revolutionary form of communication is in decline – just 20 years after it changed the way that people interact with each other. Used by four billion people around the world, the SMS (Short Message Service) took the world by storm after its birth in December 1992.

Text messages in decline: Twitter and instant messaging become most popular ways to communicate via phone

SMS SOS! Text messages mark 20-year anniversary but have ALREADY been overtaken by Twitter and instant messaging Number of texts sent annually has fallen by one billion since last yearExperts say new ways of communicating – such as Tweeting and instant messaging – are taking over | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 2 December 2012 Addictive: Text messages took the world by storm in 1998, but less than two decades later it is in decline as new forms of messaging have become more popular A revolutionary form of communication is in decline – just 20 years after it changed the way that people interact with each other.

Not the prettiest cat but the most affectionate: The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest feline

Not the prettiest cat but the most affectionate: The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest felineThe pedigree pets have come out as the most affectionate and friendly in a survey of all types of catsThe most unfriendly were non-pedigree, crossbreed 'moggies' — also known as domestic short-haired cats — Britain's most common variety | UPDATED: 00:12 GMT, 3 December 2012 They might not be the prettiest of animals but when it comes to friendliness, the hairless Sphynx is the cat’s whiskers. A survey of different types of cat found the pedigree breed to be the most affectionate, whereas Britain’s most common variety – the non-pedigree shorthaired domestic moggy – is the most unfriendly.