Family of schoolboy, 9, who was found hanged at home claim he was hounded to his death by Asian bullies for being white

Family of schoolboy, 9, who was found hanged at home claim he was hounded to his death by Asian bullies for being whiteAaron Dugmore, nine, found hanged at Birmingham home by his motherBelieved to be Britain’s second youngest 'suicide' caused by bullyingThe schoolboy was rushed to hospital but died of suspected cardiac arrestFamily claim Aaron was being tormented by bullies at his new schoolPolice are investigating the circumstances surrounding Aaron's death By Suzannah Hills and Steve Nolan PUBLISHED: 16:54 GMT, 24 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:46 GMT, 24 February 2013 Tragic: The devastated mother of nine-year-old Aaron Dugmore uploaded the last photo she ever took of her son to Facebook after she sound him hanged at their Birmingham home The parents of a nine-year-old boy who was found hanged in his bedroom have claimed that their son killed himself because of racist taunts from Asian bullies. Aaron Dugmore died in hospital 24 hours after his mother Kelly-Marie found him hanged at their Birmingham home earlier this month. And Miss Dugmore, 30, and husband Paul Jones, 43, spoke out today about the bullies who allegedly taunted him for 'being white'.

New "alcohol busting" drug that sobers you up in seconds being developed

I'll drink to that! New 'alcohol busting' drug that sobers you up in seconds being developed by MIT scientists By Helen Pow PUBLISHED: 23:26 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 10:40 GMT, 18 February 2013 Party animals could soon be able to sober up in an instant just by popping a pill. Researchers have developed a cocktail of alcohol metabolizing enzymes that speedily reduces blood alcohol levels in drunk mice. The treatment, which has been compared to having 'millions of liver cells inside your stomach,' could have far-reaching implications for drinkers.

BREAKING NEWS: Man in his 20s stabbed by gang of masked youths in court entrance in front of security guards

Man in his 20s stabbed in court by masked gang when he got stuck in revolving door as he tried to flee armed youths He is thought to be the friend of a defendant who was leaving courtStabbing believed to be a revenge attack by a Brixton gang By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 14:17 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:07 GMT, 1 February 2013 A man in his 20s was stabbed at court today by a gang of masked youths in a suspected revenge attack. The victim saw the gang jump out of a car as he was leaving Inner London Crown Court and tried to run back inside but got stuck in the revolving door. They knifed him in the stomach in front of security and then fled, while police and the London Ambulance Service treated the boy on the floor of the security hall

How to turn a pony into a show- jumper… combine the Shetlands two favourite exports

How to turn a pony into a show-JUMPER. . . miniature horses combine Shetlands' favourite exportsThe Shetland pony and the Fair Isle jumper are beloved across the worldNow the two have been combined to promote the Year of Natural Scotland By Victoria Allen PUBLISHED: 00:55 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:04 GMT, 22 January 2013 They are the two things Shetland is most famous for – so it’s perhaps surprising no one had the idea before

Queen Mary 2: Passengers sick with "norovirus" on Caribbean cruise

More than 200 passengers on Queen Mary 2 fall sick with vomiting and diarrhea on exclusive Christmas Cruise – as those on SECOND liner become ill with 'norovirus'As many as 190 passengers and 31 crew members have become ill with unknown illness on cruise shipSymptoms – which include vomiting and diarrhea – are consistent with norovirus, a highly contagious disease spread through contaminated food and waterTicket for similar Caribbean cruise costs upwards of $4,7000 | UPDATED: 17:03 GMT, 29 December 2012 Hundreds of passengers hoping to enjoy a pampered Christmas cruise on the imposing Queen Mary 2 are instead below deck with an unknown illness that causes vomiting and diarrhea. Earlier this week, 189 passengers and 31 crew members had come down with symptoms, which are consistent with the norovirus, a highly-contagious virus that is easily passed from person to person through contaminated food or water.

Man dies after eating 28 raw eggs for bet

Man, 20, dies after eating 28 raw eggs in a row for a betYoung Tunisian man bet friend he could eat 30 raw eggsThe 20-year-old managed 28 eggs before he collapsed | UPDATED: 19:56 GMT, 27 December 2012 A Tunisian man died after eating 28 raw eggs in one go for a bet. Dhaou Fatnassi, 20, allegedly wagered a friend he could eat 30 raw eggs in a row, for which he would receive an undisclosed sum. Mr Fatnassi, from Kairouan in north-east Tunisia, managed 28 eggs before he collapsed with severe stomach pains

Inventor warns "Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills"

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns 'Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills' | UPDATED: 11:08 GMT, 26 December 2012 One of Britain's leading inventors has warned that a 'Google generation' who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming 'brain-dead'. Trevor Baylis, who invented the wind-up radio, said children are losing creativity and practical skills because they spend too much time in front of screens.

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns "Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and…

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns 'Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills' | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 25 December 2012 One of Britain's leading inventors has warned that a 'Google generation' who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming 'brain-dead'.

Patients at high risk of cancer could be told to take aspirin: Taking tablet regularly "can cut risk of developing disease by a third"

Patients at high risk of cancer could be told to take aspirin: Taking tablet regularly 'can cut risk of developing disease by a third' | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 12 December 2012 Professor Sir Mike Richards said that the odds of survival for lung cancer have'barely been improving' over the last five years Patients at high risk of developing cancer could be prescribed regular doses of aspirin under plans to tackle the rising number of cases. There is widespread evidence that taking the painkiller on a daily basis can cut the chances of developing the illness by up to a third