Two Crown Prosecution Service staff face fraud charges over alleged false claims for witness taxis worth 1MILLIONFinance manager Lisa Burrows, 41, and unnamed colleague face charges Allegedly claimed for witness taxi services that were never suppliedBoth employed by CPS West Midlands By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 01:34 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:52 GMT, 28 February 2013 Two Crown Prosecution Service staff face criminal fraud charges over an alleged 1million fraud involving bogus taxis for witnesses. Finance manager Lisa Burrows, 41, and another unnamed worker, face conspiracy to commit fraud charges over allegations concerning false claims for witness taxi services that were never supplied.
Man mistaken for escaped mentally-ill patient is held by police and given cocktail of anti-psychotic drugs before hospital realises its mistakeMan was picked up by police who mistook him for the escaped patientDetained in hospital where he was given powerful drugs which made him illAuthorities have now opened investigations into the incident | UPDATED: 19:34 GMT, 26 December 2012 A man fell ill after being given anti-psychotic drugs when he was mistaken for a patient who had escaped from mental health hospital. The man was picked up by police and detained at Graylands Hospital, in Perth, Australia, after a patient escaped in mid-December. Authorities did not realise they had the wrong man until after they gave him the powerful drugs, leading to him needing hospital treatment.
Falkland Islanders have historic opportunity to 'seize' their own destiny, Cameron says PM uses Christmas message to urge islanders to use referendum in March to decide their own futurePoll will decide whether or not to remain UK territoryDavid Cameron also accuses Argentina of misrepresenting history | UPDATED: 16:43 GMT, 21 December 2012 David Cameron, pictured today on a visit to Muscat, issued a rallying cry to the people of the Falklands David Cameron today urged the people of the Falklands to see off the threat posed by Argentina and secure their own future.
Hoaxed nurse 'died of shame': As the backlash against phone prank DJs grows, victim's brother says she would have been devastatedJacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead on Friday morning in nurses’ accommodation Her brother Naveen described her as a 'proper and righteous person' Husband, Ben Barboza, 49, said: ‘I am devastated with the tragic loss of my beloved wife Jacintha in tragic circumstances’ 14-year-old daughter Lisha posted 'I love you' on Facebook Friends said Mrs Saldanha ‘took it very badly' when prank was broadcast DJs Greig and Christian are expected to be interviewed by Scotland Yard | UPDATED: 08:14 GMT, 10 December 2012 The family of the tragic nurse in the royal hospital hoax believe she died of shame. Jacintha Saldanha’s brother Naveen told the Daily Mail that his devoutly Catholic sister was a ‘proper and righteous person’. She would have been ‘devastated’ at unwittingly assisting a colleague in breaching medical confidentiality over the condition of the Duchess of Cambridge