'If your country is so good f*** off back there': Video shows foul-mouthed racist rant by woman on the Tube Police released images of the unidentified woman during the incidentA passenger filmed the three-minute incident and posted it on YouTube By Alex Ward PUBLISHED: 11:49 GMT, 22 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:05 GMT, 22 April 2013 A woman who launched a tirade of foul-mouthed racist abuse towards another passenger is being hunted by police. The unidentified woman swore repeatedly repeating ‘If your country is so good, f*** off back there’ at a man sitting next to her on an eastbound District line train. Another passenger filmed the three-minute rant and posted it on YouTube which prompted British Transport Police to launch an investigation into the shocking alleged incident
Fury as maternity ward allows pregnant woman to bring her dog to watch two-hour birthSt Michael's Hospital in Bristol said the dog had a 'calming presence'But a hospital source said staff are worried a precedent has been setThe hospital insists a thorough cleaning was carried out after the birthThe labrador – Barney – is a certified 'therapy dog' By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 02:48 GMT, 25 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:50 GMT, 25 January 2013 A hospital allowed a pregnant woman to take her pet dog into a maternity ward so it could watch her give birth. Managers justified the extraordinary action by saying that the dog – who is called Barney and is believed to be a Labrador – had a ‘calming presence’.
Air-born! Helicopter crew deliver baby at 1,000ft after mother can't get to hospital in time from remote home on Britain's most northerly isle Woman airlifted from Unst and going to nearest maternity ward in Shetland But coastguard air crew delivered baby at 06:30, 10 minutes before landing Mother is doing well along with baby, delivered by a winchman paramedic By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 16:05 GMT, 11 December 2012 | UPDATED: 19:29 GMT, 11 December 2012 A helicopter crew today delivered a baby at 1,000ft after the mother-to-be did not make it to hospital in time from her remote home on Britain's most northerly isle. The woman was airlifted from Unst, Scotland, and was on her way to the nearest maternity ward in Shetland when the coastguard air crew realised they would have to play midwives themselves