House of Fraser manager sues employer for 1MILLION after 'suffering crippling injuries picking up an earring'Safaa Pate, 31, has handed High Court writ to clothing brand CoastShe reached for earring and 'heard clicking noise and felt her back give way'Coast claim she should have used a stick to pick up the jewellery in 2009 By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 12:25 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:35 GMT, 25 April 2013 Incident: Safaa Pate, 31, outside London's High Court, where she is suing Coast for 1m claiming she suffered crippling back injuries at work whilst picking up a dropped earring A FASHION shop manager who says she suffered crippling back injuries while bending down to pick up an earring at work is claiming more than 1million in damages. Safaa Pate, 31, is suing her employers saying she was left in ‘unbearable pain’ after trying to retrieve the earring, which had fallen under a display unit. She has had to undergo a spinal fusion operation for her ‘irreparable’ back injuries and now has no feeling in her left leg and foot.
Caught on CCTV: Moment mother gave birth in street outside shopping centre helped by security guardsKim Leighton gave birth on the pavement outside the Eden shopping centreShe was hurrying to hospital after her waters broke The mother was helped by security staff who had spotted her on CCTVGives her baby daughter the middle name 'Eden' in honour of her birth place By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 12:19 GMT, 12 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:32 GMT, 12 February 2013 It's a moment when most expectant mothers want comfort and – most of all – privacy. But there was no chance of that for Kim Leighton who not only gave birth on a road outside a shopping centre – but she was caught on CCTV for the entire experience.
Thousands turn out for funeral of two young brothers killed in Christmas Day crash | UPDATED: 16:36 GMT, 29 December 2012 Boxer Amir Khan was among thousands of mourners at the funeral of two young brothers who died in a Christmas Day crash on the M6.
'Joy turned into tragedy in a split second': Emotional tributes to 'precious jewels' killed on their way to wedding in Christmas Day crashMohammed Arsalaan Habib, 4, and Adnan Habib, 10, died in the M6 crash Today their family said they were 'precious jewels' who brought joy Their aunt Bushra Tazarib, 32, was also killed in the same crashShe was described as a loving and 'vital and beloved' member of the family Boxer Amir Khan was at the wedding in Bolton the family were travelling toFamily of couple who died in separate Christmas Day crash also pay tribute Ann and Paul Goodrich were described as 'devoted and much loved' parents | UPDATED: 21:39 GMT, 27 December 2012 The boys killed in a crash on the M6 on Christmas Day were ‘precious jewels’, their family said yesterday. Adnan Habib, ten, and his four-year-old brother Arsalaan died when the car their mother Parveen was driving overturned on the motorway, apparently after hitting a branch. Their aunt Bushra Tazarib, 32, also died
Humbled Queen pays tribute to 'strength of fellowship' shown during Diamond Jubilee celebrations and praises 'splendid' Olympic Games in 60th Christmas Day message Her Majesty responds to outpouring of affection shown by the nation Praised crowds who were 'undaunted by rain' during Thames Pageant'The enthusiasm which greeted the Diamond Jubilee was, of course, especially memorable for me and my family'Hails athletes and volunteer Games Makers at Olympics and ParalympicsClips shown of torchbearers, including injured paratrooper Ben ParkinsonShe said the flame was carried 'by every kind of deserving individual' | UPDATED: 02:14 GMT, 26 December 2012 The Queen has used her Christmas broadcast to respond to the outpouring of affection and enthusiasm shown by the nation during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations. She described how she was left humbled by the huge crowds that turned out to mark her historic milestone.
A 1m fiasco by Ed, and the joke's on us! | UPDATED: 01:08 GMT, 24 December 2012 The waiting game: Miliband's long-awaited policy review to draw up a new manifesto is a laughing stock at Westminster Red Ed Miliband’s long-awaited policy review to draw up a new manifesto is a laughing stock at Westminster. Two years on and Miliband, who announced he was starting the process with a blank sheet of paper, has still not put anything on the page. And his procrastination is being funded by all of us