Pictured on her first day at work: WPC who tripped on 999 call is now suing her own force for a prang in her Panda car WPC Kelly Jones police car skidded off the road as it pursued another vehicle and she is now suing her police forcePanda car ended up on its side and was written off following the accidentShe faced an extraordinary backlash after it emerged she was suing a petrol station owner who called 999Divorced mother-of-two has been off work on full basic pay while she recovers from that accident and tripping on a kerb . No other vehicles were involved but the panda car ended up on its side and had to be written off after the pre-dawn crash in the south of the county. Proud: WPC Jones with her father Danny Harle on her first day as a police officer The spokeswoman could not divulge the extent of WPC Jones’s injuries, how many weeks she was off work after the accident or how much compensation she was claiming.
The not-so-Supernanny: Mothers blast star's 'dangerous' advice on moving toddlers from a cot to a bed Jo Frost said children should stay in a cot until they outgrow it in new book Mothers on Netmums website say toddlers could fall and hurt themselves'This is one time when you need to ignore Jo Frost,' one user posted By Laura Cox PUBLISHED: 00:50 GMT, 30 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:01 GMT, 30 March 2013 No-nonsense approach: Jo Frost has been criticised for her views on when a child should be moved from a cot to a bed She can rein in the unruliest of toddlers, tame ugly tantrums, and – seemingly without effort – has calmed many a nightmarish household overrun by naughty children. But, as Supernanny Jo Frost has discovered, woe betide anyone who comes between mothers’ groups and their views on certain parenting milestones
An insult to stay at home mothers: Backlash grows over Budget plan to penalise mothers who don't workCritics described plan as a 'slap in the face' for stay at home mothersA Government briefing was inadvertently published yesterdayThe document, designed to help press officers rebuff criticism, was removed By Jason Groves and Becky Barrow PUBLISHED: 23:12 GMT, 19 March 2013 | UPDATED: 08:57 GMT, 20 March 2013 Mothers who stay at home to look after their children do not need as much financial help as those who work, according to the Treasury.
British citizens could be forced to carry ID cards to access free NHS care as part of crackdown on health tourism Care may be restricted to those who have lived in UK more than a yearMPs say scheme only works if those entitled to free care can prove it digg] By Daniel Martin PUBLISHED: 20:51 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:48 GMT, 4 March 2013 Proposals for an NHS card have been sent to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt Britons could have to carry an ‘entitlement card’ to access free NHS care as part of a crackdown on health tourists, it emerged yesterday.
Fancy some spaghetti bolog-neighs Online jokers make fun of Findus horse scandal with hilarious images By Hugo Gye PUBLISHED: 12:43 GMT, 8 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:42 GMT, 8 February 2013 The revelation that Findus beef lasagne contained up to 100 per cent horsemeat has sparked safety fears among thousands of consumers who have been inadvertently eating contaminated products. But for some web users, the scandal has been the perfect opportunity to flex their comedic muscles in a serious of hilarious visual gags. The pictures show how Findus products should look if the packaging was totally honest, and speculate on other uses for a horse lasagne
Prosecutors look at bringing criminal charges over hoax call to Duchess of Cambridge's nurseScotland Yard submitted file to Crown Prosecution Service over prank callNurse Jacintha Saldanha found dead after transferring hoax callCPS will consider whether any potential offences have been committed | UPDATED: 15:22 GMT, 22 December 2012 Tragedy: Miss Saldanha was found dead days after receiving a hoax phone call at London's King Edward VII hospital Criminal charges could be brought following the death of a nurse who hanged herself after transferring a call that led to intimate calls about the Duchess of Cambridge being revealed.
Doubts over 'manipulated' poll that suggests majority want new Press watchdog backed by law just weeks after survey gave opposite result | UPDATED: 09:58 GMT, 29 November 2012 Questions were raised last night over the accuracy of a poll claiming the majority of people want a new Press watchdog backed by law.
Doubts over 'manipulated' poll that suggests majority want new Press watchdog backed by law just weeks after survey gave opposite result | UPDATED: 00:12 GMT, 29 November 2012 Questions were raised last night over the accuracy of a poll claiming the majority of people want a new Press watchdog backed by law.
Call to strip wealthy OAPs of fuel payout: Former Tory Cabinet minister said it is 'bonkers' to give rich pensioners benefits | UPDATED: 02:16 GMT, 28 November 2012 Austerity: Baron Patten said there would be no political backlash if George Osborne was to cut benefits for wealthy pensioners Winter fuel payments and free TV licences for well-off pensioners should be axed, a former Tory Cabinet minister said last night.