Caught on camera: Horrifying moment student stabs classmate outside their college for 'giving him a dodgy look in the library'Valentine Cannings viciously attacked 17-year-old with large hunting knifeCCTV captured moment Cannings left victim Kevin Linongi for dead Attack at Bournville College campus in Birmingham followed 'exchange of words' between the students By Shari Miller PUBLISHED: 13:25 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:51 GMT, 4 March 2013 Jailed: Valentine Cannings was sentenced to seven years for stabbing Kevin Linongi Shocking CCTV images captured the moment a student brutally plunged a blade into his classmate's stomach and left him for dead – because he claimed his victim had given him 'dodgy looks'. Valentine Cannings, 22, has been jailed for seven years after attacking 17-year-old Kevin Linongi outside Bournville College's campus in Longbridge Lane, Birmingham on October 12 last year. The images show Cannings viciously stabbing the teenager, resulting in him collapsing in the street
Why doing the washing on a windy day could save you money: Energy firms plan alert system to tell customers when electricity is cheaper Energy firms are to let customers know when it is cheapest to do their washingThe year-long trial aims to find out if people will respond to being told which days are 'greener'The Energy Saving Trust estimates that customers can save 250 by using appliances more efficiently By Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 01:51 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:06 GMT, 14 February 2013 The trial aims to find out if people will do their washing on 'green' days when it is windy Windy days have always been the time to do your washing, washerwomen of old hanging out clothes in the breeze so they dried quicker. And that tradition is set to continue long into the future – because putting the washing machine on could be cheaper when it is windy. Energy firms are trying out a system which alerts customers when electricity prices are cheaper because wind conditions mean green power is cheap and plentiful.
Hope fades for sailor after his boat capsized in harbour sparking huge sea search Major rescue operation launched in Poole Harbour, Dorset this morningTwo men found clinging to capsized boat and taken to hospital'Intensive search' for missing third man called off this afternoon | UPDATED: 16:46 GMT, 23 December 2012 Fears have grown for a man missing since his boat capsized today after an 'intensive' search operation was called off. The alarm was raised shortly before 11am when two people were found clinging to the upturned boat in Poole Harbour, Dorset.
Cruellest thief this Christmas: 2,000 worth of presents for seriously ill children stolen from Great Ormond StreetGifts were meant for children too ill to go home for ChristmasAbout 20 wrapped items were taken between Friday and Monday from a cupboard in a part of the hospital not open to the public Great Ormond Street Hospital and the police are appealing for information | UPDATED: 03:16 GMT, 19 December 2012 Police last night said they would mount a nationwide hunt for the ‘despicable’ thief who stole Christmas presents from desperately ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The 20 gifts, worth 2,000 and bought with donations from well-wishers, were destined for patients on the intensive respiratory care ward. There are fears the thief may be someone who works at the world-famous Central London hospital because the gifts were in a room secured with a key-code lock.
Seriously ill baby forced to wait for 12 hours in A&E because no suitable bed was available in all of Britain Staff rang 29 units but all 320 beds were already occupied by sick childrenA bed was eventually found nearly 100 miles away in Sheffield Case emerged as specialists warned of shortage of beds for children | UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 15 December 2012 A seriously ill baby was forced to wait in an Accident and Emergency ward for more than 12 hours because there were no suitable beds available anywhere in the UK. The shocking case emerged as specialists yesterday warned the Department of Health about a national shortage of intensive care beds for children this winter.
Patient killed in oxygen explosion as a second dies in broken lift: Damning dossier reveals NHS failings that caused death First study shows 345 serious incidents in Scotland including 100 deathsPneumonia patient died after being left for nine days without medicationShocking report reveals another patient had wrong organs stapled together | UPDATED: 15:19 GMT, 26 November 2012 A horrifying catalogue of serious errors at NHS hospitals in Scotland has come to light, following a Freedom of Information request.