Queen forced to cancel trip to Swansea after being struck down with suspected gastroenteritis

Queen forced to cancel trip to Swansea after being struck down with suspected gastroenteritis By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 20:38 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:49 GMT, 1 March 2013 Ill: The Queen, pictured touring the Royal London Hospital in east London yesterday, has cancelled a visit to Swansea because she is suffering from gastroenteritis The Queen has been forced to cancel a planned visit to Wales after suffering from symptoms of gastroenteritis, Buckingham Palace said tonight.

Soldier, 24, who spoke of "buzz" of surviving Afghanistan bomb blast is found hanged at home while on leave

Soldier, 24, who spoke of 'buzz' of surviving Afghanistan bomb blast is found hanged at home while on leaveLight tank driven by Robert Griffiths was hit by roadside bomb last yearTrooper was on home leave for Christmas when he was found hanged Had been staying with this parents when his body was discovered By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 16:52 GMT, 4 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:58 GMT, 4 January 2013 A young soldier who survived a Taliban bomb blast on the frontline in Afghanistan has been found hanged while on home leave. Trooper Robert Griffiths, 24, was driving a light tank when it was hit by a Taliban roadside bomb last year. The three stunned soldiers inside the tank walked away from the explosion unharmed – thanks to the new armour of their new 35-ton Scimitar Mk2

Stephen Ashton: British tourist, 22, shot dead in crossfire at Thai New Year"s Eve beach party

British tourist, 22, is shot dead by stray bullet after Thai New Year's Eve beach party ends in gunfireKilled at a party on the island of Koh Phangan in southern Thailand Thai man opened fire at a bar on the island in early hours of morning Shot in the torso and although he was rushed to Ban Don International Hospital he was pronounced deadThailand has the highest number of guns in civilian hands in S.E.

Children at centre of international tug-of-love battle to be reunited with their mother after High Court ruling in bitter custody battle

Children at centre of international tug-of-love battle to be reunited with their mother after High Court ruling in bitter custody battleJennifer Jones ran away with children to stop them being returned to SpainShe was arrested after being found 50miles from her home in south WalesTwo youngest children were returned to their father where eldest one wasSpanish courts granted father custody after 12 year marriage ended in 2008He accused wife of turning children against him and vows to keep fighting | UPDATED: 20:15 GMT, 30 November 2012 Family reunion: Jennifer Jones will be reunited with her children Four children at the centre of an international tug-of-love battle will be reunited with their mother. Briton Jennifer Jones went on the run with the youngsters during a bitter custody battle with their Spanish soldier father. The English language teacher vanished in October after losing an Appeal Court ruling to prevent them being returned to Spain.