Prisoner anger as Baby P"s mother Tracey Connelly is given job in jail as hairdresser

'She's living on easy street': Anger over way Baby P's 22 stone mother is treated in jail as she is given job as hairdresserTracey Connelly, 31, was jailed for five years for her role in Peter's deathGetting paid for the job in Low Newton women's prison in DurhamHer mother Mary revealed Connelly had gained significant weight in prison | UPDATED: 13:06 GMT, 22 December 2012 Jailed: Tracey Connelly, mother of abused toddler Baby Peter, is understood to be working as a hairdresser in Low Newton women's prison Durham The mother of Baby P has angered fellow inmates after being given a job as a hairdresser in jail.

Sandy Hook victims: America"s night of grief as citizens unite for candle-lit vigils

America's night of grief: Citizens unite as they attend candle-lit vigils to remember the 26 Sandy Hook victims Paper lanterns were released into sky at a vigil in Omaha, Nebraska Hundreds attended Newtown High School to see President Barack Obama preside over an interfaith worship vigil | UPDATED: 16:23 GMT, 17 December 2012 Americans were united in their grief last night as they attended vigils to remember the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. Many people lit candles as they stood in the dark clutching candles while silently reflecting on the tragic events of last Friday. Paper lanterns were released into the night sky during a vigil in Omaha, Nebraska

Drunk woman driver, 22, wanted McDonald"s meal so badly she went wrong way through drive-thru and damaged other cars

Drunk woman driver, 22, wanted McDonald's meal so badly she went wrong way through drive-thru and damaged other cars Two cars were damaged as they tried to reverse as she entered via the exitKatie Howe pleaded guilty at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court to drink driving and was banned for 20 months | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 7 December 2012 Katie Howe, 22, from County Durham, entered a McDonald's drive-thru via the exit while twice over the limit A woman has been banned from getting behind the wheel after causing chaos at a McDonald's drive-thru by drunkenly driving the wrong way around it. Katie Howe, 22, was twice the legal alcohol limit when she tried to enter through the exit, Newton Aycliffe Magistrates' Court heard.