Pensioner, 69, died in hospital toilet after gall bladder operation 'because NHS targets led to confusion over who was treating him' David Pattrick, 69, found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in cubicleWent to Colchester General Hospital in Essex for operation in Dec. 2010Professor Roger Motson blames NHS pool list for 'breeding uncertainty' By Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 14:41 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:57 GMT, 21 February 2013 Inquest: David Pattrick (pictured with his wife Susan, 64, in Canada in June 2004) was found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in a toilet cubicle A patient died because of the confusion caused by NHS targets, an inquest heard. David Pattrick, 69, was found dead, face down in vomit and faeces, in a toilet cubicle in Colchester General Hospital in Essex in December 2010, two days after a gall bladder operation
I'm not a Leftie bank-basher, but why on earth has no one been jailed for their criminality | UPDATED: 23:51 GMT, 19 December 2012 One voice: When David Crausby rose to his feet during Prime Minister's Question Time, he spoke on behalf of the nation When a little-known Labour MP yesterday rose to his feet during Prime Minister’s Question Time, he spoke on behalf of the nation. David Crausby pointed out that when the Great Train Robbers stole 2.5 million, they were banged up in prison for a very long time. /12/19/article-2250796-0AA992AA000005DC-520_634x342.jpg” width=”634″ height=”342″ alt=”Departures: Former HSBC chief executive, Lord Green, presided over the wrongdoing following the mega-bank's fine – though there is no suggestion he was in the know” class=”blkBorder” /> Departures: Former HSBC chief executive, Lord Green, presided over the wrongdoing following the mega-bank's fine – though there is no suggestion he was in the know Lord Green’s new job is as Britain’s Trade Minister.
Cayman Islands leader McKeeva Bush is arrested on suspicion of corruption McKeeva Bush was detained at his home by the Financial Crime Unit of the Royal Cayman Islands PolicePolice are probing allegations of theft, misuse of a government credit card and the illegal importation of explosives Bush has publicly denied any wrongdoing | UPDATED: 17:33 GMT, 11 December 2012 The leader of the Cayman Islands was arrested on suspicion of corruption on Tuesday in connection with a series of police investigations in the Caribbean offshore financial center, authorities said. Premier McKeeva Bush was detained at his home by members of the Financial Crime Unit of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service, a police statement said. The 57-year-old premier is the focus of police probes into charges of theft, alleged misuse of a government credit card and abuse of office over the alleged importation of explosives without valid permits, the statement said
Law to regulate the Press could be abused, warns PM David Cameron wants newspapers to agree to an independent self-regulation system without the need to pass a new lawLabour published its plan to enforce Leveson's proposals which calls for him to oversee a new regulator | UPDATED: 00:38 GMT, 11 December 2012 A Labour proposal to write regulation of the Press into law was shot down by David Cameron yesterday with a warning that MPs might in future abuse the change to extend their powers over the media. The Prime Minister said he wants newspapers to agree a system of independent self-regulation with tough penalties for wrongdoing as outlined by Lord Justice Leveson – but without the need to pass a new law.
Ex-president of Turks and Caicos arrested after fleeing Caribbean islands with $180m fortune Michael Misick detained in Rio de Janeiro by Brazilian Federal PoliceAccused of masterminding a massive corruption scheme Will be extradited back to Caribbean islands to go on trial | UPDATED: 13:43 GMT, 8 December 2012 In custody: Former prime minister of the Turks and Caicos islands Michael Misick has been arrested in Brazil after fleeing the country with an alleged fortune of $180million The former jet-setting premier of the Turks and Caicos islands has been arrested in Brazil on an international warrant. Michael Misick fled the British overseas territory in 2009 after a report exposed widespread corruption. The former prime minister is alleged to have amassed a personal fortune of $180m and lived a lavish lifestyle
Detectives investigating Jimmy Savile abuse claims quiz man in his 80s on 'suspicion of sex offences' Man is being treated as part of investigation not directly relating to disgraced DJPolice executed search warrant at Berkshire address last Saturday Left police premises this afternoon after being interviewed under caution | UPDATED: 22:48 GMT, 29 November 2012 Police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal yesterday questioned a fifth man.