Trust faces prosecution over mother’s death

Author: Press Association Mayra Cabrera, 30, suffered a heart attack when Bupivacaine, a potent epidural anaesthetic, was mistakenly attached to an in…

The day that all hell broke loose in Basra

Author: By Robert Verkaik, Law Editor, and Terri Judd On 14 August 2003 the unthinkable happened when a military ambulance carrying Captain Dai Jones …

Abuser of suicide mum is given an Asbo

Author: By Ellen Branagh and Theo Usherwood In October 2007, the single mother set fire to the family’s car while she and her 18-year-old daught…

MoD’s Nimrod disgrace

Author: By Andrew Johnson Charles Haddon-Cave QC used his report to accuse the Ministry of Defence of “a systematic breach of the Military Coven…

Outrage at government plan for secret inquests

Author: By Robert Verkaik, Home Affairs Editor Last night ministers suffered a humiliating defeat for the proposals in the House of Lords, but insiste…

Sir Ian Blair ‘trying to rewrite history’

Author: By Mark Hughes, Crime correspondent Extracts from Sir Ian’s book, Policing Controversy, appeared in a Sunday newspaper yesterday. In pas…

Paedophile killer ‘was murdered’: Post-mortem examination confirms child rapist was strangled in jai

Author: TERRY KIRBY, Crime Correspondent An inquest in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, was told that post-mortem examinations had established Bailey was stra…

Johnson warns authorities over yobs

Author: By Jack Doyle, Press Association Mr Johnson will launch a major drive to improve how the authorities deal with yobbish behaviour in the wake o…

Mother of balcony death boy has new baby

Author: By James Woodward, PA John Hogan plunged 50ft with his son Liam, then six, and daughter Mia, two, after a row with Natasha Hogan three years a…

Barwell: A false symbol of broken Britain

Like most of the village’s residents, the teenagers have got used to the irritant of film crews on their streets, like the one which had put the…