Police officer sacked for abusing staff at takeaway wins job back as remarks 'were not worst kind of racism'
A policewoman who was sacked after she racially abused takeaway staff has been allowed to return to the beat after claiming her remarks "were not the worst kind of racism". Pc Katie Barratt was dismissed
The picture, captured by a Getty photographer, received little attention at the time. John Sato, a 95-year-old World War II veteran of the New Zealand army, walked down the center of the street helped
Extended sitting or lying down in daytime increases risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer – and costs NHS £700m – says study Sitting or lying down for long periods during the day is not only
Cherie Blair has been criticised for “usurping” the voice of African women and reinforcing stereotypes by telling school children during a talk that “most African ladies’ first sexual experience is rape”.