A gunman has been arrested after holding two bowling alley workers hostage in Nuneaton on Sunday afternoon. According to witnesses, the suspect, who is said to be a former partner of an employee, entered MFA Bowl in Bermuda Park with a sawn-off shotgun at around 3pm. Police entered at 6pm and flashes and bangs were seen and heard but no one was injured.
Taking antibiotics when you don't need them puts you and your family at risk, according to Public Health England who today launch a new campaign to tackle the overuse of them. It is estimated that at least 5,000 deaths are caused every year in England people become immune. The campaign urges people to follow doctors' advice and warns them that taking antibiotics when they are not needed puts them at risk of a more severe or longer infection.
British movie mogul Michael Winner has been accused of sexually harassing aspiring young soap actresses with Coronation Street and EastEnders regular Debbie Arnold saying the legendary producer and director acted inappropriately during an audition and Crossroads actress Cindy Marshall-Day claims he once demanded to see her breasts. Michael's widow Geraldine says the allegations are 'untrue'.
He campaigned to ban Turkey Twizzlers and chips from school dinner menus and now Jamie Oliver has trained his sights on cakes. He is calling for a ban on bake sales at schools, claiming it sends out the wrong message. With one in 10 children aged four-five considered obese, is this the answer to solving this rising issue? We'll be discussing on today's show.
Women who give birth in winter or spring are less likely to suffer the "baby blues" than at other times of the year, a study has shown. Having a longer pregnancy also reduced the risk of suffering from post-natal depression, doctors in the US found. But not having an epidural during delivery was found to increase the risk, according to researchers.