A wolf who escaped from an animal sanctuary was recaptured after being on the loose for five hours. Thankfully, the wolf was lured into a trailer by 62-year-old Teresa Palmer. She said: "The fact he went through a field of sheep on his way shows he would never be a threat to the public". There's now growing speculation that his enclosure gate at the Wolf Conversation Trust site may have been left open deliberately.
Thousands of people have been left without power as the snow and gale-force winds slammed into the UK. Some parts of Scotland were greeted with a thick blanket of snow this morning, while winds reaching over 70mph caused damage in the southern part of the country.
Last month Wales recorded the highest number of people visiting accident and emergency for any December. The average number of patients visiting A&E in December 2017 was 2,656 - that’s 5.4% higher than December 2016. The Welsh government figures were released after The Royal College of Emergency Medicine in Wales warned that patient safety was being "compromised daily" due to the extreme department pressures.
England cricketer Ben stokes is due to appear in court on an affray charge on the same he’d be making his international return in New Zealand. Mr Stokes will face the Bristol Magistrates Court on February 13 for the incident that took place outside a Bristol nightclub in September. The charge of affray is made under the Public Order Act 1986 and effectively relates to fighting in public.
Radio and TV presenter Chris Tarrant is “sorry” after pleading guilty to drink-driving. The 71-year-old was over the limit while behind the wheel of his Mercedes on 16th December. He has been disqualified from driving for 12 months and fined £6000.