A fleet of helicopters were grounded in the UK today due to fears over the safety of their fuel indication systems.
A personal assistant accused of defrauding Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi has claimed she saw evidence of regular drug use by the chef.
The worst GP surgeries in England have been named after spot checks found one in three practices was failing to meet basic standards.
A Royal Navy veteran died after drinking a pear drink which police believe drug smugglers may have used to bring cocaine into the country from the Caribbean.
Joromie Lewis, 33, from Gosport, Hampshire, became immediately ill after drinking the fruit beverage - which contained a lethal amount of cocaine.
The Food Standards Agency has issued an alert to all local authorities to contact retailers to withdraw any bottles of Pear D from their shelves.
Mr Lewis consumed the drink in Southampton on December 5 and died within hours at Southampton General Hospital.
A Hampshire police spokesman said that one of its lines of inquiries was that the drink had been used to smuggle cocaine into the UK in a liquid form.
The National Police Air Service have announced that they increasing fuel levels in helicopters as a "precautionary measure" following reports of a technical issue on an aircraft.
Chief Superintendent Ian Whitehouse, National Police Air Service Chief Operating Officer, said:
“In light of the technical issue identified by Bond Air Services, as a precautionary measure, we are increasing fuel levels on all NPAS EC135 aircraft and increasing the minimum level of fuel which pilots are allowed to operate on.
The service refused to comment on any potential links to the investigation into the Glasgow crash which killed ten people.
Rain sweeping from west to east tonight and into tomorrow but at least frost, mist and fog will be less of a problem.
It will stay mild for this time of year.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has sent his "deepest condolences" to the family of the 10th victim of the Glasgow helicopter crash.
Joe Cusker, 59, was named as the 10th victim of the crash after he died in Glasgow Royal Infirmary where he had been receiving treatment.
"I am sure that everyone in Scotland will join with me in expressing our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Joe Cusker, the 10th person who has died as a result of the Clutha Vaults helicopter crash," Scotland's First Minister said.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has lost a loved one following this terrible tragedy and with those who remain in hospital."
East Anglia air ambulances have returned to service after helicopter operator Bond Air Services suspended a number of flights over a "defect" in one aircraft.
Wales Ambulance Service said two of its three helicopters had been cleared to fly with checks continuing on a third aircraft.
Police Scotland said earlier restrictions on the flight of EC135 helicopters had been lifted and their helicopter had been cleared to fly.
A spokeswoman said: "As of 3.18pm today ... the Police Scotland Air Support Unit is now fully operational."
Eurocopter, which builds EC135 helicopters, said the decision to ground some of the aircraft fleet was taken by the operator Bond Air Services:
– Eurocopter statement
Eurocopter is in close contact with Bond to fully support theactivities.
Eurocopter does not recommend any further action for the other EC135 aircraftin service around the world.
EASA [the European Aviation Safety Agency] has never issued an Airworthiness Directive(AD) to ground the EC135 fleet ever since its entry into service in 1996.
A man has been jailed for five years after killing a man during an argument over a disabled car parking space in an Asda store in Bedfordshire.
Alan Watts, 65, was found guilty of the manslaughter of Brian Holmes, 64, at Luton Crown Court.
Mr Holmes, who had been told he had beaten cancer just days before the incident, died in hospital after the incident on August 3.
Watts had pleaded not guilty to manslaughter claiming he lashed out in self-defence.
The jury, consisting of four women and eight men, were shown CCTV footage which allegedly showed Watts punching Mr Holmes twice in a "right-left combination" before the victim dropped to the ground.
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