Prince Charles told Camilla to "down the hatch" as the pair pulled pints during a visit to an Essex pub today.
A hospital trust has been reported to the police after staff said they were being "bullied" to falsify data relating to cancer patients.
Two guests - a man in his 30s and a woman in her 20s - staying at an exclusive hotel in Essex have been found dead in a swimming pool.
Essex Police have confirmed that the missing wolf from Colchester Zoo has been "found and destroyed" by zoo staff:
Sadly, the search for a wolf @colchesterzoo concluded shortly after 4pm when the animal was found + destroyed by zoo staff.
A wolf that escaped from Colchester Zoo earlier today has been shot dead, ITV Anglia report.
Five wolves in total escaped from their enclosure this morning. One returned, another was recaptured and two were shot earlier this afternoon.
There are unconfirmed reports that a wolf that escaped from Colchester Zoo has been shot dead and was seen being loaded into a 4x4 vehicle, local press reports.
Colchester Zoo has refused to confirm on the reports while it prepares a statement.
Colchester Zoo said it was "devastated" by the death of two of their "beloved" Timber wolves.
The two wolves were among five that escaped their enclosure this morning at around 7.30pm. In a statement, the Zoo said they were still looking for one of the escaped wolves, with the help of police.
One of the wolves returned immediately of its own accord and one was darted and recaptured.
Unfortunately, as they were further away and an anaesthetic dart takes 15 minutes to take effect, two had to be shot.
The remaining wolf is thought to be sheltering in thick undergrowth and the police are assisting in its recapture. Wolves are naturally timid and provided they are not cornered in any way do not provide a risk to the public.
Five wolves managed to escape from Colchester Zoo after the perimeter fence was damaged.
Two of the wolves were shot and killed, one was recaptured while the other returned voluntarily.
Essex Police are searching for the remaining wolf who is thought to be sheltering in thick undergrowth.
A police helicopter has been deployed to assist with the search.
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Police are hunting for a wolf after it escaped from Colchester Zoo earlier today.
The animal was reported missing at around 8am
Essex police said a helicopter had been dispatched to assist with the search, but insisted the wolf "does not pose a risk to the public".
"Police are currently assisting staff at Colchester Zoo searching for a wolf that's escaped from the zoo site," a police spokesman said.
"Officials at the zoo have said that wolves are naturally timid, and provided they're not cornered in any way, do not pose a risk to the public."
Unison has called for a "full and thorough investigation" into claims of "harassment and bullying" at Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust.
– Christina McAnea, head of health at union Unison
Our members took a brave step by reporting to the CQC that they were being bullied and harassed by senior managers to falsify records relating to cancer patients.
They raised their concerns repeatedly and in emails to senior managers, right up to the chief executive, but they were ignored.
A patient was referred to Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust's cancer service in May last year.
In the records book, the referral had been documented that the patient turned up in July, two months later.
That made it look as if the hospital were meeting the national guideline of treating patients within 62 days.
Is this serious? Well, every expert we've spoken to has revealed the big issue with cancer is that time is everything.
With every delay in treatment, the cancer can grow, can spread and could prove fatal.
We don't know that's happened at Colchester but we do know staff have been bullied into changing the records and taking risks with peoples' lives - just to make it look as though they are meeting a national requirement, when in fact they are not.
The Department of Health (DH) has admitted poor patient care and hospital cover-ups have gone on for "too long" and the Department said a new system will identify failings in the NHS.
It comes after a health watchdog found that 22 cancer patients at Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust may have missed vital treatment after staff complained they were pressurised into changing waiting time data to meet national targets.
Reacting to the findings, the DH said: “For too long, patients have had to put up with poor care and cover-ups because it was too inconvenient to expose and take action.
“That’s why we’ve strengthened the inspection regime, given whistle-blowers extra protection and made it a duty for staff to raise concerns."
It added: “What’s happened at Colchester shows the new system working; the spotlight shone on failings and extra support being given to quickly improve standards.”