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A liver suspended surgeon over the "avoidable deaths" of 8 patients has been referred to police by the local Health Board.
The Sun's political editor turned fashion police today criticising the skirt worn by Stella Creasy as she asked a question in parliament.
A personal assistant for Nigella Lawson told a court the TV chef's former husband Charles Saatchi "could have a temper".
During cross-examination by defence barrister Anthony Metzer QC, Zoe Wales was asked if Mr Saatchi was "not somebody you would want to go against?"
Ms Wales, who has worked for Ms Lawson for nearly 13 years, said, "I think one would always want to do what one had been asked."
Questioned further, she added, "Mr Saatchi could have a temper, yes."
Murdered mother-of-two Yvonne Walsh was a warm and loving person who was "absolutely devoted to her two young children".
Wesley Williams was jailed for a minimum of 29 years for the murders of Ms Walsh, 25, and her seven-month-old son Harrison.
The bodies of the mother-of-two - whose other child was staying with relatives - and Harrison were found on June 2 after police forced entry to their home.
Detective Chief Inspector Sarbjit Johal, from the homicide investigation team, described Williams' actions as "shocking and senseless".
Speaking outside court, the officer said: "Yvonne's family described her as a warm and loving person who was a dedicated professional and absolutely devoted to her two young children.
"My thoughts are with their family, friends and the community that they lived in who are all still struggling to come to terms with their deaths."
Ambi Sitham told the court that she sat next to Rebekah Brooks at the meal in 2003 and that Brooks had suggested they keep in touch.
She told the jury she went to give her telephone number to Brooks.
"Piers [Morgan] turned to me and said 'Careful - she'll tap your phone'," she told the court.
Cross-examined by Clare Sibson, representing Brooks, Ms Sitham told the court she was "definitely a little bit concerned" by Mr Morgan's comment.
"I wasn't sure how serious the threat was," she added.
Brooks denies all the charges against her and the trial continues.
Wesley Williams behaved as if nothing had happened after murdering his ex-partner and her son, a court has heard.
Yvonne Walsh, 25, and her seven-month-old son Harrison were found dead in separate rooms with the curtains drawn at their home in Birmingham in May this year.
Mr Justice MacDuff said Williams' subsequent behaviour, which included posting messages on Ms Walsh's Facebook page and visiting friends, demonstrated how unconcerned he was at what he had done.
The judge told a completely impassive Williams:
You are the only person who knows precisely why you acted as you did, but it is clear that you could not accept being rejected by Yvonne Walsh when you were proposing or intending to propose marriage, and she wanted no further part in a relationship with you.
And you decided to kill her - in fact to execute her.
It was your decision, casually taken, that she had to die.
And then you killed Harrison as well, probably as he lay sleeping in his cot.
Media lawyer Ambi Sitham told the Old Bailey today that Piers Morgan "said to Rebekah [Brooks] that he already knew what her splash was going to be".
"He said 'I already know what your splash is, or your cover is, because I've been listening to messages'."
Asked by prosecutor Andrew Edis QC how Brooks responded, Ms Sitham said: "She retorted, 'been hacking into my phone again, have you, Piers?'
"He said something like, 'well you've been looking at my emails' or something. It was quite a quick back and forth of bantering, I just know what I heard.
Asked how they appeared, she said: "It was pointed. There was a pointedness to it."
Rebekah Brooks denies all charges against her and the trial continues.
A man sentenced to life for murdering his ex-partner and her seven-month-old son was previously in a relationship with a woman who also killed her son, it has been revealed.
Details of Wesley Williams' previous relationship with Rebecca Shuttleworth, who was jailed for life in June for the murder of son Keanu Williams, could not be reported by the media until today after a court order was lifted by the judge.
The Old Bailey heard allegations that Rebekah Brooks and Piers Morgan exchanged banter at a dinner party about phone hacking.
American media lawyer Ambi Sitham said she overheard the conversation at a steak restaurant in 2003 where some 20 media professionals were celebrating Andy Coulson's birthday.
Speaking by videolink from the United States, Ms Sitham told the court that Brooks had asked Morgan if he had been "hacking into her phone again".
Brooks denies all of the charges against her. The trial continues.
Wesley Williams killed Yvonne Walsh and her seven-month-old son out of anger after she ended their relationship as he planned to propose to her.
Police found that Williams made comments on Facebook almost immediately after the murders.
In a post to his own Facebook account timed at 8.54pm on Friday May 31, Williams wrote: "Sometimes we just have to do things we shouldn't."
Inquiries by police also proved that Williams told another social media user he was in good spirits, and had then posted "I am sorry it had to come to this" on Ms Walsh's Facebook page.
The 29-year-old cannabis user was also captured on CCTV doing "high-fives" with a friend in a fast-food outlet in the hours before he was arrested by police.
Friends of Williams also told police he had seemed fine after May 31 and was "joking, laughing and smiling" as he played pool on a computer.
Dr Kevin Harris, Medical Director at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust said:
“There are no concerns about the current mortality rates in liver resection procedures carried out at the University Hospitals of Leicester.
" However, if as a result of the coverage from Wales any patients or relatives would like to talk to us they should call (free phone) 0808 178 8337."
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust has commissioned an independent review into work of a suspended liver surgeon in Wales who previous worked at its hospitals.
In a statement, it said some of Professor David Berry's results were "lower than expected."
– Dr Kevin Harris, Medical Director at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
This is specialist surgery and there are a number of reasons why this might be the case, so rather than speculate we have asked the Royal College of Surgeons to carry out an independent, impartial review of Professor Berry’s cases and once that review is complete we will report back