Throughout her 20-year career of murder, wherever Nattrass went, she followed. He, too, would eventually become a victim. The insurance money also allowed her to embark on a career in nursing at Sunderland Infirmary – a deadly choice of occupation. There she met George Ward, an engineer who was a patient in the hospital, and who became her second husband in August 1865. He died little more than a year later in October 1866 leaving Mary Ann a second insurance payout. … [Read more...] about She poisoned 21 people including her own mother, children and husbands. So why has no-one heard of Britain’s FIRST serial killer, Mary Ann Cotton?
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A study by Imperial College London estimates coronavirus infections rocketed from 200,000 to 1.5million in the nine days before the lockdown when the Government dithered over what to do; Professor Adrian Hill, part of Oxford University vaccine team, said there was only a 50 per cent chance the trial would be successful, and the upcoming trial of 10,000 Britons may flop and produce 'no result' because the virus is vanishing in the UK; It emerged that travel firms are already planning to exploit a loophole in the 14-day quarantine period by flying holidaymakers into UK via Dublin (which is exempt from new isolation rules); Labour leader Keir Starmer revealed his children have attended school throughout the coronavirus crisis as he called for classes to resume 'as soon as possible'; Employers were told they will have to pay 25 per cent of wages of furloughed staff from August, raising fears of a wave of redundancies; Boris Johnson will drop drop … [Read more...] about Britain announces 118 coronavirus deaths – a 30% drop since last Sunday – taking total to 36,793 as Boris prepares to decide if lockdown should be eased further
Charlie (senior) said: ‘They explained that it was an experimental drug and it was too early to know if it would be a success. ‘We had to sign a consent form for it to be used but by then we would have done anything to keep our baby alive … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘He is our miracle’: Premature baby boy born eight weeks early caught COVID-19 but became one of Britain’s youngest to beat the virus after being treated with experimental Ebola drug remdesivir
There were two possible impediments to this line of defence. Firstly, their defence was that they played no part in the killing and they had done nothing wrong. Thus mitigation because of ill-treatment was irrelevant. The other possible impediment was the absence of a psychiatric opinion that either defendant was of diminished responsibility — which is a necessity for such a defence to run. … [Read more...] about ‘Even now, when I see a toddler I think of James Bulger’: Top lawyer RICHARD HENRIQUES was the prosecutor in Britain’s most notorious child killing case. Here he reveals how there was only one possible verdict