[ad_1] Image copyright ITV/THE NHS SAVED MY LIFE: TONIGHT Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has spoken about the loss of her son Theo, who was stillborn seven years ago.The TV star was seven months pregnant when she lost her son in 2011.In an interview with ITV Tonight to mark the 70th birthday of the NHS, Holden said her son "looked so normal and so peaceful"."I was still his mummy,"
[ad_1] Around one child in every classroom in the UK will suffer the loss of a parent or sibling - prompting calls for bereavement lessons in schools.The idea is being backed by Emma Turner and her teenage son Jamie, whose dad died when he was four. Oxfordshire-based charity Sobell House Hospice has developed a lesson plan to help children cope and support each other.Video Journalist: Katharine Da Costa [ad_2] Source
[ad_1] Errol April is a soldier-turned-apple farmer who believes in redistributing land in South Africa. [ad_2] Source link
[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Three in four people do not think there are enough nurses to care safely for patients in the NHS, a survey suggests.The poll of 1,600 UK adults - carried out by YouGov for the Royal College of Nursing - found 74% were concerned about staffing levels.Latest figures for England show one in nine posts is vacant.The RCN branded the situation dangerous, but ministers said steps
[ad_1] Image copyright Alamy In the 17th Century the Dutch went mad trading tulip bulbs in the hope they could make a massive profit. But was Tulip Mania - a parable of greed compared to the recent heavy investment in the Bitcoin crypto-currency - really so awful?How much is a thing worth? An ounce of gold? A kilogram of apples? A share in Apple?One simple way of answering that question
[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Amber Rudd's former deputy says he spoke regularly to the home secretary about increasing immigration removals but not "detailed numbers or targets".Brandon Lewis said she had not been aware of local, internal targets or the national ones revealed in a leaked memo on Friday.Labour accused him of "hiding behind semantics" in an effort to save Ms Rudd's career.She is due to make a Commons statement
[ad_1] Image caption It's been nine years since the BBC dropped ChuckleVision The TV legends that are the Chuckle Brothers are to get their own Saturday tea time show, almost a decade after ChuckleVision ended.Chuckle Time will be on Channel 5, who describe it as an hour-long "family friendly clip show".It will mix sketches performed by Paul and Barry with videos of "fails, flops and funnies" uploaded by viewers.The pair,