July 2016

The seventh victim of a brutal Dublin gangland feud was buried today, four weeks after he carried his uncle’s coffin who was also murdered in the bloody dispute.  Gareth Hutch was gunned down as he approached his car in Dublin’s north inner city on May 24.  Hutch, 35, was a nephew of gangland kingpin Gerry […]

There seemed little to disturb the army of well-heeled shoppers floating round the Georgian colonnades, the bars and boutiques of Royal Tunbridge Wells this weekend – little, certainly, to cause fear let alone disgust. So how to explain this to Theresa Dodd and her husband Charles, a retired solicitor: that three of their four privately […]

Tobacco still kills six million people around the world every year.  Despite huge public health efforts to help people quit and prevent young people starting, smoking remains the single greatest cause of ill health and premature death.  And even with restrictions on tobacco advertising and smoking in public places, many young people continue to take […]