Serial killer nurse murdered patients 'for fun' by injecting them with air

William Davis, who prosecutors say "likes to kill people", could face the death penalty in Texas after he murdered four patients who were all recovering from heart surgery
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Voices: So now we know – one in five employers wouldn’t hire a disabled person
New figures suggest that the government isn’t going to achieve its stated aim of reducing the disability employment gap by crossing its fingers
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Where do you think mask wearing should be enforced? Tell us in our poll
As the restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid tighten once more, how do you feel about what the government has enforced?
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TSB to shut 70 branches -- see if yours is affected
TSB is axing 70 more branches next year including one on Baker Street in Central London.
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Damon Hill raises concerns about ‘high risk, high jeopardy’ Saudi Arabian Grand Prix track
The track will make its debut in December
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Number of unlicensed vehicles on UK roads up by 85,000 in two years
Statistics published by the Department for Transport shows an estimated 719,000 untaxed vehicles are being used.
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Gail Porter reveals she’s fractured skull after ‘seizure’ as she laments ‘sleeping is not too comfortable’
Fans shared their well wishes for the presenter.
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Fisherman 'stops RNLI crew from launching lifeboat to pick up migrants in the Channel'
This is the moment a fisherman blocked an RNLI lifeboat from launching on Hastings beach ranting 'Don't bring no more back on here'.
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Most UK workers want to quit their jobs in 2022, study suggests
‘The good news is that employers can take action to prevent increased staff turnover,’ says study leader
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Police confirm body found in hunt for Bobbi-Anne McLeod, 18, is missing teenager
Bobbi-Anne McLeod, 18, was last seen waiting at a bus stop near her home in Plymouth on November 20 as she made her way into town. Her body was found eight miles away in Bovisand, Devon.
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Moderna chief predicts ‘material drop’ in effectiveness of vaccines against omicron
“There is no world, I think, where [the effectiveness] is the same level...we had with [the] delta [variant]”
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Culture secretary reported for ‘calling councillor a misogynist with a small d***’
It isn't the first time Nadine Dorries has been called out on her tweets.
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US tracking of virus variants has improved after slow start
The United States has improved its surveillance system for tracking new coronavirus variants such as omicron, boosting its capacity by tens of thousands of samples since early this year
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Hungary parliament clears way for government’s anti-LGBT referendum as election approaches
‘The Hungarian government proposes that citizens should have a chance to express their stance on the issues of gender propaganda,’ said a minister
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WWE boss Vince McMahon slaps Austin Theory and makes death threat on Raw
A big night for Theory.
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Putin warns West: Moscow has 'red line' about Ukraine, NATO
Russian President Vladimir Putin has sternly warned NATO against deploying its troops and weapons to Ukraine, saying it represents a red line for Russia and would trigger a strong response
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NBC hopes the sun will come out as it mounts 'Annie Live!'
There’s a famous saying in the world of showbiz: “Never work with children or animals.”
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Man United vs Arsenal: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results
Michael Carrick will once again take charge of Manchester United with Arsenal the visitors to Old Trafford on Thursday night.
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Policeman knew paramedics not coming to arena ‘any time soon’, inquiry hears
Sgt Mark Haviland, of British Transport Police, has been giving evidence to the public inquiry into the Manchester Arena attack.
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Policeman knew paramedics not coming to arena ‘any time soon’, inquiry hears
Sgt Mark Haviland, of British Transport Police, has been giving evidence to the public inquiry into the Manchester Arena attack.
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'We’re not a danger to other people': It's A Sin star from Stockport on bringing 'new confidence' to people living with HIV in one-man show
“HIV has changed, but public knowledge lags far behind"
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Elon Musk cites Pong as evidence that we are already living in a simulation
Tech billionaire questions what the development of photo-realistic 3D worlds ‘imply about our reality’
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Katie Price says she can't remember last time she had all five kids at once
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Millennial Money: Sustain generosity beyond the holidays
If your finances are in better shape this giving season, you can be more strategic with your dollars
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Two supermassive black holes spiralling towards each other to cause cataclysmic collision
A cataclysmic collision is said to be inevitable as these two supermassive black holes are just 1,600 light-years apart from each other - making them the closest pair found to date
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Covid: Number of pupils in England off school due to virus surges
Disruption to schooling is likely to worsen following the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant, unions say.
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Flames shoot from Ryanair plane after it flies into flock of herons
The pilots managed to land the plane safety despite blood being splattered all over the windscreen.
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Millionaire hotelier killed by partner’s son over mother’s betrayal, court told
Thomas Schreiber, of Gillingham, Dorset, is on trial at Winchester Crown Court.
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Millionaire hotelier killed by partner’s son over mother’s betrayal, court told
Thomas Schreiber, of Gillingham, Dorset, is on trial at Winchester Crown Court.
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Claim that NI protocol has shattered union ‘not sustainable’, court told
Government lawyer defends protocol in Belfast hearing of legal challenge brought by unionist politicians The Northern Ireland Brexit protocol has not “shattered” the constitutional status of Northern Ireland within the United Kingdom, as some unionist have argued, a government lawyer has told a court in Belfast.Tony McGleenan, QC, was opening his defence of the protocol against a legal challenge brought by a group of unionist politicians including the Traditional Unionist Voice leader, Jim Allister, former Labour party MP Lady Hoey and former Brexit party MEP Ben Habib. Continue reading...
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Russia threatens to cut EU gas after profiting £5.8bn from bloc's energy crisis
RUSSIA is threatening to cut off the EU's energy supplies as its state-owned gas company enjoys record-high profits, Ukraine has claimed.
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Josephine Baker becomes first Black woman honoured at the historic Pantheon in France
Baker was a world-renowned entertainer.
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'Hysterical and childish' EU sparks fury over failure to invite Priti Patel to key meeting
EU LEADERS have been shamed after they disinvited Priti Patel to a meeting in Calais on Sunday to discuss the migrant crossings crisis in the English Channel.
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Ofgem promises tougher stress tests for energy suppliers
Regulation will need to ‘go much further’ following string of provider collapses, says regulatorThe energy regulator has promised to put in place tougher stress tests for energy suppliers to prove they have the financial strength to weather a surge in energy market prices – with consequences for suppliers which fail.Ofgem’s chief executive, Jonathan Brearley, said regulation would need to “go much further” to assess whether suppliers are able to weather unpredictable energy market shocks, after the collapse of more than 20 suppliers in the last 12 weeks. Continue reading...
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Homes endure ‘exhausting’ fifth day without power in the wake of Storm Arwen
The Energy Networks Association have confirmed that 45,000 of their UK customers are still without power.
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Homes endure ‘exhausting’ fifth day without power in the wake of Storm Arwen
The Energy Networks Association have confirmed that 45,000 of their UK customers are still without power.
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Jessica's Seinfeld's vegan mac and cheese uses plant milk
Jessica’s Seinfeld’s vegan mac and cheese calls for 4½ cups unsweetened cashew or almond milk, 4 cups of shredded plant-based cheddar cheese and 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
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I fled Afghanistan at the age of 16 after the Taliban tortured my father to death
The Taliban would come and two men would pin him to a table, while another would lash his feet and legs with a cable for 30 minutes.
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EU wants 'verifiable proof' Chinese tennis player is safe
The European Union is asking China to release “verifiable proof” that tennis player Peng Shuai is safe
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‘I tell myself: You’re a penis’: Sergei Polunin on drugs, bad tweets – and his Putin chest tattoo
He walked out of the Royal Ballet and went off the rails. But the bad boy of ballet is now a father with a responsible a new attitude – and he’s even dancing Romeo and JulietDancers sweep across studio seven at London’s Pineapple Studios, skipping through Prokofiev’s rhythms. Choreographer Johan Kobborg shouts for more gusto. “Throw her!” he says to one man handling his partner too tentatively. To the side stands the tall figure of Sergei Polunin. Dressed in black with a rock star vibe, a faded tattoo visible on his hand, he eyes himself in the mirror before flying into the centre and launching into five or six pirouettes, like a bird of prey swooping into a flock of starlings.This is Kobborg’s new production of Romeo and Juliet, which Polunin danced with star ballerina Alina Cojocaru in Verona pre-Covid, now being remounted for London’s Royal Albert Hall. It marks the end of an eventful couple of years for Polunin, and perhaps a turning point.Known as a technically brilliant but erratic dancer, Polunin made headlines for being the youngest principal at the Royal Ballet, aged 19, then walking out of the company two years later; for the 30m YouTube views of his Take Me to Church video, but also his reputation for missing shows, his critical flops, his misguided tweets (from drug chat to homophobia) and his chest tattoo of Vladimir Putin’s face. But in 2019 he met Olympic figure skater Elena Ilinykh, and their son, Mir, was born in January 2020. It’s made him grow up, he concedes. “Kids change us in a positive way, for sure,” he says. “Because you connect to them with energy, you have to be right with yourself. If I get angry, a child feels that energy.” He’s even getting rid of his tattoos as he wants to be “clean”, and is halfway through an agonising two-year process of getting them lasered off.Since leaving the Royal Ballet, Polunin’s focus has been on making new dance and new stories, but this Romeo and Juliet is a return, of sorts, to classical ballet. “I had said, ‘Never in my life will I do a Romeo & Juliet,” he says, laughing. “And a week later I was like, yeah, I’ll do it.” The reason was to work with Kobborg, the lauded Danish dancer and choreographer who spent 14 years at the Royal Ballet but who, like Polunin, is now independent. “You have really good choreographers but they are locked into the system,” says Polunin. “Johan thinks differently, he is very classical in that he respects the style but he has a different way of thinking about it that’s very modern.”“It is a challenge to keep classical ballet alive,” says Kobborg. “Contemporary dance has an easier way of communicating with us now, and if we don’t bring a certain amount of contemporary energy into classical dance, it’s just not going to [connect].” In the studio, Kobborg implores his dancers to act like real people, injecting life on to the stage while mastering tricky triplets in detailed footwork.Despite nearly 20 years between them, Polunin and Kobborg have a joshing, brotherly rapport. “I always really liked Johan,” says Polunin. “I felt support from him, even though I let him down sometimes with his galas,” sheepishly referring to times he didn’t turn up to dance at Kobborg’s shows. “I asked him, why do you still want to work with me?” Now they’re both laughing. “You learn to live with it,” says Kobborg, who clearly values Polunin’s talent. “Sergei can do anything,” he says. And Kobborg has had more creative freedom on this project than any he’s worked on. “Hats off to Sergei,” he says. “It’s very rare.” Continue reading...
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Thomas Tuchel reveals six players could miss Chelsea vs Watford
Not good news for the Blues.
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I’m a Celeb to return tonight after set was destroyed by Storm Arwen
I’m A Celebrity will finally return to TV on Tuesday night after Storm Arwen wreaked havoc on the set.
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OPINION - David Lammy: We are failing a generation of young black Londoners
More than a third of young black Londoners are out of work, double the rate for their white counterparts. I wish I could say the findings of the Standard’s investigation today were shocking, but they confirm what we already knew — that Covid has exacerbated pre-existing disparities and that the fallout from the pandemic has impacted people from black and minority ethnic (Bame) backgrounds more severely in every respect.
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Prince Harry's angry outburst after reporter 'kicked wasps's nest' with question
In a BBC documentary broadcast last night about Prince William and Prince Harry's relationships with the media, one reporter from Sky News recalled an incident where Harry gave her short shrift for asking a question
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DIY couple transform van into stylish home and quit their jobs to go travelling
The couple quadrupled the value of their Mercedes Sprinter van - from £11K to £45K.
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Health chiefs recall batches of blood pressure pills because they contain cancer-causing chemical
Blood pressure pill, irbesartan, taken by millions of Britons has been recalled after the UK's drug watchdog found unacceptable levels of a cancer causing chemical in nearly 45 batches.
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Mum with 'tired' bloodshot eyes told she has potentially deadly brain tumour
Believing she had conjunctivitis, mum-of-four Kirsty saw her GP in November 2019, which led to her being diagnosed with a potentially fatal brain tumour
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Stalker, 29, faces jail for staring at model through her tattoo shop window up to ten times a day
Yusuf El-Habachi, 29, began to torment Helen Green in 2013 by repeatedly walking past her parlour in Soho, central London, and looking at her.
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Patrick Bamford's position in the striker battle for England's 2022 World Cup squad
Patrick Bamford made a successful return from his ankle injury for Leeds' Under-23s and faces a fight to force his way into Gareth Southgate's World Cup plans
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