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Baby girl’s parents arrested for murder as after she suffered catastrophic injuries at two days old

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A baby girl’s parents have been arrested on suspicion of murder after doctors switched off her life support, five months after she had been brought into hospital with catastrophic injuries. 

Two-day-old Keira-Mae was rushed to Barnsley Hospital on May 16 and police attended after seeing the state of her injuries.

At 2.50pm on Monday, doctors at the hospital switched off the baby girl’s life support, as she never recovered from her injuries. 

Mother Aimee, 31, and father Alex, 38, run a dog kennel business from their red-brick semi-detached home in Dale Close, Athersley, Barnsley, South Yorkshire.

Aimee, 31, and Alex Jones, 38, from Atherley, Barnsley, are being questioned by police over the death of their daughter, Keira-Mae, who died on Monday after suffering 'catastrophic injuries' in May

Aimee, 31, and Alex Jones, 38, from Atherley, Barnsley, are being questioned by police over the death of their daughter, Keira-Mae, who died on Monday after suffering ‘catastrophic injuries’ in May 

Both parents are being questioned by police over the circumstances surrounding their daughter’s death.

Neighbours said the Jones were caring for about 16 dogs in kennels in their back garden.

‘My girlfriend spoke to Aimee a few times recently and Aimee was saying that doctors at the hospital wanted to turn off her daughter’s life support machine because she was not very well,’ said the neighbour.

‘We never saw them bring the little girl home and don’t know how she got injured.’

Another resident said: ‘It is a horrible thing to happen and I feel so sorry for the little girl.’

In July Aimee posted on her Facebook page: ‘Our baby girl Keira-Mae has been in intensive care since 16th May 2020. 

‘We were recently told to start making memories with her, and our minds were blank as to what kind of things we could do.’

South Yorkshire Police stated that a 31-year-old woman and a 38-year-old man, both from Athersley, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are currently in police custody for questioning by detectives.

Detective Chief Inspector Phil Etheridge, the senior investigating officer, said: ‘The injuries suffered by this little girl when she was just two days old were so catastrophic that she could not recover and her life support was withdrawn after four months.

‘Our thoughts are with those affected and our specialist officers are supporting them throughout this incredibly difficult time.

Neighbours said the Jones were caring for about 16 dogs in kennels in their back garden

Neighbours said the Jones were caring for about 16 dogs in kennels in their back garden

‘We have a dedicated team of officers assigned to this investigation. Two people are in custody and we are working hard to establish the exact circumstances leading up to this child’s death.’

‘I know that the local community will be shocked and deeply saddened to hear of her death and it’s important that people feel able to talk about their concerns but I urge everyone to be mindful of what they post on social media, and not to speculate on what may have occurred. 

‘If you have information that may assist, it’s important that this is passed to the police to form part of the investigation.’

Anyone with concerns or information is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident number 207 of 16 Sept 2020.

Alternatively, you can stay completely anonymous by contacting the independent charity Crimestoppers via their website Crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling their UK Contact Centre on 0800 555 111.

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Tamara Ecclestone gives birth to second daughter Serena in Switzerland

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Tamara Ecclestone has given birth to a baby girl who she has called Serena, MailOnline can reveal.

The 35-year-old socialite, daughter of billionaire former Formula one boss Bernie Ecclestone, gave birth in a hospital near Bern in Switzerland a week ago.

Serena is her and husband Jay Rutland’s second child. They already have a five-year-old daughter Sophia, who has got her wish of a baby sister.

Surprise! Tamara Eccletone and her husband Jay Rutland have quietly welcomed a second daughter in Switzerland. Pictured in October 2019

Surprise! Tamara Eccletone and her husband Jay Rutland have quietly welcomed a second daughter in Switzerland. Pictured in October 2019 

Tamara’s delighted father Bernie confirmed the news from his home in Gstaad in the Swiss Alps on Wednesday, telling MailOnline: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to be a grandfather again.

‘Tamara gave birth to a little girl seven days ago in the same hospital that my son Ace was born in. Mother and baby are doing brilliantly. She’s a beautiful little thing.

‘She has named her Serena and both of them have been already out on the town together around Gstaad.

Low-key: The couple, already six-year-old daughter Sophia, had kept the pregnancy quiet

Low-key: The couple, already six-year-old daughter Sophia, had kept the pregnancy quiet

‘Serena and Ace are very close in age and so will be able to play together when they’re a little older. I’m delighted that Serena is with us at last. I’m getting quite the collection of grandkids!’

Speaking to Hello! magazine last year Tamara, Bernie’s eldest daughter, revealed that she and Jay were trying for another child.

And she said that Sophia – nicknamed Fifi – had wanted a little sister.

She said: ‘She’s been talking about how much she wants a sibling, and for the first time I’m open to the idea.

‘She really wants a sister, but certainly not a brother – she’s very girlie and thinks boys are smelly.

Expecting: In July, the television personality visited her baby brother Ace with Fifi for the first time and her bump was just visible underneath a loose fitting khaki T-shirt  (pictured)

Expecting: In July, the television personality visited her baby brother Ace with Fifi for the first time and her bump was just visible underneath a loose fitting khaki T-shirt  (pictured)

‘Having another baby is obviously scary because it would mean a big change, but I’m definitely up for it.’

Tamara and Jay, 39, met in early 2013 and were married just a month later.

The birth of their daughter is some much-needed happy news for the couple after

the £50million robbery at the couple’s palatial home in West London last December.

They are spending time in Switzerland with Bernie, 89, and his wife Fabiana Flosi, 44, who gave birth to Ace in the summer.

Tamara shared her joy at having a baby brother for the first time and joked that he will surrounded by the love of the ‘family of girls’. 

Baby brother: The happy news comes just months after her father Bernie welcomed his fourth child, a son named Ace, aged 89

Baby brother: The happy news comes just months after her father Bernie welcomed his fourth child, a son named Ace, aged 89

The happy news comes just months after her father Bernie welcomed his fourth child, a son named Ace, aged 89. 

In July, the television personality was pictured visiting her baby brother for the first time in Switzerland and her bump was just visible underneath a loose fitting khaki T-shirt.  

Of his birth, she exclusively told MailOnline: ‘We couldn’t be happier and it’s such a special time. It’s also so lovely to have a little brother after always being a family of girls!’ 

Tamara has managed to keep her pregnancy quiet on social media, carefully uploading photos where her bump is strategically covered or of just her face. 

Back in 2017, Tamara spoke about how she was open to expanding the family after previously thinking she simply ‘couldn’t love another child as much as Fifi’. 

The heiress said she was considering having another baby because Sophia was about to start to school.

She has previously been mum-shamed for her sometimes unconventional parenting methods.

The Formula 1 heiress, whose father Bernie has an estimated $3.3billion fortune, found herself at the centre of an unexpected social media storm after posting images of her breastfeeding Sophia, who was aged three at the time.

Some users slammed her for oversharing, telling her the images were ‘gross’ and that there was ‘no need’ for her to post pictures of her ‘t*** hanging out’ but Tamara is keen to block out the noise and focus on her daughter.

”It’s annoying that parenting is one of those things that people are just so opinionated on,’ she said in response to the haters.

‘Everyone’s journey is so different and it’s something you shouldn’t intrude in. 

Everyone has opinions and everyone is so quick to tell you theirs but I feel you should just take a step back and take direction from your baby and listen to your gut; it’s an instinct that you have.’

The doting mum stopped breastfeeding when Sophia was aged four and donated her unused milk to mothers who needed it. 

Mum-shamers: The Formula 1 heiress found herself at the centre of an unexpected social media storm after posting images of her breastfeeding Sophia, who was aged three at the time

Mum-shamers: The Formula 1 heiress found herself at the centre of an unexpected social media storm after posting images of her breastfeeding Sophia, who was aged three at the time

During an episode of Zoe Hardman and Georgia Dayton’s new Podcast Made By Mammas last year she said: ‘No more breastfeeding for me now – we stopped at the end of last summer.’

Tamara added that her daughter, who she lovingly calls Fifi ‘still sometimes says “Mummy boo boo” and I’m like: “No we’re done! The milk has all gone!”’

‘She’s getting her head around it. It was a big part of her life I suppose so it’s no surprise she has a trigger and misses it, Tamara pointed out, adding that she doesn’t feel like she’s missing out on bonding time since stopping feeding.

‘It was such a bond breastfeeding Fifi but to be honest she still falls asleep with her head on my boob so we still have that bond. At some point she was going to stop and she did it when she was ready,’ she explained. 

Tamara married her former stockbroker husband Jay in an estimated £7million wedding in front of 150 guests at the Riviera’s most luxurious hotel in 2013. 

She was sheathed in a couture Vera Wang gown complete with 30 ft train and crystals on the bodice.

And she took her first dance as Mrs Rutland to a cover of Lionel Richie’s Endless Love, performed live by Mariah Carey — hired for £2.5 million. Miss Carey also sang her new single Beautiful.

Sir Elton John also played an hour-long set on Monday night, dedicating his song Circle Of Life, from the soundtrack to Disney film The Lion King, to the happy couple. It is thought the singer was paid £1 million to attend.

Wealthy: Bernie has an estimated $3.3billion fortune (pictured with daughters Petra left and Tamara right in 2017)

Wealthy: Bernie has an estimated $3.3billion fortune (pictured with daughters Petra left and Tamara right in 2017)

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No10 denies Boris Johnson wore makeup on his HANDS during address to the nation on new Covid curbs

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Downing Street has denied that Boris Johnson wore makeup on his hands during last night’s TV address, as figures show his latest statement drew only half the audience he attracted earlier in the pandemic. 

The Prime Minister was mocked on social media for sporting what appeared to be a heavy layer of makeup before going on camera, with some pictures suggesting his hands may have received some cosmetic treatment too.

One user wrote: ‘If Boris Johnson had worn any more makeup for this Covid briefing he’d be morphing into Donald Trump, which would be hilarious if it wasn’t actually his biggest goal in life.’

A second noted: ‘Damn Boris has got some serious makeup on.’

In response to a tweet from Tory MP Ben Bradley, who said it was ‘good to see the boss looking well again,’ another said: ‘Give over. More make-up than a pantomime dame.’

However, when MailOnline asked if the premier had applied makeup to his hands, a No10 spokesman said: ‘No.’

Downing Street has denied that Boris Johnson wore makeup on his hands during last night's TV address

Downing Street has denied that Boris Johnson wore makeup on his hands during last night’s TV address

The Prime Minister was mocked on social media for sporting what appeared to be a heavy layer of makeup before going on camera, with some pictures suggesting his hands may have received some cosmetic treatment too

The Prime Minister was mocked on social media for sporting what appeared to be a heavy layer of makeup before going on camera, with some pictures suggesting his hands may have received some cosmetic treatment too

Boris Johnson ordered the British public to obey his draconian new coronavirus restrictions – or face an economically devastating second national lockdown

Boris Johnson ordered the British public to obey his draconian new coronavirus restrictions – or face an economically devastating second national lockdown 

Ten million Britons tuned in to watch the premier announce new restrictions on Tuesday, but his first address to the nation back in March, when lockdown was formally imposed, attracted more than double that number. 

A body language expert told FEMAIL that Mr Johnson’s ‘stern’ expression and dramatic hand gestures during the statement ‘showed a very clear intention to try to rally the troops’.

Judi James said: ‘Re-energised, revitalised and lacking the body language signals of regret and gloom that hung like a cloud during his Commons speech in the afternoon, Boris’s gesticulation and the way he held the camera with a gleaming, stern-but-kindly eye expression during his address tonight showed a very clear intention to try to rally the troops for one last thrust to win the war.

‘Appearing at a desk to signal maximum authority for this quasi-wartime address to the nation, his forward-leaning posture and his attacking gestures suggested a desire to lean right into our living rooms to shake us into action. 

‘Apart from some comfortable meshed hands and a self-comfort thumb-rub that hinted at some anxiety behind the electric performance, Boris was purely in fight mode.  

‘His hands balled into fists so tight his knuckles whitened and within moments the fist were punching away or rattling in mid-air or even coming towards our screens on one occasion when, in his desire to rouse us, he looked almost as though he were in 3D.’

She added: ‘It was a short address but his clear objective was to look spirited and re-energised and to motivate the public with the same kind of performance he used to motivate voters for Brexit.

‘Stern’ Boris Johnson’s dramatic hand gestures during his national address ‘showed clear intention to try to rally the troops’, body language expert claims 

Boris Johnson’s ‘stern’ expression and dramatic hand gestures during his national address ‘showed a very clear intention to try to rally the troops’, a body language expert has claimed.

In a televised speech from Downing Street, the Prime Minister, flanked by a Union Jack, said he was ‘deeply, spiritually reluctant’ to make new ‘impositions, or infringe anyone’s freedom’ after unveiling new measures in Parliament today.

Boris, 56, who is engaged to Carrie Symonds – who gave birth to their son Wilfred in April, appeared to ‘re-energised and revitalised’, according to body language guru Judi James.

She told FEMAIL, Boris was: ‘Re-energised, revitalised and lacking the body language signals of regret and gloom that hung like a cloud during his Commons speech in the afternoon.’

Commenting on Boris’ body language throughout his address, Judi said: ‘Re-energised, revitalised and lacking the body language signals of regret and gloom that hung like a cloud during his Commons speech in the afternoon, Boris’s gesticulation and the way he held the camera with a gleaming, stern-but-kindly eye expression during his address tonight showed a very clear intention to try to rally the troops for one last thrust to win the war. 

‘Appearing at a desk to signal maximum authority for this quasi-wartime address to the nation, his forward-leaning posture and his attacking gestures suggested a desire to lean right into our living rooms to shake us into action.

‘Apart from some comfortable meshed hands and a self-comfort thumb-rub that hinted at some anxiety behind the electric performance, Boris was purely in fight mode.

‘His hands balled into fists so tight his knuckles whitened and within moments the fist were punching away or rattling in mid-air or even coming towards our screens on one occasion when, in his desire to rouse us, he looked almost as though he were in 3D.’ 

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‘As intentional gestures go, his 33 – plus punches told us that Boris was back and leading from the front again.

‘Ritualised combat rituals like this are often letting off surplus energy, but in Boris’s case they appeared to be used for intrapersonal reasons though, i.e. to motivate and energise himself as much as his audience.

‘The contrast between his Commons speech was obvious as the expressions of regret and personal pain were gone and in their place were part-smiles and messages of huge hope.’

It comes after the Prime Minister was the subject of a deeply unflattering portrait published last week, which suggested a man with ‘misery etched on his face’ as Covid and money troubles wear down the formally ‘ebullient’ and ‘cajoling’ figure of old.

The article in the Times suggested that the combination of his own brush with death, dealing with the pandemic and personal financial concerns had taken a terrible toll on the usually jovial PM. 

Allies of Mr Johnson, who was rushed into intensive care earlier this year after catching coronavirus, responded with anger at the gloomy portrayal of the Prime Minister’s mood, fitness and health. 

One voiced dismay at the ‘brutal’ and personal nature of the briefings given to the newspaper.  

Matt Hancock said Boris Johnson is not only healthy, but ‘enormously, enormously vigorous’ in response to the claims.

He said: ‘Yes of course absolutely, he’s enormously, enormously vigorous and I think it’s important to recognise that this is a really big moment.

‘The seriousness of the decisions we take can’t be overestimated and we’re making judgments about how to protect the health of the nation and how to save tens of thousands of lives whilst balancing that with the enormous social and economic and health impacts of the measures that we have to take.

‘These are huge decisions and very weighty ones and so it’s hugely understandable that the people making them should be taking them extremely seriously.’

But the reports come just one month after the father-in-law of key Johnson aide Dominic Cummings sparked speculation that Mr Johnson was hit so severely by his own serious Covid illness in the spring that he would quit No 10 in six months’ time.

Sir Humphry Wakefield apparently let slip the remark to a visitor to the family’s 13th Century, Grade I-listed Chillingham Castle in Northumberland, with the keen horse-rider warning: ‘If you put a horse back to work when it’s injured, it will never recover.’

The reports were strenuously denied by both Downing Street and Mr Johnson himself.

However, the denials have not stopped even one senior Minister from privately speculating that the Prime Minister will not lead his party into the next Election expected in 2024. 

Mr Johnson yesterday announced a wave of new restrictions designed to stop the spread of coronavirus. 

One social media user wrote: 'If Boris Johnson had worn any more makeup for this Covid briefing he'd be morphing into Donald Trump, which would be hilarious if it wasn't actually his biggest goal in life'

One social media user wrote: ‘If Boris Johnson had worn any more makeup for this Covid briefing he’d be morphing into Donald Trump, which would be hilarious if it wasn’t actually his biggest goal in life’

A second noted: 'Damn Boris has got some serious makeup on'

A second noted: ‘Damn Boris has got some serious makeup on’

In response to a tweet from Tory MP Ben Bradley, who said it was 'good to see the boss looking well again,' another said: 'Give over. More make-up than a pantomime dame'

In response to a tweet from Tory MP Ben Bradley, who said it was ‘good to see the boss looking well again,’ another said: ‘Give over. More make-up than a pantomime dame’

Another Twitter user, Joanna Lloyd, tweeted: 'His make up artist is terrible' and included the hashtag 'Boris Johnson'

Another Twitter user, Joanna Lloyd, tweeted: ‘His make up artist is terrible’ and included the hashtag ‘Boris Johnson’

He imposed a 10pm curfew on pubs, bars and restaurants across England from tomorrow, extended rules on the mandatory wearing of face coverings and also urged workers to work from home where they can.

Members of Sage said the curfew would not be enough to slow the rate of infection.

But Mr Johnson insisted his approach was based on trying to ‘balance saving lives with protecting jobs and livelihoods’.

However, he said he reserved the right to ‘deploy greater fire power’ should it be necessary.

Mr Johnson warned that that the curbs may have to be left in place for six months, potentially ruining families Christmases and New Year celebrations, and taking the total time spent under coronavirus restrictions of some kind up to a calendar year. 

The 10pm curfew on the hospitality sector sparked an immediate industry backlash as the UKHospitality group said it was ‘another crushing blow’ 

Chief executive Kate Nicholls said: ‘It is hard to understand how these measures are the solution to fighting the disease when Government data shows that just five per cent of infections out of the home are related to hospitality.’

At the same time Tory MPs warned there must not be another ‘major lockdown’. 

They said the decision to ditch the back to work drive will cause widespread ‘dismay’ among workers who live in ‘cramped, overcrowded accommodation’. 

‘Six months’ of curbs at a glance

  • All pubs, bars and restaurants in England will be subject to a 10pm curfew from Thursday, with the PM adamant that premises must kick out all of their customers by the cut off point. 
  • The Hospitality sector will also be restricted to table service only as the Government outlawed drinkers making a trip to the bar. 
  • All retail workers and customers in indoor hospitality settings will be required to wear masks  – except when they are seated to eat or drink.
  • All workers who can work from home are now being encouraged to do so from tomorrow. 
  • Fines for breaking the rule of six and for failing to wear a face covering are increasing to £200 for a first offence. 
  • The police will now have the option of asking the military for support with soldiers potentially being drafted in to fulfil office roles and guard protected sites in order to allow officers more time to crackdown on rule-breakers. 
  • The number of people allowed to attend weddings in England is being slashed to 15 from Monday but the number of people allowed to attend a funeral will remain at 30.  
  • Plans for the partial return of sports fans to stadiums on October 1 has been paused.
  • Rule of six exemptions are being tightened to ban indoor team sports like five-a-side-football matches.  
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Man became ‘instantly’ sick after eating half of a KFC burger without realising it was uncooked  

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A man who became unwell after eating an uncooked burger from a popular fast food chain has blasted the outlet’s response to his complaint.

Brandon Jones, 22, who lives in Telford, Shropshire, claimed he purchased the Zinger burger from KFC and was halfway through the meal when he realised the meal was ‘more crunchy than usual’.  

After turning on the light, Brandon said he realised the chicken appeared to be ‘uncooked and completely pink’, making him instantly sick.  

The 22-year-old went on to claim he experienced difficulties in raising a complaint with KFC and said he hasn’t had a response almost 24 hours after initially contacting them. 

Mail Online contacted KFC for comment.  

Brandon Jones, 22, who lives in Telford, Shropshire, has blasted KFC for serving him an 'uncooked' Zinger burger (pictured)

Brandon Jones, 22, who lives in Telford, Shropshire, has blasted KFC for serving him an ‘uncooked’ Zinger burger (pictured)

Brandon, who purchased a KFC Zinger burger yesterday evening, said he tried to raise concerns about his takeaway at the restaurant that he ordered from but a manger said they couldn’t help.  

He explained: ‘After eating half of the zinger burger (in the dark), I realised the chicken was more crunchy than usual, so I turned my light on.

‘To my surprise, the chicken was uncooked and completely pink. It instantly made me physically sick.’

He continued: ‘I contacted KFC via phone and the manager told me they can’t do anything without seeing the food.

Brandon (pictured) said he had eaten half of his meal in the dark, when he turned on the light to see why it tasted 'more crunchy than usual'

Brandon (pictured) said he had eaten half of his meal in the dark, when he turned on the light to see why it tasted ‘more crunchy than usual’ 

Brandon claims staff at the store he purchased his takeaway (pictured) refused to resolve the situation and he has had difficulties contacting a representative by phone

Brandon claims staff at the store he purchased his takeaway (pictured) refused to resolve the situation and he has had difficulties contacting a representative by phone 

‘I drove down and showed it to one of their staff members, and the manager and they were completely shocked.

‘The manager said they can’t deal with it there so she gave me a number for the ‘”customer care team”.’

He continued: ‘The number didn’t even work, she gave me an old number, so I took it upon myself to use their live chat function.

‘I was then told it has to be dealt with by the senior care team and they’re email only.’

Brandon claimed KFC provided the wrong information to make a complaint more than once and almost 24 hours since his purchase, the issue still hasn’t be resolved. 

Brandon's complaint follows KFC's recent decision to pause use of their classic Finger Lickin' Good slogan. Pictured: The Zinger Stacker burger

Brandon’s complaint follows KFC’s recent decision to pause use of their classic Finger Lickin’ Good slogan. Pictured: The Zinger Stacker burger

He explained: ‘They gave me an incorrect email due to a ‘typo’ after waiting to chat to someone for an hour on live chat.

‘I finally emailed the care team direct and I’m currently awaiting a reply from them.’

The complaint comes a month after KFC made a statement announcing they will temporarily stop using their classic Finger Lickin’ Good slogan after 64 years amid the ongoing pandemic.

The restaurant chain have now reopened the majority of their stores with additional health and safety policies in place, following their closure during the lockdown in March.

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