Mail On Sunday (15 October 2016)
At last Harry hero gets his medal, all thanks to the Mail on Sunday: Veteran who served alongside the Prince in Afghanistan receives the award he should have had EIGHT years ago
An Army veteran who served alongside Prince Harry in Afghanistan has at last been given the service medal he should have received eight years ago – thanks to The Mail on Sunday.
Last week, this newspaper reported how Sergeant Deane Smith had lost a court battle for ownership of his Operational Service Medal. It went missing shortly before it was due to be presented to him at a ceremony in 2008, at which the Prince and others who served with the Household Cavalry were given their honours.
Mail On Sunday (9 October 2016)
Sergeant Deane Smith had been due to be presented his medal in 2008. He served alongside Prince Harry in the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Mr Smith, 44, was told that his medal had been lost - but he contacted police when it turned up at a memorabilia fair. This week a court ruled against returning it to him. He repeatedly risked his life for Queen and country while serving alongside Prince Harry in the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan....
Mail On Sunday (11 September 2016)
It is an enduring wartime mystery – the exact fate and final resting place of a Royal Navy spy submarine sunk with the loss of all its crew in 1914.
And for Keith Hiscock, one of Britain’s leading marine biologists, the loss is also a personal tragedy because his grandfather was among 25 British sailors on board that day.
Mail On Sunday (4 September 2016)
The NHS is wasting millions of pounds each year by needlessly scrapping vital medical equipment that could be reused.
A Mail on Sunday investigation has found that thousands of crutches, walking frames, sticks and wheelchairs are systematically dumped in skips or never returned to hospitals, costing taxpayers millions.
Mail On Sunday (August 21, 2016)
A father died and his two-year-old daughter was left fighting for her life last night after they were swept into the sea by 10ft waves in Newquay, Cornwall, yesterday. And in a double tragedy, a mother and her son died after a day out at the beach in Aberdeen.
In Newquay, the RNLI and Coastguard managed to rescue the man’s partner, while the couple’s terrified sons looked on from rocks.