Railway staff, police officers and members of the public have saved over 1,100 people in 2015/16, having intervened in potential suicide attempts on Britain’s railway. That’s according to figures released by Network Rail. 112 of these are in Network Rail’s Wessex region, which stretches from Waterloo to Surrey, Hampshire and Dorset. Read More
Two mothers whose sons took their own lives are joining forces to pile pressure on the Government to ban websites selling ‘death in a bag’ suicide kits.
Patti Boyle, 54, of Purley, and Joanna Lane, 64, of Coulsdon, will march on Westminster today armed with a petition to demand ministers shut down websites “earning money from the death of our children”.