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Moors mother resumes hunt

The mother of a 12-year-old victim of the Moors Murderers said she hopes her son's body will be found while Ian Brady is still alive, because that would "kill" him.

Keith Bennett was snatched by Brady and his accomplice Myra Hindley in 1964 as he was making his way to his grandmother's house near Manchester.

A privately funded search for the youngster's grave is now under way on Saddleworth Moor, and his mother, Winnie Johnson (76) said she hopes to find her son and bury him.

"That's all I want out of life now because I want him found before I die, and before Brady dies, and that will kill Brady."

Ex-nanny sues Heather Mills

Heather Mills' former nanny will today launch a legal battle against her ex-employer.

Sara Trumble (25) is seeking compensation over allegations of sex discrimination and unfair dismissal.

Ms Trumble, of Westfield, East Sussex, also alleges she suffered changes to her employment terms following her maternity leave.

Mills, of Robertsbridge, East Sussex, was awarded £24.3m (€26m) following her high profile divorce from Beatle Paul McCartney in 2008.

Paparazzi snap in airport clash

A battle by a pair of paparazzi at Los Angeles International Airport ended with one of them in the hospital and the other in jail.

Stefan Saad (42) was arrested on suspicion of felony battery after the scuffle with another photographer as the two tried to get a spot on an airport curb for a shot of singer Pixie Lott.

Saad was released on bail while the second photographer, who was not named, was treated in hospital.

Chinese plot more 'highs'

Chinese chemical factories are planning to outsmart the British authorities by providing more "legal highs" if it bans mephedrone.

Sky News said it had discovered an entire new generation of chemical highs including substances such as bmethylone, butylone and MDPV.