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Archie Battersbee's mum praised for 'tenacious battle' by The Apprentice's Karren Brady
The Apprentice star Karren Brady praised the mum of Archie Battersbee who died on Saturday (August 6), aged 12.Archie's heartbroken mother Hollie Dance confirmed that the youngster died at The Royal London Hospital on Saturday afternoon after being in a coma for four months.The pre-teen was discovered unconscious by his mum on April 7 with a ligature over his head.READ MORE: Piers Morgan 'heartbroken' as Archie Battersbee's mum confirms his devastating deathShe believes that he may have been taking part in the Blackout Challenge – a disturbing trend which sees young people try various methods to make themselves unconscious.His parents, Hollie and Paul Battersbee had campaigned for weeks, including an application to the United Nations committee to request that the ending of his treatment be postponed.Now, Baroness Brady has paid tribute to young Archie as well as praising his parents for their dedication to their son.Writing in her column for The Sun, the Vice-Chairman of West Ham United penned: "No mother could have done more, Hollie has barely left his side for eight weeks, sleeping on a chair next to his hospital bed," before adding that "all of us" had been praying for a miracle during Archie's treatment.The businesswoman continued: "My heart goes out to Archie’s parents and family, o parent will ever be able to willingly accept that their darling child has died."I admire Hollie for the tenacious battle that she has fought on Archie's behalf, what a tremendous mother she is, and I wish her strength over the coming weeks and months."Confirming Archie's devastating death, Hollie said: "It's with my deepest sympathy and sadness to tell you Archie passed at 12.15 today (June 6).For more of the latest showbiz news from
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Archie Battersbee's mum shares new pic as she reveals son 'fought until the end'
READ MORE: Archie Battersbee dies after last-ditch effort to stop life support switch-off failsMum Hollie said outside the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, east London, this afternoon that Archie "fought right until the very end".She said: "In sadness, Archie passed at 12.15pm today."I would just like to say I am the proudest mum in the world.Archie had found unconscious with a ligature over his head by his mother on April 7.Although he was rushed to hospital he never regained consciousness.Hollie thinks the 12-year-old may have been taking part in the Blackout Challenge, a disturbing online trend that sees young people use various dangerous techniques to cause themselves to become unconscious.His mum told LBC about the dangerous challenge: "If you have to use Archie as the topic to address it, just please sit down with your children with regards to these online challenges."Once you look into it, they’re so frightening."[It’s] heartbreaking, because I think, if I’d known about these challenges I could have had that conversation with him even the day before."And I know that I would have been really firm with that conversation, and we wouldn’t be here now."Dr Nick Flynn explained to the Irish Examiner the effects of the blackout challenge. He said: "What is actually going on in the brain is a lack of oxygen similar to when someone is drowning, choking, or having a cardiac arrest.
Archie Battersbee - India's 'most wanted' who hid in plain sight for 30 years and even acted in 28 films - dailystar.co.uk - India
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India's 'most wanted' who hid in plain sight for 30 years and even acted in 28 films
criminals" in an Indian state hid in plain sight for 30 years, acting in whopping 28 films in that period.Om Prakash - also known as Pasha - was wanted by police in the northern Indian state of Haryana for three decades on suspicion of murder and robbery before being found.The former Indian army employee, 65, hid in the neighbouring state of Uttar Pradesh where he assumed a brand-new life with official documents before marrying a local woman and raising three children together, reports the BBC.READ MORE: Archie Battersbee dies after last-ditch effort to stop life support switch-off failsHis luck game to a grinding halt this week, however, when officers arrested the frail man from his slum home in Ghaziabad city.Before this though he managed to great deal done - he acted in 28 low-budget films and drove a touring truck through villages as part of a religious singing group.Pasha is now in custody and hasn't responded to the accusations against him, but Sub-Inspector Vivek Kumar of Haryana's Special Task Force (STF) - part of the team who arrested him - told the BBC that he blamed an alleged accomplice for the 1992 murder he is accused of.A few days after Pasha's arrest hit the headlines, the BBC went in search of his family to hear their side of the story - taking the reporter three-and-a-half hours to track them down in the Harbans Nagar slum.They discovered Rajkumari, his wife of 25 years, and two of his three children - a 21-year-old son and 14-year-old daughter.His wife told the BBC the family was still in shock, and had "no idea" and about "alleged criminal past" - still trying to wrap their heads around the situation.The family then went on to accuse Pasha of betrayal.
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The Seekers hitmaker Judith Durham dies aged 79 after chronic illness
Noise11.com.Australian luminaries, including the prime minister Anthony Albanese, have paid tribute to the singing sensation.Describing Judith as a ‘national treasure and an Australian icon,’ Albanese wrote on Twitter: ‘Judith Durham gave voice to a new strand of our identity and helped blaze a trail for a new generation of Aussie artists.‘Her kindness will be missed by many, the anthems she gave to our nation will never be forgotten.’Judith soared to fame in the 1960s as a member of the folk/pop quartet The Seekers, where she was on vocals, piano and tambourine.The trailblazing group scored a slew of top 10 hits with songs such as A World of Our Own and Morningtown Ride.With single I’ll Never Find Another You, The Seekers enjoyed global success, reaching number one in the UK, where it was the seventh best-selling track for 1965, and number four in the US.In fact, the four-piece were the first Aussie band to have had a top five hit in their home country, the UK and the United States and have now sold over 50million records worldwide.After enjoying record-breaking international success, Judith parted ways with The Seekers to pursue a solo career.She recorded multiple albums including Mona Lisas and Let Me Find Love until 2013, when she released her final LP, It’s Christmas Time.  Archie Battersbee dies in hospital after life support withdrawn, family confirmsSix arrested after 'lethal brawl breaks out at holiday park over football match''Real class' - William Saliba responds to Arsenal legend Martin KeownJudith was born on July 3, 1943 in Victoria, Australia, to a navigator father and his wife, Hazel.During her childhood, she lived in Tasmania and Melbourne, where she started her singing career in jazz clubs at the age of
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Archie Battersbee: The sickening TikTok challenge that left 12-year-old in coma
TikTok challenge is what left 12-year-old Archie Battersbee in a coma, according to his mum, as the tragic boy's life support is due to be switched off.The boy has been in a coma since he was found unconscious by his mother in April and is being kept alive by a combination of medical interventions - including ventilation and drug treatments at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, east London.But now, all legal routes have been exhausted and the schoolboy's life support is due to be switched off at 10am today, August 6.READ MORE:Met Police shoot armed man in London before Air Ambulance flies him to hospitalThe High Court ruled he could not move to a hospice because of the risk included, while the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) said it would not intervene because the case "fell outside" its scope.Archie was found unconscious with a ligature over his head on April 7 by his mother Hollie Dance.Hollie thinks he may have been taking part in the Blackout Challenge, a disturbing online trend that sees young people try different destructive methods to cause themselves to become unconscious.His mum told LBC about the dangerous challenge: "If you have to use Archie as the topic to address it, just please sit down with your children with regards to these online challenges."Once you look into it, they’re so frightening.
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Archie Battersbee's parents lose final Supreme Court bid keep on life support
READ MORE: Surgeon successfully separates conjoined twins with fused brains after 27-hour operationNews from the Supreme Court comes 24 hours after a Court of Appeal hearing ruled Archie's life support to be switched off on Tuesday. Refusing to give up and fighting to the very end, Archie's parents took their legal challenge further but have been handed the same heart-breaking verdict.Archie had initially been due to have his life support switched off at the Royal London Hospital at 2pm on Monday after a High Court judge ruled it was in his best interests.But the Government asked the court to “urgently consider” a request from the UN to continue the 12-year-old's treatment.Archie was found unconscious with a ligature over his head on April 7 by his mother Hollie Dance.Hollie thinks he may have been taking part in the Blackout Challenge, a disturbing online trend that sees young people try different destructive methods to cause themselves to become unconscious.Doctors believe Archie is brain-stem dead and say continued life support is not in his best interests.Barts Health NHS Trust told the family this weekend that they planned on ending Archie's treatment today.Hollie said the family have had “no support whatsoever” from the trust.Hollie previously told Sky News before today's hearing: "I know they come across to the media as supportive and compassionate.
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Jennifer Lawrence carries a personalised Toni Collette water bottle in New York City because didn’t we all love Hereditary?
Jennifer Lawrence was snapped while out and about in New York City on Sunday, holding a small umbrella to shade herself from the sun – and a very interesting water bottle.The Oscar-winning actress was in good spirits as she strolled around in Manhattan’s West Village, five months after welcoming a baby son with her husband, art dealer Cooke Maroney.She was relaxed in high-waisted loose jeans, a cropped black T-shirt and tan-coloured sandals.Jennifer also carried a navy blue tote bag over her shoulder and wore small oval sunglasses.At one point the star grinned at photographers, but what caught our eye was the fact she had Toni Collette emblazoned on her white aluminium water bottle – because of course.More specifically, the image was Toni starring as Annie in 2018 horror hit Hereditary.Is this Jennifer’s way of declaring her fandom?The bottle looked to feature two memes, with Toni at the top, and appeared to be a custom design.Many would applaud the 31-year-old’s taste, with people seething over Toni being snubbed for her performance in the film at the 2019 Oscars – a film which was scientifically found to be the scariest flick of that year, by the way.The Academy Award nominated actress played a woman grieving the passing of her mentally ill mother, while she and her young daughter go through disturbing, otherworldly experiences linked to generations worth of secrets and trauma in the family.Why wouldn’t you pop that on your water bottle?Jennifer has kept a relatively low profile in recent months since becoming a mother, following her role in the star-studded apocalyptic satire Don’t Look Up alongside Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cat Blachett and Timothée Chalamet.Archie Battersbee's life support will be turned off
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