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Logan Taylor, three, and his baby brother Jake Casey, two (pictured together, top right), died during a fatal blaze on February 20, 2016, despite desperate attempts to save them.Bains was today jailed after the judge concluded the harm caused by his failure not to fit the alarms 'could not have been more serious'.A property manager whose failure to fit smoke alarms at a house was 'a significant cause' in the deaths of two young boys in a fire has been jailed for 12 months.Kamal Bains (pictured left, outside court) repeatedly ignored requests to install smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors at a rented property (bottom right) his company maintained.In the piece titled 'How I live on a £69,500 salary while saving to buy a two-bedroom flat', Kate explains the cut backs she has made while saving for her first home.Readers were left baffled by the piece taking to Twitter to complain that Miss Donovan could live 'comfortably' on that salary.The former Foreign Secretary waded back into the political fray as the Prime Minister struggles to contain open warfare in the Tory party.Mr Johnson triggered chaos in the government on Monday last week when he resigned days after Mrs May forced her Chequers Brexit plan through Cabinet.
The clashes, at a raucous last questions session before the summer recess, came after Mrs May narrowly fended off a potentially existential challenge to her negotiating strategy last night.
Searle, who had been married for 45 years for her murdered his wife, looked straight ahead and showed no reaction as he was jailed.
Gary Searle, 44, (inset) has forgiven his partner Anastasia Pomiateeva (right) and says the trauma has 'brought us closer together' but refuses to extend the same forgiveness to his father.
However, she was ordered to move publicly and was left 'humiliated'.
The Mountain View-based company is the most popular search engine in the world and this fine, set to be announced at 12pm BST will take the firm to .7 billion (£5.1 billion) in EU fines since 2017.The veteran popstar - who was previously given £400,000 by the police in an out-of-court settlement last year - was today awarded £210,000 damages, which is set to rise at a later date.A teary Sir Cliff (left) hugged friends after the judge gave his decision and told reporters he was 'choked up', adding: 'I can't believe it.He said: Me and Anastasia just love each other so much.