Six patients became lucky as they were chosen for a meeting with the Queen during her visit. One of them was Keeley Ward and her newly born baby, who happened to meet Her Majesty 12 hours after he was born. Mrs. Ward gave birth to the kid at 2.40 am on the day that had the Queen's visit scheduled. Mother of the new born talked to the Queen about the infant.
A recent survey has revealed that more than one fifth of the people in UK do not have any saving, with only 35% of them possessing less than £500 each as savings.
On an encouraging note, the study explained, the number of people adopting measures of savings has reached 47%, growing from 40% in August 2009.
Bob Crow, the leader of the rail workers' union, said that members would be re-voted over a national strike after the high court stopped a four day halt that had been planned for the coming week.
Crow irritably sacked claims that the early vote, in which a diminutive mass of Rail Maritime and Transport union members supported the strike, was defective.