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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

John Worboys: 'Parole Board would be really stupid to make same mistake twice', says victim

John Worboys: 'Parole Board would be really stupid to make same mistake twice', says victim

John Worboys: 'Parole Board would be really stupid to make same mistake twice'

A victim of John Worboys has said she is thrilled with the High Court's decision on his release

The report said that none of the suspects after the Westminster attack were arrested on the grounds of their ethnicity or religion

Report: Police need to be wary of religious line of questioning after attacks

Report: Police need to be wary of religious line of questioning after attacks

Police should review how closely terror suspects are questioned about their religion, according to a review

Terrorism: 'If they don't like living here they should go somewhere else instead of harming us', says Katie Perrior

Terrorism: 'If they don't like living here, they should go somewhere else', says Katie Perrior

Terrorism: 'If they don't like living here, they should go somewhere else'

Katie Perrior says communities need to turn on those plotting to harm the UK

Mike Graham and Katie Perrior argue over politicians being 'radical' like Michael Gove

Mike Graham: 'Michael Gove has ruined the school system in this country'

Mike Graham: 'Gove has ruined the school system in this country'

But Katie Perrier claims Michael Gove is a 'radical' who gets things done

'Jeremy Corbyn ran rings round Theresa May' - Prime Minister criticised for response to mental heath at PMQs

'Jeremy Corbyn ran rings round Theresa May' - PM criticised over mental heath services

Theresa May criticised for response to mental heath at PMQs

Theresa May was asked about mental health services by Jeremy Corbyn

John Worboys release decision overturned by High Court

John Worboys release decision overturned by High Court

John Worboys release decision overturned by High Court

Judges ruled the Parole Board must make a 'fresh determination' in the case of John Worboys

'It punishes people who already recycle' - Deposit return scheme met with anger

Deposit return scheme anger: 'It punishes people who already recycle'

'It punishes people who already recycle' - Deposit return scheme met with anger

The plastic deposit return scheme, which is supposed to help people recycle, seems to have angered those who already do...

Non-disclosure agreements were used to silence Weinstein's victims, claims his former assistant

Weinstein victims warned they'd be 'crushed' if they spoke out, says former assistant

Former Harvey Weinstein assistant starts giving evidence to Commons Committee

Zelda Perkins told MPs she left Miramax after Weinstein "sexually assaulted and attempted to rape a colleague"

Jeremy Corbyn faces more criticism over claims 74 anti-Semitism cases haven't been dealt with

Corbyn under fire over backlog of Labour anti-Semitism cases

Corbyn under fire over backlog of Labour anti-Semitism cases

A source has reportedly claimed the 74 cases include 'shocking and blatant' anti-Jewish sentiment

A review of the response to the terror attack has found severe flaws in protocol

Manchester bomb: 'Government has big questions to answer', says Mayor Andy Burnham

Manchester bomb: 'Government has big questions to answer'

Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham says terrorist attack protocol needs more flexibility

Government announces boost to security as Islamist terrorism threat may increase There

Government announces boost to security in face of terrorism threat

Government announces boost to security in face of terrorism threat

Theresa May has warned Britain's enemies that they should be in no doubt the 'every capability at our disposal' will be used to defeat them

UK consumers use an estimated 13 billion plastic drinks bottles a year

Shoppers will pay deposit on plastic bottles in new green scheme

Shoppers will pay deposit on plastic bottles in new green scheme

Consumers will pay a deposit on bottles and cans which is repaid when they hand them in for recycling, under scheme to tackle waste

'If it's so sunny and liberal in California, why can't Mark Zuckerberg answer business questions?', says Damian Collins

Damian Collins: 'If it's so liberal in California, why can't Mark Zuckerberg answer business questions?'

'Mark Zuckerberg is the beating heart of Facebook and needs to give evidence'

MP Damian Collins said high profile people usually recognise it's damaging to their reputation to refuse to appear in front of MPs

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

New Zealand wants to expel Russian spies, but can't find any

New Zealand wants to expel Russian spies, but can't find any

New Zealand wants to expel Russian spies, but can't find any

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said the country will look at other ways to support the international response to the nerve agent attack

Climate change: Mike Graham criticises guest for being condescending

Climate change: Mike Graham calls WWF guest 'condescending'

Climate change: Mike Graham calls WWF guest 'condescending'

Mike Graham and Gareth Redmond-King were discussing the environmental impact of lamb

Boris Johnson slammed for 'sexism' by Commons Speaker John Bercow

Boris Johnson slammed as 'sexist' by Commons Speaker

Boris Johnson slammed as 'sexist' by Commons Speaker

The Foreign Secretary sparked a sexism storm by calling Emily Thornberry 'Lady Nugee'

The Kerslake Report claims that emergency services communicated poorly in the bomb's aftermath

Fire service was left 'outside the loop' after Manchester bomb

Fire service was left 'outside the loop' after Manchester bomb

Report claims Manchester fire service were delayed by two hours after bomb went off

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg refuses to appear at Parliamentary inquiry on fake news

Facebook: Zuckerberg refuses to appear at UK fake news inquiry

Facebook: Zuckerberg refuses to appear at UK fake news inquiry

A letter claims he has asked one of his deputies to attend in his place

Police inspector to be sentenced for murder of detective constable wife

Police inspector to be sentenced for murder of wife

Police inspector to be sentenced for murder of wife

The woman's body was discovered in a lake

Three teenagers charged after man attacked on tram platform

Three teenagers charged after man attacked on tram platform

Three teenagers charged after man attacked on tram platform

Another teenagers has also been arrested and is being questioned by police

Kate and Gerry McCann said they were incredibly grateful for the continued investigation

Madeleine McCann investigation granted further funding

Madeleine McCann investigation granted further funding

Government funding for the investigation has to be agreed every six months

The regime at Brinsford was criticised as being poor for young adults

‘Dreadful increase’ in self harm at British jail

‘Dreadful increase’ in self harm at British jail

Prison inspectors have raised the alarm over a dramatic increase in self-harm at the Brinsford young offenders institution

Ian Austin MP slammed Labour's response to "appalling abuse"

'Ken Livingstone and those guilty of anti-Semitism must be booted out of Labour', says MP

'Ken Livingstone and those guilty of anti-Semitism must be booted out of Labour'

Labour MP Ian Austin says Labour Party leaders need to wake up and understand how serious anti-Semitism is

Sir Malcolm Rifkind thinks the international reaction will have hurt Moscow

Poisoning: 'Putin will be surprised Theresa May achieved international response'

Poisoning: 'Putin will be surprised May achieved international response'

More than 100 Russian spies are being expelled by more than 20 countries

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called Salisbury a "disgraceful" and "brazen" attack

Australian PM backs anti-Russia measures

Australian PM backs anti-Russia measures

Australia expels Russian diplomats, PM calls Salisbury attack ‘brazen’

Monday, March 26, 2018

Monday, March 26, 2018

Bataclan survivor Jesse Hughes criticises students calling for US gun control

Bataclan survivor Jesse Hughes criticises students calling for US gun control

Bataclan survivor Jesse Hughes criticises students calling for US gun control

The frontman of Eagles of Death Metal posted several images online before deleting some

Donald Tusk announces expulsion of Russian diplomats from 14 EU countries

Donald Tusk announces expulsion of Russian diplomats from 14 EU countries

Donald Tusk announces expulsion of Russian diplomats from 14 EU countries

The US has also expelled 60 Russians and ordered the closure of the Russian Consulate in Seattle, Washington

Caller slams Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism accusations

Caller slams Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism accusations

Caller slams Jeremy Corbyn over anti-Semitism accusations

Caller Mark spoke to Mike Graham about accusations of anti-Semitism against Jeremy Corbyn

Mother of police officer killed in France terror attack speaks out

Mother of police officer killed in France terror attack speaks out

Mother of police officer killed in France terror attack speaks out

The mother said she does not feel hatred towards the killer

Community space destroyed in Grenfell Tower fire to be rebuilt

Community space destroyed in Grenfell Tower fire to be rebuilt

Community space destroyed in Grenfell Tower fire to be rebuilt

DIY SOS will rebuild the boxing gym and community hub

The Scout Association told the BBC the handling of the case was 'completely unacceptable'

Scout with autism handed compensation over supervision rules

Family of autistic Scout compensated

Autistic boy handed compensation by Scout Association

Passengers travel on first self-driving mainline train in the UK

Passengers travel on first self-driving mainline train in the UK

Passengers travel on first self-driving mainline train in the UK

The Thameslink train has an automated system which accelerates and brakes

'Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to deal with anti-Semitism is final straw', says Jewish Chronicle

'Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to deal with anti-Semitism is final straw', says Jewish Chronicle

'Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to deal with anti-Semitism is final straw'

Editor of The Jewish Chronicle Stephen Pollard claims the Labour leader has refused to engage in conversation

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has been told by MPs to respond by the end of Monday

Deadline looms for Facebook boss to respond to MPs' leaked data evidence request

Deadline looms for Facebook boss to respond to MPs' leaked data evidence request

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg must respond by end of today

'Even as a staunch feminist, you have to accept at some point babies have rights too', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'Even as a staunch feminist, you have to accept at some point babies have rights too', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'Even as a feminist, you have to accept babies have rights too', says Julia

Julia Hartley-Brewer had a heated debate with Clare Murphy from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service

Jewish community leaders claim Jeremy Corbyn sides with anti-Semites

Jewish community leaders claim Jeremy Corbyn sides with anti-Semites

Jewish community leaders claim Jeremy Corbyn sides with anti-Semites

An open letter by the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Council attacks the Labour leader

'Vote Leave accusations are a last-ditch desperate attempt by remainers against Brexit', says MP

'Vote Leave accusations are a last-ditch, desperate attempt by remainers against Brexit', says MP

'Vote Leave accusations are a last-ditch attempt by remainers against Brexit'

MP Nadine Dorries claims accusations against Vote Leave aren't true

Friday, March 23, 2018

Friday, March 23, 2018

Police release CCTV of burglary where suspects were armed with hammers

Police release CCTV footage of burglary suspects armed with hammers

Police release CCTV footage of burglary suspects armed with hammers

Police are asking for anyone with information to come forward

“We cannot be sure it comes from the Kremlin,” claims Liddle about the poison

Rod Liddle: Government reaction to poisoning was 'petulant, shrill and hysterical'

Rod Liddle: Government reaction to poisoning was 'petulant and hysterical'

Boris Johnson should be sacked for comparing Putin to Hitler, says Liddle

'I get abuse but it doesn't affect me whatsoever', says footballer Ched Evans

'I get abuse but it doesn't affect me whatsoever', says footballer Ched Evans

'I get abuse but it doesn't affect me whatsoever', says footballer Ched Evans

Ched Evans spoke to talkSPORT's Jim White about his return to football

The catwalk star said she had signed a no-nudity agreement before the revealing picture was used on the cover of the publication Lui last year

Victoria's Secret model Sampaio felt ‘violated’ by nude images

Victoria's Secret model Sampaio felt ‘violated’ by nude images

​A French magazine published topless photos of Sara Sampaio, who says she feels 'violated' by the images

An easyJet spokesperson stressed the safety of the passengers "was at no point" compromised by the Snapchat pilots

easyJet pilots suspended for mid-flight Snapchat

easyJet pilots suspended for mid-flight Snapchat

An easyJet spokesperson stressed the safety of the passengers "was at no point" compromised by the Snapchat pilots

Gunman holding hostages at supermarket in France

Three dead after gunman holds hostages at supermarket in France

Three dead after gunman holds hostages at supermarket in France

The gunman has been shot dead by police

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on visit to Northern Ireland

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on visit to Northern Ireland

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on visit to Northern Ireland

The Royal couple will have lunch at the Crown Liquor Saloon and then go on a walkabout outside the building

The London Road cemetery was cordoned off by police investigating the nerve agent poisoning of spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia

Man charged with assault at Salisbury poisoning investigation cordon

Man charged with assault at Salisbury poisoning investigation cordon

Daniel Daley has been charged with assaulting a police officer at the Salisbury cordon

National Puppy Day: Two stolen puppies finally returned home

National Puppy Day: Stolen puppies returned home

National Puppy Day: Stolen puppies returned home

The Jack Russell puppies are said to be traumatised and allegedly left without food and water

An organisation called the Consulting Association kept secret files on thousands of trade union members

Police infiltrated unions to gather information for construction worker blacklist

Police infiltrated unions to gather information for construction worker blackli

The police and Special Branch infiltrated trade unions and provided information to the construction industry about a blacklist of workers

Woman who beat life-threatening illness completes solo row across Atlantic

Woman who beat life-threatening illness completes solo row across Atlantic

Woman who beat life-threatening illness completes solo row across Atlantic

Kiko Matthews had never rowed before taking on the challenge

Firefighters continue to tackle nightclub blaze in Glasgow

Firefighters continue to tackle nightclub blaze in Glasgow

Firefighters continue to tackle nightclub blaze in Glasgow

More than 120 firefighters have been dealing with the blaze which began in the roof of Victoria's nightclub

EU ambassador to Russia recalled over spy poisoning

EU ambassador to Russia recalled over spy poisoning

EU ambassador to Russia recalled over spy poisoning

Recalling the ambassador is said to be a 'measure' and not a 'sanction' against Moscow

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Judge rules blood sample can be taken from Sergei Skripal and daughter

Judge rules blood sample can be taken from Sergei Skripal and daughter

Judge rules blood sample can be taken from Sergei Skripal and daughter

The blood sample will be tested by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

"I'm looking forward to talking about Brexit" says May

May seeks swift move to trade talks with EU

May seeks swift move to trade talks with EU

Leaders of the remaining 27 EU nations are expected to give their approval on Friday to a draft agreement on the terms of the UK's withdrawal from the EU

'You're two snowflakes from my generation', journalist tells James Whale and Ash

'You're two snowflakes from my generation', journalist tells James Whale and Ash

'You're two snowflakes from my generation', journalist tells James Whale and Ash

Journalist James Delingpole had a heated debate with James Whale and Ash over freedom of speech

Hikers rescued after spending night on snowy mountain trail in Tokyo

Hikers rescued after spending night trapped on Japanese mountain

Hikers rescued after spending night trapped on Japanese mountain

Seven of the ramblers had to be airlifted from the mountain

13 suspected drug dealers 'killed by police in Philippines'

13 suspected drug dealers 'killed by police in Philippines'

13 suspected drug dealers 'killed by police in Philippines'

A police chief has said more than 100 people were arrested in an anti-drugs operation

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