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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Kyall Partnell was stabbed on the way to a party

London teenager murdered on way to New Year's Eve party named

London teenager murdered on way to New Year's Eve party named

Kyall Parnell was stabbed in the street in front of horrified onlookers

Windsor homelessness: 'Council leader Simon Dudley should resign, 2018 is no place for Victorian words'

Windsor homelessness: 'Council leader Simon Dudley should resign, 2018 is no place for Victorian words'

Homelessness: 'Simon Dudley should resign, 2018 is no place for Victorian words'

Conservative council leader Simon Dudley called for beggars to be removed from the streets ahead of the Royal Wedding

Toby Young has been severely criticised for his smutty tweets

'Toby Young is a great appointment to the Office for Students, despite smutty tweets'

'Toby Young is a great addition to university watchdog, despite smutty tweets'

Academic Phillip Blong believes Young has the courage to stand up to 'East German-style totalitarian bullying' seen at some universities

'Donald Trump's lawyers attempt to stop publication of Michael Wolff's book'

'Donald Trump's lawyers attempt to stop publication of Michael Wolff's book'

'Donald Trump's lawyers attempt to stop publication of Michael Wolff's book'

It is claimed a letter has been written demanding that both the author and the publisher of the book do not release it

Katie Hopkins has suggested immigrants are placing an intolerable burden on the NHS

Katie Hopkins faces deluge of criticism after blaming immigrants for NHS crisis

Katie Hopkins faces deluge of criticism after blaming immigrants for NHS crisis

Critics accuse former radio presenter of weaponising NHS mess for racist political gain

Tony Blair believes Jeremy Corbyn's stance on Brexit will hurt Britain

Tony Blair: Why Britain needs a second referendum and timid Jeremy Corbyn must change course

Tony Blair: Why Britain needs new EU referendum

Former Prime Minister begins his campaign for another vote on Brexit - and gives his views on the policies of both the Labour and Conservative parties

Michael Wolff: The controversial author about to go up against Donald Trump

Michael Wolff: The fiery author ready to go head to head with Donald Trump

Michael Wolff: The fiery author ready to go head to head with Donald Trump

Michael Wolff's book Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House is due to be released next week

Michael Hammill was hailed a hero for helping victims of Hurricane Irma

'Hot police officer' in Florida resigns after accusations of anti-Semitic Facebook posts

'Hot police officer' in Florida resigns after claims of anti-Semitic Facebook po

Michael Hamill was well-known as he appeared in a photo which many described as featuring 'hot cops'

Silva's baby was born extremely prematurely this week

Manchester United legends Gary Neville and Michael Carrick lead messages of support for City star David Silva

Manchester United legends lead messages of support for City star David Silva

Spanish midfielder's baby was born extremely prematurely this week

Boris Becker's son Noah Becker 'to take legal action against AfD's Jens Maier over racist tweet'

Boris Becker's son Noah Becker 'to take legal action against AfD's Jens Maier over half-negro tweet'

Boris Becker's son Noah Becker 'to take legal action against AfD's Jens Maier'

MP Jens Maier allegedly tweeted 'it seems the little half-negro simply got too little attention - that's the only explanation for his behaviour'

Donald Trump has reacted with typical modesty to the latest news from Korea

Donald Trump takes credit for North-South Korea talks and calls doubters 'fools'

Donald Trump takes credit for North-South Korea talks

US President reacts with typical modest to news of diplomatic breakthrough

LG Electronics to unveil robots to rival jobs at supermarkets, hotels and airports

LG Electronics unveil robots to work in supermarkets, hotels and airports

LG Electronics unveil robots to work in supermarkets, hotels and airports

The robots will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

Reece Brown was sentenced to two years and three months for robbery and six months for possession of a bladed article, to run concurrently.

Reece Brown: Essex man who robbed a motorcyclist with an axe and hammer before crashing into a garden fence jailed

Man who robbed motorcyclist with hammer before crashing into fence pleads guilty

Reece Brown pleaded guilty to robbery, possession of a blade and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence

Nathan Boyce will spend over three years in jail

Nathan Boyce: London teenager jailed for wielding sword

Nathan Boyce: London teenager jailed for wielding sword

Boyce will serve over three years in prison for possession and wielding the weapon

'I don't want people from other countries coming to beg on London streets', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'I don't want people from other countries coming to beg on London streets', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

'I don't want foreigners begging on London streets', says Julia Hartley-Brewer

Julia Hartley-Brewer says people shouldn't be begging as it's a criminal offence and they should have access to benefits

New figures show 12 NHS Trust reached 100% occupancy in December

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'January happens every year. Why can't the NHS prepare for this?'

Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'January comes every year. Why can't the NHS prepare?'

Our host suggests the NHS must be better prepared for demands of mid-winter

'Labour following Tony Blair's advice would be strategy of madness', says Brexiteer

Jerermy Corbyn following Tony Blair's advice would be suicide, says pro-Brexit trade unionist

Corbyn following Blair's advice would be suicide, says pro-Brexit trade unionist

Paul Embery, from campaign group Trade Unionists Against the EU, says Tony Blair will not necessarily resonate with anybody

New research paints a damning picture of inequality in the UK

Fat Cat Thursday: Top UK bosses earn 108 times more than nurses, research shows

Top UK bosses earn 108 times more than nurses, research shows

Research also shows senior City bosses earn 91 times what a teacher takes home

Republican voter defends Trump over Steve Bannon and says journalist is wrong

Republican voter defends Trump over Steve Bannon and ridicules journalist

Republican voter defends Trump over Steve Bannon and ridicules journalist

Former worldwide vice president of Republicans Overseas Jan Halper-Hayes says Steve Bannon is trying to put a knife in Donald Trump's agenda

McCluskey is famous for his volcanic speeches

Key Jeremy Corbyn ally Len McCluskey rules out House of Lords move

Key Jeremy Corbyn ally Len McCluskey rules out House of Lords move

McCluskey says he isn't going to take a peerage, and is staying on as leader of Unite

Everton secured a 1-1 draw at Anfield in December

Everton fan given football banning order for lighting smoke bomb during derby with Liverpool

Everton fan given football banning order for lighting smoke bomb at Liverpool

Patrick Devlin has been given a three-year banning order, as well as a fine and a criminal record

Blair believes British people should have right to reconsider

Tony Blair launches campaign for second EU referendum

Tony Blair launches campaign for second EU referendum

Blair declares war on Brexiteers with video and article

Seaplane which killed five was 'destroyed' in fatal accident more than 20 years ago

Seaplane which killed five was 'destroyed' in fatal accident more than 20 years ago

Seaplane which killed five was 'destroyed' in fatal accident decades ago

Wreckage of the seaplane has now been lifted from the Hawkesbury River

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

One of the men was accused of distributing a publication called 'ethnic cleansing operations' by Skype

Two suspected National Action members deny terror charges

Two suspected National Action members deny terror charges

Mikko Vevhilainen and Alexander Deakin appeared in court today

A Virgin Trains customer complained after being called 'honey' by a ticket collector

Karen Danczuk says Virgin Trains sexism row is nonsense

Karen Danczuk says Virgin Trains sexism row is nonsense

Danczuk says there's nothing wrong with calling a customer 'honey' and people in the north wouldn't be offended

Toby Young has given his side of the story after recent criticism

Toby Young: Ignore the Tory-bashing nonsense and let me help make Britain's universities even better

'Why the Tory-bashers have got me all wrong'

Toby Young writes about his new role on the board of the Office for Students, and clears up some of the misconceptions surrounding his appointment

Needles discovered in food being sold at German supermarket

Needles discovered in food being sold at German supermarket

Needles discovered in food being sold at German supermarket

Five cases of needles being put inside food have been discovered so far

Chris Parker will also lose public donations worth over £50,000

Manchester terror attack 'hero' Chris Parker admits stealing purse and mobile phone from victims

Manchester terror attack 'hero' admits stealing purse and phone from victims

Parker 'most likely' faces jail, judge says

The defendant is reported to have said: 'Now the refugee problem is part of a bigger problem. It is a symptom of a disease. That disease is international Jewry.'

Self-styled Nazi 'called for Jewish parasites to be eradicated'

Self-styled Nazi 'called for Jewish parasites to be eradicated'

22-year-old from Lancashire said to have made offensive call during demonstration by group called North West Infidels

Advertising Standards Authority starts investigation into Poundland over 'naughty elf pictures'

Advertising Standards Authority starts investigation into Poundland over 'naughty elf pictures'

ASA starts investigation into Poundland over 'naughty elf pictures'

The image shows a toy elf holding a teabag over a doll's face

Interrogation chairs put up for sale online in China

Interrogation chairs put up for sale online in China

Interrogation chairs put up for sale online in China

The chairs cost between £55 and £340

Donald Trump to host 'dishonest and corrupt media awards'

Donald Trump to announce winners of his very own fake news awards next week

Donald Trump to announce winners of his very own fake news awards next week

Donald Trump says the award will cover dishonestly and bad reporting

Young has been heavily criticised by left-wingers

Toby Young 'deletes 50,000 old tweets' after sexism criticism

Toby Young 'deletes 50,000 old tweets' after sexism criticism

Young has faced fury from left-wingers following his appointment to the board of the new Office for Students

Sophie Turner has been bailed to appear at Liverpool Magistrates Court on March 7

Liverpool woman Sophie Turner charged with 'outing' paedophile drug dealers' victims online

Liverpool woman charged with 'outing' paedophile victims online

Turner is charged with naming victims of convicted sex offenders Jamie Turner and Myles Bell

Iran unrest: 'We must uphold the rights of the Iranian people', says politics professor

Iran unrest: 'We must uphold the rights of the Iranian people', says politics professor

Iran unrest: 'We must uphold the rights of the Iranian people'

Protests in Iran have led to the deaths of 22 people

Raja Ali was chased down the street before being stabbed and beaten with weapons

Raja Ali murder: Police make fresh arrest over brutal gangland murder of drug dealer

Police make fresh arrest over brutal gangland murder of drug dealer

Five people have already been jailed for ramming Ali's car and killing him with baseball bats, metal poles and hammer

'Rail travel should not be facility for greedy capitalists', says RMT Union

Rail fares crisis: Julia tells RMT train union chief to 'go google it' in row over poverty and food banks

Julia tells RMT leader to 'go google it' in row over poverty and food banks

Julia Hartley-Brewer had a strong debate with the RMT's Steve Hedley over how capitalism has affected quality of life

The five men are being held in the West Midlands and the woman at a police station outside the force area

Six 'National Action members' arrested on suspicion of terror offences

Six 'National Action members' arrested on suspicion of terror offences

Five men and a woman all suspected of being part of Neo-Nazi terror group

'NHS Trust bosses are treated like football managers and take all the flack', says shadow health minister

Jeremy Hunt treats NHS Trust bosses like football managers, says Corbyn's health spokesman

Jeremy Hunt treats NHS bosses like football managers, says Corbyn's health chief

Justin Madders says the NHS needs more funding to help relieve pressure

'Grossly offensive' - James Max and Carole Malone in heated argument with Lord Adonis over Brexit

'Grossly offensive' - James Max and Carole Malone in furious argument with Lord Adonis over Brexit

James Max and Carole Malone in furious argument with Lord Adonis over Brexit

Carole Malone slammed Lord Adonis as 'grossly offensive' and 'hysterical'

Wedding Day Winners is set to light up Saturday evenings (Credit: BBC)

Wedding Day Winners: Lorraine Kelly and Rob Beckett discuss their ace new show

Lorraine Kelly and Rob Beckett discuss their new show Wedding Day Winners

Our showbiz reporter Johnny Seifert caught up with Lorraine Kelly and Rob Beckett

'Wheelie bins dancing down the street' - Storm Eleanor hits the UK

'Wheelie bins dancing down the street' - Storm Eleanor hits the UK

'Wheelie bins dancing down the street' - Storm Eleanor hits the UK

Winds of up to 100mph were recorded by the Met Office last night

Thousands of NHS operations delayed due to severe winter pressure

Thousands of NHS operations delayed due to severe winter pressure

Thousands of NHS operations delayed due to severe winter pressure

Officials claim there could be up to 55,000 deferred operations

UK could join Trans-Pacific Partnership trade group after Brexit

UK could join Trans-Pacific Partnership trade group after Brexit

UK could join Trans-Pacific Partnership trade group after Brexit

If the UK joins it would be the first in the group not to border the Pacific Ocean or South China Sea

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

'Labour has proved it can run railways and we should have pride and do it', says shadow transport secretary

'Labour has proved it can run railways and we should have pride and do it', says shadow transport secretary

'Labour has proved it can run railways', says shadow transport secretary

The shadow transport secretary says re-nationalising the railway is not a radical move

Toby Young has been appointed to the Government's new university watchdog

Jeremy Corbyn supporters round on Toby Young after university watchdog appointment

Corbynistas round on Toby Young after key university appointment

Critics focus on Young's admission that he once dressed as a woman to seduce lesbians

Logan Paul: The YouTuber who rose to fame through Vine

Logan Paul: The YouTuber whose 'suicide video' appears to have killed his career

The YouTuber whose 'suicide video' appears to have killed his career

Logan Paul has come under fierce criticism after posting a video of an apparent suicide victim

Firefighters are seen at the scene of the fire which broke out in the Bronx last week. A second fire has now erupted in the New York neighbourhood

New fire in the Bronx as Van Nest inferno leaves 16 injured

New fire in the Bronx as Van Nest inferno leaves 16 injured

Dozens of firefighters called to battle blaze - the second to hit the Bronx in less than a week

The two men have been ordered to appear in court next month

John Webber and Don Grasty: Two retired children's home bosses charged with abusing boys

Two retired children's home bosses charged with abusing boys

Alleged offences including indecent assault, gross indecency and buggery

Rail fares: How does the UK compare to European countries?

Rail Fares: Annoyed by the latest increases? Here's some stats to make you even madder

Annoyed by the latest rail fare hikes? Here's some stats to make you even madder

Analysis of comparable prices in mainland Europe makes the picture even bleaker

George Galloway: 'I'm sick of political class parasites like Lord Adonis and Alastair Campbell'

George Galloway: 'I'm sick of political class parasites like Lord Adonis and Alastair Campbell'

'I'm sick of political class parasites like Lord Adonis', says George Galloway

Lord Adonis has resigned from his position as chairman of the government's Infrastructure Commission

Mike covered the Australian flu, dieting and rail fare increases

Mike Graham, the best bits: January 2

Mike Graham, the best bits: January 2

Mike covered the Australian flu, dieting and rail fare increases

Rail fares: 'It's time Government stopped trying to fleece people'

Rail prices: Jeremy Corbyn supporter Christian Wolmar demands re-nationalisation as 'great train robbery' protests continue

Corbyn supporter demands re-nationalisation as 'rip-off fare' protests continue

Railway historian Christian Wolmar believes the railway will be nationalised again at some point

Trevor Sinclair pleaded guilty to drink-driving and racially aggravated public order offence

Trevor Sinclair: Former Manchester City and West Ham star pleads guilty to drink-driving and racially aggravated public order offence

Trevor Sinclair pleads guilty to drink-driving and racially aggravated offence

Sinclair committed the offence against a police officer last year

Laim Devere pleaded guilty to causing/inciting a girl aged between 13 and 15 years old to engage in sexual activity

Liam Devere: Sheffield man who sexted teenager jailed for 32 months

Sheffield man who sexted teenager jailed for 32 months

Liam Devere condemned for 'horrific crime'

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