By James Hingle

Wednesday 22 August 2018

Wednesday 22 August 2018

Anti-Pride leaflets posted through people's letterboxes in Essex

Anti-Pride leaflets posted through people's letterboxes in Essex

It's believed Xpand Christianity are behind the leaflets which is now being treated as a hate crime.

Sadiq Khan bikini blimp protest forced to change event time

Sadiq Khan bikini blimp protest forced to change event time

The London Mayor's office has told event organisers that it must take place at 9.30 in the morning if given the greenlight.

National Crime Agency spokesperson outside the factory

Three arrested as illegal gun factory uncovered in East Sussex

Three arrested as illegal gun factory uncovered in East Sussex

Investigators found what they believe to be a "large-scale" operation in a warehouse describing itself as a gearbox repair business.

Police officer charged with punching 14-year-old boy

Police officer charged with punching 14-year-old boy

Pc Paul Evans is accused of hitting the teenager at a property in Bridgend.

Chuka Umunna heckled during Q&A at violent crime panel

Chuka Umunna heckled during Q&A at violent crime panel

The Streatham MP was speaking at a Demos panel proposing how they can solve violent crime.

Boys aged between 13 and 17 among nine arrested in sexual exploitation probe

Boys aged between 13 and 17 among nine arrested in sexual exploitation probe

Officers carried out a series of raids in Portsmouth and Havant on Tuesday as part of the inquiry.

Danny Boyle quits as director of the next James Bond film

Danny Boyle quits as director of the next James Bond film

The director has left his role "due to creative differences", the production team has announced.

Government backs plans to ban third-party kitten and puppy sales

Government backs plans to ban third-party kitten and puppy sales

Anyone buying or adopting a pet less than six months old will have to deal directly with the breeder or a rescue centre under the proposed ban.

Dominic Raab: EU citizens living in the UK will not be 'turfed out'

Dominic Raab: EU citizens living in the UK will not be 'turfed out'

The Brexit minister said he was confident of reaching an agreement, but sought to reassure those living in Britain.

Trump suffers double-blow as two former associates face charges

Trump suffers double-blow as two former associates face charges

Michael Cohen, the former lawyer, paid so-called hush money to Stormy Daniels, while former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is convicted of fraud.

Tuesday 21 August 2018

Tuesday 21 August 2018

Swastika graffiti vandal jailed for six years after month-long hate campaign

Swastika graffiti vandal jailed for six years after month-long hate campaign

Austin Ross, 23, stuck racist posters on buildings around his home town, as well as torching a school and a masonic lodge.

Hillsborough misconduct charges against Sir Norman Bettison dropped

Hillsborough misconduct charges against Sir Norman Bettison dropped

The former Merseyside and West Yorkshire chief constable had been charged with four counts of misconduct in a public office, all relating to alleged lies he told about his role in the aftermath of the 1989 tragedy.

Man charged with attempted murder after hammer attack on mother and daughter

Man charged with attempted murder after hammer attack on mother and daughter

Joe Xuereb, 27, will appear in court in connection with a serious assault on Ania Gos, 30, and her mother, 64, in Adderley Gardens.

House of Fraser's flagship Oxford Street store saved

House of Fraser's flagship Oxford Street store saved

The beleaguered department store group collapsed into administration, before being snapped up by Mike Ashley's Sports Direct.

Jeremy Hunt urges EU allies to stand 'shoulder-to-shoulder' with US against 'malign' Russia

Hunt urges EU allies to stand 'shoulder-to-shoulder' against 'malign' Russia

The Foreign Secretary will make his first trip to Washington where he's expected to give a speech on Tuesday.

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Three people injured in London shooting

Three people injured in London shooting

Scotland Yard said the incident was "not terror-related" and have not yet made any arrests.

Monday 20 August 2018

Monday 20 August 2018

Gatwick forced to use whiteboards to display flight information after IT failure

Gatwick forced to use whiteboards to display flight information after IT failure

Staff have resorted to manually writing out crucial information such as gate numbers for each departure from the UK's second busiest airport.

Pope Francis condemns sexual abuse and cover-ups within the church

Pope Francis condemns sexual abuse and cover-ups within the church

Francis demanded accountability in response to new revelations in the United States of decades of misconduct by the Catholic Church.

Rustie Lee on Jamie Oliver's jerk rice: 'You can't barbecue rice'

Rustie Lee on Jamie Oliver's jerk rice: 'You can't barbecue rice'

The TV chef has backed Dawn Butler's accusation that Jamie Oliver's rice is cultural appropriation.

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Sarah Wollaston calls for people's vote on final Brexit deal and compares it to surgery

Sarah Wollaston calls for people's vote on final Brexit deal

The MP for Totnes has also compared Brexit to having surgery.

Greece completes eurozone bailout programme

Greece completes eurozone bailout programme

It means the country can now borrow again on international markets, having been effectively locked out by high interest rates for eight years.

Woman rescued 10 hours after falling from a cruise ship

Woman rescued 10 hours after falling from a cruise ship

The woman, who had been on a Norwegian Star cruise ship, ended up in the Adriatic Sea shortly before midnight on Saturday.

Government takes control of HMP Birmingham from G4S

Government takes control of HMP Birmingham from G4S

The Ministry of Justice has now assumed control of the establishment from G4S for at least six months.

Tuesday 14 August 2018

Tuesday 14 August 2018

The best complaints about Benidorm hotel being 'too Spanish'

The best complaints about Benidorm hotel being 'too Spanish'

The best complaints about Benidorm hotel being 'too Spanish'

British gran Freda Jackson complained about there being 'too many Spanish people' on her holiday to Benidorm - and she isn't the only one who thinks so

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