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Tulse Hill stab death: Four arrested on suspicion of murder

[ad_1] Image copyright Met Police Image caption John Ogunjobi, 16, was found unconscious on Greenleaf Close, Tulse Hill Four men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a teenage boy was stabbed to death in south London.John Ogunjobi, 16, was found unconscious on Greenleaf Close, Tulse Hill just before 23:00 GMT on 5 November and died shortly afterwards.Four men - aged 22, 20, 21 and 23 - have been
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Strictly Come Dancing: Danny John-Jules skips spin-off show after exit

[ad_1] Image caption Danny John-Jules and his dance partner Amy Dowden Danny John-Jules failed to appear on Strictly Come Dancing's spin-off show as planned on Monday night.The Red Dwarf actor and his partner Amy Dowden were eliminated from Strictly on Sunday, days after the pair reportedly had a row during training.The eliminated couple usually appear on BBC2's It Takes Two for an exit interview, but Dowden appeared alone.The show's host,
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Edinburgh Airport ‘assisting Salmond investigation’

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mr Salmond told BBC Scotland in an interview in the summer that he had never sexually harassed anyone Police have spoken to staff at Edinburgh Airport as part of their inquiry into the conduct of former First Minister Alex Salmond.It emerged in August that two women had made complaints to the Scottish government about Mr Salmond.Airport bosses confirmed that they were "assisting police
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School isolation rooms: ‘It was like I didn’t exist’

[ad_1] The BBC has learned that more than 200 school children spent at least five consecutive days placed in school isolation booths last year. Isolation facilities are used to remove pupils from classrooms when their behaviour has been disruptive.More than 5,000 children with special educational needs were also found to have spent time in isolation rooms at some stage.The Department for Education says children should be in isolation no longer
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Tory rebellion over fixed-odds betting terminals

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWhat are fixed-odds betting terminals?The government is facing a rebellion over when a crackdown on fixed-odds gambling machines is introduced.Ministers have promised to cut the maximum stake from £100 to £2 in October 2019 - but some MPs are calling for it to happen sooner.More than 20 Conservatives have joined opposition politicians in trying to bring the change forward to April
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Charles Bronson on trial for HMP Wakefield prison governor attack

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Image caption Notorious Charles Bronson is a former bare-knuckle boxer who was first jailed for armed robbery in 1974, and has served more than 40 years in jail Prisoner Charles Bronson whistled The Great Escape theme moments before launching himself at a prison governor, a court has heard.Bronson, 65, had wanted to attack Mark Docherty for months, blaming him for a ban on guests taking pictures
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Stolen dog found in Bangor 300 miles from London home

[ad_1] Image copyright Peter Daniel Image caption Juan Mino was reunited with Kiara in Bangor more than a year after she was stolen from his garden in London An 11-year-old dog has been found nearly 300 miles from home more than a year after she was stolen.Pomeranian Kiara was taken from her garden in London in August 2017.But when two stray dogs wandered into Peter Daniel's house in Bangor, Gwynedd,
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Car crash data thief ‘unlucky’ to be jailed

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mustafa Kasim was accused of illegally stealing personal details from vehicle repair software A car repair worker has been sentenced to jail for stealing customers' personal data from his former employer.The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) says it is the first time someone will go to prison as a result of a case it has prosecuted.Mustafa Kasim stole accident information and the names, phone
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Daniel Sturridge: Liverpool striker charged with breaching betting rules

[ad_1] Sturridge joined Liverpool from Chelsea in 2013Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge has been charged by the Football Association with misconduct for alleged breaches of its betting rules in January this year.It is alleged he breached one rule relating to betting on football, and one which covers providing information relating to football which has been "obtained by virtue of his position" and "is not publicly available".A Liverpool spokesman said Sturridge, 29, had
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Camp Bestival offers refunds after 2018 weather cancellation

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionA number of tents took a hammering due to poor weather at the 2018 eventFestival-goers have been offered a refund or a free day ticket to Camp Bestival 2019 after the last day of this year's event was washed out.Organisers of the event at Dorset's Lulworth Estate closed arenas on the Sunday of the four-day festival in July due to heavy
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Glasgow School of Art bosses hit back at fire criticism

[ad_1] The board of Glasgow School of Art has hit back at claims it failed to look after the A-listed Mackintosh building.A submission to a parliamentary inquiry strongly defended its record following two devastating fires in four years.In documents released ahead of an evidence session in parliament on Thursday, bosses denied claims of "systemic management failure".They said the school was "robust and well-managed" and fit and able to oversee repair
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Dido announces her first tour in 15 years

[ad_1] Image copyright BMG Image caption Dido will embark on a 27-date world tour next year Multimillion album-selling singer Dido has announced her first tour in 15 years.The 27-date world tour begins in Prague on 5 May, reaches London on 30 May and then heads to the US. Fans can expect her to perform some of her biggest hits, such as Thank You, Here With me and White flag, alongside
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Chelsea Pensioners’ verdict on WW1 VR experience.

[ad_1] Nothing to be Written is a virtual reality (VR) experience that moves you between war trenches, hospitals, trains and anxiously waiting at home for field postcards sent by soldiers during World War One.BBC Click visited two Chelsea Pensioners, Michael Allen and Michael Paling asking them to put on VR headsets to try out the immersive journey and give their verdict.What would they make of it? [ad_2] Source link
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Man reported after drone flown over football match

[ad_1] Image copyright Google Image caption Arbroath were playing Montrose at Gayfield Park at the time of the incident A man has been reported to prosecutors after flying a drone over a football match between Arbroath and Montrose.Police said that officials at the match on Saturday at Gayfield Park in Arbroath considered stopping the game due to the incident.The drone pilot was traced nearby and reported to the procurator fiscal.The
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‘Dancing helped me grieve for my family’

[ad_1] Image copyright Rachel Switlick and Nick Batley Image caption Rachel and Nick both use dance to work through issues like grief and body image "Grief is a really hard thing to process, dancing was my way of going through that."Student Rachel Switlick, 27, has been dancing since she was two and says it's helped her with her mental health.She choreographs pieces to work through big events in her life.The
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Sherington burglary: Rolex raiders threaten baby with machete

[ad_1] Image copyright Family photo Image caption One of the watches stolen was an 18-carat gold Rolex Daytona An eight-week-old baby had a 24in (60cm) machete held against him when three masked men raided a home.The burglars, also armed with crowbars, forced their way into a property in Bedford Road, Sherington, near Milton Keynes.They took two Rolex watches worth £46,750, keys to a Rolls Royce, a Louis Vuitton handbag and
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Mutiny Festival death: Teen took ‘double-strength’ MDMA

[ad_1] Image copyright Janine Milburn Image caption Georgia Jones suffered a cardiac arrest and a 50-minute fit, the inquest heard A teenager died after taking double-strength MDMA tablets at a music festival, an inquest has heard.Georgia Jones, 18, suffered a cardiac arrest and a 50-minute fit after taking two tablets at Portsmouth's Mutiny Festival, the city's coroner was told.A pathologist said the level of MDMA intoxication in her blood was
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Lord Lester faces suspension over sexual harassment claims

[ad_1] Image copyright PA The Lords Privileges Committee says Lord Lester of Herne Hill should be suspended for sexually harassing a complainant and offering her "corrupt inducements to sleep with him".The committee recommended a suspension until 2022, which would be the longest in modern parliamentary history.The House of Lords will debate a motion to suspend Lord Lester, on Thursday.Lord Lester, whose appeal was rejected, sat in the Lords as a
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Professor Green: Knife crime not just a black issue

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Professor Green has said black youths as a whole are being "criminalised" over recent stabbings - and that in some places "knife crime is white".The rapper claimed the media had an "agenda" to "bring back racially-profiled stop and search" - but he does not think the practice works.Green, who was stabbed in 2009, blamed poverty for the growing problem.His comments come as a senior police