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Search for young boy who fell into river in Kent

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this siteA search is underway for a six-year-old boy who fell into a river in Sandwich, Kent. The child fell into the River Stour at about 1.20pm. Police have been working with the Coastguard and Kent Fire and Rescue Service to search the area. Kent Fire and Rescue Service […]

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Teen charged with murdering father in 'chance encounter'

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site A teenager has been charged with murdering a father who was stabbed in the chest with a screwdriver. Peter Duncan, 52, died after the attack outside a Greggs bakery in Old Eldon Square, Newcastle city centre, at around 6.20pm on Wednesday. Police said it appeared to have […]

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Teen charged with murdering father in 'chance encounter'

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site A teenager has been charged with the murder of Peter Duncan, who was stabbed in Newcastle city centre last Wednesday. The 17-year-old will appear in court on Monday. Police said on Friday it appeared to have been a “chance encounter” which led to “an unprovoked attack”. Mr […]

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Detectives get more time to question PC killing suspects arrested at caravan park

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site Police have confirmed that 10 people held over the murder of PC Andrew Harper were arrested at a caravan park. Officers have been granted permission to keep the group – boys and men aged between 13 and 30 – in custody for a further 36 hours. PC […]

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Treasury hits Standard Chartered with £10m sanctions fine

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site By Mark Kleinman, City editor The Treasury is to slap Standard Chartered, the emerging markets lender, with a multimillion-pound fine for failing to prevent sanctions breaches, dealing a further blow to the FTSE-100 bank’s reputation. Sky News has learnt that the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) […]

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New chancellor Javid could flip stamp duty so sellers pay

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this siteSajid Javid is considering switching the stamp duty burden from buyers on to sellers as he considers a shake-up of taxes ahead of his first budget as chancellor. Mr Javid, who moved into Downing Street at the weekend, has said he is “looking at various options” when it […]

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Forensic officers search caravan site near where PC Andrew Harper was killed

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this siteForensic officers are searching a caravan site around three miles from where a newlywed policeman was dragged along by a vehicle before he died. Officers were seen on Padworth Road, with two vans appearing to block the entrance. Ten people are still being questioned after a newlywed policeman […]

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Bank Holiday weather: Don't get too excited!

17th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site Further blustery showers are forecast for the next few days across the UK and forecasters have dampened hopes of a Bank Holiday heatwave. This weekend will see more sunshine than in recent days with maximum temperatures set to be 21C (69F) in the South about around 19C […]

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Labour's high street plan to reverse 'retail apocalypse'

17th August 2019 | 0

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Woman who faked cancer diagnosis for free wedding spared jail

16th August 2019 | 0

This post was originally published on this site By Lucia Binding, news reporter A woman who pretended to have terminal cancer so that she could con a small charity into paying for a wedding ceremony has been spared jail. Carla Evans, 29, claimed she had bladder cancer, thyroid cancer and liver and kidney failure to […]

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