Two killed and three hurt in car crash

Sgt Alan Hands, from the serious collision investigation unit, said: “We’re currently working to establish the circumstances surrounding the collision and whether any other vehicles were involved. “I’d ask that anyone who has information or witnessed what happened, in particular any motorists who were in the area and have dash cam footage, to come forward […]

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Dad’s cure pledge to dying son prompts donation

“I said ‘don’t worry mate, we’ll find something, I’ll sort it’. He trusted me and I find that very hard.” Related Topics Brain cancer Cancer Aston Clinton Read more:

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Electric cars: Best and worst places to charge up

The government wants the UK to have net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Last month, the government announced that drivers of electric cars across the UK could soon be using special green number plates under new plans. The aim is to make it possible for local authorities to allow zero-emission vehicles to benefit from incentives […]

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O’Neill sees off challenge for her Sinn Fin role

Report End of Twitter post by @JohnODowdSF Ahead of the conference, several high-profile Sinn Féin members had spoken publicly about who they would be supporting. Image copyright Press Eye Image caption John O’Dowd is an MLA for Upper Bann and a former Stormont minister for education She was announced as Sinn Féin’s Stormont leader on […]

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Meghan accuses Mail newspapers of ‘untrue’ stories

Meghan sues Mail on Sunday over private letter Harry sues Sun and Mirror’s owners in phone-hacking claim Sussexes and Cambridges reunite at Remembrance event In October, law firm Schillings, acting for the duchess, filed a High Court claim against the Mail on Sunday and its parent company over the alleged misuse of private information, infringement […]

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PC in court charged with footballer’s murder

Judge Simon Drew allowed the officers’ identities to remain undisclosed over concerns there may be a threat to their lives, although this will be reviewed at a hearing next week. An alternative charge of an unlawful act manslaughter has also been put forward by the CPS for the officer charged with murder, known as “Officer […]

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Six things we learned from Prince Andrew interview

Prince Andrew said: “The people that I met and the opportunities that I was given to learn, either by him or because of him, were actually very useful.” 2. He met up with Epstein’s ex-girlfriend this year Image copyright News Syndication Image caption Prince Andrew said this photo was taken on a walk where he […]

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Public stop fleeing man after jewellery raid

Image copyright @yay2yay/Twitter Image caption The public gave chase after three armed men ram-raided a jeweller’s Co-owner Jamal Sarhan said he was inside with a customer and the children of another member of staff and pleaded with the men not to hurt anyone. Image copyright @yay2yay/Twitter Image caption Several people were involved in stopping a […]

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Workers flee as blaze engulfs building

Image copyright Beds Fire and Rescue Image caption Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue said 80% of the building was engulfed “There was smoke – black, thick – and then we could hear a few explosions, as someone said there are gas canisters in the building.” Bedfordshire Fire said: “All people have been accounted for” and confirmed […]

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Second homes tax ‘loophole’ worry

There are worries buying is out of the question for many local young people. Image caption Homes overlooking the coast at Abersoch, which is a sought-after area and prices are high The party’s Arfon assembly member Sian Gwenllian called it an “unfair loophole” and said it added to pressures on housing for local people, with […]

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