Watch: Non-league match abandoned after this MASS BRAWL at Rugby Town 

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Police were called after several players were involved in the incident during a match between Rugby Town and Coventry Copsewood... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:07:27 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Jon Wilkin: Chance to put a marker down 

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All eyes will be on England when they take on Australia on Friday... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:06:37 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Chief Constable calls for debate on whether people who view indecent images of children should aways be prosecuted 

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West Midlands Chief Constable Dave Thompson says scale of online child abuse is 'horrifying' and won't be solved by prosecuting everyone involved... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:03:37 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Tamworth FC: Reece Styche gives verdict on recent form 

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Styche has eight goals in 11 games... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:02:32 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Three teenagers injured in horrific late night crash 

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Three teens injured following collision in Dudley... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:00:50 Categories: Birmingham Mail

This is how many missiles North Korea will test before the end of the year 

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<p>If North Korea's past record is anything to go by, Pyongyang may only test a few more missiles before the end of the year, according to a U.S. researcher.</p>... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:00:00 Categories: USA TODAY

House GOP launches pair of inquiries into Hillary Clinton 

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It's almost been a year since the 2016 presidential election, but Republicans are putting the spotlight back on a familiar political foil: Hillary Clinton.... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:00:00 Categories: The Hill

A chance Amazon encounter, then a tribe's near extinction 

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Tzako Waiapi remembers perfectly the day he first stumbled across white men while hunting in the Amazon rainforest: within months nearly everyone he knew had died of a mysterious sickness.... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:00:00 Categories: AFP

Drinking this many glasses of water a day burns 490 calories every week 

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It's no secret that gulping down plenty of water can boost your energy, clear your complexion, and help you resist the urge to snack. (And those aren't...... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:00:00 Categories: Reader's Digest

How these two friends took on breast cancer together 

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The sign is a daily reminder of how far she and her friend Jo have come in the past two years.... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 17:00:00 Categories: Huffington Post UK

BoE's Carney: The 'enemy of Brexit'? 

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Jacob Rees-Mogg, a U.K. Conservative lawmaker who is sometimes touted as a future leader of his party, attacked Bank of England Governor Mark Carney as a "partisan" opponent of Britain's departure from the European Union who should be fired.... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:59:58 Categories: Bloomberg

This is how fast motorists were driving during Great Barr speed watch 

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Councillor Christopher Towe led the initiative on Frampton Way in Pheasey... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:56:28 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Nuclear engineer stabbed to death after Miami house party 

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A young nuclear engineer was stabbed and left to die after a house party - and police have no idea who did it... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:55:00 Categories: CBS News

The Manchester bomb stole their future, but their families are determined to help others achieve their dreams 

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The families of Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry have launched a trust aiming to help aspiring performers and sports men and women... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:54:34 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Mum who stole £35,000 from primary school PTA ordered to pay back just £20 

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Sally Connolly, who was PTA chairman at St Catherine's School in Didsbury, secretly helped herself to funds raised through school fetes, afternoon teas and cake sales to pay off her credit card bills... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:54:31 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Cancer sufferer who 'burgled house' to pay for funeral jailed 

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Cancer sufferer Alan Spendlow, 60, had been told by doctors he had just two years to live before he broke into a vulnerable pensioners home... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:51:00 Categories: Mirror

Manchester's Albert Hall to host Christmas prosecco festival 

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The Peter Street music venue is adding some sparkle to the festive season... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:50:19 Categories: Manchester Evening News

New surge in terror cases as Jihadis flood back to UK from Syria 

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Prosecutors today announced a major drive to recruit terrorism lawyers, warning of a surge in cases involving Islamist and far-Right extremists. Sue Hemming, the Crown Prosecution Service's head of counter-terrorism, said her team had doubled in size to cope with "cases emerging from Syria" and the rise of Islamic State, as well as the recent attacks here. But she said even more lawyers were required. In a speech in London, Ms Hemming also delivered a veiled rebuff to the Government's terror watchdog, Max Hill QC. As the Standard reported yesterday, he said it would be best if no specialist terrorism laws were needed, with suspects instead prosecuted using ordinary criminal law. Read more UK's terror czar says: DON'T jail hate preachers Ms Hemming said: "We must recognise that specific counter-terrorism powers are necessary, and acting early to safeguard public safety means that traditional investigative powers are not always sufficient. Prosecutors need offences available to prosecute those who rightly need to be brought to justice, where traditional criminal offences do not fit conduct that rightly calls for punishment. "We use offences such as murder, conspiracy to murder, explosive substances or incitement to hatred, but in many cases conduct needs to be prosecuted using the wide range of terrorism offences available to us. "These include acts preparatory to terrorism, attending terrorist training, support for a proscribed organisation and distribution of terrorist material." She added that even when "we charge using ordinary criminal offences, we do so as a 'terrorist connection'" because that allowed judges to impose stronger sentences. Ms Hemming's most striking comments, however, were about the demands placed on prosecutors by the "substantial increase" in terrorism cases. Terrorism-related arrests hit a record of 304 in the year to the end of March, up 18 per cent on the previous 12 months. There had also been a 55 per cent increase in terrorism trials in the past year, with an 86 per cent conviction rate. Speaking at the National Security Summit, Ms Hemming said: "Much of the increase has been from [Islamic State] or similarly inspired activity, but we have also seen an increase in extreme Right-wing activity. "We have doubled the size of our team and we are still growing; we have a recruitment campaign for more prosecutors being launched shortly to help us deal with further increases." Ms Hemming also gave an insight into the scale of social media evidence being gathered to bring terrorists to justice. She said that "most, if not all, cases involve substantial amounts of digital material and this has been growing significantly over the last few years". She added: "The average terrorist case has around four terabytes of material - the more significant ones have over 10 terabytes and the biggest ones, well in excess of 20. "To give you some concept of quantity, you would need about 125 empty iPads with no apps or content to store four terabytes of material." Her comments follow the disclosure by Met Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, the country's top counter-terrorism officer, that police have used social media and other digital evidence to prepare prosecutions against many of the British terrorist fighters abroad. Last week, Mr Hill suggested some returning Islamic State fighters should be reintegrated into society, rather than prosecuted, as they were "naive". Mr Rowley said it had so far not been possible to gather enough material to charge all returning fighters. Today, he told the summit greater co-operation was needed from tech firms, which should follow the example of banks. He said: "The relationship with the social media sector is positive... but they are not always as enthusiastic about tipping us off when they spot somebody of concern. If we don't tackle that then the ungoverned overseas - those parts of countries that are in a parlous state as we have seen in Syria and northern Iraq - those ungoverned locations can be connected to our communities through the online world."... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:48:00 Categories: Evening Standard

Manchester City player Yaya Toure claims he ALWAYS beats penalty hero Claudio Bravo from the spot 

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After the Chile international came up with more shoot-out heroics for Man City his teammate says that he has NEVER saved one of his... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:47:17 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Merseyrail staff punched and grabbed in Moorfields attack 

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The British Transport Police issue image of man who may be able to help with investigation... read more
 
25. lokakuuta 2017 16:46:39 Categories: Liverpool Echo
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