Prince Harry and Meghan's UK visit discussed by Walker SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Earlier this week Harry and Meghan announced plans to return to Europe to attend multiple charity events at the start of September. A spokesperson for the couple said: “Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September.” Related articles Harry and Meghan to face 'awkward situation' with Queen upon return Harry & Meghan risk being 'attacked' on UK trip without police aid Harry and Meghan would reportedly like to visit the Queen on their trip. Royal expert Pauline MacLaran told Express.co.uk on Monday, August … [Read more...] about Royal POLL: Should Harry and Meghan visit Royal Family on UK trip?
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Priti Patel introduces the Public Order Bill SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info The West Yorkshire city tops a list of the 10 most dangerous cities in the continent with Coventry ranked in second place and Birmingham fourth. The study from Expatriate Consultancy describes Bradford as "quite a dangerous city, with crime rates almost twice the national average". Related articles Elderly couple 'in tears' over seaside hotel room not 'fit for humans' Police release CCTV of man in investigation into murder of 87-year-old Drugs, prostitution and violent crime are identified in the analysis as the main types of lawbreaking with Bradford city centre described as a particularly dangerous area as well as … [Read more...] about Bradford police chief left furious after Yorkshire city named ‘most dangerous in Europe’
Dangerous prisoners will be blocked from automatic release by ministers under new powers to protect the public. Ministers have taken unprecedented powers to force criminals to serve jail terms beyond their normal release date if they are judged to pose a “significant risk of serious harm” to the public. The rule change will allow ministers to override judges’ “fixed term sentences”, which set automatic release dates at halfway or two-thirds through offenders’ jail terms. They will instead be able to refer them to the parole board to require them to serve out their full prison sentences before they are released into the community. It had originally been thought that the power would only apply to criminals who were radicalised in jail and therefore became a terrorist threat if freed. But Ministry of Justice (MoJ) guidance, seen by The Telegraph, lists more than 180 types of crime that can justify extended detention if the prisoner is thought to pose a risk of committing them … [Read more...] about Unprecedented rule change will block dangerous prisoners from automatic release
THE dire warnings of a financial crisis seem a million miles away from the Premier League reality. When Chelsea are spending in a manner reminiscent of the early days of Roman Abramovich and Manchester City were ready to pay Lionel Messi whatever he wanted, talk of doom, gloom and a game on the verge of the abyss seems contradictory. But Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, chairman of the influential European Club Association, does not see a disconnect between his words and the landscape across the continent. Indeed, from Agnelli’s perspective, it is simple - the exceptions PROVE the rule. The Italian is measured, calm and compelling. You have to be when you inherit the legacy of The Old Lady. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals So for Agnelli, the Prem big spenders represent an expected but small proportion of the greater European market. A market which does face the biggest belt-tightening exercise in football history … [Read more...] about How Chelsea can spend £230m and splash out huge wages but NOT break any Financial Fair Play rules due to Covid-19
The parents of a 12-year-old boy ruled as brain dead have been granted the right to appeal. Doctors treating Archie Battersbee at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, east London, thought he was "brain-stem dead" after a freak incident at his home. In the High Court family division, Mrs Justice Arbuthnot ruled last week that the boy died "at noon on May 31 2022" based on MRI scans and gave Barts Health NHS Trust permission to disconnect him from a ventilator. It was thought to be the first time someone was declared "likely" to be dead based on an MRI scan, which the court heard is not as reliable as the usual brain stem test. But lawyers for Archie's parents, Hollie Dance and Paul Battersbee, pointed out that their son’s heart was still beating. At a follow-up High Court hearing on Monday, the judge granted Ms Dance and Mr Battersbee permission to mount a bid to overturn the ruling at the Court of Appeal. A barrister leading the family’s legal team argued that … [Read more...] about Archie Battersbee: Family win right to appeal against ruling that son is brain dead
We drove along Butchers Street in Kabul, as the stripped carcasses of lamb and goat hung on meat hooks swaying in the wind, where gaggles of men argued over prices, and butchers boys heaved the meat onto their backs and delivered them to waiting trucks. At the end of the street, an intersection marked the end of the meat market and the start of a series of colourfully painted buildings. The names of the beauty shops somewhat gave the game away. We pulled over and it was agreed that Sky producer, Dominique van Heerden, would go over and have a peek inside. We had agreed with the owner of one of the salons that Sky News could come and film and interview her, but we were early. The caveat was that only Dominique could go inside. The Taliban have decreed that no men, under any circumstances, can ever go inside the parlours. More on Afghanistan Father who served with British Army in Afghanistan has spent a year hiding from Taliban - and still no sign of … [Read more...] about Afghanistan: Inside beauty salon as country lives under strict Taliban rule
ALDEN WILLIAMS/STUFF Joe Bradley and Kelly Phillips were among the first on the scene of the 2019 crash that killed 6-year-old Lachlan Gebhardt. This video was filmed a year after the crash. After a fiery crash that killed his 6-year-old son, Niklas Gebhardt confessed to murdering him. SAM SHERWOOD reports on why this confession was kept under wraps. On October 30, 2020, almost a year after Niklas Gebhardt survived a fiery crash that killed his 6-year-old son, he was on his push-bike with one thing in mind. To confess. On November 5, 2019, he had driven north out of Rangiora and onto long flat Lehmans Rd. His son Lachlan was in the back seat of the car. Gebhardt began to speed up and dangerously overtook another car. The manoeuvre required him to swerve sharply back into his lane to avoid colliding with an oncoming car. READ MORE: A mother’s heartbreak: The story of a 6-year-old boy killed by his father in a fiery crash Father pleads guilty to manslaughter … [Read more...] about ‘I murdered Lachlan Gebhardt’: How a confession to murder was ruled inadmissible
Published 2 October 2020 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Margaret Ferrier has been suspended from the SNP and faces calls to resign after taking a train from London to Scotland knowing that she had tested positive for Covid-19. But who is Margaret Ferrier? The 60-year-old first became an MP in 2015 in the SNP landslide that saw the party take 56 of the 59 seats in Scotland. Ms Ferrier, who won Rutherglen and Hamilton West, pulled off one of the biggest shocks on a night full of surprises. Her victory overturned a Labour majority of 21,002 - one of the largest in the UK - and she ended up the winner by 9,975 votes. Margaret Ferrier was 54 when she was chosen to be the SNP candidate and had only joined the party four years earlier. Soon after becoming an MP she told the Rutherglen Reformer she could not remember a time when she did not support an independent … [Read more...] about Margaret Ferrier: Who is the MP who broke Covid rules?
By Merlyn Thomas Published 7 hours ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing The Finnish Prime Minister, Sanna Marin, is facing a backlash after being seen partying in a leaked video. In the footage, thought to be taken from social media , she and friends including Finnish celebrities are seen dancing and singing. She has faced criticism from opposition parties, with one leader demanding she take a drug test. Ms Marin, 36, denied taking drugs, saying she only drank alcohol and just partied "in a boisterous way". Formerly the world's youngest head of government - a title now held by Chilean President Gabriel Boric - Ms Marin makes no secret of partying, and has often been photographed at music festivals. Last year she apologised for going clubbing after coming into close contact with a Covid-19 case. Just last week, Ms Marin was dubbed the "coolest … [Read more...] about Sanna Marin: Finland PM partying video causes backlash
The Duchess of Cambridge has teamed up with tennis superstar and family friend Roger Federer to announce a charity collaboration to raise money for disadvantaged and vulnerable children. The Laver Cup Open Practice Day will be staged on September 22 at The O2 in London - and fans will get the chance to watch Federer and other tennis greats from Team Europe and Team World during their final on-court practice for the competition. The event will raise money for two organisations of which Kate is patron – Action for Children and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), whose charitable arm is the LTA Tennis Foundation. Kate Middleton has announced an exciting tennis event alongside Roger Federer ( Image: PA) The collaboration between the Laver Cup, which was co-founded by Federer, and the two charities was Kate’s idea, Kensington Palace said. The Laver Cup will also host a day of tennis in east London, attended by Kate and Federer, for children aged eight to 15 drawn from … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton announces exciting plans with friend and tennis superstar Roger Federer