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Moors murderer Ian Brady loses battle to choose own lawyer

Moors murderer Ian Brady has been refused permission to launch a “totally unique” High Court fight for the right to have the lawyer of his choice representing him at a tribunal. Brady applied for the go-ahead to challenge a bar on solicitor-advocate Robi

Scotsman, 26 min. ago
 
Donald Trump state visit ‘should and will happen’ MPs told during debate

Donald Trump state visit ‘should and will happen’ MPs told during debate

Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK ‘should and will happen’ MPs were told during a three hour debate today.  Sit Alan Duncan, foreign office minister, made the remarks as politicians debated the petition signed by more than 1.8 million people calling o

Metro, 45 min. ago
 
Royal Navy bans sailors from having porn on ships

Royal Navy bans sailors from having porn on ships

Royal Navy sailors will no longer be able to watch pornography, even downloaded from the internet, or have explicit images by their beds. The regulations have apparently been in place since before 2013 but are now being fully applied. They were reportedl

Metro, today, 20:39
 
Theresa May makes shock appearance in House of Lords to watch Brexit bill dehate

Theresa May makes shock appearance in House of Lords to watch Brexit bill dehate

Thereaa May made a highly unusual appearance at the House of Lords today as peers began their two-day debate on the Brexit bill.  The prime minister sat close to the throne as Lords leader Baroness Evans said the Government had a ‘strong mandate’ from th

Metro, today, 20:27
 
Police ‘search former garden’ of double murderer Christopher Halliwell

Police ‘search former garden’ of double murderer Christopher Halliwell

Police are understood to be searching the former garden of double murderer Christopher Halliwell. Haliwell is serving life in prison for stabbing and strangling Becky Godden in 2003 and killing Sian O’Callaghan after abducting her as she left a nightclub

Metro, today, 19:50
 
Man handing out Neo-Nazi leaflets on campus is punched by student

Man handing out Neo-Nazi leaflets on campus is punched by student

A man handing out neo-Nazi leaflets on a university campus was punched in the face by a student, reports claim.  The man was said to distributing material at California Polytechc for what he claimed was the American Nazi Party. The group has said Trump’s

Metro, today, 19:16
 

Portmeirion's Festival No 6 to reveal line up this week

The first wave of artists playing at Portmeirion’s Festival No 6 are due to be revealed this week. With huge performances from top acts in the past including Noel Gallagher , Manic Street Preachers , Bastille and Super Furry Animals, fans await in suspen

Daily Post, today, 18:58
 
Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt's Now Show in Llandudno

Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt's Now Show in Llandudno

Comedy double act Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt will bring their flagship BBC Radio 4 comedy show to Llandudno next month, it has been announced. The Now Show - hosted by the duo who have been working together for almost 30 years - will be recorded live at

Daily Post, today, 18:58
 
Man whose yellow car ‘ruined tourists photos’ buys a grey one instead

Man whose yellow car ‘ruined tourists photos’ buys a grey one instead

A man whose yellow car was written off by vandals after it was accused of ruining a picture postcard view has given into his critics and bought a grey one instead. Peter Maddox’s Vauxhall Corsa hit the headlines in 2015 for ‘photobombing’ photographers’

Metro, today, 18:37
 

Appeal raises £100k for scaffolder who lost hands and leg in accident

A crowdfunding appeal has raised £100,000 for a scaffolder who lost both hands and a leg after being electrocuted. A GoFundMe page was set up for Jamie Mines, 33, after he was injured while working on a five-metre high rig in Swindon, in December. His fr

Metro, today, 18:32
 

Woman’s £215K McLaren supercar bursts into flames after trip to supermarket

Dramatic pictures showed the moment a McLaren supercar burst into flames. A female motorist managed to escape the blaze on Blyth Road, Lincoln, on Sunday. She made sure she’d retrieved her shopping from the £215,000 car before she left at around 12.20pm.

Metro, today, 18:26
 
Huge protests take place across UK as MPs debate Trump state visit

Huge protests take place across UK as MPs debate Trump state visit

Thousands are expected to protest outside Parliament and across the UK this evening as MPs debate Donald Trump’s state visit to Britain. In a packed Westminster Hall, MPs are considering Theresa May’s decision to extend the invitation to the US president

Metro, today, 18:21
 
Father ‘ties crying toddler to bamboo canes and abandons her’ in graveyard

Father ‘ties crying toddler to bamboo canes and abandons her’ in graveyard

A little girl has been found cruelly abandoned in a graveyard in China after being left there by her father, reports claim.  The two-year-old was apparently found by villagers tied to bamboo canes with a sign on her back naming her and her mother. Accord

Metro, today, 18:04
 

Things to do with the kids when it's raining in North Wales

The weather, typically, is predicted to be pretty rubbish over this half term. But don't panic at the thought of being trapped in the house with hyperactive kids all week. Yes, North Wales is renowned for it's beautiful landscape and wonderful outdoor ad

Daily Post, today, 17:53
 

Wrexham cake shop adds afternoon tea for KIDS to its menu

Delicate sandwiches and bite sized treats stacked up on a pretty cake stand with a classic cup of tea - afternoon tea is the ultimate indulgence . And thanks to Emz Cakes in Wrexham , you can now treat your little angels to a children’s afternoon tea. Em

Daily Post, today, 17:53
 


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