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MPs criticise bat attack abuse sentence

MPs criticise bat attack abuse sentence

Two MPs have criticised a judge over a suspended jail term given to a man who attacked his wife with a cricket bat. Mustafa Bashir, 34, also forced bleach into her mouth, but the judge in Manchester said his sentence took into account his wife was not...

BBC, 6 min. ago
 

Two more arrested over spate of Denbighshire and Conwy robberies

Two men have been arrested in connection with a spate of robberies in Rhyl, Dyserth and Kinmel Bay. The men, who were arrested last night, are both local to the area and are currently assisting North Wales Police with their enquiries. Another two men who

Daily Post, 35 min. ago
 
Cops hunt rapist after 15-year-old girl attacked near nature reserve

Cops hunt rapist after 15-year-old girl attacked near nature reserve

A 15-year-old girl was raped near a nature reserve in East Dunbartonshire. The attack took place on Merkland Drive in Kirkintilloch, near Merkland Nature Reserve. Detectives believe the incident took place between 5pm and 10pm on Saturday. Cops are under

Daily Record, 36 min. ago
 
Michelle Mone as First Minister of Scotland? The lingerie tycoon has spoken out in favour of taking the top job

Michelle Mone as First Minister of Scotland? The lingerie tycoon has spoken out in favour of taking the top...

Lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone says she is 'tempted' to make a move into Scottish politics and take on the job of first minister. Businesswoman Mone, who made her name as the owner of underwear firm Ultimo, sits in the House of Lords as a Baroness. When o

Daily Record, today, 11:56
 
More Manx £1 notes may be issued as UK launches 12-sided coin

More Manx £1 notes may be issued as UK launches 12-sided coin

The number of Isle of Man £1 notes in circulation could increase following the introduction of 12-sided £1 coins in the UK, a minister has said. The new UK coins, designed to reduce forgery, went into circulation earlier. The round pounds will still be a

BBC, today, 11:54
 
Windsor Castle anti-terror barriers 'ugly', locals say

Windsor Castle anti-terror barriers 'ugly', locals say

New security barriers around Windsor Castle have been branded "ugly" by some locals. They were installed overnight to afford extra protection at Wednesday's Changing of the Guard ceremony in the wake of last week's attack in Westminster....

BBC, today, 11:50
 

York Minster bells to ring at Easter

The bells of York Minster will be rung on Easter Sunday, the cathedral has confirmed. It told the BBC a number of volunteers had offered their services to mark one of the most important days in the Christian calendar. The Minster Chapter dismissed its 30

BBC, today, 11:29
 
Marine A sentence reduced to seven years

Marine A sentence reduced to seven years

Marine A sentenced to seven years for manslaughter of wounded Taliban fighter in Afghanistan This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. If you want to receive Bre

BBC, today, 10:53
 
Daily Mail's Who won Legs-it! headline draws scorn

Daily Mail's "Who won Legs-it!" headline draws scorn

The Daily Mail front page picturing Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon and asking "who won Legs-it" has been condemned as "moronic" sexism. The tabloid was scorned for focussing on the prime minister and first minister's legs during...

BBC, today, 10:28
 
Mum of Scottish boxer who died in Thailand to fly out and bring son's body home

Mum of Scottish boxer who died in Thailand to fly out and bring son's body home

The mum of a boxer who collapsed and died while training in Thailand is due to fly out to bring her son’s body home. Jordan Coe had been training for a Muay Thai bout when he collapsed in Thailand on Sunday. It is believed the 20-year-old was wearing a h

Daily Record, today, 10:20
 
Police investigating 'human waste in Coca Cola cans'

Police investigating 'human waste in Coca Cola cans'

Police have begun an investigation after what appeared to be human waste was found in drinks cans delivered to a Coca Cola factory in Northern Ireland. The night shift at the Lisburn factory was disrupted last week when machines became clogged and worker

BBC, today, 10:04
 
Wales flag emoji could be on smartphones by July

Wales flag emoji could be on smartphones by July

Emoji flags for Wales, Scotland and England could be available on tablets and smartphones by the summer. Unicode, the authority on computer text and characters, has already approved adding the three flags to the next release of emojis in June. Technology

BBC, today, 10:04
 
Eric Luke on 43 years of photojournalism

Eric Luke on 43 years of photojournalism

Where is this Belfast boy now? Photographer Eric Luke sometimes wonders about him. He took this photo in 1977 when he travelled north from Dublin to cover the Queen's Silver Jubilee visit for the Irish Press. There was trouble that culminated in a street

BBC, today, 10:04
 
'At least it's in a place where I can hide it' Scotland fan doesn't regret promise to get Coldplay tattoo on his bum if Chris Martin scored

'At least it's in a place where I can hide it' Scotland fan doesn't regret promise to get Coldplay tattoo...

Callum Strang, 22, was disgusted when Gordon Strachan sent on much-maligned striker and Coldplay singer namesake Chris Martin in a last-gasp bid to save Scotland 's World Cup dream. And as he sat fuming in front of the telly, he tweeted: “Chris Martin co

Daily Record, today, 08:41
 
Armed police in Wrexham for 'serious incident'

Armed police in Wrexham for 'serious incident'

Several armed police officers were in Wrexham last night following what is believed to be a serious incident. One police officer was stood outside a property on Vernon Street in the Rhosddu area of the town. The street was closed off from roughly 9.30pm

Daily Post, today, 08:08
 


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