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Abuse case father complained of social work 'prejudice'

A Muslim man whose nine children have been taken into care after a High Court judge decided that the youngsters had been abused has complained of social workers being prejudiced against him. Mr Justice Baker has concluded two boys had been been hit, punc

today, 07:34 in Regional East

Scotland demands to be an equal partner in Brexit negotiations

The Scottish Government has demanded to be treated as an "equal partner" by Theresa May in the Brexit negotiations as the Prime Minister called for a "grown up" relationship with the devolved administrations. The Prime Minister...

today, 03:26 in Regional East

Minute's silence held at match for Munster coach Anthony Foley

A minute's silence for rugby coach Anthony Foley was impeccably observed at a sold-out Thomond Park on Saturday ahead of Munster's European Champions Cup match against Glasgow. Munster head coach Foley died in Paris last weekend, hours before the Irish p

yesterday, 22:18 in Regional East

Ukip donor backs Nigel Farage's former aide as party leader

Ukip's most high-profile donor has backed a former aide to Nigel Farage for the party leadership amid speculation ex-deputy leader Paul Nuttall was poised to enter the race. Insurance tycoon Arron Banks said he was backing Raheem Kassam for the leadershi

yesterday, 20:54 in Regional East

Chemical attacks show 'cruel barbarity' of Assad's rule in Syria, says Johnson

The use of chemical weapons underlines the "cruel barbarity" of Bashar Assad's rule in Syria, Boris Johnson said as he urged the regime and its Russian backers to halt the bloodshed. The Foreign Secretary said the chemical attacks were...

yesterday, 19:05 in Regional East

Aid volunteers fear unofficial migrant camps could grow amid 'Jungle' demolition

Unofficial migrant camps are likely to grow in northern France in the wake of next week's planned demolition of the "Jungle" shanty-town in Calais, British aid volunteers fear. Bulldozers will move in on the slum on Monday, with the French...

yesterday, 18:06 in Regional East
Woman arrested as part of Notts historical abuse investigation is bailed

Woman arrested as part of Notts historical abuse investigation is bailed

0 Have your say A woman arrested over sexual offences in the 1980s has been bailed pending further enquiries. The 59-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of one count of indecent assault and actual bodily harm, and two counts of indecency with a chil

yesterday, 15:50 in Regional East

Police in stand-off with man after 'dangerous items' report

Police are in a stand-off with a man after receiving reports that he is in possession of dangerous items. A safety cordon has been put up at a 200-metre radius and 80 people have been evacuated from the immediate area in west London as a precaution. Offi

yesterday, 14:51 in Regional East

'CS gas spray' found at London City Airport

Police investigating the suspected chemical incident which led to the evacuation of London City Airport have discovered what is "believed to be a CS gas spray", a spokesman said. The find came after police and firefighters scoured the...

yesterday, 14:39 in Regional East

EU steps up efforts to save Canada trade deal

Frantic diplomatic efforts to save the proposed EU-Canada trade pact continued with the president of the European Parliament attempting to prevent the collapse of the deal Canada's international trade minister walked out of talks aimed at keeping the dea

yesterday, 13:52 in Regional East

Police make witness appeal over shop raid death

Police are appealing for two witnesses to come forward after a woman died following a robbery at a newsagents. Judith Ducker, 64, is believed to have been attacked during the robbery at Wellgate News, on Wellgate, in Rotherham, in September. Mrs Ducker,

yesterday, 13:52 in Regional East
Barrie is n amed Volunteer of the Year at Bassetlaw Hospital

Barrie is n amed Volunteer of the Year at Bassetlaw Hospital

0 Have your say A volunteer at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals has won the title of ‘Volunteer of the Year’ at the Trust’s annual Star Awards ceremony. Barrie Smith, who has been volunteering for nine years, has made a huge impact on patients and staff

yesterday, 13:04 in Regional East
Keep your children’s Halloween costumes away from flames

Keep your children’s Halloween costumes away from flames

0 Have your say Parents in Lincolnshire are being advised to ensure their children stay away from naked flames due to the risk posed by fancy dress costumes. Lincolnshire County Council’s Trading Standards officers have warned that even costumes that com

yesterday, 13:04 in Regional East

Clark unveils £4m plan to boost number of electric trucks in UK

Business Secretary Greg Clark has set out a £4 million plan to boost the number of electric vehicles on the UK's roads as he met Japanese automotive chiefs in an effort to reassure them about Brexit. The electric vehicle scheme will allow firms to receiv

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional East

Cumberbatch hails 'true superheroes' at charity awards

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch said he wanted to shine a spotlight on the "true superheroes" in the world, as he received a humanitarian award. The Doctor Strange star was honoured in Los Angeles by Africa charity Geanco - a day after he and...

yesterday, 12:00 in Regional East

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