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Robert Keogh jailed for smuggling guns into UK at Dover

Robert Keogh jailed for smuggling guns into UK at Dover

A man who smuggled 60 guns hidden in his car into the UK has been jailed for nine years. Robert Keogh, 37, from Dublin, was stopped on 2 August by Border Force officers at the Port of Dover. Canterbury Crown Court heard it was "highly...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Essex lorry deaths: Eamonn Harrison, 22, held for 10 days

Essex lorry deaths: Eamonn Harrison, 22, held for 10 days

A man from County Down who is wanted by Essex police investigating the deaths of 39 people found in the back of a lorry has been remanded in custody. The bodies were found in a refrigerated container in a lay-by in Thurrock in Essex in October. Police...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Brexit Party won't stand in Tory seats - Farage

Brexit Party won't stand in Tory seats - Farage

Nigel Farage says Brexit Party won't contest seats won by Tories in 2017 - but will stand in all Labour seats This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. You...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Valerie Graves: Romanian man admits 2013 house-sitter murder

Valerie Graves: Romanian man admits 2013 house-sitter murder

A Romanian man has pleaded guilty to the murder of a grandmother who was bludgeoned to death six years ago. Valerie Graves, 55, was found dead in the ground-floor bedroom of a property in Smugglers Lane, Bosham, West Sussex, on December 30, 2013....

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
BBC apologises for using wrong Remembrance Day clip

BBC apologises for using wrong Remembrance Day clip

The BBC has apologised for mistakenly running an out-of-date clip of Boris Johnson laying a wreath of poppies. It said a production error led to BBC Breakfast showing images purporting to be the prime minister attending a Remembrance Day service on...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Man rescued from River Stour after Canterbury scooter fall

Man rescued from River Stour after Canterbury scooter fall

An 89-year-old man with dementia was rescued from a river when he fell from his mobility scooter. Alfie Sands had been travelling past the Millers Arms, in Mill Lane, Canterbury, Kent, on Friday when he fell into the River Stour. Passers-by had to...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Armistice Day: Nation falls silent in remembrance for 100th time

Armistice Day: Nation falls silent in remembrance for 100th time

The UK has fallen silent for those who died in two world wars and all conflicts since at the 100th commemoration of Armistice Day. It took place exactly 100 years after the first two-minute silence was held. The Royal British Legion called on the...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
The biggest moments from the People's Choice Awards

The biggest moments from the People's Choice Awards

It's one of America's biggest award shows, so naturally lots of Hollywood's biggest names headed down to the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles last night. Over a billion votes were cast by fans to decide the winners in the 42 categories. It was a...

11 November 2019 in Art & Culture
 
People's Choice Awards: How a fan's One Direction fantasy won a top film prize

People's Choice Awards: How a fan's One Direction fantasy won a top film prize

Some of this year's biggest films were trounced at the People's Choice Awards in the US, when a relatively unknown movie based on a piece of One Direction fan fiction was named best drama. After, which has a score of just 17% on Rotten Tomatoes, beat...

11 November 2019 in Art & Culture
 
Man charged over Salford Remembrance Sunday firework disruption

Man charged over Salford Remembrance Sunday firework disruption

A man has been charged after fireworks disrupted the two-minute silence at a Remembrance Sunday event. Fireworks exploded above the cenotaph in Eccles, Salford, as hundreds of people stood in silence at 11:00 GMT and listened to the Last Post. They...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
NI parties hit out against veteran prosecution pledge

NI parties hit out against veteran prosecution pledge

The Conservatives and Labour parties will mark Armistice Day by promising measures to support military personnel and veterans. The Tories say they would change the law to protect veterans who served in NI from legal action. But Ulster Unionist MLA...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Tenement building collapses after minimarket fire in Glasgow

Tenement building collapses after minimarket fire in Glasgow

A three-storey tenement building in Glasgow's southside has collapsed after a fire spread from a ground floor shop. Several fire crews have been working through the night to tackle the blaze, which is now under control. The fire has burned through the...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
UK growth slowest in almost a decade, says ONS

UK growth slowest in almost a decade, says ONS

The UK economy has avoided sinking into recession by growing 0.3% in the three months to the end of September. The expansion comes after the economy shrank in the second quarter for the first time since 2012. Two quarters of contraction would have...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 
Is climate change to blame for Australia's bushfires?

Is climate change to blame for Australia's bushfires?

Australia is enduring a bushfire crisis that has left three people dead, razed more than 150 homes, and prompted warnings of "catastrophic" danger. Bushfires are a regular feature in the Australian calendar, but the blazes in New South Wales...

11 November 2019 in World News
 
Girl, 2, seriously hurt in fall from car in Accrington

Girl, 2, seriously hurt in fall from car in Accrington

A two-year-old girl suffered serious head injuries when she fell out of a car, police have said. Lancashire Police said she could have been hit by another vehicle after falling from the BMW X5 early on Sunday in Accrington, The girls was in a...

11 November 2019 in Regional
 


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