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11-year-old girl gang raped in Sweden – Perpetrators walk free and laugh in her face

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Swedish independent journalist Joakim Lamotte has talked to a mother whose 11-year-old daughter was raped by two men. The girl was forced to both anal and oral sex. The young men were arrested, but released shortly after. Several times the daughter has met the boys when she walks to school. They laughed in her face. The mother has just been informed that the investigation has been closed, and that her daughter will not be redressed. Her daughter’s life has been destroyed, she says, and the only resort they see is…


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Theresa May fights on as rebellion against draft Brexit deal stalls

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By Greg Heffer, political reporter Theresa May appears to have secured her immediate survival in 10 Downing Street as a rebellion against her leadership stalls. During a tumultuous day, Michael Gove, Penny Mordaunt and Liam Fox chose to stay in the cabinet while the number of dissenters publicly handing in letters of no confidence only reached 21. Forty-eight are needed to trigger a Tory leadership contest. It has been one of the most difficult 24 hours of Mrs May’s premiership and, according to Sky sources, she held a conference call with…


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Mother and ex-partner jailed over death of toddler tied to ‘cage’ bed

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A woman and her ex-partner have been jailed over the death of a toddler who was tied face-down to a “cage” bed. Lauren Coyle and Reece Hitchcott were cleared of manslaughter but found guilty of allowing the death of her 19-month-old daughter Ellie-May Minshull-Coyle at their Preston flat. The little girl was found by her grandfather tied to a pink Frozen bed which had been converted into a “cage” with bedding and sheets over the sides to stop her from seeing outside, a jury heard. Image:The bed was surrounded by…


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VEGAN ROW: Furious ‘vegan mafia’ accuse farm shop of MURDER over Christmas turkey offer

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VEGAN ROW: Furious ‘vegan mafia’ accuse farm shop of MURDER over Christmas turkey offer A FARM SHOP has been accused of murder by angry vegans after customers were offered the chance to name and look after their Christmas turkey for two months before the animal is slaughtered. Matt Carter of Greendale Farm Shop in Exeter posted the controversial offer on Facebook, telling shoppers they could chose their turkey, feed it and even give the bird a name before the farm takes care of the “difficult bits at the end”. But…


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Governments have THESE secret plans in place for alien landing, reveals astronomer

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Governments have THESE secret plans in place for alien landing, reveals astronomer CONTINGENCY plans are in place for an alien landing, astronomer Eddie Mair has confirmed as he warned the possibility that the huge cigar-shaped object travelling through space is a spaceship “cannot be ruled out”. By KATIE WESTON PUBLISHED: 07:10, Wed, Nov 7, 2018 | UPDATED: 07:11, Wed, Nov 7, 2018 Governments do have secret plans in place for the possibility of an alien landing, confirmed an astronomer. However, these plans would crumble if an alien landing ever actually happened. Speaking to LBC, Eddie…


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Theresa May facing growing calls to publish legal advice on Brexit deal

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Theresa May is coming under increasing pressure to publish the government’s legal advice on a possible Brexit deal. The prime minister is facing calls to make public the guidance given to her by Attorney General Geoffrey Cox QC on potential post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland. As Mrs May works to achieve a breakthrough in negotiations with the EU – currently still deadlocked on the Irish border issue – a growing number of MPs are demanding to see the legal assessment of any agreement before parliament votes on it. Sky News…


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Facebook delays roll-out of UK political advertiser checks

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Facebook has delayed plans to introduce checks on verifying the identities of political advertisers as part of an initiative to tackle election interference. Although the requirement was set to be introduced on 7 November, it has been pushed back following a series of embarrassing incidents in which the company failed to check if advertisers were who they claimed. In April, Facebook’s chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer told MPs that new measures to boost transparency on the social network would be introduced in the UK. These would require anyone who wanted…


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Stabbed man fighting for life after five die in London street attacks in a week

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By Sanya Burgess, news reporter Two men have been stabbed in daylight on London’s streets – after five others died from knife attacks in the capital within a week. Police were called just after midday to reports of a stabbing on Willow Vale in Shepherd’s Bush, west London. A male, believed to be in his teens, was found with a stab injury and was taken to hospital in a life-threatening condition. Hours later officers in Hackney found a man with stab wounds at Leabank Square. The man was taken to…


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10 pointers on where we are with Brexit

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“I hadn’t intended to mention the ‘B’ word,” Theresa May joked tonight at a reception in Westminster, before going on to talk about how in her view Brexit gives the government a big chance to reform the country. It’s true that it’s an opportunity for change, if she and her colleagues can avoid damaging turmoil at the same time, if Brexit is not to become the kind of rather rude word her phrase tonight normally refers to. At the risk of writing what I have written on several occasions here…


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