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  • Drugs and property worth £216,000 seized as police crack down on dealers in Brixham and Paignton

    September 20, 2017 5:17 PM 6

    Cars and drugs seized by police in Brixham have brought the value of items seized during the latest police operation to £216,000. Police say the figures show the success of Operation Olympic, which is designed to target the drugs trade in Brixham and neighbouring Paignton. According to figures published by police today, £216,000 is the estimated value

  • Tory MP lashes at Labour Remainer for trying to stop Brexit by 'HOOK OR CROOK'

    September 20, 2017 4:24 PM 7

    TORY MP Kwasi Kwarteng has condemned Labour party politicians for trying to constantly design new ruses to stop Brexit. The Spelthorne MP blasted Labour frontbencher Heidi Alexander as she tried to defend her party's attempts to derail the Brexit Repeal Bill in Parliament. Speaking on BBC Daily Politics, Mr Kwarteng said: "I don’t know what Heidi’s motivations

  • Primary school pupil's road safety poster goes on display for all to see

    September 20, 2017 4:01 PM 6

    A PRIMARY school pupil has his work displayed on a giant poster for all to see after winning a nation-wide competition. Year 2 pupil Frank Nowak, who attends East Wichel Primary School, was on Tuesday handed a certificate for winning a Brakes road safety competition. The idea was for pupils to submit ideas for a poster warning people about the importance

  • Liverpool regrets: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain plays and Arsenal fans laugh

    September 20, 2017 3:55 PM 6

    Don’t panic, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the Arsenal player who left the club for Liverpool in a £40m transfer. Four matches into his rosy-fingered dawn and ‘The Ox’ has yet to be on the winning side. When Gareth Bale was at Spurs, it took 25 matches (!) for him to be on the winning team. The Sun’s Pat Sheehan covered Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat by Everton

  • When Does 'The Apprentice' Start? New Series' Launch Date Confirmed

    September 20, 2017 3:49 PM 7

    Tell your friends they're 'fired' - for the next few weeks, at least. The upcoming 13th series of the hit reality competition will kick off on Wednesday 4 October at 9pm, according to a post on the show’s official Twitter account. Fortunately for the show’s fans, patience shouldn’t be too much of an issue, as we’re just two weeks away from the new series’

  • Free flights for Ryanair passengers thanks to Southend Airport

    September 20, 2017 3:40 PM 6

    Southend Airport is offering free flights to some Ryanair passengers whose flights have been cancelled. Ryanair has put out a full list of all 1,616 flights that have been cancelled between yesterday and October 28. Southend Airport has offered free flights to the passengers but conditions apply. The airport will only give out 100 return tickets on a first

  • Why people in medieval costumes will march through a Devon village

    September 20, 2017 3:14 PM 7

    The Colyford Medieval Goose Fayre dates back to King John’s reign in 1207 Thousands of revellers will descend on the annual Colyford Medieval Goose Fayre next weekend for an event that dates back to King John’s reign in 1207. The fayre remains true to its medieval roots, with contemporary fairground activities kept at bay. It was an annual event until

  • 'You've only yourself to blame!' Campbell slated by Sky News host for rise of Corbyn

    September 20, 2017 2:28 PM 14

    Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn takes part in a community meeting at the Guru Har Rai Gurdwara Sahib temple “I never felt uncomfortable with Gordon’s politics in the way that sometimes I might do with Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell.” Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn has been planning radical changes to the set up of the Labour party, as he attempts to secure his power

  • How much should tax payers contribute to the council tax bills of people on low incomes?

    September 20, 2017 2:14 PM 5

    You are being asked to have your say on new proposals for council tax support in East Devon East Devon residents are being asked how much the council should pay towards the council tax bills of working age householders on low incomes who live in the district. The question of how much should tax payers contribute to the council tax bills of people on low incomes

  • Dog owner fined for out of date microchip details

    September 20, 2017 2:14 PM 6

    A DOG owner must pay £120 for not keeping the details on his dog’s microchip up to date. East Riding of Yorkshire Council prosecuted Adrian Walker, 58 of Elma Avenue, Bridlington, after his dog was taken to their kennels and dog wardens found the microchip was out of date. He pleaded guilty before Beverley Magistrates’ Court and was fined £40 with £50 prosecution