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  • Buddhist monk leaves life’s work on Tube after taking selfie with Boris Johnson

    April 25, 2014 5:20 PM 16

    A Tibetan Buddhist monk distracted by a selfie with Boris Johnson lost his life’s work after leaving his laptop on the Tube. Lelung Rinpoche, 43, who lives in Eastcote, north west London was travelling back from Uxbridge on the Metropolitan line carrying his laptop when he bumped into the mayor of London. The laptop contained a 900-page history of Buddhism

  • Gary Pocock death: Five guilty of baseball bats killing

    April 25, 2014 4:26 PM 30

    Four men and a teenager have been found guilty of beating their friend to death with baseball bats. The body of Gary Pocock was found half naked on the beach in Leysdown, Kent, in August. The 34-year-old, who had been out drinking in Sheppey on the night of his death, had been accused by the group of molesting a teenage girl. Jurors at Maidstone Crown

  • Man stabbed in Fane Street, south Belfast hate crime

    April 25, 2014 3:51 PM 4

    A man has been stabbed in the leg in a hate crime in south Belfast. The 23-year-old was walking across a footbridge into Fane Street when he was approached by two men. Both shouted racist comments, before one of them stabbed the victim in the right leg with a small knife. He was treated in hospital for the injury. The attack happened between 10:30 BST and 11:00 BST on Thursday

  • Briton Wayne Davies feared drowned in Dutch canal

    April 25, 2014 3:28 PM 137

    A missing British tourist may have fallen in a canal on a night out in the Dutch city of Leiden, according to police in the Netherlands. Police divers have been searching waterways for Wayne Davies, who went missing after leaving the Hifi nightclub, early on Saturday morning. The 22-year-old apprentice plumber could have tripped into the city's extensive

  • UKIP stand by their latest trouble man

    April 25, 2014 3:15 PM 9

    More trouble for Ukip this morning: it seems that yet another party official has some colourful views about ‘people of color’. David Challice, who is understood to work at Ukip HQ, once suggested that ‘cash-strapped Moslems’ should have multiple wives. Well, Mr S would point out that, even under Labour, cash-strapped monogamous British Muslims were never

  • Man jailed over charity shop indecent images of children

    April 25, 2014 2:03 PM 6

    A man caught with indecent images of children after his wife took his DVDs to the charity shop has been jailed. Mark Rooks, of Louth, Lincolnshire, admitted possessing hundreds of sexually explicit pictures of children, including some of the most extreme. He was jailed for eight months, made to sign the sex offenders register, given a sexual offences

  • WMN Letters: Jamaica Inn poor depiction of Cornish

    April 25, 2014 12:21 PM 2

    Cornish social media has been alive with complaints about the casting and dialogue in Emma Frost’s production of Jamaica Inn, which was shown on BBC One this week. The actors cannot pronounce Cornish place names, the accents were very “East of Tamar” and the sentence constructions were more Anglo than Cornish. The poor sound transmission made matters

  • Bogus Social Worker Examines Newborn

    April 25, 2014 10:04 AM 4

    A woman masquerading as a social worker is being hunted after gaining access to a house and examining a four-month-old baby boy. An investigation has been launched after a woman claiming to be a social worker called at a house in Gloucestershire and examined a baby. The woman, carrying a fake ID badge and a black zip-up folder, visited a new mother in Quedgeley

  • Gary Church was "one in a million" - Hillsborough Inquests hears

    April 25, 2014 9:19 AM 14

    - last updated Fri 25 Apr 2014 The Hillsborough inquests continued today with more pen portraits of those who died. The youngest of four children, Gary was brought up in the Seaforth area of Liverpool. "Gary was a lovely child and he caused my mum and dad no trouble. He was a typical little boy and he loved to watch and play football. "He was a member

  • Mum of three disabled children in court today charged with murder

    April 25, 2014 9:16 AM 7

    Tania Clarence, 42, was arrested after bodies discovered in their New Malden home A mum is due to appear in court today (Friday) charged with the murder of her three severely disabled children, after their bodies were found in their home in New Malden, south London. Tania Clarence, 42, has been charged with the deaths of her three-year-old twin sons, Ben and Max, and four year-old