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April 20, 2018 8:47 PM Man arrested over failed Hither Green burglary

Billy Jeeves, 28, is arrested in Kent after the failed burglary in southeast London on 4 April which left Henry Vincent dead. Police detained Billy Jeeves, 28, on Friday in connection with the burglary on 4 April, in which two men entered the home of Richard Osborn-Brooks in Hither Green, Lewisham. Henry Vincent, another intruder, died after an altercation 6

April 20, 2018 5:39 AM Action comics Number 1 yours for a bargain $300,001

“This auction has a chance to be among the largest comics auctions of all time, if not the largest,” Heritage Auctions Comics Director of Operations Barry Sandoval said. “It will be in a vibrant city that is easy to reach from just about anywhere, and we have an extremely strong collection of valuable comic books that will draw the attention and interest 5

April 19, 2018 11:35 AM Revealed: The average compensation paid out by the Property Ombudsman (and why it might make you think twice about making a claim)

It acts on behalf of consumers and can win back money they've lost during a dispute with their estate agent. But the Property Ombudsman's average compensation may not be as much as aggrieved homeowners had been holding out for. Head of the Property Ombudsman Katrine Sporle says: 'A serious case would be £1,000 compensation but it could go higher than that. In addition 6

April 17, 2018 8:15 AM Corbyn SAVAGED: Labour leader accused of weakness and hypocrisy BY OWN MPs over Syria

LABOUR PARTY leader Jeremy Corbyn faced savage criticism in the House of Commons on Monday for the way he has handled the Syria crisis. Theresa May defended her decision for the UK to join a military coalition with the US and France with airstrikes on Syria on Friday evening. The British strikes were in response the alleged chemical weapons attack from President 16

April 17, 2018 7:14 AM Israel FIRES WARNING: Right of 'total freedom of action' in Syrian airspace

ISRAEL’S defence minister has vowed to protect his country against Iran’s aggression and refused to rule out breaching Syrian airspace to launch future attacks. Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman claimed that Israel has “total freedom of action” in Syrian airspace if necessary. He told Walla News: “We will maintain total freedom of action. We will not accept 12

April 16, 2018 11:35 AM Paw Patrol stars enthral crowds of young fans at Eastgate shopping centre

PAW Patrol favourites Skye and Rubble delighted hundreds of young fans who were excited to meet them at Eastgate Shopping Centre. The stars of the smash hit children’s TV show, which is aired on Nick. Jr, enthralled the crowd of youngsters and their parents when they made an appearance at the Basildon-based shopping centre throughout an action-packed 2

April 14, 2018 3:23 AM Theresa May BLASTS Assad and LAUNCHES airstrikes in SYRIA

THERESA May has ordered military action in Syria as part of a co-ordinated attack with the US and France on the Assad regime to degrade its chemical weapons capability. Prime Minister Theresa May said there was "no practicable alternative to the use of force" to deter the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime. In a statement released in the early 11

April 13, 2018 4:28 PM Travellers spotted at Southend leisure centre car park

A council is in the process of taking action against an illegal traveller encampment which has arrived this afternoon. The travellers arrived at the Southend Leisure and Tennis Centre at some stage yesterday. One witness told the Echo: "About a dozen caravans have taken over the side car park at the leisure centre, usually reserved for coaches and used as an overspill 8

April 13, 2018 9:35 AM Royal Opera House security staff balloted over strike action

Security staff at the Royal Opera House are to be balloted for strikes in a dispute over pay. Members of the Unite union employed by Corps Security at the London theatre will vote in the coming weeks on whether on whether to launch a campaign of industrial action. Unite warned that performances at the Covent Garden venue will be disrupted this summer 5

April 13, 2018 5:48 AM Optus comes under fire for advertising for an 'Anglo Saxon' retail assistant to work part-time in one of their Sydney stores

An Optus store on Sydney's ritzy lower North Shore advertised for an 'Anglo-Saxon' employee. The Neutral Bay shop on Military Road, near Mosman, posted the advertisement for a casual retail assistant on Thursday afternoon, which breached anti-discrimination laws. The job ad, posted on employment site Seek, asked for preferred candidates 'who are Anglo