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January 14, 2018 11:33 AM Black cab rapist John Worboys set to live in £300,000 seaside flat near FOUR of his alleged victims after his release from jail

Black cab rapist John Worboys is set to live in a seaside flat worth more than £300,000 following his release from jail – and not far from four of his victims. Worboys, 60, was jailed indefinitely in 2008, with a minimum term of eight years, for drugging and sexually assaulting female passengers. It emerged last week that he would be freed nine years 5

January 12, 2018 1:17 PM Child of FOUR and 106-year-old are labelled a 'danger' on town hall list of 25,000 people that workers are banned from visiting at home

A four-year-old and a 106-year-old are among 25,000 people on town hall ‘danger lists’, it was revealed yesterday. Officials say those on the ‘cautionary contacts lists’ should not be allowed into council buildings and workers should not visit their homes alone. More than a third of those on the lists are considered potentially violent. Others pose a risk of sexual 5

January 11, 2018 9:15 PM Pre-flight drinks at Exeter Airport could soon be banned in government crackdown

An early morning pint before jetting off on holiday could soon be a thing of the past... A pre-flight drink at the airport is often seen as part of the fun of going on holiday, but that could all soon be about to change. Airports bars often start to fill from as early as 5am most days, but the Home Office could be about to clamp down on early morning 12

January 9, 2018 2:07 PM Woman, 38, cries in court as she and five men deny being members of the banned far right terror group National Action and supporting a 'whites only' state

Five men and a woman have appeared in court to deny being members of the banned far-right terror group National Action. The six are accused of being members of the organisation - said to stir up racial hatred and promote an exclusively white society - over the course of last year. Joel Wilmore, 24, of Stockport, Darren Fletcher, 28, of Wolverhampton 2

January 9, 2018 10:59 AM South Korea could CAVE to North Korea after talks to allow Winter Olympics team

NORTH Korea’s proposed entry to South Korea’s Winter Olympics could see Seoul to cave in to Pyongyang with concessions for Kim Jong-un’s warmongering state. South Korea previously banned several North Korean officials from entering the country in response to Pyongyang's ramped-up missile and nuclear tests, conducted despite international pressure 10

January 9, 2018 10:11 AM Japanese canoeist spiked rival's drink in attempt to get him banned from Olympics

One of Japan's top sprint canoeists has been banned from competition for eight years after he admitted spiking a rival's drink with a banned substance in an attempt to disqualify him for selection at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Yasuhiro Suzuki, 32, was considered a medal hopeful at the upcoming Games. However, he confessed to putting a muscle-enhancing 11

January 9, 2018 2:44 AM The Latest: Ex-frat members get jail in pledge's death

Four New York City men have been sentenced to jail in the death of an 18-year-old fraternity pledge during a 2013 hazing ritual in Pennsylvania. FILE - In this May 15, 2017, file photo, Raymond Lam, center, leaves the Monroe County Courthouse in Stroudsburg, Pa. Lam is one of four men from the New York City borough of Queens who pleaded guilty to involuntary

January 8, 2018 4:43 AM Cambodia upholds jail term for Australian in surrogacy case

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) - An appeals court on Monday upheld the prison sentence of an Australian woman convicted of providing commercial surrogacy services in Cambodia. Judge Kim Dany said the appeals court found the lower court conviction of Tammy Davis-Charles complied with Cambodian law and therefore upheld the verdict. She did not take questions 5

January 6, 2018 7:17 AM Twitter will not mute world leaders

Twitter has said it will not block world leaders or remove their “controversial tweets” amid calls to remove US president Donald Trump from the platform. In a blog on Friday, the company said Twitter exists to “serve and help advance the global, public conversation” and therefore would not remove content from elected world leaders. It comes after Mr Trump 6

January 6, 2018 7:07 AM O.J. Simpson to sue 'racist' Las Vegas' Cosmopolitan Hotel for $100million after it banned him for being drunk and disruptive

O.J. Simpson is stepping on the other side of the courtroom, threatening to sue a Las Vegas hotel and casino for $100million. The hotel alleged that on November 9, the infamous football legend was drunk and disruptive. Not only did Cosmopolitan issue a trespass notice to Simpson but they also banned him from returning to the casino. Simpson was at the hotel 4