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December 21, 2018 10:59 PM British drugs kingpin JAILED in France after MASSIVE 1.3-tonne cocaine seizure

The serial drug dealer, Robert Dawes, rose through the ranks to command a widely feared global network. From Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, Dawes was convicted of drug trafficking offences. The conviction came following a 1.3-tonne cocaine seizure at a Paris Airport, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said. The NCA described the 46-year-old as “one of the most influential 81

December 18, 2018 10:19 PM ‘We’re human too’ Policewoman issues heartbreaking plea after toddler death

A POLICEWOMAN has made a heartbreaking plea to the British public after a three-year-old girl died in front of her. PC Jade Hunter responded to a call by West Yorkshire Police to help a toddler who had gone into cardiac arrest. The police officer watched on helplessly as paramedics did all they could to save her life, but tragically the little girl died in front 64

November 30, 2018 2:40 PM Rangers chairman Dave King says some shareholders have links to organised crime

Rangers chairman Dave King has told a court he suspects some shareholders in the club have links to organised crime. At the Court of Session of Edinburgh, King said he is now "100% committed" to making an offer for the remainder of the club's shareholding. He was ordered to do so after being found to have worked with others when taking control of the club in 2015. But King said he could 70

November 29, 2018 12:30 AM What happened when sextortion scammers targeted a BBC Trending reporter?

Thousands of people all over the world have been receiving sextortion emails from scammers. They're different from garden-variety scam emails because they often include a hacked password as part of the message. BBC Trending reporter Jo Whalley received one of the scam emails. Despite having no worries about her browsing history, she was alarmed when she found 38

November 26, 2018 9:59 AM Pictures: India’s first Pride march since gay sex was decriminalised

India has held its first Pride parade since the Supreme Court decriminalised gay sex in September—and it looked amazing. A record number of attendees marched through the streets of Delhi on Sunday (November 25), according to SBS, with signs reading “Love Wins” and “Adios 377” to celebrate the striking down of Section 377, a 157-year-old colonial-era 90

November 25, 2018 9:14 AM Swiss vote on going it alone in sovereignty referendum

The Swiss love their referendums, but a proposal being put to voters about Swiss sovereignty on Sunday morning has upset almost the whole of the political spectrum and could affect Swiss relations with the EU and even the United Nations. The main proposal calls for Swiss law to take precedence over international law and treaties. For supporters like Aliki 67

October 31, 2018 8:57 AM Top Scottish cop admits home curfew errors before Paisley murder

SCOTLAND’S top policeman has admitted that mistakes were made in the home curfew system before the senseless murder of a father of three. Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has promised a shake-up of the home detention curfew system, with organised criminals and violent offenders likely to be barred. Mr Yousaf met members of Mr McClelland’s family including 37

October 31, 2018 5:43 AM BRUTAL! May defies Prime Ministerial protocol to SNUB Brazil's new far-right president

THERESA MAY snubbed the new far-right Brazilian President by not calling to congratulate him on his successful election on Monday, promising to write a letter instead. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has been labelled “the Trump of the tropics,” has denied he harbours extreme fascist views and attempted to paint himself as a “Brazilian Churchill 55

October 23, 2018 7:18 AM Amputee PC told public how to save his life after car crash

A police officer has described how he asked members of the public to put a tourniquet on his leg while he was bleeding to death. PC Tom Dorman had his leg amputated after a car crash in Maidenhead, Berkshire, in September. He said members of the public "ran out of their homes" to stop "catastrophic" bleeding in his leg, which meant he could have "died 49

October 21, 2018 4:56 PM Convoy of migrants swim across river from Guatemala to continue journey towards US

A convoy of people continues to march through Mexico shouting slogans like "yes, we could" despite police efforts to stop them. The convoy of migrants gave up trying to enter Mexico legally because the asylum application process was too slow and circumvented police at a border bridge. They swam and rafted across the river from Guatemala before deciding 86