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August 19, 2018 7:22 AM GALLERY- Southend Carnival is another great success

THOUSANDS of people lined the streets for the annual seaside carnival. All the fun of the fair arrived in Southend last night at the seafront. There was plenty of fun to be had and the carnival procession did not disappoint at all. There were lots of colourful floats and entertainers who took to the streets to wow the crowds. The crowds, families and visitors 5

August 18, 2018 6:03 PM British paraglider Innes Powell, 54, killed in mid-air collision

The well-known instructor was competing in the British Open before he died ahead of the final race in Krusevo, Macedonia. Innes Powell, 54, crashed into Ukranian paraglider Igor Volov, 56, ahead of the final race of the British Open in Krusevo on Friday, it has been revealed. The British paraglider died in a nearby hospital following resuscitation attempts 5

August 18, 2018 3:01 PM BREXIT ATTACK: Farage marks return to frontline politics with HUGE rant against May -VIDEO

NIGEL FARAGE delivered a blistering rant against Prime Minister Theresa May during an on-air interview this afternoon, following his announcement of his return to frontline politics, as he claimed Mrs May does not believe Britain is "good enough to run its own affairs". Nigel Farage announced his return to the 'Brexit battlefield' this morning with a tour to rally 6

August 18, 2018 10:57 AM Police helicopter called out in search for missing Brighton mother

Her disappearance is said to be out of character, and police have said she is vulnerable. Ms Proffitt, who lives in the Fiveways area, is not believed to be carrying a mobile phone, and detectives have issued an appeal for people to keep an eye out for her. The force said a police drone and the National Police Air Service helicopter assisted in the search 9

August 18, 2018 4:06 AM Weekend Walk: take a stroll on an old Roman road

2. Find a footpath on your left in the hedgerow. Aim to the right of trees then cross the large field. Go over a footbridge. Veer diagonally left to a fingerpost, then turn right to walk diagonally across the field you are still in to the left of a large tree. In the opposite corner go over a stile and continue across a field. It is here near Curds Farm, that you would 5

August 17, 2018 11:01 PM 'Be CAREFUL!' US supercop has STERN warning for Sadiq Khan as London BLOODBATH continues

FORMER New York police commissioner Bill Bratton warned London mayor Sadiq Khan tougher policing will not resolve London’s violent crime epidemic after the latest series of stabbings shocked the capital this week. Mr Bratton, who has been praised for his clampdown on violent crime in New York and Los Angeles, urged the London mayor to “be careful” about 5

August 17, 2018 9:47 PM Rodrigo Alves given formal warning on CBB after using racist language

Celebrity Big Brother contestant Rodrigo Alves has been given a formal warning after he used racist language on the reality TV show. Brazilian TV personality Alves, 35, told former The Only Way Is Essex star Dan Osborne he was not attracted to him as he was “too white”. Alves was summoned to the diary room where he was told his language was “unacceptable 5

August 17, 2018 5:48 PM Zippos denies animal abuse claims as demonstrators protest circus

Martin Burton, founder of Zippos Circus, categorically denies any allegations of animal abuse. “However, our animal husbandry is excellent, the audience loves the animals and we are delighted to be back in Brighton.” The group is planning to protest outside most of the circus’s shows between now and August 28. Sarah Whitehead from Brighton Animal Rights 6

August 17, 2018 8:55 AM Highways England reassures drivers after Genoa bridge collapse

British chief highways engineer Mike Wilson has spoken out, offering his "deepest sympathies" to everyone involved in the tragedy but assuring people that safety "is and will always be our top priority". There are around 21,000 bridge structures on Britain's network of motorways and A roads, although none are similar in design to the one in Italy 6

August 17, 2018 7:46 AM Councillor exchanging political swamp for Tough Mudder race this weekend

A COVINGHAM councillor used to Swindon’s political swamp is getting muddy for a good cause this weekend. Dale Heenan will take on the Tough Mudder at Badminton in aid of charity Open Door and Swindon Community Libraries Trust this weekend. He hopes to raise £1,000 towards the cost of opening a new café at Liden Library, which was handed over to the trust 5