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Ian Naude: Cheshire PC jailed for raping 13-year-old girl

[ad_1] Image copyright Cheshire Police Image caption Ian Naude was being investigated for sex offences when he became a student officer A police officer who only joined the force "to gain the keys to a sweetshop" has been jailed for raping a girl.Cheshire Constabulary PC Ian Naude, 30, met the 13-year-old after being called to her house over a domestic incident.He contacted her over social media and eventually raped her
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David Dimbleby’s 25 years on Question Time

[ad_1] Image caption David Dimbleby has spent a quarter-century presenting the show After 25 years, David Dimbleby's tenure on BBC One's Question Time is coming to an end.The presenter is stepping down from the flagship political debate show, with Fiona Bruce poised to replace him. "It has been exhilarating following the twists and turns of British politics," he has said.Twists and turns is putting it mildly. His time on the
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Missing new mother dies in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

[ad_1] Image caption Amanda Cox's death is being treated as unexplained Investigations are taking place into the death of a new mother who is thought to have collapsed after getting lost inside Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.Amanda Cox, who was 34 and from Peebles in the Borders, was reported missing on Monday after failing to return to the maternity ward following a visit to see her son at the neonatal unit.She was
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Teenage victims ‘more likely to self-harm’

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Teenagers who are victims of neglect, bullying, crime, family violence and sexual exploitation are more likely to self-harm and have suicidal thoughts, a study from King's College London finds.The report says the picture is complex, with other pre-existing vulnerabilities like low self-esteem or an unsupportive home also playing a part.But it says schemes to stop adolescents becoming victims may lower the risks.Suicide and self-harm are
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Pep Guardiola: Man City boss says ‘racism is everywhere’

[ad_1] Pep Guardiola says Raheem Sterling is an "incredible" personManchester City manager Pep Guardiola says "racism is everywhere" following the alleged racial abuse of his forward Raheem Sterling in a game at Chelsea.A police investigation is under way into an incident involving Sterling during City's 2-0 Premier League loss at Stamford Bridge on Saturday."Racism is everywhere, it's not just in football," said Guardiola on Tuesday."We have to fight to make
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Young highly sceptical of social mobility

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Young people are highly sceptical about social mobility being a reality, according to a survey from the relaunched Social Mobility Commission.It found many young adults expected to be worse off than previous generations and believed opportunities depended on social background rather than talent.The previous commissioners resigned over a lack of progress.The new chair, Dame Martina Milburn, said she wanted "to create a fair system where
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Darnall crash: Man admits killing four people in smash

[ad_1] Image copyright South Yorkshire Police Image caption Brothers Declan (left) and Elliott Bower appeared at Sheffield Crown Court A man has admitted killing four people, including a toddler, in a crash while being pursued by police.Elliott Bower, 18, was driving a Volkswagen Golf when it smashed into another car in Sheffield last month.Adnan Ashraf Jarral, 35, his 16-month-old son Mohammed Osman Mustafa Bin Adnan, and Vlasta Dunova, 41, and
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BBC Sound of 2019: Which rising stars have made the longlist?

[ad_1] Flamenco singer RosalĂ­a, R&B star Ella Mai and pop artist King Princess are among the rising stars who have made it onto the BBC's Sound of 2019 longlist.Now in its 17th year, the list showcases 2019's hottest new artists. Past winners includes Adele, Sam Smith, Years & Years and Sigrid.This year's selection focuses on solo acts, with only one band in the top 10.It was voted for by 136
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Brexit: Key MPs’ vote ‘is going ahead’ as critics urge renegotiation

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Theresa May has attended a church service near her Maidenhead constituency The Commons vote on Tuesday will not be delayed, the Brexit Secretary has said, amid growing calls for the PM to go back to Brussels to renegotiate. Stephen Barclay also said Theresa May could stay in post if, as expected, MPs reject her Brexit plan. The PM has warned Tory rebels it
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Brexit: Tommy Robinson to lead UKIP march with counter-protests also planned

[ad_1] Image copyright AFP/Getty English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson is to join a pro-Brexit march, organised by UKIP.A counter-protest against "far-right extremists" is being organised to take place at the same time, with anti-fascist groups and Labour-backed campaigners taking part. Scotland Yard has imposed restrictions for the central London marches and urged people to protest peacefully.Labour's John McDonnell said a "network of hate" was emerging.The shadow chancellor urged people