Derek Jackson, standing for the Liberal Party in Glasgow Southside, was confronted by police after being accused of making anti-Semitic gestures. Mr Jackson denied the yellow star he was wearing was related to the stars Jewish people were forced to wear during the Holocaust, and claimed his hand gestures were ‘love salutes’, not Nazi salutes.
A leopard was spotted in Nashik's residential area on May 05. The CCTV had captured the leopard wandering around in school premises. Forest Officer said, "Leopard was spotted near Ambad PS around 1 am. A motorcyclist fell down while the leopard was crossing a path. It has gone into the forest area, residential area is safe now."
A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker's house in Kankinara Ramnagar colony area of Bhatpara were vandalised by miscreants on May 04. CCTV footage shows crude bombs were hurled at BJP worker house. The BJP worker alleged that TMC is behind the attack. A series of post-poll violence witnessed in parts of Bengal.
The formal identification of the body found during the search for missing teenager Richard Okorogheye has yet to be identified.
Metropolitan Police Detective Superintendent Danny Gosling says formal identification and post-mortem exam will take place soon, meanwhile police will remain in Epping Forest to carry out further searches. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
The Metropolitan Police Service says there has been "no activity" on the phone of missing teenager Richard Okorogheye. The student has not been seen by his family since 22 March when he left their home in the Ladbroke Grove area. Police investigating his disappearance are now conducting searches in Essex after CCTV captured the 19-year-old in Loughton in the early hours of Tuesday March 23. Report by Thomasl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
One of the organisers of Reclaim These Streets said she felt "silenced and belittled" after Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) backed the Metropolitan Police's handling of the trouble at the Sarah Everard vigil on March 13. Jamie Klingler said she was "disappointed but not very surprised" and called the report findings "shocking". Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Commander Richard Smith, head of the Met's Counter-Terrorism command, says he was shocked to discover that rookie police officer Benjamin Hannam was a member of the banned neo-Nazi group National Action.
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Boris Johnson has said he can “totally understand” why the death of Sarah Everard has triggered a “wave of feeling” on the issue of women’s safety.The Prime Minister told reporters at Queen’s University Belfast: “Like everybody, I’m shocked and appalled about the news from the Met about Sarah Everard.“I think that the whole country will be united in their feeling for her friends, her family and will share their shock and their grief.“I can see, and I totally understand, why this has triggered such a wave of feeling on this issue – on the issue of safety of women and safety of the streets.“And I want to echo very much what Priti Patel said, which is that no woman should walk our streets in fear – every woman should feel able to walk our streets in safety.“As for the proposed vigil, as you know there is a case I think before the courts right now.”
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This is the moment a mum-to-be gave her husband a taste of what it's like to be pregnant - by strapping a WATERMELON to his stomach.Cheryl Moir, 36, was fuming after husband Colin, 35, accused her of..