Man who filmed rape on victim’s phone sentenced to 10 years in prison

A man who recorded the rape of a sleeping woman was sentenced to ten years in prison by a judge at Swansea Crown Court today, Thursday 23 June. Cameron Hassan changed his plea to guilty on the second day of his trial after the jury saw the horrifying footage. Hassan taped his victim’s privates before …

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Sadio Mané at Bayern Munich on Tuesday after signing for the Liverpool club.

Haaland and Núñez deals will leave the top-2’s rivals wondering how to catch up | Soccer

MManchester City and Liverpool have their most important business done early. The additions of Erling Haaland and Darwin Núñez will give clubs great confidence going into the pre-season and rivals will already be wondering how to catch up. It is of great importance for a player and a team to give a signing as much …

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BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Undated handout file photos issued by the Metropolitan Police of (left to right) Daniel Whitworth, Jack Taylor, Anthony Walgate and Gabriel Kovari.  The long-awaited investigation into the death of Stephen Port's victims will begin on Tuesday.  Over the next 10 weeks, an investigative jury will learn details of how four young gay men died at the hands of the serial killer between June 2014 and September 2015.  Issue date: Tuesday October 5, 2021.

Stephen Port: Meets with police to be investigated again over their handling of deaths of serial killer victims | UK News

Police Oversight is set to re-investigate the Metropolitan Police over their handling of the investigation into the murders of four young men by serial killer Stephen Port. The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) said it will now investigate how Scotland Yard has been investigating the cases during this time HarborRampage from June 2014 to …

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Food over the partition Caroline

Food on the Rift: “There were moments when I wanted to press eject” | life and style

Caroline, 63, London profession Now retired, Caroline formerly worked as an assistant newspaper editor’s assistant voting record Conservative since she voted for Margaret Thatcher when she was 20. “I remember she halved a pound note and said ‘that’s what Labor did to your pound’.” Voted amuse bouche Paragliding from Signal Hill in Cape Town Pankhuri, …

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The S Club 7 star has bravely spoken out about her gambling addiction

S Club 7 star Jo O’Meara reveals her shock addiction has helped her cope with the “stress” of being in the band

To the outside world, the S Club 7 was the picture of the pop band’s perfection – but off the cameras, one of its stars was hiding a dark secret. Now, Jo O’Meara is opening up about her gambling addiction for the first time after years of denying she has a problem. 4 The S …

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Moving the goalposts

Lucy Bronze: “I had offers from Lyon and Barça, the world’s best teams” | England women’s football team

After Lucy Bronze signed for Barcelona last Saturday, her phone pinged. It was Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas who replaced bronze as Fifa’s Player of the Year. “Alexia texted me that she’s so excited to team up with me,” says Bronze. “Things like that give you tremendous confidence when players want to play with you …

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Only a handful of services are running across the country

Rail strikes could ‘escalate’ if no deal is reached and RMT boss ‘can’t see’ Saturday’s strike being avoided | UK News

Rail strikes could “escalate” if a deal isn’t reached for all workers in the industry, the RMT general secretary has warned. Mick Lynch told Sky News more train drivers could enter the dispute – and “other people vote in this industry too”. When asked whether there could be further strikes, he said: “There is still …

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A huge wave piles up over the coastal road, taking cars with it

Marseille, Alexandria and Istanbul prepare for Mediterranean tsunami | tsunamis

A tsunami could soon hit major cities on or near the Mediterranean Sea, including Marseille, Alexandria and Istanbul, with a near 100 percent chance of a wave exceeding a meter in height over the next 30 years, Unesco says. The risk of a tsunami in Mediterranean coastal communities is expected to increase as sea levels …

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