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    Halal butchers fined £5,000 for illegally dumping waste

    A Bolton butcher has been fined more than £5,000 after illegally dumping large amounts of food waste in the communal bins of the flats where he lived, attracting maggots and disturbing the other residents. Hamed Ahmed...
    2018-01-22 126 0
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    Birmingham residents raise £49,000 for local hospice with Treecycling

    Birmingham residents rose to the challenge of recycling a record number of Christmas trees to raise £49,000 for local charity, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice. 2,630 homes across Birmingham took part in ‘Treecycling’ this weekend (Saturday 13...
    2018-01-22 79 0
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    House in Edgbaston burgled

    Police have appealed for information following the break-in of a home on Vernon Road in Edgbaston by two men. CCTV images of the suspects have been released showing them on the roof of the house and...
    2018-01-18 262 0
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    A local family has been ordered to hand over their £600,000 home to their neighbours after losing a legal battle over a 3-inch extension into their garden. The Constantine family have been ordered by the judge...
    2018-01-18 285 0
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    The Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar (Burma) is regarded by the United Nations as one of the world’s most persecuted communities. Thousands have been killed and more than 500,000 forced to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh in...
    2018-01-18 142 0
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    Meghan Markle had been invited by the Queen to spend Christmas at Sandringham. The 36-year-old fiancé to Prince Harry spent Christmas at Her Majesty’s estate in Norfolk, despite Kate Middleton only being asked after becoming Prince...
    2018-01-18 170 0
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    20 year old student died in freezing temperatures

    Student, Ian Tang, was found dead after attempting to walk home from a nightclub in temperatures of minus two. He left the Club KA in North Walsham, Norfolk and had not been wearing a coat or...
    2018-01-11 220 0
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    Uber Should be Regulated as a Taxi Company

    Uber suffered a major blow in Europe after Europe’s highest court declared it as a transport provider and not an internet company. Uber argued it was an information society service – helping people to make contact...
    2018-01-10 135 0
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    New political ideas between the EU and Great Britain

    The EU’s chief negotiator threw the red line over the Brexit process as David Davis was accused of breaching his faith and violating the code of ethics. Moreover, Michel Barnier once again assured Britain that the...
    2018-01-10 112 0
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    Tamworth Shop Raids

    A number of shop raids have been conducted in Tamworth for seizure of illicit cigarettes and a mass of hand rolling tobacco. Informed by intelligence in order to apprehend the sales of illicit tobacco and cigarettes...
    2018-01-08 100 0
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