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A British schoolgirl, 12, was “gang raped” by teens after being lured to sex abuse hotspot: Police

Police in Knowsley, Merseyside, have confirmed that a major investigation is underway after a 12-year-old local girl was gang raped by a group of teenagers. Police say that the unidentified youngster was lured from the care home she lived inside of in the area to a nearby "hotspot" that has as of late become known for being a place where people are sexually assaulted. The girl, whom we aren't allowed to name, is believed to have been living in care via a home for orphans in Lancashire. The home the girl was living in is now also under investigation as police have criticized the massive failure on behalf of officials to safeguard the well-being of the young girl. Records show that the girl has gone through an extraordinary bout oof hardships throughout her life making the traged...
Dying hubby stabbed wife of 35 years in the head because she brought him a cup of tea
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Dying hubby stabbed wife of 35 years in the head because she brought him a cup of tea

THE DAILY STAR is out this weekend with a bizarre story of a man apparently dying of cancer, but, on his way presumably out decided to off his wife because she brought him tea. The Star reports that the man apparently was groteqsuely offended by the move although nobody’s quite sure why as it doesn’t make sense. Magistrates heard how the wife had to have hospital treatment (Image: PA Archive/PA Images) The crazy person has been identified as George Anderson from the Belfast area. The unusual story apparently emerged out of Belfast where the 60-year-old man faces charges including attempted murder and possession of a deadly weapon. It is further unclear what else may have provoked the unwarranted attack.
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Brexit is complete, here’s what you need to know as divorce looms

The agreement that will finally bring the United Kingdom out of the European Union along with its trade pact has reportedly been completed. According to Downing St, the agreement has been struck although must now be placed into legislation in the House of Commons and so on. That part of the deal will take place sometime next week ahead of the New Year. The long-drawn out attempt at a trade agreement is more than a year in the making almost and is expected to take place on 1 January. It is also expected to take place against the backdrop of a Coronavirus mutation ravaging England right as we speak — leaving many to wonder if healthcare and medicine from outside countries might be jeopardized because of the deal.
COVID has stopped all travel from the U.K, here’s what you need to know
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COVID has stopped all travel from the U.K, here’s what you need to know

COVID-19 and reports of a new mutated strain in London have caused multiple countries to stop all travel from the U.K arriving on their soil. Germany; France, Italy (America?), and at least two more countries have all blocked incoming travel from the U.K. The block comes just hours after reports of a 70% more contagious mutated version of the Coronavirus. It is unclear how or when this version of the Coronavirus mutated or perhaps to what full extent it is actually mutated. The Eurotunnel Le Shuttle which straddles service between the U.K/France border has confirmed that the last train left shortly after 9:15pm local time tonight. All travel is suspended as of this writing. A running list so far of those that have blocked the U.K: Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Au...
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London could be back on lockdown within days

According to one heisty MP for London and Wesminister Nickie Aiken the city could soon within days be back on lockdown. That lockdown likely will be triggered by intense rises in COVID-19 cases against the separate backdrop of vaccine fears. On Tuesday, the NHS issued a warning to people who have severe food or medication allergies not to get the COVID jab. News of such riled members of the public whom are now rightfully concerned. According to that warning, at least 2 confirmed cases of severe allergic reactions amongst health workers emerged on V-Day. The news hasn’t sat well with members or constituents of Aiken ‘s now that she is stating lockdown’s could be back. Aicken claims that “rule breakers” among other cohorts. At least 24 areas of region have spikes in COVID-19 ...
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Alex Rodda, 15, a British teenager was bludgeoned to death by his rapist — he’s now standing trial

A sad story today as it has emerged a local teen is dead this week after having been killed by the 19-year-old man who was having a sexual relationship with him. According to the Manchester Evening News, Alex Rodda, 15, is dead after being bludgeoned to death by Matthew Mason an apprentice mechanic worker. From what we understand, this happened last December and is just now being made to stand trial. Mason allegedly led the young boy to a wooded area in the village of Ashley where he bludgeoned him 15 times to shut up him over the further alleged revelation that he was going to tell the cops about their relationship.
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The Queen has lost another one of her dog’s

The Queen has long considered her dogs part of her family. And with this news comes legitimate heartbreak. According to The Sun, the Queen ‘s dog Vulcan died this week leaving her with just one of her famous dogs left. The dogs have been with the Queen practically since the beginning of time and were often regulards throughout royal property.
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People have absolutely no interest in a statue of Thatcher

GRANTHAM — The late Baroness Margaret Thatcher (and in part her shitty politics that helped degenerate the U.K) are making headlines once more. In the coming days, a new statue in her honour is reportedly set to be unveiled in her hometown of Grantham. However — it’s become wildly clear the locals want no parts. Thousands of people have now signed up to throw eggs at her status as it is being unveiled. Bois and girls and me non binarys, we out here holding contest for egg throwing, lassos throwing, and potentially graffiti art,” the event’s organizer, Kass Arif, wrote on Facebook.  “Where are we doing this you might ask, well the in the wonderful city of Grantham, and we have a special target being made currently, a beautiful statue of the Iron Lady, now it’s a family f...
The wild story of Michael Fagan and how he managed to break into Buckingham Palace
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The wild story of Michael Fagan and how he managed to break into Buckingham Palace

This article is on the subject of Michael Fagan the historical figure mentioned in Season 4 of the Crown. In 1982, Michael Fagan managed to breach the walls of Buckingham Palace; break through a staff window, wander around the palace, and eventually land in the Queen ‘s bedroom. Fagan, according to history, was a troubled individual but particularly not quite on his own accord. Stamped out by the rising unemployment; civil unrest, and lack of help from the state during Thatcher ‘s reign —- Fagan was at a brick road in his life. Certainly nobody should ever break into place’s that aren’t there’s — however much more should’ve been done to address the fact Margaret Thatcher single-handedly brought often more trouble than good to the United Kingdom. On the night of 9 July 1982 ...
Killer Be Gone:  Notorious serial killer the Yorkshire Ripper is dead at 74 after refusing COVID treatment in prison
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Killer Be Gone: Notorious serial killer the Yorkshire Ripper is dead at 74 after refusing COVID treatment in prison

The Yorkshire Ripper (aka Peter Sutcliffe) has died at the age of 74 today after having contracted the Coronavirus. According to reports, Sutcliffe died at the University hospital in North Durham shortly after 1:10 am locale time. Sutcliffe had apparently mused about his death for months in the event that he would actually get the Coronavirus although feared it. In the months leading up to his death, he had written letters to an unidentified penpal unamused that lockdown had begun but nothing seriously had changed in relation to the virus. Meanwhile it is also believed that he had more victims although his death moots whatever search for truth may come out of that.
The Welsh Government (temporarily?) tried to stop the sale of women’s tampons for reasons that are unclear
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The Welsh Government (temporarily?) tried to stop the sale of women’s tampons for reasons that are unclear

Firebreak lockdown; tampons, and Tesco. If that sounds like the subject of a conservative memo --- that's because that's just what it appears to be. Over the weekend, a woman known only as Katie decidedly went to Tesco to buy her feminine products as one normally would. One could easily guess that controversy quickly followed. What is a firebreak lockdown? The Welsh Government implemented a confusing ban on non-essential items amid rising cases of the Coronavirus. Somebody high up in the government told Tesco not to tell tampons at their store --- otherwise this wouldn't have happened. This is called a firebreak lockdown -- which is "designed" to prevent people from spending allot of time in stores. The problem is that women's tampons are most definitely essential. ...
Princess Beatrice is married
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Princess Beatrice is married

Beatrice is officially a married woman. In a socially distanced wedding, Princess Beatrice married her partner Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in the presence of Prince Phillip and the Queen herself. Kensington Palace
Wild: Cummings claims he violated the law to test his VISION
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Wild: Cummings claims he violated the law to test his VISION

Dominic Cummings has apparently responded to the backlash over his literal 250+ mile journey to Durham. According to The Guardian, Boris Johnson 's top aide told numerous outlets that he made the drive to the area to reportedly "test his eyesight." The controversy continues to grow even though Cummings' feels not all rules apply to everyone. Widely mocked --- the following quotes are catching steam online as per reports. Quote #1: I’ve seen some of the media over the last couple of days, and I’m not surprised that a lot of people are very angry. I hope and think that today, when I’ve actually explained all the circumstances about it, I think people realise this is a very complicated, tricky situation. Further implying... I can understand that some people will argue ...
A third Brighton player has tested positive for the Coronavirus: Reports
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A third Brighton player has tested positive for the Coronavirus: Reports

Potentially concerning situations arising for the team. According to reports, at least one more unnamed player has tested positive for the Coronavirus. Sky News notes that the player has not been identified and is expected to quarantine with all the necessary precautions. Brighton chief executive Paul Barber says the newly confirmed case is a 'concern' The team is expected to continue training, but may undertake solo sessions at their planned stadium.
Tesla has applied to become a UK electricity provider
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Tesla has applied to become a UK electricity provider

While it remains unknown as to why they needed such a license, Tesla might soon be your energy provider throughout parts of the UK. According to documents that appeared online, Tesla applied for an energy provider license in the U.K this week -- sparking speculation that they may be preparing to expand their business efforts. It remains unclear the purpose of the license but it was signed by Tesla 's energy sales director on Tuesday. Tesla is known for making cars; batteries, and is the proud owner of the world's largest battery.
There have been 4k domestic abuse-related arrests across the U.K in the past six weeks
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There have been 4k domestic abuse-related arrests across the U.K in the past six weeks

A stunning confirmation from the Metropolitan Police force. On Friday, British police confirmed that since at least 9 March 4,033 arrests have occurred across London related to domestic violence cases. Police say that the spike in cases mostly came after people were asked to self-isolate, er, some with their rather violent partners. The force confirmed that charges are up 24% compared to last year and especially now considering there aren't many options for victims to leave their homes. There have been 17,275 recorded cases between 9 March and 19 April - a 9% increase on the same period in 2019.
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