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Belfast man attacked taxi after drink spiked, court told – Belfast Telegraph

20. July 2018

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Belfast Telegraph Belfast man attacked taxi after drink spiked, court told Belfast Telegraph The 22-year-old, of Bryson Street in the city, was given 75 hours community service and put on probation for 18 months. Belfast Magistrates' Court heard he was abusive and threatening to the taxi driver after being picked up in the Madrid Street area ...

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Prison should be about ‘hope not punishment’: New Justice Minister David Gauke says jail terms under 12 months don’t … – Daily Mail

20. July 2018

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Daily Mail Prison should be about 'hope not punishment': New Justice Minister David Gauke says jail terms under 12 months don't ... Daily Mail Prison should be about 'hope' rather than punishment and Britain should cut the number of criminals being given jail terms, the new Justice Secretary has said.

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New Burger King drive-thru coming to Co Armagh – Armagh i

20. July 2018

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Armagh i New Burger King drive-thru coming to Co Armagh Armagh i A new Burger King restaurant and drive-thru are the latest famous brand to announce residency at a Co Armagh retail park. The fast-food giant will move in to the Marlborough Retail Park later this year after the move was unofficially announced earlier ...

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In The Dock: Seven people who have appeared in court – Bournemouth Echo

20. July 2018

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Bournemouth Echo In The Dock: Seven people who have appeared in court Bournemouth Echo FERNDOWN. GRANT STOVOLD, 29, of Woodside Close, Ferndown, admitted two counts of assaulting a woman by beating her in April and May.

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‘Immigrants should blend in and adopt Australian values’: Migrants to undergo new test about forced marriage … – Daily Mail

20. July 2018

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Daily Mail 'Immigrants should blend in and adopt Australian values': Migrants to undergo new test about forced marriage ... Daily Mail Australia should introduce a 'values test' for immigrants applying for citizenship, federal Citizenship Minister Alan Tudge has said. The country is veering towards multicultural segregation and must do more to ensure the integration of migrants, Mr ..

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Gay former Bristol councillor targeted by ‘homophobic preacher’ for second time – Bristol Live

19. July 2018

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Bristol Live Gay former Bristol councillor targeted by 'homophobic preacher' for second time Bristol Live He was ordered to perform 120 hours of community service and pay £700 in costs in June 2017. However, this would not prove to be Mr Martin's last run in with a 'preacher'. On Friday, July 13 - the day before Bristol Pride - another man was caught on ...

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Inquest opens into British woman poisoned by nerve agent – CTV News

19. July 2018

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CTV News Inquest opens into British woman poisoned by nerve agent CTV News LONDON -- A coroner on Thursday opened an inquest into the death of a British woman who was exposed to Novichok, as British media reported that police may have identified suspects in an earlier attack on a former Russian spy using the same deadly ... British Police Reportedly Identify Russian Suspects In Nerve Agent Attack On Skripals 90.3 KAZU UK police identify suspects in Novichok poisoning, source says Sharonherald all 400 news articles »

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Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England’s schools – Belfast Telegraph

19. July 2018

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Belfast Telegraph Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England's schools Belfast Telegraph “And I think it's entirely appropriate to use sanctions, such as writing lines, ' community service ' in the school grounds – such as picking up litter – and school detentions. And where they are part of a school's behaviour policy they'll have our full ... and more »

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Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England´s schools – Daily Mail – Daily Mail

19. July 2018

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Daily Mail Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England´s schools - Daily Mail Daily Mail School leaders have suggested the increase is due to a `funding crisis´. Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England's schools Belfast Telegraph all 17 news articles »

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Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England´s schools – Daily Mail

19. July 2018

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Daily Mail Hike in expulsions and suspensions in England´s schools Daily Mail “And I think it's entirely appropriate to use sanctions, such as writing lines, ' community service ' in the school grounds – such as picking up litter – and school detentions. And where they are part of a school's behaviour policy they'll have our full ..

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