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Sunak expected to limit powers of councils in England to curb car use

Exclusive: Potential plan to restrict measures such as 20mph speed limits and levying fines from traffic cameras alarms travel groups

Rishi Sunak is to prioritise the interests of millions of car owners with a series of measures that will provoke environmentalists and curb the power of local councils.

In a package expected to be announced at the Tory conference on Monday, the prime minister will set out his “plan for motorists” that will limit the number of 20mph speed restrictions and favour drivers over bus passengers.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 18:43:42 GMT
Watchdog commissioner says Met sabotaged her career over investigations of racism

Exonerated of allegations of evidence suppression in case of firefighter Tasered by police, Jennifer Izekor criticises ‘siege mentality’ in British policing

A black former commissioner of the police watchdog, exonerated of misconduct, has accused the Metropolitan police of attempting to destroy her career to curtail the work she was doing investigating racism inside the force.

Jennifer Izekor was appointed in 2012 as commissioner of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, the police watchdog that was replaced by the Independent Office for Police Conduct.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 19:19:28 GMT
Boy, 16, arrested in connection with felling of famous Sycamore Gap tree

Police in north of England say teenager arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage in connection with the felling of the 300-year-old Sycamore Gap tree in the north of England.

Officers arrested the teenager amid an outpouring of sadness over the destruction of the landmark, which has been a feature of the site at Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland for hundreds of years. The boy is in custody and assisting officers with their inquiries, Northumbria police said on Thursday.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 18:39:14 GMT
Trump suing ex-MI6 officer who alleged he was ‘compromised’ by Russian security service

Christopher Steele’s dossier also alleged Putin ‘supported and directed’ plan to ‘cultivate’ Trump as a presidential candidate

Donald Trump is suing a former MI6 officer and the intelligence consultancy he founded, high court records in England show.

The former US president, who is mired in legal cases in his own country, is bringing a data protection claim against Orbis Business Intelligence and its founder Christopher Steele, who previously ran the secret intelligence service’s Russia desk.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 20:45:00 GMT
Rotterdam shootings: three killed, including girl, 14, as man arrested

Dutch city’s authorities say 14-year-old and her mother were attacked in a flat by student who also opened fire at hospital, killing a 46-year-old

Dutch police have said three people, including a 14-year-old girl, were killed by a student who opened fire at a hospital and a flat in Rotterdam.

A 32-year-old man was arrested on Thursday after the shootings, which began in a flat and continued in a classroom of the nearby Erasmus medical centre. The lone gunman also started fires at both locations, police said.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 19:16:02 GMT
Laurence Fox apologises to Ava Evans for ‘demeaning’ comments on GB News

Fox posts 15-minute video on X after suspension by rightwing channel and says he expects to be sacked on Friday

Laurence Fox has apologised to the journalist Ava Evans over misogynistic comments he made about her on the GB News channel that led to him being suspended.

The actor and Reclaim party founder released a video on Thursday evening on X, the social media site formerly known as Twitter, acknowledging he was “demeaning” about her during a discussion on the Dan Wootton Tonight programme on Tuesday.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 19:49:41 GMT
Scientists on panel defending ultra-processed foods linked to food firms

Exclusive: three out of five at briefing playing down concerns over UPFs have ties to makers of such foods

Three out of five scientists on an expert panel that suggested ultra-processed foods (UPFs) are being unfairly demonised have ties to the world’s largest manufacturers of the products, the Guardian can reveal.

Recent studies have linked UPFs such as ice-cream, fizzy drinks and ready meals to poor health, including an increased risk of cancer, weight gain and heart disease. Global consumption of the products is soaring and UPFs now make up more than half the average diet in the UK and US.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 17:52:43 GMT
Elianne Andam: family of girl killed in Croydon pay tribute to ‘light of our lives’

Boy, 17, remains in custody on suspicion of murder after 15-year-old was stabbed during morning rush hour

The parents of a teenage girl stabbed during morning rush-hour have described her as the “light of our lives” before visiting the site of her death in south London.

Elianne Andam was named as the 15-year-old victim of the daylight attack on Wellesley Road in Croydon on Wednesday morning.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 18:09:24 GMT
Doctors accuse Steve Barclay of ‘bending the truth’ with £78k pension claim

Exclusive: BMA’s Dr Vishal Sharma says the average consultant receives around half of what the health secretary claims

Doctors’ leaders have accused Steve Barclay of “bending the truth” after the health secretary exaggerated – for the second time – how much medics’ pensions are worth when they retire.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has received information from the NHS body that oversees staff pensions that disproves Barclay’s assertion – which he has often made during the ongoing doctors’ strikes – that consultants who retire at 65 receive a £78,000-a-year pension.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 21:06:27 GMT
Birmingham PhD student guilty of using 3D printer to build ‘kamikaze’ drone

Mohamad al-Bared used technology at Coventry home to make drone designed to deliver a warhead or chemical weapon for IS

A Birmingham University PhD student has been found guilty of using a 3D printer at home to build a “kamikaze” drone designed to deliver an explosive warhead or chemical weapon for Islamic State (IS) terrorists.

Mechanical engineering graduate Mohamad al-Bared, 27, was found guilty of using a 3D printer to make the drone at his Coventry home while sending weekly updates to IS.

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Thu, 28 Sep 2023 16:23:32 GMT

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