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An Uckfield pervert is behind bars after pleading guilty to seven counts of serious sexual offences, many of which were against young children. John Bartram, of Furnace Way, pleading guilty to three counts of making indecent images of children, three of voyeurism and one of taking indecent images of children. Read more: A judge described the conduct of Dover mother Lucy King as 'reprehensible' The 61-year-old, of Furnace Way, was also given a Sexual Harm Prevention order for ten years when he...
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Chris Soules, 35, is heard on the 911 call pleading for help after allegedly rear-ending a tractor, resulting in the death of 66-year-old Kenneth Mosher.
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It adds: "Without higher health spending, companies would delay launching medicines in Britain as they were unlikely to be approved, she said. Nor would they be able to do clinical trials because they could not evaluate potential new drugs against existing best treatments if UK patients were not getting them." Anson also warned that Britain risked becoming "a desert for healthcare innovation" and said the industry was "happy to discuss" tax rises to pay for more NHS spending. Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, however, said taxes were as high as they could go "and therefore, people who argue for more money have to say where they are going to cut. Without that, we have to view this as special pleading". But Norman Lamb, the Liberal Democrat health spokesman, countered that there were "consequences to spending below the average" on health. Drug companies are currently enjoying rising profits: ABPI member GlaxoSmithKline yesterday announced an increase in first-quarter profits to £2bn on revenues of £7.
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There are delays and cancellations on rail services running between Tonbridge and Redhill this morning after a train broke down on the line. Major travel disruption is anticipated as a rail replacement bus service has been brought in as of 7.15am to assist. Southeastern Rail has announced it will be accepting tickets from Tonbridge via any reasonable route.Read more: Thousands are pleading with the Government not to cut Kent's train services A statement from Southern Rail said: Owing...
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South Africa's only sanctuary for pigs is pleading with families not to be duped into buying the so-called miniature or teacup breed, which doesn't actually exist. The shelter is now packed to capacity with animals that have been dumped by their owners after growing too large.
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina financial adviser has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for stealing about $3 million from his clients, including at least two pro football players. Michael Rowan, of High Point, received the sentence Wednesday after pleading guilty late last year to ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A food stall worker was sentenced to 13 years imprisonment by the High Court here today after pleading guilty to three terrorism-related charges. Justice Datuk Nordin Hassan told Azizi Abdullah, 21, that the crime he committed was serious and could undermine stability and harmony in the country". Therefore, said the judge, the court must mete out the punishment, "as a lesson to the accused and in the interest of the public." "Your postings in the 'gagak hitam' and 'amanah vs pas' groups about the bombing at Movida Club was read by the public (other members of the groups); it may motivate them to commit a similar crime," he said. Azizi will be behind bars for 13 years for supporting the use of explosives to promote an idealogy linked to Daesh to intimidate the public, as charged under Section 130J(1)(b) of the Penal Code, which carries a life sentence or maximum 30 years' jail or a fine and possible forfeiture of personal assets on conviction.
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