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Two men who were key figures in a south east London county lines gang, supplying crack and heroin in Kent, have been jailed. Syrus Ramsey and Connor McMaster, both 27, were part of a drugs operation which used dedicated phones dubbed the ‘Aaron line’ to take orders. The court heard that, on October 8 last year, police stopped Ramsey in his car on the A21 near Bromley, uncovering 34 deals of crack cocaine, 26 deals of heroin and a mobile phone.
Aged care provider says it has ‘no faith’ in federal promise of rapid antigen tests. St Basil’s Homes in South Australia has written to residents and families to warn the tests are ‘like liquid gold’
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Police are appealing for help to identify these men after disorder broke out among football fans during a match between Burnley and Arsenal. Lancashire police believe the men to be Arsenal fans at the away game on Saturday September 18 where supporters clashed in the stands. No fans reported any injuries though a match day steward was hit.
Former Irish soldier was prepared to die for Islamic State, court hears. Lisa Smith ‘enveloped’ herself in the ‘black flag of IS’ in Syria, prosecutor says
Toddler accidentally spends almost $2,000 on furniture at Walmart
The Government is amending existing regulations ‘to streamline the process and provide certainty to those approaching the end of their lives’.
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Sir Trevor Phillips will return with a new series, Common Ground, from March.
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana - giving people the green light to grow the plant at home. The country first legalised the use of marijuana in 2018 for medical use and research, but now the Narcotics Control Board has dropped it from its list of controlled drugs. People can grow cannabis plants at home under the new rule, but must notify their local government first, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said.
Emmerdale's Darcy Grey reveals all on playing Pierce's son Marcus, and how he prepared for the role.
From an early age Elisabeth started to work in an unusual genre of the "Living Art". Her art form is now becoming famous all over the world.
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Wyn Calvin, who has died aged 96, was invariably billed as “The Welsh Prince of Laughter” but he was also acclaimed “the Laurence Olivier of pantomime dames”.
Images released by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia, show what they say are their fighters deployed inside Hasakeh's Ghwayran prison, hunting down armed jihadists.
National insurance (NI) is set to rise for workers in April as families face a cost of living crisis. The prime minister is understood to be under pressure from his cabinet to delay the tax increase at a time when households are experiencing spiraling energy and food bills and council tax rises.
From a Ramadan breakfast amidst the devastation of a Syrian town to a ‘ghost leopard’ merging with the stars, the winning images in the 2021 global Travel Photographer of the Year awards present a diverse and glorious view of life on our planet.
AEW's Ortiz has shared how he nearly lost a finger during Inner Circle's epic Stadium Stampede entrance at Double or Nothing 2020.
Nellie Smith, 13, went missing from Horsham, west Sussex after visiting her grandmother on Thursday January 20 at 7pm. Scotland Yard believe she is somewhere in north London, most likely Barnet, Harrow or Brent. Sussex Police said in an appeal she may have travelled to the capital by herself to meet her mother.
Russia will face tougher sanctions than “anything we have done before”, Boris Johnson has warned, as he committed British troops to any future NATO response to an invasion of Ukraine. With tensions between the West and the Kremlin escalating over the build up of Russian troops on Ukraine’s eastern border, the Prime Minister on Tuesday told MPs that any attack on Ukraine “would be followed by tougher sanctions against Russia, further steps to help Ukraine defend herself, and by an increased NATO presence to protect our allies on NATOs eastern flank”.