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Warning over porn stored on phones

Gazette: Two men have been convicted of possessing "truly disgusting" pornographic images and videos

2:24pm Friday 1st August 2014

A judge has warned members of the public about the dangers of storing pornography on their phones after two men were convicted of possessing "truly disgusting" images and videos.

Bid to save vandalised Banksy mural

Gazette: The Banksy mural has had silver and red paint sprayed over it

11:48am Friday 1st August 2014

Art lovers are in a "race against time" to save a Banksy mural which targets the issue of Government surveillance, after the piece was vandalised.

Two face jail for bomb detector con

Gazette: Samuel Tree and his wife Joan are facing jail after being found guilty of making bogus bomb detectors in their garden shed (City of London Police)

2:24pm Friday 1st August 2014

A couple face jail after being found guilty of making bogus bomb detectors in their garden shed which they said could find missing Madeleine McCann.

Bags advice for Gatwick passengers

Gazette: Passengers walking through Gatwick as the airport is bringing in its own staff to help with the luggage crisis amid fears there could be further chaos this weekend

11:12am Friday 1st August 2014

Passengers are being advised to pack essential items in their hand luggage ahead of another possible weekend of baggage chaos at Gatwick.

RBS reiterates independence warning

Gazette: RBS said a Yes vote in Scotland's independence referendum will have a "material adverse effect" on its business

11:12am Friday 1st August 2014

Royal Bank of Scotland has repeated its warning of a "material adverse effect" on its business if Scots vote in favour of independence next month.

Father describes 'devastating' case

Gazette: Allan Young outside the Old Bailey after being acquitted of manslaughter 16 years after shaking his newborn son and causing catastrophic brain injuries

3:48pm Friday 1st August 2014

A father who was wrongly accused of the manslaughter of his newborn son, 16 years after shaking the baby, said the "devastating" prosecution "turned my world upside down".

Home nations continue medal success

Gazette: Silver medalist England's Nile Wilson, gold medalist Scotland's Daniel Purvis and bronze medalist England's Max Whitlock after the Men's Parallel Bars Final

1:50am Friday 1st August 2014

The home nations continued their success at the Commonwealth Games today as Scotland got the better of England in a lawn bowls showdown.

Pier fire now treated as suspicious

Gazette: Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne meet members of the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service on Eastbourne Pier, Sussex

6:04am Friday 1st August 2014

The fire which destroyed part of Eastbourne Pier may have been started deliberately, detectives have said.

Market drops over global crises

Gazette: The FTSE fell sharply as a series of political and economic crises around the world sent global markets running for cover

2:24pm Friday 1st August 2014

Britain's leading share index fell sharply today as a series of political and economic crises around the world sent global markets running for cover.

Man loses battle over privacy laws

Gazette: Appeal court judges have rejected an appeal brought over privacy laws

2:56pm Friday 1st August 2014

A man suspected of child sex abuse who was arrested but faced no charge has lost his battle in the Court of Appeal to use privacy laws to stop the press and media naming him.






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