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  1. Allegations of wrongdoing in Edexcel's C4 maths paper waterlooville

    Ofqual statement on allegations of malpractice or wrongdoing in Edexcel's C4 maths paper taken on 22 June 2018. We are ...

    Ofqual statement on allegations of malpractice or wrongdoing in Edexcel's C4 maths paper taken on 22 June 2018. We are aware of the allegations of malpractice or wrongdoing in relation to Edexcel’s C4 maths paper taken today. We are working with Pearson to establish the facts. We recognise...

    23/06/2018
  2. Pop icon Sophie Ellis-Bextor will headline the Liverpool Pride Festival 2018. waterlooville

    Festival organisers made the exciting announcement to guests, sponsors and partners at last nights VIP Press Launch at Avenue ...

    Festival organisers made the exciting announcement to guests, sponsors and partners at last night’s VIP Press Launch at Avenue HQ, Mann Island (Thursday, 21 June). The evening was hosted by radio presenter Clare Simmo, from Media Partner Radio City, who welcomed guests and officially...

    22/06/2018
  3. One in three UK children live in toxic air zones waterlooville

    Young children and babies in the UK are being disproportionately impacted by deadly levels of the most harmful type of air ...

    Young children and babies in the UK are being disproportionately impacted by deadly levels of the most harmful type of air pollution, according to new analysis by Unicef UK. The charity has revealed that one in three children in the UK (4.5 million) are growing up in areas with unsafe levels...

    21/06/2018
  4. Appeal for information on one year anniversary of missing man, Trevor Farthing waterlooville

    Trevor Farthing was last seen on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 on Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens, at around 9.30am. Despite ...

    Trevor Farthing was last seen on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 on Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens, at around 9.30am. Despite extensive enquiries over the last year and appeals for information, Trevor is yet to be found. Trevor has been missing for a significant period of time, his family are...

    21/06/2018
  5. Upskirting law moves a step closer waterlooville

    Bill making upskirting a specific offence introduced in the Commons today (21 June 2018). government intervened to push ...

    Bill making ‘upskirting’ a specific offence introduced in the Commons today (21 June 2018). government intervened to push through the measures offenders will face up to two years in prison with the most serious placed on the sex offenders register A new law making ‘upskirting’ a specific...

    21/06/2018
  6. Typhoon confirmed for 2018 Southport Air Show waterlooville

    The jaw dropping Typhoon has been confirmed for the 2018 Southport Air Show. Set to thunder through the skies over ...

    The jaw dropping Typhoon has been confirmed for the 2018 Southport Air Show. Set to thunder through the skies over Southport beach, the Typhoon will perform on the third day of the Air Show (Sunday July 8), rounding off a fantastic three days of aerial and ground displays. The Typhoon...

    20/06/2018
  7. Home Secretary statement on medical use of cannabis waterlooville

    Sajid Javid announces review of the scheduling of cannabis. With permission Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement on ...

    Sajid Javid announces review of the scheduling of cannabis. With permission Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement on the medical use of cannabis. Over the weekend, I issued an emergency licence to allow Billy Caldwell’s medical team to access cannabis-based medicine to treat...

    19/06/2018
  8. 20 million investment to help tackle loneliness waterlooville

    Funding will support charities and community groups to bring people together The money will go to support programmes that are ...

    Funding will support charities and community groups to bring people together The money will go to support programmes that are proven to benefit individuals and society Hundreds of thousands of people will be helped to make connections in their communities Charities and community groups will get...

    19/06/2018
  9. Monty Don to open Southport Flower Show waterlooville

    Britain's best-known gardening expert, Monty Don, is to open the 2018 Southport Flower Show, partnered by Everest. The ...

    Britain's best-known gardening expert, Monty Don, is to open the 2018 Southport Flower Show, partnered by Everest. The popular star, who was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list this summer after passing on gardening tips to British TV viewers for more than 25 years, will be...

    18/06/2018
  10. Anita Rani Joins the Star Line-Up at Southport Flower Show waterlooville

    Popular TV presenter Anita Rani is joining the celebrity line-up at this year's Southport Flower Show. Anita, who is known for ...

    Popular TV presenter Anita Rani is joining the celebrity line-up at this year's Southport Flower Show. Anita, who is known for appearing on BBC shows Countryside and Watchdog, will meet visitors to the show on the opening day in August. The talented broadcaster was a semi-finalist on the 2015...

    18/06/2018
  11. National Parks review launched waterlooville

    Nearly 70 years after National Parks and AONBs were first established, a new review will ensure designated landscapes are fit for ...

    Nearly 70 years after National Parks and AONBs were first established, a new review will ensure designated landscapes are fit for the future. Environment Secretary Michael Gove has today committed to conserve and enhance England’s most cherished landscapes as a new review launches into the...

    16/06/2018
  12. Dementia risk now included as part of NHS Health Check waterlooville

    Healthcare professionals in GP surgeries and the community will soon give advice on dementia risk to patients as part of the NHS ...

    Healthcare professionals in GP surgeries and the community will soon give advice on dementia risk to patients as part of the NHS Health Check. Adding the dementia element to the NHS Health Check programme will enable healthcare professionals to talk to their patients about how they can...

    16/06/2018
  13. Government acts to make 'upskirting' a specific offence waterlooville

    Upskirting is set to become a specific criminal offence, with perpetrators facing up to two years behind bars, under a new law ...

    ‘Upskirting’ is set to become a specific criminal offence, with perpetrators facing up to two years behind bars, under a new law backed by Government. Government moves to make ‘upskirting’ a specific criminal offence Worst perpetrators set to face two years in prison Ministers demand the most...

    15/06/2018
  14. Children consume more than a years worth of sugar in 6 months waterlooville

    Children in England are on track to consume around 4,800 cubes of sugar by the end of the year, more than double the maximum ...

    Children in England are on track to consume around 4,800 cubes of sugar by the end of the year, more than double the maximum recommendation. Children in England have already consumed more than a year’s worth of sugar, according to figures from Public Health England (PHE). Children aged 4...

    15/06/2018
  15. More than 3m lost to ticket fraud in one year prompts a warning from Action Fraud waterlooville

    Between 1 April 2017 and 31 March 2018, Action Fraud received 6,486 reports of ticket fraud. In the same period, the total ...

    Between 1 April 2017 and 31 March 2018, Action Fraud received 6,486 reports of ticket fraud. In the same period, the total reported losses to victims were £3,344,835; an average of £568 per victim. With lots of music concerts and sporting events taking place in summer, it is an opportunity...

    14/06/2018
  16. Missing from home Ronald Mark James aka Mark James waterlooville

    Merseyside Police is becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of Ronald Mark James, known as Mark James. Mr James, ...

    Merseyside Police is becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of Ronald Mark James, known as Mark James. Mr James, aged 54, who is from St John's Avenue, Haydock was last seen at his home address last night (Sunday, 10 June) at around 11pm. He is described as white, with sandy...

    13/06/2018
  17. Food businesses performance on allergens improving waterlooville

    Local food businesses have upped their game when selling food containing allergens according to Lancashire County Council Trading ...

    Local food businesses have upped their game when selling food containing allergens according to Lancashire County Council Trading Standards Service. Over the past three years the percentage of businesses failing tests for ingredients containing allergens which hadn't been declared on menus...

    12/06/2018
  18. NSPCC and In the Night Garden join forces to raise funds for kids on National Picnic waterlooville

    The NSPCC is once again teaming up with the hit childrens television show In the Night Garden for the charitys annual Picnic ...

    The NSPCC is once again teaming up with the hit children’s television show In the Night Garden for the charity’s annual Picnic Party. Picnic parties will be taking place across the country during National Picnic Week, running from June 16 to 24, with families, playgroups and nurseries hosting...

    11/06/2018
  19. Government to launch national detective training programme waterlooville

    The Police Now training programme will deliver accelerated training in 12 weeks. Police will be able to boost the number of ...

    The Police Now training programme will deliver accelerated training in 12 weeks. Police will be able to boost the number of detectives by up to 1,000 in the next 5 years following new government funding to develop a national training programme. The Home Office will work with Police Now, an...

    11/06/2018
  20. Missing from home 39-year-old Susan Melia. waterlooville

    Merseyside Police is becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of 39-year-old Susan Melia. Susan was last seen ...

    Merseyside Police is becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of 39-year-old Susan Melia. Susan was last seen at around 4.30pm on Friday, 8 June in Brynn Street, St Helens by a relative and has not been seen since. Susan is described as, white, with long red/ginger hair. She...

    10/06/2018
  21. Government steps up the fight against waste criminals waterlooville

    Fight to tackle scourge of waste crime takes another step forward today as Michael Gove announces a comprehensive review to beef ...

    Fight to tackle scourge of waste crime takes another step forward today as Michael Gove announces a comprehensive review to beef up the government’s approach. Waste criminals act illegally to evade landfill tax, undercut responsible waste disposal businesses, operate illegal waste sites,...

    10/06/2018
  22. Find out about free courses available in libraries waterlooville

    An exciting range of free courses on everything from computer coding and digital skills, to history and languages, are available ...

    An exciting range of free courses on everything from computer coding and digital skills, to history and languages, are available for adults and families at Lancashire's libraries. Short taster sessions, as well as longer courses, are on offer for anyone looking to pick up a new skill or...

    08/06/2018
  23. Investigation launched following fatal shooting waterlooville

    Detectives are appealing for information following a fatal shooting in Netherton yesterday evening, Thursday 7 June. Emergency ...

    Detectives are appealing for information following a fatal shooting in Netherton yesterday evening, Thursday 7 June. Emergency services were called to Assissian Crescent at around 8pm following reports a male had been shot. On arrival, officers found a 21 year-old male from the Manchester...

    08/06/2018
  24. World-leading Blue Belt expands as new marine protections revealed waterlooville

    World-leading Blue Belt expands as new marine protections revealed. Government launches consultation to protect rare sea ...

    World-leading Blue Belt expands as new marine protections revealed. Government launches consultation to protect rare sea life and threatened marine habitats around the English coast. Environment Secretary Michael Gove has today set out plans to create more than 40 new Marine Conservation...

    08/06/2018
  25. Over 1.5 million people were destitute in the UK in 2017 waterlooville

    The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is calling for the redesign of the social security system to ensure that nobody in the UK is ...

    The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is calling for the redesign of the social security system to ensure that nobody in the UK is left without the bare essentials that we all need to eat, stay warm and dry, and keep clean. Today’s report found that more than one and a half million people...

    07/06/2018
  26. Volunteer your time and meet new people at WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre waterlooville

    WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre is looking for enthusiastic volunteers of all ages to come and join our welcome and visitor ...

    WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre is looking for enthusiastic volunteers of all ages to come and join our welcome and visitor activity teams The welcome team meets and greets all of our visitors, giving out day planners and centre information, as well as doing the otter talk and feed, white...

    06/06/2018
  27. BTP mark European day of action to tackle metal theft waterlooville

    Last week, officers throughout England, Wales and Scotland took part in a day of action in the continued fight against metal ...

    Last week, officers throughout England, Wales and Scotland took part in a day of action in the continued fight against metal theft. In the UK, the day of action on Wednesday 30 May centred on a number of visits by police officers to scrap metal dealers as well as road side checks. During...

    06/06/2018
  28. New data reveals 420,000 cases of STIs diagnosed in 2017 waterlooville

    A PHE report reveals that while overall rates of sexually transmitted infections remained stable in 2017 compared to 2016, there ...

    A PHE report reveals that while overall rates of sexually transmitted infections remained stable in 2017 compared to 2016, there was a 20% increase in syphilis. New figures from PHE show that cases of STIs have increased from 5,955 in 2016 to 7,137 in 2017. The data show that in 2017,...

    05/06/2018
  29. Drivers sees biggest increase in petrol prices in at least 18 years waterlooville

    Motorists suffered the biggest monthly rise in the average price of petrol in at least 18 years with 6p a litre being added at the ...

    Motorists suffered the biggest monthly rise in the average price of petrol in at least 18 years with 6p a litre being added at the pumps in May, new data from the RAC reveals. The average cost of unleaded fuel shot up from 123.43p to 129.41p per litre, taking the cost of filling up a...

    05/06/2018
  30. New powers for councils to deliver homes for local families waterlooville

    Councils will receive new powers to help them deliver the homes their communities need. Councils will receive new powers to ...

    Councils will receive new powers to help them deliver the homes their communities need. Councils will receive new powers to help them deliver the homes their communities need under proposed regulations published by Housing Minister Dominic Raab MP. Under new rules, councils will be able...

    05/06/2018
  31. HM Coastguard issues safety warning after young girl was buried in sand dune waterlooville

    Beachgoers are being warned to be careful near sand dunes after a young girl escaped serious injury after becoming trapped ...

    Beachgoers are being warned to be careful near sand dunes after a young girl escaped serious injury after becoming trapped underneath a collapsed sand dune on Newborough Beach yesterday afternoon. HM Coastguard was alerted to the incident just after 5.15pm and Rhosneigr and Bangor...

    04/06/2018
  32. Merseyside Police Launch of Summer Drink and Drug Drive Campaign waterlooville

    Today (Monday, 4 June) marks the start of the annual Summer Drink and Drug Drive campaign and Merseyside Police is appealing to ...

    Today (Monday, 4 June) marks the start of the annual Summer Drink and Drug Drive campaign and Merseyside Police is appealing to people to continue to drive responsibly this summer. During last year’s campaign Merseyside Police arrested 206 motorists in June and July. Of the 206 people,...

    04/06/2018
  33. Planned roadworks in the North West waterlooville

    The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of Friday 1 June but could ...

    The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of Friday 1 June but could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. All our improvement work is carried out with the aim of causing as little disruption as...

    04/06/2018
  34. PM message one year after London Bridge attack, 3 June 2018 waterlooville

    Prime Minister Theresa May gave this message one year after the London Bridge attack. The attack on London Bridge and Borough ...

    Prime Minister Theresa May gave this message one year after the London Bridge attack. The attack on London Bridge and Borough Market was a cowardly attempt to strike at the heart of our freedoms by deliberately targeting people enjoying their Saturday night with friends and family. Today we...

    03/06/2018
  35. Family of missing man appeal for help waterlooville

    The family of Carl Lake, 62, from #Bootle, have appealed to the public for any information regarding his whereabouts. If you have ...

    The family of Carl Lake, 62, from #Bootle, have appealed to the public for any information regarding his whereabouts. If you have any information please contact @MerPolCC or @missingpeople.. Carl Lake, 62 years, was last seen at around 5.30pm on Tuesday, 15 May in the vicinity of Coronation...

    01/06/2018
  36. Learner drivers allowed on Motorways from June 4th waterlooville

    Online hub to help learner drivers ahead of law change. Learning to drive and want to boost your confidence and driving skills ...

    Online hub to help learner drivers ahead of law change. Learning to drive and want to boost your confidence and driving skills on a motorway? Then why not prove it by testing your skills on a free online driving hub. The driving hub is being launched to help people improve learner drivers’...

    01/06/2018

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