Tag: Police

Travel

The City of Angels (and devils)

I went to LA just after my 18th birthday and my friends and I picked out a beautiful restaurant/ bar to go to on our first night. It was quite a prestigious place, one of Lisa Vanderpump’s lounges, so the bar was set high.  We got there and it was absolutely stunning. The Instagram opportunities…

Black History Month Special, Features

Black History Month: what it is and why it matters

The month of October marks Black History Month in the UK, an annual observance originating in the United States, during which the Afro-Caribbean communities are celebrated and landmark events of black history are remembered. It is a celebration of the history of the African diaspora, the collective term for the African communities dispersed around the…

Global

Gunman kills two in Germany synagogue attack

“History reminds us, the present demands us, that Germans must stand by their Jewish compatriots,” said German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, after a deadly synagogue shooting. “Those who so far have been silent must speak out.”  On 9th October 2019, a 27-year old gunman, Stephan Balliet, killed two people in Halle, Germany, after attempting to break…

News

Police find body in Wymondham park

Norwich Police confirm that a body of a man was found in a woodland in Wymondham. The body was discovered after police were summoned to an area near Ketts Park at around 3.30pm on Friday, 20 September 2019. While formal identification is still in progress, the man is believed to be Tom Gray, who was…

TV

Line of Duty series five review

‘Bent coppers!’: it’s the endless refrain of Line of Duty this series, in any other show it would grate on you in no time at all – yet season five of Line of Duty just about gets away with it. The return of Jed Mercurio’s Line of Duty follows comes after the amazing success of…

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