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Caroline Flack of 'Love Island UK' dies at 40

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Caroline Flack of 'Love Island UK' dies at 40

"The suicide of a well known television presenter has filed shocking Britain with thousands of people paying tribute to her on social media Caroline Flack hosted several popular reality programs including love island the next night Elena Wilkinson reports the last few months for the forty year old had seen her a step away from presenting love islands after being charged with assaulting her boyfriend's Louis Batson she did not I did such a hearing before Christmas and was released on bail ahead of her trial next month on the condition she didn't contact him Mister Burson didn't supports the prosecution's case and wanted it drops Caroline sucks management team has no criticize the crown prosecution service for pursuing what it called a show trial also any without merits but also not in the public

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Wife of a U.S. diplomat faces criminal charges over death of British teen

Mandy Connell

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Wife of a U.S. diplomat faces criminal charges over death of British teen

"The wife of a U. S. diplomat is facing charges in the death of a British teenager the crown prosecution service says he's going to charge ansa colas in the traffic accident that killed nineteen year old Hary done so call us fled Britain soon after the accident claiming diplomatic immunity US state department says the charge against hers of disappointing and

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 UK survivor questions Russian diplomat on fatal nerve agent

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

UK survivor questions Russian diplomat on fatal nerve agent

"British man whose exposed to the Novi chock nerve agent in south west India Nastya has met the Russian ambassador in London to question him about the incident in which is partner. Dawn Sturgis died. Sarah, Walton reports Johnny Rowley said the embassador Alexander Yakovenko seemed genuinely concerned about his situation. But he described some of Mr. Yakovenko comments during the ninety minute meeting as Russian propaganda and insisted that he still believed Russia was responsible for the attack. Mr. Rhody is still suffering from health problems after finding a discarded perfume bottle containing the chemical Novacek thought to have been used in the poisoning of Sergei scriptural. The Crown Prosecution Service says is enough evidence to charge two Russian men in connection with the attack but Russia has repeatedly denied

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Show. One of the elements that you can see of western civilization crumbling is a reliance on things like fact and objective reason. I know a lot of people who are my critics. They say, well, you shade the facts because you have a political viewpoint. What I try. You the program, and what have historically tried to do is say here are the facts upon which I am relying. And then here is my conclusion. But if you bring me another fact, I'm happy to take a look at it. And in fact, I do this routinely in my debates and discussions, in fact, I can sort of say that I'm kind of famous for that sort of like facts, they're my friends. Well, one thing that is factual is that men are men and women are women in a biological sense. There is such thing as a sexual dichotomy, in fact, all of humankind procreation rests on this dichotomy. However, if you say this in Britain, apparently, you could be investigated and maybe prosecuted joining us online is Caroline Farrell. She's a Catholic journalist and broadcaster in Britain. I wanna bring around and tell her story a couple of weeks ago. She was under investigation by British police for quote, unquote, myths, Jenner and Caroline, thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. So Carolyn can you sort of start from the beginning? How did this insane investigation arise? So it began six months ago, I appeared on good morning percents. Which is a well known TV show was pissed Morgan. And I was having a debate with Suzy green who is the chief executive officer a charity, which is predominantly conservative advocacy for the rights of transgender transgender children. And we were having a debate about coq guides because the in Britain what they are doing. Now is it missing? Boys who identifies goes into the guides. And if you're the mom of a teenage girl in your child could be sharing a tent, and you won't be allowed to be informed about that. And you know, CD green was just tripping says the choice statement a while ago. And of course, they're not nobody's so ten days later. I tweeted accuster statements about CG green. I didn't Packer it on Twitter. I just tweeted a couple of statements because what she does is. He's a child he was the youngest person to have sex reassignment surgery in advocacy. So I describe what was done child's very factually as castration and mutilation, unless said, I think it's time we should cool out this policy for what it is child abuse. Not completely forgotten about what I've said because I have a cleaner on my Twitter account was just automatically deletes things. Then to the place run me up and said, we need to talk. To you about these tweets that you sent in what she mischie- ended, a Susie. Greene story. I couldn't remember what I said. But all the preacher. Tell me was that I had missed gendered. Are you used their own pronouns? And I said, so what's crime have I supposedly committed and they said the communications act, and I looked up the malicious communications act which says that you know, nothing east. I must be obscene indecent closely offensive or full alone to be false and you're saying to upset somebody. So everything I was saying was Jackson. And I said to the patient hang on. I'm a Catholic commentator. I'm I'm contributing to a national conversation. We're having in the UK about gender identity, and what it means to be man. Madam what it means to be female. Am I said, no say in my beliefs talk, two of the European conventional and human rights, and they said, well, you know, the Crown Prosecution Service have authorized to Coolio in for an interview under coercion. That means I was suspected of a criminal offense. And they try to browbeat me into having what you cool the public a public defender. And I said, no, no, I want my passion. Really? She do not turn up fishing today. You will be arrested which point I was completely second because Mr. enduring is not a crime. And I have even suggested that I wouldn't turn up for interview. But it was like this is serious. You need a lawyer. We suspect you of committing a crime on the climb is using the role pronouns then later on Suzy green because it was a big outcry. About this released. All the tweets that I was supposed to say upset and said, well, actually, the big fat liar. Because look it was much more than misjudging. But actually, she then went on to admit that she had reported miss 'gendering. And that's certainly what the police said. I don't have massive. And it was like destroys under fact, and when I saw the tweets I said tested bluish, everybody see this. Everybody's see that. I've used the words castration and mutilation and child abuse because this is what's lobby. Great advocates. Boy, why wait policy, you know, they have children on puberty blockers and crosschecks woman know, basically should be no mandatory age limit as to sex reassignment surgery on they also say, they should be no psychological assessment either. So basically, if a child feels they want sexual surgery puberty blockers crosschecks woman, then they should be allowed them. And and I think that we need to have a much wider discussion about. This and whether or not a child can consent and eventually because of the outcry stopped it. However, there are a number of other individuals currently under investigation for doing a similar thing on the police have been ringing up people to check session king. A so there's there's one that runoff untold. You know, we need to kill thinking when he complained the patient specter has said, well, you know, you shouldn't tweak things if it going to hurt people's feelings. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Yeah. Well, Caroline, thanks for joining the show and telling your story because at this point, you know, final note, they have dropped the charges. Right. Your this is not a thing anymore. Correct. Yes, they have. But there are another of a number of other individuals who don't have my reach my pushback while still facing charges. Caroline, thanks so much for bringing this story. We'll get updates from you on some of those other people. I hope it's just a tragedy. What's happening in our civilization? Obviously objective facts to matters coming up. We're gonna be talking about this Malek case new updates is the Ben Shapiro show. Chicago demanding a hundred and thirty thousand dollars from jussie smollet. President Trump reverses course on Special Olympics. He's.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update airstrikes on ISIS border patrol increase. I'm Barbara Kusak. U s led coalition forces have launched air strikes against Islamic state targets in Syria and correspondent Ben Wedeman says ISIS is showing more strength than originally thought. They say one of the problems they're encountering is that ISIS has built an extensive network of tunnels, and that they're sort of popping up in one house than going through the tunnels to another house. So it's very hard to pin down so to speak, despite these it really constant airstrikes that are going on with some sixteen hundred Central American migrants seeking asylum in the US correspondent, Martin savage reports patrols are being beefed up at eagle pass Texas says for the security presence here. So they're gonna get tired. Because now there is word that the Texas national guard will be arriving on Monday, two women who accused Virginia's Lieutenant governor just in. Fairfax. Of sexual assault say they will testify if there are peach mint hearings, the senate's top democrat Chuck Schumer. Introducing legislation today to sanction traffickers export Fenton hill into the US Schumer says the sentinel sanctions act aims to hold China accountable less than a month after being involved in the collision that left two women injured Buckingham Palace says ninety seven year old Prince Philip has decided to give up his license. Correspondent Anna Stuart says police have also turned over the results of their investigation. But we wasting to see what the CPS say the Crown Prosecution Service up to them whether or not to bring charges, and I think Ben would guess statement from the palace. Legendary skier Lindsey Vonn running her final race today as she is retiring after the downhill at the world championships bond says acting may come next I'm friends with Dwayne Johnson. And he thinks that I could be good at like action films and house speaker Nancy Pelosi God rock star treatment at Clive Davis's pre Grammy event last. Night..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Is this is showing more strength than originally thought. They say one of the problems they're encountering is that ISIS has built an extensive network of tunnels, and that they're sort of popping up in one house and going through the tunnels to another house. So it's very hard to pin them down so to speak, despite these really constant airstrikes that are going on with some sixteen hundred Central American migrants seeking asylum in the US correspondent, Martin savage reports patrols are being beefed up at eagle pass Texas says for the security presence here. So only gonna get tighter. Because now there is word that the Texas national guard will be arriving on Monday, two women are accused Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault say they will testify if there are peach mint hearings, the senate's top democrat Chuck Schumer. Introducing legislation today to sanction traffickers export fence. No into the US Schumer says the sentinel sanctions act aims to hold China accountable. Less than a month after being involved in the collision that left two women injured Buckingham Palace says ninety seven year old Prince Philip has decided to give up his license. Correspondent Anna Stuart says police have also turned over the results of their investigation. They'll be wasting to see what the CPS say the Crown Prosecution Service up to them whether or not bring charges, and I think Ben with guest statement from the palace legendary scare Lindsey Vonn running her final race today as she is retiring after the downhill at the world championships bond says acting may come next I'm friends with Dwayne Johnson. And he thinks that I could be good at like action films and house speaker Nancy Pelosi God rockstar treatment at Clive Davis's pre Grammy event last night everyone wanted.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"The jury of seven men and five women took four days to unanimously fine Robert Hindi free God guilty of to council. Kidnapping relating to John Atkinson, and Sarah Smith and guilty of all charges relating to theft deception. He was acquitted of the kidnapping of Maria Hindi on Elizabeth Richardson and threatened to kill Kimberly Adams, the judge David police stated you have been convicted by this jury upon overwhelming evidence of the most heinous pattern of offending against a number of victims, all of whom fell prey to your devious charm is playing to me the urine egotistical and opinionated confidence. Trickster who shown not a shred of remorse or compassion for the degradation and suffering to which your victims were subjected. Having regard to the previous physical and mental injuries. Your victims were made to suffer a now give advance warning. I'm minded to impose. Discretionary life sentence of pony labeling Hindi free guard continuing danger. The judge said that women in particular were run the threat. For the first count. He was sentenced to life imprisonment with recommended minimum term of seven and a half years on the second camp to life imprisonment with a recommended minimum term of ten years, Robert Hendy free. God would have to serve a total of nine years in prison. Fracturing in time served the troll lasted eight months and cost over two point five million pounds. Outside the court, though after the Crown Prosecution Service, Andrew west spoke about Hindi free God and the victims in the case, he stated a struggle to understand it, but he is very plausible. And even when he gave evidence he appeared very convincing. I think a lot of the more never recover they've had years taken out of their lives. And it took a lot of courage for them to come and give evidence knowing that they faced the establishment of the world. Investigating officer. Detective sergeant Brandon said Mr. Hindi free, God was an evil con artist. He ruthlessly exploited weaknesses in any of his victims. When he started he'd be charming. He'd listen, and listen and find any weakness in character and even Ridley and then he would ruthlessly exploit that when he had control of his victims. He went to whatever ends he possibly could to take their money and all that dignity, Andy free. God lived the millionaire lifestyle while his victims lived in abject poverty. Bob, Brandon talking to the press is the freak out in my opinion was motivated by power. He's a fairly sad pathetic individual second hand car salesman, who is nothing in his life. And suddenly by repented to be a spy he has power and control over people. And that's all that he's ever amounted to in his whole life as. Shame. That is without foundation. He wasn't a spy. He wasn't a police officer sad crew individual..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"Now where they should retain the services of a criminal solicitor. Steve Clark was put in touch with Mike Mackey of criminal defense. Solicitors Burton Copeland during the meeting. He asked Stephen Sally, what they told police Sally replied, everything the solicitor toll the not to have any more conversations about what had happened unless he was there. Selene Steve decided not to tell their friends or family. The return time in a way to the call from Mike Mackey to tell them the nightmare was over. Finally, the telephone rang. It was Mike machi- Steve was told he would no longer need to report Wilms like police station. He'd been cleared of murder Steve hood, a deep breath before the solicitor told him that is wife alone would likely be standing trial for the murder of both sons sunny was shocked by the news, but believe that she had nothing to fear. She hadn't done anything wrong. After a visit to the police station. Sally was released on bail to reside at hope cottage. She was told. She must report to the police station three times a week and had to surrender her passport. The couple still can bed to tell anyone Saudi was questioned number of times by police, but declined to answer any questions on the advice of her solicitor. Truly after Sally was released on bio, she found out. She was pregnant certainly wasn't something the couple at planned. They told us solicitor Mark McKay about the news, but he was far from happy. It was worried that could spur the Crown Prosecution Service into action. The CPS believes Sally go pregnant on purpose. Mullick mukisa believed that the CPS might want to take their baby into custody. Silenced got.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on Antidotes, Stories in Medicine

Antidotes, Stories in Medicine

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on Antidotes, Stories in Medicine

"She chintzy statea parents. She moved out of our own home state that Chubb sleep patra fide schedule leave because she thought would get up, and she kept a diary and some extracts of obviously been released of the diary. I think it was maybe admitted into. Evidences while in his trial. So one thing she wrote a jewelry warming Bill. He'll he'll get revenge on me. Like what's his plan? Was he gonna do? Get revenge on me don't think he'll go to trial without hurting me. I don't think we've seen the last of him was another entry been worrying about what he might do to get me even killing me. What would stop him so overly lot James obsolete? Petrified of this some scattered of way might and she is clear about she really knew him. Yeah. History. Colas? So in April two thousand ten he pleaded not guilty to all of the charges on his trial date was set for October of that year. He was kind of so our again, they thought that she wouldn't go through with it. There's no whites going to go to trial. She won't testify against me. She loves me. But in the may, she Jane actually gave a full statement to. The Crown Prosecution Service in place on that was going to be like the foundation for her office trial. So partly when his defense team informed him, the trial would go ahead. He wasn't happy about on kind of float on you to do something about this while this was guard on he'd actually have to move back. Tis parents house because his wife had kicked him out. So I assume they were kind of still together even though he had a child with somebody else violent towards the wife at all do we know? Not that. I know of it hasn't ever been reported in in anything Carter publicly. Sorry, I'm not entirely sure. So John was still parents house didn't wanna leave. She'd never go out alone eventually after some posh gob confidence back bed, and she decided that she go back to work because she outs Lutely loved hejab says she went to work in late June. But she still didn't completely feel the ease. So she would pocket call park, but somebody would always come meet from the call on walkabout to a call. So she white start rebuilding a life. Even though the trial was coming up and she had like a lot of friends also worked with the Roswell. They rolled such a really close friends. We had carnival really good tight knit family in the department. She decided that she no longer needed someone to woke up from her 'cause she she stopped that, but she didn't know about Vaas it actually been stalking. A like on Facebook. And actually in personally been following us. So he knew exactly when she worked when someone would timeshare arrived. What time yet what time she left so Benchley Sunday twenty fifth of July two thousand ten he arrived at the hospital around seven forty five. Popped his car on his bike in the back of the Connie actually, sorry cold to the hospital to wait full. By eight sixteen Jaden arrived, and she's actually seen on security footage walking morning sorry in the evening. She was doing night shifts. I think it worked out better for child. Casio have parents look after her daughter in the evenings. So yes, she symbol towards the hospital. But kind of halfway she turns bark. But you can't see if she's seen him or whether she's forgotten something in Macau entirely show wide she, but it's when she got Cobb. I. And he demanded that he dropped the charges against. Obviously, I'm not going to do on the subject quite a number of times walked away. And then decided that wasn't enough any came back on finish the job. And then he on his bike on cycle his left. I mean, let's look it was outside the toll on it was just shift was happening. So those loads of people that will loss of witnesses. Everyone went straight to Jay they took her into the the department of when she was just about to start working, but heeds the attack was brutal..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Quinton, I'm going to put you on the spot to this front. Can you explain in words of one syllable, what the labor. Party's position on Brexit actually is trying to have all things to itself so that it will be able to blame the government for the disastrous Brexit deal that emerges. And then labor can stand back and say, well, we didn't do that. So one way or another, where the next government now it's it's not clear. They want an election which they can't force because it's really in the powers of the conservative government whether they act to go to the country again or not. And they would be insane to because they would find that very. So the second edition is, are they in favor of a new referendum effectively? And this splits the party right down the middle. It was very interesting. It doesn't really split the party right down the middle of so much split the party from its leadership. You're absolutely right. I mean, in fact, we recommend that seventy six percent of the party is in favor of another Efren. An eighty percent actually would vote to remain and they were towed. It yesterday by their deputy leader, the choice of voting to remain won't be on any referendum. We would back and then kissed them that Brexit man actually said today, remain will be choice at that, and he got a spontaneous standing relation. I want to ask about that. Rub it that speech today by secure Stomma the shadow Brexit secretary. He did suggests that remaining in the role still an option was, was he going off pissed there? Do we think now he's been prepared the ground and actually it's a correction I think, with Clinton, I mean to be cute about this Tom Watson, who's a bit of a maverick. The deputy is in favour, but it's McCloskey and the, oh, dinosaur really heavy white trade unionist, John John McDonnell who who don't want stay in because that in status quo ante where we were when we were all school when we were faithful trots, it's a capitalist conspiracy in near it. I do think it's been a very, very good day for success. Tom, remember he was the chief public prosecutor. He was head of the Crown Prosecution Service, and he's shown his friends, a skill in this because what he has been digging away. At is to create such ambiguity about this such doubt that they that he, they will launch from the gallery somewhere in the Hosokawa until the house of lords. When the deal goes there, a great big, sixteen ton wrecking ball. So they vote down the measure and what that hoping then as Quentin. Absolutely. Right. Been going now for several weeks that they'll go to a general election. It's going to take a hell of a lot to bring it to that, but MRs may is not winning. She is not convincing even her own cabinet. She's got to convince a government. House of Commons and her party, and it's not going anywhere because from what should what was being sent today. What I put on the table at. It sounds book which is the so-called checkers option, which is sprinting. The whole concept of the single market is all I've got, and it's no use trying to divide and rule with with the the commission, the commission itself Mr. banzai the council of ministers all say, no, it just doesn't work. So the sense of I'm posses absolutely terrific. What do I think is going to happen again, have to delay for six months, and if MRs may on like this and she doesn't look terribly well, I think we will have to be some kind of national coalition on this because it's getting so serious because I think that the markets could be saying some very funny things by March. One can only wonder at the conversations being had between business and the government at the moment to return to the labour party. The Quinton, why don't you think it is? Or how do you explain neatly cognitive dissonance which still grips the fan club of Jeremy Corbyn? The labor..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Five. Kremlin is denying that it played a role in the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei scrip all and his daughter in south Jerry saying that Britain is not sharing any intelligence with it. Correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports that Anniah comes as British prosecutors charged to Russian men in the case. Britain's Crown Prosecution Service says the Russians Alexander Petrov on Roussin bushy off a Johnson option Tia with conspiracy to murder the temperature murder and use of the none of agent. Nobody shock the prosecutor. Sue hemming says britney's not asking Moscow to extradite the men because Russian law forbids extradition of the country's citizens. Police say the man who both about forty flew from Moscow to London on Russian possibles two days before the scripts were poisoned in Salisbury on March four Charles de LA desma, London. British police have released photos of the suspect Brenning on the day of the attack. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. A jetliner was quarantined was sick passengers after landing in New York this morning. The plane is an Emirates airlines flight from Dubai it left early in the morning local time and arrived at Kennedy airport around nine thirty. It was quarantined after the airline reported about ten passengers had been taken ill representatives of the centers for disease control and prevention were on the scene, the New York. Police counterterrorism division tweeted that the incident appears to be medical situation. The plane was surrounded by ambulances. Passengers were seen disembarking onto the tarmac about an hour. After the flight arrived. Warren Levinson, New York..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Five five. Kremlin is denying that have played a role in the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei script ball and his daughter and south berry saying that Britain is not sharing any intelligence with it. Correspondent Charles de LA desma reports that Anniah comes as British prosecutors charged to Russian men in the case. Britain's Crown Prosecution Service says the Russians is on Petrov and Roussillon Bush you off a charge I'm Cynthia with conspiracy to murder attempted murder and use of the nerve agent Knotweed shock. Prosecutors sue hemming says britney's not asking Moscow to extradite the men because Russian law of extradition of the country's citizens. Police say the man who are both about forty flew from Moscow to London on Russian possibles two days before the script pals poisoned in Salisbury on March for Charles de LA desma, London. British police have released photos of the suspect Brenning on the day of the attack. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. Jetliner was quarantined with sick passengers after landing in New York this morning. The plane is an Emirates airlines flight from Dubai it left early in the morning local time and arrived at Kennedy airport around nine thirty. It was quarantined after the airline reported about ten passengers who've been taken ill representatives of the centers for disease control and prevention were on the scene, the New York. Police counterterrorism division tweeted that the incident appears to be medical situation. The plane was surrounded by ambulances. Passengers were seen disembarking onto the tarmac about an hour. After the flight arrived. Warren Levinson, New York..

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Afghan journalists among at least 20 killed in twin blasts in Shiite area of Kabul

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Afghan journalists among at least 20 killed in twin blasts in Shiite area of Kabul

"Theresa may has said the two men named by prosecutors as suspects in a nerve agent attack in southern England at a Russian military intelligence offices. Prosecutors in Britain said they had enough evidence to charge the two Russian nationals with the attempted murder of the former Russian spies so gates repel and his daughter here sue hemming of the Crown Prosecution Service. We have however attained a European arrest warrant, which means that if always a mom travels to a country where the e w is valid they will be arrested and face extradition on these charges for which there is no statute of limitations. British police named the suspect has Alexander Petrov and Roussillon Bush Eero thought to be aliases. They say the two men spread

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U.K. charges 2 Russians in nerve agent attack on ex-spy

KDWN Programming

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

U.K. charges 2 Russians in nerve agent attack on ex-spy

"Hour in new this hour, British prosecutors say they've charged to Russian men with the nerve agent poisoning of an ex spy Sergei scripts and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury. The Crown Prosecution Service said Alexander Petrov, and Bruce Slann Boesch Ravi are charged with conspiracy to murder attempted murder. And use of the nerve agent talk. The prosecutors said the UK is not asking Moscow to extradite the men because Russian law forbids, it now police say the men flew from Moscow to London on Russian passports, two days before the scripts were poisoned March fourth Britain has issued a European arrest warrant for the suspects. Meaning they can be detained if they leave Russia for another European

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United Kingdom, Crown Prosecution Service and United States discussed on Today

Today

01:10 min | 3 years ago

United Kingdom, Crown Prosecution Service and United States discussed on Today

"Given for not holding the trial in the United Kingdom apparently. The Crown Prosecution Service will worried about judges objections on rendition price the Crown Prosecution Service has an extremely good record in. Terrorism cases so I'm sure that they will have thought this through Through carefully it is however. To me a disappointment. They won't be tried in, the United Kingdom because they clearly have a closer relationship with the United Kingdom Dan with the, United States North Carolina thank you. The time is twenty four minutes to nine the government strategy. On broadband unveiled an hour ago once full five of broadband across the UK. By, twenty thirty three which is twenty five years away there would be new legislation however to ensure full fiber connections in new, build homes and fifteen million households would get that quality of connection. In the next five years Mark collinses from city fiber which has. Five networks in more than forty cities across the UK good morning good morning do you work on full fiber is the last bit coupla city, fibers networks, off full fiber meeting, is a to connection all the way into the home of business so what do? You make the government strategy will today in the UK we only have. Four percent of our our buildings connected with.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"On this is extraordinarily by CPS data which may have underestimated the, number of cases stopped, with disclosure errors by around ninety percent the. Report makes clear that disclosure. Findings are systemic they're not limited simply to rape and sexual assault cases and in, two thousand seventeen eighteen Eight hundred fourteen cases were stopped. Due to disclosure for the committee says it knows that that's. Less than the, true figure can we reasonably assume that when the new DP takes over this will stop I don't think we can there is this national improvement. Plan but disclosure is incredibly challenging particularly we've discussed. It before with the morass of digital evidence that now appears in all cases but particularly Features in rape cases it's really challenging there isn't a sort of standard technology to scrutinize mobile devices for instance so it's going. To remain a thorny issue is not helped the report points out by, cuts to police constitute the, Crown Prosecution Service. And, consta- legal. Aid and this report is saying to government that look you really, need to look at whether the system is being properly. Funded and off the back of the reports yesterday into the, number of cases. That the police are looking. At the actually get to court, if when they get to, court the hitting these kind of disclosure problems then that's really a very very depressing picture indeed, thank you It's twenty times look at today's papers and news websites related crime figures for England and Welsh I'm big rises. In knife-attacks robbery and homicides are widely reported express describes the figures as a runaway crime wave it's headline lawless Britain for the mail they reveal the bleak truth about wild west Britain the. Telegraph. Says the figures coincide with a call by the. Justice agree David. Gawk for prison to change the lives of criminals instead of being used. Solely as a tool for. Punishment in an interview with the paper he says inmate should be given hope, to help rehabilitate them to stop the cycle of. Reinvent the mail's page lead is a vote by, MP's to grant themselves anonymity in cases where the accused of sexual harassment. Or expenses for what a cozy cover up that's the headline it's leader column complains that after the expenses scandal of two thousand nine. NP's on all sides promised there would be a new spirit of openness, about misdemeanors of all kinds, yesterday the mail. Says, that promise This was left in tatters according to the times is main story Theresa. May's to put the country on a new deal Brexit footing this summer as you propose a series of public warnings about the impact of leaving the without an agreement the paper says that consumers and companies will be giving detailed advice on a weekly basis. On how to prepare for what's known as a disorderly Brexit as part of the campaign it adds up to two hundred fifty thousand small businesses will be asked to start preparing to make customs..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on talkRADIO

"A fresh rap break out last night the party's. New guidance on antisemitism basically Labor's got a new code of conduct and in a letter savaging that new, code of conduct several the countries, may CD's usually it is attack the party over. It's insulting and arrogant decision to amend the international holocaust remembrance. Lance is Guide guidance on anti semitism say sixty eight. Rabbi's rabbi's drawn across the Jewish community across the, country say that the labor party interpretation of what does what does not constitute antisemitism has has basically insulted those who, understand it best now it? Comes just days off that code of conduct was published by the party's national. Executive committee which saw a number of key examples of. Antisemitism altered or amended not an awful. Lot, of labor MP's. Very angry with this they have accused party officials are treating antisemitism very differently from other forms of racism, but why is this on going. Rows, still happening and what is Jewish community going to do about it well let's talk to rabbi Dr, Jonathan remain he's a. Leading reform rabbi in Maidenhead I'm one of the signatories of that letter criticising labor party good. Morning. To you Can you just explain for those of us who go back to our daily lives? Not, thankfully having to worry about. These things. What does the international exhibition internationally accepted. Widely accepted definition of what is antisemitism and how does Labor's. Code of conduct different Well. I it's just an independent formula normally not by the Jewish community is Dumbo worried, lot wide range of Jewish and other people. Human rights activists lawyers and so forth and so much so he's been adopted by the Crown Prosecution Service here in person Paul Wilson assembly be national. Union, of students in other words it is a widely recognized widely accepted document that has been, a sort, of, you, know the Goto, place so the. Obvious place for labor to go to and the problem as well Super that labor promised to consult. With Jewish community before it produced his guide lines and it didn't and Secondly labor sort of affectively saying well we're the best judges antisemitism is, we're not going to also Jewish. Community nor are we even going. To go to this independent results and it's a bit like a probably sort of abuse against women and and being so committee of men deciding what is an isn't good enough the women that? Would be unthinkable you? Wouldn't, do it that way and that's why so unthinkable Labor's going off on. Its own doing, things without any regard to the Jewish community or, to this widely accepted definition and. And and how specifically do those definitions differ. What is the, issue well one of the key point is the whole business to do with, Israel and, for instance the. International a document says that antisemitism took Hughes Jews being more loyal to Israel Bantu to prison will simply because Jews, on British citizens we're born here I'm, British yes we have a special, regard to Israel more than. A Uruguay but that doesn't mean. To say we put Israel above Britishness so number one. And number two so often of, a problem for the labor party meeting Jews referred to as Zoya 's which is short designers will. Handle the Jews Sinus labeling juices on it obviously. Shows Labour's with Israel similarly they left out the big tobacco, but it was anti semitism. To compare Israel enough well again. That's pretty nice I mean the Israel may have. Some imperfect policies happy, to admit that but it's very different than being the Nazis which are, calculated premeditated murder of six million people. And of, course to accuse Israel of being Nazi like really really, insulting bearing in mind it was six million Jews killed. So these, are, so obvious only definitions of antisemitism but for some reason labor, talk find itself to condemn because, as you rightly sitting your. Instruction it seems to have a. Black spot I mean everyone knows labor is very good. On anti racist policies but somehow, it sees it as therefore having to bother Thank you Is another form of rape and exactly we often hear this talk about must tackle racism, and antisemitism and it's always done as a. Separate thing but if the Keating is being Jewish, religious view but at, my friends Jewish poodles, ACS, say well I'm not quite sure Hitler would have seen it. That way And therefore, that doesn't really fly but this is is down..

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Spanish ports of valencia bbc news has learned to the former car dealer has been jailed for eight years for a multimillion pound investment fraud even though the crown prosecution service had refused to bring charges poll sultana who's fifty one was convicted after the company he'd swindled brought its own prosecution it's thought to be the largest fraud in britain to be successfully prosecuted privately most of the money has been recovered our home affairs correspondent danny schorr reports pol soltan was part of a group of fraudsters which persuaded the offshore engineering company all seas to give them eighty eight million pounds to invest by promising high rates of return but saw that crown court was told that sultana was a confidence trickster and the investment was a scam the proceedings have been brought by all sees after the crown prosecution service decided there was insufficient evidence to prosecute after sultanas conviction the cps said it would consider if any lessons could be learned the police say they can't cope with the amount of evidence they have to deal with from mobile phones and computers in criminal cases the national police chiefs council which represents uk forces has told radio force file on four programme that they don't have the resources to deal with so much digital evidence melanie abbott reports assessing digital evidence involves looking at the type of material most people have stored on them nobel phones like text messages emails photos and videos chief constable james vaughan who leads on forensics for the national police chiefs council has told filing for the technology is growing faster than forces can keep with meaning offices are working without the.

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Rescue ship transfers migrants to Italian ships for safety

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01:11 min | 3 years ago

Rescue ship transfers migrants to Italian ships for safety

"Fraud even though the crown prosecution service had refused to bring charges poll sultana who's fifty one was convicted after the company he'd swindled brought its own prosecution it's thought to be the largest fraud in britain to be successfully prosecuted privately and charity work has say it may not be possible for the rescue ship stranded in the mediterranean with more than six hundred migrants on board to dock in spain which has agreed to accept the vessel italy and malta both refused to open their ports for the boat concerns have been raised that the ship doesn't have enough fuel to make the journey lauren king who's on board the ship for the charity medecins haunt says that there are also safety issues we have six hundred twenty nine people on board at capacity is five hundred and fifty so we're already at capacity so what we're asking for is an immediate disembarkation in the closest safest part in the past few minutes has been reported that the migrants will be transferred to italian ships before being taken to valencia the time is now six minutes past six hundred chris fox is at the weather center good morning chris john good morning we're looking at a cloudy and slightly cooler day compared with yesterday was still temperatures will reach the high teens to.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To prosecute him so you need to explain to us the colt why you chose to prosecute him when there was no evidence and if you don't do that we have to give him all his legal costs back and the crown prosecution service telling the shows to pay me one hundred ninety one thousand pounds of taxpayers money to reimburse my legal costs rather than to reveal their reason and they refused ever to explain why they did it and they gave a reason why they wouldn't explain it they said if they told the court why they hit prosecuted me in in the absence of evidence it would undermine the public's faith in them to continue to do that job will at the height of an admission of guilt is laughable because what undermines our our confidence in the grapples occasions i was at the place is then bringing cases and crucially she said it's not just the cost to pay these paths having your your trial cost i think in police investigation cps all of the trial twomillionpound million pounds of taxpayers money to try amanda the police cbs already knew was innocent because they had the evidence to prove that you edison but but also crucially this necessarily fails men like you in these other thirteen more innocent men who put his it also suggests with a level of chaos at suggests that will be guilty men who guessing off who who it'll because of this failure with evidence but also the genuine women the false maturity of of rape keane's all naughton lying this new evidence thing they all lying but the vast majority of women who genuinely been victims of this horrific crime this is doing a disservice to them isn't it highprofile acquittals so you have been thirteen in the recent past there have been six including the christmas break in the last six weeks they are failing the public and of course the most important thing in our societies campaign to try and bring about justice for the many many women who are real victims of sexual abuse it without highprofile acquittals fail the public because they discourage victims from coming forward that's before you even get onto the fact that you have thirteen men here who are victims of crime as i am i am the victim of the crowds accusation perverting.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Don't lista didn't bring charges or bases won't lose other women told them well i think the interesting at wsb two seemingly we really that no at least i don't know what the equality the information that that came to the police was it may well be that they they did look into them and and and a uh decided there was insufficient uh evidence to bring a child with all the crown prosecution service may have so that that was insufficient evidence to bring a child we just don't know and so we can all week treasurer on saying this is this is a polling on shocking and surprising that is perfectly true but until we know what the facts are what the real facts are all we can do his guests and or all i can assume is that the probation as far that the parole board properly assessed the information in front and looking at the man said will this man is no longer a danger and it's safe to be released kudos women some of those one hundred old women could they know bring charges could they go back to the police on the basis of this idea and whether there is a legal precedents for this or whatever but could they go back and say look we we we want charges to be brought could they take pride the prosecution's war that they could do one of those things and then then the police and the crown prosecution service would have to see whether the evidence that they were being given the allegations that they were being supplied with was sufficient to get over the uh what the the evidential and the and the public interest tests if they are will they might bring further prosecutions if they're not and so i'm afraid sometimes in these cases where it's one word against another uh they they have some very sorry this is this is not going to go anywhere a hundred it's not a question of numbers is a question of the quality of the information on the evans and that's something you'd have to agree with certain agreements to final quick thought from new but reassuring perhaps that they can stool now come forward again those women.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Crown prosecution service said nearly fourteen and a half thighs in cases were brought to court the latest police statistics on hate crime are due to be published this morning more details from our home affairs correspondent june kelly the vast majority of hate crime prosecutions result from allegations of racial and religious abuse these are followed by cases relating to sexual orientation and then disability according to the crown prosecution service the dropping cases getting to court is the result of foreign referrals from the police and it says it's working with them to find out the reason it more than six thousand cases where there was a conviction prosecutors succeeded in having sentences increased but the director of public prosecutions allison saunders has acknowledged that hate crime generally is under reported the most uptodate please these figures due out later this morning highest prices in large parts of england and wales are lower than they were ten years ago research carried out by the bbc and the open data institute in leeds shows that average values and northern areas have declined by more than ten percent fell bodnar has the details more than eight million residential property transactions taken from a land registry between two thousand seven and this july which examined for this analysis they expose a stark regional divides since the financial crisis harsh crises in the east and southeast of england have risen in real terms often sharply those increases skew national figures and can hide the fact in other parts of the country it's been a very different story in the northeast yorkshire and wales adjusting for inflation house prices have fallen in real terms in nine out of.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The children might not suffered in the same way the this has been articles because of the disclosure yesterday the police in newcastle paid ten thousand to a child rapist in return the him infiltrating the gang convicted almost one hundred crimes against young girls now zero absolves the chief prosecutor for the crown prosecution service in the north of england you're putting this person who's a convicted sexoffender of children on with people who were offending is curious children you don't have to my noise and i don't have you have raised nor is it the offices will have you don't have the ability to go straight in the moment you discover the somebody's being raped or harmed to protect that person and that to my mind is where the only species of made it very clear line has been crossed warlord what donald can donald walls director of public prosecutions for five years he's on the line good morning to you good morning what's your view on this well i think can nasr expressed dead did i lemerre on the other hand these are very grim investigations very difficult to investigation bring to trial the criminals and salesroom in it he did abusive generally operating in more or less clears groups the victims often very young they often leaving him very chaotic deserted lifestyles and they're not leg before coming so had the same time you have a use of inform is very common in criminal justice many many cases brought to justice you the useful form isn't a whole point about intial mrs there often no angels themselves that's worthy criminals trust them and take them into their confidence so it's a real dilemma the judge in this case very experienced criminal judge judge mall engine northumbria found the police hadn't engaged in any misconduct in in this operation had already a proper procedures had been followed in day she felt zinder found that none of the young victims it would it be good at risk by this states a dilemma for the police in they have to bannon's risk against opportunity it's not unusual for informed us to be out hey but in the case like this is the.

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"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"crown prosecution service" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The republican controlled congress is fell to deliver on his slogan repeal and replace police and prosecutors in england and wales have been accused of causing delays and undermining justice in criminal trials by failing to follow basic rules about disclosing evidence to defense lawyers a joint inspection by two watchdogs the crown prosecution service inspectorate and the inspector to constabulary said there was widespread problems with the process is our home affairs correspondent danny shore during an investigation police required to look evidence they haven't used the material must be passed to the defense if it could assist their case so undermine the prosecution since but the report found that police recordkeeping of such evidence was routinely poor and the crown prosecution service lawyers failed to address the problems until cases went to trial inspectors said that often lead to chaotic scenes outside the courtroom as barristers trying to resolve disclosure failings at the last minute result voting in trials collapsing or being postponed one sexual assault case had to be delayed when it emerged a day before the trial that the alleged victim a child had written a letter which contradicted their evidence the courage of policing said it would review training for officers on disclosure the cps said improvements were on underway anyone buying a knife on the internet in england and wales would have to pick it up in person under new government proposals the move is a response to concerns that some children of deceiving online retailers and arranging for knives to be delivered his our home affairs correspondent tom simon's across the uk many types of knives are on now banned including flick knives socalled zombie knives and knuckledusters without good reason it's legal to carry anything other than a folding penknife with a blade three inches or less but currently knives can be bought online by anyone who can show the.

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