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Europe · London

Former BBC Leeds presenter stalked and trolled ex-colleagues including Jeremy Vine after his contract was not renewed, court hears

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
Alex Belfield has been repeatedly posting and sending mocking and abusive messages, videos and emails since 2012, a court heard. The 42-year-old has caused serious alarm or distress to eight victims including Jeremy Vine, Channel 5 and BBC Radio 2 presenter, Stephanie Hirst, former BBC Radio Leeds presenter and Bernie Keith, BBC Radio Northampton presenter.See the Story
Surrey, British Columbia · Surrey

16-year-old stabbed at Surrey, B.C., high school; 2 teenagers arrested

50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Police were called to Panorama Ridge Secondary School Monday afternoon. A 16-year-old victim was taken to hospital after police performed first aid at the site. Police did not say whether the victim was a student at the school. It appears they'd been in some kind of altercation with two other teens before being stabbed.See the Story
Boris Johnson

Robert Jenrick: Time for Boris Johnson to go, former minister says

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
There have been 44 departures as of 2pm on July 6 2022. The equivalent figure for the whole of Theresa May's premiership was 52. Here is a list of all the departures from government that have occurred outside reshuffles since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister. All departures were resignations unless otherwise stated.See the Story
Roger Stone · Wolverhampton

Children's characters The Gadgeteers help with Summer Reading Challenge

The Gadgeteers Summer Reading Challenge is being run in partnership with the Science Museum Group. The challenge, aimed at children aged between four and 11, runs from this Saturday until September 10. Children are challenged to read six library books and collect incentives along the way. There will also be numerous free events in Bradford’s libraries, including ZooLab workshops featuring live small animals.See the Story
West Yorkshire · West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire man Ashley Giles wanted on recall to prison

Ashley Giles, 27, was released on licence in April after serving part of a sentence for burglary. He is now believed to have breached the terms of his release and officers are making enquiries to locate him. Giles is described as being about 5ft 6ins tall, of slim build and is known to frequent Beeston, Holbeck and Leeds city centre.See the Story
Royal Mail · United Kingdom

Exact dates of three-day Royal Mail strike in July confirmed

2,400 managers will work to rule on July 15-19, followed by strike action on July 20-22. Unite general secretary Sharon Graham said: “This business is awash with cash but it is putting profits and dividends for the few at the top ahead of its duties as a public service.” Royal Mail said it has contingency plans in place to minimise disruption for customers.See the Story
Hucknall · Hucknall

Police release CCTV footage of suspected Bradford burglars

A gas station box was set alight in Bulwell on Sunday, July 3. Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to. The incident is reported to have taken place between 8.30am and 8.55am. The fire service were able to extinguish the fire quickly.See the Story
Golf · Bradford

Activity centre with trampolines and mini golf planned for department store

ONE of the city centre’s most prominent buildings could soon be converted into a family activity centre – with trampolines, mini golf and virtual reality.See the Story

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