RICHARD BLACK RETURNS TO THE UK AFTER BEING STRANDED IN TRINIDAD FOR OVER 4O YEARS DUE TO WINDRUSH SCANDAL

Richard Black, who was stranded in Trinidad and Tobago for more than 40 years due to the Windrush scandal, has returned to Britain. The St Lucia born Brit came to the UK when he was just 6 years old and had his citizenship revoked after a visit to his in-laws in the Caribbean in 1983.
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17-YEAR-OLD GIRL, WEALTH, SHARES THE HEARTBREAKING STORY OF HER CHILDHOOD IN HOPES TO REUNITE WITH HER YOUNG SIBLINGS

TRIGGER WARNING: CHILD ABUSE AND CHILD-SEXUAL ABUSE
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BEDFORDSHIRE DRUG DEALER GIVEN COUNTY'S FIRST EVER SLAVERY PREVENTION ORDER

A Bedfordshire drug dealer has been sentenced to over five years in prison and given the county's first-ever slavery and trafficking prevention order for trafficking two teens to supply drugs. The order will prevent him from owning more than one mobile phone and having unsupervised contact with minors.
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WOMAN FOUND GUILTY FOR DEATH OF TWO FRIENDS WHO WERE TWERKING IN CONVERITBLE WHEN SHE CRASHED

On July 16 2022, Adele Ojokie Aidonojie, 23, took to the wheel of her convertible Mini Cooper, accompanied by friends Rida Boujetif, 24, Mary Macharia, 23, and Ben Sidibe. In a tragic series of events, what began as a carefree joyride among friends ended in profound sorrow, leaving a community grappling with loss.
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TRAGIC LOSS: FIVE-YEAR-OLD DANIEL ALABY FOUND DEAD IN RIVER THAMES, COMMUNITY MOURNS

Heartbreak Strikes Thamesmead Community as Met Police Confirm Loss of Five-Year-Old Daniel Alaby. The community of Thamesmead, south-east London, is reeling from heartbreak following the devastating news of the loss of five-year-old Daniel Alaby, confirmed by the Metropolitan Police. Daniel, who had gone missing from his home, was tragically found in the River Thames after an extensive search effort.
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INJECTABLE CONTRACEPTION LINKED TO INCREASED BRAIN TUMOUR RISK

New research suggests contraceptive injections containing progestogens, such as Depo-Provera, can increase the risk of a rare brain tumour called meningioma. The observational study looked at the health data of 18,000 women before concluding the terrifying implications of these drugs.
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