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  1. A convicted gangster has taunted cops by posing outside a police station after allegedly sneaking back into the UK on a private helicopter. Sam Walker, 34, gloated on camera about escaping the country on a helicopter and fleeing to Sierra Leone in order to evade arrest earlier this year. The drug dealer, from Liverpool, now claims to have flown back into the UK, landing in a field before being driven away in a car. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/fugitive-gangster-sam-walker-taunts-cops-with-instagram-post-showing-him-outside-police-station-a3889501.html
  2. This was the shocking moment a teenage driver rammed a stolen car into police officers following a high speed chase in Surrey. Dashcam footage shows Ramone Kidd attempting to slam Sergeant Chris Schultze against a roadside barrier as other officers try to break into the vehicle and arrest him. The 19-year-old, who was high on cannabis, had been chased by police down the A22 near Godstone after they linked his car to a burglary eight days earlier. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/shocking-moment-teenage-driver-attempts-to-crush-police-officer-after-high-speed-chase-in-surrey-a3887531.html
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    MSN NEWS.Grenfell fraudsters face jail after claiming £125k

    UPDATE FROM MSN NEWS. 'Parasitic' Grenfell fraudsters who cost taxpayers £120,000 in hotel bills and living costs are jailed for total of more than six years Two 'parasitic' fraudsters who pretended to be Grenfell Tower survivors have been jailed for a total of more than six years. Elaine Douglas, 51, and Tommy Brooks, 52, who have been living in the UK illegally since 2002, spent more than £120,000 of taxpayers' money after being granted pre-paid credit cards and stays at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/parasitic-grenfell-fraudsters-who-cost-taxpayers-£120000-in-hotel-bills-and-living-costs-are-jailed-for-total-of-more-than-six-years/ar-AAA2LzX?ocid=spartanntp
  4. Police have warned of a crackdown as Donald Trump and Tommy Robinson supporters prepare to link-up for a mass march in central London. Activists attending a 'Welcome Trump’ protest on Saturday will march from the US Embassy in Nine Elms to Whitehall, where organisers say they intend to join a ‘free Tommy Robinson’ rally. Scotland Yard says the protests will be subject to a series of restrictions “due to concerns of serious public disorder and disruption to the community”. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/donald-trump-and-tommy-robinson-protests-met-police-crack-down-on-weekend-demonstrations-a3886286.html
  5. The UVF has threatened to “orchestrate and participate in serious disorder”, police have said, following a day of tensions where two bonfire sites in east Belfast were cleared. Contractors escorted by police officers were dispatched to dismantle pyres at Bloomfield Walkway and Cluan Place on Wednesday evening following an order from a High Court judge. Police moved into the area at around 5.30am on Wednesday morning, but loyalists set the Bloomfield Walkway bonfire alight before the material could be seized. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/vehicles-hijacked-and-torched-following-police-clearing-of-loyalist-bonfires-in-northern-ireland/ar-AAzWRZ0?ocid=iehp
  6. Police in Canada are reminding drivers not to leave electronic key fobs sitting in unattended vehicles, after a woman in Ontario accidentally stole a car for two weeks having mistaken it for her rental car. The woman rented a black Nissan Sentra in late June, according to police in Cornwall, a city of some 47,000 people in eastern Ontario. From there she headed to Walmart, where she did a little shopping before tracking down a black vehicle in the sea of cars parked outside. She climbed in the unlocked car, pushed the start button and drove home. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/fobbed-off-woman-accidentally-steals-car-for-two-weeks-after-key-mix-up/ar-AAzTvyu?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid=iehp
  7. A former head of counter-terrorism policing has urged the Government to inject more resources into the “bedrock” of neighbourhood policing. Sir Mark Rowley, who retired from Scotland Yard in March, said it was right to cut police funding during the austerity drive as crime rates were falling, but said forces now needed extra cash to combat rising threats such as knife and gun offences . https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/police-need-cash-to-tackle-rise-in-knife-crime-says-former-met-antiterror-chief-a3883426.html
  8. Nearly 300 children under the age of 12 were arrested for carrying a weapon in London over the last three years, figures show. Metropolitan Police figures from 2015 to 2017 reveal children as young as ten being arrested in London - including arrests over serious violent crimes including rape and drug trafficking. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/nearly-300-children-under-12-have-been-arrested-for-carrying-a-weapon-in-london-a3878371.html
  9. A man in his 30s has died after being arrested and taken to a police station. Greater Manchester Police has referred itself to the police watchdog over the incident late last night at Ashton-under-Lyne and the Independent Office for Police Conduct has decided to launch an investigation. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/newsmanchester/man-dies-after-being-arrested-and-taken-to-police-station/ar-AAzHGWw?ocid=iehp
  10. Stephen Lawrence killer David Norris has been given a £10,000 payout after he sued justice chiefs over an attack on him in jail. The 41-year-old racist thug had claimed not enough was done to protect him from fellow inmates. Justice campaigners last night spoke of their fury at the compensation after he sued the Ministry of Justice. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/crime/stephen-lawrence-killer-david-norris-gets-%c2%a310000-compensation-payout-after-he-is-beaten-up-in-prison/ar-AAzDLTt?li=BBoPRmx&ocid=iehp
  11. A notorious gangster has escaped from prison in France in a helicopter flown by three armed accomplices, authorities have said. Redoine Faid, 46, who was serving a 25-year sentence for a botched robbery in which a police officer died, escaped after three heavily armed men landed a helicopter in the courtyard of the prison in the Paris region. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/redoine-faid-prison-break-notorious-french-gangster-escapes-in-helicopter-flown-by-three-armed-a3876311.html
  12. Spoken word artist George the Poet says he was humiliated by Met Police officers who strip searched following a gig. The 27-year-old, one of Britain’s most prominent performance poets, said the incident happened while he was sat in his car outside his parents’ home in Neasden, north-west London https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/george-the-poet-humiliated-after-being-stripsearched-by-met-police-officers-after-gig-a3876321.html
  13. Two police constables who enjoyed cocaine-fuelled nights of passion at a football club hotel have been jailed. Married Adam Jackson and lover Kerry Reeve, both aged 36, were having an affair at the time they consumed the Class A drug while off-duty from their roles in Greater Manchester Police's tactical aid unit. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/police-officers-jailed-after-cocainefuelled-affair-at-football-club-hotel-a3871631.html
  14. These dramatic pictures show a theft suspect being wrestled to the ground and detained by members of the public this afternoon. A flying rugby tackle brought the 43-year-old man to the ground after a woman claimed £170 was taken from her as she queued up at an ATM outside Tesco store. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/crime/take-down-dramatic-moment-have-a-go-hero-tackles-thief-who-swiped-£170-cash-from-woman-at-a-tesco-atm-in-front-of-stunned-city-centre-shoppers/ar-AAyWBVg
  15. A yacht, a rhino horn and a suitcase stuffed with £200,000 were among a record haul of assets seized from criminals by Scotland Yard last year. Police say more than £94 million was seized or confiscated under the Misuse of Drugs Act in 2017/18, a 40 per cent rise on the previous year. The amount included £25 million in cash, much of it seized from couriers in London, and £55 million in confiscation orders — a 164 per cent increase on 2016/17. https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/high-and-dry-fraudster-s-yacht-among-94m-of-criminal-assets-seized-by-the-met-a3867666.html