A 28-year-old woman, believed to be the girl's mother, was also arrested and has been released on police bail.
Detective Inspector Rebus stages a satisfying comeback from retirement
Crystal Greer Brooks arrested for driving over Santiago Hernandez in the town of Kingsport, Tennessee last Wednesday
Roots, the central work in Arnold Wesker's 1950s trilogy, refuses to be rushed and keeps you waiting two and half hours for a turning-point. But the cumulative power of the piece is quietly devastating, as is decisively demonstrated now by this loving, meticulous and beautifully acted revival by James Macdonald. Written in the Norfolk dialect, the play tells the story of a young woman, Beatie Bryant, who returns to her glum family of farm labourers and tries to groom them for the impending visit of her “intellectual” London boyfriend Ronnie (the East End Jewish poet of Chicken Soup With Barley). She browbeats them with Ronnie's thoughts about art and politics by repeating them parrot-fashion and only finds her own voice in a climactic surge after a calamity the audience may have started to anticipate.
Stuck in a dirty hostel in Jerusalem with an ill man, Tamar Cohen realised the error of her ways
Last of the summer whine
They can't possibly have experienced enjoyment before me, could they?
One of these days, pigs might fly and Philip Ridley will write a play full of joy, laughter and sparkling merriment. Meanwhile, he follows the dark and murky byways of lives that have gone lyrically wrong in language that lacerates any vestigial sense of well-being and “all’s right with the world” in an audience.
It's unlikely, as the house belonged to his girlfriend's ex-husband, with the Spanish international set to rent the property out instead of making a surprise return to London
Inquest in Westminster hears how the unruly member of conservation site staff bore a grudge after he was fired for getting into fights and having an affair with a volunteer
Only a deranged optimist would head to a show called Wag! The Musical expecting a bitingly witty deconstruction of the culture of footballers' wives and girlfriends and its impact on the values of young women.
'Everyone slaps their boyfriend once, when they deserve it,' she said
Loose Women star Carol Vorderman is swapping the studio for the skies to fly solo around the world.
Police given more to question friend of 17-year-old after he was arrested in Glasgow on suspicion of murder
Nick Ross appeared to claim that rape victims were partly responsible if they were drunk or provocatively dressed