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The police launched a dramatic crackdown on the practice of ghost broking this week by arresting 27 people in dawn swoops on Wednesday.

The scene of the fatal house fire in Wood Hill, Leicester

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Shehnila Taufiq, her teenage sons Jamal and Bilal and daughter Zainab, died in the fire in Wood Hill

Toby Flood revived Leicester’s fortunes in the last quarter

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The science teacher of a teenager accused of planning a repeat of the Columbine massacre told a court the boy asked him which gun he would prefer to be shot with. The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also asked for advice from the chemistry teacher about making explosives and told him he wanted to “blow up a mosque,” the Old Bailey heard.

Second man charged with murder of Leicester football coach Antoin Akpom

Victim died of single stab wound after being found injured in the street

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