'Obviously something had happened and someone was shouting for help - so I jumped out into the road'
Officers are not volunteering to carry guns because they fear being 'hung out to dry'
The news follows recent research which revealed 312,000 children in the UK have such low living standards that they are 'living in destitution'
Police said there was no threat to the Trafford Centre and that the exercise was part of a nationwide programme
Michel Neyret, who was given the Légion d’Honneur for his 'exceptional' service to the state, is accused of accepting watches and staying in luxury hotels in exchange for information
If Colonel Gaddafi had any sense, he’d have told Kelvin MacKenzie he was just about to order free and fair elections when Liverpool fans without tickets broke down his door
'Midani caused enormous fear and distress to the local community as he carried out his spate of attacks,' say police
Child also accused of threatening a person with a blade or sharp-pointed article
An inquest into Hannah Stubbs' death found that she killed herself after suffering from post traumatic stress disorder
Norfolk Police thanked the stag group for helping them out during their 'moment of need'
The accused man is due to appear in court on Monday
Anne-Marie Birch was found dead in a field near her home in Kent in 2013, following a prolonged campaign of harassment by her estranged husband. Two women a week are killed by a current or former partner in the UK
Eight others were injured in the blast during a security workshop
The 69-year-old has said the deceased was 'not the housewife she used to be'
If the banking revolution makes fraud easier, that’s their problem, not ours
'He took an interest in anyone's lives - old, young, anyone'