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Thug, 41, admits hacking estranged wife, 31, to death with a Gurkha-style MACHETE in savage attack outside her home in front of horrified neighbours

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A man admitted killing his estranged wife yesterday after stabbing her earlier this year. Craig Woodhall, 41, plead guilty to stabbing his estranged wife Victoria Woodhall in Barnsley on March 29 2020.   At Sheffield Crown Court on September 18 he admitted stabbing the 31-year-old multiple times during a sustained attack with a machete. Craig Woodhall, 41, plead guilty at Sheffield Crown Court to stabbing his estranged wife Victoria in Barnsley on March 29 2020 Members of the public began calling 999 after Woodhall chased Victoria from their property in Windsor Crescent into the street. The mother-of-three was dragged to the floor outside of her home and stabbed repeatedly with a Gurkha-style machete knife, according to Yorkshire Live.       The NHS worker suffered violence so extreme she was left with multiple skull fractures as well injuries to her head, face, neck, arms, hands, shoulders and back. Woodhall will be sentenced at the court on 2 October.  Mum-of-three Victoria died at

Britain's second wave takes hold with 4,422 cases in past 24 hours - the highest number of new infections in four months - as virus claims 27 more victims bringing toll to 41,759

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Britain has recorded 27 more deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours - triple last week's figure - bringing the total number of deaths in the country since the pandemic began to 41,759. Last Saturday just nine deaths were recorded and 3,497 new cases were announced. But this week 4,422 people tested positive for coronavirus and the total number of confirmed cases now stands at 390,358.  It comes as Government scientists spooked Boris Johnson with warnings of hundreds of daily coronavirus deaths 'within weeks' as they told the terrified Prime Minister: 'There is no alternative to a second national lockdown'. And Britain's testing system came under intense scrutiny in the past week amid reports that doctors, nurses and people living in the country's worst-hit towns were unable to get tested for the virus. A further 16 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in hospital in England, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hosp

'Knife fanatic', 17, is jailed for life for plunging kitchen blade into back of autistic best-friend's skull after petty row following sleepover at his home

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A teen has been jailed for life for stabbing his autistic best friend to death with a kitchen knife during a row. Trent Hutchinson, 17, plunged a knife into the back and skull of 18-year-old Ollie Wells outside his house, a court heard. The young killer, who was said to have had a 'fascination with knives', had allowed his friend to sleep on a mattress in his bedroom in his mother's house. During the stay, Ollie answered the door and spoke to some men who stopped by in a car. Trent Hutchinson , 17, has been jailed for life for stabbing his best friend 18-year-old Ollie Wells to death with a kitchen knife during a row in Newhaven, Sussex Hutchinson, 16 at the time, accused Ollie of 'bringing trouble to the house', police said. A fight broke out between them inside the home in Newhaven, Sussex, and Hutchinson punched Ollie.  Ollie fled outside and was followed by Hutchinson, who then returned quickly and told his mother he had stabbed Ollie. The court heard Ollie was

Has the second wave of panic-buying begun? Ocado and Sainsbury's warn delivery slots are booking up fast as Britain braces for second lockdown

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Ocado and Sainsbury's have warned customers that delivery slots are booking up fast - as fears of a second wave appear to be fuelling the return of panic-buying. The online supermarkets pasted notices on their 'pick a slot' page warning customers the sites were experiencing high demand. Ocado's read: 'Delivery slots are selling out faster than usual. If you can't find a slot now, please use the "Next 3 days" button to see available slots further in advance.' It comes as Government scientists spooked Boris Johnson with warnings of hundreds of daily coronavirus deaths 'within weeks' as they said: 'There is no alternative to a second national lockdown'.  A senior citizen gets the last pack of toilet rolls at a Sainsbury's Supermarket on March 19, 2020, in Northwich. A spate of panic buying in March saw supermarket shelves stripped bare A notice on the Sainsbury's delivery slots page warned 'slots are still in high demand

Police set up tent in garden of Steven Clark's elderly parents after pair were arrested over missing son's murder - 28 years after he was last seen going into public toilets

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Police have set up a tent in the back garden of Steven Clark's elderly parents' home after the pair were arrested over their missing son's murder.  Steven Clark went to visit the toilet while on a family walk near Saltburn Pier in Cleveland in December 1992 but was never seen again. His parents Doris and Charles, who live in Marske-by-the-Sea, Cleveland, had been arrested on suspicion of his murder, with his mother describing the situation as 'absolutely ludicrous'. Police made the arrests following a cold case review and specialist officers began their investigations in the back garden of the couple's home on Friday.  This morning five police cars and vans, a crime scene investigation vehicle and an incident command unit could be seen parked outside the semi-detached house. A cordon was place across a public footpath that runs down the side of the house on Coast Road in the town. And a police tent could seen in the rear garden.   A police tent was erected in t

Student, 20, with natural 34J breasts is crowdfunding for £5,000 surgery to reduce them to D-cup after NHS refused despite 'constant' back pain

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A student with one of the biggest natural busts in the UK is crowdfunding to have her breasts reduced.  Amber Roach, 20, said she struggles to get out of bed, due to 'constant' back pain, get on buses or play sport because of her 34J breasts.  The 5ft 3in 9st law student, whose breasts way more than 1st alone, said visiting pubs and clubs has become a nightmare as she fears knocking over pints when she turns round. Amber wants to reduce to a D cup but has been turned down for an NHS operation because her breasts fall under the size threshold, so she is hoping to raise £5,000 for the procedure.  Student Amber Roach , 20, from Watford, Hertfordshire, has one of the biggest busts in the UK and is crowdfunding to have her breasts reduced The 5ft 3in 9st law student said visiting pubs and clubs has become a nightmare as she fears knocking over pints when she turns round She said she can't walk down the street without having to squeeze past people and struggles going into boutiqu

Violent protests return to the streets of Portland following 10 days of quiet as police arrest 11 and 'deploy tear gas to break up crowds'

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Protesters have returned to the streets of Portland following a ten-day pause caused by poor air quality from nearby wildfires.   Demonstrators marched to an ICE facility in the south of the city late Friday night, where police declared an unlawful assembly.   Activists threw items at officers, leading to the arrests of 11 people, including at least two from out of state.   Photos show that smoke was used to clear the crowd, and it appeared that tear gas was deployed.  Police initially tweeted that tear gas was on the list of crowd control agents if people did not disperse, despite Democrat mayor Ted Wheeler last week ordering officers not to deploy the chemical agent for crowd control.   Protesters have returned to the streets of Portland following a ten-day pause caused by poor air quality from nearby wildfires Photos show that smoke was used to clear the crowd, and it appeared that tear gas was deployed. Dozen of police with riot shields are seen standing guard outside an ICE facili

Taxi driver picked up passengers for SEVEN DAYS while potentially infectious with coronavirus - as urgent alert is issued for swanky restaurants and a golf club in Sydney

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A desperate warning has been issued after a taxi driver drove around Sydney for seven days while potentially infected with coronavirus. The warning was issued by NSW Health on Saturday night after the infected driver worked on September 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 in the city's western suburbs. Passengers who caught a taxi in Moorebank, Bankstown, Chipping Norton, Liverpool, Lidcombe, Warwick Farm and Milperra have been warned to watch for symptoms and get tested immediately if they feel ill.  A taxi driver with coronavirus drove around Sydney for seven days and potentially infected customers Self isolate and get tested:  Campbelltown Golf Club,  - Glen Alpine - September 16 from 2pm-4.30pm in the TAB area Milton Ulladulla Ex Servos Club - September 12 from  2pm-6.15pm Carlo’s Italian Restaurante Bar & Seafood , Ulladulla - September 12 from 8pm-9.30pm Bannisters Pavilion Rooftop Bar & Grill , Mollymook – September 13 from 12.30pm-2.15pm Anyone who attended these venu