Monthly Archive: September 2018

Cellnet Review

First picture of Brit boy, 4, tragically killed in Tenerife hotel pool drowning


Daily Star

First picture of Brit boy, 4, tragically killed in Tenerife hotel pool drowning
Daily Star
Presley Stockton, four, was pronounced dead yesterday after paramedics battled to save him at the four-star Paradise Park hotel in the popular resort of Los Cristianos. The child is thought to have flown to the Spanish island from Manchester with his
Tenerife drowning: First picture of Brit boy, 4, who died in swimming pool as family reveal “absolute hell”Mirror.co.uk
First pics of ‘one-in-million’ Brit boy, 4, who drowned in Tenerife hotel swimming pool as devastated family pay tributeThe Sun

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Man arrested after ‘attempted abduction of three schoolgirls’ in Slough


Mirror.co.uk

Man arrested after ‘attempted abduction of three schoolgirls’ in Slough
Mirror.co.uk
A man has been arrested on suspicion of the attempted abduction of three schoolgirls in Slough. The middle-aged man was arrested by detectives investigating three abduction attempts in which a man tried to kidnap three schoolgirls off the street over

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Woman boxer dubbed ‘The Secret Assassin’ beat schoolgirl aged ELEVEN


Daily Mail

Woman boxer dubbed ‘The Secret Assassin’ beat schoolgirl aged ELEVEN – but dodges jail with a £120 fine
Daily Mail
A teenage girl is ‘too scared to walk to school’ after she was battered by a friend’s boxer mother. Kiesha Schofield was just 11 when she was assaulted by ‘the secret assassin’ Jade Binch, 28, following a row with the boxer’s daughter. Her mother
Boxer battered schoolgirl after ‘she had an argument with her daughter’Metro
Boxer mum dubbed ‘The Secret Assassin’ beats 11-year-old schoolgirl – then is fined just £120Mirror.co.uk
Boxer mum, 28, dubbed ‘The Secret Assassin’ who battered schoolgirl, 11, leaving her covered in blood fined just £120The Sun

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Three-year hunt for Croydon cat killer ends as police say it was foxes


Metro

Three-year hunt for Croydon cat killer ends as police say it was foxes
Metro
The Croydon Cat Killer was never real, it was just a bunch of deadly foxes, police reveal after closing their investigation after three years. More than 500 cat deaths all over the UK were pinned on the mysterious figure when decapitated and mutilated
Croydon cat killer: Mystery solved by police after three years amid 500 mutilationsThe Independent
‘Croydon cat killer’ mystery: Police claim to have solved case after three-year investigationTelegraph.co.uk
Croydon cat killer does NOT exist say police as they close investigation after 500 deathsMirror.co.uk
Echo –The Sun –Southwark News –Wandsworth Guardian
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