An Israeli boy has drawn his Heartbreaking memories of the Hamas attack. on October 7, which shows terrorists shooting at a house and his father’s futile attempt to escape to safety.
Rowley calls for changes to law after jihad protests
Sir Mark Rowley has asked for changes in the law around policing extremism, as he said officers could not be expected to “impose taste and decency”. In the Metropolitan Police commissioner’s first comments following criticism over officers’ failure to intervene when pro-Palestinian protesters chanted “jihad”, Sir Mark warned there was loopholes in the law That meant extremist groups were able to spread “some pretty toxic messages.” His comments come amid claims that Metropolitan Police officers were “frustrated” at having been unable to intervene during a rally in London.
Areas flooded by Storm Babet will be submerged again
Saturated areas of the country. could dive again this week as a result of further downpours from Storm Babet despite the lifting of flood warnings in some of the worst affected areas. The Environment Agency has said rivers will be at risk of overflowing until Wednesday amid fears some already soaked communities could face “major flooding” this week. Read more about him areas that could be affected.
Hezbollah clashes on the Lebanese border complicate Israel’s plans for a ground invasion of Gaza
It is said that Israel delay their ground invasion of Gaza due to an increasingly complicated situation along its northern border with Lebanon, where clashes with Hezbollah continue to intensify. Israel’s Channel 14 quoted unnamed officials as saying that the escalation of violence along the Lebanese border meant “we should not enter Gaza now.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu himself warned Hezbollah against “Making the mistake of his life” upon entering the war. Follow the latest updates on the conflict. here.
Information about Israel: Calls grow for more aid to be delivered to Gaza as 14-truck convoy reaches Palestinians
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Speeding | A Welsh magistrate has left his position because punishing drivers for violating a new 32 km/h limit makes him “uneasy.” Nick Colbourne from Wrexham said the legislation was like “using a sledgehammer to crack a nut”.
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World News: EU aid talks with Egypt raise fears of new European migrant crisis
Brussels is trying to close an aid deal for Egypt amid fears that Israel’s conflict with Hamas could trigger a new European migration crisis. Talks between senior European Commission officials and Cairo were held at the weekend on the sidelines of a peace summit in the Egyptian capital, after growing concerns that hundreds of thousands of people could flee from the Gaza Strip to the country.
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‘I was quoted £76,000’: Spray foam ‘sharks’ use net zero to trick homeowners
Door-to-door salesmen, armed with immediate “deals”, pressure pensioners to spend thousands of pounds on insulation that can make their homes unsaleable, cause dampness and even lead to life-changing health conditions.
Business news: Banks accused of defrauding small businesses with low interest rates
Big banks have been accused of giving small businesses “incredibly poor treatment” offering them less interest on their cash than larger companies. In a letter to the Treasury Select Committee, Richard Davies, chief executive of Allica Bank, said small and medium-sized businesses should receive additional support. £7.5bn interest a year on your deposits.
Live Market News: US borrowing costs hit highest level since 2007
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