Sunday, July 22, 2018

UK News

Sentence increase for gang selling imported puppies

Four men have today had their sentences increased after the Solicitor General, Robert Buckland QC MP, personally presented their cases to the Court of Appeal under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme.

Simon O’Donnell, Thomas Stokes, Edward Stokes, and Daniel Doherty were part of a puppy-farming...

NHS workers offered a free overnight stay in a UK hotel between now and Christmas

Hallmark Hotels is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the NHS by offering staff a free night's stay at one of it's locations for the rest of 2018.

The free overnight stay is valid each Sunday evening when NHS staff spend £50 on food and drink in any...

Police called as pet left in parked car as temperatures soared over 26C


Concerned Swindon shoppers called police to a town centre car park this afternoon after spotting a dog left locked inside a car as temperatures soared.

The dog was spotted in a Ford Focus estate in the Granville Street car park at around 12:30pm as the...

Swindon man arrested at West Swindon shopping centre in possession of a taser

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A man has been arrested this afternoon on suspicion of possession of a Taser.

Police were called to the car park at the West Swindon District Centre this afternoon following a report of a man in possession of what was believed to have been a...

Watch out for fake Argos texts offering refunds

Fake text messages posing as Argos are being sent out and claim that you are owed a refund from the company.

There is a link in the message which then leads to phishing websites which will steal your personal information and payment details.

The messages are...

Brits stop divorcing to watch World Cup

The World Cup is bad for divorce according to divorce experts in the UK.

England reaching the quarter finals of the FIFA World Cup has caused divorce enquiries to drop significantly, according to online divorce experts at the online divorce firm Divorce-Online.Co.UK.

The company, that deals...

Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Lidl and Iceland follow Aldi in recalling potential deadly frozen veg

After an earlier recall by Aldi, major supermarkets joined in issuing a recall on over fourty products after a deadly bacteria outbreak which has claimed the lives of nine people.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned that frozen sweetcorn is the likely source of...