(LONDON) JUST IN: Labour Leadership Latest Report: Kier Starmer has been elected next leader with 56.2% of the votes and Angela Rayner as deputy leader with 52.6% as he says in his first speech he will work constructively with the government over COVID – 19 and is not aiming at scoring points #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Apr.04: Even before the coronavirus emergency, the next Labour leader was facing a formidable set of challenges: Here is what is likely to be at the top of Sir Keir Starmer’s in-tray: In February, Sir Keir Starmer said that if he won the Labour leadership he would use the Commons to attack Boris Johnson as “a prime minister with no conviction or principles”

Kier Starmer wins leadership as next Labour leader With 56.2% of votes and promises to not just look at scoring points for points sake BBC News reports

But that was before the coronavirus pandemic changed everything: Now, in the midst of an unprecedented national emergency, with MPs working from home, and the prime minister in isolation, that is not really an option. He will need to find a way of holding the government to account – and asking tough questions – without getting personal or appearing to score political points.

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The new Labour leader recorded a video where he spoke of the “hour” of the post and the effect of coronavirus

He set the tone in his victory message, saying: “Under my leadership we will engage constructively with the government, not opposition for opposition’s sake: “Not scoring party political points or making impossible demands. But with the courage to support where that’s the right thing to do.”

But, he added, Labour would “test the arguments that are put forward” and not be afraid to call out the government “where we see mistakes” or “things not happening as quickly as they should”.

He may find it difficult to get a hearing at all: Amid the public’s coronavirus concern, it’s not party politics as usual. Conservative Party opinion poll ratings have soared to 50%, as the public rallies round the men and women in charge: And with social distancing measures in place, the usual media blitz for a new leader will be severely curtailed: He may even end up being the first opposition leader to make his Prime Minister’s Questions debut via video link from home. He should have plenty of time to think about the next item in his in-tray.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Apr.04: 2020:

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(LONDON) NCA REPORT: Officers arrest and charge a man on the ‘ Isle of Wight ‘ as part an investigation into the seizure of 97-packages of almost 100-kilos of cocaine in November last year #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – The 43-year-old was detained on suspicion of conspiring to import class a drugs at an address in Ashey Road, Ryde, yesterday (Sunday 29 March), in an operation supported by Hampshire Police: He was questioned by NCA investigators before being bailed pending further enquiries…………….The investigation follows a seizure made at Newhaven in the early hours of 23 November last year:

NCA Report: Officers have arrested a second man over £10-million Newhaven cocaine seizure

Border Force officers recovered 97 packages each containing approximately a kilo of cocaine from the back of a van carrying frozen fish: The drugs had an estimated potential value of around £10 million: The driver, 50-year-old James Satterley from Cookham in Maidenhead, was later charged with importing class A drugs: He now awaits

NCA branch operations manager Martin Matthews said: “Our investigation into this importation continues: “Working with partners like Border Force and policing we are determined to do all we can to disrupt the organised crime groups involved in the large-scale importation of class A drugs.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Apr.02: 2020:

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(GRT MANCHESTER) Court Report: GM Police Operation Hansard Investigation: On (Monday 23 March 2020) and (Friday 20 March 2020) 11 of the 13 men were sentenced to a collective 116 years and four months in prison for a total of 58-burglary and robbery offences across parts of the U.K. #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Mar.23: The prosecution follows Operation Hansford – a proactive investigation by officers from GMP Oldham’s Challenger Team: The court heard how between July 2018 and May 2019, the brazen group of criminals committed a total of 58 burglary and robbery offences across Greater Manchester, Derbyshire, West and South Yorkshire and Lancashire:

11 of 13 men who committed over 50 burglary and robbery offences across the north have been jailed for a total of over 116 years

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The group would target both private dwellings and commercial buildings, often committing up to four or five offences a night: They would steal high powered vehicles, safes, cigarettes and alcohol. In total, around £1.5million worth of property was stolen and approximately £230,000 worth of damage was caused to properties was stolen and approximately £230,000 worth of damage was caused to properties –both commercial and residential – in the lead up to the groups arrests.

When committing the offences, the offenders would use machetes, sledge hammers and crow bars to force entry, and would use these weapons to threaten both members of the public and police officers when challenged: Using stolen cars, the group would ram-raid properties in order to gain entry, showing a total disregard for the safety of others.

On one occasion, officers stopped a vehicle for displaying false number plates, unaware that the occupants had just burgled a commercial property where they forced entry by using sledge hammers to smash through a wall: The offenders stopped the car and two men emerged from the rear passenger seats – wearing Scream masks – and savagely attacked the police vehicle with sledge hammers.

Thankfully the police officers weren’t physically injured but the car had to be recovered and sent for repair before it could return to the roads as an emergency vehicle: On another occasion, a number of the offenders were detained by officers following a commercial burglary of a chip shop. The co-accused then confronted the officers – brandishing an axe – and assisted the offenders in escaping from the officers: On a third occasion, two victims – who were out at the time – were alerted via phone to a possible break in at their home. On returning to the address, the victims caught the offenders attempting to steal their two cars – an Audi S3 and a Kia Rio. The offenders struck the female victim with the car door before they fled with both vehicles.

Both of these cars were recovered by police several days later. However, in a further display of the gang’s violent behaviour, as the car was being recovered by police from Royton on Sunday 6 January 2019, the gang re-stole the Audi by attacking the recovery truck and threatening both a police officer and the recovery agent with sledgehammers: Four of the offenders were arrested after a burglary at a commercial property in West Yorkshire. A further nine were arrested during police raids in Oldham, as part of Operation Hansford.

Across today (Monday 23 March 2020) and Friday 20 March 2020, 11 of the 13 men were sentenced at Minshull Street Crown Court to a collective 116 years and four months in prison.

A Proceeds of Crime Hearing is scheduled to take place at Minshull Street Crown Court on Friday 26 June 2020.

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(GRT MANCHESTER) GM POLICE REPORT: Earlier today (Sunday 22 March 2020) at 2:34pm, police were called to Queen’s Park in Bolton following reports that a child had been stabbed: Ambulance and police attended and found that a seven-year-old girl had been attacked by a woman with a knife, sadly she died later #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Mar.22: The child sustained extremely serious injuries and, despite the best efforts of her family and medical responders, she sadly died a short while later: A 30-year-old woman was detained by a member of the public immediately after the attack and was arrested by police at the scene, initially on suspicion of attempted murder and subsequently for murder…………..The woman is not known to the family of the little girl.

GM Police Report: A woman has been arrested following the murder of a little girl in Bolton

Assistant Chief Constable, Russ Jackson of GMP, said: “Words cannot describe how awful this attack is. The family were out in the park, enjoying the spring sun when in a totally unprovoked and random attack this little girl sustained horrendous injuries and sadly died a short while later: “A 30-year-old woman who was not known to the family was detained by a member of the public and then arrested by the police. She is currently in custody for murder and it is expected she will be interviewed by detectives later…………“We are working to understand the motive for this completely random and brutal attack. We understand that the woman has some history of mental illness and we are working to understand if this played any part in her motive………….“We have sent specialist family liaison officers to support the family. This is a family’s worst nightmare. The incident is horrendous and I cannot begin to imagine what the family of this little girl are going through…………“We are determined to quickly understand how this came to happen, leaving a young family so distraught and so devastated in an instant.

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Mar.22: 2020:

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(LONDON) JUST IN: MET REPORT: Detectives from Specialist Crime North are investigating a ‘ fatal stabbing ‘ of a woman in Newham on Thurs.19:Mar: just after midnight: Enquires are ongoing and no arrests have been made #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Mar.19: A murder investigation has been launched after a woman was stabbed in Newham: Police were called at 00:44hrs on Thursday, 19 March, to a report of a woman with stab injuries at Altmore Avenue/Barking Road, E6: Officers attended along with the London Ambulance Service and found a woman in her twenties with serious injuries: She was taken to hospital by LAS where she later died:

MET Report: Murder investigation launched following fatal stabbing in Newham on Thursday night

Enquiries are ongoing to establish the woman’s identify and trace her next of kin: A post-mortem examination will be held in due course: Enquiries continue to establish any possible motive and no arrests have yet be made

Detectives from Specialist Crime North are investigating and would appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident or has information that could assist to call police on 101 quoting CAD 213/19Mar: Information can also be reported 100% anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org/”>www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

#AceNewsDesk report …………..Published: Mar.19: 2020:

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(LONDON) Court Report: Manchester Arena Report: Hashem Abedi brother of Salman Abedi formerly has today (Tues.17 March 2020) been found guilty of 22 counts of murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion likely to endanger life #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Mar.18: During the course of a six week trial at the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) in London, the jury heard compelling evidence of Hashem’s activities in the months leading up to the attack, which was carried out by his brother Salman on 22 May 2017: These included persuading close acquaintances to purchase chemicals on his behalf that could be used to manufacture explosives, sourcing metal drums that were used to build bomb prototypes and buying a Nissan Micra that was used to store the bomb components back in Manchester whilst the brothers were in Libya: Witnesses also gave evidence in court which suggested the brothers had developed an extremist mind-set. One witness stated in court that, in his opinion, Hashem ‘believed in terrorism’.

Prior to the events at the Manchester Arena, the brothers used three key addresses to prepare for the attack: A property on Lindum Street in Rusholme was used as a delivery address for the chemicals. The chemicals were subsequently taken to a flat on Somerton Court in Blackley where they were manufactured into explosives. The final version of the bomb would be built at a flat in Granby House in Manchester City Centre in the days prior to the attack.

After gathering all the materials needed to construct the final version of the device, Hashem and Salman flew to Libya to see family in 15 April 2017, the month before the attack took place: Whilst the brothers were out of the country, the bomb components were stored in a Nissan Micra that was parked near Devell House in Rusholme.

Hashem remained in Libya when his brother returned to the UK on 18 May 2017. Salman would then collect the components from the car in a blue suitcase before taking them to Granby House to finish the construction of the bomb: On 22 May 2017, Salman Abedi entered the Manchester Arena and detonated the device that he and Hashem had created, killing himself and 22 other people, and injuring almost 1,000 members of the public: Hashem was arrested in Libya the following day and successfully extradited to the UK on 17 July 2019.

Assistant Chief Constable Russ Jackson of Greater Manchester Police said: “Almost three years ago, Greater Manchester Police had to announce to the world that Manchester had suffered one of the worst terrorist attacks this country has ever experienced: ” Twenty-two lives had been suddenly and brutally taken in a barbaric act, leaving behind heartbroken families and friends. Their loss is sorely felt and, for many, the pain of that loss will never ever heal: ” There were also almost 1,000 people injured, some incredibly seriously and many still suffer with deep physical or psychological injuries which will remain with them for years, if not forever.…………..Salman Abedi exploded the bomb which caused this devastation, but people now know that this horrific attack was planned with his brother, Hashem Abedi, who we now see convicted of the 22 murders and the attempted murder of all those others who were injured: ” Although he was in Libya at the time of the attack, Hashem Abedi is every bit as guilty as his dead brother and this is reflected in the judgment we see today. He was his brother’s driver, the quartermaster sourcing deadly material and the munitions technician in those months running up to the attack: ” During his police interview, he professed not only his innocence but his desire to help police with their enquiries before then refusing to answer all further questions put to him. Then at his trial, he offered no testimony in his own defence.

“In the last few weeks Abedi absented himself from court, such was the contempt he showed for the proceedings and all those so deeply affected by this cowardly act: ” We are very pleased at this verdict and we thank the jury for their deliberations: ” And so this verdict marks the end of a very long investigation by police and the CPS and we know many will welcome it, but we also know that even this will do little to ease the pain caused to so many people: ” When this happened almost three years ago it shook Manchester deeply, there was an outpouring of grief which spread across the country and far afield abroad………..” Since that terrible day, our thoughts have always been with the families of those murdered and all those injured and our actions have sought to put them first………….This will continue to be our priority as we move towards the public inquiry scheduled to take place in a few months.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………………..Published: Mar.18: 2020:

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(BANGLADESH) #NewsReportersWithoutBorders (RSF) Report: Calls on the authorities to ensure that Shafiqul Kajol, a journalist who has been missing for the past week, is found as quickly as possible and that a criminal defamation complaint against him and two other journalists is dropped at once #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.17: A photojournalist and editor of the Dhaka-based Bangla-language biweekly Pakkhakal, Shafiqul Islam Kajol left his home to go to his office at around 3 p.m. on 10 March. His family has not heard from him since then. That evening, they discovered that his two mobile phones had been turned off: His son, Monorom Polok, told RSF that the family reported him missing in an initial complaint (known as a “general diary” in Bangladesh) that they filed the next day at Chawkbazar police station, the one responsible for the district where they live.

After the police reported on 15 March that they had found CCTV footage showing Kajol leaving his office at 7 p.m., his son tried to follow up the initial missing report with a more formal complaint yesterday so that the police would begin an official investigation: But the general inspector at Chawkbazar police station told him that he could not handle the case because the CCTV footage was not from his district. And Newmarket police station, which covers the area where Kajol’s office is located, said they could not handle the case because Kajol does not live in their district. As a result, the investigation is stalled.

“It is intolerable that the Dhaka police are treating Shafiqul Islam Kajol’s disappearance in such a careless manner, said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “We urge home affairs minister Asaduzzaman Khan to do everything possible to ensure that he is found as quickly as possible or else Khan will be held responsible for anything that happens to him. 

Bastard added: “Various circumstances indicate that he was abducted in connection with his work as a journalist, especially the absurd defamation complaint brought against him just before he went missing.”

Draconian provisions: The day before he disappeared, Kajol learned that he and 31 other people, including Matiur Rahman Chowdhury, the editor of the daily newspaper Manabzamin, and one of Chowdhury’s reporters known as Al-Amin, are the subject of a criminal defamation complaint in which they are all facing the possibility of a 14-year jail sentence.

Brought by ruling party MP, Saifuzzaman Shikhor under the Digital Security Act, the complaint accuses them of publishing “false, fabricated and defamatory news” about the alleged involvement of well-known figures in a female escort service at a luxury Dhaka hotel.

The Daily Star quoted Chowdhury as saying: “We did not mention anyone’s name in our report. So there is no scope of defaming anyone.”

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