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4th December 2019

A POLICE investigation into a robbery in Denia led to the bust of a crime gang operating
all over the province.  Police have linked the organisation to more than 30 cases of
house break-ins and violent thefts in areas of Alicante

Spanish Big Brother has come under fire after it emerged one of the show's contestants
was shown distressing footage of her alleged sexual assault in the diary room.

With more migrants arriving on the beach in Gran Canaria............More than 27,000
migrants have arrived in Spain this year, less than half the number from the year before,
according to the Interior Ministry.

After the London Bridge terror attack........The Imam of the mosque where London
Bridge attacker Usman Khan worshipped as a boy has condemned the killer and said his
prayers are with the victims and their families.

Jeremy Corbyn said  that convicted terrorists should 'not necessarily' have to serve the
entirety of their prison sentences.

Mr Johnson said scrapping early release from prison for terrorists would have stopped
the attack from happening.

A former prison governor who wrote a major review on Islamic extremism in jails said he
warned the government that inmates such as London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan were
being treated with 'jaw-dropping naivety',

Prince Andrew faced fresh humiliation last night as it was revealed he sent an
email to Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell at 5.50am to let her
know he had 'specific questions' about Virginia Roberts in 2015

With a name like Mr Men, it was only a matter of time before the much-loved series of
children’s books would be accused of sexism.  

When it comes to the essentials in life, no one does it better than the Danes. They might not have the
museums of France, the cuisine of Italy, the beaches of Spain and Portugal, or the wine of Croatia, but
the overall quality of life in this Scandinavian country is tops in the world.