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Violent crime soars by 18 per cent as warnings raised on falling police numbers

Violent crime soars by 18 per cent as warnings raised on falling police numbers in 2017. THE nation is in the grip of a surge in violent crime, figures have revealed. Shocking statistics show that offenses of violence have soared by 18 per cent in just 12 months. They come as a separate report showed the number of police officers has fallen to its lowest level since 1985. Steve White, chairman of the Police Federation which represents rank and file officers, said: “What more of a wake-up call does the government need? “Officer numbers are dropping consistently every year yet our members are having to deal with not only more crimes but the most unimaginable atrocities such as those in Westminster, Manchester and London Bridge.
Violent crimes up 18% as the number of police officers has fallen to its lowest level since 1985 “Particularly worrying is the drop in the front line and neighbourhood officers when we all know that community policing is fundamental in tackling both traditional c…

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New coronavirus cases in mainland China fall to lowest since January

Mainland China had 327 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections on Thursday, the country's National Health Commission said on Friday, down from 433 cases a day earlier and the lowest since Jan. 23.

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Quebec's first probable case of COVID-19 detected, health minister says

Quebec Health Minister Danielle McCann says the first case of COVID-19 has been detected in a patient who recently returned from a trip to Iran.

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RCMP acknowledges using facial recognition technology, but won't say where

The RCMP has for the first time acknowledged using controversial facial recognition technology that has raised privacy concerns, saying it was used in the Mounties' efforts to crack down on online child sexual abuse. 

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Road schemes may face Heathrow-style court action

Environmentalists could try to block new road plans if they fail to take climate targets into account.

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West Midlands to get access to ultrafast home broadband

The West Midlands gigabit switch-on is the largest in the UK, says Virgin Media, but comes at a price.

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Protecting whales from the noise people make in the ocean

Oil drilling and construction is creating a din for sealife - new tech is hoping to turn the volume down.

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Learning difficulties 'link to brain connections'

After scanning 479 children's brains, researchers found they were organised in multiple "hubs".

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New on SI: Report: Ex-LSU TE Thaddeus Moss Found to Have Broken Foot at Combine

Thaddeus Moss, the son of Randy Moss, will need foot surgery after discovering a broken bone in his foot.FormerLSU tight end Thaddeus Moss's medical exam at the 2020 NFL combine revealed the tight end had a fracture in his right foot that will require surgery, according to ESPN's Jeff Legwold. Moss, son of legendary NFL WR Randy Moss, went through the NFL combine's medical examination on Tuesday where doctors discovered he had a fracture to his fifth metatarsal bone. The recovery time for the expected procedure usually lasts between six to eight weeks, meaning Moss should be ready for the start of his rookie season.The former Tiger is the No. 7 overall TE on Sports Illustrated's Kevin Hanson's latest Big Board.Moss started his NCAA career at NC State where he had just six receptions for 49 yards as a freshman in 2016.He then sat out 2017 due to transfer rules and missed the 2018 season due after needing multiples surgeries to repair a fracture in his left foot. Mos…

Coca-Cola has decided to expand their drink horizons with sparkling water, so we tried it!

Coca-Cola has taken things to a new height with AHA Sparkling Water, and naturally the USA Today Video team wanted to compare their favorite, LaCroix.

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British police issue safety warning over Greta Thunberg rally

Police have issued a safety warning over a climate protest rally in the southwestern city of Bristol on Friday which will be addressed by teenage activist Greta Thunberg.

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