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BREAKING: Unitary proposals are submitted to central government

The final proposal for a unitary authority in Oxfordshire has been submitted to central government today, Thursday.

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Police outside the Palace of Westminster, London. Picture: PA

LIVE THURSDAY: Hero police officer and woman who died named after Westminster terror attack, eight arrested in raids across UK

Four people have died in the Westminster terror attack including the police officer who was stabbed and his attacker

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Parliament on lock down: Aylesbury MP David Lidington says to house “There has been a serious incident”

Parliament on lock down: Aylesbury MP David Lidington says to house “There has been a serious incident”

Aylesbury MP David Lidington has addressed the House of Commons following a ‘serious incident’ on Westminster Bridge this afternoon.

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Thames Water: “We deeply regret” pumping sewage into waterways

Thames Water has issued the following statement after being fined £19.75 million plus costs in Aylesbury Crown Court for offences at six facilities in the Thames Valley during the period 2012-14.

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Thames Water fined more than £20MILLION for pumping human waste into our waterways

Thames Water fined more than £20MILLION for pumping human waste into our waterways

Thames Water has been fined more than £20million for pumping human waste into the River Thames and its tributaries. This morning Judge Francis Sherridan at Aylesbury Crown Court handed down a huge fine of £20,361,140 to the firm for the breaches which have had a devastating environmental impact on our waterways and streams.

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Potholes ! 

Mill Road in Waterlooville - very dangerous potholes litter the length of the road 

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£11million to be spent on county roads and pavements - tell us how you think it should be spent

More than £11 million is set to be spent on much needed improvements to our roads this year.

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Launch of Armed Forces day tickets - at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Launch of this year’s Armed Forces event

An event was held at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury on Friday to start the countdown to this year’s Armed Forces Day celebrations.

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Thames Valley Police’s eBay page sells confiscated items - including drills and toothbrushes

Thames Valley Police’s eBay page sells confiscated items - including drills and toothbrushes

A range of items can be bought in auction on the Thames Valley Police eBay page - from drill bits to toothbrushes.

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Enough hidden salt in shopping baskets for 130 bags of ready salted

Enough hidden salt in shopping baskets for 130 bags of ready salted

Alarming amounts of salt are lurking in our shopping baskets - and it’s costing thousands of lives a year, warns new research.

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WATCH: Radio controlled cars tow full size Toyota Hilux in Bicester

These powerful remote controlled cars have shown that size does not always matter by pulling along a huge 4x4 off-road pickup truck in a PR stunt in Bicester.

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The Romanian crime gang

Crime gang jailed over high-end thefts including in Bicester Village and Milton Keynes

Members of a crime gang set up camp and cycled to jewellers across England in a series of burglaries where they stole more than £3.1m of property.

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Ricky the rockhopper penguin - single and ready to mingle at Whipsnade Zoo

Ricky the rockhopper penguin - single and ready to mingle at Whipsnade Zoo

ZSL London Zoo’s famous resident rockhopper penguin (Eudyptes moseleyi) is making a move to its sister site, ZSL Whipsnade Zoo - in the hope of finding a mate.

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Suspects wanted for questioning in connection with Brackley scrap metal theft

Suspects wanted for questioning in connection with Brackley scrap metal theft

The police want to speak with the two men pictured in the CCTV images in connection with the theft of scrap metal in Brackley.

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Special report: Children tucking into lunchboxes with double their daily sugar intake

Special report: Children tucking into lunchboxes with double their daily sugar intake

Children are tucking into lunchboxes containing more than double their daily sugar intake, a study has found.

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Dog owners given new guidelines on what to do with countryside poo

Dog owners given new guidelines on what to do with countryside poo

The Forestry Commission is urging dog walkers to change their method of dealing with poo in the countryside.

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Tesco recalls popular ready meal over allergy fears

Tesco recalls ready meal which was packed with different dish

Tesco is recalling a popular ready meal over an allergy risk after it was packed with a different dish.

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Product recall

Children’s toy recalled over safety fears

Smyths Toys Stores has recalled a popular product amid safety fears.

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Simple trick that can slash your SKY TV bill

Simple trick that can slash your SKY TV bill

Want to save £139 a year on your Sky TV subscription with a single click of a button?

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And the research shows it is women who suffer more stress than men in their lives.

Revealed: Which sex gets more stressed over “every key life event”

New research has determined which sex gets more stressed over “every key life event” - from losing their smartphone to Brexit.

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A massive articulated lorry arrived for an overnight stay on the farm. Picture copyright Heather Jan Brunt

FARMING MATTERS: Overnight stop for articulated lorry

My husband and I were out late recently to welcome the livestock haulier, who had arrived to spend the night in his massive three tier articulated truck in preparation for a 6am start. Michael Brett expertly manoeuvred the 45 foot trailer plus tractor unit into our yard and showed me the inside of the impressive cab. It’s fitted out with a night heater, two bunks, a fridge freezer, television and all mod cons.

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