Friend who ran from Lawrence murder says police should DROP the hunt for Stephen's killers and spend the money on other crimesDuwayne Brooks says money should be spent solving other murder cases The 19-year string of inquiries estimated to have cost up to 50million By Anna Edwards PUBLISHED: 08:56 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:56 GMT, 20 April 2013 Duwayne Brooks says that money should be spent investigating other murder cases The friend of murdered Stephen Lawrence, who managed to escape a gang of youths after they stabbed the A Level pupil, says that the hunt for the killers should be dropped. Duwayne Brooks, 38, who fled after a gang of racist thugs began attacking him and Stephen, says that it is time for police to abandon their search for the three other killers after two of the yobs were jailed for life last year
Young woman, 20, knocked down and killed at accident blackspot where her uncle had been campaigning for a crossing for ten years Vicki Woodbridge was killed as she crossed a busy road in Swanley Her uncle Robert Woodbridge is a councillor for Swanley Town Council He campaigned for more than 10 years for the speed limit to be reduced PUBLISHED: 15:00 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:44 GMT, 7 February 2013 Vicki Woodbridge, 20, who died after she was hit by a car in Swanley The uncle of a woman who was knocked down and killed at an accident blackspot campaigned for the road to be made safer for more than a decade. Vicki Woodbridge, 20, was crossing the busy London Road, in Swanley, Kent, on January 30, when she was hit. She was rushed to King's College Hospital, in central London, where she was put on a life support machine but died the following day from serious head injuries
Primary school's entire governing body forced to resign after spending 6,000 of public funds on headteacher's farewell BBQ Governing body resigned over 'financial irregularity' relating to the partyVicar Rev Brian Stephen Senior among ten governors who stepped downSurprise party marked end of Keith Marden's 25-year tenure as head | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 14 December 2012 Enlarge Farewell: Headteacher Keith Marden said he had nothing to do with the organising of his farewell party that cost 6,000 The entire governing body of a poorly performing school that blew 6,000 of its budget on a headteacher's leaving party has resigned over 'financial irregularity'. Parents and politicians condemned the decision to use money from the ailing budget at Sherwood Park Community Primary School in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, on the summer send-off for Keith Marden
Schoolgirl's mother facing 30,000 clean-up after 15th birthday got out of control could now be charged for breach of the peace Police say they're considering charges against Esther Hine after her daughter's house party advertised on Facebook attracted 800 youngstersThe damage to five-bedroom semi could cost up to 30,000 to repairFormer councillor Mrs Hine says damage to her home is uninsuredShe was warned by school staff who saw social media invite two weeks ago | UPDATED: 15:12 GMT, 11 December 2012 The mother of the teenage girl whose home was trashed after 800 people turned up to the birthday party she advertised on Facebook could be prosecuted, police said today. Essex Police said they were considering bringing charges against former councillor Esther Hine for breaching the peace and for allowing underage drinking in her home
Welcome to Hampshire boyo: Locals shocked after Welsh road signs appear in English town | UPDATED: 01:10 GMT, 2 December 2012 Drivers in an English town were amazed when road hazard signs appeared in Welsh. They warned of a skid risk, but because they were in Welsh residents of Andover in Hampshire were at a loss to understand them. It was only by peering closely they could see an English translation underneath.