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Millwall and Montenegro goalkeeper Matija Sarkic dies aged 26 | UK News

Millwall and Montenegro goalkeeper Matija Sarkic has died at the age of 26, the club has announced.

A statement said the club “is completely devastated to announce” the death of Sarkic, who made 33 appearances for the Lions since he joined from Wolverhampton Wanderers in August last year.

“A Montenegro international, Matija proudly represented his country on numerous occasions,” it said.

“Everyone at the club sends their love and condolences to Matija’s family and friends at this immensely sad time.”

Sarkic last played 10 days ago, on 5 June against Belgium for Montenegro in a friendly.

He won eight caps for his country and played for other English clubs including Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Stoke City and Wigan.

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Kirstie Allsopp’s father, Baron Hindlip, dies aged 83 | UK News

Kirstie Allsopp has paid tribute to her father after he died on Wednesday evening.

Former Christie’s auction house chairman and businessman Charles Henry Allsopp, the sixth Baron Hindlip, passed away at his home “surrounded by love, flowers and photographs” at the age of 83.

His daughter Kirstie – presenter of Location, Location, Location – shared a picture of her father on Instagram on Friday morning.

She wrote: “This is my Dad, Charlie Hindlip, he was a great auctioneer, the best of his generation, an artist, a gardener, a father of four, and grandfather of eight, a loving husband to a wife he lost too soon.

“He was a real star, he worked hard, played hard and went further than anyone ever expected.

“He died at home yesterday, surrounded by love, flowers and photographs, in a house he built, looking out over a stunning garden he created from scratch.

“I have been so proud to be his daughter all my life, and will be until the day I die. Bless you Dad, we loved you so much.”

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Baron Hindlip was born in 1940 and was educated at Eton College before joining the British Army in 1959, serving in the Coldstream Guards for three years.

He subsequently joined Christie’s where he worked in New York as general manager before returning to London where he was director of Christie, Manson & Woods from 1970, deputy chairman from 1985 and chairman from 1986 to 1996, when he took over as chairman of Christie’s International until 2002.

The baron, whose wife died in 2014, is survived by four children: Kirstie, Sofie, Natasha and Henry.

Line Of Duty actor Brian McCardie dies aged 59 | Ents & Arts News

Line Of Duty actor Brian McCardie has died aged 59, his family has confirmed.

Best known for playing mafia boss John Thomas ‘Tommy’ Hunter in the police procedural, he had also recently joined the cast of Outlander prequel, Blood Of My Blood.

His sister confirmed his death on X, writing: “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Brian James McCardie, beloved son, brother, uncle and dear friend to so many.

“Brian passed away suddenly at home on Sunday 28th April. A wonderful and passionate actor on stage and screen, Brian loved his work and touched many lives, and is gone much too soon.

“We love him and will miss him greatly; please remember Brian in your thoughts.”

She said funeral arrangements would be announced in the days ahead.

No cause of death was given.

McCardie’s agent, United Agents, paid tribute on social media, writing: “We are shocked and so deeply saddened by the tragic news of Brian McCardie’s sudden death.

“He was an actor of such great talent who we were lucky to represent, and our thoughts are very much with his family and friends at this difficult time.”

Producer Paul Larkin posted on social media, saying he was “shocked and devastated” to learn of McCardie’s death, adding: “Brian was a brilliant friend and we had many discussions about mental health issues where he was a fantastic help to me. As well as that; he was a phenomenal actor. Sleep tight Brother.”

Writer Alec Bowman Clarke said he was “saddened” by the news, and wrote: “I spoke to him a few times about projects & always found him genuine, passionate, generous & funny. I wrote a part for him in a future project.”

With a career stretching over three decades, McCardie had appeared in numerous TV shows over the years – but it was his role in Line Of Duty for which he was best known.

One of the show’s original characters, despite Tommy Hunter meeting a violent end in series two, the character went on to been mentioned in both series three and and series five.

A Scottish actor, McCardie appeared in an episode of Outlander, playing Sir Marcus MacRannoch, before being cast as the chief of Clan Grant in the forthcoming Outlander prequel.

The show, which centres around the lives of Outlander character Jamie Fraser’s parents, is currently filming in Scotland according to Starz network.

He starred opposite Sean Bean in the 2021 BBC prison drama Time and in Irvine Welsh’s TV series Crime in the same year.

He also appeared in Sky Atlantic’s Domina, set in Ancient Rome playing Roman statesman Cicero.

His film appearances included Rob Roy, Irvine Welsh’s Filth and the thriller Low Winter Sun alongside Mark Strong.

Warwick Davis’s wife Samantha dies aged 53 | Ents & Arts News

Samantha Davis, the wife of Star Wars and Harry Potter actor Warwick Davis, has died aged 53.

Samantha co-founded the dwarfism charity Little People UK and featured in the final Harry Potter film, alongside Warwick.

Warwick announced the news in a statement shared to the BBC, revealing she had died on 24 March.

“Her passing has left a huge hole in our lives as a family. I miss her hugs.

“She was a unique character, always seeing the sunny side of life she had a wicked sense of humour and always laughed at my bad jokes.”

He added that she was his “most trusted confidant and an ardent supporter of everything I did in my career”.

Their two children together, Annabelle and Harrison, also paid tribute to their mother, saying: “Her love and happiness carried us through our whole lives.

“Mum is our best friend and we’re honoured to have received a love like hers.”

The couple met on the set of George Lucas’s film Willow and married three years later in 1991.

(L-R) Harrison Davis, Warwick Davis, Samantha Davis and Annabelle Davis at the screening of Disney+ series Willow in 2022. Pic: PA
(L-R) Harrison Davis, Warwick Davis, Samantha Davis and Annabelle Davis at the screening of Disney+ series Willow in 2022. Pic: PA

Samantha also played a goblin in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 while her husband played both Professor Flitwick and the goblin Griphook in all eight films in the franchise.

Annabelle, 27, has followed in her parents’ acting footsteps, starring in CBBC’s The Dumping Ground and Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks.

Warwick starred as the titular hero Willow Ufgood in the 1988 original film Willow and reprised the role for the 2022 sequel.

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He also played several characters in the Star Wars film series.

Samantha and Warwick co-founded Little People UK in 2012 to help individuals with dwarfism and their families.

Gogglebox star George Gilbey has died aged 40 | Ents & Arts News

Gogglebox star George Gilbey has died aged 40, a spokesperson for the show said.

The reality star appeared on the Channel 4 series alongside his mother Linda McGarry and stepfather Pete McGarry, who died aged 71 in 2021.

He also appeared on the 14th series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2014, reaching the final.

George Gilbey. Pic: Shutterstock
George Gilbey. Pic: Shutterstock

Gilbey reportedly died following an accident at work on Wednesday.

A spokesperson for the show said: “George was part of the Gogglebox family for eight series alongside his mum Linda and stepdad Pete.

“Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Linda and George’s family and friends at this very sad time. The family has asked for privacy.”

Essex Police said they were called to an incident in Shoebury in Southend-on-Sea on Wednesday.

A spokesperson for the force said: “We received a report of an incident at Campfield Road in Shoebury at around 10am this morning (27 March), during which a man who was working at height had fallen and sustained an injury.

“The ambulance service including air ambulance were in attendance. Sadly, the man died at the scene.

“We will continue liaising with partners including the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

“A cordon remains in place at the scene.”

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Gilbey joined the award-winning programme in its second series in 2013 before he and his family were dropped in 2014 after he signed up for Celebrity Big Brother. The family later returned to the series.

The reality star from Essex appeared on the then-Channel 5 reality show alongside celebrities including The Hills star Stephanie Pratt and American actor Gary Busey, who won the series.

Gilbey’s representatives and the HSE have been approached for comment.

Two boys, both aged 15, arrested on suspicion of murder over fatal stabbing of 16-year-old in Bristol | UK News

Two boys, both aged 15, have been arrested on suspicion of murder over the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old boy in Bristol on Wednesday evening.

The 16-year-old, who has not been named, was attacked in the St Philips area, in Rawnsley Park.

He ran to Stapleton Road – where a driver helped him – before he collapsed on West Street.

Ambulances were called but he died at the scene, police said.

General view of Rawnsley Park near to the scene in the St Philips area of Bristol where a 16-year-old boy died after being stabbed.
Rawnsley Park where a 16-year-old boy died. Pic: PA

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Supt Mark Runacres, Avon and Somerset Police’s Bristol Commander, said: “The team investigating yesterday’s incident are working around the clock to bring those responsible to justice.

“This evening (Thursday), two 15-year-old boys were arrested in connection with the investigation and they have been taken to police custody where they will be questioned.

“Our collective thoughts are with the victim’s family and loved ones during what is undoubtedly a very difficult time.

“Specialist family liaison officers have been assigned to the family to provide them with support and keep them updated on the investigation.”

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Avon and Somerset Police said earlier that the tragedy was “a stark reminder of the horrific impact knife crime has on our communities”.

Marvin Rees, the mayor of Bristol, said his thoughts were with the victim’s family.

Posting on X, he said: “This needs to stop. We will make every effort to support the family, the police and local community at this time.”

The victim has not yet been officially identified and a post-mortem to determine the cause of death is due to take place, police added.

In the aftermath of the killing, police in the city have been given extra stop and search powers until 5pm tomorrow, but this could be extended.

Rochdale: Four boys aged between 12 and 14 arrested on suspicion of rape | UK News

Four boys aged between 12 and 14 have been arrested on suspicion of rape in Rochdale.

Police were called to reports of a rape in Newbold at around 6pm on Saturday, Greater Manchester Police said.

Four suspects, aged 12, 13, 14, and 14, were arrested and remain in police custody.

The victim is being supported by specialist police officers and a crime scene remains in place, the force added.

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Wales rugby legend JPR Williams dies aged 74 | UK News

Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby legend JPR Williams has died aged 74, his former club has announced.

He played a big part in Wales’ success in the 1970s – helping them to three Grand Slams – and featured on the triumphant Lions tours to New Zealand in 1971 and 1974 in South Africa.

The former fullback, instantly recognisable with his low socks and long sideburns, also played for Bridgend, London Welsh and the Barbarians.

It was while playing for the Barbarians in 1973 against New Zealand that he was involved in what is widely regarded as the “greatest try ever scored” – a stunning 22-second blitz from one end of the field to another ending in a try by Gareth Edwards.

“Bridgend Ravens are devastated to announce the passing of JPR Williams,” the club said in a statement.

“One of Bridgend’s most decorated players and an icon of world rugby, JPR served the club most recently as club president.

“Our thoughts are with JPR’s family and friends at this sad time.”

Rugby legend JPR Williams waves as he stands in the Royal Box after being introduced on Centre Court on day six of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, Saturday, July 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
Rugby legend JPR Williams, pictured in July last year. Pic: AP

Welsh International full back JPR Williams, who has become their mosted capped player with 54 caps. Williams first played for the national side in 1969.

The British and Irish Lions described Williams as “one of the greatest ever Lions”.

“A man who inspired so many. It is with huge sadness to learn that JPR Williams has passed away at the age of 74. All our thoughts are with his family and friends. Rest in Peace,” they wrote in a post on X.

Irish Rugby said Williams was a “true legend of the game”.

“A joy to watch on the field and a gentleman off it. Rest in peace, JPR Williams. Our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family,” they said in a post on X.

Rugby star and surgeon

Born John Peter Rhys Williams in Bridgend, South Wales, in 1949, JPR as he would later become known, was the son of two GPs.

He initially shared his time as a schoolboy between rugby and tennis – at one point winning a British junior title at Wimbledon in 1966.

It was his decision to pursue a career in medicine that would eventually lead JPR to choose rugby over tennis – because the sport was amateur at the time and so allowed him to continue his education and train at the same time.

British Lions winger J.P.R. Williams gets his foot to the ball despite the efforts of Springbok Chris Pope in the test match at Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria, June 22, 1974. (AP Photo)
JPR Williams playing for the British and Irish Lions against South Africa in 1974. Pic: AP

He was awarded his first of 55 caps for Wales against Scotland in 1969 – at the start of what would be Wales’s second golden era of rugby.

With players like Edwards, Barry John, and Phil Bennett, Wales dominated much of the 1970s, with Williams helping the side to Grand Slam wins in 1971, 1976, and 1978.

Welsh rugby legends Gareth Edwards (left) and JPR Williams in the gardens of Buckingham Palace where they attended a Royal garden party to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme.
Welsh rugby legends Gareth Edwards (left) and JPR Williams in 2006

He was also a member of six Triple Crown-winning teams throughout the period and won eight caps for the Lions.

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At the same time, Williams continued his career in medicine, qualifying as a physician in 1973.

JPR, who was awarded an MBE for services to rugby in 1977, retired from international rugby in 1981 to focus on his work as an orthopaedic surgeon.

JPR Williams, the Welsh international rugby star, Tommy Smith, the Liverpool soccer player, and tennis star Roger Taylor at Buckingham Palace after receiving their MBE s.
JPR Williams (left) was awarded an MBE in 1977

However, he continued to play for club side Bridgend through the 1980s and 1990s, before joining Tondu where he remained until retiring in 2003.

Speaking about his mixing work and rugby, he told WalesOnline in 2019: “I was happy with my career as a surgeon and happy with my experiences in rugby.

“I was lucky to play for Wales when I did. I was surrounded by great players, who undoubtedly helped me become the player I was. And I enjoyed my club rugby, too.”

Camila Batmanghelidjh: Kids Company charity founder dies aged 61 | UK News

Camila Batmanghelidjh, who founded the high-profile Kids Company charity, and was a well-known campaigner for disadvantaged youngsters, has died aged 61.

Born in Iran, Batmanghelidjh rose to prominence in the UK after setting up Kids Company in south London in the 1990s to provide support for children in poverty.

The charity collapsed in 2015 amid allegations of financial mismanagement and sexual abuse. It had already received a substantial grant for the year and was handed another £3m despite it being deemed not value for money.

Police later investigated the allegations, and found no evidence of wrongdoing.

Despite the charity’s closure, Batmanghelidjh continued to work with vulnerable families and collaborated with other charities including Oasis Community Learning, now one of the largest multi-academy trusts in England.

Batmanghelidjh had many accolades and was named one of the 100 most powerful women in the UK in a list including JK Rowling and Theresa May by BBC Radio 4.

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Two men, aged 60 and 61, arrested by counter terror police over ULEZ camera explosion | UK News

Two men have been arrested by officers investigating an explosion in which a ULEZ camera and surrounding property were damaged.

Officers from the Metropolitan Police’s Counter Terrorism Command arrested a 60-year-old and a 61-year-old over the incident in Sidcup, southeast London.

They are being held on suspicion of conspiracy to cause an explosion likely to endanger life or property, with the 61-year-old also arrested on suspicion of criminal damage.

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Nobody was injured in the explosion but vehicles and a property were damaged.

The camera had been installed on the road on 6 December and was cut down later in the day, one and a half hours before it blew up.

A low-sophistication improvised explosive device caused the blast, police said.

Detective Chief Superintendent Trevor Lawry said: “The explosion could easily have had far more harmful consequences, and today’s arrests highlight just how seriously the Met is treating the incident.

“My local officers are continuing to work with and support the Counter Terrorism Command who are leading the investigation due to their specialism in dealing with incidents involving the use of explosives.”

Both men remain in custody as searches are ongoing at two addresses in Sidcup and Horsham, West Sussex.

After the incident, a spokesman for the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “This grotesquely irresponsible behaviour puts both lives and property at risk.”

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