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Christian Horner: Formula 1 boss’s accuser appeals decision to clear Red Bull boss of misconduct | UK News

The female employee suspended by Red Bull has appealed against the decision to clear team principal Christian Horner of misconduct following allegations of inappropriate behaviour, according to the PA news agency.

After an investigation, Red Bull dismissed the complainant’s grievances in February, meaning Horner was allowed to remain in his role within the team.

But the employee has now lodged a formal appeal with the F1 team’s Austrian parent company Red Bull GmbH.

Sky Sports News reported the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) – which governs F1 – is also evaluating an inquiry relating to allegations by Horner’s accuser.

The employee, who is believed to have reported in for work in Milton Keynes, was told she acted dishonestly and is understood to have been suspended on full pay.

She also received a legal letter, which gave her five working days to appeal against the outcome of the investigation.

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Christian Horner hand-in-hand with wife Geri

Horner, 50, who has always denied the claims made against him, was allowed to continue in his role when GmbH cleared him of any wrongdoing.

When questioned about it on 7 March, ahead of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in Jeddah, Horner said: “There’s been a lot of coverage surrounding this.

“One has to go back to the basis. A grievance was raised, it was fully investigated and it was dismissed. We move onwards.”

“It has been of great interest in different elements of the media for different reasons,” he added.

“I think it’s time to draw a line under it. And to focus on what is going on the track.”

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He said the investigation had been a “very trying period” for him and his family, including his wife, former Spice Girl Geri Horner.

“My wife has been phenomenally supportive through this, as has my family, but the intrusion on my family is now enough, and we need to move forward and focus on what we are here for,” he said.

Sky News has contacted Red Bull Racing for comment.

Israel-Hamas war: Met Police appeals for footage or images of attack after British citizens confirmed dead | UK News

The Metropolitan Police has appealed for footage or images of last weekend’s attack in Israel after a number of British citizens were confirmed dead in the country.

The force’s counter-terrorism unit is “appealing for anyone in the UK who has direct evidence related to the terrorist attacks”.

It added: “This appeal is directed at anyone who may have already returned from Israel in the past few days.

“There may also be people in the UK who have friends, relatives or loved ones in Israel and have been sent direct messages, images or videos.

“UK nationals are among those who were killed or are missing.

“Specialist officers are in close contact with colleagues in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) to act upon information about UK nationals being received.”

The police are discouraging people from sending them footage or information from social media, online sources and media reports.

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Cleverly runs for cover in Israel

Seventeen British nationals, including children, are feared to have been killed or are missing in the country, Sky News understands.

Four British men have been confirmed to have died as a result of the incursion.

Jake Marlowe, a security guard at the Supernova music festival raided by Hamas over the weekend, was confirmed dead today.

Jake Marlowe working as a security guard in southern Israel
Jake Marlowe was working as a security guard in southern Israel

The 26-year-old’s parents, Lisa and Michael Marlowe, said: “We are heartbroken to have to inform you the crushing news that our son Jake has been confirmed dead in southern Israel.”

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The three others of those known to have died are Israeli army member Nathanel Young, Bernard Cowan from Scotland, and photographer Dan Darlington.

Hamas launched the attack on Saturday morning, indiscriminately firing thousands of rockets from Gaza into Israel.

After its militants crossed the border, on foot and using various modes of transport – including several on paragliders – Israel retaliated with air strikes in the Gaza Strip.

Since the initial assault, at least 1,200 Israelis and 1,100 Palestinians have been killed.