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Bournemouth beach killing: Man, 20, arrested after personal trainer stabbed to death | UK News

A 20-year-old man from London has been arrested after a woman was stabbed to death on a beach in Bournemouth.

Police launched a murder investigation after Amie Gray, 34, a personal trainer and women’s head coach at Dorset Futsal Club, was killed on Friday night.

Another woman, 38, and also from Poole, suffered serious injuries and is still being treated in hospital.

Police at the scene of the Bournemouth beach where Amie Gray was murdered
Police at the scene of the Bournemouth beach where Amie Gray was murdered

Officers were called to reports that two women had been stabbed on Durley Chine Beach at around 11.45pm on Friday.

After a manhunt, Dorset Police worked with colleagues in London to arrest the 20-year-old man, from the Croydon area, on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.

Woman stabbed to death on beach in Bournemouth
A cordoned off area at the beach where the women were stabbed

Detective Superintendent Richard Dixey, of the force’s major crime investigation team, said: “The investigation has progressed at speed over recent days, which has now led to an arrest being made in London.

“Officers from Dorset Police intelligence and firearms teams worked together with colleagues from the Metropolitan Police to carry out the arrest.

“We are continuing to update the loved ones of the woman who tragically died, as well as the victim in hospital, with all the latest developments and our thoughts remain with them.

“I would like to thank everyone so far who has provided information and reiterate my appeal for any witnesses who have not already come forward to please contact Dorset Police.

“The enhanced visible policing presence in the area will remain in place and we would continue to strongly encourage anyone with concerns to please not hesitate to speak to any officer who will be able to listen and provide appropriate advice.”

A police sign at the scene of the fatal stabbing at Durley Chine Beach in Bournemouth. Pic: PA
A police sign at the scene of the fatal stabbing at Durley Chine Beach in Bournemouth. Pic: PA

Dorset Futsal Club, where Ms Gray, according to her Facebook page, was women’s head coach, paid tribute to her.

“The club has received some truly devastating news,” it read.

“We cannot put this into words at this time and as a mark of respect to all those affected, we will not be posting anything new for the foreseeable future.”

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The club also changed its profile pictures to a plain black background.

The beach where the stabbing took place is one of Bournemouth’s most popular, according to Visit Dorset, and is located west of the town’s pier.

Nicki Minaj arrested at Netherlands airport hours before Co-op Live show in Manchester | Ents & Arts News

Music star Nicki Minaj has been arrested at an airport in the Netherlands hours before she was due to perform in front of thousands of fans at Co-op Live in Manchester.

The American rapper, 41, was detained at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport on suspicion of possession of soft drugs.

She was later released from custody just before 9pm but she will have to pay an undisclosed fine for “illegally exporting soft drugs from the Netherlands to another country”, Dutch police told Sky News.

In a series of social media posts on X and Instagram, Minaj earlier claimed police said they found drugs in her luggage after items were checked by customs.

She wrote on X that “they said they found weed”. She also claimed “they took my luggage without consent” and “they’re trying to keep me from MANCHESTER”.

The messages also included one where she wrote: “This is Amsterdam btw, where weed is legal.”

The star, whose hit songs include Starships, Super Bass and Anaconda, also filmed what appeared to be an airport official asking her to have her luggage checked.

Minaj later wrote: “It’s a 45 minute to an hour flight. So they’re probably trying to stall for about 4 hours.”

And she added: “Now they said I have to go 5 mins away to make a statement about my security to the police precinct.”

She has not posted on X since.

Asked about Minaj, Robert van Kapel, a spokesman for the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee military police, earlier told Sky News’ US partner network NBC News: “We can confirm that we have arrested a 41-year-old American woman at Schiphol Airport because of possession of soft drugs.”

The Co-op Live in Manchester. Pic: PA
The Co-op Live in Manchester. Pic: PA

It is unclear if Minaj’s show at Co-op Live has been affected.

A post on the venue’s X account said shortly after 5.15pm: “Please note that general admission and premium doors for tonight’s Nicki Minaj show will now open at 19:00.”

Connor Wynne, who is a fan of the singer, was in the front row and was hopeful he would see her perform tonight.

He told Sky News: “So the organisers… haven’t really told us anything at the moment, like what’s going on with it. But we’re waiting to find out if she’s going to come. We’re hopeful because we’ve all been let into the arena and it’s filling up nicely as well. And we’ve got a good space. So let’s pray and hope that she does arrive.”

Nicki Minaj fan, Connor Wynne
Connor Wynne, a Nicki Minaj fan, is at the arena tonight

As part of her Pink Friday World Tour, Minaj is due to perform in Birmingham on Sunday, followed by a concert at London’s O2 arena next Tuesday.

Then on Wednesday, she is due to play in Glasgow followed by a gig on Thursday, again at the Co-op Live in Manchester.

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The beleaguered £365m arena – the UK’s largest indoor entertainment venue – opened earlier this month after it was plagued by a series of problems.

There had been weeks of setbacks, cancellations and postponements, before live music finally got under way there on 14 May when Manchester rock band Elbow took to the stage.

The problems included part of the building’s ventilation and air conditioning system falling to the ground from the ceiling during a soundcheck in early May.

The 23,500-capacity venue was initially due to fully open with two Peter Kay stand-up shows on 23 and 24 April, but these dates were pushed back when problems emerged at a test event headlined by Ricky Astley.

The arena then planned for US rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie to open the arena on 1 May, but it was called off just over an hour before his performance and after doors had opened to fans – because the ventilation system became detached.

The ventilation issue meant scheduled performances by US pop star Olivia Rodrigo and British band Keane were postponed, while a series of shows by Take That were moved to the AO Arena in Manchester.

Boy, 14, arrested over terrorism offence | UK News

A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in London over a terrorism offence.

Police have said the investigation, led by the Met’s counter terrorism command, is related to extreme right-wing terrorist material.

The teenager was arrested on Wednesday at a west London address on suspicion of possessing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

He was later released on bail until August pending further inquiries.

Officers also carried out a search at an address in west London and inquiries remain ongoing.

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“This arrest is indicative of a continuing and concerning trend of young people being drawn into and involved in terrorist-related activity,” Dominic Murphy, head of the Met’s counter terrorism command, said.

He added that around a fifth of those arrested for terrorism offences last year were aged under 18.

Commander Murphy continued: “That is why it is so important for parents, friends and family to be looking out for any warning signs that a child might be getting drawn into extremism or terrorism and to ACT Early, by contacting us for advice and support before it is too late.”

Pro-Palestinian protests: Man arrested for carrying swastika placard and another held for racist remarks at London march | UK News

Two men have been arrested at a pro-Palestinian march in London, according to the Metropolitan Police.

One of the men was taken into custody for carrying a swastika emblazoned placard and another for an allegedly making racist remarks towards counter-protesters, police said.

The arrests come a week after a row erupted over a video that appeared to show a police officer preventing a counter-protester crossing a road near a pro-Palestinian march in London on 13 April.

On Saturday, thousands gathered for the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) demonstration in the capital on Saturday afternoon to call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

There was also a simultaneous static demonstration organised by pro-Israel group Enough is Enough, which took place along the route of the pro-Palestinian march.

Shortly before 1pm, Scotland Yard said officers had arrested a man carrying a swastika placard at Parliament Square, where the PSC march set off.

Pic: PA
Pic: PA

It later said another man was being held for shouting a “racist remark” towards Enough is Enough protesters on Pall Mall.

Chants of “Stop bombing Gaza, stop bombing children” were sung by the crowds and placards saying “Free Palestine, smash the racists” were displayed.

Speaking on stage at Hyde Park, Palestinian ambassador to the UK Husam Zomlot said: “Change will come, campus by campus, city by city, country by country.

“The tide is turning because this is a global movement for change, a global assertion of popular power, of people’s power.”

Pic: PA
Pic: PA

Protesters could be heard chanting the controversial slogan: “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free”.

Former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was among those holding banners at the front of the pro-Palestine protest.

The PSC march was the 13th national protest since the first was staged on 9 October, two days after the Hamas-led attack on Israel which claimed the lives of more than 1,200 people.

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Police said these protests have cost around £38.4m and required 44,722 officer shifts as well as 6,399 officer rest days to be cancelled.

Assistant Commissioner Matt Twist said the Met aimed to police “without fear or favour”, adding that protests in London had “been a particular cause of fear and uncertainty in Jewish communities”.

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He said the marches caused some Jewish people to stay away from the capital’s centre on protest days, avoid the Tube, hide their religion or otherwise change their behaviour.

A third demonstration organised by the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) was due to take place on Saturday from 12pm until 2pm but was cancelled.

The organisation said it cancelled the “walk together” event – expected to attract thousands of people – after receiving threats and identifying “hostile actors” who threatened the safety of Jews.

The latest protest in central London comes as student protests against Israel’s war in Gaza continue to spread across the US, following last week’s arrest of more than 100 demonstrators at Columbia University.

Kersal Wetlands: Two men arrested on suspicion of murder after human torso discovered in nature reserve | UK News

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a human torso was discovered at a nature reserve.

The remains – consisting of the bottom of the back, buttocks and thigh – was found in clear plastic by a passer-by at Kersal Dale Wetlands in Salford, Greater Manchester, on 4 April.

The victim is believed to be a white man over the age of 40, who had died a few days before the remains were found.

Two men, aged 42 and 68, from Salford, who are believed to be known to each other, were arrested on suspicion of murder on Thursday, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said.

The 42-year-old was arrested after officers stormed a bus in Eccles Old Road around midday, the force said.

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The other man was later arrested at an address in Worsley Road.

Officers had trawled through hundreds of hours of CCTV footage before making the arrests, GMP said.

Kersal Wetlands search: Pic: GMP
Hundreds of specialist officers were involved in the search. Pic: GMP

They had also deployed hundreds of specialist officers and scientists to search the Kersal Wetlands area.

A 20-year-old man previously arrested on suspicion of murder was later released on bail pending further inquiries.

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Detective Superintendent Lewis Hughes, of GMP’s Serious Crime Division, said the arrests were “a significant step” in their investigation and they will now question the men in custody which “could be key to finding answers”.

DS Hughes said: “At the centre of our efforts remains our victim. Our investigation is moving at pace and we are determined to identify him and find out how he has met this tragic outcome.

“This victim could be a father, brother, son, or cousin. He is a man over the age of 40, with white skin tone, believed to be European, and most likely had blonde or light brown hair and blue eyes.”

Fourth person arrested over small boat Channel crossing deaths | UK News

A fourth person has been arrested on suspicion of immigration offences after five migrants including a child died while trying to cross the Channel.

The 18-year-old from Sudan was arrested yesterday evening at Manston in Kent and is now in custody being questioned, a National Crime Agency statement said.

It added that a 19-year-old from Sudan initially detained on Tuesday evening had been released without charge and was now being dealt with by immigration authorities.

“Two other men, a 22-year-old Sudanese national and a 22-year-old from South Sudan arrested yesterday (24 April) continue to be held,” the statement added.

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wimereux map

It comes after a seven-year-old girl, a woman and three men died during the attempt to cross the English Channel on Tuesday.

A further 55 people believed to have been on board the boat have also been identified and will continue to be questioned by police in the next few days.

Craig Turner, deputy director of investigations for the National Crime Agency, said: “This tragic incident demonstrates the threat to life posed by these crossings and brings into focus why it is so important to target these criminal gangs involved in organising them.”

Sky News was told on Tuesday that around 50 people who had paid for a place on board the boat helped carry it down the beach in Wimereux, northern France, before getting to the waterfront.

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It was at this point that another group of people emerged and pushed their way on to the boat, threatening those on board.

It meant that a total of 112 people were on the boat that was only meant to safely accommodate 20 people.

According to the latest data from the UK government, a total of 402 migrants were detected crossing the Channel in seven small boats on Tuesday alone – an average of 57 people per boat.

From 17-22 April there were no detected crossings.

Enfield: Man arrested after police officer stabbed in north London | UK News

A man has been arrested after a police officer was stabbed in the shoulder in north London.

The Metropolitan Police said the officer had been responding to reports of a man with a knife in Mandeville Road, Enfield, on Tuesday afternoon.

A 30-year-old man was later arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the officer suffered a serious shoulder injury.

Other officers disarmed and detained the suspect and gave their colleague first aid treatment, which included using a tourniquet.

The injured officer was taken to hospital, where he is said said to be in a stable condition.

Assistant Commissioner Matt Jukes praised his “immense bravery”.

“Visiting him in hospital after he was injured, I was struck by his courage and humility,” he said.

“He didn’t want to talk about his own actions but to praise the professionalism of the police medic and other colleagues who provided him with vital first aid, and arrested the suspect.

“He was in good spirits and spoke with pride about the work his team do, protecting Londoners. And yesterday, he did just that – stepped forward to put himself between the public and a clearly dangerous individual.

“In doing so, he showed the best of the Met and reminded us of the daily challenges officers face while doing their duty to protect the public. The officer and the Met would also like to thank colleagues in the NHS for their care.

“The local community can be reassured that the incident was dealt with swiftly and that a thorough investigation is now underway.”

The suspect was injured during his arrest but has been discharged from hospital. The Met said the force’s directorate of professional standards have been informed, as is routine in the circumstances.

Man arrested on suspicion of murdering retired postmistress in 2013 | UK News

A man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of an 86-year-old retired postmistress, who was found dead in her bungalow 11 years ago.

Una Crown was found in a pool of blood and with her clothing burnt in her hallway in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Her death in 2013 was initially treated as an accident when she was found by emergency workers on 13 January, after family and neighbours became concerned for her welfare.

A murder investigation was launched four days later.

Cambridgeshire Police said a 69-year-old man from Wisbech had been arrested on suspicion of the murder of Ms Crown.

The force said the suspect, who was arrested on Monday morning, remains in custody at Thorpe Wood Police Station in Peterborough.

Man arrested after death of Gogglebox star George Gilbey is released under investigation | UK News

A man arrested in connection with the death of Gogglebox star George Gilbey has been released under investigation.

The man, who is in his 40s, was arrested on suspicion of gross negligence manslaughter in connection with Gilbey’s death on Thursday.

The 40-year-old star reportedly died following an accident at work on Wednesday.

Essex Police said: “As part of our ongoing investigation into the death of a man in Campfield Road, Shoebury, on Wednesday 27 March, a man aged in his 40s from the Witham area was arrested on suspicion of gross negligence manslaughter.

“He has now been released under investigation.

“This is a joint investigation with the Health and Safety Executive and our enquiries are ongoing.”

Police previously said they were called to an incident in Shoebury at around 10am on Wednesday after “a man who was working at height had fallen and sustained an injury”.

Gilbey was best known for appearing on the Channel 4 show alongside his mother Linda McGarry and stepfather Pete McGarry, who died in 2021 aged 71.

George Gilbey. Pic: Shutterstock
Reality star Gilbey. Pic: Shutterstock

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The family first appeared on the second series of Gogglebox in 2013 but were dropped the following year when the reality star signed up for the 14th series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2014, reaching the final.

Gilbey appeared on the Channel 5 version of the show alongside other famous faces including The Hills star Stephanie Pratt and American actor Gary Busey, who won the series.

The family later returned to Gogglebox and a spokesperson for the award-winning programme 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.”

Man arrested after more than 50 dead animals found dumped outside Broughton Community Shop | UK News

A 37-year-old man has been arrested after more than 50 dead animals were dumped outside a shop in Hampshire.

A member of staff was opening the Broughton Community Shop when they encountered the “horrifying” scene on 15 March.

Police were called and found about 50 dead hares, a kestrel and a barn owl outside the store.

Officers from Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary’s Country Watch team have been investigating and discovered the barn owl and kestrel had been shot with a firearm.

Both birds are listed under Schedule 1 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, giving them legal protection.

The man who was arrested has been charged with criminal damage, night poaching, killing of a Schedule 1 bird and killing of brown hare in the closed season.

He has also been charged with an offence under the Public Order Act, an offence under the Animal Welfare Act and an offence under the Firearms Act.

Police said on Thursday night that he remains in custody.

Country Watch Sergeant Stuart Ross said: “Since this incident took place, we have been actively pursuing a number of lines of inquiry and working with partner agencies to establish the circumstances of what happened.

“We are grateful for the help we have received from the local community and we’d like to thank them for their patience while we investigate what happened.

“There may be some people with information who have not yet come forward, and if so, we would urge them to do so as soon as possible.”

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Owl found ‘impaled on the door handles’

Mike Hensman, the shop’s treasurer, said the barn owl and kestrel were found “stuffed” on the door handles and blood was smeared on the windows.

“It was bedlam, it was just covered in dead hares, all the way across this paving here, horrifying,” he told Sky News.

“And on the door there was a dead raptor, bird of prey, and an owl impaled on the door handles. And there was blood everywhere.”

He described how shocked staff and villagers had to remove the remains.

“We cleared it all up, got the police in, had to wash all the windows down and get rid of everything.

“We got a local farmer here to get rid of all the dead hares and we just got on with business because that’s what you do in a community. We’re servicing the community. We just had to keep going.”