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Kyle Walker: Manchester City and England star apologises to wife after fathering second child with model | UK News

England and Manchester City star Kyle Walker has apologised to his wife after fathering a second child with another woman.

The 33-year-old defender said he had made “idiot choices” and needed to “own up to my mistakes”.

“What I’ve done is horrible and I take full responsibility,” he told The Sun newspaper.

“The only person to blame is me. I have roles and responsibilities that I’m aware of, and I’ve made stupid choices.

“But I need to own up to my mistakes – I owe it to everyone.”

Walker, an England international, is married to Annie Kilner. The couple have three children, with a fourth on the way.

They first met when Walker was 17, and married in 2022, after a 12-year relationship.

However, in April 2020, the model and influencer Lauryn Goodman announced she had given birth, and later named Walker as the father.

Manchester City's Kyle Walker with the trophy after they win the FIFA Club World Cup 2023 final at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Picture date: Friday December 22, 2023.
Kyle Walker won the FIFA Club World Cup with Manchester City in December. Pic: PA

According to The Sun, Walker vowed he would have no further contact with Goodman, beyond any financial arrangements between them.

However, Walker is reported to have met Goodman in October 2022 having travelled to London for groin surgery.

Walker told the newspaper that Goodman informed him in “late October or early November” last year that she was pregnant with their second child.

Annie Kilner, girlfriend of England's Kyle Walker during the FIFA World Cup Group G match at Kaliningrad Stadium. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday June 28, 2018. See PA story WORLDCUP England. Photo credit should read: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Editorial use only. No commercial use. No use with any unofficial 3rd party logos. No manipulation of images. No video emulation
Annie Kilner at a match in 2018. Pic: PA

Lauryn Goodman attending the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them European Premiere at Leicester Square, London.
Lauryn Goodman in 2016. Pic: PA

According to the newspaper, Kilner found out about Walker’s second child with Goodman when the model sent her a message on Instagram.

Walker, who won the treble with club-side Manchester City last season, has reportedly moved out of his home with Kilner, and is currently living in a rented flat.

“I can’t begin to think or imagine what Annie is going through. I’ve tried to ask her but there’s pain and hurt,” he told the newspaper.

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In 2020, the Manchester City footballer apologised after it was widely reported he held a party at his Cheshire home in violation of the nation’s lockdown measures.

The club promised that the 30-year-old would be subject to an “internal disciplinary procedure”.

“I reflect on, you know, my decision-making,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live at the time.

“It was bad decisions from me at an important time for the country and the world. I take full responsibility for that but I’m moving on now.”

Walker was also given an out of court disposal – which is not a criminal charge – over an allegation that he indecently exposed himself in a bar during an incident in March last year.

Darlington: Man arrested on suspicion of murdering one-year-old child | UK News

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a one-year-old child in Darlington.

Police were called to Frosterley Drive at about 9am on Friday.

The child was rushed to Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle but died on Saturday afternoon, Durham Constabulary said.

The suspect, in his 30s, has also been arrested on suspicion of causing or allowing serious injury to a child.

A woman in her 40s has been arrested on suspicion of causing or allowing serious injury to a child.

Both have been released on conditional bail while further inquiries are carried out, the force added.

Greater Manchester Police officer charged with sexual assault on a child | UK News

A police officer has been charged with sexual assault on a child.

PC Dean Dempster is accused of sexual assault on a child under 13 and misconduct in a public office, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said.

The 34-year-old, who was posted to GMP’s Oldham district, is due to appear before Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Dempster was charged after an investigation by GMP.

He has been suspended from duty and remanded into custody.

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Misconduct proceedings will resume when the full criminal case has concluded, the force said.

Justin Trudeau petitioned to apologise for Canada’s past treatment of British child migrants | World News

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being petitioned to apologise to British child migrants who suffered “shame and isolation”.  

It is the latest move by campaigners demanding an official apology for the treatment endured by youngsters shipped to Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries.

The petition, initiated by the group Home Children Canada, states child migrants were subjected to abuse and stigmatisation, and that many died “ashamed of their history and deprived of their family”.

About 115,000 youngsters, so-called British Home Children, were shipped to Canada from the UK between 1869 and 1948.

Typically, they were used as cheap labour and put to work on farms or as domestic servants and many have told stories of overwork and mistreatment.

They were transferred from orphan homes in the UK but campaigners for the Home Children say that many were only temporary residents of the orphanages and had families who were unaware they made the trip to Canada.

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Now, those campaigners have submitted a petition calling on Justin Trudeau to follow the example of the UK and Australia in issuing a formal apology, something the Canadian government has resisted.

Presented to Canada’s House of Commons, the petition states: “Home children/child migrants were, as a result of the system, thrust into difficult and inappropriate personal living circumstances exacerbated by a belief that they were unwanted by parents and, as a result, denied access to siblings and/or other relatives.”

“We… call upon the prime minister to sincerely apologise to Home Children/child migrants who suffered in shame and isolation, to those who died while being ashamed of their history and deprived of their family, to elderly survivors burdened by their past, and to descendants grappling with the inter-generational impacts of a system that mistreated and separated their families.”

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One of the last surviving British Home Children, George Beardshaw, supports the campaign for an apology.

In an interview with Sky News in September 2023, George, aged 100, said: “People thought that Britain was sending over some of the scum from off the streets of London, they all thought we were thieves.

“Some got pitchforks through them. Some slept in the barn with the cattle.”

The UK and Australian governments have issued official apologies for their parts in child migrant schemes.

In 2017, Canada’s House of Commons passed a motion of apology, but there has been none from the government itself.

In September 2023, Sky News asked Mr Trudeau if his government owed an apology to British Home Children. He didn’t address the question, saying only: “Good to see you.”

In response to the latest petition, the Canadian government told Sky News: “The government of Canada is committed to keeping the memory of the British Home Children alive so that we can all learn from past mistakes.

“As adopted by the House of Commons in February 2018, the government of Canada supports the designation of 28 September as British Home Child Day in order to raise awareness and ensure the recognition of the many contributions British Home Children have made to Canada.

“The government has supported a number of outreach, commemorative and educational initiatives to recognise the experience of the Home Children.

“These include the designation of the immigration experience of former Home Children as a national historic event; and the establishment of a commemorative plaque at the site of a former receiving home in Stratford, Ontario.”

Bradley Lowery: Dale Houghton given suspended sentence and football ban for mocking death of child mascot at match | UK News

A man has been given a suspended sentence and a five-year football ban after mocking the death of child mascot Bradley Lowery at a football match.

Dale Houghton, from Rotherham, pleaded guilty to a public order offence at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court in October and received a 12 week sentence suspended for 18 months.

He is also required to carry out 200 hours of unpaid voluntary work in the community.

Bradley was diagnosed with rare cancer neuroblastoma when he was just 18 months old and died aged six in 2017.

Bradley Lowery, aged five
Bradley Lowery in 2016

Houghton was seen holding up a picture of Bradley and laughing in the stands at Sheffield Wednesday’s match against Sunderland at Hillsborough Stadium on Friday 29 September.

An image of the incident was met with outrage on social media and sparked an apology from Sheffield Wednesday.

In his sentencing remarks, the judge called the actions of Houghton, 32, “appalling and disgraceful” and said that he “inflicted trauma on an already bereaved family”.

District Judge Marcus Waite said to Houghton: “You showed callous disrespect to a brave young man who was rightly held in the highest esteem by football fans everywhere.”

Bradley Lowery, aged five, who is terminally ill with cancer, meets Sunderland's Jermain Defoe. Pic: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Archive
Lowery with Jermain Defoe in 2016

He was a mascot for both Sunderland and England, and formed a close bond with his beloved team’s striker Jermain Defoe, who called Bradley his “best mate”.

At the time, Defoe said he was “appalled and saddened” by Houghton’s actions.

He added: “My thoughts at this time go out to Gemma and Carl, Bradley’s parents, who shouldn’t have to deal with incidents like this, but rather be praised for the amazing work they are doing with the Bradley Lowery Foundation in their son’s memory.”

Bradley’s mother previously told the court that she saw the picture on Facebook.

Mrs Lowery said it “wasn’t just disrespectful to Bradley, but also to other people as well”, and it risked causing “so much emotional trauma to other children with cancer”.

Following the incident, more than £11,000 was raised for The Bradley Lowery Foundation.

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Eleven on trial over alleged ‘child sex abuse and witchcraft’ in Glasgow | UK News

Eleven people have gone on trial accused of taking part in a child sex abuse ring involving witchcraft, attempted murder and the killing of dogs.

Seven men and four women are charged with 32 offences between them, including forcing children to participate in seances – using an Ouija board or similar – to “call on spirits and demons”.

The alleged victims were also reportedly made to watch and participate in classes involving witchcraft, point wands and utter spells that caused them to believe they had “metamorphosed into animals”.

It is also claimed children were raped on various occasions while members of the group did “clap, cheer and verbally encourage” the attacks, as well as film them, prosecutors say.

Five of the accused also face an attempted murder charge for trapping a child in a cupboard.

The alleged victim was also reportedly forced to act like a dog, eat dog food, was hung by their clothing from a nail on the wall, and was pushed into a microwave oven.

Each of the accused has also been charged with abusing and killing a number of dogs, including forcing two children to stab the animals.

Other charges include causing children to take part in sexual activity, forcing a child to courier drugs, possessing diamorphine and cocaine, and supplying the Class A drugs.

The alleged sexual and non-sexual crimes – involving three girls and a boy – are said to have taken place across Glasgow between 2010 and 2020.

Iain Owens, 45, Elaine Lannery, 39, Lesley Williams, 41, Paul Brannan, 41, Marianne Gallagher, 38, Scott Forbes, 50, Barry Watson, 47, Mark Carr, 50, Richard Gachagan, 45, Leona Laing, 51, and John Clark, 47, deny all the charges against them.

Maureen Goudie, Steven McHendrie and Robert Brown are also mentioned as being involved in a number of the charges, but court papers said they are now deceased.

The trial, before Lord Beckett at the High Court in Glasgow, continues.

Police officer sacked after arranging for child to join visit to registered sex offender | UK News

A police officer has been sacked after arranging for a child to go on a routine visit to a registered sex offender.

Detective Sergeant Nicola Coutts was dismissed without notice following an accelerated misconduct hearing held by Avon and Somerset Police.

The hearing heard how DS Coutts arranged for a teenage work experience student to attend the Violent and Sex Offender Register (ViSOR) office, as well as shadow an officer on a routine visit to a registered sex offender.

This happened without authorisation from the former officer’s senior managers and without submitting a formal application or obtaining vetting clearance.

Chief Constable Sarah Crew ruled DS Coutts’ actions were in breach of the standards of professional behaviour and amounted to gross misconduct, and decided the sanction should be dismissal without notice.

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The police force’s head of professional standards, Supt Mark Edgington, said: “DS Coutts’ line manager had specifically asked her to halt the placement and take the teenager out of Headquarters prior to the home visit taking place, but this direction was ignored.

“The officer who conducted the home visit didn’t know the teenager’s age and believed all necessary vetting and security considerations had been carried out.

“The teenager was not left alone at any time, and the visit was cut short after the officer was contacted by phone and told to return to Headquarters immediately.

“DS Coutts’ actions in arranging and facilitating the placement were highly reckless and demonstrated poor judgement and a significant lack of professional care.”

She will now be added to a barred list, preventing her from working in policing or other law enforcement agencies again.

‘Dangerous’ Nottingham child rapist caught after police officer noticed his distinctive walk | UK News

A child rapist who was caught after a police officer noticed his distinctive walk has been jailed.

Shane Nash attacked the teenager as she walked home from a bus stop in Nottingham in January.

The 39-year-old grabbed the victim from behind in an alleyway and dragged her into nearby undergrowth, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.

Nash bound his victim and covered her mouth with tape before attacking her, threatening to stab her if she told anyone.

The girl went home “dishevelled and in considerable distress” and told her mother, who called the police, the CPS said.

Parts of the attack and footage of Nash were captured on CCTV and shared by Nottinghamshire Police as part of a public appeal for information.

Nash was arrested two days after the attack when he was spotted by an officer who noticed his “distinctive walking style and his high, square shoulders”.

“It soon became clear that he was also wearing the same clothes and distinctive grey trainers he was wearing at the time of the attack,” the police force said.

“Further damming evidence was found when officers searched his bag and uncovered a black beanie hat and red sleeping bag referred to by the victim.”

Nash, formerly of Bestwood in Nottingham, pleaded guilty to rape and attempted rape in March.

On Wednesday, he was sentenced to life in prison at Nottingham Crown Court by Judge Nirmal Shant KC, who told him he must serve a minimum of 15 years in jail.

Nash was also added to the sex offenders’ register for life and made the subject of a lifelong restraining order preventing him from contacting the victim by any means.

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Detective Inspector Craig Hall, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “This was a horrific crime that shocked and appalled the local community.

“The victim in this case was simply walking home as she was grabbed and attacked. She is traumatised by what happened and this is likely to have a lasting impact upon her and her family.

“She has shown remarkable courage and dignity throughout the legal process and my thoughts are very much with her today.

“Nash’s behaviour, by contrast, has been appalling throughout. He has shown absolutely no remorse for what he did and continued to deny the offence even when presented with incontrovertible evidence of his guilt.”

Matt Evans, senior crown prosecutor for the CPS East Midlands, added the “violent and merciless” nature of the attack was reflected in the “significant” jail term.

Pembrokeshire: Young child airlifted after police respond to reports of car ‘in collision with’ pedestrians | UK News

A young child has been airlifted after an incident outside a hospital in Pembrokeshire.

Officers were called to reports of a car colliding with pedestrians outside Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest at about 11.50am on Wednesday.

A pedestrian, the driver of the car and a passenger have all been taken to hospital for treatment.

Police said the child was airlifted to Cardiff for treatment.

Dyfed-Powys Police said they would have a continued presence outside the hospital for a “number of hours” as the investigation continues into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Withybush Hospital’s director, Andrew Burns, said services continued to “operate as normal”.

“If you are attending for an outpatient appointment, you may experience some delay in parking while investigations are under way but this is expected to return to normal in due course,” he added.

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“We kindly ask people not to contact the hospital for more information at this time.”

Police are asking anyone who may have dashcam footage which could help the investigation to get in touch.

Princess Eugenie announces birth of second child | UK News

Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank have announced the birth of their second child.

In an Instagram post, Eugenie, the 11th in line to the throne, confirmed she had given birth to a boy, named Ernest George Ronnie Brooksbank.

The baby replaces Prince Edward as the 13th in line to the throne.

“Jack and I wanted to share the news that we had our little boy, Ernest George Ronnie Brooksbank on 30th May 2023 at 8.49 weighing 7.1Ibs,” she wrote.

“He is named after his great great great Grandfather George, his Grandpa George and my Grandpa Ronald.

“Augie is loving being a big brother already.”

Eugenie, the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, gave birth to her first child, August Brooksbank, in February 2021.

The princess, 33, shared a picture of Ernest, wearing a knitted blue-and-white hat, asleep in a Moses basket, and one of August tenderly stroking his brother’s head.

Buckingham Palace has said in a statement: “A small announcement we are pleased to share.

“Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank are delighted to announce the safe arrival of their son, Ernest George Ronnie Brooksbank. Ernest was born on Tuesday, 30th May, and weighed 7lbs 1oz.

“Her Royal Highness has shared photographs on her Instagram account this afternoon.”

Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank pose in the Picture Gallery after they announced their engagement, at Buckingham Palace, London January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Brady/Pool
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

Ernest is the first of Elizabeth II’s great-grandchildren to be born since her death last September.

A heavily pregnant Eugenie, daughter of the Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York, joined the Windsors to witness her uncle Charles’s coronation in Westminster Abbey at the start of May, with Mr Brooksbank seated next to the Duke of Sussex in the third row.

Buckingham Palace has said in a statement: “A small announcement we are pleased to share.