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Matthew Daulby: Murder investigation under way as tributes paid to teenager stabbed to death in Ormskirk | UK News

The family of a teenager who died after a stabbing have paid tribute to a “compassionate, loving and funny young man” who had a “bright future ahead of him”.

Matthew Daulby, 19, from Liverpool, died in hospital following an “altercation” in Ormskirk town centre in Lancashire.

Detectives have now opened a murder investigation.

Police were called to an “ongoing disturbance” in Railway Road at 12.05am on Saturday, and Matthew was found nearby. A second 19-year-old man was also treated in hospital for stab injuries, which are not thought to be life-threatening.

Railway Road. Pic: Google
Railway Road. Pic: Google

His family said: “Matthew was the most compassionate, loving and funny young man with a bright future ahead of him.

“He adored his family, and cared for them with utmost loyalty. He loved spending time with them and gave his love so generously, making sure everyone knew how much he loved them.

“He had a zest for life and was always looking forward to holidays with his family and friends. He was surrounded by love from his family and we will miss him every day, for the rest of our lives.”

A post-mortem examination to establish the cause of Matthew’s death will take place “in due course”, Lancashire Constabulary said.

A 19-year-old man from Liverpool and a 19-year-old man from Melling, in Merseyside, have been arrested on suspicion of affray and remain in police custody.

Detectives looking to identify a number of people

The arrests relate to an altercation in Railway Road involving a number of males, police said.

Officers are asking for anyone with information, or CCTV, dashcam or mobile phone footage which could help their investigation, to come forward.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Fallows, from the force’s major investigation team, said it was being treated as an “isolated incident” despite the earlier fight in Railway Road.

He said: “This incident has resulted in a young man losing his life and first and foremost my thoughts are with Matthew’s loved ones at this time.”

Paul O’Grady death: Tributes for ‘really special’ comedian and TV presenter | Ents & Arts News

Tributes are being paid to Paul O’Grady after the TV star died “unexpectedly but peacefully” on Tuesday evening.

ITV presenter Lorraine Kelly described O’Grady as “a really special man” adding that it was “such sad news”.

She said he was “funny, fearless, brave, kind and wise” and “will be sorely missed”.

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Commenting on O’Grady’s affectionate nature towards animals she added: “I always think dogs are the best judge of character and they ADORED him.”

Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell echoed the ITV host’s sentiments, adding how much O’Grady contributed to the LGBT+ voice.

Mr Tatchell said: “Paul wasn’t just a brilliant comedian and broadcast personality but a much-admired campaigner for LGBT+ equality and animal rights.”

Money-saving expert Martin Lewis tweeted his sadness at Mr O’Grady’s death, saying: “Quite shocked and saddened to wake up to the news of Paul O’Grady passing. A funny man, with incredibly quick wit, who made millions laugh.”

Charlotte Hawkins of Good Morning Britain said: “Oh no, such sad news… What a warm-hearted, hugely talented and funny man he was. Plus a dog-lover of course.”

“Already giving them raucous, ripping up the rulebook, mischief making, calling it out, loving hell in heaven,” wrote Carol Vorderman.

“Paul, what are we meant to do without you?”

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home described O’Grady as a “devoted animal lover” and a “champion for the underdog”.

The organisation, for which the TV star was an ambassador, praised his “razor-sharp humour and perpetual generosity and warmth”.

File photo dated 17/03/15 of Queen Elizabeth II looking at a Corgi as Paul O'Grady looks on during a visit to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London.

Its chief executive Peter Laurie said: “Battersea will forever remember Paul as a devoted animal lover with the biggest heart, who fell head over heels in love with every dog he met at our centres.

“Paul will always be associated with Battersea and we are truly saddened to have lost such a true friend and huge part of our charity.

He continued: “Paul had an extremely hands-on approach as a Battersea Ambassador and has been fundamental in helping our charity to communicate important campaign messages.

“He was a champion for the underdog and would do anything to ensure all animals live a healthy and happy life. He will be dearly missed.”

EDITORIAL USE ONLY File photo dated 07/05/13 of Paul O'Grady with rescue dogs Razor a German Shepherd, Moose a Rottweiler and Dodger a Terrier at London's Battersea Park.

Comedian Sooz Kempner said: “We all grew up watching Lily Savage (I can remember watching her on The Big Breakfast and my mum proper laughing) but it’s only in more recent years I realised what an incredible life Paul had had. What a loss!”

Actor John Barrowman said: “I am totally shocked and sad to hear the awful news that Paul O’Grady has died. An awesome talent stretching decades. From watching him as Lily Savage at the Vauxhall Tavern to sitting with him laughing backstage at West End Bares to being a guest on his @itv Paul O’Grady show…”

TV presenter Les Dennis said O’Grady was “a true comedy great”, adding his twinkly, mischievous presence” would be missed.

Tributes paid to woman killed in Stoke house fire as ex-husband is wanted in connection with murder | UK News

Tributes have been paid to a woman killed in a house fire as police hunt her ex-husband in connection with her murder.

Staffordshire Police have appealed directly to Georgian Constantin to give himself up following the death of his former wife Valentina Cozma in a blaze at her home on Campbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent, last Thursday.

Constantin, 42, is thought to have links to the Southampton area and has been spotted in London since the incident.

Georgian Constantin is on the run. Pic: Staffordshire Police
Georgian Constantin is wanted by police. Pic: Staffordshire Police

Police say they are keeping an open mind as to his whereabouts and have not ruled out the prospect of Constantin travelling abroad.

Members of the public who spot Constantin, who has been in the UK since 2017, are being urged to dial 999 rather than approach him.

Chief Superintendent Colin Mattinson, said: “My thoughts are with Valentina’s loved ones, and in particular her young son at this deeply traumatic time.

“I know the local community are in shock that someone within their community has died in such awful circumstances. We know she was a quiet woman who was well-liked among her neighbours, having lived in the area for some years.

“My plea is to anyone who has information, no matter how insignificant it may seem – to get in touch. You could hold information that is key to our investigation.

“I am also appealing to Constantin himself, or anyone who may be harbouring him, to get in touch. Running away is not the answer.

“Anyone found to be assisting an offender will be dealt with robustly as this is a serious crime.

“A teenage boy has lost his mother, we need to secure justice for him, Valentina, and her wider family. Please share our appeal and contact us if you know anything at all.”

Paying tribute to Ms Cozma, her sister said: “Vali was the person I could talk to about anything.

“She offered me support whenever I needed it. She always tried to keep the family together.

“Being an older sister, she made sure we didn’t lack anything, even if she didn’t have a thing. She went through a lot of hard times, yet she never gave up.

“I am appealing for help from anyone who has details that could help in solving this case.”

Camilla pictured surrounded by Paddington Bears as tributes to Queen donated to Barnado’s | UK News

A newly released image shows the Queen Consort surrounded by teddies to mark the donation of more than 1,000 toy bears to the Barnardo’s children’s charity.

The cuddly toys, including many Paddington Bears, had been left outside Buckingham Palace by mourners paying their respects to the Queen following her death last month.

The Palace said the teddies had been collected and professionally cleaned before they are delivered to Barnardo’s children’s services in the coming weeks.

In the picture, Camilla sits on a low sofa in the Morning Room at Clarence House wearing a navy blue dress with white stitching, surrounded by toy bears.

It was taken on Thursday – the 64th anniversary of the publication of the first Paddington Bear book.

In a much-loved TV sketch during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June, Elizabeth II had tea at Buckingham Palace with the popular children’s character where she dug out a marmalade sandwich from her famous handbag.

It prompted members of the public to leave teddy bears, and quite a few marmalade sandwiches, among the floral tributes which amassed outside royal residences following her death in September.

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The Queen passed the patronage of Barnardo’s to Camilla in 2016, who was then the Duchess of Cornwall.

Barnardo’s chief executive Lynn Perry said: “Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was Barnardo’s patron for over 30 years, and we are honoured to be able to give homes to the teddies that people left in her memory.

“We promise to look after these bears who will be well-loved and bring joy to the children we support.

“We are incredibly grateful to Her Majesty The Queen Consort for her support in helping us to raise awareness of the needs of vulnerable children and young people in the UK so that we can continue to support them through our vital services.”

A Paddington Bear toy and marmalade sandwich is left amongst flowers and tributes outside the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday. Picture date: Saturday September 10, 2022.
A Paddington Bear toy and marmalade sandwich among floral tributes outside the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh

Tom Jarvis, director of parks at the Royal Parks charity, said: “Over the last few weeks, we have been looking for a fitting and appropriate use for the hundreds of teddy bears that were left in Green Park and Hyde Park to honour the Queen.

“We are delighted that the teddy bears will now bring joy and comfort to hundreds of children supported by Barnardo’s.”

The bears were being “well looked after” at the Palace, Clarence House and in the Royal Parks nursery in Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace said.

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Queen shares tea with Paddington Bear

Following the Queen’s death, the Royal Parks charity, which manages the designated London tribute site in Green Park, urged well-wishers not to leave teddy bears, balloons, or lit candles.

With the help of shire horses and almost 200 volunteers, the charity began gathering tributes from Green Park and Hyde Park late last month after the national period of mourning – with the toys collected then also set to be cleaned and donated to Barnardo’s.