News in Network – The stories that mattered to us today.
We thought we’d outline the 5 stories from today that resonated with us, and tell you why.
1. Officer charged with Sarah Everard’s murder APPEARS in court
News in Network – A serving Met Police officer charged with the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard has appeared in court yesterday for his first hearing.
Wayne Couzens was remanded in custody to appear again at the Old Bailey on March 16.
2. UK to vaccinate all adults by early June
News in Network – Reports suggested the UK could vaccinate all adults by early June, overtaking the EU by two months.
According to research company Airfinity, the speedy vaccine rollout will save tens of billions of pounds.
3. London rapper found GUILTY of plotting sword attack
News in Network – A London man who rapped about beheading people and wearing suicide vests has been found guilty of planning a sword attack during the coronavirus lockdown.
His brother, Muhamed Abu, 32, was cleared of his charge of failing to disclose information to authorities about his sibling’s plans.
4. Ruth Davidson: Scottish Conservatives can prevent SNP majority
News in Network – The Scottish Tories are now on the path to blocking the Scottish National party a majority at Holyrood, Ruth Davidson has insisted.
She then urged Scots to vote for Tory as this is the only way “to stop that SNP majority”.
5. SOAS director SLAMMED for saying n-word
News in Network – The director of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at University of London has come under fire after using the n-word during a virtual meeting.
Students have called for his resignation after the meeting even though Mr Habib has issued an apology.
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