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14th November 2014

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British jihadis could face two year ban from UK

Under new plans announced by David Cameron, British jihadis returning from fighting in the middle east could lose their passports and face temporary exclusion orders, which would prohibit them from entering the UK for up to two years.

The Prime Minister announced his plans in an address to the Australian parliament in Canberra.

They include special exclusion orders, which would see suspected jihadi fighters barred from entering Britain unless they give themselves up at the border and comply with investigation.

Exclusion orders would last for up to two years and can be renewed.

Mr Cameron also said officials would be able to prevent suspected fighters leaving the UK. 

New Covent Garden to be redeveloped

Plans to redevelop the New Covent Garden have been given the go-ahead by Wandsworth Council. 

The 40-year-old site in Nine Elms, south London, is the country’s biggest fresh produce market.

The redevelopment will see 3,000 homes,135,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of of retail and leisure facilities, as well as 11.5 acres of market facilities. 

It is expected that work will start on the site in the first half of 2015.

Police looking for rioters from Arsenal victory

Police have released CCTV images of nine men they want to speak with after ugly scenes marred Arsenal's Champions League clash with Galatasary.

During Arsenal’s October 1st 4-1 win at the Emirates, flares and other items were thrown onto the pitch. Riot police were ordered into position.

Turkish club Galatasary, who are based in Istanbul, were fined €50,000 and forced to pay for repairs to cover damage caused by their 3,000 travelling fans. 

Arsenal estimated 300 seats were damaged in their stadium's away end.

Counter-terrorism place given more time to investigate alleged Remembrance Sunday plotters

Counter-terror police have been given a further seven days to question four men arrested on suspicion of plotting an Islamist terror attack days before Remembrance Sunday.

The men, aged 19-27, were held after raids in London and High Wycombe last Thursday and Friday.

The warrants for further detention will bring the total time the men can be held to 14 days, which is the maximum the law allows.

Three of the men are from West London.

Jessica Ennis-Hill: remove my name from stand if Evans plays

Olympic champion and gold medal winner Jessica Ennis-Hill  announced she wants her name removed from a stand at the Sheffield United stadium if the team re-sign convicted rapist Ched Evans.

Evans was recently allowed to train with the club after he was released from prison after serving two and a half years for rape.

There has been strong criticism of the club after Evans’s training was announced. 

Ennis-Hill, the Olympic heptathlon champion, said: "Those in positions of influence should respect the role they play in young people's lives and set a good example. 

"If Evans was to be re-signed by the club it would completely contradict these beliefs.”

Vandals decapitate angels

Vandals have been chopping the heads off angel statues in West London cemeteries. 

It is thought nine angels have so far been vandalised. 

Five were damaged during one night in Bishop's Park in October. 

The other four were damaged on Remembrance Sunday. 

Anyone with information is urged to contact police.

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