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Chelsea fans suspended from Stamford Bridge

Chelsea have suspended three fans from attending Stamford Bridge after racist behaviour was displayed on the Paris Metro on Tuesday evening.

Life banning orders will be issued if there is sufficient evidence of their involvement in the incident, the football club said.

Some fans were seen on a video preventing a black man from entering the Paris Metro and singing "we're racist, we're racist and that's the way we like it".

 

16 and 17-year olds more likely to be abused

Teenagers aged 16 and 17 who live in England are more likely to be abused or neglected than any other age group, and are also given the least protection.

A study by The Children’s Society's found around 1 in 50 are at risk of abuse compared to any other age group.
 
These figures have been released to urge the Government to make changes to the Serious Crime Bill, which is due for debate on Monday.

 

Family preventing Spurs new stadium get a verdict today

A Tottenham family business will find out today if they can keep their premises and prevent Tottenham Hotspurs plans for a £400 million stadium redevelopment.

Archway Sheet Metal Works, on Paxton Road, have been served a compulsory purchase order to be forced out of the area. The family challenged the decision in the High Court.

If the family business wins it could throw plans for the new 56,000 seater stadium into disarray.

 

Drivers could be owed millions over illegal parking fines

Drivers could get refunds totalling tens of millions of pounds over "illegal" parking fines on private land.

That's according to the RAC who are calling on the government to stop private car parks from issuing penalties of up to £100.

The group claims "fines" for infringing conditions in private car parks may be illegal, and is calling on the Government to stop the practice.

 

 

Britain is “sleep-walking” through the Ukraine crisis

Britain has been accused of "sleep-walking" into the crisis over Ukraine in a scathing report by a House of Lords committee.

Peers accused both Britain and the EU of a "catastrophic misreading" of mood by European diplomats in the run-up to the stand-off between Russia and the West.

It also said Britain had not been "active or visible enough" in dealing with the situation.
 

 

Tottenham draw with Fiorentia at White Heart Lane

Tottenham face a battle to remain in the Europa League after drawing with Fiorentina at White Hart Lane last night.

Not even Harry Kane, a second half substitute, managed to secure a late win for the home side.

The game ended 1-1 but Basanta gave Fiorentina an advantage with an away goal into their next game. 

 

Who killed Lucy Beale?

Fiinally, after 10 months of guessing Eastenders fans found out who killed Lucy, and it was her little brother Bobby.

The soap's latest 'whodunnit' storyline was to mark the show's 30th anniversary yesterday.

But the drama doesn't end there, all week Eastenders has included live segments in the show and tonight will see a full live half programme to see the aftermath of the big reveal.

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