Becky Vardy, 36, ups cyber security to prevent Russian hackers from invading saucy phone sex with hubby Jamie

BECKY Vardy is using a secure, high-tech device to keep up saucy phone sex sessions with hubby Jamie so not to fall victim of a Russian cyber hack.

England stars and their WAGs have been warned to only use super-secure phones and computers to communicate over FaceTime.

 Becky is using a super-secure phone to have saucy conversations with Jamie

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Becky is using a super-secure phone to have saucy conversations with Jamie

I’m a Celeb star Becky, 36, has got a special encoded, wireless device so the pair can still share “intimate moments” from their separate Russian hotel rooms.

Security-obsessed FA chiefs have also ordered WAGs not to access their bank accounts using their phones amid fears of them being hacked.

 WAGs have been told to avoid using their bank accounts while in Russia

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WAGs have been told to avoid using their bank accounts while in Russia

A source close to the FA camp said: “After the players’ partners were told that Russia had such bad hacking issues Becky was worried she wouldn’t be able to have discreet FaceTime calls with Jamie.

“She found this special Wi-Fi device that has security built in. She contacted them and set it up before going to Russia. Now they can do what they want.”

The state-of-the-art SkyRoam Solis device means that users’ data is stored in a highly secured private network rather than by whomever the WiFi provider’s network is. It also provides super-fast 4G internet speeds.

 Becky is staying less than an hour away from hubbie Jamie during the World Cup

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Becky is staying less than an hour away from hubbie Jamie during the World Cup

Becky, whose hotel is less than an hour from the England Baltic sea base in Repino, has previously talked about the difficulty of maintaining intimacy when staying in different hotels.

When asked about the couple’s sex life at the World Cup earlier this year, she said: “It depends on the player, for us it’s difficult because we’re not in the same hotel. Thank God for FaceTime.”

It comes ahead of England’s highly-anticipated game against Panama today – as the Three Lions look to make it back to back wins.

 Becky said maintaining her's and Jamie's sex life was difficult during the World Cup

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Becky said maintaining her’s and Jamie’s sex life was difficult during the World Cup

Despite spirits being sky-high as the 23-man squad returned to Repino after their last-minute 2-1 win over Tunisia on Monday night, security has been stepped up another notch.

We can also reveal stars have now been banned from swimming in the nearby Baltic Sea which neighbours their ForRestMix hotel because of high level of algae just under the surface.

Scientists have warned the toxins in the algae produces toxins, which if swallowed can damage the eyes, lungs and nervous system.

 Jamie is staying in a separate hotel to wife Becky while playing for England

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Jamie is staying in a separate hotel to wife Becky while playing for England

Players had planned to take their popular unicorn inflatables, which they were pictured playing on in the hotel pool this week, into the sea before being warned off it.

A source said: “The beaches here in Repino are brilliant and the players would like to head down to the sea but with the risk from the algae, the bosses have said it’s just not worth it.”

England flew to Nizhny Novgorod for today’s game yesterday (SAT) with England boss Gareth Southgate still with his arm in a sling after dislocating his shoulder while running this week.

Players and staff have now been ordered not to hug or grab Southgate to celebrate any goals today amid fears they will make his injury worse.

The source added: “Gareth has been getting stick all week for having the worst injury on tour and it’s caused a lot of laughter. But all the players and backroom staff have been told not to celebrate overzealously with Gareth as his arm is still very sore.”

Jamie Vardy​ looks after his baby and eats pizza while having a ‘family day’ away from the England team as his wife Rebekah does a live interview with Loose Women​

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England players have undergone psychological testing to help Gareth Southgate pick the best penalty takers

ENGLAND boss Gareth Southgate has called in psychologists to help him choose our penalty takers — and end our woeful shootout record.

Players sat psychometric tests to measure their mental strength before flying out to Russia for the World Cup. They have also been completing daily “wellness questionnaires” supervised by psychologist Pippa Grange, who was hired last year as head of team development.

 The players have also been completing daily questionnaires on their wellness
The players have also been completing daily questionnaires on their wellness

Southgate, 47, is determined to halt our spot-kick hoodoo after his miss at Wembley against Germany dumped England out of Euro 96. He has used the test results to rank his stars and has drawn up a shortlist of takers incase Tuesday’s clash with Colombia goes to pens.

England’s record of one shootout win from seven at World Cups and Euros is the worst of any nation. Scientific analysis ordered by Southgate has revealed nervy English players tend to rush their penalties.

Routines at the team’s training base at Repino, near St Petersburg, have attempted to recreate match conditions. Exhausted stars are tested at the end of training and made to go on the dreaded “long walk” from the centre circle.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek recently revealed he would love to take one and skipper Harry Kane is a nailed-on certainty. An insider said: “Gareth is one of the many victims of England’s penalty curse and is determined to break the spell.

 Dr Pippa Grange is head of Team Development for the England squad

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Dr Pippa Grange is head of Team Development for the England squad

“He’s taken a very scientific approach to try to work out what we’re doing wrong and which of the players is best equipped to deal with the pressure. Some of the younger players are fearless and have no qualms about stepping up. But talking the talk is one thing … and taking that long walk is quite another.”

FA chief Martin Glenn backed the psychology drive after becoming alarmed by England’s mental fragility when losing to Iceland in Euro 2016. The players have been helped by Dr Grange, a Yorkshirewoman brought in last November to work on their resilience. She sat down with all of them individually before the tournament to discuss their “hopes and fears”, as well as lifestyles.

Associates say her “main bugbears” are booze and social media use. She has also worked with them on spot-kicks, giving each a penalty “framework”, which includes visualising scoring.
Slogans she has put around the team gym include: “Success isn’t given, it’s earned.”

A source at the camp said: “She is providing the motivational inspiration and helping the lads deal with the psychological pressures they are facing – the pressure on them is enormous.” Colombian media yesterday highlighted our shootout record and said England players had been practising since March.

Meanwhile, the brother of Colombian star Andres Escobar — murdered in 1994 after scoring a World Cup own goal — fears more deaths if his country loses to England.

He spoke as police probe death threats to Carlos Sanchez, who was sent off for Colombia against Japan in the group stage. Sachi Escobar, 54, said: “Nothing has been learned from my brother’s death. No player should be killed for making a mistake.”

Hammered and tongs

COLOMBIAN Faustino Asprilla has challenged ex-Newcastle pal Alan Shearer to visit him for a barbecue if England lose.

Tino, 48, vowed to cook one in Newcastle if we win. BBC pundit Alan said: “Bring it on.”

Unflagging Colombians

BRAVE Sandra Ramos is flying the Colombian flag beside 300 England banners on her estate.

Sandra, 48, and daughter Ash­ley, eight, are showing their support on Bermondsey’s Kirby Estate in South East London.

Dele Alli returns to England training ahead of World Cup last 16 tie with Colombia

Sun on Sunday wins £19million to fund refuge shelters for female victims of domestic violence

WOMEN’S refuges got a £19million lifeline yesterday in a win for The Sun on Sunday’s Save our Shelters campaign.

The PM announced extra cash to support survivors of domestic violence and help them to rebuild their lives.

 The money will provide women with opportunities for education, employment and skills training

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The money will provide women with opportunities for education, employment and skills training

It will help to keep closure-threatened shelters open and provide more beds.

And it will provide opportunities for education, employment and skills training.

Our crusade was launched earlier this year to prevent up to four in ten refuges from closing through lack of money. It followed a decision to take them out of the welfare system.

 Katie Ghose, boss of Women's Aid, said the funding was "desperately needed"
Katie Ghose, boss of Women’s Aid, said the funding was “desperately needed”

The new cash is a second win for the campaign. It builds on £20million allocated over the past two years, providing more than 2,200 new beds and supporting 19,000 survivors.

 The Save our Shelters campaign is helping safeguard Britain's most vulnerable women
The Save our Shelters campaign is helping safeguard Britain’s most vulnerable women

Councils working in partnership with charities and other groups will be able to bid for a share of funds to support those fleeing domestic abuse.

Communities Secretary James Brokenshire saluted our “tireless campaigning”. He said: “This funding will expand support for survivors to help them rebuild their lives.”

Katie Ghose, boss of Women’s Aid, said: “The release of this funding is desperately needed and much welcomed.

“We look forward to working with the Government to ensure the future safety of survivors.”

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Tory MPs order Theresa May not to give in to EU’s Brussels bullies on Brexit

THERESA May has been ordered not to give in to Brussels’ bullies ahead of leaving the EU – by her own MPs.

The PM must show “courage and leadership” in the face of people desperate to undermine the referendum result.

 Theresa May has been urged in a letter from MPs to get tough with the EU negotiators over a Brexit deal

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Theresa May has been urged in a letter from MPs to get tough with the EU negotiators over a Brexit deal

Nearly three dozen Tory MPs have signed a letter to Mrs May demanding she gets tough with counterparts in Brussels.

It comes days after President of the European Council Donald Tusk said the PM has been given a “last call” to explain her Brexit demands.

In the letter – signed by MPs including ex-Ministerial aide Andrea Jenkyns and Simon Clarke – demands are made not to extend the transition period beyond December 2020.

They also state they will not accept any extension to the two-year withdrawal period in March next year.

 MPs including ex-Ministerial aide Andrea Jenkyns urge Theresa May in a letter not to extend the Brexit transition period beyond December 2020

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MPs including ex-Ministerial aide Andrea Jenkyns urge Theresa May in a letter not to extend the Brexit transition period beyond December 2020

Tory backbenchers also want no extension to the European Court of Justice’s jurisdiction after the transition period.

They also don’t accept remaining part of a customs union or a deal that stops Ministers from forging new trade deals and no free or preferential movement of people from the EU.

The list of eight demands also includes not accepting “any deal without robust conditionality, linking the £39 billion financial settlement with a satisfactory free trade agreement and any part of the United Kingdom being treated differently from the rest”.

The group state: “Our departure must be absolute. We must not remain entangled with the EU’s institutions if this restricts our ability to exercise our sovereignty as an independent nation.

“Anything less will be a weakening of our democracy. Britain must stand firm.”

John Bercow congratulates Tory Jack Lopresti on his wedding to MP colleague Andrea Jenkyns

Ms Jenkyns said: “I stand united with over 30 colleagues who are concerned with the direction of the Brexit negotiations.

“We must be clear to those in the Cabinet, and on the back benches, that we will not sit back and allow a small minority to dominate the agenda.

“No one must be allowed to undermine the democratic vote of the people.

“We must get tough with the European Union and demonstrate that we are prepared to walk away.”

Fellow Tory Simon Clarke said: “It’s really important at this crucial time both with Europe and within the Cabinet that any watering down would be unacceptable to my constituents and to me.”

A Downing Street spokesperson said: “We are confident of getting a good deal that works for people and businesses across the UK and securing a bold and bright future for Britain.”

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EastEnders spoiler: Mel Owen’s ex-husband Ray set to cause chaos as he arrives in Albert Square

EASTENDERS viewers are in for an explosive autumn as Mel Owen’s ex-husband Ray is set to arrive with a dark storyline.

Mel (Tamsin Outhwaite) and son Hunter’s (Charlie Winter) world will be rocked when badboy Ray, the brother of crime boss Ciara Maguire, stamps his authority on the Square after Hunter reaches out to him.

 EastEnders viewers are in for an explosive autumn as Mel Owen's ex-husband Ray is set to arrive with a dark storyline

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EastEnders viewers are in for an explosive autumn as Mel Owen’s ex-husband Ray is set to arrive with a dark storyline

An inside told the Metro: “What executive consultant John Yorke has done over the last few months is lay the groundwork for some truly big storylines – autumn is going to be huge in Walford and will see things really start to kick off and viewers will see exactly why the long game has been played to get to this point.

“The idea was to re-introduce Mel to fans who remembered her but also allow those who didn’t watch during her era get to know her and get a feel for who she is and how she operates.

“Now that Mel is settled after overcoming her initial challenges and has secured a job and built a relationship with Jack, it’s time to weave in her first major storyline since her return. And it is a big one – she really shouldn’t trust Ray and he will make his presence felt immediately after arriving.”

Mel has form when it comes to lovers with a dark side. Her late ex Steve, Hunter’s dad, was a murderer and conman.

 Mel (Tamsin Outhwaite) and son Hunter's (Charlie Winter) world will be rocked when badboy Ray, the brother of crime boss Ciara Maguire, stamps his authority on the Square after Hunter reaches out to him

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Mel (Tamsin Outhwaite) and son Hunter’s (Charlie Winter) world will be rocked when badboy Ray, the brother of crime boss Ciara Maguire, stamps his authority on the Square after Hunter reaches out to him

When Steve arrived he bought the Market Cellar Club, which he did up and renamed E20.

During his time on the show he romanced Saskia Duncan and Sam Mitchell, before marrying Mel and having Hunter with her.

 An insider said the storyline is going to be 'huge'

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An insider said the storyline is going to be ‘huge’
Hunter takes a test to find out if he is a psychopath on EastEnders

One of Steve’s biggest storylines was when he killed Saskia, by hitting her over the head with an ashtray after she started causing trouble at his club night opening.

He later dumped her body in Epping Forest and pinned the blame on Matthew Rose.

Steve was also known for feuding with the Mitchell brothers, being a conman and for having a drug addiction.


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Girls in gangs ‘carry flick knives and hide razor blade under the tongue’

A FEMALE gang member aged just 15 has told how girls secretly carry deadly weapons on the streets. It is the latest grim chapter in the story of our knife-blighted inner cities.

Nancy earns hundreds of pounds a day dealing drugs in Tottenham, North London, one of the capital’s most deprived areas.

 Gang member Nancy, 15, gives her chilling account of hidden lethal weapons on the streets - pic posed by a model

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Gang member Nancy, 15, gives her chilling account of hidden lethal weapons on the streets – pic posed by a model

She said: “We have to arm up. Girls carry flick-knives and hide razor blades under their tongues.

“We have to hold our spots (drug sales points) — it feels like there is no choice.”

Her chilling account comes after The Sun on Sunday launched the Beat The Blades campaign last month in a bid to combat the UK’s knife crime epidemic. Nancy claims her experiences on the street have given her insight for an unlikely future career — as a policewoman.

She said: “If the police want to know how to stop young people stabbing each other, they should take the time to get to know us.

 The Sun on Sunday has launched 'Beat the Blades' campaign to tackle knife crime
The Sun on Sunday has launched ‘Beat the Blades’ campaign to tackle knife crime

“I’ve met a lot of police in my life. Some of them are really tired and fed up. But some of them get a buzz out of stopping people and being violent.

“The best police of all are the ones who try to get along with us and stay nice and calm.

“I was in a park recently when some trouble kicked off and a boy I was with took a swing at an officer.

“He got restrained on the floor but the officer stayed calm and made me laugh.

Shocking moment gang of women beat man to the ground at Leicester Square Underground station repeatedly stamping on his head

“The boy was shouting something about me, and the officer told him jokingly, ‘What’s my wife got to do with this?’

“It made us all laugh and stopped more violence from happening.”

She added: “We are a generation who have grown up watching aggressive things on social media and playing violent video games, but so have the police.

“Some people might find it hard to believe I want to be a policewoman but I know I could make a big difference.

ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA

FACEBOOK and YouTube are failing to detect young people’s violent social media posts because they don’t understand the slang terms they use, a kids’ charity boss has warned.

Web giants’ efforts to root out violent content have been foiled by street language used by criminals.

Words such as “skengs”, meaning knife or gun, cannot be detected by their computer algorithms, according to Barnardo’s chief exec Javed Khan.

He warned social media is being used to manipulate vulnerable youngsters to make them join gangs – a practice known as “baiting the skets”. Mr Khan said: “This is dangerous because social media companies or the police may not be aware of the context and may not flag up the content.

“Tech companies are simply not doing enough to protect children.”

Nearly 80 per cent of Barnardo’s front-line staff believe drugs gangs use social media to recruit children as young as eight for drug running, knife attacks and sex trafficking.

Met Police chief Cressida Dick has said social media apps and sites can “rev people up” and make street violence “more likely”.

“If they had more people like me, there would be more trust and more officers would be able to build relationships with kids in their schools and homes.

“It’s a long shot, I know, but I really hope I get an interview. We’ll have to see if one of the big police bosses is willing to give me a chance.”

Last month The Sun on Sunday unveiled a task force including youth workers, community leaders and MPs to try to tackle the problem.

It called for a ban on online knife sales, more community sports, specially trained school bobbies, a crackdown on middle-class drug use and help for child drug-deal “slaves”.

 At least 51 people have been stabbed to death in London this year - pictured a forensics investigation at a crime scene in Ducketts Common outside Turnpike Lane station in North London

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At least 51 people have been stabbed to death in London this year – pictured a forensics investigation at a crime scene in Ducketts Common outside Turnpike Lane station in North London

Home Secretary Sajid Javid backed the initiative, saying: “I’m really pleased you’ve done this.”

Nancy, who has had to conceal her identity for her own safety, was just seven when her mum disappeared back to Africa, leaving her to fend for herself for two years.

She recalled: “I used to cry every single night, wondering where my mum was and praying she’d come home. By the time she returned I was a different kid — restless and insecure.

“It didn’t help that we kept getting evicted. So every time I got settled we would have to pack our bags again.”

SLANG TERMS: WHAT THEY MEAN

BAIT THE SKETS: Manipulate kids to make them join gangs

SKENGS: Guns

BORRAS: Knives

NITTYS: Drug addicts

NEEKS: Drug dealers

LIVE CORN:
Ammunition

CRASH CORN: Fire your gun

HOOTERS: Shooters

SPINNERS: Revolvers

PLUGGING: Carrying drugs, sometimes in your bottom

DUMPIES: Shotguns

EASTMEN: East Londoners

Nancy was permanently excluded from school and said: “I don’t even remember why. I just had a lot of things on my mind.” In Tottenham she witnessed the 2011 riots, which saw widespread looting and the worst civil unrest since the 1981 race riots.

She said: “If I close my eyes I can still smell the burning and hear the sirens wailing.

“Tottenham was falling down. People were just killing people everywhere.”

Nancy soon drifted on to “the road” — street slang for gang life — and was an experienced drug dealer by the age of 13.

 'Young people are stabbing each other' all over Lawless London

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‘Young people are stabbing each other’ all over Lawless London

She does not attend school and spends her illegal income from drug sales on designer clothing.

She said: “Girls play a big part in this life.

“If you are a drug dealer, having a girl by your side gives you more protection from the Feds (police).

“They can make it look like they are hugging or kissing a girl when really they are passing her drugs to sell.

“It’s the way it is — if you chill with the mandem (male gang members), they will ask you to do stuff.”

The violent ‘drill’ music genre where rappers sing about drugs, dealing, stabbings and shootings

For Nancy, a typical day involves going to the bando (drug den) first thing to collect drugs before taking up a designated spot to do shots (sell and deliver drugs). On other days, the olders (senior, usually male dealers) send her out to steal mobile phones, expecting her to bring back two or three in exchange for around £200 each, depending on the models.

Just like their male counterparts, girl recruits are expected to be loyal, punctual and never sample the food (drugs) themselves. Punishments for breaking the rules are brutal.

Nancy said: “If you don’t give them the right amount of money they will slash you. Sometimes they send girls to slap other girls.

“A lot of these people have nothing to lose — they will just box you up.”

Man stabbed four times by hoodie gang after being cornered down alley in Leicester

Some girls are used to cover up the use of knives.

She explained: “They get told to stay at home and are asked to hide weapons — knives under pillows, guns under the bed. The thinking again is that they are less likely to be searched.”

Nancy says some girls are able to escape gang life by forming relationships with more superior gang members and having their children.

She added: “Their lives are lavish. The kids are in designer gear, they live in nice council houses and wear nice trainers.

“But us ordinary road girls don’t want to get pregnant because it’s bad for business.

“I wish there was a way out for me. It’s just the money that keeps me on the road.

“Money has always been tight at home, I’ve never had any and because I left school early there are no other jobs so shotting (selling drugs) is better.

“But there is a price. You can get beaten up by the olders and beaten up by the people you are selling to.

“Someone I know had their spine broken and people have been stabbed.”

Video shows police services at the scene in East London where a teenage boy was stabbed to death after a huge brawl

Police divers trawl lake in desperate search for man who vanished while swimming in 30C temperatures

POLICE are tonight carrying out a massive search and rescue operation after a man went missing while swimming amid Britain’s ongoing heatwave.

The man, in his thirties, got into trouble while swimming at Crown Lakes near Peterborough, Cambs this afternoon.

 Police divers took to the water amid fears the man, in his thirties, may have drowned in the Cambridgeshire lake

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Police divers took to the water amid fears the man, in his thirties, may have drowned in the Cambridgeshire lake

A number of police and fire crews rushed to the beauty spot after bystanders saw the man in distress at around 3.30pm.

A helicopter was dispatched as emergency services desperately tried to locate the man, whose identity remains unknown.

Police divers also took to the water amid concerns for the man’s safety.

Parts of the lake were cordoned off as detectives feared the man may have drowned.

 Divers take a boat out into the Crown Lake in Cambridgeshire

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Divers take a boat out into the Crown Lake in Cambridgeshire
 A helicopter was also dispatched as the emergency services desperately searched for the man

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A helicopter was also dispatched as the emergency services desperately searched for the man
 A number of police, fire crews and ambulances rushed to the scene this afternoon

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A number of police, fire crews and ambulances rushed to the scene this afternoon
 Police said the man was seen getting into trouble while swimming

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Police said the man was seen getting into trouble while swimming
 Bystanders raised the alarm after seeing the man in distress as he swam

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Bystanders raised the alarm after seeing the man in distress as he swam

A Cambridgeshire police spokesman said: “We are currently searching for a male in his 30s who became distressed while in the water at Crown Lakes in Farcet, near Peterborough.

“This has involved police, fire and ambulance services.

“We received the call just before 3.30pm and the area is still sealed off.”

No one from Cambridgeshire police was available tonight to give an update on the search operation.

 An area around the lake was cordoned off as emergency services carried out their search

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An area around the lake was cordoned off as emergency services carried out their search
 Police were tonight desperately searching for the missing man

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Police were tonight desperately searching for the missing man

It comes after a 20-year-old man became the third person to drown in a Manchester reservoir this month during the heatwave.

He got into difficulty at Audenshaw Reservoir and was later pulled out by police but he later died in hospital.

 Crown Lakes is a popular beauty spot in Cambridgeshire

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Crown Lakes is a popular beauty spot in Cambridgeshire
 The man was swimming in the lake, near Peterborough, amid Britain's ongoing heatwave

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The man was swimming in the lake, near Peterborough, amid Britain’s ongoing heatwave

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “This is not an area where swimming is permitted given the potential risks to human life as was seen in such tragic circumstances.

“Whilst the hot weather is with us please be aware of potential dangers around swimming/being near deep water lakes.”

Weeks earlier the body of a 19-year-old was recovered from water in Gorton, Manchester, while an 18-year-old swimmer was found drowned in Lostock, Bolton.

Temperatures are expected to remain in the high twenties for much of the country this week.

Body of missing schoolboy Ryan Evans found after he vanished swimming in Westport Lake


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Mum whose baby died in hot car begs to be allowed to kill herself after she’s charged over death

A MUM who accidentally killed her toddler by leaving her in the car in sweltering heat begged police to let her kill herself.

Nicole Engler was charged with manslaughter after her daughter, Remington, was left in the car in 26C temperatures while she went to work as a nurse.

 Nicole Engler left her child to roast in her hot car as she went to work, police say

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Nicole Engler left her child to roast in her hot car as she went to work, police say

She had forgotten to drop the 21-month-old off at nursery and instead drove straight work not realising the toddler was still in the car when she parked, her lawyer has revealed.

In an open letter to the court, David Terry, explained how normally Engler’s husband Peter would take their daughter to nursery, but he had just finished a night shift and was still sleeping that morning.

The couple, from Roseburg, Oregon, had been trying for a baby for 15 years before Remington was born.

Engler, 38, faces manslaughter charges and a medical examiner has concluded the toddler’s death was an accident.

In his letter Mr Terry said Engler was “suicidal and pulling her hair out in clumps” while she was held in police cells.

 The toddler (not pictured) became unconscious

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The toddler (not pictured) became unconscious

Engler had left her daughter in the car while she worked at a family medical centre as a nurse. She had then driven to a coffee shop where she talked to staff about an upcoming holiday the family were going on and how her daughter was having another happy day at Cobb Street nursery before driving back to work.

Mr Terry said it wasn’t until she finished her shift that she then discovered her daughter’s body.

Remington was “unconscious and blue” when she arrived at Mercy Medical Center.

Doctors performed CPR but couldn’t revive the tot.

Mr Terry arrived at the hospital that day on Thursday, June 21 on what he says was the “saddest of my 40 year career”.

He wrote: “She lay on the bed, lifeless and intubated, as her father, draped over her body, wept uncontrollably into her bed clothes.”

Engler has now been released on bail and is with her husband and family.

Mr Terry is now trying to get prosecutors to drop the charges and has referred back to a case in 2014 criminal charges against an engineer whose daughter died after he forgot she was in the back seat when he arrived at work were dropped.

Support funds have been set up for donations to Oregon’s Wildlife Safari and to pay for Engler’s court costs and relatives and friends have set up a Facebook group to show their support for the mum.


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Love Island’s Jack Fincham admits he can see himself falling IN LOVE with Dani Dyer – and says he’s ‘nervous’ about meeting her dad

LOVE Island’s Jack Fincham feels like he’s falling in love with Dani Dyer as he admits being “nervous” to meet her dad.

In a never-before-seen clip played on Love Island: The Weekly Hot List tonight, viewers discovered how deeply Jack feels about his girlfriend when he said the L-word for the first time.

 Loved up Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham became boyfriend and girlfriend this week

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Loved up Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham became boyfriend and girlfriend this week

Chatting to Doctor Alex George after the recoupling, Jack said: “Mate I could easily fall in love with her, mate. Easily.

“It’s on the way mate, it’s on the way.”

His confession came before the pen salesman asked Danny Dyer’s daughter to be his girlfriend.

Later in the show, he revealed being “nervous” about meeting her EastEnders star dad.

 Jack admitted his feelings to Doctor Alex George
Jack admitted his feelings to Doctor Alex George

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Talking about being boyfriend and girlfriend, Jack said: “It’s weird saying it, isn’t it? But hopefully we’ve got years of it.”

Dani then suggested their families get together for a meal to bond.

Jack said: “I want you to meet my mum and nan. Obviously I want to meet your family too.”

Dani added: “You’ve obviously got to meet my family too and go out for dinner.

“They can all be there.”

Then Jack joked: “It’s like we’re getting married. We’ll go out for a nice meal and have some drinks.

 Dani said she wants Jack to meet her dad Danny Dyer
Dani said she wants Jack to meet her dad Danny Dyer

“It’s the best way to do it, get them all together and say ‘what do you reckon of us two then?'”

He added: “Although I say ‘oh I’ll be alright’, of course I’m nervous to meet your dad.

“I’ll be proper sweating.”

 The pen salesman had been desperate to make things official with Dani 

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The pen salesman had been desperate to make things official with Dani 

The pair have been coupled up since the start of the ITV2 show, making them the longest-standing couple.

Earlier this week Jack mustered up the courage to ask Dani to be his girlfriend.

Viewers’ hearts were melted when she agreed to make things official.

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