A 50-year-old man has been arrested after he appeared to push a woman in front of a bus on Putney Bridge. CCTV footage captured the moment the 33-year-old woman was knocked into the road and narrowly avoided a passing double-decker bus. The police have detained the suspect in Chelsea and he remains in custody in a south London police station.
It is believed 700,000 Dutch chicken eggs contaminated with pesticide Fipronil went on sale in the UK. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said the risk to the public was low due to many of the eggs being mixed with other eggs to make sandwich fillings. Plus, any products identified as being at risk are in the process of being removed from shelves.
Victims as young as 12 are are being sold to families in the UK, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA). NCA believe modern slavery and human trafficking is more prevalent than previously thought with 300 live police operations taking place across the country.
The Bank of England will continue to use notes containing traces of animal fat despite criticism from activists. Eighty-eight percent of respondents were against the use of animal derived additives in the £5, £10 and £20 notes. In a statement, the Bank of England said: "This decision reflects multiple considerations including the concerns raised by the public, the availability of environmentally sustainable alternatives, positions of our Central Bank peers, value for money, as well as the widespread use of animal-derived additives in everyday products."
Does age really matter when you're a CEO? After just eight months, Lego are replacing their 61-year-old chief executive with a younger person. According to reports from the Financial Times, Bali Padda was aware the company were actively looking for his successor and the change in management has nothing to do with his performance, but simply "his age".