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A teenager from Bilborough, Nottingham has received a full refund after paying £450 for a photo of an Xbox One.
Peter Clatworthy thought he had bought a new console on the online store, eBay, but it turned out he had been conned.
The 19-year-old wanted to buy the Xbox One for his son.
A schoolboy with complex learning difficulties has been Tasered by police in the grounds of a school owned by the exclusive Priory Group.
Devon and Cornwall Police were called to Chelfham Senior School near Plymouth, which specialises in children with learning difficulties including behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, after reports of an alleged assault on a teacher.
The force confirmed officers deployed a Taser during the incident, which involved three boys, a 15-year-old and two 14-year-olds, after reports that knives were brandished at officers.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has not been contacted in relation to the incident.
The alleged victim was treated at the scene by paramedics for chest and head injuries before being taken to Derriford Hospital.
All three boys involved in the incident were jointly charged with affray and will appear at Plymouth Magistrates' Court on 20th December.
Flags are being flown at half mast at buildings across the world as a mark of respect at passing of Nelson Mandela.
The West Yorkshire police officer who was shot during a routine call to investigate a disturbance in Leeds has been named today.
Thirty three-year-old Suzanne Hudson was left with serious injuries to her face, neck and hand, when a firearm was discharged when she called at a house in the Hyde Park area of Leeds on Wednesday.
Pc Hudson remains in a serious but stable condition in a Leeds hospital. Her colleague PC Richard Whiteley was uninjured in the incident.
37-year-old James Leslie, of Queenswood Drive, Leeds, appeared before Leeds magistrates today accused of attempting to murder two police officers.
He was remanded in custody to appear again at Leeds Crown Court on December 20. There was no application for bail.
The queue for the book of condolence at South Africa House is growing steadily, snaking around the building and down Duncannon Street.
Former Conservative Party chairman Lord Tebbit said Nelson Mandela was the leader of a movement that resorted to terrorism and the Tories were right to shun sanctions against South Africa at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle.
Lord Tebbit told BBC Radio 4's World At One: "You have to act within the constraints of the time and I get very irritated by people who judge the past by the present. It is not very sensible."
"After all, if you do that you might finish up declaring that Cromwell was a terrorist and that wouldn't be a very sensible view to take, would it?"
Reminded that many Conservatives had called Mandela a terrorist in the 1980s, he replied: "He was the leader of a political movement which had begun to resort to terrorism."
A suspected drug trafficker who featured in the Operation Captura ‘unlucky thirteen’ campaign has been arrested in The Netherlands.
Ian Stanton, aged 42, from Liverpool, was captured at a house in Rotterdam by the Dutch Police.
Stanton, who is wanted by the National Crime Agency, is allegedly involved in a conspiracy to supply more than 400 kilos of cocaine. The drugs were found in May hidden in a container of frozen Argentinean beef.
Extradition proceedings are now underway.
The flags are flying at half mast and visitors are leaving tributes at the Nelson Mandela Museum in the former South African president's hometown of Qunu.
Thousands of fish have been evacuated from a sea life sanctuary in Hunstanton in Norfolk following last night's flooding.