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Police hunting Jed Allen over Didcot deaths

Credit: Thames Valley Police

Officers are hunting a man called Jed Allen in connection with the deaths of a man, woman and girl in Didcot, Oxfordshire, Thames Valley Police said.

Investigating officer, Detective Superintendent Chris Ward said:

We believe that Jed Allen is related to the victims and that this was a domestic incident.

Jed is white, about 6ft, of stocky build, and has a distinctive tattoo of a spider on his left hand.

If you see Jed please do not approach him, instead call 999 immediately.

– Det Supt Chris Ward


Harman: EU referendum is a 'huge question' for Britain

Acting Labour leader has outlined her argument explaining why her party would now back an EU in out referendum.

Harman: EU referendum is a 'huge question' for Britain. Credit: PA

Harriet Harman, speaking on the Andrew Marr show, said: "There is a huge question. Is our future as 60 million people outside of Europe on our own, or are we going to be one of those big building blocks."

It is not inconsistent to say that we recognise that our future is better in Europe than outside of Europe but we want to see Europe change, not only for this country, but because all around Europe they have got to address the question of people feeling like Europe is too centralised, insufficiently accountable and insufficiently in touch.

– Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman

"We would be on our own. If we were outside of Europe we would be a small country, outside those big continental building blocks around the globe," Ms Harman added, pointing out that "timing"was key, and the vote must not be at the same time as other important elections.


Pep Guardiola drenched after 25th league title win

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Bayern Munich's manager Pep Guardiola received a rather unconventional shower after his side won their 25th German Bundesliga title.

The team were in the mood to celebrate after capping off a winning season with a 2-0 victory over Mainz 05 and midfielder David Alaba gave his manager a beery drenching to kick off the party.

Malaysian police find 'human trafficking mass grave'

Mass graves and the site of a suspected human trafficking camp have been discovered by Malaysian police in towns and villages bordering Thailand, a senior minister has said.

Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said officials are determining whether the graves were of human trafficking victims, but did not say how many dead bodies were discovered.

"This is still under investigation," he told reporters at the sidelines of an event in Kuala Lumpur.

According to media reports, the mass graves were believed to contain bodies of hundreds of migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Australian PM rejects gay marriage referendum proposal

Australia's political leaders on Sunday rejected the idea of a referendum on gay marriage following Ireland's successful vote.

When questioned on Sunday about whether Australia should have a referendum on the issue, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said it's a matter to be resolved in parliament.

Leader of the opposition Bill Shorten also supports a vote in parliament but is pushing for Tony Abbott to allow a conscience vote within his own party.

In 2012 the House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted against legislation that would allow same sex couples to marry.

Forty two MPs voted in support of the bill while 98 voted against.

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