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Colonel Richard Kemp, ex commander of British forces in Afghanistan and a past chairman of the Cobra intelligence committee, has said that MI5 and the police may have been able to do more to prevent the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby, reports the Independent on Sunday.
– Colonel Richard Kemp
It would have required probably significant additional resources, so that they can increase the number of suspects they monitor.
Even though these two were on their radar, they have to prioritise who they look at, because surveillance, monitoring and communications is all very expensive.
And maybe they need more resources to do that if it is necessary to widen the net, which I think probably it is.
One of only six original 1976 "Apple I" computers still in working order was among the devices sold at the auction "350 years of computer history" in Cologne, Germany on Saturday.
The "Apple 1" device was sold to an unknown telephone bidder for the world record price of Euro 516,461 Euro.
Bob Luther, author of "The First Apple", said:
"Well, the Apple I, there where only 200 built and they came out of the garage of Steve Jobs.
"And then Apple had a trading program, because they wanted to bring them back.
"So, it was about 46 of them (remaining) today. So, it's really the holy grail of collectible technology."
David Cameron may face a revolt from Tory party donors, who have threatened to join the UK Independence Party, according to a report by the Sunday Times (£).
Lord Kalms, former Conservative party treasurer, told the newspaper that he is “willing to pack my bags” and join Ukip unless the prime minister adopts a more robust approach towards Europe.
A former cabinet minister has criticised the government's strategy to tackle Islamist extremism, claiming that it is failing, reports the Observer.
Labour's Hazel Blears MP told the newspaper that those vulnerable to extremist messages were being identified too late.
She added that it was a mistake to take apart her party's policy of funding local authorities that have a population of more than 5% Muslim, helping to stop radicalism by engaging with the community.
Lords from the main political parties will next week attempt to block the government's proposed introduction of gay marriage, reports the Sunday Telegraph.
Police in York are investigating after a man appeared to fall from the Knavesmire Stand at the city's racecourse and sadly died. It happened this afternoon (Saturday) at around 5.30pm.
The 21-year-old man from Bradford was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers are not releasing anymore details but do not believe it to be suspicious.
The Syrian Electronic Army appear to have compromised several Sky Android applications.
A tweet by @SkyHelpTeam said: "We are aware that the Android apps of Sky+,Sky News were hacked and replaced... please remove the apps if you are already installed it"
Woolwich murder victim Drummer Lee Rigby may be honoured with a funeral at Southwark Cathedral, reports the Mail on Sunday.
Southwark, because of its size and proximity to 25-year-old Lee’s barracks in Woolwich, would be "an appropriate and fitting venue for such an occasion," a church source told the newspaper.
Conservatives have considered limiting the number of times patients can visit their family doctor in a year, reports the Independent on Sunday.
Documents examining health reforms ask Tory activists if they agree or disagree with an annual cap on the number of appointments patients can book.
It is one of a number of options grassroots members were asked to look at in a consultation document, Local Health Discussion Brief, posted on the Conservative Policy Forum (CPF) website.
Dr Clare Gerada, chair of the Royal College of GPs, told the Independent on Sunday: "This was obviously written by someone who has never been unwell, or has never met people who work in the health service."
"People come because they are ill or because we are asking them to come because we are concerned about them. What we should do is fund general practice sufficiently so that we can offer flexible appointment times."
A Conservative Party spokesman said: "This was simply a topic to provoke discussion and isn't Conservative Party policy."