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Family GP Dr Davinder Jeet Bains, 46, who used a secret camera inside his wristwatch to record himself abusing more than two dozen female patients at his surgery was jailed for 12 years at Swindon Crown Court after admitting a string of sex charges.
A mother who bravely stepped in while witnessing events unfold in Woolwich has spoken exclusively to ITV News about why she wanted to intervene. When Ingrid Loyau-Kennett got off the bus she was expecting to carry out first aid to the soldier on the road.
But, within moments, she found herself instead reasoning with the two suspects.
Neighbours say the flat door in Greenwich was smashed open by balaclava-wearing police armed with machine guns.
Officers were heard shouting "get down on the floor". Two women thought to be sisters were handcuffed and led away.
A teenage boy, a toddler and a baby were also taken away.
British people are united across different faiths, different backgrounds in their horror of crimes like this. That is why terror will lose.From @Ed_Miliband on Twitter:
Elwen Evans QC, prosecuting, said April's body has not been found because Bridger was trying to cover up what he had done.
She said: "Why has April's body, not any a part of it, been found?"
The defendant replied: "I have put her somewhere where it hasn't been found."
Bridger denied putting the body somewhere "carefully chosen".
Miss Evans said: "It's just one of those things? That wherever you have put her was just a search site that the police never looked? Is that what you are saying?"
Bridger replied: "You are asking me to speculate here and I can't do that."
Miss Evans said: "You really are not going to give us any assistance as to what you did?"
Bridger said he told police at the time about the places he had been and walked, including caves and rivers.
Miss Evans said police had been "up hill and down dale, down mine shafts and not found her anywhere".
The prosecution is now taking the court through evidence found in Mark Bridger's house.
Elwen Evans QC put it to the defendant that a number of knives were found around his fireplace.
Mr Bridger responded that he 'loves bushcraft' and that they are 'tools' he uses.
Miss Evans questioned Mr Bridger about what she says is a 'boning knife' near his fire.
Mr Bridger denied that it is such a knife, saying that it is a 'normal kitchen knife'.
He has refuted allegations from the prosecution that his version of what happened to April is 'a story'.
Mark Bridger said: "I have cooked a number of animals in the cottage on the fire, including squirrel and rabbit."
During a visit to Woolwich the Mayor of London said those guilty of yesterday's "horrific" attack would be brought "speedily to justice".