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Homes 'just a couple of hundred feet' from crash site

Harrison Ford's plane crash was "a very close call" after he managed to crash land on a golf course just a couple of hundred feet from homes, NBC News' Miguel Almaguer said.

Speaking to ITV News, Almaguer aid, "You can see the plane behind me and just in front of me a couple of hundred feet away is an entire neighbourhood, home after home".

"At this point Harrison Ford has not spoken to investigators," he added.

Poll: Greens mostly likely to be seen as 'amateurish'

The ITV News Index poll was carried out by ComRes. Credit: Johnny Green/PA Wire

The Green Party is most likely to be associated by the British public as "idealistic" and "amateurish", according to the latest ITV News Index poll.

The survey of 2,013 British adults suggests just 9% associated the Greens with the phrase "a serious party of Government".

41%
would described the Green Party as "idealistic"
35%
thought the phrase "amateurish" applies to the Green Party

The ITV News Index poll was carried out by ComRes between 27 February and 1 March.

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Cyber attack suspects as young as 16

Two of the 57 Brits arrested are teenage boys. Credit: Simon Galloway/EMPICS Sport

Out of the 57 Brits arrested throughout the UK two are teenage boys, one being as young as 16.

The teen, from Leeds, has been arrested for suspected Computer Misuse Act offences concerning the use of "denial of service" attacks believed to have targeted approximately 350 websites.

An 18-year-old from Watford, Herts, has also been arrested on suspicion of being responsible for the development and administration of tools which have been used in attacks on public sector websites, including police.

A further 25 people have been arrested from London and Essex and a 21-year-old man was arrested in connection with a hacking group that stole more than 400,000 email addresses and passwords from Yahoo! and posted them online.

The various charges for the other people arrested include:

  • Network intrusion and data theft from multinational companies and government agencies,
  • Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks
  • Cyber-enabled fraud
  • Malicious software and virus development

Harrison Ford 'left bloodied' after plane crash

Harrison Ford was reportedly left bloodied with a "huge" cut on his head after the plane he was piloting crash-landed on a golf course.

Harrison Ford was piloting the plane when its engine failed. Credit: APTN

A witness told entertainment website TMZ website, "Four to five men pulled the pilot out of the plane ... They were concerned it would catch on fire."

"Two doctors were there and they had a first aid box with them. He was conscious, talking a little [with] a huge cut on his head. A swath of his skin was missing. There was blood dripping down his face."

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Police find boxing promoter Michael Graydon's body

Michael Graydon went missing two weeks ago. Credit: Lydia Ball

Boxing promoter Michael Graydon's family have told ITV News that Police in Monaco have found his body down a 'deep hole'.

Yesterday sniffer dogs tracked Michael Graydon's scent from La Rascasse nightclub to a church where he was last seen on CCTV nearly two weeks ago.

This morning police and fire crews searched the area and his body was found down a deep hole.

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Former police officer jailed over Gerrard blackmail

A former police officer has been jailed for 22 months for her part in a plot to blackmail Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.

Jones has was found guilty of misconduct in a public office after seizing the CCTV to use as a 'tool for blackmail'.

The 33-year-old illegally obtain CCTV footage of a Formby bar brawl involving Gerrard in August 2013.

Helen Jones will serve a custodial sentence. Credit: PA

Jones got hold of the footage from a local bank after businessman Paul Lloyd had claimed Gerrard and some associates punch and kicked him.

The judge added: "You deliberately created a false impression in the mind of the bank manager that you were investigating a criminal offence.

"In fact you were on a mission to obtain that matter so that you could put it either directly or through an intermediary, who would use it for his own ends, which were nothing whatsover to do with a criminal investigation."

Four more charged in connection with Becky Watts' case

Becky Watts' remains were discovered at a house in Bristol more than a week after she went missing. Credit: ITV News

Four more people have been charged in connection with the Becky Watts' case.

Karl Demetrius and Donovan Demetrius, both 29, Jaydene Parsons, 23, and James Ireland, also 23, have been charged with assisting an offender.

A 23-year old man who was arrested with them on Monday has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.

Becky's stepbrother Nathan Matthews, 28, has already been charged with her murder and his girlfriend Shauna Hoare, 21, is charged with perverting the course of justice.

Report: Putin and top ministers to take 10% pay cut

President Putin will reportedly see his wages slashes by a tenth. Credit: Reuters

Russian President Vladimir Putin is take a 10% pay cut, Agence France-Presse reports.

The earnings of several other top officials will also be cut. Russia is still reeling from the collapse of the ruble.

The wage reduction also applies to all of those employed by the presidency and the council of ministers affected.

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