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The National Crime Agency has confirmed that six people are in custody being questioned by police over allegations of football match fixing, following information passed from the Sun on Sunday to police. In a statement, the NCA said:
The NCA can confirm that the Sun on Sunday has passed material from its own investigation to the National Crime Agency.
An active NCA investigation is now underway and we are working closely with the Football Association and the Gambling Commission.
Six people are in custody and are being questioned by NCA officers. We cannot comment further at this stage.
Ukip councillor Victoria Ayling has defended herself after a video of her emerged of her saying she would like to "send the lot back" when talking about her political position on immigration and multiculturalism.
Mrs Ayling said her comments within the video, made by her ex-husband, had been taken out of context, and she was referring to illegal immigrants.
Crowds of angry anti-government protesters toppled a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. Once the statue was down, the demonstrators decapitated it and attacked it with hammers.
There are more working families living in poverty in the UK than non-working ones, new research by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has revealed.
It is the first time such a balance has been recorded.
Some 6.7 million working families live below the poverty line, an increase of 500,000 on last year, compared with a combined 6.3 million of retired families and the out-of-work, the charity said.
Crowds of protesters toppled a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin in Kiev and attacked it with hammers.
Protesters in Kiev have decapitated the statue of Lenin, the Kyviv Post reports.
The statue was guarded by the police in previous demonstrations, after the anti-government protesters tried to topple it in the past:
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Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 15-year-old girl from Kesgrave in Suffolk. Tiffany Ambrose was last seen at around 8pm on Friday night.She left her home address in Windrush Road, Kesgrave and has not returned since.
She is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build, with blond hair that is shaved on the right hand side and brushed over to the left. She also has blue eyes and a stud in her right eyebrow.
She was last seen wearing black leggings, a green camouflage jacket and possibly white trainers.
Officers believe Tiffany is still in the local area and are asking anyone with information as to where she is to get in contact immediately on 101.
Hundreds of thousands of pro-Europe protesters gathered at Kiev's main square to put more pressure on Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovic.
Mr Yanukovic is seeking closer ties with Russia after recently dumping a trade pact with the European Union.
He met the Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday. The opposition said this was an indication he is preparing to take Ukraine into a Moscow-led customs union, which they see as an attempt to recreate the Soviet Union.
"We are on a razor's edge between a final plunge into cruel dictatorship and a return home to the European community," jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko said in an emotional message to the crowd read out by her daughter Yevgenia.
Organisers said the number of protesters could swell to 1 million.
The rally marks a further escalation in a weeks-long confrontation between authorities and protesters that has raised fears for political and economic stability in the former Soviet republic of 46 million people.