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Immigration battle for paramedic's Thai wife and boys

Winton and Jue Perry and their family may be forced to leave Norfolk. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A student paramedic from Norfolk says he and his family could be forced to leave the UK because the Home Office won't allow his Thai wife to stay here.

Winton and Jue Perry from West Raynham have been fighting the immigration system for nearly 4 years.

Now they say they've run out of options and may have to leave against their will.

Winton and Jue met in Thailand. They were friends for years, then fell in love and got married. Jue was already a mother, with baby boys - Harlow, William and Henry.

The family moved to England, and hoped that as a married couple Jue would be given permanent leave to remain.

Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Olivia Kinsley

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Vehicles damaged on A11 after bricks thrown from bridge

Police are trying to trace vandals spotted throwing bricks from a bridge over the A11 in Norfolk.

Two vehicles were damaged on Wednesday 22 February - one on the windscreen and the second on the front bumper.

Police are trying to trace a vandal who threw bridge over the A11 in Norfolk.

The incident happened around 2.30pm on the Besthorpe Road Bridge over the A11in Attleborough.

In another incident at 1.20pm on Friday 24 February Norfolk Police said there were reports a man throwing glass from the same bridge but there was no damage.

This man is described as wearing a pink jacket and a hat with flaps which covered his ears. He was also seen riding a bike.

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Divers search lake for clues in teen murder inquiry

17-year-old Liam Hunt was stabbed to death in Northampton on Valentine's Day. Credit: Northamptonshire Police

Police investigating the murder of teenager Liam Hunt in Northampton have recovered items from a lake in the town.

Divers have spent two days searching the lake at Delapre Abbey and the articles found will now undergo forensic assessment.

17-year-old Liam Hunt was stabbed to death in Northampton on Valentine's Day.

Detectives are continuing to appeal for information from the public

Six people have been charged with murder.

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