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Destiny's story: facing exclusion as a teenager

Life as a teenager can be difficult and confusing - even more so when you are excluded from school.

In the second of our series of reports on education after exclusion, we meet 15 year old Destiny. She tells us what life is like when you go to a school where all your classmates have been excluded too.

And her head teacher tells ITV News that increasing numbers of children are being kicked out, as schools struggle to improve their results.

Click below to watch Elodie Harper's report:

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Bombs discovered at waste recycling site

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Police are currently investigating reports of a quantity of bombs found at a waste recycling site in Suffolk.

Officers were initially called at approximately 12.10pm today after three devices were discovered in amongst some scrap metal at the site, just outside of Ipswich.

Bomb disposal experts and police officers attended the site and confirmed that the devices were air drop bombs - potentially from World War Two.

The devices were not believed to contain explosives and have been taken away by bomb disposal experts.

At approximately 3pm, police were again called following reports that more of the devices had been found. The bomb disposal squad and officers from Suffolk Police are currently on scene and there is not believed to be any threat to members of public.

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Man arrested after six people stabbed in Northampton

Eight people were injured in the incident, six were stabbed Credit: PA

Police have arrested a 19-year-old man after six people were stabbed and two others injured in Northampton.

The incident happened on Bridge Street in the early hours of Friday 12th December.

The eight people were all hospitalised; seven of them have now been discharged. Police say the eighth victim remains in hospital in a stable condition.

The 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm.

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Family of woman believed to have been killed by her butcher husband, say she was "a kind soul"

Oliver Ruse and Deborah Ruse.

The family of a woman from Suffolk believed to have been killed by her butcher husband, say she was "a kind soul" who made everyone feel loved.

39-year-old Deborah Ruse was discovered at her home in Long Melford in November, just hours after her husband Oliver Ruse was found dead at a multi storey car park in Bury St Edmunds.

Yesterday, an inquest heard that Mrs Ruse had 'chopping wounds to her head and neck'. It heard an axe found at the scene had her blood and Mr Ruse's DNA on it.

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