A man from Sandy in Bedfordshire who discovered his grandfather was a Nazi has written a book about his double life.
Derek Niemann uncovered the family secret online while planning a trip to Berlin.
His grandfather Karl was an SS officer who managed slave labour in concentration camps.
He discovered a collection of photographs which showed his double ife in black and while.
He was supervising concentration camps slave labourers there. And his family knew, or certainly my father and his siblings knew nothing of this. My grandfather must have seen people being hung, he must have seen them with skeletal bodies yet he was going home to a normal family."
It will be a cooler and cloudy day with the outside chance of a shower. Highs of 16 deg C.Read the full story ›
Around 25,000 people gathered in Luton today for the annual international carnival.
The highlight of the event - Britain's biggest one day carnival - was the parade - a sea of brightly coloured costumes and performers that proceeded through the town.
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Becoming drier by this evening with the chance of a late sunny spell.Read the full story ›
The annual Luton Carnival is taking place today. Britain's largest one day carnival, the parade always attracts thousands.
Depsite the wet weather crowds gathered in St George's Square to watch it all off at lunchtime...
It is getting busy in St George's Square as crowds wait for the big Luton Carnival parade to arrive.
There is live music and lots of spontaneous dancing, despite the drizzle.
140 Bedfordshire Police officers are on hand to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Lots of people are getting into the carnival spirit with some very colourful costumes.
The Anglia region looks likely to enjoy a drier and sunnier spring than normal in 2015 although temperatures are near normal.Read the full story ›
It should be a dry night tonight and sunny to start on Sunday before the rain creeps in.Read the full story ›