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Two High Court judges have thrown out a bid by a political blogger to take legal action against Mid Bedfordshire MP Nadine Dorries.
Timothy Ireland was an Independent candidate for Bedfordshire in the May general election. He had alleged that Ms Dorries had made "false statements" about his "personal character and conduct".
The judges ruled he hadn't given Ms Dorries proper notice of his claim.
A woman has been taken to hospital after she was attacked by a herd of cows in a field at Clapham near Bedford.
The East of England Ambulance Service was called to Green Lane in Clapham at 11.28am on Wednesday 29 July.
"The patient, a woman in her 60s, was taken to Bedford Hospital by land ambulance with head and neck injuries, which are not believed to be life threatening."
It's been a day of misery for commuters using road and rail links across the region after a series of incidents caused huge delays for thousands of people.
On the roads, some of the worst congestion was seen on the M1 after a crash at Milton Keynes. Problems too on the A14 near Cambridge, which also led to congestion on the M11.
Meanwhile trains stopped running between Milton Keynes and London after a person was hit by a train. And services from Cambridge and Bishop's Stortford to London were affected by problems to overhead lines.
It came on the day that a new survey named Wellingborough as the town which offers the best deal to commuters when comparing factors such as house prices and the cost and time of travelling to London.
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A man has been jailed for 18 years for a string of child sex offences.
Clint Gilbert, who is 21 and from Bedford, groomed families in order to gain unsupervised access to their children.
Gilbert sexually assaulted young children and shared images of his victims across the internet for two years.
Links to Gilbert were made when files he shared on the internet were discovered as part of another investigation.
Gilbert pleaded guilty to 14 charges last month, including nine sexual assaults on five young children in the town and a further five charges relating to possessing and distributing indecent images.
This significant sentence shows the gravity of offences committed by Gilbert. The trauma he inflicted on his victims and their families is despicable and we are pleased that he has received such a long stretch behind bars.
Nothing can ever undo the harm he has caused however we hope this gives the families some closure."
Gilbert is due to be put on the Sex Offenders’ Register.
A 10-year-old boy has gone missing from his home in Luton.
Gabriel Silvera was last seen at around 2.30pm at his home in Alder Crescent in Marsh Farm.
He was reported missing by his family at approximately 3.30pm.
If you know of his whereabouts, please contact police on 101.
- Update: Gabriel was later found safe and well
Bedfordshire Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace in connection with a fire in a Dunstable.
Offenders set fire to a garage block off Langdale Road at about 12.20pm on Sunday 26 July.
Police want to trace a man who was seen entering Tesco after the incident.
"We are keen to trace this man as we believe he could have important information about the fire.
"I would also appeal to the man directly to come forward to police."