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Essex police hunt man after knife-point robbery

Essex police are trying to trace a suspect who held a knife up to a man and demanded money from him in Clacton just before 1am on Saturday 2nd December.

He fled the scene with cash, no-one was injured.

Police say they are keen to speak to a group of four people who were being hassled by the suspect prior to the attack.

The suspect is described as:

  • Aged between 20 and 30-years old
  • Short brown mousy hair
  • Wearing a blue T-shirt

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Milton Keynes woman campaigning for a change in law over sexual abuse compensation

A woman from Milton Keynes who was repeatedly raped by her father in the 1970s says she feels punished again after being refused compensation.

54-year old Alissa Moore, who has waived her right to anonymity, was told she wasn't entitled to a pay out because the abuse happened before a change in the law.

Now her campaign to get the law changed has been debated in Parliament.

Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.

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Postcode lottery decides your good or bad life chances

A report on social mobility suggests that where you live has a huge impact on your future. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A new report has highlighted a stark postcode lottery across the Anglia region in your chances of getting on in life.

The State of the Nation report on social mobility suggests that where you live has a huge impact on your future.

Rural, coastal and former industrial areas are said to offer some of the most limited opportunities - with lower pay and fewer top jobs.

Corby in Northamptonshire comes fourth worst in the country with Wellingborough's at seventh and Waveney in Suffolk at 11th from bottom.

East Hertfordshire and neighbouring Uttlesford in Essex are among the best areas - near the top of the table at 14th and 20th respectively.

  • Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Byrd who has been to Corby

Major signal fault causes disruption on trains

Credit: PA

Rail passengers are facing delays this afternoon due to major signal failures at London Liverpool Street station.

It means all Greater Anglia trains in and out of the station will be delayed or cancelled. Services on the mainlines from Norwich and Cambridge are affected, as well as those via Essex and Hertfordshire.

Although most lines have now reopened, the train operator says there is likely to be disruption until at least 4pm.

Check if your journey will be affected here.

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