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Men jailed after teenager raped after night out in Cambridge

Muhammed Ekici was jailed for rape. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

A man has been jailed for raping a teenager after a night out in Cambridge.

A court heard how Muhammed Ekici was caught on CCTV carrying an 18-year-old woman across Parkers Piece to a flat. Ekici, who's 24, was sentenced to seven years after pleading guilty to rape.

Another man Serham Ozkebapci was jailed for three and half years for sexual assault.

Detective Constable Becky Cohen said: “The calculated and cold-hearted actions they took that night can never be excused.

"Jointly they preyed on a defenceless and vulnerable young woman for their own self-gratification.

"Assisted by the justice system, they will now have time to reflect on their behaviour and I hope they learn to realise the true extent of what they did.”

A behind the scenes look at Addenbrooke's as part of 250th Birthday celebrations

Addenbrooke's Hospital holds an open day Credit: ITV News Anglia

Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge is holding an open day as part of its 250th birthday celebrations.

It also shares the last day of the Cambridge Science Festival.

Visitors have been given the chance to meet people who work behind the scenes and discover the history of the hospital as well.

"This year, we are celebrating 250 years of staff achievement, patient care, research and teaching - a milestone in our history to look back on 250 years' of achievement and look forward to what the next 250 years could hold."

– Jo Timson, Cambridge University Hospitals

Running all day is the Teddy Bear Hospital, in the Deakin Centre, which is part of a national scheme that runs events for primary school children.

During the Open Day, volunteer expert Teddy Doctors will be running different stations, to teach people about healthcare and healthy living in fun way.


Debate over EU future brought to the factory floor

Priti Patel MP brought her campaign to leave the Hudson Group in Suffolk. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A leading campaigner to leave the European Union has brought the debate to the workplace.

Priti Patel, the Conservative MP for Witham, has been visiting a local business in Needham Market in Suffolk to discuss the Brexit campaign with staff.

Her stance puts the Essex MP in direct conflict with the Prime Minister and all the local MPs in Suffolk who believe staying in the EU is best. Plenty of workers at the meeting were still undecided.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer

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