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Man dies in hospital after being stabbed in Lincoln

A 39-year-old man has died in hospital after being stabbed in Lincoln.

The incident happened at Walnut Place in the city on Friday April 17.

A 42-year-old man and and a 28-year-old woman have been arrested in connection with the incident.

This is a tragedy for the deceased man and his family and friends. We are working hard to establish what happened. To that end officers will be conducting house to house enquires in the area. We need to build up a picture of the circumstances leading up to the stabbing. "

– Det Chief Inspector Martin Holvey, East Midlands Special Operations


Vicar hosts beer festival to raise money for church restoration

Over the past few days, thousands of people have been sampling the delights of Hull's real ales at the annual CAMRA festival.

But far from being in a pub, it has got a rather more unusual location. Holy Trinity Church in the city centre is playing host to the event. As well as educating people from all over the region on local beers, the vicar there hopes to raise money towards refurbishing the church, and restoring the organ.

Football: Saturday's fixture

Saturday's football fixtures Credit: Press Association


Bournemouth v Sheff Wed - kick off 15:00

Charlton v Leeds - kick off 15:00

Huddersfield v Derby - kick off 15:00

League 1

Barnsley v Peterborough - kick off 15.00

Colchester v Scunthorpe - kick off 15.00

Doncaster v Fleetwood - kick off 15.00

Oldham v Chesterfield - kick off 15.00

Sheff Utd v Bradford - kick off 15.00

League 2

Cambridge v Mansfield - kick off 15:00

Shrewsbury v York - kick off 15:00

Police step up campaign in hunt for Beeston sex attacker

Police in Leeds are stepping up their campaign to find the suspect behind a sex attack and attempted murder in the Beeston area of the city.

CCTV images of man they would like to trace in connection with sex attack Credit: West Yorkshire Police

They are handing out leaflets and displaying cctv footage of the man they want following the attack at the beginning of March. Detectives hunting the man say he targetted three other women on the night of the attack.

Read: Police take DNA swabs in hunt for Beeston sex attacker


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Inquest finds soldier was killed by speeding police car

The family of a Hampshire soldier who was killed when he was struck by a police car say their son has not received the full justice he deserves.

The inquest into the death of Joshua Brown heard the officer was driving too fast along the A31 at Hog's back near Guildford when he hit the 21 year old as he walked along the road.

Today the coroner recorded a verdict of death by road traffic accident. Emma Wilkinson was there:

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