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Plane crash pilot "hid illness from employers"

The German Pilots Association say the co-pilot who downed a plane in the French Alps killing 150 people including a man from Hull had no business in a cockpit - amid concerns he was hiding an illness from his employer. Student Paul Bramley had been travelling to the UK when the crash happened. Grace Melody-Gardner reports.

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Man from Lincoln jailed for indecent images

A man from Lincoln has been jailed for making making and possessing indecent images.

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Noah Yabbacombe, 24, has been sentenced to one year imprisonment with a ten year sexual harm prevention order.

He appeared at Lincoln Crown Court and pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent images of children, possession of 811 indecent images, possession of 21 extreme images (bestiality), possession of seven prohibited images, distribution of indecent images of children and two counts of attempting to incite a child into sexual activity.

Whilst on bail, he was arrested again and found to be in possession of indecent images of children. He was further charged with three counts of making, and possession of 717 indecent images of children.

Appeal for witnesses after racially aggravated incident

Police in Grimsby have appealed for witnesses after a racially aggravated incident at Luxemore Services.

The incident happened between 1530 and 1630 on Sunday 1 March.

A customer is alleged to have become involved in a disagreement with a cashier in the service station.

In the course of the disagreement some abusive remarks of a racial nature were said to have been made to the cashier.

Other customers were in the store at the time and police would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the incident.

PM denies Lincolnshire Police is on 'verge of collapse'

Prime Minister David Cameron has dismissed a claim that Lincolnshire Police is on the "verge of collapse".

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The PM referred to Lincolnshire when he was asked a question about funding for police forces during a live TV interview ahead of May's General Election.

A member of the audience quoted Chief Constable Neil Rhodes who said the force was on the "verge of collapse."

In his reply, Mr Cameron said: "I do not accept that. I understand they are under pressure."

When it comes to Lincolnshire, crime has come down, the police are doing a great job but there is more we can do using modern technology to make sure crime continues to fall under this Government and if we do that we will be saving money as well.

– David Cameron

He was speaking during Cameron and Miliband: The battle for No 10 begins, on Channel 4 last night.

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