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Police say two men's deaths in house in Bebington are 'unexplained'

Police found two men's bodies Credit: PA Pictures

An investigation is underway after the bodies of two men were found at a house in Wirral in the early hours of Monday, June 2. Police officers were called to a house on Kennet Road in Bebington just after midnight.

Once inside, they found the bodies of two men aged 47 and 54. At this time, their deaths are being treated as unexplained. The men's next of kin are now in the process of being informed. Formal identification is still to take place.

Post-mortem examinations will be carried out in due course and a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident is continuing. Anyone with information is asked to call the police non-emergency 101 number.

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Tufnell responded to the club's appeal for coaches with: "looks like you've already read my coaching manual!"

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Teenager stabbed in Birkenhead

Police are investigating after a 15-year-old boy was stabbed in Noctorum in Birkenhead.

It happened around 4pm on Tuesday, 15 April.

Officers had received reports of several teenagers fighting in a field.

The teenager was stabbed in the right leg and lower back and is being treated at Arrowe Park hospital.

Police say his injuries are not life-threatening.

Sophie's Choice campaign moves to Westminster

Sophie Jones died last month. Credit: .

Earlier access to cervical cancer screening could move a step closer today as a Liverpool MP presents the case for a full debate on the issue to a Parliamentary Committee.

Steve Rotheram, who represents Walton, will address the Backbench Business Committee and formally call for a debate after the number of people signing an e-petition in support of one reached almost 320,000.

Campaigners began their push for a change in medical procedure after the death in March of Merseyside teenager Sophie Jones.

Wirral woman receives scam cancer email

A grandmother from Wirral is speaking out over a distressing email scam that suggests people may have cancer.

Bernadette Gonzales was waiting for results of blood tests when the fake letter arrived arrived in her inbox.

It warned her white blood cell count was low and there was "a suspicion of cancer."

It's thought those behind the scam may be trying to obtain password information.

Ann O'Connor reports.

Police hunt Wirral hospice thief

Police are hunting a thief who stole a catalytic converter from a hospice minibus in Wirral.

Officers were called on Tuesday 18 March, at around 12.15pm to St Johns Hospice in Bebington.

Neighbourhood Sergeant Jim Steele said:

I find it very difficult to comprehend how anyone could stoop so low as to steal things from a hospice.

"The minibus is used to help transport staff and patients and I'm sure the whole community in Bebington will share my desire to see the person or people responsible brought before the courts. "We have a report that a man was seen on the car park near the minibus at around 8.45pm last night, Monday, 17 March. He's described as in his 20s and is believed to have picked something up then carried it away.

I'd urge anyone who has seen anything suspicious in the area since Friday night, or has any other information, to get in touch with us. The information may seem trivial, but it could help us identify the person or people responsible for this deplorable crime.

– Sergeant Jim Steele, Merseyside Police
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