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Campaigner sets up camp on minister's roof

New Fathers 4 Justice campaigner
Martin Matthews on Chris Grayling's roof in Surrey Credit: New Fathers 4 Justice

A protester has set up camp on the roof of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling in Ashtead in Surrey. Martin Matthews unrolled a banner saying: “No rights? Go MAD”

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Martin Matthews is believed to have food, water and a mobile phone Credit: New Fathers 4 Justice

Martin Matthews says he has enough supplies to keep him going for five days. Surrey Police say they're monitoring the situation.

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Police are at the scene after being called to reports of a trespasser Credit: New Fathers 4 Justice

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Harry Redknapp welcomes Fer's arrival

Fer scored the the Netherlands at the World Cup.
Fer scored the the Netherlands at the World Cup. Credit: PA

The QPR manager Harry Redknapp has welcomed his new signing Leroy Fer who completed his transfer today:

He played for Holland in the World Cup this summer and has all the attributes you'd be looking for from a central midfielder. He's just an outstanding midfield player - great physique, fine ability, he gets box-to-box. I’m really looking forward to integrating him into the squad.

– Harry Redknapp, QPR Manager on qpr.co.uk

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Tilbury container appears strewn with clothes and bags

Essex Police have released these images of the shipping container from Tilbury Docks that was found to be holding 35 Afghan Sikhs.

The images show the inside of the container half full of liquid containers and strewn with bags and what look like clothes.

The shipping container seized at Tilbury Docks after shouts were heard coming from inside
The shipping container that was seized at Tilbury Docks after shouts were heard coming from inside Credit: Essex Police
The inside of the container where 35 people travelled into the UK
The inside of the container where 35 people travelled into the UK Credit: Essex Police

Aaron Ramsey apologises for getting sent off in Champions League qualifier

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has said sorry for the red card he received in last night's Champions League qualifying match against Besiktas. He will be suspended for the second leg next week.

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Thank you to all the fans that made the trip. Sorry for the red card. I'm sure the lads will do the job in the second leg

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