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Earphone company say they are "appalled" by Spurs pitch invasions

The company that has been linked to the pitch invasions at White Hart Lane has responded to accusations that they were behind them. The men who ran onto the pitch during Tottenham's match with Partizan Belgrade were wearing shirts with the logo of the firm BassBuds who make earphones. But the company has tweeted that they are "appalled" by the incidents and do not condone them.

Woman charged with using Twitter to encourage terrorism

A 22 year-old woman from Kennington has been charged by police with encouraging terrorism using the social media website Twitter. Alaa Abdullah Esayed will appear before Westminster Magistrates' Court on December 10. She was originally arrested in June. She is alleged to have posted links and photographs on the website which could have encouraged others to commit terrorist offences.

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Pitch invaders could have been a marketing stunt

A pitch invader heads towards Tottenham's players. Credit: PA

The three men who invaded the pitch during tonight's Europa League match at White Hart Lane were all wearing shirts that carried a logo belonging to an earphone company. There were three invasions in the first half which led to the players being taken off by the referee just before half-time. The game was delayed by ten minutes. A Tottenham steward told ITV Sport's Ned Boulting that the invasions appear to have been co-ordinated.

The invaders were all wearing shirts with a company logo. Credit: PA
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Police: Suspect in double stabbing arrested

A Lithuanian builder wanted on suspicion of stabbing two people to death in their home has been arrested on suspicion of murder, Surrey Police have said.

Viktoras Bruzas, aged 38, was stopped shortly before 6pm as he was driving in Oxshott, Surrey.

A major manhunt was launched after the bodies of Patrick and Gillian Kettyle, who were in their 50s, were found at their home in Fetcham, Surrey, in the early hours of this morning by a member of their family.

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