A 44-year-old man suffering from Down's Syndrome, who came to the UK from Lebanon to escape mental and physical abuse is facing deportation.
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Rail travel is being pushed "out the reach of some ordinary people" by fare increases, the head of a public transport advocacy group said.
Stephen Joseph, executive director of the Campaign for Better Transport, told Good Morning Britain that Government-dictated ticket price hikes mean rail fares are rising four times faster than wages.
Commuters will find out how much rail fares are likely to rise by next year when the Retail Price Index (RPI) for last month is released today.
The annual increase is capped at July's RPI plus 1%, with an extra 2% added to some tickets.
The cost of some train tickets could be almost 6% higher next year.
Rail commuters will be paying close attention to the announcement of last month's Retail Prices Index (RPI) figure today, as it will be used to calculate increases to next year's regulated fares, including season tickets.
Ticket price rises are capped at 1% plus the July RPI figure, expected to be around 2.6%.
Train companies can add another 2% to some fares, as long as the overall average remains as per the formula.
Campaigners say ticket prices are rising four times faster than the average wage and that the measurement used to calculate fare increases has been discredited.
Max Clifford has been allowed out of prison to attend his brother's funeral.
Clifford was seen at North East Surrey Crematorium earlier today wearing a navy suit, pink shirt and sunglasses. He was taken away after the ceremony in a prison van.
The Ministry of Justice says it does not comment on individuals, but prisoners need to apply if they want to go to funerals. The prison then assesses the risk to the public.
Jessica was last seen wearing black leggings, a burgundy jumper and white Converse shoes. She may have taken more clothing with her and may change her outfit.
- Anyone with any information should contact Surrey Police by calling 101 (999 in an emergency) quoting the reference number P14238700
- Jessica Peters is described as white, between 5ft 3” and 5ft 6” tall
- Slim build and long hair which is currently dark brown
- She is also known to dye her hair blonde and it is possible that she may change her hair colour
– Detective Inspector Clive Vale, Surrey Police
Jessica has links with Buckinghamshire it is possible that she is in that area. However we are following various lines of enquiry and are keeping an open mind about her current whereabouts
Police are urgently searching for a 15-year-old girl who may have gone missing with a man in his 20s.
Jessica Peters was last seen around midnight on Saturday, 16 August in Hurst Green in Surrey.
The police are appealing for information after a robbery at a local convenience shop in Tadworth in Surrey this morning.
During the incident the two members of staff, one woman and a man who are both in their 30's, were both tied up by the suspects.
The man was also physically assaulted by the assailants but his injuries are not believed to be serious.
Officers also believe that a member of the public that went into the shop at around the time of the robbery may be a key witness to the incident.
She is described as an elderly woman and officers believe that she had parked her pink car outside the shop between 7.15am and 7.30am, before entering and leaving the premises with no purchases.
Officers would very much like to hear from the lady as she may be able to provide vital information that could assist with the investigation and she is urged to call police on 101.
Government scientists will be at the V Festival to analyse samples of so-called legal highs amid renewed warnings against taking the party drugs.
The Home Office is launching a national campaign highlighting the risks of legal highs including laughing gas, which was more widely used than powdered cocaine and ecstasy last year.
Scientists from the Government's Centre for Applied Science and Technology will go to V Festival in Chelmsford today and tomorrow to examine samples of new psychoactive substances, known as legal highs.
They are aiming to gather information about which new substances are available in the UK. The latest Home Office annual report on the trends is due to be published.
A main route in Surrey has been reopened after a lorry toppled onto its side.
The HGV tipped over at the junction between the A31 and the A331 at Tongham this morning.
The recovery operation has taken several hours as workers battled to get the lorry back on its wheels.
Long delays were reported in the area as the road had to be shut off to allow rescue workers access.
A lorry has rolled onto its side on a major route in Surrey this morning.
The lorry overturned on the A31 near the junction with the A331 at Tongham. One lane is closed.
The driver suffered minor injuries.