- The teenager was been arrested in London and taken to Luton by police
- Three men, described by police as black and in their twenties, are believed to have forced their way into Tony Abrahams' home at about 3am on Saturday
- The victim's wife and daughter called police after finding Mr Abrahams injured
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George Osborne told MPs London would shoulder a large part of his 37% reduction in transport funding.
The prison was originally opened in 1852 as a mixed prison before becoming the first female-only local prison in England in 1902.
The victim was travelling between Seven Sisters and Highbury and Islington when she was assaulted.