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"The Producers" crash UKIP party conference

Performers from the theatre production "The Producers" have crashed the opening of the UKIP spring conference in Margate.

The performers, clad in Nazi regalia and driving a white tank, made an appearance outside the Winter Gardens. The venue is hosting the start of the UKIP conference today.

The UK tour of "The Producers" opens in Bromley next week.

Rui Li's husband guilty of her murder

The nurse from Bournemouth went missing in May

The husband of a nurse has been found guilty of her murder. Pierre Legris, 60, has been convicted of killing Rui Li by a jury at Winchester Crown Court.

His son Jonathan Legris, 27, has been found not guilty of conspiracy to murder but guilty of assisting an offender.

Legris, who has already been found guilty of bigamy was married to Irene Smith. She was found not guilty of conspiracy to murder but guilty of assisting an offender and guilty of perverting the course of justice.

A major manhunt was launched after Rui Li went missing in May. The 44 year-old nurse lived in Bournemouth and worked at Poole Hospital. Her body was found in the boot of a car.

Four injured in knife attack robbery

Four people have been injured in a knife attack during a robbery in Wokingham, Berkshire. At least three of the people in the flat were stabbed.

Three men aged 29, 22 and 23 and a 20-year-old woman, were taken to hospital for treatment.

Six offenders - described as black men - entered a residential property in Peach Street, wearing balaclavas. They then assaulted the four people in the flat before leaving.

Their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. The 29-year-old man has been discharged from hospital

This was a frightening incident for those involved and was understandably concerning for the surrounding residents. I would like to reassure the community this is not believed to be a random attack and it is believed the victims were targeted by the offenders.

– Det Sgt Carl Bradford, Reading Force CID

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Arsonists set fire to play parks

The fires in Portsmouth were deliberately started Credit: Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service have discovered the remains of several play parks deliberately set on fire across Porstmouth.

Gas canisters, aerosols and lighter fuel cans have been found.

Credit: Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service

Starting fires, particularly those involving exploding materials such as canisters, poses a serious risk of injury

– Station Manager Damian Watts

Police seek Boscombe bin arsonist

Four bins were set alight in the area Credit: Dorset Police

Detectives are searching for a serial arsonist in Boscombe.

Police were called to reports of a wheelie bin being set alight inside a wooden shed in Boscombe Spa Road. Approximately 20 minutes later, two more bins were set alight in Manor Road. At 4am a fourth bin was set alight in a car park off Wharncliffe Road.

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