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Almost half of the protesters facing court action after the anti-fracking protests in Sussex last year have had the charges against them dropped.
There were huge demonstrations at Balcombe when the energy company Cuadrilla was given a licence for test drilling for gas - or oil. Fracking was NOT carried out.
But many prosecutions have been abandoned for lack of evidence.
Today, protesters criticised the way police made arrests. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Network Rail has apologised to the families of people killed on level crossings - after showing a 'callous disregard for their feelings'.
MPs on the Government's Transport Committee slammed the rail authority for seeking to blame victims for causing their own deaths.
Ten people have been killed in the last 10 years - at Ufton Nervet - near Reading. Seven people lost their lives there in 2004 when a train crashed into a stationary car. In May 2009, Julia Canning was killed at the Fairfield level crossing at Little Bedwyn while walking her dogs.
And in January last year, 85yr-old Thomas Pizzey was killed in Yarnton when his car stalled on the crossing. Andrew Pate spoke to Spencer Canning (whose wife died), Louise Ellman MP (Chair, Transport Committee), Mark Carne (Network Rail) and David Main (who's wife and daughter died at Ufton Nervet.)
Oxfordshire's Sir Richard Branson turns the tables on Jonathan Ross after tipping a glass of water over the chat show's head.
Sir Richard, whose Virgin Airways airline is based in Sussex, tweeted a picture of him having the last laugh ahead of his appearance on the ITV show.
Hampshire Police investigating an attack on a teenage girl are trying to trace a man in connection with the incident in Southampton.
A 15-year-old girl said that she and a friend were walking along Kathleen Road in the Bitterne area when a jogger approached them saying they had knocked over a bin.
The girl said the man grabbed her hair and punched her in the ribs. She went home without seeking medical attention. It happened at around 4.30pm on Tuesday 4th February.
The man has been described as white, in his 40s or 50s, 5’4” approx., with average build and messy grey hair.
PC Alexa Ward from Bitterne Safer Neighbourhoods team said: "I’m looking to identify the man involved. It appears he was jogging on a regular route. “His behaviour was unacceptable and I would like to speak with him about what happened.
“I would like to hear either directly from him or anyone who recognises him.”.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Ward at Bitterne police station on 101 or via the anonymous Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.
A woman from Herne Bay, who went on a cruise, has been left feeling permanently seasick after developing a rare condition triggered by travelling by boat. Tom Savvides talks to Diane Morley and Dr Doris-Eva Bamiou.
The warmer weather is set to continue this weekend with the latest forecast predicting that it will become increasingly sunny on Saturday.
After a cloudy, murky start with some hill fog across England and Wales, it will becoming increasingly sunny and feeling warm, particularly in the south east
On Sunday it will remain sunny in south east England and feeling warm. The top temperature could be 16 degrees Celsius, according to the Met Office.
There will be variable cloud and sunny periods on Monday and Tuesday
– Lizzy Yarnold
The support I’ve had from the local community in West Kingsdown has been amazing – it really helped me whilst I was in Sochi, knowing that there were so many people behind me and cheering me on back home. I hope everyone enjoys riding the gold bus and it brings a smile to a few faces! "
A bus has been painted gold to mark the achievement of West Kingsdown’s Lizzy Yarnold, following her recent gold medal in Russia. Arriva Buses has unveiled a specially painted gold bus which will run through West Kingsdown and the nearby villages of Eynsford, Farningham and Swanley.