Hundreds of passengers who took a Titanic Memorial Cruise from Southampton, to hold a memorial service over the site of the wreck, are threatening to sue the organisers in a row over fuel surcharges.
A restaurant manager at Gatwick Airport who sexually assaulted two teenage colleagues has been sentenced to a three-year community order and made to sign the sex offenders register.
David Hartwell, 26, abused his position to take advantage of the girls between November 2009 and August 2010.
He was found guilty by majority on two counts of sexual assault following a trial at Hove Crown Court last month and sentenced at Croydon Crown Court.
He will sign the sex offenders register for five years.
Hartwell, of Rookwood Avenue, New Malden, Surrey, was also given a six-month curfew, from 9pm to 6am, and he was ordered to pay £1,200 costs.
Thames Valley Police made the arrests during a series of early morning raids on Thursday. The age of the six men ranges from 26 to 37. They face charges include rape, conspiracy to rape a child, trafficking and supplying drugs. Four other men have been released on police bail.
A total of 13 suspects were arrested in Oxford on Thursday by police investigating claims 24 vulnerable girls under 16 were groomed for rape.
A driver who struck a police officer and then fled the scene has been jailed for seven years.
Stephen John Fahri, 30, of no fixed abode, was sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court after pleading guilty to grievous bodily harm with intent to resist arrest and dangerous driving.
The incident occurred in Southborough on Dec 9 last year. The officer stood in front of the car, which drove at him, the policeman ending up on the bonnet.
The officer was not seriously injured and hopes to return to duty soon.