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Saints receive record-breaking transfer fee for Mane

Mane was Southampton's top scorer last season with 15 goals in all competitions Credit: Matt Watson/Southampton FC

Southampton FC have confirmed they've received a club record fee from Liverpool for the transfer of Saido Mane.

The Senegalese midfielder left for around £34m.

Mane joined Southampton from Red Bull Salzburg in 2014 and scored 21 goals in 67 Premier League matches.

The previous highest transfer fee received by the Saints was for Luke Shaw's move to Manchester United in 2014, for around £27m.


Specialist teams search for missing woman with dementia

Margaret Lee was last seen in Hook on Monday Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

Specialist police teams are helping in the search for a missing woman with dementia.

Margaret Lee, 75, from Hook in Hampshire has been missing since Monday. She was last seen in Nursery Close at around 5.30pm.

Members of the public are being asked to help spread pictures of Margaret in the hope that she may be found.

She is described as white, around 5ft 5ins tall and wears her white hair in a bob. She was wearing beige-coloured trousers and a pale blue shirt, and was carrying a handbag.

Police are increasingly concerned for the 75 year-old Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

Southampton MP resigns from shadow cabinet

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The Labour MP for Southampton Test has resigned from Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet.

Alan Whitehead MP, says he "cannot give full loyalty" to Jeremy Corbyn as he is "not the right person to lead the opposition".

The Shadow Energy and Climate Change Minister has urged the Labour leader to consider his position "for the sake of the Labour party and the millions of Labour voters and supporters across the country".

19 members of the shadow cabinet have now resigned, calling for Jeremy Corbyn to step down as Opposition leader ahead of a predicted general election. It follows his failure to convince Labour supporters to vote in favour of Britain remaining in the EU and concern that he will not lead Labour to victory if a general election takes place.

Alan Whitehead's resignation letter in full Credit: Alan Whitehead MP


Hythe man pleads guilty to drugs offences

28 year-old Shane Lamb of Elm Crescent, Hythe has pleaded guilty to five offences at Southampton Crown Court

Lamb appeared at Southampton Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply class B Mephedrone, possession of Class C steroids, possession of Class B herbal cannabis, possession of criminal property and failing to disclose key information under RIPA.

It follows a search warrant at an address on Elm Crescent, Hythe on December 9th 2014. Officers seized a quantity of Class C steroids, an ounce of herbal cannabis and 80g of Mephedrone (mcat).

Police also found a ‘deal list’ showing £2300 of money owed for previously supplied drugs and counterfeit clothing.

He was given16 months imprisonment suspended for two years, a six month home curfew and 12 months’ probation supervision.

Woman with Alzheimer's missing


Police are growing increasingly concerned about the welfare of missing woman Margaret Lee from Hook.

The 78-year-old woman was last seen in the Reading Road area of Hook at 5.30pm on Monday, June 27.

She went for a walk but did not return home.

Margaret has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and while she regularly goes for a walk, she normally returns within 20 minutes.

She is described as: White, 5ft 5ins tall, Having white hair in a bob, Wearing beige-coloured trousers and a pale blue shirt and carrying a handbag.

Warning over potentially deadly disease affecting dogs

Dog owners are being warned about Alabama Rot which could be fatal to dogs Credit: ITV Meridian

Dog owners across the region are being warned of the rise of a potentially deadly disease for their pets.

Vets are being asked to report if they treat a dog with suspected Alabama Rot to help with studies to find a cure.

In the New Forest there have been 17 cases of the disease.

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