Two Kent Police officers have been cleared of charges of allowing a man who'd been arrested to die in front of them. PCs Maurice Leigh and PC Neil Bowdery both denied misconduct in public office after the death of Colin Holt in Gillingham.
An inquest decided he died from "positional asphyxia", which happens when a person's body position stops them from breathing.
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Rain will arrive through the early hours for a wet start to Monday. It will eventually brighten up by the afternoon.
Rain on the way tonight, then a wet start to Monday, but it will brighten up through the day with sunny spells for the afternoon.
One of nine dogs dumped on the streets of Winchester, unable to see or stand properly, is fighting for its life.