The mother of a teenager from Oxford who died after taking the drug ecstacy, says she wants to work with the person found guilty of supplying the class A drug which killed her daughter.
Anne-Marie Cockburn's fifteen-year-old daughter, Martha, died last year. She wants to meet Alex Williams, who is seventeen, to help change people's minds about legalising some drugs.
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One of Clandon Park's most historically important rooms has survived the fire that gutted the rest of the 18th century mansion.
The party has suspended Robert Blay. He was caught on camera saying he would shoot Ranil Jayawardena, his North East Hampshire rival.
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