A 91-year-old political campaigner will stay on a database covering 'extremist' activities after police chiefs won a legal battle at the UK's highest court.
John Catt, from Brighton, wanted details about his attendance at various demonstrations by protest group Smash EDO removed from the database.
He won an appeal in 2013 after arguing that his inclusion on the database breached his human rights as he had not committed any crimes.
The Court of Appeal ruled that while some Smash EDO members were known for violence and criminal behaviour, Mr Catt had not been convicted of any crimes.
But Supreme Court judges today overturned that decision by a majority of four to one.
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The Medical Defence Union has released a statement on behalf of consultant urologist Paul Miller who was dismissed by Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.
The trust has commissioned a review into the care of more than 1,000 of Mr Miller's former patients.
I am extremely disappointed that the trust has decided to dismiss me. I strongly do not believe that this is justified.
I welcome the opportunity to co-operate with any investigation into my practice.
My priority as a consultant for the last 21 years has always been to protect patients’ best interests and safety.
I cannot comment further due to my duty of patient confidentiality.
1,200 cancer patients have been assessed over fears they may have been mistreated by a former consultant urologist, Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has said.
All of the bladder and prostrate cancer patients were seen by consultant urologist Paul Miller between 2006 and 2012.
A review of their care by the Royal College of Surgeons found that 27 of the patients "came to harm" as a result of the treatment they received.
A small number of others received care that "fell below the standards we would expect" but were not harmed as a consequence, a statement said.
Mr Miller was dismissed from the Trust and has been banned from treating cancer patients pending an investigation by the General Medical Council.
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The fire which damaged parts of 144-year-old Eastbourne Pier on Wednesday is now being treated as suspicious, Sussex Police said.
Fire-hit Eastbourne Pier could be reopened next year, the local MP has claimed.
A huge blaze ripped through the pier yesterday leaving the 144-year-old structure severely damaged.
But Eastbourne MP Stephen Lloyd said two-thirds of the pier survived the fire and the structure appeared "pretty sound".
"There is real damage but I'm confident that it can be repaired," the Liberal Democrat MP said after talks with East Sussex's chief fire officer.
"It's still very much still standing, and I'm very hopeful and confident that it will be reopening next year and be back in business."
The RNLI has released footage they took as they tackled the fire as it raged through the iconic pier in Sussex.
This dramatic footage highlights the damage caused to Eastbourne pier yesterday as flames ravaged through the iconic structure.
More than 60 firefighters battled the fire as a small fire in the wall panelling of the arcade engulfed the historic seaside landmark.
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By Richard Pallot: ITV News Correspondent
The evacuation of Eastbourne Pier was so swift yesterday that apparently there are still many fishing rods, uneaten chips and lunches at the end of the pier where holidaymakers left them.
Fire crews are still concerned that occasional hotspots at the Eastbourne pier could reignite and so they are continuing to monitor and dampen down.
Experts say it is too unsafe to gain access to the pier at moment and it may be some time before they can assess the solidity of the structure.