Police officer guilty of stealing drugs

Former West Yorkshire detective Nick McFadden has been found guilty of stealing drugs from a police lockup and selling them in Leeds.

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Flooding in Walsden

This the main road through Walsden Credit: ITV News

There has been major flash flooding in Walsden and Todmorden tonight. Here are the pictures from our reporter on the ground, Chris Kiddey.

The trainline in Walsden Credit: ITV News
This road in Walsden a river this evening Credit: ITV News
The main trans Pennines rail line through Walsden Credit: ITV News
Water gushing past parked cars in Walsden Credit: ITV News
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Flooding in Todmorden & Hebden Bridge

The view in Todmorden Credit: @jams1999

Motorists are being advised to avoid floodwater in Todmorden and Hebden Bridge as both places have suffered from a torrential downpour.

From the back of 'The Book Case' in Hebden Bridge Credit: @bookcasehebden
Water on the tracks in Todmorden Credit: @jams1999
Street view in Todmorden Credit: @jams1999
Todmorden Credit: @jams1999

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Newcastle horse punch man claims to be 'animal lover'

The man seen punching a police horse during the football violence in Newcastle at the weekend has insisted he is an animal lover.

Barry Rogerson, 45, from Morpeth in Northumberland, was caught on camera lashing out at a police horse before he was hauled to the ground by officers.

Read: Police horse 'fine' after football fan punch attempt

Speaking to newspapers today, the unemployed factory worker accepted he acted stupidly, but said the horse startled him and made him panic.

He told the Daily Mirror: "I reacted stupidly. I did not go out to attack a horse.

"I love animals - I've got three dogs, a fish pond out the back and I feed foxes across the road."

He said the pictures made the incident look worse than it was but that he had no excuse.

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Police horse Bud 'wasn't hurt ' in football fan attack

A West Yorkshire Police horse who was attacked in football riots at the weekend is back recovering in his paddock today. This was Bud at home in Wakefield this morning - after his ordeal in Newcastle yesterday

He was controlling crowds at the Newcastle versus Sunderland match when a fan apparently tried to punch him. His alleged attacker was arrested and bailed. Bud's handlers say he's now doing well.

Labour: FSA may not have visited all horsemeat plants

It is still not clear if investigators from the Food Standards Agency have visited some cutting plants where horsemeat is highly suspected of being stored, Labour's shadow environment secretary has said.

Mary Creagh said the Government needs to be clearer about how its own investigations into the scandal are progressing with different criminal gangs operating across Europe.

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