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It's understood that the Metropolitan Police have apologised to Lady Brittan, the widow of the late Home Secretary and Richmond MP Leon Brittan, after he was investigated over allegations of rape.
Lord Brittan, who died of cancer in January was interviewed under caution regarding allegations of rape - but no further action was taken against him.
The Crown Prosecution Service found in July 2013 that there was not enough evidence for a prosecution but this decision was never passed on to Lord Brittan or his family.
The 18-year-old man who was arrested in connection with the fire in Richmond in the early hours of Saturday 6 June has this afternoon (Sunday), been charged with arson.
He has been remanded in custody to appear at Northallerton Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson following a large fire which swept through terraced shops in the centre of Richmond, North Yorkshire.
The fire, at Finkle Street, was reported at around 5.11am on Saturday 6th June.It caused substantial damage to commercial premises in the street, including the Red Cross shop, Urban Spa and Beauty, Tasty Macs and the Oxfam shop.
No-one was injured. e damage will have a significant impact on the local businesses. The cost of the damage alone is estimated to be hundreds of thousands of pounds.
No-one was injured.
Police are asking anyone who has any information about the fire to contact them if they have not already come forward.
Thankfully, no-one was injured in the fire, however, the damage will have a significant impact on the local businesses. The cost of the damage alone is estimated to be hundreds of thousands of pounds."
Anyone with any information is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2 and ask for Detective Constable Andy Palmer of Northallerton Serious Crime Team.
Fire investigators are attempting to establish the cause of a fire in Richmond, North Yokrshire, which spread through several roofs of a terraced row of shops.
A delivery driver discovered the fire, at Finkle Street, at 5.15am Saturday.
The fire spread to adjacent properties.
Fire crews have dealt with a large fire at a terraced commercial property on Finkle Street in Richmond, North Yorkshire.
A delivery driver discovered the fire, and emergency crews from Richmond and Colburn attended the scene.
The fire spread to the roof void in an adjacent property and a further six fire engines were sent Leyburn, Reeth, Bedale, Northallerton, Darlington, Ripon and Masham.
Two aerial ladders are in attendance from Middlesbrough and Harrogate, along with other support appliances from Malton and Northallerton.
Rishi Sunak has been elected as the Conservative MP for Richmond, replacing former foreign secretary William Hague. Sunak has said that he has “impossible boots to fill.” He also responded to claims that he missed the count, saying that he arrived late so that he wouldn’t disturb the counters.
Sunak won the seat by a clear majority; UKIP candidate Matthew Cooke came second with 8,194 votes, taking 15.7% share of the vote after standing for the first time.
Cooke thanked his supporters and said he was proud to have “come second in the safest Conservative seat in the country.”
Richmond result breakdown with number of votes and percentage of the vote:
Rishi Sunak (Con) – 27,744 (51.38%)
Matthew Cooke (UKIP) – 8,194 (15.17%)
Mike Hill (Lab) – 7,124 (13.19%)
John Harris (Lib Dem) – 3,465 (6.42%)
John Blackie (Ind) – 3,348 (6.20%)
Leslie Rowe (Green) – 2,313 (4.28%)
Robin Scott (Ind) – 1,811 (3.35%)
Counting is underway tonight in the safe Conservative seat of Richmond.
William Hague, the former Foreign Secretary, has represented the seat for the Conservatives since a by-election in 1989 but he is now standing down.
Rishi Sunak is the Conservative candidate hoping to be elected tonight.
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Police in Richmond believe they have identified the mother of a baby found dead in a wheelie bin on Monday (December 1).
Preliminary findings of a post mortem examination suggest the baby girl was stillborn.
We thank the local community and the media for their continued support and sensitivity regarding this tragic case.
We ask residents to remain patient and calm while the police enquiries continue. I particular please avoid any unhelpful or harmful speculation on social networking sites.
To provide further reassurance for residents, extra police patrols are being carried out in the local area.
Police are continuing their enquiries to establish the full facts in this incident.