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Decision on new sentence for 'Marine A' delayed

Sergeant Alexander Blackman, who's known as 'Marine A', was jailed for killing a Taliban fighter.

A Royal Marine, who was jailed for killing an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan, will have to wait until next week to find out if he will be released.

Judges were due to re-sentence Sergeant Alexander Blackman after his murder conviction was downgraded to manslaughter.

An appeal was granted after new evidence emerged around his mental health.

His wife, Claire Blackman, said she was "delighted" after the new verdict was announced. She added, "it much better reflects the circumstances that my husband found himself in during that terrible tour of Afghanistan".

But now Blackman, who's also known as 'Marine A', will have to wait until Tuesday, after judges postponed their decision.

Body found after police called to fire

Painswick Road, Gloucester. Credit: ITV News

Police investigating a serious incident in Gloucester say a person has been found dead.

Officers were called to Painswick Road just before 8am on March 23, after reports of a fire.

Fire crews also attended the scene. A body was later found at the property.

A woman was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

Both the death and cause of the fire are being treated as unexplained.

Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident at this time.

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Police 'increasingly concerned' for missing woman from Axminster

Have you seen Karen Wyatt? Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police

Police say they're growing increasingly concerned about a woman whose gone missing from Axminster.

Karen Wyatt was last seen at around 10am yesterday (23rd March). She is believed to be driving a Blue Toyota HiLux registration YF02XHF.

Police are asking for the public to immediately call in any sightings or information that could help police locate her.

Anyone who has seen Karen or knows of her whereabouts is asked to call 999.

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to visit Bristol

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Credit: PA

Jeremy Corbyn is visiting Bristol today to launch Lesley Mansell's campaign for Metro Mayor.

The Labour leader will call into the Bristol North West constituency where he will meet local members and activists.

Lesley Mansell said, 'I'm delighted Jeremy's coming to Bristol to support my campaign.'

You can find out more about the 5 West of England Metro Mayoral candidates here:

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