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Six charged in connection with Extinction Rebellion protest

Extinction Rebellion protest at the Schlumberger

Six people have been charged with criminal damage in connection with Extinction Rebellion protests in Cambridge.

Caitlin Fay, 19, from Norfolk, Gilbert Murray, 62, from Norwich and Gabriella Ditton, 26, also from Norwich a have been charged with criminal damage in connection with an incident at Trinity College on Monday. Ms Ditton has also been charged with criminal damage at he Schlumberger building in Madingley Road, Cambridge, yesterday.

Tilly Porter, 21, of Cambridge, has also been charged with criminal damage in connection with the incident at the Schlumburger building.

Annie Hoyle, 26, and Donald Bell, 64, of Cambridge, have both been charged with obstructing a constable in the execution of their duty and criminal damage relating to the incident at the Schlumberger building.

They have all have been released on bail to appear at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on 30 March.

A 53-year-old woman from Bury St. Edmunds who was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage relating to the Schlumberger building has been released under investigation.

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Three killed in road crash in Northamptonshire

Police are appealing for witnesses

Three people have been killed in a road crash in Northamptonshire.

Officers were called at around 2pm on Tuesday after a red Vauxhall Corsa and a White Volvo Tipper lorry collided on the A43 between Northampton and Kettering.

Northamptonshire Police said the vehicles had been travelling in the opposite direction before the crash between Sywell and Hannington.

The force said all three occupants of the Corsa, two men and a woman, were pronounced dead at the scene.

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