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Boys, 10, held over girl’s rape

Two ten-year-old boys have been arrested after a girl of eight claimed to have been raped by the pair.
The girl was playing with the boys in a park in Hayes, West London, on Tuesday at about 2pm.

Police officers were called in by her family after she returned home and said she had been attacked.

Read more in The Sun

Baby’s abusers are jailed for life

Two men behind Scotland’s largest paedophile ring were jailed for life yesterday for creating a catalogue of child pornography and abusing children, including a three-month-old baby.

Read more in The Independent

Tai Chi ‘can ease the pain of arthritis’

Researchers found that after just 12 weeks patients were in less than half as much pain as before they started performing the exercises.

The martial art was also significantly better at easing the affliction than traditional stretching movements.

Read more in The Telegraph

Nursery monster Vanessa George torments families from jail by naming victims in cynical bid to cut her sentence

Nursery paedophile Vanessa George was accused last night of worsening the torture for the parents of her victims.
After months of refusing to name the children she abused, George has now given police a list of up to ten names of children under three.

Read more in The Daily Mail

A-maize-ing cargo! 14 illegal immigrants caught sneaking into UK in tanker carrying 25 tonnes of starch powder

A tanker driver looked on in astonishment as he watched 14 illegal immigrants emerge from his cargo covered from head to toe in maize starch.

Frenchman Ludovic Buns had transported 25 tonnes of the powder from Calais, France, to a packaging company in Devizes, Wiltshire

Read more in The Daily Mail

Autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire draws spellbinding 18ft picture of New York from memory… after a 20-minute helicopter ride over city

This astonishing 18ft drawing of the world’s most famous skyline was created by autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire after he spent just 20 minutes in a helicopter gazing at the panorama.

The unbelievably intricate picture was drawn at Brooklyn’s prestigious Pratt Institute from Stephen’s memory, with details of every building sketched in to scale.

See more in The Daily Mail 

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