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Christopher Halliwell (right) is already serving a life sentence for the murder of Sian O'Callaghan (bottom left) who he abducted in his taxi as she made her way home from a night out in Swindon in March 2011.He confessed to killing Miss O'Callaghan and took police to her body before offering 'another one' and leading them to where he had buried missing prostitute Becky Godden (left top) years earlier.
Today, after overwhelming evidence was put forward, a jury found him guilty of Miss Godden's murder.The verdict means Becky's mother Karen Edwards, who has attended the trial, has finally got justice for her daughter.Up to 4,000 migrants were forced to flee one of Greece's main refugee camps on the island of Lesbos after asylum seekers living there started a huge fire.The ferocious blaze (bottom right) damaged tents and gutted prefabricated housing units (top right).For your chance to win these amazing prizes from Lakeland Furniture, Airsprung Beds, Beldray, Boody, Jude’s Ice Cream, Heart&Home, Thorn & Field, La Di Da Sweet Treats and Cyberjammies enter below now.Six people were arrested and two taken to hospital as scenes of brutal violence unfolded between youths thought to be from rival areas in the Northumberland Heath area, Bexley, south east London (pictured).
The footage shows dozens of youths, thought to be between 11 and 18 years old, brawling in a playground, some of whom are swinging what appear to be baseball bats (centre and right, circled) at each other.
One young, black youth is thrown to the ground on what appears to be a school playground and a crowd of people ruthlessly kick him (left) and hit him with the bats as he is unable to get up.
Theresa May told leaders they have to make deals with Britain after Brexit in a defiant blast as she traveled to meet world leaders.
Liam Fox backed her saying the EU had to most to lose.
At the weekend, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic threatened to veto any Brexit deal unless Mrs May guarantees their citizens the right to work in Britain.
But Mrs May said the 27 would sign up to a deal and they would be ambitious in what 'we want to see for the UK'.