How they plan to fleece you online this Black Friday
Researchers at Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) have issued a fresh warning for shoppers not to be rushed into bagging a bargain this Black Friday as 15 million online shoppers could be putting themselves at risk of financial fraud.
How community in Birstall coped in wake of MP’s murder
At the spot where hundreds of floral tributes were laid for Jo Cox in the days after her murder, the market traders whose plot overlooked the crime scene go about their business on a sunny autumn Thursday.
Jo Cox trial: The hidden extremist views of murderer Thomas Mair
Thomas Mair may not have been overtly political as far as the outside world was concerned, but it became clear during the trial that his actions on June 16 were most likely fuelled by far-right beliefs.
Cybersecurity experts are warning unwitting online bargain hunters to be wary of potential ‘Black Friday Fraudsters’ who may use the popular discount day as a window of opportunity to dupe them out of their hard earned cash.
UPDATED: Police officer’s suicide after arrest over child abuse images
A WEST Yorkshire police officer found dead after going missing following his arrest on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children had committed suicide by hanging, an inquest jury has concluded.