Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has insisted the Foreign Office behaved "properly and in good faith" when dealing with the case of Harry Dunn.
His comments come as the teenager's parents received news they had lost their High Court battle against the Foreign Office over whether their son's alleged killer Anne Sacoolas had diplomatic immunity.
Mr Dunn, 19, died when his motorbike was involved a car crash near RAF Croughton, Northamptonshire, in 2019. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
This couple have taken photobooth pictures together every year for 20 years! This year, however, they decided to acknowledge the COVID-19 pandemic by donning their facemasks in the booth. Since 2000, Giles Paley-Phillips & wife, Michelle, have documented their love in passport photo machines. The couple, from East Sussex, UK, now also squeeze in their two children, Elijah & Sonny. “We thought it only appropriate to recognise what's been happening this year and wear our masks," says Giles.
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Halloween is hauntingly good for one seaside jewellery maker's business - asher creepy creations made from blinking dolls' eyes are snapped up by fans ofthe macabre. Mesmerised by a pair of disembodied doll's eyes in an antiqueshop near her home in Brighton, East Sussex, four years ago, India Moore, 30,felt inspired to turn them into a necklace. When the visual treat, which tookhalf an hour to make, sold within 48 hours of adding it to an online salessite, India, who also works in sales and marketing for a skincare company, puther eye for quirky kitsch to good use by launching Jawline Jewellery. Withhorror movies like Chucky and Child's Play already whetting the publicappetite for ghoulish dolly goods, she was soon selling everything from handcrafted bath bombs containing dolls' body parts, to blinking eye jewellery,from £11 to £195.
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A wheelchair user who lives on her own has praised the effect her cats have onher mental health, saying she does not know how she would have made it throughlockdown without them. Fuchsia Carter, from Lewes in East Sussex, has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and has been particularly hard hit by restrictions introducedduring the coronavirus pandemic. Not only has she been unable to go out andsee friends, her carers have also stopped coming to her home, meaning her twocats - Lucretia and Aurelia - have been her main source of companionship.
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