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Man charged in connection with robbery at One Stop Shop in Milton Keynes

A 35-year-old man has been charged in connection with the robbery of a One Stop Shop in Milton Keynes.

James Standen, of Campion, Great Linford in Milton Keynes, was charged yesterday evening (14/05) with one count of robbery and one count of possession of a knife blade / sharp pointed article in a public place. 91 more words


Woman threatened with knives in her own home in Milton Keynes

A woman was threatened with knives during a burglary of her home in Milton Keynes last week.

The incident took place at about 10pm on Thursday (26/03) in Bentall Close, Willen. 127 more words


SONGS OF ANGER 2 – WHAT IS IT ABOUT MEN – Amy Winehouse #bullying #intimidation

Having spent the last hour on Twitter ranting furiously at people bemoaning the sacking of (ex) BBC bully Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson, I realised that something had been triggered for me personality, so decided to take a deep breath, make a soothing mug of tea and figure out what was really bothering me. 1,042 more words



Mark Healey Lambeth’s Hate Crime Prevention Coordinator adding his personal support to the @antiknifeuk #thumbsdown2knifecrime2015 twitter campaign to help raise awareness of knife crime in the UK. 42 more words

Police issue urgent appeal after eight knife-point robberies in Bedfordshire

Police have issued an urgent appeal for information after eight knife-point robberies in Bedfordshire in the space of 10 days, three of which happened at the same shop. 551 more words


A brief history of joint enterprise

The doctrine of common purpose, or joint criminal enterprise, has been a principle of English law since 1846 when two cart drivers had a race — one of them hit and killed a pedestrian. 289 more words

Milton Keynes shop staff threatened with hammer and knife

Staff in a Milton Keynes convenience store were threatened with a knife and hammer during a robbery on Thursday evening (05/03).

The offender entered the One Stop Shop in Knebworth Gate, Giffard Park, just before 11pm. 176 more words