Friday, February 17, 2017
A social worker employed by Herts County Council has been suspended from the national register for repeatedly putting children at risk. File photo. Credit: Dmitri Maruta/Getty/iStockphoto

A social worker formerly employed by Herts County Council has been suspended from the national register for repeatedly putting children at risk.

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Richard Roberts
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Major delays are expected for at least two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

Major delays are set to continue for at least another two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

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London
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Major delays are expected for at least two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

Major delays are expected for at least two hours on Great Northern trains between Stevenage and London after the electricity supply failed this morning.

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Herts police
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Alfie Barker in action for Codicote. Picture: Mark Howie

A Hitchin Town FC player who last night used Twitter to mock AFC Bournemouth star Harry Arter over his stillborn daughter has today had his registration terminated with immediate effect.

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Twitter
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Alfie Barker.

A Hitchin Town FC player on loan at Codicote who used Twitter to mock AFC Bournemouth star Harry Arter over his stillborn daughter has apologised.

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Twitter
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Alfie Barker in action for Codicote. Picture: Mark Howie

Hitchin Town FC and Codicote FC have distanced themselves from a footballer’s ‘vile’ tweets mocking AFC Bournemouth star Harry Arter over his stillborn daughter.

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