Tuesday, February 27

Day: October 4, 2015

I am prepared to press red button: PM Devid Cameron
London

I am prepared to press red button: PM Devid Cameron

The Prime Minister has said he is prepared to press the red button if he has to, as he looked to exploit Labour's division on the nation's security. On the first day of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, David Cameron said he believed the country should retain the Trident nuclear deterrent. And he said that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's recent comment that he would not authorise the use of nuclear weapons even if Britain was under nuclear attack "undermined national security". Mr Cameron said: "The problem with his answer is, if you ... believe like me that Britain should keep the ultimate insurance policy of an independent nuclear deterrent, you have to accept there are circumstances in which its use would be justified. "If you give any other answer then you are, frankly, u...
Missing young woman, 18, from Tower Hamlets
London

Missing young woman, 18, from Tower Hamlets

Police in Tower Hamlets are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing 18-year-old woman from Tower Hamlets. Tamanna Uddin was last seen at around 07:50hrs on 2 October in Whitechapel Train Station boarding an overground train to Crystal Palace. She was due to change onto the DLR at Shadwell but didn't. Tamanna is an Asian woman, 5ft 5inches tall of medium build with black hair. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing a pink coloured head scarf, a black jacket with white trim, black trousers and carrying a light coloured handbag. Tammana has Bipolar Disorder and may be very scared being on her own. Officers are increasingly concerned for her wellbeing and would urge anyone with information on her whereabouts to call police on 101 or Missing People on 116000.