The Nigerian striker, 24, who cost the Premier League club a record fee of £16.6million, was quizzed by police at his £850,000 five-bedroom home in Countesthorpe, Leicestershire. Officers swooped at his home on Tuesday night in response to a domestic abuse complaint, just hours after his side's 2-0 win over Sunderland.
Gibraltar police probe Spanish officer 'who waved a GUN at people waiting to leave The Rock as locals blast 'bully boy' border guards for causing huge delays
Gibraltar police are probing claims a Guardia Civil officer patrolling the border pointed his gun at people trying to cross the frontier as residents faced a five-hour wait due to additional security checks. Spanish border officials imposed additional checks this morning less than 24 hours after a Spanish warship entered Gibraltarian waters amid worsening relations between London and Madrid. A spokesman for the Government of Gibraltar said: ‘Spain is taking advantage of the situation by bullying tactics at the border. Today’s queues bring the issues that have surfaced this week down to the human reality of what Gibraltar is facing. Gibraltar is a tiny cramped place and long border queues bring the whole town to a halt. It’s not just affecting those trying to cross the border but also preventing people getting home from work or getting to the airport.’
It's very red Ken: Livingstone is seen wearing a Che Guevara t-shirt with Jeremy Corbyn's face on it as he bids to shrug off the row over his suspension for anti-Semitic remarks
Ken Livingstone was snapped sporting a t-shirt displaying Jeremy Corbyn as Che Guevara (left) just hours after he was suspended from the Labour Party. The former mayor looked forlorn as he took his golden Labrador for a walk near his London home today. Mr Livingstone has refused to apologise for his Hitler rants today despite Mr Corbyn bowing to party outrage and ordering a new inquiry into his behaviour.
Monk 'who ran sex club involving young boys' at country's top Catholic school 'remained in his job for eight years after allegations were first made'
Father Jeremy Sierla (right), 59, remained in his job at £30,000-a-year Ampleforth College (left) in Yorkshire for eight years after allegations of misconduct were first made against him. The monk was accused of summoning pupils to his study in their pyjamas before 'giving them alcohol and asking them to perform sex acts', according to former students. A criminal investigation was launched in 2004 but no charges were ever brought against him.
Two loving mothers who each adopted a deeply troubled child. And two very different stories that raise the haunting question... Can you ever save a broken child?
Harriet Fielding, 57, adopted Mark (inset) aged seven in 2007. He was later banned from coming near her after assaulting and terrorising her. Catherine Watts, 43 and her husband John, 42, adopted Sarah (right with Catherine) seven years ago when she was 12, and later her sister and brother. All children had complex learning and behavioural difficulties but over the years they have developed and thrived.
Hundreds of ANTS crawled over a bedside table as a pensioner ate his breakfast in a care home where three frail residents who were left in their own mess died in 'unacceptable' conditions, inquest hears
A nurse has told an inquest into the deaths of three elderly care home residents that she saw hundreds of ants crawling on a bedside table a pensioner ate his breakfast. Kristina Parsons was so concerned about standards at Sowerby House (shown inset) near Thirsk, North Yorkshire, that she walked out of the shift four hours early. She also told coroner Michael Oakley, sitting in Northallerton, that she saw another resident covered 'head to toe in very strong smelling urine'. The 48-year-old nurse said she did not have direct dealings with any of the three men, named Albert Pooley, 89, James Metcalfe, 85, (left) and Harry Kilvington, also 85 (right). But she went into Mr Pooley's room on April 28, hours after he had been admitted to hospital and found excrement in a commode and dirty wipes on the floor. The inquests into their deaths are being held following their deaths last year.
'In memory of the innocent lives lost to us all': Prince William leaves touching floral tribute as royals, victims' families and first responders mark two weeks since London terror attacks with Westminster Abbey service
The Prince laid a wreath (inset left) of spring flowers, including red and white roses and gerbera, at the Innocent Victims memorial as he arrived at the Abbey with his wife and brother (pictured) for a multi-faith service of hope. The handwritten note said: 'In memory of the innocent lives, lost to us all on the 22nd March 2017. William.' Around 1,800 people gathered at Westminster Abbey for the Service of Hope, two weeks on from Khalid Masood's murderous rampage which saw five people killed and dozens injured. American tourist Melissa Payne Cochran, who lost her husband in the horrific incident, also attended the service and smiled as she arrived at the Abbey accompanied by her parents. She sustained a broken leg and shattered ribs in the attack (inset right). After the ceremony Mrs Cochran spotted paramedic Mo Adimora, who came to her aid that day, and gave him a hug (right).
Gang faces jail after blowing up cash machines across the UK before making an ‘Italian job’ escape in getaway cars hidden in an articulated lorry
A gang of robbers blew up cash machines (top left) in Merseyside, Cheshire, Gloucestershire, Thames Valley and Scotland and hid their getaway cars (bottom left) in an articulated lorry. The Liverpool-based gang also used motorhomes and lorries to drag the ATMs away, after sawing through doors and shutters. They were led by Andrew White (right), 28, who coordinated some of the raids from within prison where he was being kept on remand. A trial at Liverpool Crown Court lasted 12 weeks and sentencing will take place later in April.
Soldier, 27, who stabbed his girlfriend to death with an eight-inch kitchen knife then told his young daughter the blood spattered on the walls was ketchup is found guilty of murder
Jay Nava, 27, pictured inset, dumped Natasha Wake's body in a cupboard after the brutal attack while his children slept upstairs, and told his daughter the blood on the walls of the Bournemouth home was ketchup. The two had been fighting after Ms Wake, pictured left and right, found out Nava was investigated by police for alleged sexual assault on another woman. Nava stabbed Ms Wake with such force that six of the 11 wounds went through her torso and out of her back. He threatened to kill himself and was found hanging in a nearby beauty spot. He denied murder but was found guilty and will be sentenced on Thursday.
You've bin framed! Homeowner catches 'lazy' binman mixing black bags with recycling sacks in his bin 'to avoid emptying them'
A homeowner caught a 'lazy' binman mixing black bags with recycling sacks in his wheelie bins to avoid emptying them. The workman was caught in the act of chucking general waste into the recycling bin of homeowner Biraj Dhande. The father-of-two was shocked to make the discovery after checking CCTV outside his home in West Bromwich.
Luxurious life aboard RMS Titanic where passengers could relax in the swimming baths and stroll the promenade deck revealed as rare glossy brochures advertising the 'unsinkable' ship head to auction
The attractive drawings depict the plush accommodation and opulent surroundings upper class travellers could enjoy on the doomed liner, during their long journey from Southampton to New York. They offer rare glimpses of the promenade deck, reading room, swimming baths, smoking room, main staircase, the Turkish bath, state room and parlour suit accommodation, dining room and reception room.Alongside the images there is an equally scarce copy of the sailing schedule for the passenger ship, highlighting its lost trans-Atlantic service. The itinerary shows the Titanic would have gone on to make four trips across the Atlantic from April to July 1912, had it not sunk on its maiden voyage on April 14, with the loss of over 1,500 lives. The two brochures and sailing schedule have now been put up for sale, 105 years after the tragedy with the combined estimated value of £20,000.
Assad's innocent victims: Father shows off twin boy and girl killed in Syria's 'sarin gas massacre', as death toll reaches 72. But what will the world actually DO?
The father hugged his dead toddler-aged son and daughter during the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun, in the rebel-held central province of Idlib, Syria, on Tuesday. Up to 100 people, including 20 children and 17 women, are dead following the chemical attack, with an additional 400 people injured. The latest official death toll being reported as 78. Renewed air strikes hit Khan Sheikhoun on Wednesday, as cities around Syria were affected by raids, but no casualties were reported because the area had been evacuated following Tuesday's attack. A team of rescuers is still finding survivors from the chemical attack, including two women and a boy hiding in an underground shelter beneath their home.