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          Christopher John Hodder
Christopher John Hodder
Paedophile who hunted victims on Facebook has jail term increased
A paedophile who used Facebook to trick boys into sending him indecent images of themselves has had his "unduly lenient" jail term increased.
Sir Cliff is continuing his action against the BBC after settling a dispute with police
Sir Cliff is continuing his action against the BBC after settling a dispute with police
Sir Cliff is continuing his action against the BBC after settling a dispute with police
Sir Cliff Richard wins latest round of High Court battle with BBC
Sir Cliff Richard has won the latest skirmish in a High Court battle with the BBC.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said the airline had benefited from the IT issues experienced by British Airways
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said the airline had benefited from the IT issues experienced by British Airways
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said the airline had benefited from the IT issues experienced by British Airways
Ryanair posts rise in profits but warns of 'Brexit developments'
Low cost carrier Ryanair pledged to continue cutting fares as it posted a 6% rise in annual profits despite intense competition and the Brexit vote.
Sam Stosur, pictured, says players may not want to play on Margaret Court Arena
Sam Stosur, pictured, says players may not want to play on Margaret Court Arena
Sam Stosur, pictured, says players may not want to play on Margaret Court Arena
Stosur: Players may refuse to compete on Margaret Court Arena following comments
Sam Stosur has hinted players could refuse to compete on Margaret Court Arena at next year's Australian Open after Court's latest comments about gay marriage.
Andy Murray opens his French Open campaign on Tuesday against Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia
Andy Murray opens his French Open campaign on Tuesday against Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia
Andy Murray opens his French Open campaign on Tuesday against Andrey Kuznetsov of Russia
Andrey Kuznetsov feeling no pressure ahead of clash with out-of-form Andy Murray
Andy Murray faces the first test of his fragile confidence at the French Open on Tuesday when he takes on Russian Andrey Kuznetsov.
The legal action centres on a rights issue overseen by former boss Fred Goodwin in April 2008
The legal action centres on a rights issue overseen by former boss Fred Goodwin in April 2008
The legal action centres on a rights issue overseen by former boss Fred Goodwin in April 2008
Shareholders involved in RBS legal battle reach agreement in principle with bank
Shareholders who brought a multimillion-pound High Court action against Royal Bank of Scotland have reached an agreement in principle with the bank.
The boy's bottom got stuck in the basketball hoop
The boy's bottom got stuck in the basketball hoop
The boy's bottom got stuck in the basketball hoop
Court ouch! Basketball boy rescued after slam rump caper
Firefighters had to be called to rescue a boy whose bottom got stuck in a 10ft-high basketball hoop.
Stupidity landed Samurai sword thug in hospital
Stupidity landed a Samurai-wielding man in hospital - after cutting his foot while trying to break into his victim's home.
Man who 'kicked woman's head like a football' avoids jail
An angry man kicked his partner's head like "a football" and stamped on her after she broke his window.
An air ambulance was reportedly at the scene
An air ambulance was reportedly at the scene
An air ambulance was reportedly at the scene
Female zookeeper killed in 'freak accident' after tiger enters enclosure
A female zookeeper has been killed in a "freak accident" after a tiger entered the enclosure she was in. 
UK could lose access to terror database under PM's Brexit terms, says Clegg
Brexit on Theresa May's terms could see the UK lose access to an important database of information on criminals and terrorists, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has said.
The legal action centres on a rights issue overseen by former boss Fred Goodwin in April 2008
The legal action centres on a rights issue overseen by former boss Fred Goodwin in April 2008
The legal action centres on a rights issue overseen by former boss Fred Goodwin in April 2008
Shareholders involved in RBS legal battle reach agreement in principle with bank
Shareholders who brought a multimillion-pound High Court action against Royal Bank of Scotland have reached an agreement in principle with the bank.
Aljaz Bedene, pictured, defeated Ryan Harrison in four sets to reach the second round of the French Open
Aljaz Bedene, pictured, defeated Ryan Harrison in four sets to reach the second round of the French Open
Aljaz Bedene, pictured, defeated Ryan Harrison in four sets to reach the second round of the French Open
Aljaz Bedene could switch allegiance back to Slovenia to seek Olympic place
Aljaz Bedene is considering switching his allegiance back to Slovenia to try to compete in the Olympics.
Under the Conservative proposals a new domestic violence watchdog will be established to speak up for victims and hold the police and criminal justice system to account.
Under the Conservative proposals a new domestic violence watchdog will be established to speak up for victims and hold the police and criminal justice system to account.
Under the Conservative proposals a new domestic violence watchdog will be established to speak up for victims and hold the police and criminal justice system to account.
PM to crack down on 'hidden scandal' of child victims of domestic abuse
Tougher sentences will be handed down to perpetrators of domestic violence against children under plans being set out by Theresa May to tackle the "hidden scandal".

Technical director Frank Giecco with remains of Roman central heating

Field archaeologist Ruth Frame working in the trench

Archaeologist views an arrowhead found on the site

Major Roman find in Carlisle

Frank Giecco, archaeologist with Wardell Armstrong, views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone

Site supervisor Kevin Mounsey makes drawings of the site

A roman coin bearing the face of Empress Julia Domna c.200 AD

 Technical director Frank Giecco with remains of Roman central heating
Technical director Frank Giecco with remains of Roman central heating
Carlisle’s Roman heritage brought to life following cricket club dig
It's Carlisle's most exciting Roman find for decades.
Dan Evans was knocked out of the French Open in the first round by Tommy Robredo
Dan Evans was knocked out of the French Open in the first round by Tommy Robredo
Dan Evans was knocked out of the French Open in the first round by Tommy Robredo
Paris conditions get better of Evans as he bows out in first round
Dan Evans had to leave the court to be sick during his first-round loss to Tommy Robredo at the French Open.
Marjorie and Michael Cawdery were found murdered in their own home
Marjorie and Michael Cawdery were found murdered in their own home
Marjorie and Michael Cawdery were found murdered in their own home
Police get more time to question man held after deaths of pensioners
Murder squad detectives have been given more time to question a suspect over the killing of a pensioner couple.
Andy Murray has beaten first-round opponent Andrey Kuznetsov in their two previous meetings
Andy Murray has beaten first-round opponent Andrey Kuznetsov in their two previous meetings
Andy Murray has beaten first-round opponent Andrey Kuznetsov in their two previous meetings
No easy starters for Andy Murray as he readies himself for French Open
The early rounds of grand slams are normally expected to be calm waters for Andy Murray but at the French Open sharks seem to be everywhere.
Police appealed for witnesses
Police appealed for witnesses
Police appealed for witnesses
Man sought after shop staff threatened with hammer by robber
Police are hunting a thief who threatened shop staff with a hammer during a robbery.
Petra Kvitova makes winning return to tennis after knife attack
Petra Kvitova had already won simply by walking on court for her match against Julia Boserup but victory and a place in the second round of the French Open was an added bonus.
The Irishwoman was fully involved in the conception and early months of the child's life, the judge said
The Irishwoman was fully involved in the conception and early months of the child's life, the judge said
The Irishwoman was fully involved in the conception and early months of the child's life, the judge said
Irishwoman seeking to stay in touch with child following split with partner
A gay Irishwoman has taken legal action against an English former partner in a bid stay in touch with a two-year-old girl who calls her "papa".
Prime Minister Theresa May at Manchester Town Hall during a visit to the city after the terrorist attack
Prime Minister Theresa May at Manchester Town Hall during a visit to the city after the terrorist attack
Prime Minister Theresa May at Manchester Town Hall during a visit to the city after the terrorist attack
Tories plan new commission to tackle extremism and promote Britain's values
A new Commission for Countering Extremism proposed by Conservatives will have a remit to clamp down on "unacceptable cultural norms" such as female genital mutilation.
Police charged three people
Police charged three people
Police charged three people
Three charged over attack on woman at block of flats
Three people have been charged over an attack on a woman in Aberdeen.

Carlisle Crown Court

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle man pleads guilty to knife offence
A man has appeared at Carlisle Crown Court and pleaded guilty to committing a knife crime within the same building.

Australia experience: Cumbrian Helen Housby has been playing for NSW Swifts

 Australia experience: Cumbrian Helen Housby has been playing for NSW Swifts
Australia experience: Cumbrian Helen Housby has been playing for NSW Swifts
Cumbrian England international and Trinidad and Tobago star forming a partnership in Australia
A unique partnership has been developing in Australia between Sam Wallace and Cumbrian Helen Housby.
Prime Minister Theresa May said extremism often goes hand in hand with poor treatment of women and girls
Prime Minister Theresa May said extremism often goes hand in hand with poor treatment of women and girls
Prime Minister Theresa May said extremism often goes hand in hand with poor treatment of women and girls
Tories plan new commission to tackle extremism and promote Britain's values
A new Commission for Countering Extremism proposed by Conservatives will have a remit to clamp down on "unacceptable cultural norms" such as female genital mutilation, as well as acting to ensure that women's rights are upheld in all of Britain's ethnic and religious communities, Theresa May has said.
Dominic Thiem handed Rafael Nadal his only defeat in the build-up to Roland Garros
Dominic Thiem handed Rafael Nadal his only defeat in the build-up to Roland Garros
Dominic Thiem handed Rafael Nadal his only defeat in the build-up to Roland Garros
Young pretenders target the tennis old guard at the French Open
This throwback tennis year could add another chapter with Rafael Nadal the favourite to win a 10th French Open but two young pretenders are eyeing the king of clay's crown.
A BBC news crew outside Sir Cliff Richard's base in Sunningdale
A BBC news crew outside Sir Cliff Richard's base in Sunningdale
A BBC news crew outside Sir Cliff Richard's base in Sunningdale
Sir Cliff Richard to continue pursuit of BBC following settlement with police
Sir Cliff Richard is to centre his attention on a High Court fight with the BBC after settling a dispute with a police force, lawyers say.

Carlisle's Citadel site

 Carlisle's Citadel site
Carlisle's Citadel site
Plan for new Carlisle city centre multi-storey car park unveiled
Moves to create a new multi-storey car park in the heart of Carlisle have taken a further step forward, with business leaders heralding it as the answer to drivers' frustrations.
Whitehaven woman stole almost £30,000 from her partner's grandfather
A woman who stole almost £30,000 from her partner's elderly grandfather has been spared immediate prison.