#Milton Keynes


Sir David Amess: Southend city bid would be a 'fitting tribute' to stabbed MP

Making Southend a city would be the "perfect tribute" to Sir David Amess, colleagues said. Sir David, who represented the Southend West constituency, was stabbed as he held a regular Friday meeting with constituents in Leigh-on-Sea. He had championed Southend's bid for city status as part of The Queen's Platinum...
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Watch: FA Cup first-round draw

Charlton Athletic v Torquay United or Havant & Waterlooville. York City or Morpeth Town v Kettering Town or Buxton. Corinthian Casuals or St Albans City v Forest Green Rovers. Pontefract Collieries or Halifax Town v Maidenhead United. Chesterfield v Southend United. First 10 ties. All games to be played 5-8...
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MK:U takes on its first apprentices

MK:U, the new higher education institution in Milton Keynes, celebrated a milestone with the start of its first degree apprenticeship course. Backed by Cranfield University and Milton Keynes Council, with support from Santander and from SEMLEP through the Local Growth Fund, MK:U will address urgent technological and skills gaps in the UK economy.
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Nearly 600 coronavirus cases recorded in Buckinghamshire

Nearly 600 new Covid-19 cases were recorded in Buckinghamshire over the last 24 hours, according to official figures. Today's update (October 17) revealed that 596 new cases of the virus had been found in the county, meaning there have now been 95,862 cases since the start of the pandemic. Of...

Perez: It's not easy being Verstappen's teammate

Having spent the last seven seasons at Force India/Racing Point, Sergio Perez says settling in as Max Verstappen's teammate at Red Bull hasn't been an easy process. Sergio Perez admits it isn't easy being Max Verstappen's teammate at Red Bull, but the Mexican believes his mental strength has been key to staying positive.

Hundreds of new Buckinghamshire coronavirus cases but no new deaths recorded

Hundreds of new Covid-19 cases have been recorded in Buckinghamshire in the latest update from the Government. There were no new coronavirus-related deaths in the area, according to the new official statistics on Saturday (October 16). But there is evidence the virus continues to spread. In Milton Keynes there were...

Youth jail warned after inspectors find ‘dilapidated’ conditions and unlawful use of force

A youth jail has been issued an urgent warning by Ofsted after inspectors found that children were living in a “dilapidated” environment and being subjected to “unjustifiable” and sometimes unlawful levels of force.Justice secretary Dominic Raab has been put on notice over the “chaotic” conditions at Oakhill secure training centre, which currently holds 46 boys aged of 12-17, after an inspection by Ofsted, HMI Prisons and the CQC found the safeguarding systems for children were in “disarray”.Campaigners have called on the government to have an “urgent rethink” of its approach to child imprisonment in light of damming findings at the...

Police release image as part of appeal into GBH in Central Milton Keynes

Police is releasing an image of a car officers believe is connected to an investigation into an incident of grievous bodily harm in Milton Keynes. The image release concerns an incident that happened on Avery Boulevard, between Lower Tenth Street and Secklow Gate in Central Milton Keynes, at around 8.30am on Saturday 3 October.

Funeral Director Whistleblower: Deaths Raise By 300% After The COVID Jabs Took Over!

“They are no better than murderers, some of these people. Some of the things they’ve done are unforgivable.”. Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: John O’Looney, the owner of Milton Keynes Family Funeral Services and a 15-year funeral director, presents a distressing story of how COVID-19 is being...

Hakkinen: “Mercedes surpassed Red Bull in performance” |

The Turkish Grand Prix marked yet another double overtaking this year in the drivers’ standings. Max Verstappen is six points ahead of Lewis Hamilton. In the constructors’ championship, on the other hand, Mercedes has increased the gap over their Austrian rivals by another three points. Now the gap in the standings between the two teams is 36 points. Apart from the Belgian GP, ​​from Silverstone onwards Mercedes has always obtained more points than Red Bull, in every GP played. A further indication of the level of forces on the field at the moment was provided by the race held by Valtteri Bottas at Istanbul Park.
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Shrewsbury 1 MK Dons 0 - Report

A first clean sheet in 17 games this season helped Shrewsbury Town record a 1-0 victory over MK Dons through match-winner Shaun Whalley. Whalley lifted high into the net 11 minutes after the break to earn Steve Cotterill’s men just a third win in 13 League One games this term.

A new exhibition exploring rave culture is opening in Milton Keynes

A new exhibition exploring the rave music and culture history of Milton Keynes is opening on December 4. ‘Sanctuary: The Unlikely Home of British Rave’ will follow how the Milton Keynes warehouse-turned-club was one of the most influential venues of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. The venue drew up to an estimated million ravers from across the country.

New Aldi for Milton Keynes as chain announces 30 new stores

Aldi has announced the locations of 30 new stores as they build 100 branches across the UK. The brand is doling out £1.3 billion in a bid to grow their budget-supermarket empire, and pledge to open one new store each week. The company hopes to launch new sites in Milton...