News Headlines - 18 October 2013

Thousands of UK's poor in court over non-payment of council tax | The Guardian

Hundreds of London's poorest and lowest-paid inhabitants attended a mass court hearing in south London on Friday, hoping to challenge non-payment of council tax orders issued by Southwark council, which had summonsed 5,800 people to attend.

British muslims targeted in Al-Shabaab terror video are offered police protection - Telegraph

Prominent British Muslims are being offered police protection after Al-Shabaab released a video threatening them for criticising the murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich

BBC News - Boy, 12, sought over Manchester campus sex attacks

A boy aged as young as 12 may have carried out several sex attacks around a university campus, police said.

3D printers to be introduced into the classroom - Telegraph

Pupils will be taught to experiment with futuristic 3D printers under new Government plans to drive up standards in subjects such as maths and science.

BBC News - Farndon Parish Council orders Sudoku grave to be removed

Angela Robinson, from Chester, has been ordered to take off the inscriptions from her husband Allan's grave. Farndon Parish Council said the grave breached the standards for St Chad's church graveyard. Mrs Robinson said: "Other graves I've seen have a dolphin and even a deck of cards, so if they can remain why can't this?"








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