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Paul Taylor was found guilty of three counts of making 74 indecent images of children. He has been given a six-month sentence suspended for 18 months
The key quotes from the meeting last week from the ruling Conservatives and their Lib Dem opposition
Protest has been fierce but more supporters for Wokingham Borough Council's regeneration plan have since emerged in a new Facebook group
The school is just three years old, but £7.6 million will be spent to accommodate 350 more pupils
Work on the project was due to start in July but was delayed until November. The system is not expected to go live until next December.
Tim Royle is being investigated over allegations of financial irregularity at the school and has been re-bailed under February
The day’s biggest stories from the UK and around the world in pictures
Most of London and parts of south east England affected as at least 172 flights axed at Heathrow with many others experiencing heavy delays
The Prime Minister announced a doubling in UK funding for research into the disease as "the global fightback really started"
Bradfield Primary School student Sam Clark was 10 today - but it had an extra special numerical significance.
Contractors will begin work on the leaking water main in Finchampstead tomorrow morning
The pair were charged after the drugs were found in a car
Jewellery taken from a home in Sonning was of 'great sentimental value' to the family
Guests enjoyed Thai cooking, Cham Cham sauces and Brazilian cheeseballs, as well as Loddon Brewery beers
The man demanded cash from a woman working in the shop
The generosity of Reading families allows the group to continue supporting local causes
Send in your pictures of your trees and decorations and we'll put them in our gallery
Margaret Howe was diagnosed in 2005 and has arranged dozens of fundraisers to help fund research.
Chris and Lois Bray were told to pay the money by a man claiming to be living off benefits
The Alzheimer's Society is looking for volunteers to offer companionship to those struggling with the condition