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23 May 2013 A 14-year-old Hartlepool pupil is officially the youngest football hooligan in Britain after he was slapped with a three-year banning order by magistrates. The schoolboy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was grounded at Hartlepool
08 Lay off the tan love - amy735 , london, 23/5/2013 00:08 Click to rate Rating 14 Congratulations Frankie...Rooraa , Lala Land, United Kingdom, 23/5/2013 00:06 Click to rate Rating 37 Oh for goodness sake...she is only pregnant for gods
All persons paying tax, income tax etc, even those who do not drive cover the cost of roads not just car driving fools like this woman. Just another Brit , A Town, United Kingdom, 21/5/2013 15:11 Click to rate Rating 17 Some people are
They have feelings, a sense of humour and they live amongst the rest of the community sometimes with real families! The angler 666 , Hartlepool, United Kingdom, 18/5/2013 12:19 Click to rate Rating 14 The Queensland Police have been doing this
If Obama is so in favour of the EU, why don't they apply to join it if they think its so great? Steven , Hartlepool, United Kingdom, 14/5/2013 12:34 Click to rate Rating (0) What is the Crisis about this then...........What struck me was how
The woman wins a major competition and they lead with the fact that as a young person she was involved in a major accident ?!?. There is no doubt the accident was terrible but the whole reason she was in the paper was that she was a winner of a
As a result, Kurtis and John were interrogated for two hours by police. All we have been doing is to help the community and we are being treated as if we are criminals,' Kurtis complained...She kept asking us the same questions in different ways.'
Hartlepool mayor Stuart Drummond prepares to step down BBC News Stuart Drummond had not expected to be elected and initially had to "wing it" With a pledge of free bananas for the town's children, football mascot H'angus the Monkey was the "joke"
Uwe Rosler's were stagnant pools of disbelief, dejection, and other equally damaging emotions. The Brentford manager now faces the defining week of his nascent career. He took training when he, and his team, should have been in therapy. Losing out on
I am tired of fighting, Harry Houdini told his brother as he lay dying of appendicitis...For Wigan, the Premier League's great escapologists, this looks like being the season that will get them, although sitting across the desk from their manager,