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Courts Worboys

Giving the court’s ruling, Lord Kerr said that there was disagreement among them as to whether liability under the Human Rights Act arose only where there had been systemic failures or whether deficiencies in the actual investigation would be enough to make the police liable.

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Police Camden

A police forensics tent on Bartholomew Road in Camden, London, after a young man was fatally stabbed. (Yui Mok/PA)

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Economy Borrowing

Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, was in surplus of £10 billion, which was £1.6 billion lower than the surplus logged in January 2017.

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City Lloyds

Richard Hunter, head of markets at Interactive Investor, said: “With the shackles of the government share stake now removed, Lloyds has been able to concentrate fully on financial growth and repair.”

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Economy Borrowing

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Elizabeth Truss said: “These are strong borrowing figures, which is proof that we are fixing our nation’s finances and reducing the burden on future generations.

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Courts Worboys

In a statement, Sir Craig Mackey, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said: “The Metropolitan Police Service fully accepts the decision of the court.

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Human rights organisation Liberty described the Supreme Court ruling as “landmark” .

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Schedule Pictures

Good morning,The Press Association Picture Desk plans to cover the following – some of this may be subject to change:SUNDERLAND: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to visit Sunderland.1200: Engagement 1 The Fire Station Arts Centre1320: Engagement 2 Northern Spire, Sunderland0815 EAST WINCH AND HORSEY: Seal that got frisbee stuck round her neck is to be released back into the wild0900 ALTON, HAMPSHIRE: UK’s oldest man celebrates 110th birthday.0930 LONDON: Protest on behalf of the jailed UK-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe outside the Iranian Embassy.1200 LONDON: Prime Minister’s Questions.1230 LONDON: Matchroom Boxing and Hayemaker Ringstar invite all media to a press conference at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge1330 LONDON: Theresa May talks with Dutch PM Mark Rutte. 10 Downing Street,1330 WINDSOR: The Major General’s Inspection of the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards1415 Mark Carney and Bank of England officials to appear in front of the Treasury Select Committee.1700 LONDON: BBC event celebrating life of Sir Bruce Forsyth.2000 LONDON: Brit Awards.SOCCER: Europa League1030 LONDON: Arsenal Training Session1900 LONDON: Ostersunds FK trainingChampionship1945 IPSWICH: Ipswich Town v Cardiff City1945 WOLVERHAMPTON: Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich CityHORSE RACING1045 MILBOURNE PORT: Colin Tizzard stable visitOLYMPICS2018 Winter OlympicsPS: Looking for the best pictures of the day: search for PABest in your picture system.

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Courts Worboys

DSD was the first of Worboys’ victims to make a complaint to the Met in 2003, while NBV contacted them after she was attacked in July 2007.

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One of the victims, DSD, who was at court to hear the judgment, said: “It has been an emotional day. Fifteen years.”Referring to the police, she added: “Had you done your job properly, there wouldn’t be 105 victims, there would be one.“I can take the one. I can’t take the 105.”Her lawyer Harriet Wistrich said: “It’s a very, very important judgment – very important for vindicating the rights of my two clients but also for the other victims of Worboys.”

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Industry Unemployment

The claimant count fell by 7,200 last month to 823,000, said the ONS.

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Courts Worboys

The Metropolitan Police has lost its Supreme Court challenge over a ruling which led to two women who were sexually assaulted by London cabbie John Worboys winning compensation.

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Economy Borrowing

Commenting on the borrowing figures, Ross Campbell, public sector director of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), said: “Despite the headline figures, public finances are still in deficit with no immediate prospect of a return to surplus.

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Economy Borrowing

The deficit excluding banks for the current financial year – April 2017 to January 2018 – dropped by £7.2 billion to £37.7 billion.

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Industry Unemployment

Unemployment increased by 46,000 between October and December to 1.47 million, official figures show.

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Courts Worboys

Responding to the judgment, Scotland Yard Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey said: “There is no doubt that it will have implications for how we resource and prioritise our investigations.”

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Industry Unemployment

Average earnings increased by 2.5% in the year to December, unchanged from the previous month, said the Office for National Statistics.

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Schedule Update

News events we plan to cover today include:– 0930 Education select committee hearing on value for money in higher education– 0930 public sector net borrowing figures– 0930 protest on behalf of the jailed UK-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe outside the Iranian Embassy – stills and video planned– court appearance scheduled for former TV presenter John Leslie after he was charged over an alleged sexual assault at an Edinburgh nightclub (no visuals)– opening of the trial of two men accused of murdering a Quyen Ngoc Nguyen whose body was found in a burning car (Newcastle)– Jury out in trial of former Premier League footballer Blair Turgott accused of gambling £16,000 using a card stolen from an 85-year-old pensioner– pre-inquest review into death of Duncan Tomlin who was restrained and put into a police van (Crawley)– Defence Secretary evidence to MPs on MoD priorities (from 1400)– Mark Carney and Bank of England officials to appear in front of the Treasury Select Committee (1400)– Continuing London misconduct hearing for police officer who stole colleague’s biscuits– Lewis Bennett, saved from sinking catamaran, expected in Miami court accused of wife’s murder (from 1900 GMT)– Burnley sentencing of Damian Raeburn who mowed down and killed a mother of two disabled children– Medical Practitioners Tribunal sanction hearing for Dr Valerie Murphy over treatment of Connor Sparrowhawk

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Schedule Video

Good morning from PA Video. Here’s is our news video outlook for 21 February.Visit the PA Video Portal to download content

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City Lloyds

Speaking at a briefing on the new strategy plan, Lloyds bosses did not rule out further branch closures, but said they would look to maintain the biggest share of bank branches in the UK, currently standing at 21%.

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