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  1. The 24-year-old man was arrested at Bristol Temple Meads railway station in early hours of Saturday

    Detectives have arrested a man in connection with an investigation into the discovery of human remains on Clifton suspension bridge in Bristol and in west London, police have said.

    A 24-year-old man was arrested at Bristol Temple Meads railway station in the early hours of Saturday and taken into custody. He will be taken to London for questioning.

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  2. Party’s strategist already planning how to secure second term, bolstered by former MP’s appointment to thinktank

    Labour has already begun preparing for its 2029 election campaign, with the party’s political strategist Morgan McSweeney telling associates that he wants to build a new coalition of voters and “fight it like an insurgent” party.

    Keir Starmer has only been prime minister for a week, making a slick start in his first days in government, but his team has already started putting in place the structures to win a second term.

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  3. Southern Water says it wants to protect rare chalk streams, but campaigners say it could pollute the Solent

    A proposed £1.2bn scheme to recycle effluent from the sewage system and turn it in to drinking water has been criticised as a threat to the environment and a potential costly “white elephant”.

    Southern Water wants to treat effluent – wastewater from the sewage system – at a plant at Havant in Hampshire and pipe it into a nearby spring-fed reservoir to boost water supplies during droughts. The scheme would ensure less water is extracted from two rare chalk streams: the Rivers Test and Itchen.

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  4. An important read here:

    England boss Steve Borthwick told Sky Sports on George Furbank being replaced by Freddie Steward because of injury: “Fred is a young man but he is an experienced international rugby team. It is a young side but and exciting England side, we unfortunately lost Geroge Furbank but we have a player like Freddie coming in.”

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  5. Scams underline risks of banking on mobile, with not all lenders prepared to refund victims

    The risks of doing banking on your mobile handset have been underlined by the stories of Guardian Money readers who had their mobiles taken over by fraudsters, who then emptied their bank accounts.

    In recent months, Guardian Money has become increasingly alarmed at how often people are reporting that their mobile phone account has been taken over – with O2 our most complained-about provider.

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