Body found in Epping Forest has been identified as the missing 19-year-old Richard Okorogheye

A body found in a pond in Epping Forest has been identified as the missing 19-year-old Richard Okorogheye. Richard, who was a student at Oxford Brookes University, went missing from his home in Ladbroke Grove on Monday, March 22. His death is being treated as unexplained and police do not believe, at this stage, that there was any third-party involvement.

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Hospital visitors donate iPad stands after some patients felt guilty FaceTiming family members

Hospitals embraced digital technology to keep people in touch – including for heartbreaking calls to dying relatives. Whilst most people using video calls welcomed them as it meant they could keep in touch, it left some patients and nurses feeling guilty, according to a senior nurse at a leading London hospital.

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Police release new CCTV images of missing 19-year-old Oxford student

New CCTV images of the missing teenager Richard Okorogheye have been released, as his mother pleas for the public’s help in locating her son. Richard, 19, a student at Oxford Brookes University, is believed to have left his family home in the Ladbroke Grove area on the evening of Monday, March 22 and was reported missing two days later.

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Grenfell housing chiefs were warned tower could become an ‘inferno’ – but dismissed campaigners as ‘moaning about minor issues’

A Grenfell Tower resident who warned about an “inferno” at  Grenfell after a previous fire in the tower block, handed in a dossier of concerns just weeks before the fatal fire. Michael Mansfield QC told the Grenfell Inquiry today (Monday, March 29) that Shah Ahmed who lived on the 18th floor was planning to take his concerns to the housing ombudsman.

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Justice for Grenfell peaceful protest will be illegal if Government’s new crime bill is passed

Campaigners who have taken on the protest for justice for Grenfell said it is crucial that people keep issues in the public eye. Leearna Oliffe said the Government’s police, crime, sentencing and courts bill would mean that a peaceful protest by people bereaved at the Grenfell fire and cladding campaigners at Downing Street would be illegal.

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