Terror arrests and other news

Metropolitan Police Image: Ian Britton

Metropolitan Police Image: Ian Britton/ Creative Commons License

Two men have been arrested in south London on suspicion of funding terrorism.

Al Riddell explains the circumstances of the arrests.

Mental Health

A survey reveals  that cutbacks on funding for mental health may be putting children and young persons’ lives at risk.

London Multi Media News Health Correspondent Astrid Hald reports:

University Funding

Universities minister Jo Johnson has revealed plans to rate universities on teaching standards in a white paper called ‘Success as a Knowledge Economy’.

Harriet Onyett explains more about the contents of the white paper:

Harmony of the Seas

The biggest cruise ship in the world is docked in Southampton.

The Harmony of the Seas has a capacity of over 5 thousand passengers however Gavin Smith of Royal Caribbean says the extremely large ship is not a major source of pollution.


Sheffield Wednesday will reach the Championship Playoffs at Wembley on 28th May after last night’s draw with Brighton.

The Owls are now one win away from returning to the top flight for the first time in 16 years.

Manchester United will play Bournemouth tonight after Sunday’s game was cancelled due to a bomb scare.


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