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Good night. A 14-year-old boy killed in a sword assault in north-east London has been pictured for the primary time.

Elsewhere, migrants earmarked for deportation on the primary flights to Rwanda have been detained in an operation by immigration enforcement officers.

First image of boy, 14, killed in sword assault

Daniel Anjorin was a pupil at Bancroft’s School in Woodford Green, the identical non-public college attended by Nottingham stabbing sufferer Grace O’Malley-Kumar. The flag of the college is at present flying at half-mast and you may learn its tribute to him, and comply with different dwell updates on this story, right here.

First migrants set for Rwanda flights detained in home raids

The migrants had been picked up in raids by officers prior to now two days and brought to immigration removing centres the place they are going to be held forward of the primary flights in 9 to 11 weeks.

Three stabbed in school as boy, 17, is arrested for tried homicide

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of tried homicide after three individuals had been stabbed at a faculty in Sheffield. Officers responded to experiences of an incident involving an unspecified sharp object at The Birley Academy at round 8.50am, South Yorkshire Police mentioned.

Evening Briefing: Today’s important headlines

Scotland | MSPs have voted towards a movement of no confidence within the Scottish Government as all eyes now flip to who will change Humza Yousaf as chief of the SNP.

Media | Controversial BBC boss Jess Brammar was a part of ‘sham’ recruitment, presenters allege at tribunal

Business | Why the world’s fifth-richest man is taking a $1bn ‘bet on Britain’

Post Office | Head lawyer thought of halting Horizon prosecutions in 2013

Police | Officer charged with terror offence after ‘sharing pro-Hamas image’

US | Biden considers accepting Palestinian refugees

Comment and evaluation

Michael Murphy | In Dublin’s migrant camp, I noticed the chaos engulfing Europe’s borders

Andrew Tettenborn | Whisper it, however the Tories’ immigration plans are working

Jasper Rees | Want to know the disaster in masculinity? Talk to teenage boys

Allison Pearson | The SNP hasn’t realised that ‘socially conservative’ is definitely regular

Helena Morrissey | As a enterprise chief, I see so many CVs. This is what I search for – and what I detest

Feature of the day

‘Tchaikovsky can be a nuisance’: meet the best piano tuner on this planet

Ulrich Gerhartz on working for the largest names in classical music, discovering a piano’s ‘personality’ – and why his occupation is in peril.


Business information: Aston Martin’s losses virtually double amid plunging SUV gross sales

Shares in Aston Martin plunged by as a lot as 14pc on Wednesday after the struggling luxurious carmaker revealed losses virtually doubled within the first three months of the yr.

Live markets information: Starbucks plunges $12bn as customers reduce on expensive espresso

Editor’s alternative

Poll of the week | Who ought to succeed Humza Yousaf as SNP chief?

Discover | Eight well being advantages of black espresso

Money | The younger Britons ditching debt-laden levels for profitable salaries

Sport briefing: Today’s important headlines

Damon Hill | Senna was the Achilles of F1 – all the time at warfare

Warren Gatland | Rugby doesn’t have a consuming downside

Champions League | Why Man Utd are hoping Sancho shines

Revealed | What Bellingham mentioned to attempt to get into Kane’s head

Monty Panesar | I need to be an MP to assist working class – and change into Prime Minister in the future

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