An inquest is being held into the murder of Alice Gross, 14, in 2014.
According to the Mail online Tuesday "Foreigners entering Britain 'were not routinely checked for convictions at the time Alice Gross' Latvian killer came to UK'.
A huge police investigation was launched in the UK after 14-year-old Alice Gross went missing on August 28, 2014.
She was caught on CCTV as she crossed a bridge in London, and minutes later Latvian builder Arnis Zalkalns, 41, was caught on the same camera.
He was cycling along the same canal bridge in the same direction Alice was walking. Alice was never seen alive again.
On September 30, 2014, the body of Alice was found hidden close to where she went missing.
A great deal of effort had been made to conceal her body in London's River Brent.
Police issued a statement days later after finding the body of a man in undergrowth in the vicinity. A man's body was found in dense woodland Boston Manor Park, near Hanwell, west London.
Police said that early indications were that the badly decomposed body was Zalkalns, although that is not officially confirmed. The family of Alice have been informed.
When Alice went missing social media joined in the search posting messages and asking celebrities to join in the 'find Alice' campaign.
A week after she vanished Arnis Zalkalns also went missing.
Police later revealed that Arnis was a convicted murderer; he served jail time in his native Latvia in the 1990s. His victim was his wife at that time. Zalkalns killed her and buried her body in a forest following a row about her sexuality. He brutally bludgeoned and stabbed his wife Rudite to death.
In 2014 we commented "The offence presumably did not bar Zalkalns as a Latvian resident from entering the UK or living here, such is the European Union. He took up residence in the UK in 2007. Police during the search for Gross claimed there was no record in the UK of the murder in Latvia. PM David Cameron added his voice to concerns that a convicted murderer could seemingly easily enter, work and live in the UK."
BBC News reported "Prime Minister David Cameron said he will examine "all the circumstances of the case" surrounding the murder of Alice. He described it as a "horrific case", and said: "Anyone with a daughter will have just felt sickened by what has happened and what that poor family has had to go through"."
Well I have news for you Mr Cameron - you do not need a daughter to be sickened by the murder of Alice.
Zalklns has a daughter who was understandably upset and shocked that her father was the prime suspect in this case.
All you need to be sickened by the killing of young Alice Gross is a heart and to be a decent human being.
Opinion: Monday morning Labour resignations continue.
The timing of a well-planned and coordinated Labour coup is appalling.
But it seems having waited since Corbyn was elected September 12, 2015, for a perfect time to try to oust Corbyn MPs believe now is the time.
The Tory Party are in dissarray, their leader has resigned, the fall out from the European Referendum continues but Labour opt to fight each other.
Monday the Tory Cabinet met behind closed doors. They continue to show party unity. They know the country is in a precarious position with some people feeling vulnerable and they know the world is watching.
They left the cabinet meeting in a calm and dignified manner.
They have been advised well.
Their actions make Labour look like a rabble.
Labour MPs are using social and mainstream media to coordinate their resignations hoping to force Jeremy Corbyn to resign.
Some of the usual suspects, those who were quick to dump Ed Miliband in 2015 and showed a phoney hand to Gordon Brown, are working hard to oust Corbyn.
Many of them do not want to be party leader and can you blame them?
At time of writing Mr Corbyn has said he is going nowhere.
But as more and more Labour MPs resign his position will soon be untenable.
Their aim is to withdraw goodwill, sit on the backbenches, do little, watch Corbyn fall and still take their fat salary and extras from posting in the mainstream media and more.
Caring, compassionate socialists to the end.
The likes of John Woodcock claim that Corbyn does not have broad appeal. He too is using social media to undermine Corbyn's leadership. When I asked him politely about this on Twitter Sunday he blocked me. I tweeted him that I am a 64 year old woman who lives in the North of England and hails from working class stock-just the sort of person he claims Corbyn does not appeal to.
But the die is cast and all he could do was block me.
The aim of these MPs is to oust Jeremy Corbyn and replace him with a right-wing of Labour leader and cabinet.
A few names such as Lisa Nandy, Steven Kinnock and Dan Jarvis are in the mix.
None appeal to me.
Labour's Deputy leader Tom Watson as predicted on Twitter Sunday night by those being fed information from the plotters is looking to step in as temporary party leader until a new leader is elected.
They are hoping to prevent Mr Corbyn standing for election again.
Here are a few points worth noting
This morning as I write a key player in the shadow Cabinet Angela Eagle has tendered her resignation.
I wrote to my MP Alan Johnson Friday as news of a coup spread but he has yet to reply. His silence could be telling.
More resignations will follow but will one be from Jeremy Corbyn?
This will be brief but I hope it will quickly gather many signatures.
As people with no heart and soul address the mainstream media with crocodile tears in their eyes they post their resignation letters from the Labour shadow cabinet on social media.
These people are Labour Party MPS.
People who should be demonstrating that they are trustworthy.
Instead they appear a rabid rabble.
A carefully coordinated and orchestrated coup to remove Jeremy Corbyn is underway.
It is taking any heat from the Tory Party.
Those members of the parliamentary labour party involved have shown no mercy.
This afternoon Jeremy Corbyn faced ridicule from those who should be part of his team.
Instead some of those have tweeted that they hope he will fall on his sword and more.
That was Wes Streeting who not so long ago stood next to Jeremy with a sanctimonious look on his face as they remembered the late Jo Cox.
In the House of Commons Monday they opted for mob rule chanting resign at Mr Corbyn.
To be fair most of them have been saying similar for some time but under their breath and in leaks to the mainstream media.
Dennis Skinner apeared to give the V sign to the rabble behind Mr Corbyn in the House of Commons.
The msm is of course playing its part in this coup and lapping it up.
The coup has been organised for months and set to roll at any excuse.
Could the strategic planning be down to one would be leader ex military man Dan Jarvis?
Negative news re Mr Corbyn is quickly lapped up, tweaked and passed along the line.
Open letters on newtekworldnews with many signatures are always ignored but they are seen in the right places and hit home.
Plotters such as Jamie Reed MP are to tonight sharing a link to push for signatures demanding Corbyn go.
They request people contact their MP asking that Corbyn go but I contacted my MP Alan Johnson Friday asking that he support Mr Corbyn and at time of writing have no reply.
Will you support me in signing a vote of confidence in Jeremy Corbyn?
We stand with Jeremy Corbyn
Mrs Eileen Kersey
Sadly the hard right faction of the Labour Pary are staging a coup against the party leader.
They may prefer to descibe themselves as moderates but they are far from that. If they are able to call Corbyn supporters hard left let's call them what they are-hard right or Tory lightweights.
Look at the voting track record of some of those attacking Mr Corbyn now and you will find a bunch of self-servatives who have often voted to support Tory cuts to budgets and bombing foreign lands.
After putting Mr Corbyn in the untenable position of having to sack Hilary Benn their coup is now gathering speed.
Would you trust your vote to these people?
I would and will not.
I did not vote for Mr Corbyn as party leader instead opting for Andy Burnham but I respect party democracy.
If Corbyn goes so do I and I will not be alone.
Others will return to Labour but will it be enough to oust the Tories.
A snap election is on the cards and the vile backstabbers will say their aim is to find an electable leader before an election.
But they lie.
They have plotted since September 12, 2015, and undermined Corbyn at every opportunity.
Perhaps they fear a real Labour government themselves as they might take a financial hit. They obviously prefer the politics of Tony Blair, Thatcher's child.
Others think they do not want Jeremy in charge when the Chilcot report is finally published.
Either way if you belive this is down to the EU LEAVE vote you are a fool.
And either way disloyal MPs were waiting in the wings to stage their coup.
I hope this Sunday they feel pleased with and are proud of themselves.
Would you vote for such deceitful and self serving MPs?
Hilary Benn sacked, Heidi Alexander resigns as UK politics gets nasty
Heidi Alexander resignation letter
Labour coup with a little help from Twitter and BBC News
Op-ed: It has been a fast moving morning in the UK.
The majority of voters chose LEAVE the European Union setting off a rollercoaster of events.
UK PM David Cameron announced early Friday he is stepping down and the Tory Party will unveil a new party leader at their October conference.
Mark Carney made a public announcement aimed at steadying markets.
Overnight as soon as referendum results started to come in the value of sterling plummeted. It has recovered slightly following Mr Carney's statement.
EU chief Claude Juncker has also issued a statement Friday saying there will be no renegotiation with the UK and the deal Cameron secured earlier in the year no longer stands.
He managed to anger pre remain and pro leave voters with more divisive rhetoric.
Juncker of course along with other EU leading lights will be shoring up defences. That will include giving the UK a hard time; they will not want other European Union countries getting LEAVE ideas.
But the latest news which was expected by many people within the Labour Party is two senior party members have tabled a motion for a vote of no confidence in party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The referendum was spearheaded by the Tories who received maximum mainstream media coverage throughout but Corbyn was always going to somehow be to blame.
Those with long knives and self-serving agendas were always going to strike at Corbyn once the EU referendum was done and dusted.
Those in the party often referred to as Bitterities, old new Labour followers, have backstabbed Corbyn from day one and have sunk to the depth of disloyalty time and time again.
Friday unpopular peer Peter Mandleson stuck the knife into Corbyn yet again. And two Tories Nicola Sturgeon and Tony Blair both said they felt sorry for David Cameron.
Alternatively Jeremy Corbyn did not comment on Cameron's resignation but vowed to carry on.
But they may have all underestimated the strength of support for Mr Corbyn from party members and activists.
If they manage to oust Jeremy Corbyn some will return to the Labour family and maybe even vote Labour but it may not balance out those who will turn their backs on the party.
With fewer activists and funds Labour will be in a state of heaven knows what.
Previously touted to replace Mr Corbyn are Dan Jarvis, Chuka Umunna and John McDonnell with people auch as John Mann and Tristam Hunt possibly in the mix.
But all of the current alternatives to Mr Corbyn are old new Labour and people have moved on.
Voters need a united Labour Party more than ever and they need a decent person like Jeremy Corbyn at the helm.
The Blair years are gone thankfully.
Anne Coffey and Margaret Hodge http://news.sky.com/story/1717003/corbyn-no-confidence-motion-in-labour-leader clueless
After EU in / out referendum polls close 10pm GMT Thursday there will be a rush to return the first official figures and if it runs true to form Sunderland could be the first to post the results of the referendum locally.
Some regions will take much longer and final results may not be available until Friday morning.
However sometime in the wee small hours of Friday morning we should all know whether the majority of the electorate in the UK has voted to stick with the European Union or quit.
The second option will leave a range of issues unresolved and an exit would take time.
Check back later and as always we will try to post the results as they come in.
First result in and it is from Gibraltar - 19,322 Remain and 832 Leave. The turnout was 84%.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Remain: 50.7% (65,404) Leave: 49.3% (63,598) spoiled ballot papers 69.
The Orkney Islands Remain: 63.2% (7,189) Leave: 36.8% (4,193)
Sunderland Remain: 38.7% (51,930) Leave: 61.3% (82,394)
Clackmannanshire, Remain: 57.8% (14,691) Leave: 42.2% (10,736)
Isles of Scilly, Remain: 56.4% (803) Leave: 43.6% (621)
Foyle, Remain: 78.3% (32,064) Leave: 21.7% (8,905)
There are 382 areas in total.
Swindon, Remain: 45.3% (51,220) Leave: 54.7% (61,745)
The total number has changed from remain majority to leave majority and back twice now. The pound has tumbled on the results so far.
According to Twitter a short while ago "Highland authority Counting Agent escorted from the building for... drinking too much".
Broxbourne Leave 66.3%......33,706 VOTES Remain 33.7%....17,166 VOTES Turnout: 73.7%
Kettering, Remain: 39.0% (21,030) Leave: 61.0% (32,877)
The referendum ultimately will simply add those votes on each side. So if Leave has more votes out of the total number of votes it wins-if Remain has it wins.
South Tyneside Remain: 38.0% (30,014) Leave: 62.0% (49,065)
Shetland Islands, Remain: 56.5% (6,907) Leave: 43.5% (5,315)
North Antrim, Remain: 37.8% (18,782) Leave: 62.2% (30,938)
West Dunbartonshire Remain: 62.0% (26,794) Leave: 38.0% (16,426)
Dundee City, Remain: 59.8% (39,688) Leave: 40.2% (26,697)
Lagan Valley Remain: 46.9% (22,710) Leave: 53.1% (25,704)
At this point the totals are:
East Ayrshire, Remain: 58.6% (33,891) Leave: 41.4% (23,942)
West Tyrone, Remain: 66.8% (26,765) Leave: 33.2% (13,274)
Eilean Siar, Remain: 55.2% (8,232) Leave: 44.8% (6,671)
Basildon, Remain: 31.4% (30,748) Leave: 68.6% (67,251)
Hartlepool, Remain: 30.4% (14,029) Leave: 69.6% (32,071)
Midlothian, Remain: 62.1% (28,217) Leave: 37.9% (17,251)
Stockton-on-Tees, Remain: 38.3% (38,433) Leave: 61.7% (61,982)
Rich Poor, North South divide or maybe not. Hard to know until all the results are in.
Renfrewshire Remain: 64.8% (57,119) Leave: 35.2% (31,010)
Rochford Remain: 33.4% (17,510) Leave: 66.6% (34,937)
City of London, Remain: 78.3% (3,912) Leave: 21.7% (1,087)
Swansea, Remain: 48.5% (58,307) Leave: 51.5% (61,936)
Flintshire, Remain: 43.6% (37,867) Leave: 56.4% (48,930)
Blaenau Gwent, Remain: 38.0% (13,215) Leave: 62.0% (21,587)
Wellingborough, Remain: 37.6% (15,462) Leave: 62.4% (25,679)
St. Helens, Remain: 42.0% (39,322) Leave: 58.0% (54,357)
Angus, Remain: 55.3% (32,747) Leave: 44.7% (26,511)
Isle of Anglesey, Remain: 49.1% (18,618) Leave: 50.9% (19,333)
Oxford, Remain: 70.3% (49,424) Leave: 29.7% (20,913)
North Warwickshire, Remain: 33.1% (12,569) Leave: 66.9% (25,385)
Lambeth, Remain: 78.6% (111,584) Leave: 21.4% (30,340)
Exeter, Remain: 55.3% (35,270) Leave: 44.7% (28,533)
Stirling, Remain: 67.7% (33,112) Leave: 32.3% (15,787)
Glasgow City, Remain: 66.6% (168,335) Leave: 33.4% (84,474)
South Ayrshire, Remain: 59.0% (36,265) Leave: 41.0% (25,241)
Stevenage Remain: 40.8% (18,659) Leave: 59.2% (27,126)
Bracknell Forest, Remain: 46.1% (29,888) Leave: 53.9% (35,002)
Wandsworth, Remain: 75.0% (118,463) Leave: 25.0% (39,421)
Caerphilly, Remain: 42.4% (39,178) Leave: 57.6% (53,295)
Conwy, Remain: 46.0% (30,147) Leave: 54.0% (35,357)
Wrexham, Remain: 41.0% (28,822) Leave: 59.0% (41,544)
Torbay, Remain: 36.8% (27,935) Leave: 63.2% (47,889)
North Ayrshire, Remain: 56.9% (38,394) Leave: 43.1% (29,110)
East Lothian, Remain: 64.6% (36,026) Leave: 35.4% (19,738)
Belfast North Remain: 50.4% (20,128) Leave: 49.6% (19,844)
Knowsley, Remain: 48.4% (34,345) Leave: 51.6% (36,558)
South Bucks, Remain: 49.3% (20,077) Leave: 50.7% (20,647)
South Lanarkshire,Remain: 63.1% (102,568) Leave: 36.9% (60,024)
East Dunbarton, Remain: 71.4% (44,534) Leave: 28.6% (17,840)
Hyndburn, Remain: 33.8% (13,569) Leave: 66.2% (26,568)
Gosport, Remain: 36.1% (16,671) Leave: 63.9% (29,456)
Belfast South, Remain: 69.5% (30,960) Leave: 30.5% (13,596)
Pendle, Remain: 36.8% (16,704) Leave: 63.2% (28,631)
Hammersmith & Fulham, Remain: 70.0% (56,188) Leave: 30.0% (24,054)
Nuneaton and Bedworth, Remain: 66.0% (46,095) Leave: 34.0% (23,736)
Moray, Remain: 50.1% (24,111) Leave: 49.9% (23,992)
Uttlesford, Remain: 49.3% (25,619) Leave: 50.7% (26,324)
Corby, Remain: 35.8% (11,470) Leave: 64.2% (20,611)
Stroud Remain: 54.6% (40,446) Leave: 45.4% (33,618)
Peterborough, Remain: 39.1% (34,176) Leave: 60.9% (53,216)
Rhondda Cynon Taf, Remain: 46.3% (53,973) Leave: 53.7% (62,590)
Allerdale, Remain: 41.4% (22,429) Leave: 58.6% (31,809)
Liverpool, Remain: 58.2% (118,453) Leave: 41.8% (85,101)
Islington, Remain: 75.2% (76,420) Leave: 24.8% (25,180)
Rugby, Remain: 43.3% (25,350) Leave: 56.7% (33,199)
Castle Point, Remain: 27.3% (14,154) Leave: 72.7% (37,691)
Mole Valley, Remain: 53.1% (29,088) Leave: 46.9% (25,708)
Surrey Heath, Remain: 49.0% (25,638) Leave: 51.0% (26,667)
Richmondshire, Remain: 43.2% (11,945) Leave: 56.8% (15,691)
Isle of Wight, Remain: 38.1% (30,207) Leave: 61.9% (49,173)
East Londonderry, Remain: 52.0% (21,098) Leave: 48.0% (19,455)
Aberdeen City, Remain: 61.1% (63,985) Leave: 38.9% (40,729)
Richmond Upon Thames, Remain: 69.3% (75,396) Leave: 30.7% (33,410)
Westminster, Remain: 69.0% (53,928) Leave: 31.0% (24,268)
Vale of Glamorgan, Remain: 50.7% (36,681) Leave: 49.3% (35,628)
Boston, Remain: 24.4% (7,430) Leave: 75.6% (22,974)
Pembrokeshire, Remain: 42.9% (29,367) Leave: 57.1% (39,155)
South Lakeland, Remain: 52.9% (34,531) Leave: 47.1% (30,800)
Vale of Glamorgan, Remain: 50.7% (36,681) Leave: 49.3% (35,628)
Neath Port Talbot, Remain: 43.2% (32,651) Leave: 56.8% (43,001)
Scarborough, Remain: 38.0% (22,999) Leave: 62.0% (37,512)
Coventry, Remain: 44.4% (67,967) Leave: 55.6% (85,097)
Gateshead, Remain: 43.2% (44,429) Leave: 56.8% (58,529)
Sevenoaks, Remain: 45.6% (32,091) Leave: 54.4% (38,258)
Wirral, Remain: 51.7% (88,931) Leave: 48.3% (83,069)
Worcester, Remain: 46.3% (25,125) Leave: 53.7% (29,114)
Crawley, Remain: 41.6% (22,388) Leave: 58.4% (31,447)
Edinburgh, Remain: 74.4% (187,792) Leave: 25.6% (64,498)
Barrow-in-Furness, Remain: 39.4% (14,207) Leave: 60.6% (21,867)
Monmouthshire, Remain: 50.4% (28,061) Leave: 49.6% (27,569)
Sheffield, Remain: 49.0% (130,735) Leave: 51.0% (136,018)
Haringey, Remain: 75.6% (79,991) Leave: 24.4% (25,855)
North Hertfordshire,Remain: 54.4% (42,234) Leave: 45.6% (35,438)
East Riding of Yorkshire, Remain: 39.6% (78,779) Leave: 60.4% (120,136)
Welwyn Hatfield, Remain: 47.0% (27,550) Leave: 53.0% (31,060)
Tameside, Remain: 38.9% (43,118) Leave: 61.1% (67,829)
Mid Devon, Remain: 46.7% (22,400) Leave: 53.3% (25,606)
Epping Forest, Remain: 37.3% (28,676) Leave: 62.7% (48,176)
Chelmsford, Remain: 47.2% (47,545) Leave: 52.8% (53,249)
Mid Devon, Remain: 46.7% (22,400) Leave: 53.3% (25,606)
Epping Forest, Remain: 37.3% (28,676) Leave: 62.7% (48,176)
East Staffordshire, Remain: 36.8% (22,850) Leave: 63.2% (39,266)
Rossendale, Remain: 39.3% (15,012) Leave: 60.7% (23,169)
Bolton, Remain: 41.7% (57,589) Leave: 58.3% (80,491)
Hart, Remain: 52.4% (30,282) Leave: 47.6% (27,513)
Barnsley, Remain: 31.7% (38,951) Leave: 68.3% (83,958)
Canterbury, Remain: 49.0% (40,169) Leave: 51.0% (41,879)
Doncaster, Remain: 31.0% (46,922) Leave: 69.0% (104,260)
Hackney, Leave: 21.5% (22,868) Remain: 78.5% (83,398)
Tendring, Remain: 30.5% (25,210) Leave: 69.5% (57,447)
Thurrock, Remain: 27.7% (22,151) Leave: 72.3% (57,765)
Chorley, Remain: 43.2% (27,417) Leave: 56.8% (36,098)
Reading, Remain: 58.0% (43,385) Leave: 42.0% (31,382)
Kensington and Chelsea, Remain: 68.7% (37,601) Leave: 31.3% (17,138)
Manchester, Remain: 60.4% (121,823) Leave: 39.6% (79,991)
Bexley, Remain: 37.0% (47,603) Leave: 63.0% (80,886)
Teignbridge, Remain: 46.1% (37,949) Leave: 53.9% (44,363)
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