'We lost nearly £10k to TV licence scammers'
When Jerry Tack received an email saying the TV licence needed paying, he didn't think twice about it.
>Nothing seemed suspicious about the website he clicked on, so he entered his bank details - and began a chain of events that would lose him £9,900.
>Jerry, from Hampshire, was among thousands contacted in what police called a "particularly nasty" fraud.
>But the banks say they cannot reimburse customers who have mistakenly authorised payments to fraudsters.
Brexit: Date for vote on Theresa May's deal confirmed
MPs will vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday, 15 January, government sources have confirmed.
>The Commons vote was called off last month by the PM, who was facing defeat, but sources have told the BBC the vote will not be delayed again.
>It is also understood the government will set out further reassurances on the controversial backstop.
>Meanwhile, more than 200 MPs have signed a letter to Theresa May, urging her to rule out a no-deal Brexit.
Surrey train stabbing: Suspect Darren Pencille refuses to enter plea, claiming he is 'paranoid'
>A man accused of the fatal stabbing of a fellow train passenger refused to stand and did not enter a plea as he appeared in court this morning.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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