YouTube star in 'revenge porn' case

This Is Wiltshire: If the YouTube star's civil case is successful, it would be a landmark ruling over so-called revenge porn

3:47pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

A YouTube star is looking to make legal history by becoming the first person to bring a civil claim against a former partner for posting so-called revenge porn on the internet.

'Repeated warnings' before death

This Is Wiltshire: Paul Bowers died when a pile of metal components in Hangar 14 of Cambridge Airport collapsed on him, the Old Bailey heard.

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

A man was crushed by a stack of aeroplane parts in an airport hangar after bosses ignored "repeated and explicit" warnings about dangerous conditions, a court has heard.

Boss 'sent staff into death unit'

This Is Wiltshire: Mark Dennis QC told Winchester Crown Court that a manager instructed two staff to gather sample apples to enter in the Marden Fruit Show

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

A fruit packing manager sent two employees to their deaths by asking them to "scuba dive" without breathing apparatus into an oxygen-deprived storage unit to collect apple samples he wanted to enter into a show, a court has heard.

Hugo Boss admits mirror charges

This Is Wiltshire: Austen Harrison died from "devastating" head injuries when an unstable shop mirror fell on him

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

Designer brand Hugo Boss has admitted health and safety breaches in connection with the death of a four-year-old boy who was crushed to death when an 18-stone mirror fell on him.

I'd consider aided suicide: Hawking

This Is Wiltshire: Professor Stephen Hawking has said he would consider assisted suicide if he became a burden

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

World-renowned physicist Sir Stephen Hawking has said he would consider assisted suicide if he was "in great pain" or felt he " had nothing more to contribute".

Coulson cleared in perjury trial

This Is Wiltshire: Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson at the High Court in Edinburgh

10:49am Wednesday 3rd June 2015

Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has been cleared of committing perjury while giving evidence in the trial of ex-MSP Tommy Sheridan.

UK growth forecast cut by OECD

This Is Wiltshire: Angel Gurria says the pace of recovery remains weak and investment has yet to take off

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

Britain's growth forecast has been cut as an international think-tank warned the global economy is "muddling through" with a B-minus grade.

Go for it, PM tells new Labour MP

This Is Wiltshire: Prime Minister David Cameron made the comments at PMQs (AP)

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

David Cameron has urged a newly elected Labour MP to "go for it" and enter her party's leadership contest as she asked the Prime Minister about the loss of the UK's AAA credit rating.

PM: Boat migrants 'want life boost'

This Is Wiltshire: Prime Minister David Cameron told MPs boat migrants have been "tricked and fooled" by criminal gangs

2:25pm Wednesday 3rd June 2015

David Cameron has claimed the "vast majority" of migrants travelling in boats across the Mediterranean are not asylum seekers but people seeking a better life.

Services sector slows down sharply

This Is Wiltshire: The slowdown in the powerful services sector points to weaker growth in the economy

11:01am Wednesday 3rd June 2015

Britain's dominant services sector suffered its sharpest slowdown in growth for nearly four years in May, adding to doubts that the wider economy will bounce back from a disappointing start to the year.








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