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I am Alex Bushill. so it's goodbye from me.
A 16-year-old has been sentenced to three years in jail.
The court heard he threw a single "superman" punch
which knocked 40-year-old Arek Jozwitz to the ground
The victim's family are said to be disappointed with the sentence.
Alex Dunlop sent this report from outside Chelmsford Crown Court.
The 16-year-old stood impassively in the dock as the judge told him
that whatever sentence she handed down could not make up
for the massive loss the family of Arek Jozwitz had suffered.
When she sentenced the boy to three years in detention for manslaughter,
his family shouted and cried out to him, he gave them a short wave
Arek Jozwitz, who was 40, was a factory worker.
He went to a shopping centre in Harlow late one Saturday
night in August last year with a Polish friend.
They were eating at a pizza in the precinct when they became
embroiled in an argument with a group of teenager boys.
A 15-year-old went up behind him and delivered what the court heard
was a superman punch to the back of his head.
He fell over, never regained consciousness
Now this happened two months after the vote on Brexit
and was seen at the time as a possible race-hate crime.
Hundreds of Polish people in Harlow came out and held vigils.
The Polish ambassador visited the town, followed a few days
The issue was even raised in the European Parliament
However, the evidence did not support that
assertion and the teenager was convicted of manslaughter.
Arek Jozwitz's mother and brother left the court without commenting
but she did say that this was such a cruel death of my child,
A man has been sentenced to 14 years in jail for killing a celebrity
27-year-old Ricky Hayden was set on outside his home after seeing
two youths he thought were about to steal a scooter.
He was attacked with a machete by 20-year-old Tommy Roome,
who was cleared of murder but convicted of manslaughter.
Mr Hayden's family clapped as the sentence was handed down.
It is a national first - driverless buses on the streets of London.
And for the next fortnight, Londoners will be able
to take a ride around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Using sensors, cameras, and GPS mapping - they are powered
Our transport correspondent, Tom Edwards reports.
This is an autonomous bus driven by computer, on trial on a 12-minute
loop around the Olympic Park. Travelling at twomph, there is a
staff member on board. We found two students to join us. I think they're
fantastic. You can see now we are moving incredibly smoothly. At a
decent pace, it's very safe. The technology is there, it's brilliant.
You think computers are better drivers generally than human beings?
From this ten-minute trip, probably, I would say. London is seeing a
number of trials of driverless vehicles. This is the one in
Greenwich. The Government is trying to make it easier to attract
investment in autonomous vehicles. It's all part of a revolution that's
going to change the lives of people across the world. We are going to
see vehicles that can provide better transport options for people with
disabilities, provide better public transport links at odd times of the
day when a vehicle like this can fill a link that wouldn't otherwise
be there. We are on the brink and starting a transport revolution.
How safe is this technology? It uses cameras and lasers to scan the road,
but what if someone walks in front of it? As you can see, it stops.
Some think autonomous vehicles will reduce insurance and congestion.
Others fear it will mean fewer jobs for drivers. These have already been
tested in other cities. Is it safe? Of course it is, it needs to be
developed over time and that's why trials like this are really
important. We will be trialing this alongside pedestrians in a busy
environment. We have had other smaller-scale trials and we are
using that data to constantly improve. These are still early days
in this emerging industry. This bus, which is free to catch, will be
running until the end of the month. Now that's a brave correspondent for
you! It's launched a campaign to crack
down on incidents like this one in basil done. One of the 17,000
clearups recorded by the council last year.
For the first time, Transport for London has been able to track
the movements of people using the tube -
by collecting their wi-fi data. The anonymous data was harnessed
during a four-week trial at the end of last year.
TfL says that no personal information was collected,
and hopes that it will help provide better information
An all-female pro-wrestling outfit in East London says it's seen
Promoters say it's after it was the theme
Mohamed Madi has been to Bethnal Green to spend time
with some real-life wrestlers, to hear their stories behind
You are the wrestler that the fans have come to see.
It's a feminist punk all-female pro-wrestling promotion.
The first response would always be mud, oil, jelly and that really sums
up what those misconceptions were and after Netflix made
the series Glow it made them stop and maybe listen to us for a moment.
For me, wrestlers are like superheroes.
They're like Ironman and Wonder Woman.
They're there to watch you perform and let you entertain them.
I wrestle for pro-wrestling as a heel.
A heel is someone that the fans love to hate.
You surrender yourself to the devil on your shoulder.
Going out there as a heel, it's just as satisfying to hear
people chanting horrible stuff at you and booing you.
It's like a buzz that you can't describe.
And it means that you can pick up on things that you might not
say to people normally because they're too personal.
Fight like a girl is a strength, fight like a girl isn't weak.
It's something that what you're fighting through to prove
against everyone that women can wrestle as good as men,
to fighting against anxiety, depression, eating
fighting like a girl is fighting through that and succeeding.
People who wrestle are such amazing individuals because everyone's
got their own quirks, you have big characters.
But at the same time everyone's humble enough to not take
At the end of the day, we put spandex on and fight each
other at weekends, so we can't take ourselves too seriously.
Looks like to me they're taking them receives seriously, fabulous stuff.
Let's check with the weekend weather.
It looks like someone switched on the autumn nal switch. Today we have
seen rain, a lot of cloud and some of that cloud fairly thick. It's
just been a rather grey day all in all. We will continue this afternoon
with further heavy showers. Heavy outbreaks of rain, all in all,
it's a wet end to the week. A strengthening breeze pushing those
showers, don't be too surprised if you hear thunder mixed in there, as
well. The maximum temperature today struggles a little, 17 so feeling
cool. The showers this evening will gradually start to become fewer and
further between. They'll clear out of the way. The wind will fall light
and the sky will clear. Temperatures on the whole dropping down to ten,
11 in towns. Towards the countryside, perhaps cooler. Looks
like a promising start to the weekend for Saturday. Short-lived I
am afraid. Sunshine and brightness first thing in the morning but
gradually through tomorrow afternoon that wind again will start to
strengthen, blowing through some quite heavy showers for Saturday
afternoon. Again don't be surprised if you hear thunder. The maximum
temperature up to around 19. Sunday, it's a similar start, dry
and bright but then heavy showers in the afternoon and it's going to be
blustery as well. In short, the weather for the next few days is
turning autumnal. That's it from me. Much more on all
our stories on our website at the usual address. Bye, have a great
weekend. Experience the power
of the BBC Proms. Get in the party spirit
and join us for the Last Night. I want a divorce. Talk to my lawyer.
I'm keeping the CDs. In your dreams. I think I love you. I love you too.
Let's move in together.