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These are the most wanted fugitives in Britain

The list includes charges of murder, organised criminal activity and large scale money laundering

The National Crime Agency’s most wanted list may not be as glamorous as the FBI’s, once famously graced by Osama Bin Laden’s presence, but it is populated by serious crimes. There are fugitives accused of running international cocaine distribution network, cold-blooded murder and laundering more than £1 billion.

There is a reward of £50,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of some of the most wanted.

If you know the whereabouts of a wanted fugitive please contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, via their online form or by calling 0800 555 111.

Crimestoppers guarantee your anonymity; no-one will ever know who you are, you will not have to give a statement to the police and you will never have to go to court.

It’s important to not approach any person featured in this list. In an emergency, call 999.

Costas Simpson

https://www.joe.co.uk/news/most-wanted-fugitives-britain-162272

Britain’s most wanted fugitive on the run with new identity

Britain’s most wanted conman Mark Acklom is on the run under a new identity.

The fraudster, who conned one woman out of £850,000, is currently evading capture under the new alias Marc Long.

The 44-year-old is believed to be hiding with his wife, Maria Yolanda Ros Rodriguez, 47, who may be using the names Maria Long, Yolianda Ross or Mary Moss.

The serial conman is the subject of a European Arrest Warrant.

A passport in the name of Marc Long, which is valid for another six years, was used to get a Swiss residency permit after he fled the UK, according to Sky News.

The trail has now led authorities to Switzerland where he has been renting an apartment in Zurich, though it is not clear if he still keeps the apartment.

Read More at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/01/13/britains-wanted-fugitive-run-new-identity/

Britain on brink of triggering Article 50, Turkey-Netherlands row …

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is on the brink of triggering Article 50, the mechanism for Brexit. The House of Commons will today vote on two proposed amendments to the legislation passed by the House of Lords last week. One promises a “meaningful” parliamentary vote on the final deal with the EU, while the other gives protection to EU nationals living in Britain. Proponents of the amendments within the ruling Tory party are making a last push for a guarantee that parliament will get a final vote. If the bill is passed it will return to the House of Lords for ratification. Once ratified, Mrs May can trigger the complicated two-year process of unravelling more than 40 years of EU membership.

European leaders are already preparing for an imminent start to Brexit talks with a meeting likely on April 6. (FT, Guardian)

Read More at: https://www.ft.com/content/08481d66-0719-11e7-97d1-5e720a26771b

Britain on brink of triggering Article 50, Turkey-Netherlands row widens and the FBI’s most wanted hacker

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is on the brink of triggering Article 50, the mechanism for Brexit. The House of Commons will today vote on two proposed amendments to the legislation passed by the House of Lords last week. One promises a “meaningful” parliamentary vote on the final deal with the EU, while the other gives protection to EU nationals living in Britain. Proponents of the amendments within the ruling Tory party are making a last push for a guarantee that parliament will get a final vote. If the bill is passed it will return to the House of Lords for ratification. Once ratified, Mrs May can trigger the complicated two-year process of unravelling more than 40 years of EU membership.

European leaders are already preparing for an imminent start to Brexit talks with a meeting likely on April 6. (FT, Guardian)

Read More at: https://www.ft.com/content/08481d66-0719-11e7-97d1-5e720a26771b