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vitalfootball co uk
Mentally we need to be more Athleticdraws The Latics may boast the stats, but City claimed 4 points last season dr
vitalfootball co uk / Posted yesterday
draws The Latics may boast the stats, but City claimed 4 points last season drawing this fixture 1-1 thanks to goals from Peter Clarke (5) and a penalty from Billy Clarke (57). City claimed the double the season before and then the home teams... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat Weekend in Sport | Oct 14Hill Murray Cods) Picture Lachlan Bence. NAIDOC Football and Netball carnival
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Hill Murray Cods) Picture Lachlan Bence. NAIDOC Football and Netball carnival Ballarat Wanderers v Swan Hill Murray Cods. Peter Clarke (Ballarat Wanderers) Trevor Firebrace ( Swan Hill Murray Cods) Picture Lachlan Bence. NAIDOC Football and... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat Weekend in Sport | Oct 14Hill Murray Cods) Picture Lachlan Bence. NAIDOC Football and Netball carnival
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Hill Murray Cods) Picture Lachlan Bence. NAIDOC Football and Netball carnival Ballarat Wanderers v Swan Hill Murray Cods. Peter Clarke (Ballarat Wanderers) Trevor Firebrace ( Swan Hill Murray Cods) Picture Lachlan Bence. NAIDOC Football and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Bury Times
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Bury Times / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Gazette
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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guardian-series
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
guardian-series / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Harrow Times
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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This is West Country
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
This is West Country / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Gazette News
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Gazette News / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Bolton News
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
EveningTimes Online / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” condi
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in “utterly appalling” conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are “frustrated and angry” at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" condi
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are "frustrated and angry" at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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The News and Star
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" condi
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are "frustrated and angry" at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" condi
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are "frustrated and angry" at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Prison violence will not improve without better conditions, says watchdoghas hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" condi
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
has hit jails will continue while inmates are held in "utterly appalling" conditions, the prisons watchdog has warned. Peter Clarke said prisoners are "frustrated and angry" at being locked up for as long as 22 hours a day. Mr Clarke said:... Read more
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metro
Hundreds of sex offenders moved to prison to 'tackle levels of violence'for, or convicted of, sex offences had trebled to just over 300 at the time of
metro / Posted 5 days ago
for, or convicted of, sex offences had trebled to just over 300 at the time of the inspection. Chief Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke said: ‘I was told that this was a deliberate policy in order to help to stabilise the prison in light of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Prison has "deliberate policy" of accepting sex offenders to help reduce violence, report findsconvicted of, sex offences had trebled to just over 300 at the time of the insp
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
convicted of, sex offences had trebled to just over 300 at the time of the inspection in July. Chief Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke said: "I was told that this was a deliberate policy in order to help to stabilise the prison in light of the... Read more
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Ekklesia
Prison conditions 'insanitary, unhygienic and degrading'conditions that threaten their health and can drive them to take drugs, accordi
Ekklesia / Posted 6 days ago
conditions that threaten their health and can drive them to take drugs, according to HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, Peter Clarke. While high security, women’s and open prisons generally have decent conditions, the picture in many local and... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Cockroaches, filthy toilets and damp-ridden walls: pictures show bleak conditions at Walton prisonor Punishment’s minimum standards.Read More Explaining why the findings are im
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
or Punishment’s minimum standards.Read More Explaining why the findings are important, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, Peter Clarke, said: “The concerns and recommendations set out in this paper need to be taken seriously. “The aspirations of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Prisoners are turning to drugs to 'break the boredom'up in cramped and decrepit cells for up to 22 hours a day, a scathing watchdog
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
up in cramped and decrepit cells for up to 22 hours a day, a scathing watchdog report warns. Chief Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke said the aspirations of the Government's reform programme will not be met if inmates are confined in conditions... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Jail bosses say fewer crooks should be locked up because prisons are too full2016/17 showed a quarter of prisoners overall lived in overcrowded conditions,
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
2016/17 showed a quarter of prisoners overall lived in overcrowded conditions, rising to 48% of prisoners in local jails. Peter Clarke, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, said: “All too often, prisoners are held in conditions that fall short of what... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Prisoners partying on drugs, vodka and fast food in shocking jail photosbeatings. Rising levels of drug-fuelled violence behind bars have sparked call
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
beatings. Rising levels of drug-fuelled violence behind bars have sparked calls for airport-style security in every jail. Peter Clarke, the Chief Inspector of Prisons, told last month how he is being bombarded by complaints from inmates. One... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Leaked footage from inside jail shows inmate convulsing after 'inhaling Spice'last month called for airport-style security to be introduced at every UK priso
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
last month called for airport-style security to be introduced at every UK prison to stop the flow of illegal substances. Peter Clarke, chief inspector of prisons, made the recommendation as he revealed he was being bombarded with letters from... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Unclaimed Leeds inheritance 'could be worth millions'Harris, 1948-2017 Gwendolyn Hart, 1917-2013 (born in West Indies) Sarah Hartl
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 11 days ago
Harris, 1948-2017 Gwendolyn Hart, 1917-2013 (born in West Indies) Sarah Hartley, died 1997 Ethel Henderson, 1925-2011 Peter Clarke Higgins, 1927-2005 Harold Hinchcliffe, 1920-2006 Elsie Hodgson, 1897-1987 Ronald Howard, died 1997 Irene... Read more
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The Courier
North East Link: 'lungs' versus lanes as residents rally against highway route optionssuburbs including Greensborough, Ringwood, Warrandyte, Heidelberg, Lilydale, Do
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
suburbs including Greensborough, Ringwood, Warrandyte, Heidelberg, Lilydale, Donvale and Eltham. Nillumbik Council mayor Peter Clarke said any route that went through Eltham, Warrandyte and areas around Kangaroo Ground should be immediately ruled... Read more
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Western Advocate
Rams to end long droughtwhile Dubbo CYMS, Westside and Bathurst St Pat’s members make up the rest of th
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
while Dubbo CYMS, Westside and Bathurst St Pat’s members make up the rest of the team. CRL western region manager Peter Clarke said the naming of the Rams women’s squad, which includes a host of players that represented Western in the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Tony Hobbs claims victoryLittlemore AS’s Prior Cup Qualifier/Roach Cup. He caught 14.8.0 of quality roa
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Littlemore AS’s Prior Cup Qualifier/Roach Cup. He caught 14.8.0 of quality roach and perch to finish clear of runner-up Peter Clarke, who had a mixed net for 12.13.0. Alan Campbell, who was third on 11.0.0, took the Roach Cup with... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Solid reporting still criticalexperienced, the real stories now are the follow-ups ... the rebuild,” Rayner s
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
experienced, the real stories now are the follow-ups ... the rebuild,” Rayner said. Speaking earlier, GML board chairman Peter Clarke said the Guardian’s centenary should not just be celebrated but should also include meaningful contributions to... Read more
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The Comet
Hitchin Town 2-2 St Ives Townon 65 minutes, against the run of play, St Ives regained the lead when a cross
The Comet / Posted 21 days ago
on 65 minutes, against the run of play, St Ives regained the lead when a cross from the left was headed home by Peter Clarke. Hitchin refused to be deflated and four minutes later scored the best goal of the night. Goff punched away a... Read more
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The Border Mail
North East SES unit honours volunteers for their long servicePRESENTATION: Stephen Griffin, Neil Payn, Bruce Meek, Ron Bryceson, Keith O’Bri
The Border Mail / Posted 25 days ago
PRESENTATION: Stephen Griffin, Neil Payn, Bruce Meek, Ron Bryceson, Keith O’Brien, Peter Clarke, Bernard McNamara, Sharyn Nankervis, Kerrie Clarke and John Williams. MORE than 145 years, in total, spent clearing North East hazards has been... Read more
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Western Advocate
Seagers to unite as Rams meet ItaliansBrent and Blake Seager will get the chance to play alongside each other in the
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
Brent and Blake Seager will get the chance to play alongside each other in the Western Rams side this Saturday. Photo: PETER CLARKE While the Western representative side which competes in the country titles has had an under 23s age restriction... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
One in five Portland prisoners developed drug habit behind bars, survey revealsa Category C facility in Dorset holding around 500 adult and young adult male p
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 28 days ago
a Category C facility in Dorset holding around 500 adult and young adult male prisoners. Chief Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke said: "64% of prisoners surveyed told us it was easy to get drugs. Only one prison had returned a higher figure... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
Hurricane Jose Moves North, Tropical Storm Watch For Shorelineon Tuesday. "We continue to carefully monitor Jose's path and are ready to addr
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 28 days ago
on Tuesday. "We continue to carefully monitor Jose's path and are ready to address impacts to the electric system," said Peter Clarke, senior vice president of emergency preparedness. "We're confident our ongoing technology upgrades, combined... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Shoreline residents, businesses prepare for Jose's impactby the storm. “We continue to carefully monitor Jose’s path and are ready to a
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 28 days ago
by the storm. “We continue to carefully monitor Jose’s path and are ready to address impacts to the electric system,” said Peter Clarke, Senior Vice President of Emergency Preparedness for Eversource in a press release. “We’re confident our ongoing... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Safety tips offered in case Hurricane Jose hits Greenwichits disposal. “We continue to carefully monitor Jose’s path and are ready to a
Greenwich Time / Posted 29 days ago
its disposal. “We continue to carefully monitor Jose’s path and are ready to address impacts to the electric system,” said Peter Clarke, Senior Vice President of Emergency Preparedness for Eversource. “We’re confident our ongoing technology... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
John Sheridan reacts to Oldham Athletic defeat as takeover speculation buildsHenderson before finding the angle on the right slightly too much to negotiate.
Manchester Evening News / Posted 29 days ago
Henderson before finding the angle on the right slightly too much to negotiate. Nolan got the winner when Oldham skipper Peter Clarke saw his attempted clearance charged down by Alex Rodman. Davies flicked a header over the top from a cross by... Read more
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Daily Star
Lags take HUGE amounts of 'old school' drugs in jail cellsvisited in March found “a deluge of illicit drugs”. One in three prisoners tes
Daily Star / Posted a month ago
visited in March found “a deluge of illicit drugs”. One in three prisoners tested positive. HM Chief Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke said drugs were “fuelling violence, debt, self-harm and physical and mental illness”. A Prison Service... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Two Manchester United players nominated for awards- Nicky Adams Morecambe - Michael Rose Player of the Year League One Fleetwo
Manchester Evening News / Posted 1 months ago
- Nicky Adams Morecambe - Michael Rose Player of the Year League One Fleetwood Town - Cian Bolger Oldham Athletic - Peter Clarke Rochdale AFC - Callum Camps Player of the Year Championship Blackburn Rovers - Derrick Williams Preston... Read more

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