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Lancashire Police offer Zero Star Hotel

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“Upon your arrival at our town centre hotel, you will be greeted by one of our friendly front of house managers, although at busy times there may be a queue to check in. They will obtain some personal details from you before deciding if your one of the lucky guests to get a room at the inn.

” If you are, you will be given the hotel ‘rules’ and shown to one of our 45 single occupancy rooms by a member of concierge staff. Some rooms are ‘en~suite’ and have luxurious 5cm thick mattresses for our guests comfort (blankets and pillows are provided to guests at the management’s discretion).

“One of our staff members will wake you up at regular intervals to offer you complimentary drinks, and a hot microwave ready meal at set meal times. At some point during your stay, a member of our professional customer services team will take you to one of the hotels conference rooms to ask you a few questions about how/why you came to be in our hotel. All your answers are recorded on tape and we advise guests to provide honest feedback during this interview.

“After that, our front of house manager will decide if you can ‘check – out’ or not. Upon check out you will be asked for any useful feedback regarding your stay and how we can improve our future guest services, as our guests welfare is our paramount priority. Our front of house manager will decide if you can leave free of charge, you may get an £80 bill, or you might get a ‘new booking’ reservation to come back for another meeting with our manager in the future.

“For some of our unfortunate guests, they get an immediate transfer via private minibus to one of our larger hotels situated around the country, managed by our sister company “HMP,” where they may get to stay for many years!”.

Daniel Johnson responded “I stayed the night courtesy of a doorman who declined my ID on my birthday. 

“The doorman rang the staff because he thought my banter was too much & I was picked up from the club I was outside. 

“For no charge I was chauffeur driven to this very establishment. Service was as expected, I had to sign in. 

“Once I had checked in, all luggage was taken from me and stored safety away, sealed in a plastic bag which could not be tempered with for extra protection. 

“Once I was shown to my room, the staff wasted no time in letting me get accustom to my en-suite room for one. 

“Not long after I was settled, staff checked back on me to make sure everything was to my liking.

“I kindly asked for a beverage and soon after was presented with an ice cold cup of refreshing water. Every hour staff kindly checked upon me until breakfast. 

“Sadly, I had to leave before I had chance to dine. Open checking out, my belongings were safety returned to me for no extra charge.

” The staff showed me the exit and very kindly, wished me a happy birthday. I thanked them for their hospitality. 10/10 would stay again. Best night sleep I’ve had in ages.”

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Major incident: Hinckley Road Leicester following explosion.

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Police said they are dealing with an ongoing ‘major incident’ after an explosion has ripped through a shop and flat in Leicester.

Members of the public reported hearing a massive explosion.

Leicestershire Fire Service have conformed they were called to a reported explosion and a building collapse.

Leicestershire Police has declared a major incident and have asked people to stay away from the area.

The shop was located behind a busy bus stop and had a flat above it.

It is believed the stop was a Londis store which recently changed it’s name to Western Park Store.

It is not known if anyone was inside the store, flat above or the bus stop outside the shop at the time of the incident.

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hit-and-run driver calls judge ‘f***ing p***k’ in shock court outburst

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The alleged driver in a hit and run than killed a two year old and six year old boy has appeared in court accused of their deaths.

During his appearance he called the judge a ‘f***ing p***k’.

Robert Brown, 53, and Gwendoline Harrison, 41, appeared at Coventry Magistrates’ Court today accused of two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

He appeared before the courts for seven minutes and during this time he had to be restrained after yelling ‘this is a f***ing kangaroo court’ in the bizarre outburst.

He also called the judge a ‘f***ing p***k”.

Both defendants had grey t-shirts as they appeared in the dock to confirm their name, date of birth and address.

Brown, of Attwood Crescent, in Wyken, Coventry, also faces charges of driving while disqualified, no insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence.

Harrison, of Triumph Close, also in Wyken, faces a further allegation of common assault.

They were remanded in custody after the case was adjourned by chair of the magistrates’ bench, John Martin.

The Two brothers Casper and Corey Platt-May aged two and six tragically killed following hit and run.

Police confirmed the death of the boys after being hit by a car in the Stoke area of the at 2pm on Thursday.

Both boys died after being rushed to the hospital, located near to the scene was a black Ford Focus with a smashed front windscreen and front right side.

They will appear next at Warwick Crown Court via video link on March 22.

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Two people charged after brothers killed in Hit and Run

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Two people have been charged over the deaths of two young brothers killed in a hit-and-run collision in Coventry.

Two brothers who were tragically killed after a hit and run in Coventry have been named as Casper and Corey Platt-May aged two and six.

Police confirmed the death of the boys after being hit by a car in the Stoke area of the at 2pm on Thursday.

Both boys died after being rushed to the hospital, located near to the scene was a black Ford Focus with a smashed front windscreen and front right side.

The car was abandoned, officers quickly worked to locate any possible driver for the car and arrested a 53-year-old man and a 41-year-old woman who are both being held on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and drink driving and have now been charged by the crown.

Robert Brown, 53, and Gwendoline Harrison, 41, are charged under joint enterprise of two counts of causing death by dangerous driving, West Midlands Police said.

Brown, of Attwood Crescent, Wyken, is also charged with driving while disqualified, no insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence, while Harrison, of Triumph Close,Wyken, faces a common assault allegation.

They will appear at Coventry Magistrates Court, sitting at Leamington Justice Centre, on Saturday morning.

Both boys were rushed to the local hospital with critical injuries, Sadly Casper aged could not be revived and died Emergency teams rushed Corey into surgery and did everything within their power during surgery to save his life. Sadly a short time later he died.

Both boys were with their mother at the time of the collision, but she was not injured.

Family and Friends have now launched a fundraising page to support the parents of Casper and Corey, Donations have already reached £3k.

Investigating Detective Sergeant Paul Hughes said: “Several witnesses have come forward and I am grateful to everyone who has spoken to us.

“Specialist family liaison officers are with the family, who are understandably distraught, and they are being kept fully updated.

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