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Police officer who sent abusive tweets to celebs faces the sack

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Cleveland Police could be about to sack on of their Police Constables after he tweeted abuse about celebs from a personal twitter account.

Police Constable Graham Wise has admitted he sent tweets about his reaction TV programmes he had watched on the telly.

He sent the messages while on his breaks at Cleveland Police Headquarters.

PC Wise used Twitter to call Eastenders Daniella Westbrook a “washed up cokehead with one nostril.

He went on to described Gemma Collins as a “fat C***” and called Nick Kyrgios a tennis player a “bell**d”.

The Police officer who worked in Stockton had policed the Tilery estate where Benefits Street was filmed in Stockton.

PC Wise tweeted the Gazette Newspaper “Bulldoze it, preferably with the majority of people still inside it”

He also tweeted about 24 Hours in Police Custody that Some defence solicitors really grip my s**t”.

Finally he tweeted about Lady Colin Campbell from I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here “Why is everyone scared to say Lady C is a c***”.

Those tweets could not see PC Wise out of a job as Cleveland Police have accused him of “serious disregard of professional standards of behaviour expected by a police officer”

PC Wise believed that only his 170 followers could see his tweets that was not linked to a police account. However he had made reference in tweets to working for the Police within a HQ role.

Police launched an investigation after an anonymous email send to the forces HQ accusing PC Wise of sending the tweets.

During the investigation the force found information that the officer had used the force intelligence system to look up information on criminal without justification.

However PC Wise told investigators he was a “nosey policeman” and wanted to bring himself update with criminals within his area after a period off work due to illness.

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Terror suspect not cooperating with police Assistant Commissioner says

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Met Police assistant commissioner Neil Basu is providing an update outside New Scotland Yard.

He says the suspect, who is yet to be formally identified, is “not currently cooperating” with officers.

He adds police cordons are “likely to be in place for some time” as the investigation continues.

Basu says there “wasn’t a police car in pursuit of the vehicle” prior to it crashing into a security barrier outside Parliament.

He adds: “I believe it was an ambulance on a completely unrelated call.”

Armed officers are currently dealing with an ongoing incident outside of Parliament.

A vehicle was involved in a collision and armed police quickly deployed to the scene.

The vehicle crashed into a crash barrier that is there to protect the Houses of Parliament.

Met Police have confirmed a number of people have been hurt and the male driver has been arrested

Armed police approached the vehicle after it crashed into barriers.

Police quickly cleared the area and put a cordon in place.

The nature of the incident is not yet clear.

An eye witness has told Police Hour that he saw the vehicle driving at speed hit the crash barrier, police did not approach the vehicle until specialist officers arrived.

Specialist officers armed forced the door open and then forced everyone back.

Again almost half an hour after the incident police have further extended the cordon.

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Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences after two hurt

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Police have arrested a man on suspicion of terror offences after two people were injured when a car crashed into security barriers outside parliament.

The silver car is believed to have hit two cyclists before it crashed into security barriers at a checkpoint outside of parliament.

Two people have been treated at the scene and transferred to hospital for treatment.

Police have now confirmed that counter-terror officers are leading the investigation, The driver who is a man in his 20s, wearing a white shirt and a black hooded puffer jacket, was detained at the scene and is now in custody.

Met Police confirmed they were dealing with an ongoing incident, which involved armed officers outside of the Houses of Parliament.

The vehicle crashed into a crash barrier that is there to protect the Houses of Parliament within a security checkpoint.

It would be very unusual for a member of the public to be within this access point, this access point is guarded by armed police and only people on official Parliament business are granted access to this car park.

Unarmed officers held back from the incident this morning while awaiting armed officers to attend, police held the ambulance and fire service back until the situation was deemed safe.

Police quickly cleared the area and put a cordon in place, shouting to passers-by to clear the area. The cordon was quickly extended further and again further until the area of Westminster was placed on lockdown.

An eye witness has told Police Hour that he saw the vehicle driving at speed hit the crash barrier, police did not approach the vehicle until specialist officers arrived.

Specialist officers armed forced the door open and then forced everyone back.

 

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Armed Police responding to incident outside of Parliament

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Armed officers are currently dealing with an ongoing incident outside of Parliament.

A vehicle was involved in a collision and armed police quickly deployed to the scene.

The vehicle crashed into a crash barrier that is there to protect the Houses of Parliament.

Met Police have confirmed a number of people have been hurt and the male driver has been arrested

Armed police approached the vehicle after it crashed into barriers.

Police quickly cleared the area and put a cordon in place.

The nature of the incident is not yet clear.

An eye witness has told Police Hour that he saw the vehicle driving at speed hit the crash barrier, police did not approach the vehicle until specialist officers arrived.

Specialist officers armed forced the door open and then forced everyone back.

Again almost half an hour after the incident police have further extended the cordon.

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