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The jury of nine women and three men took just over 30-minutes to decide their verdict.
Ben Moody, 25 and his girlfriend Harley Clarke 21 arrived at their friend's house in Reading to a deluge of abuse from a resident after they parked outside his house - despite having a permit to be there.
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Mr Trump had 'got the message' that many Londoners are staunchly opposed to his policies and actions, while Labour MP David Lammy (bottom right) told Mr Trump: 'You finally got the message that you'd be met by millions of us out on the streets protesting.' Former Labour leader Ed Miliband (also bottom right) also replied to Mr Trump's tweet, saying: 'Nope, it's because nobody wanted you to come.' Mr Trump had told Theresa May (pictured at the London Wetland Centre yesterday, centre) last month that he would visit Britain this year.
Ex-Manchester City footballer George Glendon, 22, who was accused of raping a heavily drunk young woman has been cleared by a jury at Grimsby Crown Court on Friday.
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The United Nations human rights office said there was no other word that could be used to describe US President Donald Trump's comments other than 'racist'. would accept more immigrants from Haiti and 's***hole countries' in Africa, rather than places like Norway in rejecting a bipartisan immigration deal.
Angelina Jolie meanwhile was winning hearts as she spoke animatedly to her fellow diners (top, right).
After the sombre all-black dress code at the Golden Gloves on Sunday, all eyes were on the outfits at the Critic's Choice Awards on Thursday.
However, unluckily for some, it meant there was more scrutiny than ever on the fashion flops which hit the red carpet.
While most of the A-list attendees stuck to simple creams and whites, several stars including Fargo's Mary Elizabeth Winstead (centre right) and Mad Men beauty Kiernan Shipka (far left) made a colourful faux pas.