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This afternoon, ahead of his fresh trial, Waterson changed his plea and admitted Alfie's manslaughter by gross negligence.Gurajdeep Malhi (bottom left) pinned Pc Claire Bond (left embracing Pc Dave Mullins who pulled her to safety) against a fence in Stafford while driving a rented car despite having a driving ban, then dragged her and threw the officer to the floor (right, her injuries after the crash).In a dramatic statement to the nation from Downing Street (pictured left and right), the PM upped the ante by warning no more negotiations will be possible if MPs 'chop the legs out' from Britain's position in a crucial vote tomorrow.Although Mr Johnson insisted he did not want an election, he left no doubt he is ready to call one by vowing he will not obey any law passed by the House ordering a Brexit extension.Piers began by saying: 'The absolute truth of this is that parliament, for three years, has systematically done everything in its power to prevent the will of the people and the way they voted in the majority how they voted in the referendum.' Sturgeon raised a smile, prompting Piers to hit back: 'You may laugh but 17.4 million people, I believe, have every right to feel betrayed by parliament!' Susanna Reid also cut in: 'You'll stop laughing about that soon.' The 15-week-old Jack Russell rescue dog - which the couple have named Dilyn - was abandoned by a Welsh farmer for having a misaligned jaw.A seven-year-old boy is believed to have drowned and today the Bahamian government highlighted chilling reports of bodies floating in the wreckage.The island of Grand Bahama was hit the hardest today as the storm stalled over it, almost coming to a stop. later on Monday (its possible path is seen on a map bottom left, and its proximity to the coast bottom right).
Delivering a stark message to Remainers over the crunch showdown tomorrow, Mr Johnson said: 'I want everybody to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay. No ifs or buts.' The typically tub-thumping intervention came after Mr Johnson held a crisis meeting with his Cabinet and spent the afternoon privately urging Tory MPs to fall back into line at a reception in the No10 garden (inset).
Afterwards, Waterson, adopted son of former Tory minister Nigel Waterson (top, with Waterson), orchestrated a cover-up to avoid being implicated in the death.
Following an Old Bailey trial, Hoare, 24, from Gravesend in Kent, was found guilty of child cruelty and jailed for two years and nine months.
Rescue efforts involving multiple agencies and personal watercraft were still underway as of 8am PST as Eliason reported that the boat, called Conception, had 'burned down to the water line'.
Jeremy Corbyn said the PM should 'let the people decide' if Remainers manage to block No Deal in a massive Parliamentary showdown this week.