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Love Island’s Olivia Attwood ‘dragged from club by security’ on night out with Chris Hughes

Olivia Attwood1 had an explosive argument at a Birmingham nightclub while out with her boyfriend Chris Hughes2 which resulted in her being removed by security, according to reports.

The couple, who met on Love Island3 earlier this year, are believed to have become embroiled in an argument with one of their entourage at PRYZM in the early hours of Saturday morning. A source told The Sun: Olivia was absolutely furious about something and stormed off to the toilets.

Chris ran to follow her to try and calm her down but nothing was working.

There was a bit of a tussle on the balcony between Olivia and another of their group before door staff stepped in to hold her back and she then was told to leave. It comes days after Attwood and Hughes professed their love for one another4, after they were rocked by spit rumours when Attwood was pictured with her footballer ex Bradley Dack days.

But the couple told fans they have never been better , with Attwood admitting to being obsessed with Hughes.

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Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

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Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies

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Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood

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Chris Hughes, Olivia Attwood, Kem Cetinay, Amber Davies, Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt

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Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville

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Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies

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Kem Cetinay surrounded by friends and family at Stanstead Airport

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Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes returning home

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Chloe Crowhurst

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Gabrielle Allen at Stanstead Airport

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Attwood said they are largely unaffected by the constant speculation over their relationship and do not care what other people think.

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We know what we have and we know the score, she told the Daily Star . We ve been surprisingly unaffected by everything that s happened, which has impressed me.

I really couldn t care what other people think . With Chris and I, you watched us drive each other to insanity, you watched us cry, you can see the passion there you can t fake that.

It is real and we re not bothered .

We know the truth.

References

  1. ^ Olivia Attwood (www.standard.co.uk)
  2. ^ Chris Hughes (www.standard.co.uk)
  3. ^ Love Island (www.standard.co.uk)
  4. ^ Attwood and Hughes professed their love for one another (www.standard.co.uk)

Elmers End robbery: Cash-in-transit security guard rushed to hospital after heist outside south London Tesco

A cash-in-transit security guard was rushed to hospital after he was attacked and robbed1 outside a south London supermarket. Police were called to a Tesco superstore, in Croydon Road, in Elmers End, at 12.02pm on Saturday to reports of a robbery. On arrival they found the security guard suffering injuries to their face, a police spokesman said.

The robber fled with a stolen cash box, but it was recovered by officers nearby.

The security guard being taken into an ambulance after the robbery (Elliot Wagland)

One witness told the Standard he was told the security guard was attacked as he transferred cash from the cash point into his van. A Met spokesman told the Standard it is not yet known how serious his injuries are, but that there is nothing to suggest they are life-threatening or life changing.

Police arrest 45-year-old man after fatal stabbing outside Argos

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He told the Standard: We were called at 12.02pm to reports of a robbery at Elmers End.

Nothing indicates firearms were used . A cash box was stolen but recovered nearby by officers.

No arrests have been made.

References

  1. ^ attacked and robbed (standard.co.uk)
  2. ^ Police arrest 45-year-old man after fatal stabbing outside Argos (www.standard.co.uk)

Surge in security jobs in Plymouth because of terror attacks and …

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The number of unemployed people in Plymouth has continued to fall – but so have wages. Latest figures from Jobcentre Plus show in June 2017 there were 3,645 people claiming benefits either Jobseekers’ Allowance or Universal Credit in the city. This was down from the 3,750 claimants in May and is the same as the unemployment rate was in November 2016.

Experts said there had been a mini jobs surge in the security sector in Plymouth thanks to MTV Crashes, which takes place later this month, and the recent terror attacks across the country.


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The number of women in employment is also at a record high with 70.4% of females in a job, and similarly the rate for the South West is higher than the national average at 74.9%.

Minister for Employment, Damian Hinds said that these rates were “good news” for the South West. He said: “We’re committed to delivering a welfare system which transforms lives and offers help to those who need it most, whatever their background or wherever they are from.” The official figures published today showed that real wages have fallen by 0.5% from March to May in comparison to last year’s figures.

May’s 2.9% inflation figure is the reasoning for the fall in real wages as the figure is at its highest since 2013.


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Surge In Security Jobs In Plymouth Because Of Terror Attacks And ... Liberal Democrat Shadow Chancellor, Vince Cable, said: “Families across the country are struggling as prices rise and real wages continue to fall . The government must take note and rethink its extreme approach to Brexit.

“Nobody voted to make themselves poorer, but it is the public that will pay the price if the UK is dragged out of the single market and customs union. “If Theresa May is serious about helping just about managing families, she will agree to soften her approach to Brexit and put people’s jobs and living standards first.” Paul Paskins, of Jobcentre Plus’ Plymouth offices in Exeter Street, said that there has been a rise in the security sector and that the reason for this could be linked to the terrible happenings which have provoked a rise in the amount of security around the country.

He noted that another reason for the rise is due to the fact that MTV Crashes is scheduled for this month, which in turn will have created more jobs due to the high element of security at the event.


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Surge In Security Jobs In Plymouth Because Of Terror Attacks And ... He said: “I’m very optimistic for the city, I would like to think that it will keep falling, it’s all looking good. “Although the jobs are there, it’s a competitive field and people need to make sure that they are submitting the best CV’s and practicing their interview techniques.”

There are various bricklaying apprenticeships with CITB and are available to any age . Mr Paskins said there had been an overall rise in apprenticeships across the country. On July 17 the Job Centre will be holding a recruitment day for Haven Holidays .

Mr Paskins said that there has been more demand in hospitality jobs, and that the holiday parks typically recruit around this time as it is just before peak season. Anna Leach, CBI Head of Economic Intelligence, said she was ‘concerned’ regarding the drop in real pay . She said: “These figures underline the strength of the UK’s flexible labour market, which was recognised in yesterday’s Taylor Review.

“Declining real pay and productivity remain concerning, reinforcing the imperative that any changes following the review support the economy’s ability to create great jobs.


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Surge In Security Jobs In Plymouth Because Of Terror Attacks And ... “Making real progress on productivity growth requires a modern industrial strategy, with real change on the ground on skills, infrastructure and innovation.” TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady also commented on the real earnings falling by 0.5%.

She said: “Three months of falling pay is three months too many . The clock is ticking whilst workers wait for the government to act. “Ministers must set out a plan to get real wages rising across the public and the private sectors . They should start by scrapping the unfair pay restrictions on nurses, midwives and other public sector workers . And the minimum wage must be raised to 10 as quickly as possible. “Tackling insecurity at work is important for improving pay too . When people don’t feel secure in their job, they are less likely to push for the pay rise they deserve.

“The government should start by accepting the Taylor Review recommendation to give agency workers equal pay .

And they should go further and ban zero-hours contracts.”


References

  1. ^ Hundreds of jobs on offer in Plymouth right now – here are some of the best ones (jobs.plymouthherald.co.uk)
  2. ^ MTV Crashes Plymouth: Everything you need to know about the 2017 event (www.plymouthherald.co.uk)
  3. ^ Link to full article (www.plymouthherald.co.uk)
  4. ^ Link to full article (www.plymouthherald.co.uk)