A Holocaust survivor shared her inspiring story at a multi-faith event in February this year.

Bergen Belsen survivor Mala Tribich, 87, was sent to Ravensbruck Concentration Camp before being moved to Bergen Belsen, where she contracted typhus.

The British Army liberated the camp in April 1945.

She said: “We were stripped, had our heads shaved and it seemed as it they had taken our very souls.

“I will never be able to express my gratitude to the British Army and all they did.

“Now I speak for all those whose voices were silenced.”

A pensioner secretly filmed at least 130 videos of men as they used toilets at two service stations, including one off the M25 in Hertfordshire.

Robert Moore was caught with the footage on his mobile phone after being spotted by a victim trying to film over a cubicle wall.

Officers arrested the 71-yearold, who admitted taking the videos over four years at Norton Canes Service Station on the M6 Toll between Junctions 6 and 7 and South Mimms service station on the M25.

A “lovely” man died after being shot outside a row of shops.

Metropolitan Police were called to Mount Parade in New Barnet at 11.44pm on February 13.

Paramedics from the London Ambulance Service battled to help the man in his 40s, who was suffering from gunshot wounds.

Despite their efforts, the man, who is believed to have been a taxi driver in Cockfosters, died just after midnight.

Wayne Casey, who served as Mill Hill councillor from 1994 to 2010, died in his sleep on

February 16, at age 54.

He served as a ward councillor for 16 years, before moving to Northampton with his wife, Pauline.

Mr Casey remained an active Liberal Democrat when he moved, and stood for election in

Northamptonshire County Council last year to represent Kingsthorpe North, but came fourth in the