A severely disabled man is taking his legal battle over cuts to his care package to the Court of Appeal.
Didcot: Man Denies Murder Of Jayden Parkinson
A man from Reading's pleaded not guilty to the murder of Jayden Parkinson in Didcot
Ben Blakeley from Reading admitted manslaughter over the death of 17 year old Jayden, whose body was discovered in a disturbed grave in Didcot 15 days after she was reported missing.
The 22 year old appeared at Oxford Crown Court and also admitted to perverting the course of justice and disposing of her clothing. He'll go on trial in June.
A 17 year-old boy, who can't be named for legal reasons, pleaded not guilty to perverting the course of justice.
The body of Jayden Parkinson was found in the Great Western Cemetery next to All Saints Church, Didcot, on 18 December last year.
An initial post mortem carried by a Home Office pathologist proved inconclusive.
Toxicology tests results confirmed that the cause of death is consistent with pressure to the neck.
Meanwhile the police watchdog is investigating Thames Valley Police's response after Jayden's disappearance.
The matter was referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission on the 14th December 2013 and an investigation is ongoing.
Inspectors say they're worried about the safety of inmates at Aylesbury's Youth Offenders Institution
An Oxford economist's calling for more places to be made available in elderly care homes.
The former head of private school in Berkshire's suggesting that degree courses could be reduced to two years.
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