Detectives continue to investigate the shooting of the man, whose suspected attacker died in a police chase after trying to flee on a motorcycle. The victim, named locally as James Nash, 42, suffered serious head injuries in the attack in the leafy Hampshire village of Upper Enham on Wednesday afternoon. May he rest in peace. Nash served as the vice chairman of Enham Alamein Parish Council, and a year-old woman was also assaulted during the incident and suffered minor injuries, said Hampshire Police.
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Hampshire police officers were recorded on a hidden bug making racist, sexist and homophobic comments and wishing death on foreigners, a disciplinary hearing has heard. An anonymous complaint had led to electronic bugs being placed in their offices between 9 March and 2 April In addition, retired DI Tim Ireson and DS Gregory Willcox are accused of failing to fulfil their supervisory roles to stop or report the inappropriate behaviour. When speaking to a black officer, a colleague puts on a fake Caribbean accent — in fact he was from Ghana. Beer said the unit enjoyed relative isolation from the rest of the force due to the sensitive and sometimes covert nature of its work.
American Horror Story star Billy Eichner is making history with his new gay romantic comedy. The actor will both co-write and star in Universal movie BROS , which will be the first rom-com about gay men to be produced by a big studio. Billy will also be the first openly gay actor to write and star in his own major film. Judd Apatow will produce the film alongside Stoller, with Billy receiving an executive producer credit. The announcement follows Billy previously revealing that options for openly gay actors in Hollywood are "limited".
Home Explore the BBC. The Rev Canon Gene Robinson was chosen from a wide range of candidates. The vote by the House of Bishops to confirm Gene Robinson's appointment was delayed after allegations of sexual misconduct were made against him. The charges were dropped, and on 5 August - a day late - the House of Bishops voted for the Anglican Church's first openly gay bishop by a two-thirds majority.