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Spoke to Reeva Steenkamp's father Barry who said: "I'm pleased that it's over." #Pistorius
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Oscar Pistorius could be considered for house arrest after 10 months in prison #PistoriusTrial…
Oscar Pistorius sentenced to five years in prison – live reactions
Reeva Steenkamp's mother June remains implacable, speaks a few words to lawyer Dup de Bruyn. #Pistorius
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Masipa: The sentences on count one and two shall run concurrently. #Pistorius sits.
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Masipa on restaurant firearm charge: Sentence is three years, wholly suspended for five years. #Pistorius
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Masipa: "A non-custodial sentence will send a wrong message to the community." A long sentence also not appropriate as it lacks mercy.
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Masipa: The sentence suggested by Maringa and Vergeer "would not be appropriate" in this matter. #Pistorius
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Guardian front page, Tuesday 21 October 2014: Sacking threat to prison whistleblowers
Apple sells nearly 40m iPhones in three months of year 'for the record books'
Miliband to sharpen Europe strategy as Cameron hardens line on immigration
Former minister Pat McFadden gets Europe brief in Labour mini-reshuffle
Ukip does deal with far-right, racist Holocaust-denier to save EU funding
Prison whistleblowers being threatened with dismissal
Turkey to allow Kurdish peshmerga across its territory to fight in Kobani
Man jailed for antisemitic tweet to Labour MP
Lords vote on reduced taxi regulation criticised by Labour and charities
Journalists should be given public interest defence in law, says Nick Clegg
Hurricane Gonzalo to hit UK overnight bringing winds of up to 75mph
Migrants tales: who are the people who die in the Mediterranean on an almost daily basis?
2014 will be a record year for migrant deaths in the Mediterranean
Guardian front page, Monday 20 October 2014: £8bn cost of mental illness in maternity
Blaze engulfs Didcot B power station in Oxfordshire
Alan Milburn delivers broadside against main parties’ policies on poverty
Remnants of hurricane Gonzalo set to bring stormy weather to the UK
Police move to clear Occupy protesters from Parliament Square
First act of sexual intercourse ‘was done sideways, square-dance style’
Killer spider found in family’s supermarket shopping
Labour must not try to out-Ukip Ukip, says Diane Abbott
The Observer front page, 19 October 2014: NHS chief urges hospital staff to join gyms in anti-obesity fight
Pope Francis the loser as hardline bishops veto gay-friendly statements
Ofsted faces calls for superhead probe
Under-30s being priced out of the UK, says Alan Milburn
NHS chief urges hospital staff to join gyms in anti-obesity fight
The Guardian front page, Saturday 18 October 2014: World warned: increase Ebola action or face scourge like HIV
Isis: families of murdered hostages appeal to British public for ‘act of unity’
Chair of US Federal Reserve decries increasing inequality in the US
Nurses worry US hospitals aren't protecting them against Ebola
Ebola outbreak in Texas lays bare disjointed US government response
Vodafone customer’s £15,000 billing nightmare after mobile phone theft
Pity poor Oscar Pistorius and Ched Evans – their CVs ruined, for ever
A brief history of American 'czars' and Obama's pick to confront Ebola
Privacy experts call for Whisper to be investigated over tracking of some users
125 UK prisoners killed themselves in 20 months. Who are the people behind the statistics?
Facebook still freezing accounts despite apology to drag queens over 'real names'
Ebola 'czar' appointed by White House to oversee outbreak response in US
Twitter's former security head condemns Whisper's privacy flaws