Chilling CCTV footage has emerged of a British man picking up a Thai prostitute

Chilling CCTV footage has emerged of a British man picking up a Thai prostitute hours before they engaged in a drug-fuelled sex session which ended with him allegedly killing her with a snooker cue and machete. 

Police took Neil Henry Elliott, 46, from Northern Ireland, on a public parade in handcuffs today, to point at the spot where he collected the woman, named Onn, and drove her away on his motorbike on Wednesday night.

Whitehall sources told the newspaper that pupils from Year’s 10 and 12 would form the first wave of secondary school children returning to school at a later date, so long as the current reduced infection rate holds.

The earmarked date for return of primary schoolchildren – which will undoubtedly face questions – is said to be intended to minimise the threat to early development and help parents swiftly return to work.

Limited testing for lawmakers has become an issue in decisions about when they should return to Washington.

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar had tweeted Friday that three rapid-testing machines and 1,000 tests were being sent for the Senate to use next week.

“He got out of the car and attacked police with a knife.”

He was shot in the legs as he ran at a policeman with the weapon, it is alleged.

Susan Rice, the former US ambassador to the United Nations, denounced Zhao as a “racist disgrace” who should be dismissed. When he was recalled to Beijing soon afterwards, some thought he had paid the price for his outspokenness. Instead, he was promoted to China’s voice and face for the world.

Zhao is believed to have played a key role in drawing up the new digital attack strategy, which some analysts believe was in part inspired by Donald Trump’s use of Twitter.