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22 July 2014 Last updated at 08:45

Jayden murder trial jury sent home Jayden Parkinson

A jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend and burying her in his uncle's grave is sent home and will not resume its deliberations until Thursday.


Liberty BakerFuneral of car crash girl, 14, held

The funeral takes place of a 14-year-old girl in Witney who was killed when a car mounted the pavement and hit four pedestrians.

Mentally ill locked in police cells

More than 500 people with mental health issues ill were locked up in Thames Valley Police cells in the last two years, figures show.

  • Birmingham named as HS2 HQ

    The headquarters for construction of the HS2 rail line, which would run through parts of Oxfordshire, are to be based in Birmingham, it is revealed.

  • Mother's plea over ecstasy death

    The bereaved mother of a 15-year-old girl, who died after taking almost pure MDMA, urges parents to talk to their children about drugs, a year after her daughter's death.

Peter Henley Article written by Peter Henley Peter Henley Political editor, South of England

Reading MP Rob Wilson turns down minister's job

Rob Wilson has told the Prime Minister he could not accept a post as a government minister because he's about to publish a book

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    Word crimes 08:49:

    David Prever's been asking which words drive you mad when they're mispronounced.

    On Twitter, Nige H says: @BBCOxford when did controversy become contra-versy? Even radio 4 pronounce it that way now.

    Jo Moir tweeted: @BBCphilgayle@BBCOxford@DPrever For me it's schedule pronounced as 'sk' when it should be 'sh' (the British version vs US )

     
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    Jury deliberates 08:36: Peter Cooke Reporter, BBC South Today

    The jury in the trial of a woman charged with murdering two children in a house fire in 1997 has retired to consider its verdict.

    Anum Khan and Majid Khan

    Fiaz Munshi, 38, from Oldham, denies murdering Anum and Majid Khan, aged eight and 15, in the fire in Magdalen Road, Oxford.

    The trial at Oxford Crown Court has lasted seven weeks.

     
  3.  
    What you say? 08:25: David Prever Presenter, BBC Radio Oxford

    I'm sitting in for Phil Gayle again this morning and asking, what are the words that drive you mad when they're mispronounced?

    I hate it when "croissant" is pronounced "CRE-SONT"?

    Get in touch and tell me what frustrates you, on Facebook and Twitter.

     
  4.  
    Moving well 08:15: Sara Dumbell Travel presenter, BBC Radio Oxford

    The Oxford Ring Road and major routes into and out of the city are flowing well this morning.

    There's also a good public transport service.

    Keep tuned to 95.2FM or listen online every 15 minutes for the latest.

     
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    More sunshine ahead 08:06: Holly Green BBC Weather

    Another warm and humid day with plenty of spells of sunshine.

    Holly Green Tuesday weather

    Cloud clearing to begin with, leading to warm periods. There is a chance more cloud will build up later.

    A high of between 25 and 26C (77F).

     
  6.  
    Good morning 08:00: Adam Williams BBC Local Live

    Good morning and welcome along to BBC Local Live for Oxfordshire this Tuesday morning.

    I'll be bringing you the latest news, sport, travel and weather from across the county.

    Get in touch and tell us how your weekend was - on email, Facebook or Twitter.

     

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