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There have been a further two men arrested in connection with yesterday's stabbing just off the Cowley Road, Oxford.
An 18-year-old man and 19-year-old man, both from London, have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
The victim is in a stable condition and is now conscious, police say.
We have all the latest on the discovery of the body of Ellis Downes and Oxford United's open-top bus tour through the city centre to celebrate promotion.
Plus, watch our exclusive story on how an Oxfordshire company is helping to tackle the global crisis in wildlife crime.
Floral tributes have been growing at the site where the body of teenager Ellis Downes was discovered in the Thames last night.Copyright: BBCCopyright: BBC
An Oxford University spin-off company says it is on the way to developing stem cell drugs which can treat cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, heart failure, macular degeneration and other major age-related conditions.
OxStem has raised £16.9million into its work to create drugs that switch on the body's natural method of regenerating and repairing cells.
The top stories this evening:
- Thames Valley has released a statement but failed to respond to criticisms about its search for Ellis Downes, which was described as a "botched" operation by a volunteer diving team which found the teenager's body
- The county council has welcomed the findings of an inspection into its work to protect children from abuse and neglect, despite criticisms
- Oxford United have paraded through the city on an open-top bus to celebrate their promotion from League Two
Generally cloudy with a mixture of showers or longer spells of rain tonight, locally heavy, and perhaps thundery. Widespread low cloud will develop, with lows of 14C (57F).Copyright: BBC
If DJ Kevlar is ready, Oxford United's promotion party can definitely begin.
The family of Ellis Downes has released a new image of the 16-year-old, whose body was found in the River Thames last night by a volunteer diving team.
It shows the teenager with his father Darren.
The top stories so far today:
- Divers who discovered the body of Ellis Downes have criticised the "botched" police operation to find the missing teenager
- Council has welcomed the findings of an inspection into its work to protect children from abuse and neglect, despite criticisms
- A new initiative giving practical support to refugees and asylum seekers in Abingdon is officially opening its doors tonight
Thames Valley Police has released a statement in the wake of criticism levelled at the force's efforts to find Ellis Downes - the teenager who went missing after swimming in the Thames near Culham.Quote Message: TVP co-ordinated the emergency services and volunteer response in the search for Ellis... An officer has been assigned to work closely with the family and provide support and guidance to help them at this difficult time. We would like to thank everyone who turned out to help in the search. from Thames Valley Police
The father of Ellis Downes has thanked communities for their help in looking for the 16-year-old who went missing while swimming in the River Thames near Culham on Saturday.
Darren Downes left the tribute hours after police confirmed a body found by a dive team is likely to be that of the teenager.Quote Message: I and my family would like to thank all the members of the village and surrounding areas that haved helped in the search, and support in finding Ellis Niall Downes. Our world will never be the same again. from Darren Downes
The NSPCC says criticisms about Oxfordshire County Council's child protection service must be addressed "as a matter of urgency".
Responding to a joint report into the counci's services towards vulnerable children, the charity also praised work implemented since the Operation Bullfinch scandal last year.Quote Message: Progress has certainly been made in bolstering Oxfordshire’s child protection services, but work remains to be done. from NSPCC spokesperson