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  1. We're back tomorrow at 08:00

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By Chris Brown and Anna Browning

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from BBC Local Live for Monday

    We're heading off now to enjoy the warm, sunny, summer evening, and recommend you do too if you have the chance. 

    But we'll be back bright and early from 08:00 tomorrow with all the news, sport, weather and travel for Oxfordshire. See you then.

  2. And just before we go, some good news...

    BBC Weather

    The evening will be clear, sunny and warm. It will stay dry overnight with lows of 12C (54F)

    Tomorrow morning will be warm and sunny again, but heavy, long-lasting showers are likely in the late afternoon as temperatures rise.

    Oxford weather 6 June 2016
  3. Prosecutor praise for stabbing witnesses

    The prosecutor in the case of Abingdon Poundland killer Trevor Joyce has issues a statement after he was sentenced to life for manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

    Quote Message: The witnesses were utterly unprepared for what they saw, some of them acted courageously in their efforts to save Justin's life and detain Joyce despite the obvious risks to themselves. from Tracey Johnson-Brown District Crown prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern CPS
    Tracey Johnson-BrownDistrict Crown prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern CPS
  4. Abingdon Poundland killer: Shoppers stunned as Joyce ran amok

    The court heard how shoppers appeared stunned and shocked as Trevor Joyce ran amok around the town centre after killing Justin Skrebowski with a carving knife.

    Poundland is closed and officers remain at the scene
    Image caption: Poundland is closed and officers remain at the scene

    Before being brought down by police with stun guns, he yelled: "I have killed someone now. I hope you are satisfied. Shake my hand. Congratulate me."

  5. BreakingPoundland victims family: 'Incomprehensible' killer was 'at large'

    The family of Justin Skrebowksi have criticised the "catalogue of blunders" made by mental health services in their dealings with killer Trevor Joyce.

    Speaking after Joyce was jailed for life, they said: "Given what was known by the authorities of the state of Joyce's mind at the time, it is incomprehensible to us that he was left at large in the community. 

    "Justin died on his wife's birthday as a direct result of the minimally supervised release of a very sick man.

    "The catalogue of blunders, missed opportunities and failed procedures defies belief."

    Quote Message: How many more have to die before the mental health trusts accept their responsibilities to protect the general public?
  6. Abingdon Poundland killer: Judge slams schizophrenic's illegal drug use

    Sentencing Joyce to life in jail with a minimum term of nine years, Judge Zoe Smith said: the shock of Justin Skrebowski's killing hads traumatised his family and that the sheer random horror of his killing was proving very hard and painful for his family to cope with. 

    Quote Message: Whilst it is said your psychotic state was becoming more difficult for you, it is clear at the time the amount of drugs you were consuming was also on the increase. And you knew that such drug-taking is going to exacerbate the symptoms you have.
  7. Abingdon Poundland killing: Victim was 'extraordinarily generous man'

    Father-of-two Justin Skrebowski, who ran a stall on London's Portobello Road, was buying balloons for his children when he was knifed in the back at 11:20 on 7 December.

    Justin Skrebowski
    Image caption: Justin Skrebowski

    He was described by his family as an "extraordinarily generous man" with a "ready sense of humour" and a "love of life and learning".

  8. Abingdon Poundland killer: Victim's widow breaks down in court

    The widow of Justin Skrebowski broke down in tears as she described the emotional and financial burden of bringing up their four-year-old twins without their father. 

    Gulsen Alkan
    Image caption: Gulsen Alkan

    The court heard Gulsen Alkan had struggled to keep her husband's business going and had received a "meagre" £10,000 in compensation for his death.

  9. Abingdon Poundland killer: Drug abuse made schizophrenia worse

    The court heard Joyce had a long history of drug abuse which made his schizophrenia symptoms worse. 

    He was first diagnosed in 2003 and was prescribed anti-psychotic drugs and was also treated in hospital.

    In October 2015, Joyce told a doctor that he was hearing voices and said he would have stabbed his neighbour when he went round to confront him about noise. This was reported to authorities, but a decision was taken not to section Joyce

    The court heard that Joyce's past convictions included drink and drug-driving, possession of crack cocaine, battery, and possession of a weapon in a public place which led to the confiscation of a sword.

  10. Abingdon Poundland killer: Court hears of terrifying rampage

    Details of Trevor Joyce's terrifying rampage through Abingdon emerged at the Old Bailey.

    A member of the public recorded a video that showed a man being restrained at the scene in Abingdon
    Image caption: A member of the public recorded a video that showed a man being restrained at the scene in Abingdon

    After Joyce fatally stabbed 61-year-old Justin Skrebowski, he brandished the carving knife, shouting at shoppers and staff: "This is what you get. I have done it. If I had my way you would be stabbed too." 

    He then ran out of the shop and threatened elderly residents sitting on benches. 

    He also threatened to stab a young child and mother in the street as he waved the knife in people's faces, the court heard.

  11. Abingdon Poundland killer Trevor Joyce to serve minimum nine years

    Trevor Joyce is to serve a minimum nine years.

    The Old Bailey heard he had taken a large knife and carving fork from a display before launching his random attack in the celebrations aisle of Poundland and knifing father-of-two Justin Skrebowski in the back.

    Trevor Joyce
    Image caption: Trevor Joyce

    The 36-year-old, of Franklyn Close, Abingdon, was a schizophrenic drug addict.

    Joyce was charged with murder, but admitted the lesser charge on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

    He also pleaded guilty to two counts of making threats to kill, one count of causing actual bodily harm and one count of making threats with offensive weapons.  

  12. BreakingAbingdon Poundland killer jailed for life

    A 36-year-old man has been jailed for life for stabbing a man to death in Abingdon's Poundland store. 

    Justin Skrebowski was killed in December. Trevor Joyce, of Franklyn Close in Abingdon, had pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

  13. Over and out for Oxfordshire in Cornwall

    Robyn Cowen

    Presenter, Radio Oxford Sport

    Oxfordshire's minor counties campaign has started with a defeat. 

    They've been beaten by an innings and 59 runs by Cornwall inside two days at St Austell. 

    It means they're yet to win in any format of the game so far this season.

  14. Oxford blooms in the summer sun

    The sun is shining and temperatures are hitting 24C (75F) in Oxford this afternoon. 

    Beware though, the Met Office is warning of possible thunder storms and heavy showers tomorrow afternoon. 

    So (unless you're trapped in an exam hall) make the most of the summer loveliness while you can...

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  15. Witney car park travellers served legal notice to move on

    Travellers who've set up camp in a Witney car park have been served with a legal notice by the county council demanding they move on.

    Caravans take up space in the Woodford Way car park in Witney
    Image caption: Caravans take up space in the Woodford Way car park in Witney

    Up to 20 caravans moved into the Woodford Way car park at the end of last week - barely a month after they had already moved on from the site.

    An Oxfordshire County Council spokesman said the authority had visited the site today and served the legal notice "informing them they are trespassing".

    "Should they remain, a court order will be sought requiring them to leave,” the spokesman added.

  16. Two women arrested after armed robberies

    Two women from Didcot have been arrested after two armed robberies in south Oxfordshire over the weekend.

    Co-op stores in Didcot and Wootton were targeted on Friday and Saturday night.

    During the attack in Wootton, a man carrying a hammer entered the store on Besselsleigh Road at about 19:35, went behind the counter and took tobacco before demanding cash from till.

    Two women, aged 37 and 28, both from Didcot were arrested yesterday on suspicion of robbery and were bailed until 18 July.

    A 36-year-old man from Didcot was arrested yesterday on suspicion of robbery and is currently in custody. A second man, aged 27, who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery has been released without charge.

  17. Eales increases Oxford shareholding

    Eales has purchased the balance of shares previously held by former U's owner Ian Lenagan.  

    Eales increases Oxford shareholding

    Darryl Eales

    Oxford United chairman Darryl Eales increases his shareholding in the club to 84% after buying Ian Lenagan's shares.

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  18. Latest headlines: Oxford study finds self-belief key to getting disadvantaged students to university

    Chris Brown

    BBC News

    Let us rouse you from your sun-induced siesta with the top stories this afternoon: