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  1. That's all from Oxfordshire Live for today

    Many thanks for joining us today, and we'll be back from 08:00 tomorrow with all the latest, news, views, pictures and video from around the county. 

    See you then.

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    Video caption: The next UK prime minister Theresa May lives in the Berkshire village of Sonning.
  3. Theresa May's Oxford college sends congratulations

    Theresa May's former college at Oxford University has congratulated her on her appointment as leader of the Tory party. 

    Theresa May enters No 10, probably for the last time before becoming PM
    Image caption: Theresa May enters No 10, probably for the last time before becoming PM

    A spokesperson from St Hugh's says becoming prime minister is an "outstanding achievement". 

    Mrs May studied geography there between 1974 and 1977.

  4. Search called off after woman's body found

    Police officers searching for a missing woman from Woodstock have discovered a body.

    It was located in Shotover Park, Headington, this afternoon and is believed to be the body of 45-year-old Sara McDonald, who was last seen in Woodstock yesterday.

    Det Insp Jim Holmes said: “Sara’s next of kin has been informed and our thoughts are with her family at this difficult time.”

  5. LibFest film to be screened in honour of teenage road victim

    A documentary about this year's LibFest will be premiered at a cinema in Witney tonight. 

    Liberty Baker
    Image caption: Liberty Baker

    Libfest is a music festival set up in memory of teenager Liberty Baker, who was killed when she was hit by a car walking to school in the town in 2014. 

    The film by local filmmaker Chris Joynes will be shown in the Cineworld cinema at 18:00.

  6. Council's digital plans aim to help save £15m

    Serena Martin

    BBC Radio Oxford

    Oxfordshire residents will be encouraged to contact the county council online more frequently as part of plans to save £15 million from the authority's budget.

    Using the internet to contact council

    The council has unveiled cost-saving proposals today, which include streamlining its back-office functions and reducing the number of properties it owns.

    Job cuts have not been ruled out, as the council looks to meet the funding shortfall.

    The proposals, which are recommended for approval, will go before councillors next week.

  7. Witnesses to fatal A40 crash urged to come forward

    Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses following a fatal collision on the A40 northern bypass last week.

    Shortly after 03:30 on Tuesday a pedestrian was hit by a heavy goods vehicle on the eastbound carriageway.

    The pedestrian, a 32-year-old man from Oxford, died at the scene. 

    Quote Message: We are continuing to investigate the circumstances of this fatal collision and I would like to appeal for any witnesses who saw anything which may be relevant to the investigation to contact police. from PC Alan Turnbull
    PC Alan Turnbull
  8. Police appeal over missing Woodstock woman

    Police are appealing for help in finding a woman from Woodstock who has been missing since yesterday.

    Sara McDonald
    Image caption: Sara McDonald

    Sara McDonald, 45, was last seen in Oxford Street, Woodstock, between about 16:00 and 18:00.

    Sara is white, 5ft 7ins, with black hair styled in a bob.

    She is known to walk her dog in Shotover Park, Headington, and frequents Blenheim Palace, Goring and Didcot in Oxfordshire.

  9. Gate climber impaled through buttocks

  10. It's Captain John for the U's

    Adam Williams

    BBC Sport

    John Lundstram is the new captain of Oxford United.

    John Lundstram

    The 22-year-old midfielder was offered the role during a meeting with head coach Michael Appleton on Monday, which the former Everton player duly accepted less than a year after arriving at the club. 

    He follows in the footsteps of Jake Wright, who had been United captain for five years before his departure from the club at the weekend. 

  11. 'Extremely lucky' escape for man impaled outside pub

    A man had an "extremely lucky" escape after his backside became impaled on railings outside a pub.

    Angel and Greyhound pub in Oxford's St Clement's Street
    Image caption: Angel and Greyhound pub in Oxford's St Clement's Street

    The 41-year-old had tried to leave the Angel and Greyhound Meadow in Oxford by climbing over a park gate protected by wrought-iron spiked railings. 

    He had spent the evening drinking with friends and fell onto the spikes, one of which speared his buttocks. 

    Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (OFRS) said the spike missed all his major blood vessels and organs.

  12. Early humans could have learned tool skills from monkeys

    Oxford University researchers say Brazilian capuchins have been monkeying around with stone tools for hundreds, possibly thousands, of years.

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    The evidence is the earliest archaeological proof of monkeys using tools outside Africa. 

    It raises the possibility that early humans may have been influenced by watching monkeys with stone tools, say the scientists.

  13. Hats fit for a PM

    Liz Felix from Liz Felix Millinery
    Image caption: Liz Felix from Liz Felix Millinery

    There aren't many who can claim to supply hats to a future prime minister. But Henley's Liz Felix of Liz Feliz Millinery - who counts Theresa May as a customer - is now a member of the exclusive club.

    And what is perhaps a good sign for the country, Mrs May, we're told, is a decisive customer who knows her own mind...

    Quote Message: Her manners are impeccable. She's a very nice lady. She's quite decisive about what she likes and what she doesn't like - which is great. Very easy to deal with... a pleasure to sell hats to. from Liz Felix
    Liz Felix
  14. Oxfordshire man dies in two-car crash near Wallingford

    One man has died and another is in hospital with serious injuries after a road crash near Wallingford last night

    Thames Valley Police said a red VW Golf travelling south crashed into trees alongside the A4074 at Ipsden at about 22:30. 

    A Ford Focus following behind struck the debris and the Golf. 

    The unnamed driver of the Golf, a 36-year-old man from Oxfordshire, died as a result of his injuries. 

  15. While Oxfordshire's losing a PM, Berkshire's gaining one

    What do Theresa May's constituents think?

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    Video caption: The next UK prime minister Theresa May lives in the Berkshire village of Sonning.
  16. A4142 Eastern by-pass southbound closed

    A4142 Eastern by-pass road southbound closed due to police incident between A40 London Road / North Way / Bayswater Road (Headington Roundabout) and Horspath Driftway.

    Police are turning traffic around at Headington.