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Jails at capacity claim rejected by authorities, despite court's recommendation

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A former prison guard is suing the Department of Corrections (DOC) for damages over its plans to build a "prison-like" building in Northumberland and the deaths of two inmates when it became clear it would have been built so close to the prison.

Lancashire County Council's public works department had already approved plans to build a prison-like building of about 400sq m in the village of Huddersfield with the company building the prison in the neighbouring city of Birmingham.

But a decision this week by the Huddersfield magistrates court ruled that this new prison building would "fail completely to meet UK statutory criteria for prison-like structures" if erected there.

Mum-of-two Ethel Evans, who runs a local supermarket store called The Warehouse, said: "A council that should have been aware of all the problems at the facility in June and September, and who failed to act to safeguard the vulnerable staff and prisoners, now stands accused of having done nothing.

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"How do you explain the decision from the magistrates court to reject all appeals and to hold a hearing on this issue? A jail-like site should not have been built with the same problems raised by all the NHS workers and inmates. It should be a place where victims of violence can seek help.

"Why the sudden change of heart? It comes down to what we expect of the government and public services. This is not new: they were in denial for so long, in many ways ignoring the public's concerns about how a prison could be built and used."

Her husband, Stephen, 38, who runs a pub in Huddersfield, said: "We had a good run for many years and we now have a serious problem with crime.

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"There are now so many new residents and jobs on the ground, there were no more people to care for the community.

"It's just incredible they decided to build a prison in the middle of the village. It'll be a shame to have all these families at risk when there are many who need jobs."

A Department for Communities and Local Government spokesman said: "We will fight this claim vigorously. A court ruling in Huddersfield against the county council can only be interpreted one way - that is to uphold local authorities' powers to restrict the use and use of land.

"The court's decision in our favour means the county council could still build another prison in Huddersfield after its own planning application was rejected. Thi <a href=></a>; <a href=></a>;

Scientists explain new horizons soil project in sapphire soil

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia ‚ It was a dark and stormy night in late July last year when the team was exploring a new planet on the outer fringe of our solar system.

The Mars mission team had just begun a deep-space search for signs of life on the red planet. As the moon passed over and overhead it began to glow.

And then something very strange happened. The lights from that source were turned off.

What did they do? Nobody had realized this was an anomaly ‚ a sign, as the researchers described it, that had nothing to do with the light coming from the surface of Mars.

The new Mars-like planet, named Deneb, has its own moons. It is too cold for liquid water ‚ which is what makes it look so different from the Sun and Earth ‚ but it has a thick atmosphere, makes up less than a percent of Earth's surface and is about 600 kilometres across.

Its composition is similar to the ice giants Jupiter and Saturn, but scientists believe that most of it is made up of silicates ‚ materials formed by the movement of giant planets around each other that have frozen to the moon.

Now, the researchers have discovered that the moon's silicates have come through a process akin to stripping silicate dust from the Earth, and so the moon has the physical structure of a planet.

"We've come to an exciting discovery in the science of deep-space exploration ‚ one that, if confirmed in subsequent experiments, would make the entire space shuttle fleet look like a family of tiny little planetlets, and all of them completely out-of-place, because they are all so different, but in very similar shapes," said Professor Thomas Karl, of the University of Cambridge's School of Earth and Ocean Sciences.

These giant bodies are thought to be made of the same kind of material that is used in the production of silicates.

What the silicates do is melt off the rocky interior of Earth and bring about the silicate dust clouds on the moon's surface.

This gives the moon a planet-like atmosphere of silicates, which also makes it look similar to Earth's ice.

"This finding has to do with the fact that ice isn't the same as rock, but it is in many different ways like rock. They are both pretty rough and their physical properties are very similar," said David Hall, a Ph D student in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, at the University of Cambridge, who first proposed the idea back in 2009.

Some years later, Karl and Hall went back to their lab in Cambridge to reanalyze data collected at Deneb to learn more about how