Stephen Searle admitted in court he was trained to kill, but said he did not realise his wife was dead Image: East Anglia News Service Get the biggest daily news stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email An ex-Royal Marine accused of murdering his wife told jurors today he accidentally killed her in self-defence after she stabbed him. He admitted in court he was trained to kill, but said he did not realise his wife was dead. Father-of-three Searle reacted after she stabbed him in the belly with a steak knife at their home in Stowmarket, Suffolk.
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There was no road to the harbour, access was across the sands. Beyond Westgate there were two tracks, one leading south to the ruins of the old Abbey Abbey Road and the other following what is now Pointgarry Road leading through open ground to Whin Stone Quarry, the remains of which can be traced on the West Links. From this point outside the town boundary, the post road to Edinburgh, maintained each spring by ploughing, rolling and harrowing, cuts through the fields of Abbey Farm to Dirleton. Many of the family names associated with North Berwick in the seventeenth century continued to dominate the Town Council in the eighteenth century including the Home, Lauder, Dalrymple and Nisbet families. Sir Robert Dalrymple was a practicing advocate and lived at Castleton in the shadow of Tantallon Castle where he died on 31st August He planted beech trees at the east side of Berwick Law to celebrate the union. The Dalrymple dynasty was a dominant force in the Scottish legal system during the 18th century.
This class was intended to replace the five boats of the ageing Swiftsure class , as well as the oldest two boats of the Trafalgar class. As of March , three of the boats have been commissioned and entered service, and three are under construction. The long lead contract for the seventh boat has been signed and her commissioning is planned for
Concerned by the lack of government support for education, Robert Jeffreys-Brown addressed the meeting on "The Advantages of a Specific Education for Agricultural Pursuits". Funds were raised by public subscription: Construction of the main building, in Victorian Tudor style, began in April and was designed by S. Daukes and John R.