Your Newcastle news headlines on Friday, October 29
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Northumbria police and crime commissioner Kim McGuinness has resigned from the government pay board in protest over police pay.
In her statement she said “these key workers got us through a pandemic any pay rise should be above inflation at the very least”.
The John Dobson Street bus lane camera is set to restart fines next week. This camera caught out more than 90,000 drivers between 2016 and 2017 and it will be switched back on for the first time next week.
Signs and road markings have been put into place to warm drivers ahead of the change on Monday.
Human rights organisation fair square has highlighted what they are calling the massive hypocrisy of the Newcastle United takeover.
The takeover by Saudi Arabian owners has been questioned by several organisations but part owner Amanda Staveley has said that the ownership will respect the existing Premier League’s anti-discrimination campaigns