The News at Six

Welcome to the news, but this is no ordinary news. In order to get a fresh perspective we ask a six year old child about the weeks top news stories from around the world.

Record 53m stolen in depot raid

Raiders involved in Britain’s biggest cash robbery got away with 53,116,760 from the Securitas depot in Tonbridge, Kent Police have revealed.

Assistant Chief Constable Adrian Leppard said five men had been arrested in addition to the six people released on bail last week.

I think the thief should give all the money to those sad dogs on the TV, a nasty man hit those dogs.

Bush ‘waving when fell off bike’

US President George W Bush was waving to police when he fell off his bike at the G8 summit in Scotland last July, newly published police papers reveal.

Mr Bush was shouting “Thanks, you guys, for coming” when he lost control and collided with an officer, the documents obtained by Scotland on Sunday show.

The smash left Mr Bush with scrapes on his hands and arms, and the policeman needing crutches for an ankle injury

He should be more careful on his bike, as it can very dangerous on roads, even for hedgehogs.

EU threatens Serbia over Mladic

The European Union has told Serbia and Montenegro that talks on closer ties will be put on hold unless it hands over war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic.

European commissioner Ollie Rehn told the BBC talks planned for early April would be called off until there was full co-operation from Serbia.

The continued reluctance of Serbia to comply with the UN is an insult and the very idea of them joining the European Union disgusts me

This was the news at six, see you all again next next week.

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