Author: Phoebe Greggor

https://soundcloud.com/phoebe-greggor/the-future-of-sex-sex-dolls-and-robots Sex dolls are becoming more and more realistic, but what about robotics and AI? Will we be seeing more sex robots on the market or is it just a marketing gimmick with a limited future? In the second of a two-part series, Phoebe Greggor investigates the doll community and sex robots — listen above.

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https://soundcloud.com/phoebe-greggor/what-the-sex-sex-robots-and-dolls Could Westworld’s brothels become a reality? Or are hyper-realistic sex dolls too popular to be replaced? In the first of a two-part series Phoebe Greggor looks at the sex dolls and robots industry, the role of artificial intelligence in the future of sex, and the potential impact on the sex industry and people trafficking — listen above.

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West Midlands Police figures have revealed that the total number of vehicle crimes has risen by 64% over the last 5 years, and they’re continuing to rise. The number of stolen vehicles has tripled since 2015 too. Vehicle crimes include cars being stolen, car key theft, and theft from vehicles. Vehicle crimes Infogram According to the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson, the most common makes to be stolen include Ford, Audi and BMW which account for over 50% of thefts in the first six months of this year. Vehicle crimes are also much higher than other theft-related…

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Two men who ran a drug and gun supply network across the West Midlands have been jailed for almost 30 years. David Pedley and Ezekial Osbourne were given sentences at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday (30th July). Pedley pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and supplying a firearm, and was sentenced for 17 years. Osbourne also pleaded guilty to the same offences and will serve over 10 years. West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit ran an investigation which recovered more than £100,000, class A drugs (including cocaine and heroin) and a firearm during raids. In a statement, DC…

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