This week’s 10 most read online stories

This week's 10 most read online stories
This week's 10 most read online stories
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Here are the most read Lancashire Evening Post online stories from the last week.

1. Dad slams authority over free school meal farce

Farmer Paul Williams loses two hours of his working day so daughter Jessica can have the hot meal her school can’t provide.

2. Preston men admit to playing part in £6m global credit scam

Three Preston men were involved in a multi-million pound carbon credit theft that shut down the European carbon trading market for a week, costing millions to the economy, a court heard.

3. Auntie and niece start school together in the same class

Imagine being in the same class at school as your auntie.

4. Football ban after steward is trampled

A football fan who caused a steward to fall under the hooves of a police horse during a pitch invasion at Preston has been banned from every ground in the country for three years.

5. Tributes to Runshaw College student found dead at home

The family of a Leyland college student found dead at home have paid heartfelt tributes to their “adored son.”

6. {http://www.lep.co.uk/news/local/three-arrested-after-man-hit-by-car-1-6847337Three arrested after man hit by car}

A pedestrian was taken to hospital with a broken eye socket, cheek bone and a collapsed lung after being hit by a car in Preston.

7. New mum aims for body of the year title

A super-fit new mum is in the running to win the title of Body of the Year.

8. Families devastated as cat killer strikes six times

A suspected cat killer is thought to have poisoned at least half a dozen pets in Preston.

9. Pals’ birthday farewell for tragic Jonjo

Family and friends of teenager Jonjo Highton, killed in a Preston street, gathered to mark his birthday.

10. Six drug accused are remanded by court

Six people charged following a drugs swoop across Lancashire have been remanded into custody by magistrates.