'Aggressive beggar' risks prison by 'begging' in new Merseyside locations 

Liverpool Echo
Debrucker was hit with an order banning him from begging in the region - but he doesn't appear to be adhering to it... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 18:00:28 Categories: Liverpool Echo

NASA plots a return to the moon 

On the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, talk turns to using the moon as a foundation for space travel.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:59:00 Categories: USA TODAY

This is the cannabis farm found sprawling across staircase, bathroom and kitchen of Liverpool home 

Liverpool Echo
Pictures show drugs spread across property in Fairfield as police make arrest... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:57:31 Categories: Liverpool Echo

How much Sheffield United paid for Simon Moore - and why West Brom could get him for much less 

Birmingham Mail
WBA remain eager to add a third senior goalkeeper to their ranks after the signings of Sam Johnstone and Jonathan Bond... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:57:03 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Negotiators attempting to bring man down from viaduct as trains cancelled between Manchester and Stockport 

Manchester Evening News
Specially trained British Transport Police officers are speaking to the man on Stockport viaduct , who has been on train tracks since dawn,causing major disruption to thousands of passengers... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:56:36 Categories: Manchester Evening News

2018 NFL projections: Will the Eagles repeat? 

USA TODAY Sports releases it annual NFL record projections, which suggest the Patriots and Seahawks will falter in 2018 on the road to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:55:38 Categories: USA TODAY SPORTS

Sir Tom Jones admitted to hospital and concerts cancelled 

Birmingham Mail
The Welsh musician is being treated in hospital for a bacterial infection... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:54:01 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Putin chides Trump's opponents, calls summit a success 

Associated Press
Russian President Vladimir Putin called his first summit with President Donald Trump a success - but warned Thursday that Trump's opponents in the U.S. are hampering any progress on what they discussed.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:53:18 Categories: Associated Press

No, Montenegro Is Not Essential To U.S. National Security Interests 

The Federalist
Critics suggest it is ridiculous to question the idea that defending Montenegro via the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is necessary to keep America safe. They're wrong.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:50:05 Categories: The Federalist

Most expensive year yet for speed camera and red light fines 

Drivers have raked up a bill of $193-million this year for red light and speed camera fines in New South Wales.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:50:00 Categories: 9News.com.au

Calls for homeless shelter to be relocated amid rising crime 

There are concerns the shelter on Hutt street is responsible for a rise in crime in the area, forcing traders to shut up shop... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:50:00 Categories: 9News.com.au

Why the best investment vehicle is one you can drink 

Once an exotic market, parking your assets inside bottles of expensive wine can yield tremendous profits.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:49:26 Categories: Bloomberg

Manchester University students paint over Rudyard Kipling poem in 'racism' row - and replace it with this 

Manchester Evening News
Union bosses admitted they had made a mistake by putting up the artwork without consulting students first, and have apologised... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:47:50 Categories: Manchester Evening News

"A born leader" - Expert lowdown on Aston Villa transfer target 

Birmingham Mail
Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe is very much on AVFC manager Steve Bruce's radar... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:45:32 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Tolga Aramaz: London politician, 23, fighting for life after falling from balcony in Ibiza 

Evening Standard
A young London politician is in a critical condition in hospital after plunging from a second-floor apartment block in Ibiza. Enfield Labour councillor Tolga Aramaz, 23, was taken to intensive care shortly after 1am today. The former King's College student is understood to have been with friends when he fell from the flat in the resort of Playa d'en Bossa. He landed on a restaurant awning, which cushioned his fall, before ending up on the terrace, witnesses said. Police believe the incident was an accident and there is no evidence of criminality. Mr Aramaz's father Sezai, 55, said his son travelled out to Ibiza "a few days ago with friends". He told the Standard: "He was due back in 10 days or so. We don't know what has happened." Mr Tolga was elected as a councillor for Edmonton Green ward in May with 2,629 votes. He is also a member of the Unite union. After his election he had said: "Thank you for all who voted for me. I am now the first elected representative in my family and that gives me great pride." An official on Ibiza said: "An investigation is under way into the circumstances surrounding the injuries sustained in a second-floor apartment fall by a 23-year-old British tourist." The accident is the latest in a series of falls from height at Spanish hotels and apartments. A 42-year-old Briton remains in intensive care in the same hospital in Ibiza after plunging from a San Antonio hotel about 24 hours earlier. An Irish boy, aged 14, who fell from the second floor of a Majorca hotel died today in hospital. Police believe he may have lost his balance in a freak accident while he was on a chair on the balcony of the four-star Eix Lagotel in the resort of Playa de Muro. Three Britons have died at Eden Roc private apartment block in Magaluf this year. Town hall chiefs ordered owners at the block to make urgent safety changes but said excess alcohol was a significant factor in the incidents.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:45:00 Categories: Evening Standard

New mural in LA shows LeBron looking up to Shaq & Kobe 

For The Win
Will Lakers fans approve of this one?... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:40:09 Categories: For The Win

Festival No 6 announces 2018 will be its last event 'for now' 

Manchester Evening News
The Portmeirion festival had become an annual pilgrimage for Manchester music lovers - but organisers say it is 'not sustainable' in a shock announcement... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:40:03 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Bid for new strip club in Birmingham city centre 

Birmingham Mail
Adult World, which sits behind TK Maxx and Grand Central, has applied for a Sexual Entertainment Venue licence... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:34:07 Categories: Birmingham Mail

Tory chief whip Julian Smith urged to quit over pairing deal 'error' 

Evening Standard
Calls were made for Conservative chief whip Julian Smith to resign today over claims he put pressure on MPs to break pairing deals with women MPs. Heidi Allen, a Tory backbencher, said she "hoped" the allegations were untrue and warned of the importance of "integrity and standards". Opposition MPs said Mr Smith would have to resign if the claims were true. Jacqui Smith, a former Labour chief whip, tweeted: "If your word stands for nothing. you can't be a Chief Whip. Needs to go now." Yesterday's Evening Standard quoted a Commons source as saying Mr Smith put "undue pressure" on MPs to break pairing rules - where MPs on each side agree not to vote - to secure the Government's narrow six-vote victory in a vote on the customs union. Today's Times said Mr Smith urged three Conservative MPs to breach pairing deals, where MPs on each side agree not to vote. Read more The Londoner: Whips under fire over pairing chaos A spokesman for Mr Smith denied the allegations. He said: "We have apologised for the fact that a pregnancy pairing arrangement was broken in error this week. All other pairs offered on the Trade Bill on Tuesday were honoured." However, Liberal Democrat chief whip Alistair Carmichael demanded that Mr Smith make a Commons statement on the matter. He said that despite receiving a private explanation from Mr Smith over how the pairing arrangement between Tory party chairman Brandon Lewis and Lib-Dem Jo Swinson had been broken during two key Brexit votes on Tuesday night, he still was unclear how it exactly happened. After the fresh allegations against Mr Smith, Ms Allen, a prominent anti-Brexit campaigner, said: "I sincerely hope this isn't true. No matter how tough the going gets, principle, integrity and standards matter. Without those, what's left?" Labour MP Chris Bryant said: "If this is true then the chief whip must resign. It's a simple matter. Either his word is his bond or it isn't." Theresa May admitted yesterday her party's failure to honour the voting pact was not "good enough" but that it was an honest mistake.... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:34:00 Categories: Evening Standard

Prince Charles to give evidence on bishop to child abuse inquiry 

The Guardian
Written submission will be read at hearing into how C of E handled case of Peter Ball... read more
19. heinäkuuta 2018 17:30:00 Categories: The Guardian
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