News archive from 3 June 2017

Celebrity traveller: Kelly Hoppen

Celebrity traveller: Kelly Hoppen

WHAT IS YOUR MOST MEMORABLE HOLIDAY? I have had so many over the years I wouldn’t know how to choose just one. I recently returned from a five-day trip to the Lux Belle Mare in Mauritius, which was amazing. We stayed in one of their private villas...

 

Avengers director Joe Russo: Scotland can attract more blockbusters

Joe Russo, co-director of the new Avengers films, talks to Alistair Harkness about shooting scenes in Edinburgh and how Scotland could attract more big budget Hollywood films “I find that stunning,” says Joe Russo. The co-director (along with his...

 

Ken Livingstone may face anti-Semitic probe after election, says Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has been forced in a live TV broadcast to defend Labour's failure to expel his ally Ken Livingstone for allegedly anti-Semitic remarks. The former London mayor avoided expulsion in April this year at a disciplinary hearing into his...

 

Stand-out moments from the leaders' TV special

Here are six stand-out moments from the BBC1 Question Time special featuring Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. :: Mrs May challenged on not agreeing to a head-to-head debate A member of the audience accused the Prime Minister of ducking debates with Mr...

 

Greens will pledge to end 'travesty' of loneliness among older people

The Greens will pledge to end the "travesty" of isolation and loneliness among older people in a policy launch headed by an 85-year-old party member. Campaigner Anne Power will take centre stage alongside former party leader Natalie Bennett...

 
UK drivers planning on driving in Europe this summer need to know THIS

UK drivers planning on driving in Europe this summer need to know THIS

It was revealed earlier this week that certain countries in Europe have dash cam bans and or restrictions.  Additionally, British motorists caught speeding while driving in Europe can face up to a £640 fine.  If a motorists is driving in Paris this...

 
WATCH: Man Utd target Raphael Varane shows why he could be perfect fit for Jose Mourinho

WATCH: Man Utd target Raphael Varane shows why he could be perfect fit for Jose Mourinho

The Frenchman played under the Portuguese manager at the Bernabeu and is thought to be one of United’s top summer transfer targets. Any move for the 22-year-old would hinge on whether United keeper David de Gea went in the opposite direction. And it’s...

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Wall St Week Ahead-As large cap gets larger, can the tech rally continue?

Technology shares have led U.S. stocks to record highs and are expected to continue to rise, but as market value becomes concentrated in the largest companies, some are beginning to look for the next rally leader. The technology sector of the S&P...

 

Top Tory charged in election fraud probe

South Thanet candidate and two others will be in court next month for alleged fiddling of campaign expenses in 2015 A TORY parliamentary candidate has been charged with fiddling election expenses. South Thanet’s Craig Mackinlay has been charged with...

 

May attacked as she fails to slam Trump

PM refuses to add voice to outcry over ‘reckless’ climate snub THERESA MAY faced strong criticism yesterday for failing to join European condemnation of US President Donald Trump for abandoning a key international deal on battling climate change. The...

 

Labour pledges to create one million decent jobs

Corbyn promises to invest £250 billion in industry ‘to share the wealth’ by Felicity Collier LABOUR will create one million decent jobs and build an economy where the whole country shares its wealth, Jeremy Corbyn pledged yesterday. Speaking in York,...

 

US: Rightwingers trumpet decision to wreck planet

Trump’s allies defend his plan to pull out of Paris climate change accord SENIOR US government figures lined up yesterday to back President Donald Trump’s self-interested decision to pull out of the global fight against climate change. Announcing his...

 

Syria: New push to oust Isis takes back villages in first hours

SYRIAN government troops launched a new offensive to rid Aleppo province of Isis terrorists yesterday, taking a string of villages in the first hours. Troops attacked along two intersecting axes into areas west of Maskanah, the last of the death...

 

Philippines: Deadly raid on casino ‘was not terrorism,’ say coppers

FILIPINO police rejected Isis claims yesterday that the death cult was behind a Manila casino attack that killed 36 people. An English-speaking white man entered the casino at the Resorts World Manila complex in the capital early yesterday. He stuffed...

 

PM kowtows to Trump

THE future of our planet should be more important to a British prime minister than loyalty to the US president, but that hasn’t registered with Theresa May. When Chinese and European Union leaders felt driven to sign a joint declaration criticising...

 


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