News archive from 5 July 2017

Sister of London Bridge terror attacker Khuram Butt 'sacked from her job at Heathrow Airport'

Sister of London Bridge terror attacker Khuram Butt 'sacked from her job at Heathrow Airport'

The sister of the London Bridge terror mastermind is believed to have been sacked from Heathrow amid questions about staff vetting at the airport. Britain’s biggest airport carried out an investigation with security services into the sister of Khuram...

 

How the 25th Amendment could remove President Trump

President Donald Trump's weekend of "MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL" Twitter behaviour, in his own words, has reopened the debate on whether it is possible to remove him from office. But rather than impeachment, this time critics of the President...

The Week, 00:04 in Auto
 
London 'still Europe's top tech hub'

London 'still Europe's top tech hub'

London remains Europe's number one hub for technology investment despite Brexit, with record levels of capital flowing in, say officials in the city. In the first half of 2017, private equity investment in the capital's tech sector totalled £4.5bn,...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 

Philippe Coutinho trains by the beach in Rio as Liverpool star waits for pre-season return after captaining...

Philippe Coutinho will not be joining his Liverpool team mates back at Melwood for the beginning of pre-season training on Wednesday. But that has not stopped the midfield star from stepping up his own preparations for the coming season back in his...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Tory bid to stifle jail officers’ last resort

POA: Rather than talk, prison bosses are sheltering behind courts THE government went to the High Court yesterday in attempt to obtain a permanent ban on prison officers taking industrial action. The application by Justice Secretary David Lidington...

 

PM stays silent on damaging 1% pay cap

Tories refuse to acknowledge fierce opposition NO EFFORT has been made by the government to end the 1 per cent public-sector pay cap despite fierce opposition and research proving how damaging the policy is. The pay cap which has seen public-sector...

 
Emmanuel Macron aboard France's nuclear submarine

Emmanuel Macron aboard France's nuclear submarine

President Emmanuel Macron has spent several hours underwater aboard a nuclear submarine to signal commitment to France's nuclear deterrent. During the visit to "Le Terrible" submarine off Brittany coast, Mr Macron reportedly took part in a...

BBC, 00:06 in World News
 

Protesters mark the 69th anniversary of the NHS

BIRTHDAY events are being held across Britain today to mark the 69th anniversary of the founding of the NHS. The celebrations coincide with new research which shows that nearly 75 per cent of voters believe the NHS is getting worse, including 61 per...

 

Syria: French judge chosen to lead war crimes probes

Catherine Marchi-Uhel previously worked for Hague tribunal on ex-Yugoslavia A FRENCH judge will lead investigations into war crimes in Syria, the United Nations said on Monday night. Secretary-general Antonio Guterres has appointed Catherine...

 

New atomic weapons ban set to be passed by the UN

THE United Nations is expected to pass a new convention banning nuclear weapons on Friday after the final draft was released on Monday. The third and final draft circulated at the three-week conference at the UN headquarters in New York stated that...

 

Pyongyang tests missile capable of reaching the United States

NORTH KOREA tested what it called an intercontinental ballistic missile yesterday and claimed it was capable of hitting the United States. China and Russia responded by calling for a return to international talks on Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons...

 

North Korea nuclear weapons: Joint talks are what’s needed

YET another North Korean missile launch is feted as a huge victory in Pyongyang and met with a predictable chorus of condemnation from nuclear-armed states and their allies. Donald Trump asks rhetorically whether North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hasn’t...

 

Why hand rail in Wales to firms that have failed?

RAMON CORRIA says the Welsh government can and must take action to end the rule of companies with a dismal track record FROM this year, the Welsh government will have the power to specify the terms and conditions of the Welsh rail franchise. It will...

 

The Teaching Excellence Framework is designed to prop up a false market in universities

The new higher education rankings system is unfair and not fit for purpose, writes SALLY HUNT THE newest set of university rankings on the block — the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) — certainly caused a stir when they were finally released. While...

 

The refugee crisis is becoming more troubling and more deadly

MAURICE WREN reflects on the challenges refugees in Britain face and what hope may lie ahead IT WAS a tragic irony that World Refugee Day brought reports that over a hundred people in desperate search for safety are feared drowned after a boat sank...

 


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