News archive from 18 June 2016

Spies are caught by French police drones... but they're paparazzi who snapped Jamie Vardy and his chewing...

French police have been flying drones over numerous Euro 2016 training grounds, but the only spies to be caught in the airborne sweep were watching England train this week. Two French photographers from paparazzi agency Fly Net Pictures were spotted...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

England eye history but know they have not made it yet as they bid to kill off wounded Wallabies in Melbourne 

Amid so much talk of history, England will take their first shot at series glory armed with a cautionary tale from this city 15 years ago, featuring Jonny Wilkinson in the unfamiliar role of pantomime villain. In the aftermath of their 39-28 win over...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

British and Irish Lions open to U-turn from England coach Eddie Jones on leading 2017 New Zealand tour

British and Irish Lions chief John Feehan has revealed the search for a coach is ‘wide open’ and Eddie Jones would be a leading candidate for the job if he made himself available. Wales’s Warren Gatland is the front-runner to lead next year’s tour of...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Australian eyes off the ball as they pick apart scrum to turn England series... Their issues at centre are...

Are the Aussies fiddling while Rome burns? There has been much hot air Down Under about scrummaging, most of it coming from former Wallabies coach Bob Dwyer who insists England were scrummaging illegally last week. Australia’s starting props from...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

England vs Australia form guide: Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje lead the way as Mike Brown has a case of the...

England face Australia with the chance to take the three match Test series in Melbourne and have shown themselves to have bottle some doubted they possessed. Eddie Jones' side know they have not won anything yet but with the Wallabies getting...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Boris Becker admits he was surprised by Andy Murray's reunion with Ivan Lendl

Boris Becker is surprised Andy Murray has rehired Ivan Lendl to help try and break the stranglehold of his own player, Novak Djokovic. Becker’s appearance at Queen’s Club only added to the whole ‘supercoach’ theme of the week and he chatted away with...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Seamen demand end to ship ‘slavery’

SHIPPING union RMT hit out at the “shocking exploitation” of foreign seafarers yesterday as it backed calls for government action to stop “modern slavery” in the offshore supply chain. RMT parliamentary group chair Ian Mearns has tabled an early day...

 

Community marches against knives

FRIENDS and family of a 20-year-old student who was stabbed to death in the street marched against knife and gang crime in his memory yesterday. Trainee electrician Lewis Elwin was stabbed in the back in Tooting, south London, in front of horrified...

 

Holyrood pledges £20.3m for equalities

THE Scottish government pledged £20.3 million yesterday to tackle different forms of inequality and discrimination. The cash will go to over 200 projects that work with individuals, families, children and communities to address issues such as...

 

France: CGT meets El Khomri – but maintains demands

FRENCH union federation CGT general secretary Philippe Martinez met Labour Minister Myriam El Khomri yesterday over the anti-worker Bill that has sparked mass protests and strikes. Mr Martinez called the half-hour meeting meeting a “constructive...

 

Iraq: Army pushes Isis fantatics out of central Fallujah

IRAQI troops fought their way into the centre of the Islamic State (Isis)-occupied city of Fallujah yesterday, capturing the town hall. Special Forces Commander Brigadier Haidar al-Obeidi said his troops were now besieging the nearby central hospital,...

 

Man still held over Jo Cox murder as police probe right-wing extremism link

A man remains in police custody following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, as police revealed a link to right-wing extremism is a priority line of inquiry. West Yorkshire Police said they are working with the North East Counter Terrorism Unit as the...

 

Man still held over Jo Cox murder as police probe right-wing extremism link

A man remains in police custody following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, as police revealed a link to right-wing extremism is a priority line of inquiry. West Yorkshire Police said they are working with the North East Counter Terrorism Unit as the...

 

Indonesians tow refugee boat back out to sea

AUTHORITIES in Indonesia’s Aceh province were preparing to tow a boat carrying more than 40 refugees out to sea yesterday after rescuing it last weekend. It would be the second attempt in the past week to remove the vessel from Indonesian waters after...

 
IMF says EU exit 'largest near-term risk' to British economy

IMF says EU exit 'largest near-term risk' to British economy

A UK exit from the European Union could mean the UK misses out on up to 5.6% of GDP growth by 2019, the IMF has warned. Brexit is the "largest near-term risk" to the UK economy, the IMF said in its annual UK economic outlook. It added that...

BBC, 00:04 in Regional
 


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