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BBC
today, 20:32

Boeing 'concerns' over US-China trade row

The head of US aerospace and defence giant Boeing has warned about potential damage of the growing US-China trade row. "Aerospace thrives on free and open trade," said chief executive Dennis Muilenburg. He...

 
Rolls Royce develops propulsion system for flying taxi
BBC
today, 18:34

Rolls Royce develops propulsion system for flying taxi

Engine maker Rolls-Royce has designed a propulsion system for a flying taxi which it says could take to the skies as soon as early next decade. The British firm said it had drawn up plans for an "electric...

 
Global workforce will be decimated by fourth revolution, says Siemens boss
Guardian
today, 18:12

Global workforce will be decimated by fourth revolution, says Siemens boss

Global workforces will be decimated as the next industrial revolution gets under way, the head of one of Germany’s biggest firms has warned, unless workers are retrained with new skills. Joe Kaeser, global chief...

 
Insurance firms heap pressure on troubled Debenhams
Guardian
today, 16:25

Insurance firms heap pressure on troubled Debenhams

Debenhams is under fresh pressure after it emerged credit insurers have reduced cover for suppliers to the department store chain in the latest sign of the challenges facing Britain’s high streets. Suppliers use...

 
Debenhams denies cash crunch problem
BBC
today, 12:37

Debenhams denies cash crunch problem

Debenhams has said its cash position is "healthy" after reports some insurers have reduced cover for its suppliers. The Sunday Times said the retailer was facing "a cash crunch" because some credit...

 
Farnborough Airshow: Brexit and bulging order books dominate
BBC
today, 00:59

Farnborough Airshow: Brexit and bulging order books dominate

The weather forecast may be warm and sunny, but there is still likely to be a cloud hanging over the Farnborough Airshow this week. The show is big event of the year for the aerospace industry. It's where the latest...

 
May faces Commons reckoning over cross-border trade bill
Guardian
today, 18:21

May faces Commons reckoning over cross-border trade bill

Ten days after the Chequers summit, a parliamentary reckoning beckons. It may not sound particularly exciting but the remaining stages of the taxation (cross-border trade) bill in the Commons on Monday represent a...

 
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Scotsman
today, 17:58

Labour wage policy ‘will benefit 116,000 young Scots’

Labour proposals to increase the minimum wage and abolish the youth rate would benefit 116,000 young Scots, the party has said It has set out plans to scrap the lower legal minimum rate for under-25s, and increase the...

 
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Scotsman
today, 17:19

Trump ends whirlwind UK tour and heads for talks with Putin

Donald Trump has finished his whirlwind UK visit and is heading to Finland for talks with Vladimir Putin The US president departed Glasgow Prestwick Airport just after 4pm on Sunday after four days in the UK during...

 
Theresa May and Donald Trump bond over love for Thatcher and Reagan
Guardian
today, 12:50

Theresa May and Donald Trump bond over love for Thatcher and Reagan

Donald Trump and Theresa May bonded over their shared admiration for Margaret Thatcher as they lunched at the White House on Friday – and he hopes their relationship will become even closer than the famous political...

 
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Scotsman
today, 12:28

Clarity urged on post-Brexit status of Irish citizens in Scotland

Irish citizens living in Scotland need clarity on their right to stay in Scotland following Brexit, the Scottish Government has said. In a letter to Home Secretary Sajid Javid, External Affairs Secretary Fiona Hyslop...

 
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Scotsman
today, 12:11

Man arrested in connection with Trump paragliding protest

A man has been arrested in connection with an incident where a paraglider flew over Donald Trump’s Turnberry resort in Scotland and unfurled a protest sign. The banner read “Trump Well Below Par” and the stunt was...

 
Black man killed by Chicago police died of multiple gunshots, autopsy shows
Guardian
7 min. ago

Black man killed by Chicago police died of multiple gunshots, autopsy shows

Autopsy results released on Sunday showed that a black man who was killed by a Chicago police officer near his home died of multiple gunshot wounds. Medical examiners released the cause of death for Harith Augustus,...

 
Theresa May faces rebellion from Brexit hardliners in customs bill vote
Guardian
54 min. ago

Theresa May faces rebellion from Brexit hardliners in customs bill vote

Theresa May faces a concerted rebellion from the hard Brexit wing of the Conservative party on Monday, as MPs unhappy with her Chequers compromise prepare to mount a show of strength by voting for their amendments on...

 
France’s victory was a befitting end to a thrilling World Cup
Guardian
today, 20:33

France’s victory was a befitting end to a thrilling World Cup

France’s captain and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris lifted the World Cup as cannons shot golden confetti high in the air and a wall of fans waving tricolour flags exploded with joy after a final befitting a thrilling...

 
Firefighters tackle large grass fire in east London
Guardian
today, 20:33

Firefighters tackle large grass fire in east London

More than 225 firefighters are tackling a large grass fire in east London that has sent smoke billowing over the capital. Forty fire engines are at the scene of the blaze, which stretches across 100 hectares (248...

 
Liberal Dean Smith says lower immigration would give Australia 'time to breathe'
Guardian
today, 20:33

Liberal Dean Smith says lower immigration would give Australia 'time to breathe'

The Western Australian Liberal Dean Smith says moderating the immigration intake would give Australia “time to breathe” and space to develop a population policy to allow proper planning while maintaining social...

 
My Health Record: privacy, cybersecurity and the hacking risk
Guardian
today, 19:08

My Health Record: privacy, cybersecurity and the hacking risk

From Monday, Australians will have three months to opt out of a new digital medical record that can hold on to information for up to 30 years after they die. The digital record, called My Health Record, will be...

 

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France’s Didier Deschamps: ‘There’s nothing above the World Cup’
Guardian
7 min. ago

France’s Didier Deschamps: ‘There’s nothing above the World Cup’

Ecstatic France players crashed Didier Deschamps’ press conference after their World Cup victory, chanting his name as they sprayed champagne, water and energy drinks on their coach and assembled journalists. The...

 
Alexis Sanchez not seen with Manchester United teammates as tour squad travel to United States
Metro
31 min. ago

Alexis Sanchez not seen with Manchester United teammates as tour squad travel to United States

Alexis Sanchez was not seen at Manchester airport with the rest of his Manchester United teammates as the squad travelled to the United States to begin their pre-season tour. The Chilean returned to training earlier...

 
France boast seductive future with Kylian Mbappé their leading man
Guardian
31 min. ago

France boast seductive future with Kylian Mbappé their leading man

And fade to blue. On a stormy, slightly wild afternoon in Moscow France became world champions for the second time, providing a bookend to one victorious era and offering a seductive hint of another to come. It seemed...

 
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Daily Express
42 min. ago

Snapped: Man Utd jet off for USA tour; Daley Blind absent, but where is Alexis Sanchez?

Jose Mourinho and his Manchester United players are heading out to America for a five-game pre-season tour. The Red Devils boss has included seven youngsters in his tour squad including 16-year-old Mason Greenwood and...

 
France 4-2 Croatia: World Cup final player ratings
Guardian
today, 21:06

France 4-2 Croatia: World Cup final player ratings

France (4-2-3-1) Hugo Lloris His terrible mistake led to Mandzukic’s second goal. Fine save to deny Rebic in the second half though. 6 Benjamin Pavard Unable to go forward in the same way as in previous games because...

 
Croatia punched above their weight but could not beat fate and France
Guardian
today, 21:06

Croatia punched above their weight but could not beat fate and France

Ivan Perisic has done more than most to ignite Croatia’s World Cup adventure, to carry them into uncharted territory and to allow this small nation with big hearts to dream of the ultimate triumph. The imposing winger...

 
 


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