News archive from 4 July 2018, page 11

GUIDE: All you need to know about this weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone

For one weekend a year, the village of Silverstone becomes one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country as F1 descends on Northamptonshire. Here is our guide to this weekend's British Grand Prix.

 

GUIDE: All you need to know about this weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone

For one weekend a year, the village of Silverstone becomes one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country as F1 descends on Northamptonshire. Here is our guide to this weekend's British Grand Prix.

 

GUIDE: All you need to know about this weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone

For one weekend a year, the village of Silverstone becomes one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country as F1 descends on Northamptonshire. Here is our guide to this weekend's British Grand Prix.

 

GUIDE: All you need to know about this weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone

For one weekend a year, the village of Silverstone becomes one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country as F1 descends on Northamptonshire. Here is our guide to this weekend's British Grand Prix.

 

Brexit: why is the government favouring goods over services?

Senior business leaders have pleaded with the prime minister to protect Britain’s vital professional services sector, amid suggestions the government is prioritising goods over services in the Brexit negotiations. A letter signed by 42 members of the...

The Week, 06:37 in Business
 

Ordinary people will bear brunt of bad Brexit deal, warns Hartlepool MP

‘Ordinary working people’ will be the hardest hit by a bungled Brexit, says Hartlepool’s MP. Mike Hill was speaking as a new report singled out the North East as one of the places in the UK likely to be worst hit by a ‘hard’ Brexit. Reports like this...

 

Councillor’s concerns as probation reforms labelled unfit for purpose

The leader of a local organisation that monitors offenders is to be invited to appear before Hartlepool councillors amid concerns national probation services are not fit for purpose. In 2014 and 2015 the Government introduced major changes to the...

 

Grab your broomsticks for Harry Potter convention

Harry Potter fans are in for a magical treat this month. Convention organiser Unleashed Events is holding a bumper celebration of the films and books on Sunday, July 22, complete with special guests. Headlining will be Andrew Herd, who starred in...

 

£25,000 campaign to honour the fallen in Hartlepool park

Historians have today launched a fundraisnig drive to help replace a statue of a Boer War soldier in a Hartlepool park. The History of Hartlepool group has won planning permission for a new statue in Ward Jackson Park after the old one was stolen by...

 

Boy wanted over street robbery in Sheffield

A teenage boy is being hunted by the police over a street robbery in Sheffield where another boy had his phone and chain stolen after he was was thrown to the ground. South Yorkshire Police said a 15-year-old boy was walking through Hillsborough Park...

 

Olympic double gold medalist Dame Kelly Holmes to visit National Memorial Arboretum

Olympic double gold medallist and former military stalwart Dame Kelly Holmes is set to visit the National Memorial Arboretum, in Alrewas, as the UK celebrates the role of women in the army. Dame Kelly's visit coincides with celebrations to mark 80...

 

Now we believe: Watch the moment England fans celebrate World Cup penalty shoot-out win in Leeds city centre

England have won a World Cup match on penalties. And fans from Leeds could barely comprehend what they were seeing as the national side saw off Colombia in a nail-biter of a last 16 clash to reach the quarter-finals. Our photographers captured the...

 
Arsenal transfer blow: Juventus 'table bid' for Steven Nzonzi as Sevilla star wants move

Arsenal transfer blow: Juventus 'table bid' for Steven Nzonzi as Sevilla star wants move

The Gunners are already pushing ahead with transfer plans after Unai Emery took the helm. And one of his transfer targets is Nzonzi, who he used to work with whilst he was at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. Emery was the man to take the Frenchman to La...

Daily Star, 06:43 in Sport
 
'I'll kill you all' - terrifying threats of crazed man as he stood in street armed with knife

'I'll kill you all' - terrifying threats of crazed man as he stood in street armed with knife

A drunken troublemaker left a neighbour "absolutely petrified" after brandishing a knife and threatening to kill them all. He moved the knife across his own throat and made gestures, a court heard. He used "bizarre, drunken, aggressive...

 

Almost £3m to be spent improving dangerous stretch of A18 by widening carriageway and upgrading junction

Almost £3m has been secured by North East Lincolnshire Council to improve the notoriously accident-prone A18. Proposals have been made for the carriageway to be widened between Laceby roundabout and the Waltham Road junction in a £2.8m project. The...

 


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