News archive from 12 November 2018

Police in talks to scrap 'reasonable grounds' condition for stop and search

Police in talks to scrap 'reasonable grounds' condition for stop and search

Police chiefs want to trigger an expansion of stop and search by lowering the level of suspicion an officer needs against a suspect to use the power, the Guardian has learned. They want to scrap the requirement that “reasonable grounds” are needed...

Guardian, 00:02 in Politics
 
Horse Racing Tips: Exeter, Kempton, Redcar, Wolverhampton

Horse Racing Tips: Exeter, Kempton, Redcar, Wolverhampton

HORSE RACING TIPS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Exeter 1.00 COTSWOLD WAY 1.35 SOME DAY SOON 2.05 OZZIE THE OSCAR 2.40 COUP DE PINCEAU 3.15 POWERFUL SYMBOL 3.45 FARM THE ROCK 4.15 CAHILL Related Articles Horse Racing Tips: Ayr, Chelmsford City, Leicester,...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Horse Racing Tips: Aintree, Wincanton

Horse Racing Tips: Aintree, Wincanton

HORSE RACING TIPS: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 Aintree 12.40 AYE AYE CHARLIE 1.15 SETTIMO MILANESE 1.50 BEAT THAT 2.25 HAUL AWAY 3.00 THEO 3.35 DROVERS LANE 4.10 LEGENDS GOLD Related Articles Horse Racing Tips: Exeter, Kempton, Newcastle, Yarmouth Horse Racing...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

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Deliveroo riders to display pictures of missing people in bid to have them home for Christmas

Deliveroo riders to display pictures of missing people in bid to have them home for Christmas

Birmingham Deliveroo riders are to display missing person posters on their backpacks as part of a campaign to find them in time for Christmas. Five hundred of the food delivery app's riders in Birmingham, as well as London, Manchester and Bristol,...

 

Michael Buble announces Birmingham date in new UK tour - how to get tickets

Michael Buble said he "couldn't wait" to celebrate the release of his first album in two years with an arena tour of the UK - including a Birmingham date. The Canadian singer, known for hits including Home, Haven't Met You Yet and...

 
Eddie Jones calls on England to ‘physically smash cheeky Japan’

Eddie Jones calls on England to ‘physically smash cheeky Japan’

Eddie Jones said England will look to “physically smash” his former side Japan at Twickenham on Saturday and advised them to “go to the temple and pray”. Jones declared England have got their mojo back after an agonising one-point defeat by New...

Guardian, 00:22 in Sport
 
Macron warns of rising nationalism as world leaders mark armistice

Macron warns of rising nationalism as world leaders mark armistice

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has warned of the dangers of rising nationalism as he addressed Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and other world leaders at a ceremony in Paris to mark the 100th anniversary of the first world war armistice. As more...

 
Medical cannabis: Death sentence prompts Malaysia to re-think harsh laws

Medical cannabis: Death sentence prompts Malaysia to re-think harsh laws

A death sentence given to a young man selling cannabis oil to the ill has stirred debate in Muslim-majority Malaysia about its ultra-tough drug laws. The case has prompted calls for the country to become the first in Asia to legalise medical marijuana...

BBC, 00:28 in World News
 
US and North Korea suffer communication breakdown

US and North Korea suffer communication breakdown

Remember when Donald Trump said he and Kim Jong-un fell in love? Well now it seems they just don't talk anymore. Instead, the US and North Korea appear to be staring one another down, waiting for the other to blink or make a move. And neither appears...

BBC, 00:28 in World News
 
Hancock to tell summit of goal to revolutionise NHS with new tech

Hancock to tell summit of goal to revolutionise NHS with new tech

The health secretary, Matt Hancock, is to meet the French president, Emmanuel Macron, the Canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau, and other world leaders at a summit on new technologies that could revolutionise health and social care. The minister...

Guardian, 00:31 in Politics
 
Nationalism a driving force behind fake news in India, research shows

Nationalism a driving force behind fake news in India, research shows

A rising tide of nationalism in India is driving ordinary citizens to spread fake news, according to BBC research. The research found that facts were less important to some than the emotional desire to bolster national identity. Social media analysis...

BBC, 00:36 in World News
 

Driver and passenger taken to hospital after car hits wall in Oakenshaw

A motorist and a passenger were taken to hospital after the car they were travelling in collided with a wall in Oakenshaw. The crash happened at 3.30am this morning (Thursday) on Bradford Road at the junction with Wyke Lane. A silver MGF car was...

 

‘I’m appalled. What is the issue?’

A deli owner with a portable bar has slammed Kirklees Council for stopping him supplying facilities at a charity event. Mike Battle, who owns the Ginger Whale deli in Oxford Road, Gomersal, says he has been told he cannot provide portable bar...

 

Cadets salute their new HQ

JUST six months after their old and dilapidated headquarters was demolished, air and army cadets have a brand new state-of-the art building. The new centre, off Bradford Road in Littletown, has been officially opened and organisers are hoping it will...

 


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