News archive from 15 June 2016, page 8

Travel group criticised over 'misleading' holiday savings claims

Adverts for the travel group which owns Thomson and First Choice have been banned for using "misleading" claims about savings on summer holidays. Two websites, firstchoice.co.uk and thomson.co.uk, advertised holidays in Mexico during August...

 

'Brexit Budget' would see £30bn in cuts and tax hikes, warns George Osborne

Tax hikes and spending cuts totalling £30 billion will need to be forced through in an emergency "Brexit Budget" if Britain votes to quit the EU, Chancellor George Osborne is warning. Mr Osborne and Labour former chancellor Alistair Darling...

 

New clashes between England fans and Russian hooligans

Fresh clashes have taken place between England fans and Russian hooligans at Euro 2016. Video posted online showed Russian hooligans approaching a group of English and Welsh fans as they drank together. The footage showed the brief clash on the Place...

 

Union dossier highlights 'dangers' of driver-only trains

A rail union has published a dossier on the "dangers" of driver-only trains amid a series of strikes over the issue. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union has called stoppages on ScotRail and Southern Railway in the coming weeks as part of...

 

Union dossier highlights 'dangers' of driver-only trains

A rail union has published a dossier on the "dangers" of driver-only trains amid a series of strikes over the issue. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union has called stoppages on ScotRail and Southern Railway in the coming weeks as part of...

 

Obesity warning as more than 500 youngsters develop Type 2 diabetes

More than 500 youngsters have Type 2 diabetes - a condition usually only seen in people over the age of 40. The condition, which is linked to being overweight or obese, usually appears in adulthood but a growing number of children are being diagnosed...

 

Obesity warning as more than 500 youngsters develop Type 2 diabetes

More than 500 youngsters have Type 2 diabetes - a condition usually only seen in people over the age of 40. The condition, which is linked to being overweight or obese, usually appears in adulthood but a growing number of children are being diagnosed...

 

Obesity warning as more than 500 youngsters develop Type 2 diabetes

More than 500 youngsters have Type 2 diabetes - a condition usually only seen in people over the age of 40. The condition, which is linked to being overweight or obese, usually appears in adulthood but a growing number of children are being diagnosed...

 

Obesity warning as more than 500 youngsters develop Type 2 diabetes

More than 500 youngsters have Type 2 diabetes - a condition usually only seen in people over the age of 40. The condition, which is linked to being overweight or obese, usually appears in adulthood but a growing number of children are being diagnosed...

 

FA chief executive Martin Glenn warns England fans over behaviour with threat of expulsion from Euro 2016...

Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn has written to England supporters warning them further disorder at Euro 2016 will not be tolerated. Glenn has urged fans in France ahead of Thursday's game against Wales 'to act in a positive and...

Daily Mail, 00:51 in Sport
 
Exclusive: North Korea may be 'significantly' upping nuclear bomb output - report

Exclusive: North Korea may be 'significantly' upping nuclear bomb output - report

WASHINGTON North Korea may be significantly expanding its nuclear weapons production and could have added six or more weapons to its stockpile in the last 18 months, a U.S. research institute said on Tuesday. The Washington-based Institute for Science...

 
Social media 'outstrips TV' as news source for young people

Social media 'outstrips TV' as news source for young people

Social media has overtaken television as young people's main source of news, according to a report. Of the 18-to-24-year-olds surveyed, 28% cited social media as their main news source, compared with 24% for TV. The Reuters Institute for the Study of...

BBC, 00:58 in World News
 

Kitten travels 300 miles clinging to bumper of Navy helicopter pilot's car

A Navy helicopter pilot was surprised to find that it was more than just his engine purring during a 300-mile drive back to base. Instead he had picked up a furry hitchhiker for the journey from Birmingham Airport to the Royal Naval Air Station...

 

Kitten travels 300 miles clinging to bumper of Navy helicopter pilot's car

A Navy helicopter pilot was surprised to find that it was more than just his engine purring during a 300-mile drive back to base. Instead he had picked up a furry hitchhiker for the journey from Birmingham Airport to the Royal Naval Air Station...

 
Student chops her way to top of Welsh butchery contest

Student chops her way to top of Welsh butchery contest

0 Have your say A Ripon student has beaten off tough competition to win the Welsh heat of the esteemed WorldSkills Butchery Competition. Hannah Blakey, 16, studies Level 2 Certificate for Proficiency in Meat and Poultry Industry Skills at Leeds City...

 


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