News archive from 30 July 2018

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Youth fund doubled to £22m to aid violent crime prevention

Youth fund doubled to £22m to aid violent crime prevention

The government is to double the funding for an early intervention scheme tackling violence among young people, as part of a “public health” approach to combatting knife crime and other offences. The money for the early intervention youth fund, which...

 
Jeremy Hunt visits China seeking to revive 'golden era' of relations

Jeremy Hunt visits China seeking to revive 'golden era' of relations

Jeremy Hunt will arrive in China for his first major overseas trip as foreign secretary, seeking to revitalise the golden era in Anglo-Chinese relations started by David Cameron, but under pressure to warn Chinese leaders to end the erosion of human...

 
If company tax cuts ditched, 'Turnbull should go with them', Shorten says

If company tax cuts ditched, 'Turnbull should go with them', Shorten says

Bill Shorten has said if the Coalition ditches its proposed big business tax cuts Malcolm Turnbull “should go with them”, as reports suggest government ministers are urging a rethink in the face of a clean sweep of defeats in Saturday’s byelections....

 

These are the West Midlands' most stolen cars - is your brand on the list?

Fords are car thieves' favourite motors - as revealed by West Midlands police and crime commissioner David Jamieson. A list published by his office showed motors made by the US brand were those most often stolen in the region in the first six months...

 

Prime Minister urged to step in over 'rail chaos' in the north

The Prime Minister has been urged to step in personally to end rail 'chaos' in the north of England after summer disruption is thought to have cost businesses more than £1 million a day at its height. Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said the...

 
A stylishly affordable success story

A stylishly affordable success story

The BBC's weekly The Boss series profiles a different business leader from around the world. This week we speak to Debbie Williamson and Brian Harrison, who founded Swoon. As she boarded a flight to India back in 2012, Debbie Williamson knew she could...

BBC, 00:28 in Business
 
Chelsea transfer news: Sky Sports man provides worrying update on Gonzalo Higuain pursuit

Chelsea transfer news: Sky Sports man provides worrying update on Gonzalo Higuain pursuit

Chelsea have been linked with a move for Higuain all summer, with Juventus willing to let him leave following the £105m arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo. But following Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri’s comments on Alvaro Morata, in which he said he wanted...

Daily Star, 00:35 in Sport
 
Tour de France: Team Sky's Geraint Thomas becomes third British Tour de France winner

Tour de France: Team Sky's Geraint Thomas becomes third British Tour de France winner

Thomas produced a near flawless performance to become the third British and Team Sky rider to triumph after Bradley Wiggins (2012) and Chris Froome (2013, 2015, 2016, 2017). Dutchman Tom Dumoulin finished second for Team Sunweb after also taking the...

Daily Star, 00:35 in Sport
 

Kier Group wins £22m contract to refurbish Dewsbury and District Hospital

A £22m refurbishment of Dewsbury and District Hospital will be carried out by construction company Kier Group. The firm has won a building contract to bring together all the services at the hospital into its existing Ridings building and service...

 

Kirklees Council budget cuts - high-paid workers and councillors should take the cuts

Kirklees announces it has to make major cuts to its budget. This is the Council that has just spent a lot of money on that white elephant Pioneer House in Dewsbury and they are building a multi-million pound new sports centre in Huddersfield, and seem...

 

Prime Minister urged to step in over 'rail chaos' in the north

The Prime Minister has been urged to step in personally to end rail 'chaos' in the north of England after summer disruption is thought to have cost businesses more than £1 million a day at its height. Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said the...

 

Prime Minister urged to step in over 'rail chaos' in the north

The Prime Minister has been urged to step in personally to end rail 'chaos' in the north of England after summer disruption is thought to have cost businesses more than £1 million a day at its height. Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said the...

 

Hull's Prize Pet 2018 winner has been revealed

There have been cute cats, beautiful bunnies and downright-gorgeous dogs all in the running for the crown of Hull's cutest pet. Now we can finally reveal the winner's of this year's Hull Daily Mail Prize Pets 2017 competition. Reader's votes whittled...

 

Prime Minister urged to step in over 'rail chaos' in the north

The Prime Minister has been urged to step in personally to end rail 'chaos' in the north of England after summer disruption is thought to have cost businesses more than £1 million a day at its height. Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said the...

 


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