Swedish gangs set 80 cars on fire in several cities
BBC News, 14 August at 12:53
Dozens of cars have been set alight in Sweden overnight, in what police say may be a co-ordinated criminal action. Up to 80 vehicles were badly damaged by gangs of black-clad youths, beginning at about 21:00 local time (19:00 GMT). Most of the damage ...
Corbyn has no moral authority to condemn terror attacks, says Foreign Secretary
Belfast Telegraph, 14 August at 12:52
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has ratcheted up the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn in the anti-Semitism row, warning he would have no moral authority to condemn terrorist attacks on British citizens if he ever became prime minister.
Westminster car crash: Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences
BBC News, 14 August at 12:39
A man has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament, injuring several people. Officers were seen surrounding the vehicle before the man in his late 20s was detained, shortly after 07:30 BST
Mohamed Salah: Why have Liverpool referred him to the police? What did he do in his car?
Express.co.uk, 14 August at 12:34
The Liverpool ace was filmed in his car by fans as he drove home from the 4-0 win over West Ham on the opening day of the Premier League season. And the clips, which emerged on Facebook yesterday, appeared to show him scrolling on his phone.
Counter-terror police probe after car crash outside Houses of Parliament
The Northern Echo, 14 August at 12:14
COUNTER-terror police are investigating after a car crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament, injuring two people. 1 comment. The male driver was arrested, and the area is in lockdown after armed officers swarmed the scene on ...
Omarosa tapes: Trump says there is no audio of him using N-word on The Apprentice – and producer has assured him so
The Independent, 14 August at 12:13
Donald Trump has again slammed reports there are recordings of him using the N-word while filming The Apprentice – and claimed a producer on the show has assured him none exist. The US president hit back as Omarosa Manigault-Newman – a one-time ...
Why this cultured gem has just been named the world's greatest city
Telegraph.co.uk, 14 August at 12:03
Vienna has ousted Melbourne as the number one city in the annual Global Liveability Index. The Economist Intelligence Unit's 2018 ranking examined five categories - stability; healthcare; culture and environment; education; and infrastructure - in 140 ...
M25 crash latest: Baby born at roadside after coach OVERTURNS injur...
Express.co.uk, 14 August at 11:56
"We went down the side of the bus and saw lots of people had went through the side windows. "The bus landed on its side. I went and got the hammer and smashed the back window. "A fence post had went up through the windows. I think the fence stopped ...
UK unemployment at lowest since 1975
BBC News, 14 August at 11:45
UK unemployment fell by 65,000 to 1.36 million in three months to June - the lowest for more than 40 years, official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show. They also show a rise in productivity, but a slowdown in wage growth. Wages ...
ECHO readers react to Mo Salah being referred to police over driving while on mobile phone video
Liverpool Echo, 14 August at 11:32
Hundreds of ECHO readers have had their say on footage of Mo Salah appearing to show the striker driving while using his mobile phone. Many supported the Liverpool striker on social media as Liverpool FC referred Mo Salah to police after the video ...
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