Driver jailed for trying to kill group of six children in hit and run
Metro, 25 September at 14:57
A man who sent six children flying 'like skittles' when he drove into them on purpose has been jailed for 11 years. Gerald Gavan, 22, admitted trying to kill them in a hit-and-run crash, while targeting a man who was nearby. The children, aged between
The Apprentice 2018: Meet Lord Sugar's new candidates
Telegraph.co.uk, 25 September at 14:28
Thirteen years of hapless sales technique and public humiliation hasn't stopped plucky, self-confessed “team players” from signing up to be Alan Sugar's apprentice. Ahead of the new series, here are the shiny suits and bradaggio-filled estate agents
Ryder Cup 2018: Europe v United States - how do the teams compare?
BBC Sport, 25 September at 14:24
Europe will seek to regain the Ryder Cup in Paris this week against a powerful American team boasting nine major winners. World number two Justin Rose and four-time major winner Rory McIlroy anchor a European squad with five rookies and seven players ...
Tom Watson says Centrists need to stay to make Jeremy Corbyn a better PM
Evening Standard, 25 September at 14:13
There's a hardcore of Corbynistas who regularly attack Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson. They threaten deselection; accuse him of war-mongering, disloyalty, of supporting austerity and of being a “Blairite”. There's abuse: “Get the f*** out of our party!
Man jailed for 11 years after admitting trying to kill six children in hit-and-run
Belfast Telegraph, 25 September at 14:12
A man has been jailed for 11 years after he admitted trying to kill six children in a hit-and-run. The youngsters, aged between 12 and 14, were standing on a pavement in the Castlemilk area of Glasgow during the afternoon of March 24 when the incident ...
Labour unexpectedly drops plan for female co-deputy leader
The Guardian, 25 September at 13:44
Wirral West constituency Labour party withdraws proposal over reports that it could be used to 'sow disunity'. Jessica Elgot Political correspondent. @jessicaelgot. Tue 25 Sep 2018 06.44 EDT Last modified on Tue 25 Sep 2018 06.45 EDT. Share on ...
Life expectancy in UK stalls for first time on record, government statistics reveal
The Independent, 25 September at 13:20
Life expectancy in the UK has stalled for the first time on record, government statistics show, with the age men and women are expected to reach actually falling in Scotland and Wales. Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that on
Brexit: Labour likely to vote down May's deal, says Starmer
The Guardian, 25 September at 13:14
Shadow Brexit secretary says Labour will vote against 'blind Brexit' as he predicts May's deal will fail his six tests. Matthew Weaver. Tue 25 Sep 2018 05.18 EDT Last modified on Tue 25 Sep 2018 05.35 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share
Berlin airport security alert after man seen 'wearing a vest with wires hanging out'
Daily Star, 25 September at 12:52
The man was spotted in the car park of Schönefeld airport at around 8am local time. He threatened an officials with a bottle when approached by cops. A police statement said: "The man at Schönefeld had a vest with him, where cables and wires hanging out.
Industry reacts to no-deal technical notices
FoodManufacture.co.uk, 25 September at 12:47
Food industry trade groups have criticised the Government's newest batch of Brexit technical notices, describing the prospect of a no-deal exit from the EU as “catastrophic” for the industry. Published yesterday (24 September), the latest round of
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