Decision time in Ireland as voters decide on abortion law
Daily Mail, 25 May at 15:12
DUBLIN (AP) - It's decision time in Ireland as citizens tackle one of the traditionally Roman Catholic country's most divisive issues - whether to repeal a constitutional amendment that imposes a strict abortion ban. Under sunny skies, voters
Weinstein surrenders over sexual misconduct charges
The Guardian, 25 May at 15:08
The disgraced Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein has surrendered to authorities in New York to face charges of sexual misconduct. Weinstein arrived at a New York police precinct in Manhattan, where he was expected to face charges involving at ...
Jack Ross: Sunderland name St Mirren boss as new manager
BBC Sport, 25 May at 14:57
Jack Ross says he is taking charge of an "incredible football club" after being confirmed as Sunderland manager on a two-year contract. Ross, 41, won the Scottish Championship title with St Mirren in 2017-18. The former Alloa Athletic boss had
What's the weather forecast for May Bank Holiday weekend May 26 to 28?
Birmingham Live, 25 May at 14:45
Birmingham and the rest of the country were treated to an incredible heatwave over the Early May Bank Holiday weekend. But what does this Spring Bank Holiday have in store? Will it be anything like the previous long weekend at the start of the month?
Hammond blasts Brussels after claims UK wants 'fantasy' Brexit
Belfast Telegraph, 25 May at 14:42
Chancellor Philip Hammond has criticised claims from European Union officials that Britain has a “fantasy” approach to Brexit negotiations. Mr Hammond insisted that talks with EU officials were “constructive” after reports from the continent that
Harvey Weinstein hands himself in to NYPD to face sexual assault charges
Telegraph.co.uk, 25 May at 14:29
Harvey Weinstein has handed himself in to the New York police department to face charges over sexual assault. Weinstein, 66, arrived at the NYPD 1st precinct, in the TriBeCa district of Manhattan, at 7:15am, walking through a thick scrum of
Thug who smashed claw hammer into head of 96-year-old D-Day veteran in his home convicted of attempted murder
Mirror.co.uk, 25 May at 14:16
A man who battered a D-Day veteran with a claw hammer before going on a fast food spending spree with his stolen bank card has been convicted of attempted murder. Jim Booth, 96, was attacked in his home by Joseph Isaacs, 40, who had offered to fix the ...
D-Day veteran who survived hammer attack says: Worse things happen at sea
Belfast Telegraph, 25 May at 14:06
A 96-year-old D-Day veteran who suffered multiple skull fractures after a “barbaric” attack by a hammer-wielding cold caller has stoically played down his ordeal, saying: “Worse things happen at sea.” Jim Booth was left for dead in a pool of his own
The Champions League changed my life - it can do the same for this Liverpool team
Telegraph.co.uk, 25 May at 14:05
Say the word at Anfield and that is enough. It is the same for Paris and Rome. To some they conjure images of landmarks from Europe's greatest cities. For Liverpool supporters these locations are inseparable from the pictures of Emlyn Hughes, Phil ...
Brexit news latest: Give us access to Galileo satnav or we'll build a rival, UK tells Europe
Evening Standard, 25 May at 14:00
Philip Hammond today warned European leaders that Britain is ready to “go it alone” with a rival to the EU's Galileo satnav system as Brexit talks turned sour in Brussels. At the same time, the UK's top negotiator responded to European Commission
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