HONOUR THEM: Fearless police risk their lives to swoop on terror
Express.co.uk, 15 August at 02:20
THERESA May led a chorus of praise for Britain's brave police last night after they stopped a possible second terrorist blood-bath at the heart of Government. The Prime Minister poured out her admiration for armed officers who “did not flinch” as they
Police search Midlands properties as terror suspect remains in custody
Belfast Telegraph, 15 August at 02:09
Addresses in the Midlands were being searched as police investigate a man who crashed a car outside the Houses of Parliament in a suspected terror attack. The 29-year-old UK national remains in police custody after his arrest on suspicion of preparing
Jeremy Corbyn faces inquiry after failing to declare Tunisia visit expenses
The Times, 15 August at 02:02
Jeremy Corbyn is facing a parliamentary inquiry into claims that he failed to declare who paid for his wreath-laying trip to Tunisia. Labour admitted that Mr Corbyn had been funded by the Tunisian government to travel there in 2014, before he became
Surfer Ryan O'Carroll crushed by tree at Cornwall campsite
The Times, 15 August at 02:02
A surfer has died after a tree collapsed on him as he was setting up camp in a woodland in Cornwall. Ryan O'Carroll, 25, a telecoms chief executive from Southampton, was tying a hammock to a tree in Tehidy Woods, on the coast near Camborne, when the ...
Ben Stokes has served his punishment and should play
The Times, 15 August at 02:01
It would be impossible to exaggerate the sense of gloom that descended on the ECB a little under a year ago when The Sun published a video of Ben Stokes in a drunken brawl in Bristol during the middle of a one-day series. Stokes was arguably England's ...
Heatwave reveals hidden archaeological sites across Britain's countryside
The Independent, 15 August at 01:59
Mysterious Neolithic ceremonial monuments and a Roman farm are among hidden secrets of England's past that have been revealed by the summer heatwave. Evidence of Iron Age settlements and ancient burial mounds have been spotted for the first time ...
Brendan Rodgers: Celtic should have strengthened like Liverpool
BBC Sport, 15 August at 01:49
Manager Brendan Rodgers says it is "not rocket science" to say Celtic should have strengthened this summer in an attempt to reach the Champions League. Celtic will not play in the group stage for the first time under Rodgers after losing 3-2 on
Oldham Athletic 0-2 Derby County - recap the action & reaction as Rams book spot in Carabao Cup second round
Derbyshire Live, 15 August at 01:13
Thank you for follwing our live coverage of Derby County's Carabao Cup clash with Oldham Athletic. Derby County are safely through to the second round of the Carabao Cup thanks to a 2-0 victory over Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park. Defender Fikayo ...
Why didn't CPS prosecute Ben Stokes for ABH? Legal expert suggests reason Crown tried England cricketer for affray
Daily Mail, 15 August at 01:12
Ben Stokes may not have been charged with ABH as the Crown Prosecution Service's evidence may have been undermined by bad character witnesses or a lack of corroborative evidence, a legal expert has suggested. The England Cricketer was only ...
Genoa bridge collapse survivor and Italian footballer relives horror as road disappeared while he drove over it
Mirror.co.uk, 15 August at 01:10
An Italian footballer driving across the doomed Genoa motorway bridge when it collapsed leaving at least 35 people dead has relived his miracle escape. Ex-goalkeeper Davide Capello is among the survivors of the tragedy which has plunged Italy into ...
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