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Three women arrested after naked rest stop chase Rear view of woman on folding chair outdoors applying sun block or suntan lotion Three women who were applying suntan lotion publicly in the nude at a Florida rest stop have been arrested after leading police on a 21-mile chase before driving a car at one deputy and threatening another with a bat. Florida...
Brendan Keenan: 'Free trade in retreat as old complaints gain support' Trade tensions between Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping get the blame for an expected reduction in the growth of world trade. Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images Were he still around, Jonathan Swift would surely be furious that he has been left so much out of the Brexit debate. As...
Sinn Fein politician who resigned over Kingsmill loaf prank says he took a 'hit that maybe I didn't deserve to take' Brother of man killed in Kingsmill massacre says McElduff 'hasn't learned his lesson at all' Video grab taken from the Twitter feed of Sinn Féin MP Barry McElduff. Photo: Barry McElduff/Twitter/PA The brother of a victim of the Kingsmill massacre has...
New drama Years & Years reminds star of Black Mirror Rory Kinnear plays Stephen Lyons in the series penned by Russell T Davies. Rory Kinnear stars in Years and Years (Kirsty O’Connor/PA) A new series set to air on BBC One has parallels to Charlie Brooker’s popular dystopian drama Black Mirror, Rory Kinnear has said. The actor stars in Russell T Davies’s Years...
John Rentoul: 'Halloween Brexit extension is final proof that Britain will never leave the EU' Going nowhere: British Prime Minister Theresa May does not intend to go unless she gets her deal through. Photo: PA/Jessica Taylor The second extension to the Brexit deadline agreed by EU leaders on Wednesday night makes it likely that the UK will never leave the EU. There...
Shamima Begum 'was member of feared Isis morality police' in Syria Shamima Begum regrets talking to the media Shamima Begum was a member of the Isis morality police, a feared group which enforced the terror organisation’s strict interpretation of Islamic law, according to reports. The 19-year-old British citizen, who fled her home in Bethnal Green four years ago with two other schoolgirls,...
Sudanese revolution goes onto third leader in just three days Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan Abdelrahman. Photo: Reuters The new head of Sudan's military council said yesterday that a civilian government would be formed after consultations with the opposition, and the transition period would last for a maximum of two years, as protesters kept up pressure for rapid change. In his first...

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For the record Reporter David Medcalf stepped back into the past when he visited the county archive managed by Catherine Wright on the top storey of the county council, who told him of efforts to get the valuable archive online Catherine Wright with the ‘Coolattin Lives’ website Catherine Wright looks well for someone who has spent more than a decade in an...
John McGee: 'Digital audio's growth comes at a good time for media' Tourism Ireland is showcasing Ireland as the 'Home of the Champions' , as it bids to woo high-spending golfers One of the fastest growing media channels in recent years has been digital audio. Often seen as the preserve of media-streaming services, it has grown significantly in recent years and...
Brexit concerns among finance chiefs reach all-time high – Deloitte Bosses expect to reduce hiring as a result of Britain’s EU divorce. Clouds are descending over the City (PA) A record number of Britain’s finance chiefs are bracing for the worst and hoarding cash as they anticipate a damaging Brexit. Deloitte’s survey of chief financial officers shows more than eight in 10 –...

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