Archives for October 2019

Monthly Archives: October 2019

Uk News

POSTIES have voted to bring havoc to Christmas with a strike in a dispute over conditions, pay and bullying. The result of a ballot of 110,000 members of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) backed a strike by a ...
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A TAXI driver accused of murdering his missing ex-partner today revealed to a jury he panicked and threw his phones in a river Ben Lacomba, 39, said he was “winding himself up” that he could be a suspect ...
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SO-CALLED “super” rats describe ratty pests that have built a resistance to over-the-counter poisons and can grow as big as a cat. An increasing number of these furry monsters have been spotted in the UK – but what ...
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MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have arrived at the WellChild Awards in London to meet seriously ill youngsters and their families. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will meet winners backstage, with Harry also expected to present the ...
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A SCHOOLBOY screamed “help me, help me” after his tragic 12-year-old pal was electrocuted on railway tracks last night. The victim, named locally as James Myers, was killed after he walked over the live lines in Bootle, Merseyside. ...
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SICKENING footage shows two Italian students high-five and hug each other after raping a helpless drunk woman in a London nightclub. Laughing Lorenzo Costanzo, 26, and Ferdinando Orlando, 25, were today found guilty of the vile attack just ...
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THOUSANDS of posties have voted in record numbers to strike in the run-up to Christmas. About 110,000 members of the Communication Workers Union (CWU) have had their say on whether to launch a campaign of industrial action. But ...
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AT the Battle of Trafalgar 200 years ago, Britain’s Royal Navy defeated Spain and France – and it is still remembered today. Members of the public still gather to watch the armed forces and celebrate this historic victory ...
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BULGARIA stewards took off their bibs and joined in to racially abuse England players last night, according to football’s official anti-discrimination body. Employees from Fare, an organisation set up to counter discrimination within the sport, saw “at least” ...
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A MORBIDLY obese man who called himself a “big cuddly bear” on a dating app has been cleared of date rape after gruelling four-day trial. Christopher Schubert, 44, who said he was “looking for his mate” on Match.com ...
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