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July 16, 2018 4:06 AM Letter: Thank you so much to the bus company for finding my bag

My daughter went back one hour later when the bus was on the return journey to see if it had been handed in to the driver – sadly no luck. Next day I rang the bus office to see if it had been handed in to lost property and to my delight it had. The pictures on the camera are very precious family ones plus The Royal Wedding which I took from the tv. Also my 12 year old grandson 5

July 13, 2018 12:19 PM Laura Whitmore to host her first radio show – live

Former Strictly Come Dancing star Laura Whitmore has signed up as a DJ. The TV presenter, 33, will be hosting her first radio show, a live one-hour Sunday morning slot on BBC Radio 5. The ex-I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now! star will cover some of the news, views, music and entertainment of the week. Guests will include musicians, journalists 7

July 12, 2018 8:30 PM Typhoon Maria damage update: Typhoon Maria wreaks havoc in east China

TYPHOON MARIA is continuing to batter parts of Asia. Here is the damage update as Typhoon Maria wreaks havoc in east China. More than 600,000 people were evacuated as the typhoon made landfall in the Fujian Province on Wednesday morning. The eighth typhoon of the year hit at 9.10am GMT in Lianjiang County, in the eastern province. Strong winds of up to 150 kilometres 10

July 12, 2018 2:58 PM BBC axes Daily Politics show as part of changes to political output

BBC show Daily Politics is being scrapped to make way for a new programme. The move was announced as part of changes to the broadcaster’s political and parliamentary output. Daily Politics, on BBC2, which first aired in 2003, will be replaced by Politics Live, which will air from Monday to Friday. The new programme will be presented four days a week by Jo Coburn 7

July 8, 2018 12:44 PM Boris Johnson brands Theresa May's Brexit plan 'an absolute stinker'

BORIS Johnson has described Theresa May’s Brexit plan as “an absolute stinker” and has warned it will turn off voters despite standing united with Cabinet ministers to back the proposals at Chequers. But the Foreign Secretary told the Prime Minister she would struggle to convince concerned Brexit supporters that her proposals stack up to what they voted 13

July 5, 2018 11:26 AM Why are Lucy, Agata, Rachel and Lynda calling themselves Revolting Women?

LUCY Russell, Agata Daraskaite, Rachel Gray and Lynda Sayce are Revolting Women! Hold fire, that might need explaining. Violinists Lucy and Agata, cellist Rachel and theorbo player Lynda will be presenting their Revolting Women! programme on Saturday afternoon at the National Centre for Early Music, York, as part of the 2018 York Early Music Festival 4

July 5, 2018 5:02 AM Cheaters to win over audiences at Greater Manchester Fringe Festival

It will show at The Kings Arms on July 8 and 22nd as part of the arts festival. The play it is a fast-paced, and dynamic comedy about infidelity— echoing the classic farces by the likes of Noel Coward, but updated for modern audiences. With Lewis describing it as " a frantic, silly and raunchy take on marriage, monogamy, and infidelity" Rehearsals took place 22

July 2, 2018 11:35 PM Donald Trump and Mexico president Obrador have 'GREAT TALK' following election victory

DONALD Trump and newly-elected Mexico president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador had a “great talk” following the latter’s sweeping polling victory on Sunday. During an address to reporters at the White House, Trump confirmed he had spoken with Mr Obrador following his win and said he hopes the pair will have a “very good relationship”. Mr Obrador, also known 11

July 2, 2018 3:07 PM Man stuck up 32ft lamp-post in Birmingham

A man thought to have taken an illegal high became stuck at the top of a lamp-post and was rescued by firefighters. The man somehow scaled the 32ft (10m) lamp-post in Handsworth, Birmingham, and became stranded at the top for an hour. Crews used a ladder from a hydraulic platform to get him down. A spokesman said they had no idea how he got there 9

July 1, 2018 5:44 PM Downpours hit southern England after first thunderstorm warning issued

Heavy downpours have hit parts of southern England after the Met Office issued its first weather warning for thunderstorms. Plymouth saw 10mm of rain in an hour during the yellow thunderstorm warning which ran from 6am to 10pm on Sunday. The Met Office – which said it is the first such advisory since the service was introduced – has also extended the regions 5