• Spain rescues 650 migrants

    Spain rescues 650 migrants

    • November 30, 2018

    Spanish officials said they have rescued about 650 migrants from 16 boats crossing the Mediterranean from North Africa to Europe, finding one dead woman among them. Official rescue services told Spanish private news agency Europa Press the woman was with about 50 other people on a boat whose owner was taken into custody. The rescues

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  • RSPCA officers rescue Roxy the bulldog from a tight spot

    RSPCA officers rescue Roxy the bulldog from a tight spot

    • November 30, 2018

    By Rod Minchin, Press Association A bulldog had to be rescued after she got stuck between a rock and a hard place. Adventurous Roxy got trapped between a wall and a fence in a back garden in Heol Cleddau in Waunarlwydd, Swansea, last week. Two RSPCA officers, Inspector Julie Fadden and Animal Collection Officer Ellie

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  • BBC announces changes to Eurovision: you decide selection show

    BBC announces changes to Eurovision: you decide selection show

    • November 30, 2018

    By Lucy Mapstone, Press Association Deputy Entertainment Editor Eurovision Song Contest selection show You Decide has undergone a format change ahead of next year’s competition, the BBC has announced. The BBC Two programme, which usually sees six acts performing six different songs, will instead have three songs up for deliberation, by six artists. Each of

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  • Madrid launches ban on most polluting cars

    Madrid launches ban on most polluting cars

    • November 30, 2018

    Madrid has activated an anti-pollution order that significantly restricts private vehicles in the city centre, including a total ban on the most polluting cars. The much-debated plan establishes a 472-hectare low-emission zone in the heart of the Spanish capital. Petrol vehicles manufactured before 2000 and diesel ones registered prior to 2006 are banned from the

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  • Theresa May accuses labour of betraying British people over Brexit

    Theresa May accuses labour of betraying British people over Brexit

    • November 30, 2018

    By Andrew Woodcock, Press Association Political Editor, in Buenos Aires Theresa May has accused Labour of planning a “betrayal of the British people” by voting down her Brexit deal and pushing the country towards a no-deal departure from the EU. With less than a fortnight to go to the historic House of Commons vote on

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  • La Linea cocaine dealers had £20,000 in cash

    La Linea cocaine dealers had £20,000 in cash

    • November 30, 2018

    Police in La Linea seized a stash of high-purity cocaine and thousands of pounds in cash during a raid on a family of drug dealers in La Linea. Nine members of the same family were arrested as police raided five properties and seized £20,000 in cash, €30,000 in cash and a 20-gram rock of cocaine,

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