BBC One London
10 minutes
Woodyard. Charlton and Southend boy. The shot by Douglas, always passing wide. Real old-fashioned football ground. Modernised over the years. Still the old feeling like 1895 around. Just under 10,000, they think, in here.
Sky News
11 minutes
So, what do we, the people who voted in June's referendum, make of Theresa May's speech? Sky News carried out a snap poll of more than 1,000 people immediately after she spoke. We asked if they supported or opposed the UK leaving the single market. 51% of people said they supported the idea, with 39% saying they were against. Most people also thought Theresa May has a clear plan for what Brexit should mean for Britain. 44% said she did have a clear plan - that's up 10 points on when we last asked the question in October, while 42% said she doesn't.
BBC One London
12 minutes
A great opportunity for Robinson. The capacity here is just under 10,000. Ipswich sold 1100 of their 1500 allocation. It won't quite be full, but the biggest crowd since they played Liverpool in a friendly. The biggest competitive crowd in a decade since they played Huddersfield.
Derby Telegraph
14 minutes
Daily Mail - Home
22 minutes
Petrolicious
22 minutes
Newsy
23 minutes
Ars Technica
25 minutes
Enlarge (credit: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) SkyPan International, a small aerial photography company that uses drones, settled a proposed fine on Tuesday over its alleged unauthorized drone flights over New York City and Chicago in 2012 and 2014. To settle the issue and stave off a potential lawsuit by the Federal Aviation Administration, SkyPan has agreed to pay a $200,000 civil penalty and will also pay $150,000 if it violates related federal aviation rules and regulations within the next year. The company will also work with the FAA to publish three “public service announcements” within the next 12 months as a way to help drone operators comply with federal law. Back in 2015, the FAA had proposed a fine of $1.9 million . According to the FAA’s allegations at the time, SkyPan International flew 65 "unauthorized operations" between March 2012 and December 2014.
Leicester Mercury
26 minutes
A paramedic and his partner had a day to remember thanks to the kindness and generosity of friends and strangers. Will Moore and Pixie Dodd had intended to marry in the summer, but when Will was diagnosed with testicular cancer and told he would need immediate chemotherapy, they wanted to bring the date forward. In a bid to do this, the couple set up a crowdfunding web page to see if they could raise £1,000 to pay for the wedding ahead of the original July 17 date. Within a few...
The Truth About Cars
26 minutes
Global News
28 minutes
The City of Toronto will create 300 child care subsidies as it works toward addressing a waitlist of more than 17,000 families and is calling on the provincial and federal governments to contribute more funding to affordable child care in the city.
TYT YouTube
32 minutes
Money News Steet Talk
35 minutes
TYT YouTube
36 minutes
Ars Technica
37 minutes
Enlarge (credit: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) SkyPan International, a small aerial photography company that uses drones, settled a proposed fine on Tuesday over its alleged unauthorized drone flights over New York City and Chicago in 2012 and 2014. To settle the issue and stave off a potential lawsuit by the Federal Aviation Administration, SkyPan has agreed to pay a $200,000 civil penalty and will also pay $150,000 if it violates related federal aviation rules and regulations within the next year. The company will also work with the FAA to publish three “public service announcements” within the next 12 months as a way to help drone operators comply with federal law. Back in 2015, the FAA had proposed a fine of $1.9 million . According to the FAA’s allegations at the time, SkyPan International flew 65 "unauthorized operations" between March 2012 and December 2014.
Forbes
40 minutes
How I gave myself a $20,000 raise.
Daily Mail - Health
an hour
A survey of 2,000 parents found that moms will get sick an average of 324 times during their kids' childhood due to sickness being passed to them as they nurse their offspring back to health.
Radar Online
an hour
France 24
an hour
Leicester Mercury
an hour
A globe-trotting couple are taking remote working to a new level.Chris Smith and Suzanne Walker are spending 2017 visiting 12 cities in a once-in-a-lifetime travel adventure spanning more than 35,000 miles.But unlike most people with a passion to see the world, Chris and Suzanne haven't had to quit their full-time careers to go on the epic, year-long tour.Instead, bosses at wealth management company Mattioli Woods, in Leicester, are allowing them to keep their jobs working their normal...
Sky News
an hour
2 million, just over 300,000 in Spain. But all across the EU there are Brits living in the EU, using the right of the freedom of movement as part of the single market. But also of course there is this number, which is EU nationals in the UK, 3.
Daily Express
an hour
A PAKISTANI asylum seeker from Libya has revealed how the Islamic State offered him £24,000 to become a suicide bomber and threatened to kill his family if he refused to carry out the attack.
South China Morning Post
an hour
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has turned down a 520,000 pounds (US$643,812) a week offer to play in China, his agent told Sky Sports on Tuesday. Dimitri Seluk said the 33-year-old was targeted by Chinese club Jiangsu Suning in the winter transfer window. The BBC reported he had been contacted again in the current window. Yaya plays on another level. He wants to play at the highest level. Hes happy at Manchester City. Yaya likes football more than money, Seluk was...
The Event Chronicle
an hour