The Economic Times
2 minutes
The Economic Times
2 minutes
Channel 4
10 minutes
a hen coop any day soon. But the Remain is not swooping anywhere, Britain made its decision last June and since then Grayson Perry has been on the road making a Channel 4 documentary about her has changed. Have you had personal experience of the feelings swimming about here?.
Channel 4
12 minutes
has been exploring the divisions that lead to last June's vote. But do they still define us? Perry has a new documentary tomorrow night on Channel 4, and a new piece of work - two vases representing Leave and Remain. He's been telling Keme Nzerem what he's learnt about divided Britain
The Economic Times
13 minutes
6% of its paid up equity shares, in June. The buyback will cost Rs 1500 crore, Bora said. The company has a cash reserve of Rs 6,300 crore and consolidated debt of Rs 14,000 crore.
KyivPost
22 minutes
Glastonbury Festival
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With just weeks to go before the Festival some of the Glastonbury team set sail with the Greeenpeace shipBeluga’ to Skye to launch this year’s Ocean Plastics campaign. Greenpeace will spend three weeks in the Western Isles, right up until the end of June, taking sea samples and visiting remote beaches, to highlight the massive problem of plastic waste (both large and small) affecting some of the UK’s most beautiful locations. We need to take action to stem the flow of plastic into our oceans. Sign Greenpeace's petition now to show your support for a nationwide deposit return scheme for plastic bottles.
The Herald
33 minutes
A "sweetheart deal" between Labour and the SNP after the June election could result in a "government in chaos", Theresa May warned, as Scotland's First Minister said she would use such an agreement to get as much of her nationalist manifesto implemented as possible.
Channel 4
41 minutes
They are now pitching young against old. Have older voters been draining resources from the young, has the contract between the generations broken down? Is June eight the moment to start fixing it?.
Bleacher Report
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m. ET on USA Network. News, Potential Spoilers Matt Hardy may end up reviving the "broken" gimmick in WWE, but it won't be right away. Since leaving Impact Wrestling, the Hardy brothers have been trying to secure the rights to the version of their characters they played in the past few years. That process apparently hit a speed bump. Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reported: "T he US Patent and Trademark Office is forcing the wrestler to make changes to his filing." Monday's Raw won't be without Emma much longer. A shoulder injury in May spoiled her delayed return. Fans seemingly won't have to wait nearly as long to see her back in the ring this time around. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t Raj Giri of Wrestling Inc), Emma is expected to be cleared to compete in June. And while the women's division will grow deeper when that happens, the cruiserweights will remain one veteran short.
The Guardian - Network Front
an hour
30pm, we’re going to get the biggest TV moment of the campaign so far, when Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn go head to head (almost) in a live TVdebate”. They are debating, just not with each other. It’s a Sky/Channel 4 News election special, where the two leaders will be taking questions from the audience, moderated by Faisal Islam, and being interviewed by Jeremy Paxman. On Friday the BBC is hosting something similar when its Question Time election special goes out. #glumbucket pic.twitter.com/jwKL1VFlg7 I think it’s absolutely right that we suspended campaigning for a time after the Manchester attack and I think people have been careful to be respectful as they have started back into campaigning. I’m optimistic about what we can achieve for this country for the future but this is a crucial election and there is a very clear choice for people when they come to that poll on June 8.
Western Morning News
an hour
Target shooting in North Devon just became a lot more convenient after the opening of a new shooting range. The new range at Melbury, between Bideford and Holsworthy, belongs to the Bideford Target Shooting Club and was opened to the public on Sunday, June 28. Founder and director of Accuracy International, the British firm which, among other things, designs and manufactures sniper rifles used by the British Army, Dave Walls officially opened the new range. Mr Walls fired the inaugural shot...
BBC One Wales
an hour
'in these crucial negotiations, 'so we can move forward together' as a country, through Brexit and beyond. So, when you go to the polling station on June 8th,.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
So, when you go to the polling station on June 8th, remember that the Brexit negotiations will begin in just 11 days' time. And, please, vote for me and my team, and together we can.
BBC One London
an hour
as a country, through Brexit and beyond. So, when you go to the polling station on June 8th, remember that the Brexit negotiations will begin in just 11 days' time. And, please, vote for me and my team, and together we can.
BBC One West Midlands
an hour
With election day approaching, I wanted to tell you just how important your vote is to the future of our nation, and how quickly your vote will have a huge impact on our country. The European Union wants the Brexit negotiations to begin on June 19th
BBC One London
an hour
to the future of our nation, and how quickly your vote will have a huge impact on our country. The European Union wants the Brexit negotiations to begin on June 19th. That's just 11 days after you vote
BBC One London
an hour
they need somebody to speak up for them. This constituency isn't unusual. Brexit could dominate. But other local issues might play their part in what happens on June the 8th. Tom Edwards, BBC London News
Derby Telegraph
an hour
A Derbyshire pub is offering its own tongue-in-cheek polling station on the day of the General Election on June 8 based on the popularity of two of its brews. On sale will be May Day, a light ale with a small hoppy punch and The Corbynator, a red colour ale and full of all sorts of malt notes for a more progressive taste, according to the owners of the Draycott Tap House in Victoria Road, Draycott, Greg Maskalick and Pat Bevan. They feel confident that their...
Global News
an hour
Bleacher Report
an hour
ITV
an hour
There are now just ten days until the general election on 8th June. But, as the Prime Minister campaigned in Richmond, a protest against one of her manifesto pledges was taking place.
The Iran Project
an hour
The Iran Project
2 hours