News Headlines - 27 October 2013

Center-Left Party First In Czech Elections

With all ballots counted on October 26, the Social Democrats led by former minister Bohuslav Sobotka have 20.4 percent of the votes. Holding second place is ANO, led by billionaire businessman Andrej Babis, with 18.6 percent of the votes. In third place are the Communists, led by Vojtech Filip, with 14.9 percent.

BBC News - £2m south London council home to be sold at auction

A south London house said to be the most expensive council home in the UK is to be sold at auction, with a reserve of £2.3m. Built in around 1820, the Borough property is believed to have housed Anchor Brewery managers before it was taken over by the brewer Courage.

BBC News - Greenpeace man fears 'losing years of life' in Russia

A British journalist detained in Russia after a Greenpeace protest has said he fears "losing years of his life" being kept away from his family and friends.

Storm: Britain Braced For Hurricane-Speed Winds

Forecasters say the storm, which has been named St Jude, could leave a trail of destruction as it sweeps across the country.

David Beckham ‘involved in Beverley Hills car crash’ - The Independent

David Beckham has reportedly been involved in a car crash outside his Beverley Hills home. Police were called to the scene after Beckham, 38, appeared to have pulled out of the hedge-lined driveway to his mansion and immediately collided head-on with a another car.








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