News Headlines - 23 March 2015

PM Branded 'Arrogant' As Third Term Ruled Out

The criticism came after the PM said he was standing for election to serve for a full second term but would quit after that.
He also named three of his senior colleagues - Home Secretary Theresa May, Chancellor George Osborne and London mayor Boris Johnson - as potential successors as Conservative leader when he steps down.

UK risks economic blow outside EU - Open Europe study - BBC News

Leaving the EU could cost the UK economy 2.2% of total output (GDP) by 2030, a study by the think-tank Open Europe says.
That would be the worst-case "Brexit" scenario, the study concludes. But GDP could rise by 1.6% if the UK negotiated a free trade deal with Europe and pursued "very ambitious deregulation".

Thousands gather to pay respects to the last King of the House of York | ITV News

The last King of the House of York , Richard the Third, is to be re-buried this week in Leicester Cathedral 530 years after he died in battle... A legal challenge for the remains to be brought to York Minster was defeated in a modern-day battle in the courts.

Smugglers Use Drone To Fly Drugs Into Prison

Bedfordshire Police have confirmed that smugglers attempted to use a drone to send drugs, screwdrivers, a knife and a mobile phone to inmates at a high-security prison.

Scores evacuated from London homes after unexploded WWII bomb is found | Daily Mail Online

More than 1,200 people have been evacuated from their homes after a huge unexploded Second World War bomb was discovered on a building site in London.
The 1,000lb ordnance, measuring five foot long with a tail fin, was found by construction workers on the old site of the Southwark Irish Pensioners Centre in Southwark, south east London, this morning.








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