News Headlines - 23 May 2015

Bank of England confirms EU exit research after email misfire | Reuters

The Bank of England plans to assess the implications of a possible British exit from the European Union, it said in a statement, confirming an email it inadvertently sent to a newspaper about the supposedly confidential research project.

France to force big supermarkets to give unsold food to charities | The Guardian

The French national assembly voted unanimously to pass the legislation as France battles an epidemic of wasted food that has highlighted the divide between giant food firms and people who are struggling to eat.

Irish gay marriage referendum: 'No' campaigners concede defeat - Telegraph

Gay rights groups hailed victory in Ireland's referendum on same-sex marriage on Saturday after "No" campaigners effectively conceded defeat in the historic vote.

Netherlands approves plans for partial niqab ban - Al Jazeera English

The Dutch cabinet has approved a partial ban on wearing the face-covering veil, including in schools, hospitals and on public transport.

Isis 'seizes final border crossing between Syria and Iraq' as UN warns civilians were stopped from leaving Palmyra by Assad's forces - The Independent

Isis has seized the final border crossing between Syria and Iraq, a Syrian monitoring group has claimed, as the UN said it has received reports that regime forces prevented civilians from fleeing the fallen city of Palmyra.








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