News Headlines - 23 June 2015

'Espionnage Élysée': Wikileaks claims NSA spied on three French presidents - Telegraph

President François Hollande has called an emergency national defence council meeting after allegations by the online whistleblower WikiLeaks that America's National Security Agency (NSA) spied on three successive French presidents.

Video: Eurotunnel closed as migrants cause chaos in Calais - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

The Channel Tunnel has been shut and services through it suspended after migrants caused chaos in Calais by attempting to board UK-bound trucks. Eurotunnel's through-tunnel shuttle services were suspended, while high-speed train company Eurostar announced mid-afternoon that services were being cancelled for the rest of the day.

Scotland decides to stop funding Queen via Scottish crown estate | The Guardian

The Queen is set to no longer receive funding via Scotland’s crown estate, a decision that means that the income of the monarch and the rest of the royal family could reduce by more than £2m a year. It is understood that the Scottish parliament intends to retain the profits from the crown estate in Scotland for use in Scotland, which could have the consequence of reducing the sovereign grant, which funds the monarchy.

This Survey Says That Marijuana Prices Are Crashing in Colorado - Bloomberg Business

What they found was that prices are declining faster than some had expected, while the number of people visiting the stores has increased.

‘Hannibal Cancelled': NBC Drama Will Not Return for Season 4 | Variety

“Hannibal” won’t live to see a fourth season on NBC, the broadcaster announced Monday.








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