News Headlines - 26 July 2015

EXCLUSIVE: Disgraced Labour peer Baron Sewel brands Asian women 'whores' | The Sun

The married peer was caught on camera telling a pair of hookers he had hired he would have liked an Asian prostitute to join them at his Westminster flat.

Lord Sewel 'quits as Lords deputy speaker after drug claims' - BBC News

Lord Sewel has reportedly resigned as deputy speaker of the House of Lords after being caught on video allegedly taking drugs with prostitutes.

Alex Salmond: second Scottish independence referendum 'inevitable' - Telegraph

The SNP MP, who previously pledged last September's referendum would settle the matter for a generation, claimed that the Westminster Government was "provoking" Scotland through failing to deliver on promised devolution, the EU referendum, and austerity measures.

Teenager Dies After Reportedly Ingesting 'Laughing Gas'

A teenager believed to have taken so-called laughing gas at a party in south-east London has died, police said today.

Obama Calls on Kenya to Confront Its Problems - The New York Times

President Obama challenged the land of his father on Sunday to break the cycle of corruption, strengthen its shaky democracy, overcome ethnic divisions and end discrimination against women and girls as he wrapped up a two-day visit to Kenya full of potent symbolism.








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