News Headlines - 29 November 2015

Putin, citing national security, signs Turkey sanctions decree | Reuters

President Vladimir Putin signed a decree imposing a raft of punitive economic sanctions against Turkey on Saturday, underlining the depth of the Kremlin's anger towards Ankara four days after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane.

Weakening UK trade puts the brakes on GDP growth | The Guardian

The UK economy has slowed after poor overseas trade figures put a record drag on growth, leaving household spending to drive the recovery and casting further doubt on George Osborne’s hopes that strong tax receipts will help him hit ambitious budget targets.

Black Friday sales fall 10% from last year | The Guardian

Total sales in the US on Black Friday fell 10% to $10.4bn this year, down from $11.6bn in 2014, according to research firm ShopperTrak.
The decline in sales on the traditional busiest shopping day of the year has been blamed on shops opening the day before. But this year, sales on Thanksgiving also dropped, and by the same percentage, to $1.8bn.

Top Gear returns to BBC on 8 May | The Guardian

Top Gear will return to the BBC on Sunday 8 May, its new presenter Chris Evans has said.
During an interview with James Martin on BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen, he said the first episode would be screened the Sunday after filming finishes on 5 May. Evans said producers had “already started making the films”.

J K Rowling recalls the moment she met Morrissey - Telegraph

J K Rowling has spoken of the "amazing" moment she met her teenage idol Morrissey for the first time.
The Harry Potter author, who has sold over 450m copies of her books, told how she was overcome with excitement when she saw the Smiths singer across the shop floor in Harvey Nichols.








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