News Headlines - 30 November 2015

Labour MPs to get free vote on Syria - BBC News

Mr Corbyn had wanted Labour to oppose air strikes, but was forced to back down by his shadow cabinet.
David Cameron later said there would be a Commons debate and vote on Wednesday, saying he believed there was growing parliamentary support for action.

france 24 - Climate protesters clash with police in Paris - France 24

Police in Paris fired teargas Sunday in clashes with climate change activists who pelted them with objects during a demonstration ahead of the COP21 climate talks in the French capital.

HS2 rail link to open in 2027 - six years ahead of schedule - Manchester Evening News

The high-speed rail link set to slash journey times between Manchester and London is due to open six years ahead of schedule, it was announced today... High-speed trains were set to pull into Manchester by 2033, but Chancellor George Osborne has announced the link connecting Crewe to Birmingham will now open in 2027.

Hamburg withdraws bid to host 2024 Olympics - Telegraph

The decision means that Paris, Rome, Los Angeles and Budapest remain in contention to stage the 2024 summer games.
Just a year after they were celebrating Hamburg’s victory over Berlin in the competition to be Germany’s candidate, authorities in the city are trying to piece together what went wrong.

Watch Zinedine Zidane's son Luca follow in his dad's footsteps - by being sent off for a HEADBUTT - Mirror Online

We had thought Luca (his second boy) was perhaps the odd one out - largely because he's a goalkeeper. However, the above video suggests he's definitely got Zidane DNA flowing through his veins.
It comes from the derby match between the youth teams of Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. 17 year-old Luca clearly wasn't having his best day in the Real goal, as his side eventually lost 4-2.








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