News Headlines - 23 May 2016

Austria far right thwarted, Van der Bellen elected president - BBC News

Alexander Van der Bellen has won Austria's presidential election, preventing Norbert Hofer from becoming the EU's first far-right head of state.
Mr Van der Bellen, a pro-EU independent backed by the Greens, beat Mr Hofer by just 31,000 votes among the 4.64m cast.

Waterstones cuts e-book deal with Kobo | The Bookseller

Waterstones is to stop selling e-books from its website and instead divert customers to Kobo’s reading platform for digital sales.

Peanut Death Restaurateur Jailed For Six Years

The owner of a curry house where a customer died eating food containing peanuts has been setenced to six years in jail for causing the man's death.

These new 125mph electric trains will run TransPennine Express services between Manchester and Scotland - Manchester Evening News

A fleet of new 125mph electric trains are set to run on TransPennine Express services between Manchester and Scotland.
Twelve trains with a total of 60 carriages, which should arrive on the Manchester -Liverpool-Glasgow-Edinburgh route by 2019, are part of a new investment of £230m.
That cash will also buy 13 trains to run between Liverpool and Newcastle - a further boost for the north.

Louis van Gaal sacked by Man Utd over poor style of play - BBC Sport

Louis van Gaal was sacked as Manchester United boss because his side played poor quality football this season.
United scored just 49 league goals and were criticised for the lack of attacking play as they finished fifth in the Premier League table.








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