News Headlines - 25 June 2016

The complicated coup to remove Jeremy Corbyn — FT.com

The plot to remove Jeremy Corbyn has kicked off. Ever since he became Labour leader last summer, there have been mutterings of a coup by moderate MPs, but nothing has come to fruition — until now. Following the Leave result in the EU referendum, Dame Margaret Hodge has publicly challenged Mr Corbyn by proposing a vote of no-confidence. This is likely to take place following Monday’s meeting of the parliamentary Labour party, but will it work?

This is what the universe looks like based on Einstein's theory of relativity | Metro News

Up until now, physicists weren’t able to model it because the theory was so complex... It is the first time that Einstein’s theory, which explains how gravity rises from the curvature of space and time, has been applied in this way.

Remains of a mammoth uncovered near Mexico City - BBC News

The bones are believed to be about 14,000 years old and were scattered, suggesting the mammoth had been cut up by humans for its meat and pelt.

Goodwood Festival of Speed visitors delayed by road chaos - BBC News

Traffic near the Goodwood motor racing circuit was brought to a standstill after a serious road crash near the entrance to the Festival of Speed.

Manchester United close in on Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic deals | The Guardian

Manchester United are closing in on two major signings with deals for the Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic looking likely after a busy Saturday.








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