News Headlines - 11 July 2016

May to take over as UK PM by Wednesday — FT.com

Theresa May will become Britain’s next prime minister by Wednesday evening after the last of her pro-Brexit rivals pulled out of the Conservative leadership race on another day of high drama at Westminster.

Opposition parties call for early general election following Theresa May 'coronation' | The Independent

Opposition parties have called for a general election with Theresa May set to become Prime Minister unopposed... Ms May may still be tempted to hold an early general election because of the Tories’ slim majority and the current disarray in Labour.

Japan Election Boosts Shinzo Abe’s Bid to Revise Constitution - WSJ

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling coalition put in a strong showing in Japan’s upper-house election Sunday, bolstering Mr. Abe’s hand in achieving his long-held goal of revising the constitution.

Why the Euro 2016 final was overrun by moths | The Guardian

Ronaldo’s moth was one of thousands of Silver Y moths, a migratory species that moves north through Europe each summer in search of new breeding grounds, returning south in the autumn.

Portugal win Euro 2016: Five factors in France’s surprise defeat | Sky Sports

Adjusting after Ronaldo
Playing it too safely
Not unleashing Pogba
Not trusting fresh legs
Changes from the bench








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