News Headlines - 29 February 2017

PM Theresa May signs letter which will start Britain leaving the EU | London Evening Standard

The PM has been photographed in the government’s cabinet office as she signs the official letter to the president of the European Council, Donald Tusk.
The letter will be delivered to the EU leader on Wednesday, nine months after Britain’s Brexit vote in June last year.

Liam Wright's iPad with his funeral requests won't be unlocked: Apple | Metro News

A teen who died of bone cancer made plans for his funeral on his iPad but now Apple have refused to unlock the devise.
The device is said to contain Liam Wright’s dying wishes for his funeral.

Bob Dylan finally agrees to accept Nobel Prize for Literature - BBC News

The American singer was awarded the prize in October but failed to travel to pick up the award, or deliver the lecture that is required to receive the 8m kroner ($900,000;£727,000) prize.

Trump Signs Executive Order Unwinding Obama Climate Policies - The New York Times

President Trump, flanked by company executives and miners, signed a long-promised executive order on Tuesday to nullify President Barack Obama’s climate change efforts and revive the coal industry, effectively ceding American leadership in the international campaign to curb the dangerous heating of the planet.

President Trump won't take part in baseball tradition

The tradition of presidents throwing ceremonial first pitches dates back 107 years to when William Howard Taft opened the Washington Senators’ season in 1910. Since then, 13 presidents have thrown out a ceremonial pitch at a baseball game. Every president since Ronald Reagan has taken part in a ceremonial first pitch during his first year in office.








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