2017.07.29

News Headlines - 29 July 2017

Trump urged Washington to stop bank mergers in 2004 letter

President Donald Trump warned the administration of George W. Bush in 2004 that big U.S. bank mergers were "totally out of control" and should be stopped as they were forcing businesses to borrow money from foreigners, according to a letter seen by Reuters.

Kyiv Cuts Electricity Supply To Separatist-Held Parts Of Donetsk Region

Ukraine's state power company says it has terminated electricity supplies to the parts of the Donetsk region that are controlled by Russia-backed separatists.

Hormonal beef and chlorine chicken could be coming to UK if trade deal with US goes ahead

First it was chlorine-rinsed chicken. Now the Americans want to get another culinary delicacy into UK supermarkets - hormone-pumped beef.
The item is explicitly mentioned in a list of trade barriers the United States wants to reduce in an official document published this year.

England Lost: sardonic Mick Jagger releases two songs responding to Brexit

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has released two politically charged songs targeting what he sees as the uncertainty and surrealism permeating politics in the age of Brexit and Donald Trump.
One song, titled "England Lost", represents Jagger's mocking take on Britain's split from the European Union. The second, "Get a Grip", describes an "upside down" world full of "lunatics and clowns".

Arsenal pay Alexis Sanchez a visit to confirm sickness | Daily Mail Online

Arsenal doctors have visited Alexis Sanchez and have confirmed that he has flu, easing the fears of fans who saw the Chilean's Instagram post advertising his illness as a ruse.


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