News Headlines - 03 February 2019

Plan to evacuate the Queen after a no-deal Brexit | News | The Sunday Times

The Queen and other senior royals will be evacuated from London in the event of riots triggered by a no-deal Brexit, under secret plans being drawn up by Whitehall.
Emergency proposals to rescue the royal family during the Cold War have been “repurposed” in recent weeks, as the risk continues to rise of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal before next month’s deadline.

Trump says he has ‘no plans’ to withdraw US troops from S. Korea - Stripes

President Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he has “no plans” to withdraw U.S. forces from South Korea as he prepares for another summit with North Korea’s leader.
The president has frequently complained about the expense of maintaining servicemembers on the divided peninsula. Seoul and Washington are involved in a standoff over sharing the cost, raising concern the president may move to pull them out.
But Trump told CBS News the issue hasn’t come up.

Man spends 100 hours painstakingly recreating Pimlico Tube station in Minecraft | London Evening Standard

A keen gamer has revealed how he dedicated 100 hours towards painstakingly recreating Pimlico Tube station in the popular video game Minecraft... The man, named only as David and who goes by the screen name Creator Labs, recreated the station by using reference images on the internet.
The project was started in Minecraft in December last year and was finished earlier this month. The game lets players build entire worlds out of nothing but blocks.

Emiliano Sala: missing Premier League footballer’s plane found | The Guardian

The wreckage of the plane that vanished with the Premier League footballer Emiliano Sala on board has been found within hours of a search starting in the sea off the Channel Islands.
A search boat hired privately by Sala’s Argentinian family - thanks partly to a crowdfunding appeal - located the wreckage on Sunday morning.
The crew passed the details of the location on to government investigators, who used a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) to examine the spot.

Antalyaspor 2-6 Besiktas: Shinji Kagawa scores twice in three minutes on his debut | Daily Mail Online

Shinji Kagawa scored two goals in three minutes after coming on for his Besiktas debut in a 6-2 win at Antalyaspor in the Turkish league on Sunday.
The Japanese star, who moved from Borussia Dortmund to Besiktas on the last day of the winter transfer window on Thursday, came on in the 81st minute with his team leading 4-1.
Kagawa scored one minute later with his first action with the ball when he let fly inside the bottom left corner from around 18 yards. He added a second from a free kick two minutes later.








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