News Headlines - 04 March 2019

£1.6bn 'bribe' for poorer towns as May seeks Labour's backing for Brexit deal | The Guardian

Left-behind towns in England are to get a £1.6bn funding boost as part of a package of measures to win support for Theresa May’s Brexit deal among Labour MPs, who said the new cash would not buy their votes.
Labour MPs including Lisa Nandy and Gareth Snell who have signalled they might back May’s deal criticised the approach and said the cash would do little to tackle the effects of austerity.

As many as 70 UK opposition Labour lawmakers oppose second Brexit referendum: lawmaker | Reuters

As many as 70 of Britain’s opposition Labour lawmakers oppose holding a second Brexit referendum, Labour lawmaker Caroline Flint said on Sunday.
Earlier this week Labour said it would back a second referendum in order to try to prevent either a ‘no deal’ or Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal.

Virgin Atlantic drops mandatory makeup for female cabin crew | The Guardian

Virgin Atlantic has told female cabin crew they will no longer have to wear makeup in the air.
The airline will also provide female crew with trousers as part of their standard uniform, rather than only providing them on request... Virgin said cabin crew could now work without makeup, but were welcome to follow the palette of lipstick and foundation set out in its guidelines.

Salisbury to be declared decontaminated after 13,000-hour clean-up following Novichok poisoning | London Evening Standard

Salisbury is to be declared decontaminated of Novichok after an almost year-long military clean-up following the Sergei Skripal poisoning... Military teams have spent 13,000 hours on the clean-up after Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia were targeted with the nerve agent in March last year and left seriously ill.
During the 355-day operation, they took 5,000 test samples from across Salisbury and nearby Amesbury, where Dawn Sturgess, 44, was fatally poisoned in July.

'Beverly Hills, 90210' Star Luke Perry Dies Of Stroke At 52

Television icon Luke Perry has died at the age of 52, according to his spokesperson. He suffered a massive stroke on Wednesday at his home in Sherman Oaks, California, and had spent the past few days in emergency care at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank... Some of his many stand-out roles included his work on Oz, John From Cincinnati, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.








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