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- Tories to change inheritance tax ruleChancellor George Osborne is to announce the end of inheritance tax on family homes worth up to £1m in Wednesday's Budget.
- Migrants try to storm Channel TunnelChannel Tunnel services have been disrupted after about 150 migrants tried to storm the tunnel terminal on the French side., Eurotunnel says.
- Last UK bodies returning from TunisiaThe final five bodies of British victims killed in the Tunisia beach attack are due to be flown back to the UK later.
- Exam focus 'harms' pupils' healthSchools are on the verge of becoming exam factories that damage pupils' mental health and self-esteem, says the NUT.
- Councils want new litter fine powersCouncils in England and Wales call for new powers to tackle the "huge and spiralling" problem of people throwing litter from vehicles.
- Spanish hospital seizes baby from UK mother and demands she takes DNA testEven if results prove Stacie Cottle's the mother, it could be a year before she can bring her baby home from the Costa del Sol hospital as she's missed the 10-day deadline to register the...
- 'King of Instagram' Dan Bilzerian launches presidential campaign videoMillionaire playboy, who posted the video on Instagram, launched a presidential campaign tour last month, with appearances at five different clubs and pool parties.
- Malia Obama scores internship on set of Lena Dunham's show GirlsMalia Obama has landed a summer internship with Lena Dunham's HBO show and was spotted at the Aurora Ristorante in Brooklyn.
- 'There's been no respect towards me': Australian tennis' OTHER bad boy Bernard Tomic launches extraordinary serve at former star Pat Rafter and Tennis AustraliaBernard Tomic launched a tough serve to Tennis Australia, accusing Pat Rafter and TA Officials of treating him with disrespect.
- Magical video shows moment lightning lights up sky above Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney WorldA Friday night lightning storm started at the Orlando, Florida, theme park at approximately 7pm.
- Chaos in Calais as 150 migrants attempt to storm the Channel TunnelTraffic along the tunnel was disrupted overnight after the attempt, which took place at 10.30pm local time
- Tunisia attack: Terror cops arrest Tunisian gunman Seifeddine Rezgui's girlfriend in probe of extremist’s final hoursAs part of a large-scale operation, security services held the unnamed university student fearing she may have helped plan the massacre
- Bakery owners 'must pay lesbian couple £86K damages' after refusing to make them a same-sex wedding cake'Sweetcakes By Melissa' owners Melissa and Aaron Klein were found guilty of discrimination based on sexual orientation in a preliminary hearing earlier this year
- Raoul Moat: PC David Rathband's family 'are still waiting for justice' five years onThe police officer was blasted twice in the face by shotgun-wielding Moat but survived losing the sight in both eyes. He killed himself less than two years later
- Seaweed from Welsh coast could become 'big in Japan'Welsh seaweed could soon be on sale in Japan after farmers in Swansea found it is the same type used in the Far East to wrap sushi
- Holiday money: the chart that exposes the €83 sting when buying £500 of currencyInternet, high street or airport for your travel money? And which are the best cards to take?
- Greece crisis: 12 questions about your personal financesThe impact of the Greek crisis isn't limited to tourists - even your mortgage could feel the effects
- 10 years on from 7/7: the lives touched by terrorFor those who were there on the day, and those who lost loved ones, the legacy of the London bombings lives on. Here, some of them tell their stories
- Jeremy Corbyn: full story of the lefty candidate the Tories would love to see elected as Labour leaderChampion of lost causes divorced his wife for sending their son to grammar school
- Dreaming of escaping to a big house in the country? This is what it's really likeWhen Tash Bell left a cramped home in London for a large house in Wiltshire, she expected to find paradise. The reality was rather different
- Making money the Minecraft wayA look at the computer game’s swift journey from indie hit to Microsoft acquisition
- Greek banks prepare plan to raid deposits‘Haircut’ of 30% considered on customers’ funds above €8,000
- Inheritance tax limit to rise to £1mProperty allowance to be structured so as not to discourage people downsizing home
- London’s luxury homes bubble loses airFirst declines since financial crisis as stamp duty change ‘clobbers’ wealthy buyers
- UK protected deposit cap cut to £75,000Reduction of £10,000 caused by weakening value of the euro and EU rules
- BREAKING: Chaos as 150 migrants heading for Britain 'storm the Channel Tunnel'BRITISH truckers have been forced into long queues on the motorway again after 150 migrants tried to storm the Channel Tunnel in a desperate bid to get into Britain.
- Calais migrant crisis: Fears more will come as Jungle II campsite gets an upgradeTHE Calais migrant crisis is set to worsen as the squalid makeshift campsite used by many of the thousands trying to get into Britain is turned into a permanent feature.
- Immigrant allowed to sit British citizenship test 64 TIMES despite constantly failingAN IMMIGRANT was allowed to re-sit a language test 64 times so they could try to get a British passport.
- Man rescued after being trapped under boulder in 300ft horror cliff fallA MAN has been rushed to hospital after falling from a 300ft cliff and becoming trapped under a boulder.
- More fears of London terror attack on 7/7 anniversary as police arrest three IslamistsTHREE Islamists have been arrested after allegedly plotting attacks in London next week – on the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 bombings.
- What happens to my late husband’s digital life now he’s goneSince her husband, Iain, died seven months ago, Caroline Twigg has had to face an unexpected problem – what to do with his online legacy nyctwigg: Ah, there you are; a Skype username you ...
- Nepal signals peak season recoveryWhile the damage from April’s earthquake will take years to overcome, Nepal is making progress in its bid to attract visitors back for the autumn trekking season International donors ple...
- Greece's anti-austerity murals: street art expresses a nation's frustrationArtwork criticising international response to country’s debt crisis has flourished amid economic turmoil and social hardship. Jon Henley meets the artists As a fraught and worn-out Greec...
- Jewish security officials prepare themselves for neo-Nazi rallyGolders Green, where the demonstration was originally to be held on the Sabbath day, will still see a ‘security presence’ Jewish security officials said they are “covering all eventualit...
- My son is teething – everything is worseHis nappy rash is so bad it looks like my face did in the mid-1990s, but we’ve been through worse, so bring it on … I barely knew anything about babies before I had one. I didn’t know how...
- RSS Feed Moving (scotsman.com)We are about to release our new site with a new look, feel and structure. Part of this release will involve the creation of new RSS feeds and the decommissioning of the current ones. Plea...
- The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossipIn today's Rumour Mill: All the build-up to tonight's big match in Spain; Craig Brown linked with Northern Ireland vacancy; Rangers finance boss quits; plus the rest o
- Scottish Business Briefing - Tuesday 11 October, 2011WELCOME to scotsman.com's Scottish Business Briefing. Every morning we bring you a comprehensive round-up of all news affecting business in Scotland today.
- 'My views unwelcome north of the border', says PGA chief Sandy JonesSANDY Jones, the chief executive of the PGA, has said he feels his opinions on Scottish golf are unwelcome in certain quarters and claimed the skills within his organisation a
- Interview: Lee McConnell, athleteWITH the Olympic Games now almost within touching distance, the next year is mapped out for Lee McConnell, as it is for every other athlete who hopes to be in the Great Britai
- Greek debt crisis: Alexis Tsipras speaks to 25,000 at 'No' rally in Syntagma Square, urging voters to deny 'those who terrorise you'Syntagma Square in Athens has once again played host to a huge political rally of 25,000 people supporting a 'No' vote in Sunday's referendum .
- The tie-ins, the trailers, the cross-selling – that’s what makes a movie greatIt’s the time when the big movie studios make a big slug of their money – the summer blockbuster season. And one of the most intriguing battles for audience share is between the two big ...
- Donald Trump's 'hurtful and unjust' comments on Mexican migrants slammed by Miss UniverseNow even royalty, of a sort, is turning on Donald Trump. Two weeks into to the ugly ruckus that began when he described Mexican immigrants as drug dealers and rapists while announcing h...
- Solar Impulse plane touches down in Hawaii after breaking non-stop solo recordA solar powered plane has landed in Hawaii after a record-breaking flight across the Pacific.
- Greece debt crisis: Ex-military leaders urge Greeks to show 'calm and national unity'Sixteen retired leaders of the country’s armed forces have issued a joint declaration calling on Greeks to show “calm and national unity” in the run-up to Sunday's referendum, insisting:...
- Can you help this 7/7 survivor find her ‘guardian angel’?AD_174226215.jpgjenrmills71Georgina Ferguson who on July 7th 2005 was one of the Londoners involved in the King's Cross bombings. travelling on the carriage behind the one that was bombed, in which 26 people lost their lives. NO FEE72 Someone took a photo of her face immediately after the explosion. 7271
- The future is here. Holograms you can actually touchAD_174341083.jpgcarritaylorThe future is here - holograms you can touch have been invented and they're terrifying Source: Digital Nature GroupLOS ANGELES - JANUARY 9: Patrick Stewart plays Captain Jean-Luc Picard as he is about to enter the holodeck in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "The Big Goodbye." Season 1, episode 11. Original air date January 9, 1988. Image is a screen grab. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Patrick StewartThe future is here - holograms you can touch have been invented and they're terrifying Source: Digital Nature GroupThe future is here - holograms you can touch have been invented and they're terrifying Source: Digital Nature GroupThe future is here - holograms you can touch have been invented and they're terrifying Source: Digital Nature Group How long until we get Star Trek style holodecks?
- Proposal idea #678: Mow ‘Will You Marry Me’ in to your family’s hay fieldAD_174368913.jpgcarritaylorFarmer's amazing marriage proposal mown into his field Source: KSL [grab]Farmer's amazing marriage proposal mown into his field Source: KSL [grab]Farmer's amazing marriage proposal mown into his field Source: KSL [grab] The sign took seven hours to make... luckily she said 'yes'.
- Do you squat or sit? Bizarre toilet etiquette signs ‘aimed at Asian tourists’looolliemcateerloo There's nothing wrong with changing up your toilet routine even now and again.
- This woman underneath a train was inches away from get electrocutedTrain photojimmynsubugaukmetro The heart-stopping image was taken in New York.
- Roadworks that will last for up to 14 weeks on major route through Stirling start this weekendCausewayhead Road will be shut to all traffic travelling south from tomorrow (Sunday).
- Travellers camped on unauthorised council-owned site in Waterloo have left the areaCOUNCIL confirm that travellers camped on unauthorised site have left to move to another area.
- Row over Westminster government plans to scrap subsidies for wind turbinesStirling Council’s Conservatives have welcomed a government move to end wind farm incentives, however the Scottish Government has hit out at the plans.
- FULL TILT: Ross Hynd's Scottish Rally Championship bid suffers setback after gearbox glitch in DumfriesMechanical fault forces Irvine navigator and his Fife driver John Rintoul to retire on final stage of the RSAC Scottish Rally
- Loony Joons: It's Hell-ahouston Park.. but I love a pizza pre-seasonTHIS week's column focuses on club's pre-season schedules and a number of eye-catching transfers around the junior football world.
- Chemical LEAK in holiday park swimming pool causes Father's Day chaosA CHEMICAL leak in a swimming pool packed with children left 40 people ill and a toddler hospitalised.
- RIP Carl Thompson: Britain's fattest man dies at home aged 33BRITAIN'S fattest man has died at his home at the age of 33.
- 'Police are to blame for radicalisation' of runaway Syria sistersPOLICE are to blame for the radicalisation of three sisters who have fled to Syria with their nine children, lawyers representing the family have claimed.
- David Cameron 'throws TANTRUM' and threatens to shut down BBCDAVID Cameron threw a huff and threatened to close down the BBC, it has been claimed.
- Evans: I am slow as Slow!TOP Gear host Chris Evans has admitted that he will be the show’s annoying new Captain Slow.
- Ten-man Swansea defeat LaticsGylfi Sigurdsson struck either side of the interval to secure a deserved 2-0 victory for 10-man Swansea at the Premier League basement boys Wigan.
- Dunn snatches point for RoversDavid Dunn earned Blackburn a valuable point in the fight against relegation with a headed equaliser five minutes from time in a 1-1 draw against Aston Villa at Ewood Park.
- City stretch leadMario Balotelli again took centre stage as Manchester City saw off Bolton 2-0 to move five points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
- Baggies pile pressure on AVBWest Brom defender Gareth McAuley increased the pressure on Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas with a late winner in the 1-0 Barclays Premier League clash at the Hawthorns.
- Van Persie bags brace at LiverpoolLiverpool paid for missing a penalty and hitting the post twice as Arsenal's Robin van Persie scored twice to snatch a late 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory at Anfield.
- Review: Professor Green at 02 Academy, BirminghamRapper Professor Green showed energy and enthusiasm in his Birmingham performance
- Lap dancing plan in Birmingham rejected after protests from blind charityBlind charity protests lead to application for Lace Gentlemens Club on John Bright Street being rejected
- Letisha Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis memorial education annual award scheme to endThe award scheme was set up in 2006 to help disadvantaged students achieve their career goals
- Man who died after suspected hit-and-run accident is namedPolice question 18-year-old after body found in Rugeley
- Kings Norton church sealed off after sex attackPolice investigate sexual assault near church at Kings Norton
- Death on the beachAS THE shots got louder and the gunman appeared, moving methodically along a row of sunloungers, killing every sunburnt, cowering European holidaymaker he could find, Stephen and Cheryl ...
- The Brexit rampTHE moment had been over two years in the making. Under pressure from his backbenchers, in 2013 David Cameron, the prime minister, had promised that he would reform Britain’s membership ...
- Petrolhead revisitedAS youthful music fans headed to Glastonbury for the last weekend in June, older and more well-heeled festival-goers keyed a different destination into their satnavs. The Goodwood Festiv...
- DoctorpreneursTHE National Health Service (NHS) faces a funding crisis: already short of money, it said it will find £22 billion ($35 billion) in efficiency savings by 2020. But as emergency services ...
- The bat and the daffodilAnyone for cricket? ON July 8th England plays the first Test of a new Ashes series against Australia—in Cardiff. The Welsh capital often hosts England matches, but that is as close as Wa...
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- Teva Bids for Mylan, Seeking to Create Biggest Generics FirmTeva Pharmaceutical has proposed to acquire rival Mylan for about $40 billion, a tie-up that would create the world’s biggest generic drug company by sales.
- Credit Suisse Profit RisesCredit Suisse posted an improved profit due, in part, to a pickup at its investment bank.
- Traders Wield Social MediaSome individual investors are building trading careers using social media as their primary tool.image
- Migrants' Trip Takes a Tragic TurnTheir overloaded and listing boat collided with a rescue vessel; its captain and a crewman have been detained.image
- Norway Steams Up Investors in PipelineInvestors in a gas pipeline are suing the government of Norway, usually seen as a safe place to do business, over changes they say will cost them billions of dollars.image
- Saturday's gossip columnMan City ready to spend more than £100m, Ramos determined to leave Real, Atletico Madrid target Cazorla, plus more.
- Peters leads from Hull in DenhamEngland's Alex Peters shoots a second-round 63 to open a two-shot lead over compatriot Charley Hull in the Ladies European Masters.
- Woods four shots off Greenbrier leadTiger Woods follows up his best score of the year with a one-under-par 69 in the second round of The Greenbrier Classic.
- Controversy hits Astana before TourDefending champion Vincenzo Nibali's team Astana is involved in a drug-related controversy on the eve of the Tour de France.
- Ex-keeper Taylor has heart attackFormer England and Derbyshire wicketkeeper Bob Taylor, 73, is in hospital after having a heart attack.
- 'Pro's-pro' Mike Gorodinsky finally gets his due at WSOP - PokerTim Fiorvanti of Bluff talks to Mike Gorodinsky about his victory in the $50,000 Poker PlayerÃ¢
- The WSOP's transformation from 2005-2015After a 13th-place finish at the World Series of Poker main event in 2005, Bernard Lee looks at the bevy of changes at the event over the past decade.
- 2015 WSOP - Jonathan Duhamel captures his second braceletJonathan Duhamel captures second WSOP bracelet in ONE DROP High Roller event
- 2015 WSOP - Gorodinsky defeats Bellande in Poker Players ChampionshipMike Gorodinsky won his second bracelet in the $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship at the 2015 WSOP
- 2015 WSOP - Poker Players Championship features smallest fieldThe 2015 Poker Players Championship featured the smallest field since its inception. What's to blame? Paul Oresteen speaks to the pros.
- Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Former league boss Tolstykh voted Russian FA chiefNikolai Tolstykh, ousted as head of the Russian Professional Football League (PFL) two years ago, was elected president of the country's Football Union (RFU) on Monday.
- Pienaar ruled outInjury has forced Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar to withdrawn from South Africa's squad due to play international friendlies this week.
- Partizan win marred by crowd troubleSerbian champions Partizan Belgrade came from behind to beat city rivals OFK 3-1 on Sunday, but their success was marred by serious crowd trouble among groups of their own fans.
- Slew set for spell on sidelinesOn-loan Oldham striker Jordan Slew suffered another injury setback during the 1-0 win over Portsmouth. Slew was hurt against Walsall and missed the Stevenage game, returning to parent cl...
- Game of Thrones tour of Dubrovnik is more than just fantasyGet to the heart of the Seven Kingdoms and discover the real King's Landing on this cruise ship excursion with a difference
- Gamescom 2013: Live updates on the news, gameplay footage, trailers and announcements from day threeIt's day three of gamescom 2013 and we have live news and updates coming direct from Cologne, Germany.
- Transfer news LIVE: All of Thursday's gossip, rumours and done deals as they happenWho? What? When? Where? How? Which? All those questions and more (possibly) answered in Thursday's transfer live blog
- Edinburgh TV festival LIVE: Follow GEITF news and live updates, as they happenLet us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below or tweeting us at @MirrorTVNews
- Ricky Gervais plans David Brent film based around hit YouTube series Learn To Play GuitarComedian is planning a David Brent film, album and world tour as he resurrects his most famous small screen character
- Little Mix join forces with Caroline Flack and tell cancer to jog onWHAT a bunch a beauties.
- Myleene Klass does the school run in animal print and heels comboNOT bad for a Monday morning.
- Peaches Geldof plays proud mummy in intimate family picturesTHEY look so content.
- Judge rules in favour of Emma Thompson in Effie court caseEMMA THOMPSON has been given the go-ahead to proceed with a movie about the lives of 19th century poet JOHN RUSKIN, his wife EFFIE GRAY and her lover, painter JOHN EVERETT MILLIAS, after...
- Eva Mendes organised special 'mothers' day' for film researchActress EVA MENDES gathered up all the mums in her life for an intensive 'mothers' day' so she could get a feel for what it's like to be a woman with a kid for her new film THE PLACE AMO...
- Solar Impulse breaks record for longest sun-powered flightBy landing safely in Hawaii after a five-day leg, the Swiss plane -- on an around-the-world trip -- also sets the record for longest solo flight by time.
- The meaning of life, according to Google's chatbot AIGoogle's chatbot artificial intelligence has some interesting -- and not entirely illogical -- ideas about morality, philosophy and the meaning of life.
- Build your own lightsaber with modular parts from KickstarterYou don't have to use any force at all when building your own "Star Wars" weapon with these modular plug-and-play parts from Adaptive Saber.
- Who wouldn't want an iPhone case that looks like a gun?Technically Incorrect: Perhaps one of the most dangerous accessories you can buy is now available.
- See winning National Geographic nature photos snapped by kidsPhotography stars as young as 9 get their winning images displayed at the Vice President's Residence in Washington, D.C.
- Toshiba accounting errors may be over $800 million - sourceTOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp may need to mark down past earnings by over 100 billion yen (522.7 million pounds), more than double earlier estimates, after an ongoing investigation into ...
- Greeks deeply divided heading into crucial voteATHENS (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Greeks took to the streets on Friday in rival rallies that laid bare the deep divide heading into a referendum that may decide the country’s future...
- Britain falls silent to remember 30 killed in Tunisian gun attackLONDON (Reuters) - Millions of people across Britain held a minute's silence on Friday on an official day of mourning to pay tribute to 30 Britons killed a week ago by an Islamist gunman ...
- Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen cities kill 16 - HouthisSANAA (Reuters) - Saudi-led air strikes killed at least 16 people in Yemen on Friday, the country's dominant Houthi militia said, and the European Union and United States appealed for a p...
- Toshiba accounting errors may be over $1 billion - reportTOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp may need to mark down past earnings by over 150 billion yen ($1.22 billion or 0.78 billion pounds), nearly triple an earlier estimate, after an ongoing inve...
- Costly Orangefest unlikely to be repeated in central GlasgowTHE high-profile Glasgow event celebrating the Orange Order's history and culture is unlikely to be repeated, the organisation has said.
- New Tartan to raise funds for Wildcat charity
- Britain's wealth gaps. Aberdeen is a third richer than Glasgow. Westminster is three times richer than Leicester.How unequal is Scotland?
- Tim Farron says SNP 'doing the worst and darkest things that people suspect nationalists to be in favour of'Liberal Democrat leadership candidate Tim Farron has launched a ferocious attack on the SNP accusing the party of becoming the very thing it despises with its authoritarian,'Big-Brother' ...
- Surgeon and colleague remain suspended for another monthTWO surgeons controversially suspended at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary will remain off work for at least another month.
- Grounds maintenance teams will cut back by not cutting backThe upkeep of private ground by Perth and Kinross Council was this week described as ''ludicrous''.
- Thousands brave cold for Dundee Christmas Light Night 2011The festive season officially arrived in Dundee on Friday as around 25,000 people braved the cold for the switching-on of the Christmas lights.
- 'New' name for Dundee street would be link to medieval pastA long-abandoned medieval street name could soon return to Dundee.
- Lingerie boss Michelle Mone's Carnoustie kitchen all part of her great support for Erskine charityAn Angus couple this week told how Scottish lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone cooked for them in their home — and then did the washing up!
- VIDEO: Gordon Brown contributes to student's football-themed documentaryA Fife university student enrolled the help of the former Prime Minister to make a moving documentary about the Blue Brazil.
- Gardening dilemmas: Lynne Allbutt answers your questionsFrom hayfever remedies to dying lawns and elderflower cordial Lynne is the go-to woman with the answers
- Glamorgan teenage prodigy Aneurin Donald sets sights on England futureFast bowler Simon Jones was the last Glamorgan and Welsh star to play Test cricket for England 10 years ago
- Woman with borderline personality disorder aims to break down stigma through her own blogSarah-Louise Roberts, 34, from Cardiff, is hoping to raise £10,000 for mental health charity Mind
- 7 shades of entrepreneur, from the mumpreneur to the one you knew could never do anything elseResearch shows that entrepreneurs fall into distinct types, and we have come up with a few Welsh examples
- Ashes 2015: England bowler Stuart Broad backs his side to deal with aggression of Australian tyro Mitchell JohnsonJohnson was the deciding factor in the last Ashes series which Australia won 5-0
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- Calais: Migrants Attempt To Enter Channel TunnelTraffic along the Channel Tunnel has been disrupted overnight after migrants tried to enter the terminal in Calais. The incident caused disruption and delays on both sides of the Channel...
- Government faces burden in proving airlines worked togetherAs the Justice Department launches an investigation into possible collusion in the airline industry, experts say the government faces the burden of proving that carriers were deliberatel...
- Taiwan stands up to China with World War II military paradeTAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan marched out thousands of troops and displayed its most modern military hardware Saturday to spotlight an old but often forgotten claim that its forces, not t...
- Chafee's campaign leaves some NH Democrats a bit puzzledLACONIA, N.H. (AP) — Presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee stands before a few dozen people at a meeting of New Hampshire's Belknap County Democrats. The Republican-turned-independe...
- Pakistan struggle after Shah claims five wickets(Reuters) - Pakistan suffered a top order collapse to reach lunch on 45 for three after leg-spinner Yasir Shah had claimed his third five-wicket haul of the series on the second day of th...
- 'Greece Sinking' Ahead Of Crucial ReferendumWith a bailout vote too close to call, Sky News travels to a once-thriving port where many say only a No vote can restore dignity.Perama, a suburb near Athens
- Calais: Migrants Attempt To Enter Channel TunnelUp to 150 migrants try to storm the French side of the tunnel causing further disruption and delays for lorry drivers.A high-speed Eurostar train exits the Channel tunnel in Coquelles
- Tories Set To Cut Inheritance Tax In BudgetThe Conservative Government is preparing to scrap inheritance tax for homes worth under £1m in next week's Budget.Mortgage rates are inextricably linked to the health of the City of London
- Lightning Seen Across UK As Heatwave ContinuesMore thundery showers are possible throughout the weekend, and a yellow "be aware" Met Office alert is in place until noon today.Lightning strikes Chelmsford in Essex on Saturday morning....
- Two Killed After Microlight Crash At AirfieldThe Air Accidents Investigation Branch is investigating the crash, which happened at Enstone Airfield in Oxfordshire.Enstone Airfield, Oxfordshire
- Codrington quits Middlesex postVinny Codrington has insisted the Chris Rogers ticket controversy was not a factor in his decision to resign as chief executive of Middlesex after 18 years in the post.
- Poyet pushing for a startDiego Poyet is determined to establish himself in Slaven Bilic's West Ham side this season and avoid another loan spell.
- Watson: I can beat SerenaHeather Watson was left ruing a missed opportunity to topple Serena Williams at Wimbledon but says she now knows she can beat the world's best.
- Leon sacked as Spain captainGala Leon has been fired as the coach of Spain's Davis Cup side by the new president of the Spanish tennis federation (RFET).
- McCullum smashes T20 recordBrendon McCullum smashed a record-breaking 158 not out off just 64 deliveries to help Birmingham Bears reach 242-2 on their way to a 60-run Natwest T20 Blast victory over Derbyshire at Ed...