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- Kansas City Southern Outshines Its Peers in Q2 - Market Realist July 19, 2019Kansas City Southern Outshines Its Peers in Q2 Market RealistKansas City Southern (KSU) stock opened nearly 3% higher on Friday after reporting bette […]
- Kansas City Chiefs star Tyreek Hill won't be suspended by NFL over child abuse allegations - Fox News July 19, 2019Kansas City Chiefs star Tyreek Hill won't be suspended by NFL over child abuse allegations Fox NewsThe NFL will not suspend Tyreek Hill, star wi […]
- City attorney leaves position after 8 years in Jackson - MLive.com July 19, 2019City attorney leaves position after 8 years in Jackson MLive.comBethany Smith and the city of Jackson reached a settlement agreement. […]
- Portland Residents Sue the City, Alleging Misuse of Ratepayer Dollars for Willamette River Clean-Up - Willamette Week July 19, 2019Portland Residents Sue the City, Alleging Misuse of Ratepayer Dollars for Willamette River Clean-Up Willamette WeekIn an effort to keep the Willamett […]
- Stevenage 'car cruise' crash leaves 14 injured July 19, 2019Two cars involved were apparently racing when they collided on Monkswood Way and hit bystandersFourteen people have been injured, some seriously, after a crash involving two cars at a street meeting in Stevenage.Hertfordshire constabulary said the cars were involved in a collision on Monkswood Way at about 9.45pm on Thursday. Reports on social media suggested […]Staff and agencies
- Coalition's voluntary salt limits have been 'public health disaster' July 19, 2019Switch in 2011 led to thousands of cases of heart disease, stroke and cancer, say researchersNearly 10,000 cases of heart disease and stroke and 1,500 cases of cancer could have been avoided in England if the coalition government had not switched to a voluntary deal with the food industry to cut salt in food, say […]Sarah Boseley Health editor
- Breast-ironing is abuse and could lead to prison term, says CPS July 19, 2019Exclusive: perpetrators could face up to 10 years in prison under new legal guidance Relatives who “iron” a young girl’s chest with a hot stone or other objects to delay breast formation could face up to 10 years in prison, under new guidance published by the Crown Prosecution Service.The guidance makes clear to police and […]Inna Lazareva
- Scotland has a drugs problem – and it’s called Westminster | Simon Jenkins July 19, 2019A spike in deaths shows the failure of centralised policies. Holyrood should be allowed to try new methodsScotland’s drug mortality rate cannot be shelved as just another misery statistic. It has risen by 27% in a year and is three times England and Wales’s rate, 50 times Portugal’s and higher even than that of the […]Simon Jenkins
- Convicted drink-drivers could have 'alcolocks' fitted to cars July 19, 2019UK government funds study to see how effective devices could be in stopping reoffendingConvicted drink-drivers could have “alcolocks” fitted to their cars, preventing the vehicle from starting without the driver passing a breath test, under new road safety plans.The government is funding a study to investigate how effective the devices would be in stopping reoffending, […]Gwyn Topham Transport correspondent
- Son of murdered civil servant Catherine Burke brands his mother's killer an 'evil being' July 19, 2019Kasim Lewis, 32, bound and gagged Catherine Burke, 55, in her £700,000 home in Muswell Hill, north London, before stabbing her to death on November 16, 2017.
- At least 16 injured as two cars smash into spectators in Stevenage July 19, 2019WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: Harrowing footage showed screaming spectators, many of them teenagers, trying to help badly wounded victims after they were 'sent flying' in the crash in Stevenage.
- Summer holidays begin as UK schools break up on Frantic Friday motorway traffic queues airports busy July 19, 2019Queues of up to an hour and a half are expected on some UK routes with more than five million families due to make their getaways as soon as school ends today.
- Newspaper columnist Stu Bykofsky is SLAMMED by rival writer at his farewell party July 19, 2019Controversial columnist Stu Bykofsky left The Philadelphia Inquirer last week after 47 years in the job, with his rival colleague Inga Saffron taking to the floor to deliver a scathing speech.
- Woman stunned to discover husband's gran's bathroom has CARPET sparks a debate over hygiene July 19, 2019A woman, believed to be from the US, was shocked to discover her husband's grandmother's bathroom was fully carpeted has questioned whether it's hygienic or practical for a room where people wash.
Manchester City will win the Premier League if they take maximum points from their remaining five fixtures. City beat Crystal Palace on Sunday to remain within two points of Liverpool, who beat Chelsea later in the afternoon. But City can take top spot with their game in hand, assuming they keep winning, however they face Tottenham and Manchester United in their next two Premier League fixtures. Liverpool have an easier run-in on paper, facing Cardiff, Huddersfield, Newcastle and Wolves in their final four fixtures. Both sides have the Champions League quarter-finals to contend with in conjunction with their league games, with City trailing Tottenham 1-0 and Liverpool holding a 2-0 lead against Porto. City will also play in the FA Cup final against Watford after the conclusion of the Premier League season. Our Premier League predictor can help you find out. Predict all the results for the top six’s remaining fixtures this season and at the end it will work out your results and show you how the Premier League top six would look at the end of the campaign. Then you can share your predicted table with your friends on Twitter and Facebook. Have a go below: