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Pound falls as Britain’s economic growth dims on poor construction output

Official figures showed manufacturing output dropping 0.2 per cent in May from the previous month compared with forecasts for 0.5 per cent expansion.  Construction figures were also worse than expected, declining by 1.2 per cent month-on-month and over a three-month ...

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'WILL BE DEARLY MISSED' 'True Blood' Star Nelsan Ellis dies at age 39

Nelsan Ellis, known for his role as Lafayette Reynolds on HBO’s “True Blood,” has died at age 39, reports Variety The actor died after complications from heart failure. “We were extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Nelsan Ellis,” HBO ...

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IVANKA'S INFLUENCE Trump pledges $50M to help women entrepreneurs

From the sidelines of the Group of 20 world leaders’ summit in Hamburg, Germany, Ivanka Trump, a senior White House adviser to her father, launched the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative to help advance the economic empowerment of women around the world. President Donald ...

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Surface Laptop review – Microsoft takes a risk but has it paid off?

EXPRESS NEWSPAPERS Microsoft Surface review PROS • Stunning screen • Improved design • Good keyboard • Amazing performance and battery life CONS • Cheaper than a MacBook but still expensive • Windows S is restrictive • Trackpad is a let down ...

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GROWING RAP SHEET Actor Shia LaBeouf arrested for sixth time

Shia LaBeouf is in trouble again. The actor was arrested for public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and obstruction early Saturday in Georgia, according to TMZ and is reportedly still in custody. The troubled star was recently filming his new film “The ...

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'WE'RE NOT WINNING' Sheriff's stance on life-saving drug questioned

An Ohio sheriff is taking a stand in the war on heroin addiction that he said will get at the root of the epidemic, and that seems to fly in the face of standard police practices. Sheriff Richard K. Jones ...

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‘Monstrous’ bullying led Ontario mayor to create mysterious wall of photos in office bathroom

Jason Altmann, mayor of Whitchurch-Stouffville, tells CBC News there was “nothing evil” about the photo montage in his office that featured local political players and was created to help him get to the bottom of a harassment campaign against him, ...

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UNFAZED IN STRUGGLE FBI: Fight attendant broke wine bottle on man's head

A wine bottle broken on his head did not faze a man who lunged for an exit door and fought with other passengers on an international Delta Air Lines flight to Beijing, the FBI said. Authorities said Joseph Daniel Hudek ...

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