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Independent Scotland may not rejoin European Union immediately: Sturgeon

Independent Scotland may not rejoin European Union immediately: Sturgeon

Scotland voted to Remain in the June 23, 2016, referendum by a 62-to-38%, while there was a more marginal victory for the campaign in Northern Ireland. Sturgeon would also face vehement opposition from the vocal Scottish fishing industry, which opposes rejoining the common fisheries policy (CFP). A "meltdown" in the Labour Party means Scottish voters must vote SNP to rein in an "unfettered, out-of-control" Tory government, Nicola Sturgeon believes.


Islamic State shelling kills seven in Syria's Deir al-Zor

Islamic State shelling kills seven in Syria's Deir al-Zor

The Observatory said jets, thought to belong to the US-led coalition fighting Daesh in Syria, hit the town of Al Bukamal near the border with Iraq. Unsurprisingly, the apartments were full of sleeping civilians, and also unsurprisingly, blowing up the apartments killed a lot of them.



Synthomer PLC's (SYNT) Hold Rating Reiterated at Numis Securities Ltd

The stock increased 1.11% or $0.01 on May 16, reaching $0.91. There are now 5,492,579,139 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 24,633,223. Shareholders of record on Thursday, May 4th will be given a dividend of GBX 2.36 ($0.03) per share. Enquest Plc (LON:ENQ) has risen 6.00% since April 17, 2017 and is uptrending.



Q&A on reports about Comey's memo

The White House's statement was that Rod Rosenstein had made the determination in a report to fire James Comey, when a day later, Trump threw his own people under the bus, saying that was untrue. The White House issued a furious denial after the notes were disclosed late Tuesday, near the end of a tumultuous day spent beating back potentially disastrous news reports from dawn to dusk.


AI traffic lights to end rush hour jams in Milton Keynes

AI traffic lights to end rush hour jams in Milton Keynes

According to the system's developers, if cameras detect queuing traffic containing a large number of buses, bicycles or ambulances - it gives a longer green light phase than normal. Currently, traffic lights across the United Kingdom run in sequences and do not react to vehicles passing through them. Chief technology officer at Vivacity Labs, Yang Lu, told The Telegraph: "There is very limited intelligence to the current management of urban roads".