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World - English oppose shared currency with independent Scotland

A majority of English people oppose Scotland continuing to use the pound if it votes to become independent in a September referendum, a survey showed on Wednesday. The question of whether Scotland could keep the pound if it leaves the United Kingdom has emerged as a defining issue in the debate ahead of the referendum in under a month`s time. Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond and his Scottish National Party insist Scotland should have a formal, euro-style monetary union with what would remain of the United Kingdom: England, Wales and Northern Ireland. According to the Future of England Survey of more than 3,600 voters in England, 53 percent of respondents disagreed with the idea of Scotland keeping the pound if it became independent.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014  00:43


World - England`s Ali learning on the job

Moeen Ali admitted Wednesday he had endured a steep learning curve in his brief England career. Ali, in his first season as an international cricketer, has been a key figure in the series with India. Heading into the fifth and final Test at The Oval, starting on Friday, Ali has been pivotal in England wins at Southampton and Manchester that have transformed a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 lead. The International Cricket Council (ICC) ordered Ali to remove the wristbands, saying they breached their regulations about players making `political` statements.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014  22:21


Top Stories - How does Armstrong feel now?

CNN`s Alex Thomas talks to writer, Matt Majendie about his interview with Lance Armstrong.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014  12:29


World - Attacks on aid workers worldwide hit worst levels on record

By Alex Whiting LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The number of attacks on aid workers soared last year to the highest level on record, with Afghanistan the most dangerous country to be a humanitarian, a report on Tuesday said. In all, 155 aid workers were killed, 171 wounded and 134 kidnapped in 2013 a rise of 66 percent compared with 2012, according to the Humanitarian Outcomes report, published on World Humanitarian Day. It said three quarters of the attacks took place in Afghanistan, Syria, South Sudan, Pakistan and Sudan amid worsening violence. There were 81 attacks in Afghanistan alone.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014  05:18


World - Big-hitting Hales set for ODI debut for England

LONDON (AP) Big-hitting opener Alex Hales has been called up to England`s one-day international squad for the first time ahead of the five-match series against India.

Monday, August 18, 2014  19:26


World - Scotland`s selfie generation cool on independence

Young Scots aged 16 and 17 are getting the vote for the first time in Scotland`s independence referendum, but the selfie generation looks set to defy expectations by mostly rejecting separation. First Minister Alex Salmond`s Scottish National Party (SNP), which is spearheading the campaign, fought hard to lower the voting age from 18 to 16 for the September 18 ballot, in anticipation of a youth bounce. Both sides have run slick campaigns on Facebook and other social media to get as many young people involved as possible.

Sunday, August 17, 2014  15:40


World - Scotland claims on national treasure fuel independence row

Debt, North Sea oil and the pound sterling are just some of the economic issues pitting Edinburgh against London ahead of Scotland`s independence referendum in one month`s time. First Minister Alex Salmond, the nationalist leader, insists Scotland must receive a favourable share of common goods in the event of a divorce, providing a base for the country to build a prosperous future on its own terms.

Sunday, August 17, 2014  07:27


World - One month to Scottish independence vote, Yes camp in tough fight

Glasgow (AFP) - With a month to go until Scotland votes on independence from Britain, polls suggest the plan will be defeated, leaving First Minister Alex Salmond and the Yes camp in an uphill battle to secure victory.

Sunday, August 17, 2014  04:51


Football - Champagne challenger

CNN`s Alex Thomas talks to the man running against four-term FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

Friday, August 15, 2014  03:46


World - Saudi Arabia executes four for drug possession

Saudi Arabia has executed four men for possession of hashish, domestic media reported, taking to 17 the number of people put to death in the conservative Islamic kingdom in two weeks and prompting disquiet from international rights groups. Saudi Arabia`s Sharia Islamic legal code is not codified and gives extensive powers to individual judges to base verdicts and sentences on their own interpretation of Muslim law. Hadi bin Saleh Abdullah al-Mutlaq, Mufreh bin Jaber Zayed al-Yami, Ali bin Jaber Zayed al-Yami and Awadh bin Saleh Abdullah al-Mutlaq, who were executed on Monday, were from Najran on the kingdom`s southern border with Yemen, official media reported. Saudi Arabia denies it practices torture.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014  07:02

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