The Guardian – Talk to end rail dispute end in acrimony
The Guardian reports that talks to advert a second national rail strike collapsed in rancour and millions of passengers will face another day of disruption tomorrow.
Today's Headlines - Summarised
The Guardian says AMAZON has bowed to pressure from the United Arab Emirates and restricted search results for LGBT-related products such as books and rainbow-coloured flags on its website in the country.
The Guardian says A record six police forces are currently judged as failing so badly that they need special help as a furious political row erupted over the placing of Scotland Yard into special measures.
The Guardian says AIRLINE PASSENGERS have complained of “total chaos” at Heathrow after the airport made a last-minute order to cancel flights because it could not handle them.
The Guardian says WATCHDOGS have launched a formal investigation into concerns that the family of NHS fundraiser Captain Sir Tom Moore personally profited from the charity set up in his name.
The Guardian says SWATHES of empty seats on Wimbledon’s Centre Court have been blamed on hospitality guests wining and dining rather than watching the tennis.
Tory privatisation linked to increase in NHS death rates – that’s the headline on the front page of this morning’s Guardian.