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Scotland's £12bn exports to Europe are at risk if it is forced to leave the EU

The National - ‎vor 9 Stunden‎
BREXIT puts almost £12 billion a year worth of Scotland's exports to Europe at risk, a devastating new report has warned.

Scotland's weather: Storms bring power cuts and flash floods

Scotsman - ‎20.07.2016‎
Up to 50mm of rain is expected in the Scottish Borders region before the storm moves towards north east, according to the local authority.

Lightning storms hit parts of Scotland after hottest day

BBC News - ‎20.07.2016‎
Spectacular lightning storms have hit parts of Scotland - hours after the country enjoyed the hottest day of the year. Day turned to night in some parts as thunder, lightning flashes and heavy rain struck on Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning. There ...

UK weather: Is summer over? After heatwave, rain spreads across Britain and temperatures plummet - ‎25.07.2016‎
After the hottest week of the year so far, the traditional British summer has returned - one that requires an umbrella. Britain basked in scorching heat as the mercury topped a sweltering 33.5C last Tuesday in a heatwave that cost several people their ...

UK weather: Temperatures reach 33C on Britain's hottest day of the year - but Met Office warns of flash flooding as ... - ‎19.07.2016‎
UK weather: Temperatures reach 33C on Britain's hottest day of the year - but Met Office warns of flash flooding as thunderstorms expected ... But forecasters have issued a yellow weather warning for rain, which is in force between 6pm on Tuesday and ...

South Orange Summer Nights Has Two More Live Music Performances; Moonlight Movies to Follow - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - All summer long, crowds have come out to listen to live music on Flood's Hill on Wednesday nights thanks to the Taste the Music free concert series.

Britain on FLOOD ALERT as THUNDERSTORMS batter the country after heatwave scorcher - ‎20.07.2016‎
Up to two inches of rain is expected to fall in parts of the country by tomorrow morning amid warnings of torrential downpours, lightning and hail.

'It was like an explosion': Lightning blasts hole in bedroom of family's home

Herald Scotland - ‎21.07.2016‎
Further weather warnings are in place for parts of Scotland today after the country was battered by torrential rain, thunder and lightning.

UK weather forecasts thunderstorms and flash flooding in the North as South swelters

Daily Mail - ‎20.07.2016‎
Forecasters say hot and moist air spreading north-east is producing violent storms, with two inches of rain in a few hours expected in some areas. Almost 40,000 lightning bolts were recorded from 3pm yesterday to 10am today, and Netweather is ...

North-east woman tells of “scary” moment thunder struck home during storm

Press and Journal - ‎21.07.2016‎
A fierce thunderstorm struck the north-east of Scotland yesterday, placing the region on flood alert and plunging many homes into darkness.

Weather warning issued for across Scotland as thunderstorms due

Press and Journal - ‎18.07.2016‎
A statement from the Met Office warned those living close to bodies of water to be wary of the risk of potential floods. It explained: “Thunderstorms breaking out over parts of Northern Ireland later on Tuesday are expected to extend northeast to ...

Sportsday - football transfers and news

BBC Sport - ‎21.07.2016‎
Brian McClair has left his post as the Scottish Football Assoication's performance director by mutual consent. McClair, who had been doing the job for just over a year, said: “I am deeply disappointed that I couldn't make a significant difference, but ...

UK weather: Soldier and two swimmers die as Britain swelters in mini heatwave - ‎20.07.2016‎
But despite being in the midst of a heatwave, the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for severe thunderstorms, large hail and strong winds which could lead to flash flooding of homes, businesses and transport networks. Ferocious ...

Glasgow Subway closed for extra two weeks as contractors hit 'number of issues'

Herald Scotland - ‎21.07.2016‎
THE Glasgow Subway is to remain closed for a further two weeks after renewal works hit "a number of issues". Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT), who operate the underground, said contractors had advised them of delays in completing the ...

Inverness pool closed because of lightning strike fears

Press and Journal - ‎21.07.2016‎
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency also issued flood alerts for several areas in the Highlands and islands.

Tyranny in Britain

Brown Political Review - ‎24.07.2016‎
By calling for a referendum, Cameron left an extremely complicated international dilemma in the hands of a public that patently did not - and could not be expected to - uniformly understand the consequences of its decision. He let the ... Beyond this ...

Surge In 999 Calls As Britain Bakes In 35C Heat

Sky News - ‎19.07.2016‎
Even overnight, temperatures are expected to stay at around 22C in hotter areas. The heat has caused problems at Paddington - one of London's busiest train stations - with services in and out of London expected to be delayed or cancelled until 10pm ...

Photo: The Canadian Press - ‎25.07.2016‎
Though many expected the sale of Yahoo to spell the end of Mayer's reign, a Tumblr post from Mayer moments after the deal was announced read, "For me personally, I'm planning to stay.

Cleveland Whiskey

The Ringer (blog) - ‎21.07.2016‎
From the Republican National Convention to the Cavaliers' NBA championship, the Indians' recent dominance to a surprising tech scene, we're thinking about the city more than ever. This week,​The Ringer ​is exploring why Cleveland .... By renouncing oak ...

£42m announced for flood protection as temperatures expected to rise to 28C

The National - ‎18.07.2016‎
£42m announced for flood protection as temperatures expected to rise to 28C. July 19th, 2016 - 12:02 am Janice ... Today temperatures are expected to soar to 28C with thundery downpours likely to affect parts of the country and there is a Met Office ...