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Rapper Bugzy Malone reportedly injured in road accident

Rapper Bugzy Malone reportedly injured in road accident

Entertainment
It's been widely reported Bugzy Malone was "seriously injured" in a road accident last night in Bury.Greater Manchester Police told Radio 1 Newsbeat they were called to a collision between a car and a quad bike on Wednesday.A 29-year-old man was taken to hospital with injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening.We have contacted the rapper's team and the police but neither have confirmed he was the man involved.Local and national press, however, have said it is the Manchester-born rapper and he has been named on social media.A widely-shared video appears to show the artist, real name Aaron Davis, on the floor after the collision.Another video appears to show him driving the quad bike before the collision.Witnesses have spoken to local newspapers,...
Harvey Elliott: Fulham reportedly seeking £7million in compensation for Liverpool starlet

Harvey Elliott: Fulham reportedly seeking £7million in compensation for Liverpool starlet

Sports
Fulham are understood to be chasing compensation from Liverpool for teenager Harvey Elliott, with an impasse between the clubs over his value set to be resolved by tribunal. Elliott, 16, made his full debut for Liverpool on Wednesday night in their Carabao Cup triumph over MK Dons after completing his move to Anfield earlier this year. Getty Images - Getty Elliott did not look out of place in Liverpool’s first-team No fee was agreed for the forward when he left Craven Cottage and no talks are taking place between the clubs to belatedly broker an agreement. He rejected a Fulham scholarship in order to end his schoolboy association with the club in June which led to a battle for his signature. European giants Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain were th
Deutsche Bank reportedly ignored employees’ calls to report Trump transactions to federal watchdog

Deutsche Bank reportedly ignored employees’ calls to report Trump transactions to federal watchdog

Finance
President Donald Trump and his senior advisor Jared Kushner arrive for a meeting with manufacturing CEOs at the White House in Washington, DC, U.S. February 23, 2017.Kevin Lamarque | ReutersDeutsche Bank ignored employees' calls to report transactions made by legal entities controlled by President Donald Trump and Jared Kushner to the Treasury Department's financial crimes unit, according to The New York Times.Transactions in 2016 and 2017 triggered automated controls at Deutsche Bank meant to catch illicit activity, and compliance workers then prepared what's known as suspicious activity reports that they believed should be sent to the Treasury, according to the Times, which cited five current and former bank employees. But the reports were never filed with the government, the article sta...
Thomas Cook reportedly receives bids for firm

Thomas Cook reportedly receives bids for firm

Business
Travel company Thomas Cook has received approaches for parts of its business and the company as a whole, according to reports.The business put its airline up for sale in February and it said last month it would close 21 stores across the country and cut more than 300 jobs.Chinese investment firm Fosun International could be a bidder for the company's tour operating business, Sky News reported. Thomas Cook declined to comment.Fosun International, which runs a joint venture with Thomas Cook in China, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Insiders told Sky it could be months before any formal offer is lodged, and there is no guarantee one will be made. Heatwave hitThomas Cook is the world's oldest tour operator and was founded in Market Harbor...
Italy is reportedly going to support China's Belt and Road program

Italy is reportedly going to support China's Belt and Road program

Finance
Italy is planning to officially announce its support for China's Belt and Road Initiative this month, the Financial Times reported Wednesday. It would be the first endorsement by a G-7 nation, the report pointed out. Chinese President Xi Jinping's regional infrastructure investment program is widely seen as Beijing's attempt to expand its influence globally through the construction of a network of land and maritime routes across Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Critics say that through the project, China forces developing nations to take on high debt burdens while benefiting Chinese companies which are often state-ow...