News Round Up

West Yorkshire Police Officers have searched former Co-Op bank chairman and Methodist Minister Paul Flowers’ home due to allegations he bought and used illegal drugs including cocaine.

President Obama has urged US Senators to hold off from proposing more sanctions against Iran to allow World Powers to complete a deal on Tehran’s nuclear programme.

Northern Ireland’s Attorney General has said there should be no further investigations or inquests into the Troubles’-related killings that took place before the Good Friday Agreement in 1998. Scots gay marriage to pass first hurdle

Ten people have been killed and dozens more wounded in a car bomb attack on Egyptian soldiers near the North Sinai city of el-Arish.

Legislation to introduce same-sex marriage in Scotland is expected to be backed by the government in its first vote even though the Church of Scotland and Catholic Church are still opposed.

The UK has an alarming shortage of people able to speak the ten languages vital to our future prosperity and global standing, a new report has stated.

Journalist, Broadcaster and Gay Rights Activist Ray Gosling has died aged 74 in a hospital in Nottingham.