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Great Commonwealth Games for Scotland
27 Jul 2014 @ 12:43 pm

Episode Notes:

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French authorities have recovered one of the two black-box recorders from the Spanish-owned, Air Algérie-operated airliner that crashed south of the Malian city of Gao, close to the border with Burkina Faso on Thursday. They also said that the plane was carrying 118 people, not 116, as previously thought – including six Spanish crew members – and that none of them had survived the incident. France also tentatively ruled out that the incident had been caused by a terrorist attack, saying that the bad weather conditions seemed to be the fundamental factor. After six years, the Spanish economy is adding jobs again. The number of people in employment rose by 192,400 in the second quarter of the year from the same period in 2013, according to the Active Population Survey released on Thursday by the National Statistics Institute (INE). This is the first time since the second quarter of 2008, just before the crisis, that net employment has grown, measured as growth from the previous year. Meanwhile, unemployment also fell by 424,500 people to a rate of 24.47%. Felipe VI made his first appearance in the Galician capital of Santiago de Compostela as king with a speech loaded with messages on Friday. He made the traditional offering to St James the Apostle at the city’s cathedral on Galicia’s national day. The core of his speech was addressed to those Spaniards who “have been severely hit by unemployment” and “the lack of work opportunities for young people.” Felipe, who was accompanied by Queen Letizia, was also quick to remember the victims of the Alvia train accident near Santiago that left 79 dead a year ago on Thursday. “I want that my first words remember, with a profound sense of pain, the victims of the Angrois accident that last year filled so many families with grief, moved the whole of Spain and cast a shadow over this festival,” he said. The Commonwealth Games are in full swing and the home nations have performed particularly well in the swimming and the judio events. It's hard to respect the judges already as now a rape trial has collapsed after claims a senior judge fell asleep while an alleged child abuse victim was giving evidence. Respected Manchester barrister, Recorder Philip Cattan, who sits as a judge part-time, was seen to ‘nod off’ as the under-aged victim answered questions from the defence. Meanwhile, A senior police officer's 26-year long career is over after he was jailed for lying on his CV to win a string of top jobs. Mike Martin, 46, from Carlisle appeared at Preston Crown Court after a four year inquiry into claims he exaggerated and fabricated his work achievements to clinch promotion to higher ranks with various forces across the UK. Every driver in a UK crash will have their mobile seized in a bid to cut deaths caused by phoning and texting at the wheel. Police have been ordered to check if motorists broke the law by using their phones in the moments before any accident. The move is likely to see mobiles being taken away by officers as evidence in prosecutions. More proof that Britain is all at sea. The first female commander of a Royal Navy warship has been sent home after allegedly having an affair with another officer. Commander Sarah West, 42, took charge of the frigate HMS Portland in May 2012, but has been sent home from duty after claims she was having a relationship with a male officer on the same ship. http://www.vincetracy.com/podcastfile/europecalling20july2014.mp3

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