News archive of July 2020
ONE of the Queen's elite bodyguards has been arrested on suspicion of cocaine possession.
Private Jack Prescott, 19, was said to have had nine bags of suspected Class A drugs among his possessions.
The Coldstream Guardsman was arrested on Tuesday by Royal Military Police, who searched his room and car at Wellington Barracks, near Buckingham Palace.
Greece's Economic Sentiment Indicator recorded a rise in July, according to data announced on Friday by the European Commission, rebounding to 90.8 points from 87.6 points in June.
At the same time the Employment Expectations Indicator continued to recover, reaching 103.7 points last month from 97.6 points in June.
The Greek stock market ended July with a monthly drop of 3.33% for the benchmark on the day that eurozone gross domestic product data showed a record decline over the second quarter of the year. Blue chips saw minor losses during the session and stocks were split down the middle between winners and losers.
Greece is probably the only country that is constantly dealing with its pensioners. This single issue appears to be consuming the attention of the system - meaning the political class, the media, the judiciary (to a very large extent), unionists of all political hues, experts and pundits, thousands of agents in the public and private sectors and, of course, the pensioners themselves.