Wednesday, 15th January Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
The day began with news from Spain and their intention to push for a tight relationship with Britain. Spain’s Foreign Minister Arancha Gonzalez said that Spain intends to weigh in on the European Union and London’s talks to define their relationship after Brexit and push for close proximity with the UK.
In local aviation news, the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said that it plans on commencing consultation to ascertain if Britain’s third-busiest airport, the Manchester airport, has enough market power. The airport’s numbers of passengers jumped 33% in a decade to over 28 million in 2018.
The Taal Volcano and its impending explosion have sent residents of the area to camps, away from their homes. Nearly 44,000 people have fled the 14km danger zone around Taal, where volcanologists have warned a devastating eruption could rain rocks and magma and set off a tsunami from the lake in which the volcano sits.
Over 1,100 evacuees packed into the gym and classrooms at the state university at the Santo Tomas town, some 20 km northeast of where Taal continues to puff clouds of ash and steam through old and new fissures. Occasional tremors signalled the forces rumbling beneath the earth and set hearts pounding.
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