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Wiltshire votes to leave EU

More than 150,000 people in Wiltshire have voted to leave the European Union.

Salisbury lad's head shave for cousin who's battling cancer

Sam Stephenson is getting his head shaved today (Sat 24th June) to support his 15-year-old cousin and raise money for Cancer Research UK.

WARNING: Hunt for man who 'lifted' girl's skirt in Salisbury

An urgent appeal for witnesses today after a 14 yr old Salisbury girl had her school skirt lifted by a man as she was walking to school this morning (24th June).

Salisbury MP reacts to Prime Minister stepping down

John Glen told Spire FM News he 'understood and respected Mr Cameron's decision' following country's choice to vote out of the EU.

Prolific Salisbury burglar sent to jail

This man is a crook. 39-year-old David Leslie Clift committed a string of 18 crimes around the city. Police used forensics to catch and convict him.

Brexit Tories Pile Pressure On 'Dead Duck' PM

Conservative politicians are increasing the pressure on David Cameron to bring forward negotiations on the UK's departure from the EU and prevent months of uncertainty.

Homebuyers 'Wait And See' Amid EU Uncertainty

The housing market is facing a slowdown as uncertainty in the wake of the UK vote to leave the EU is "very likely" to see people delay buying a new home, according to experts.

Brexit: The 'Scary' Challenge For Businesses

Businesses throughout the UK ended the working week holding Brexit meetings.

The Hurdles Sturgeon Faces Before 'Indyref 2'

When Nicola Sturgeon gathers her cabinet around the table this weekend, you could forgive her a fantasy: for closing her eyes and dreaming of an independence referendum now.

Jason Donovan adds Salisbury to his UK tour

80s star set to appear at Salisbury City Hall this festive season.

Top Gun Star 'Armed And Ready' After Break-In

Top Gun actress Kelly McGillis says she has obtained a gun permit after she was attacked by a home intruder.

Celebrities Give Their Verdicts On EU Vote

American actress Lindsay Lohan live-tweeted the EU referendum results as they happened - becoming an unlikely sideshow on a night of political drama.

Led Zeppelin Win Stairway To Heaven Lawsuit

A Los Angeles jury has found unanimously that Led Zeppelin did not steal the intro to rock anthem Stairway to Heaven.

Jagger's Vinyl Cancelled After One Season

Sir Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese's television series about the music industry in the 1970s will not be returning for a second season.

Hales And Roy Hit Hundreds In 10-Wicket Win

Alex Hales and Jason Roy both hit hundreds as England hammered a sorry Sri Lanka side at Edgbaston, winning the second ODI by 10 wickets.

Taylor Calms Premier League's Brexit Fears

Premier League clubs will still be able to sign the best foreign players despite the EU Brexit vote, Professional Footballers' Association chief Gordon Taylor has said.

Whelan agrees new deal to stay with the Whites

Midfielder, Tom Whelan (pictured centre), joined Salisbury FC club last season and played a key role in their Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division title win.

Vardy Was Worried About Arsenal Style

Jamie Vardy decided to snub a move to Arsenal as he was not convinced they play the right style of football to suit his game, according to Sky sources.

Murray To Meet Broady First At Wimbledon

Andy Murray has been handed an all-British tie in the Wimbledon first round, after Friday's draw paired him with Liam Broady.

Will Brexit Harm Gibraltar And Spanish Expats?

Gibraltar has been an enclave of Britishness in the Mediterranean for more than 300 years, but the Out vote in the referendum has caused shockwaves through the community.

UK Exit: Juncker Calls For Speedy 'Divorce'

Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, says there is no reason to wait until David Cameron is replaced in October to begin negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union.

Maradona: '86 Victory Was Falklands Payback

Former Argentine footballer Diego Maradona has said beating England in the 1986 World Cup was a form of retribution for the Falklands War.

Stonewall Made First US Gay Rights Monument

US President Barack Obama has created the first national monument to gay rights at the site of the Stonewall riots nearly five decades ago in Manhattan.

Obama Says UK Special Relationship Will Endure

President Barack Obama has said the "special relationship" between the UK and US will endure following the Brexit referendum result.

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