Reuters Newsmaker BoE's Gertjan Vlieghe speaks to Reuters (full event). Gertjan Vlieghe, external member of the Bank of Englands Monetary Policy Committee, gives his forecasts for interest rates under the various Brexit scenarios, and says rates could fall to zero in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Vlieghe also argues the BoE should make a major change to its forecasting process and follow other central banks by setting out its best collective guess about how borrowing costs might change. Montgomery, Ala., Elects Steven Reed, Its First Black Mayor. Voters chose Mr. Reed, a probate judge, to lead a majority-black city almost 200 years after it was incorporated. 'Croatian Elon Musk' unveils 256mph ELECTRIC car. TheRimac C_Two produces 1,914hp from four permanent-magnet motors, which propel it to a top speed of 256mph, and hitting 60mph half a second faster than its rival, Tesla. German cabinet approves climate protection measures. The German cabinet on Wednesday approved climate protection measures designed to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions, keeping on track plans by Chancellor Angela Merkel to pass the landmark package this year.

Mother of three stabbed to death at home in Highfields Leicester murder investigation. The victim, who has not been named but believed to have been in her thirties, was attacked at her terraced home in the Highfields area of Leicester yesterday morning. How It Came to Be Birdmans Night. The Academy's ways -- including resistance to critical praise like that for "Boyhood" -- made all the difference. Estonian police put first-time speeders in time out. Police in Estonia have started a campaign which presents speeding drivers with a choice of either paying a fine or taking some time-out until they calm down. Fifth Democratic Debate Will Be in Georgia, With 8 Candidates So Far. The Democratic National Committee announced that the debate would be held in the Atlanta area on Nov. 20, hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post. 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend. Our guide to the citys best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead. Kipchoge says he'll make Vienna marathon 'history'. With an eye on a record shattering sub two hour time, Kenyan long distance great Eliud Kipchoge makes his way to Vienna. Matthew Larotonda reports. St. Louis Blues Claim the Stanley Cup, Ending a 52-Year Wait. St. Louis sat in last place in the N.H.L. standings on Jan. 3 and then beat the Boston Bruins in the Cup finals, soaring to the first championship in the franchises history. Arsenal teenager Reiss Nelson 'ruled out until November with knee issue'. Arsenal boss Unai Emery looks set to be without teenager Reiss Nelson after the England Under-21 international has reportedly been ruled out until November with a knee injury. How do you say hello in 50 languages Is a middle name necessary Girlfriend Tiniko Thompson arrested after chilling note is found next to police officer's body. Tiniko Thompson, 46, is alleged to have killed her boyfriend Carl Patrick, 53, a Miami police officer in his Pembroke Pines, Miami Florida home on May 9. Gauguin, Gauguin, Gone - Tahiti painting to be auctioned in Paris in December. A painting by French post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin is to be sold in Paris in December in an auction expected to fetch at least 5 million euros ($5.48 million). Are tourists getting more badly behaved? Whether it's skinny dipping in Venetian canals, chasing geishas down the street in Japan, or simply turning up in unsustainable numbers, tourists have been making headlines for all the wrong reasons recently. 10 things Nigeria does better than anywhere. With its vibrant culture, sense of humor and adaptability, Nigeria has become the "Giant of Africa" in more ways than just population size.

UPDATE 3-Saudi Aramco gives nine banks top roles on worlds biggest IPO -sources. Saudi Aramco has hired nine banks as joint global coordinators to lead its planned initial public offering (IPO), slated to be the worlds largest, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday. Two women accuse actor James Franco of sexual exploitation in lawsuit. Two women filed a civil lawsuit against Hollywood actor James Franco on Thursday, accusing him of running a bogus film school where young women eager to advance their acting careers were duped into auditioning nude or shooting explicit sex scenes. Mother says her twin babies' lives could have been saved if doctors gave her a cervical stitch. Lucy Offord, 20, from Chatham in Kent, claims her 13-week scan showed her cervix was dangerously short, which put her babies at risk of being born too early. Daily Report The Mystery of Amazons Bookstores. How an offhand remark about Amazon opening new bookstores spawned a viral reaction and a backtracking. Intersection Artfully Chic in Chelsea. In the latest Intersection we visited Chelsea during the Frieze Art Fair and spotted people who said their style influences range from their grandmothers to the avant-garde fashion company Comme des Garons. Saudi Arabia under the spotlight in Frontline and HBO documentaries. Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, appeared on "60 Minutes" Sunday, offering a series of denials about human-rights abuses and any personal role in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Grandmother was killed by car when she accidentally stepped into the road in a drunken haze. Catherine Mulhall was hit after getting out of a taxi after a night out near her home in Oldham. Tests showed she would have been more than four times the alcohol limit for driving.