Pills in toy dispenser
A leaked recording of a speech by Theresa May sheds some light on the depth of the prime minister’s opposition to taking Britain out of the European Union before the referendum earlier this year. May was Home Secretary at the time of the speech to investment bankers at Goldman Sachs. It was delivered in May, less than one month before the historic vote in favour of leaving the EU. She told bankers she believed Britain reaped “significant” benefits from being part of the European single market, with its 500 million people. She warned firms might leave Britain if it was no longer part of the 28-nation bloc. Police in the US state of New Hampshire said a seven-year-old girl inserted coins into a toy dispenser and received a plastic capsule filled with medication for blood pressure and kidney stones. Rochester Police Capt Jason Thomas said the girl put a quarter into the machine for the third time at a pizza restaurant on Friday when it spit out a container that had at least three pills where the toy should have been. Thomas said two of the pills were blood pressure medication; the third was a capsule of medication to treat kidney stones. Authorities are investigating how the medications got inside.