By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel's temperament is under the spotlight again after the Ferrari driver's hopes of seizing back the Formula One lead disappeared in a few seconds of mayhem at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday. The German, his fast-starting team mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Max Verstappen crashed out as they raced to the first corner. The view was not shared by others who either pointed the finger at Verstappen, in his last race as a teenager, or accused Vettel of needless aggression at a key point in the championship.
North Korea has called increased UN sanctions a "hostile act", committed with the intention to "physically exterminate" its citizens. A foreign ministry spokesman for the North called the sanctions "the most vicious, unethical and inhumane act of hostility", intended "to physically exterminate the people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)". Fresh measures - including banning textile imports and capping petrol supply - were unanimously imposed by the UN Security Council against Pyongyang one week ago.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney on Monday neatly summed up the impact the vote to leave the European Union has had on Britain's economy. Carney's comments reflect the fact that UK inflation - which pre-referendum had ticked along at less than half of 1% - has jumped due to the pound's depreciation against both the dollar and the euro after the vote. Slowing consumer spending and overall household consumption are widely acknowledged to have driven the UK's economic slowdown this year, which has seen the UK sink to the bottom in terms of GDP growth among major economies.
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