News archive from 1 June 2017

Transfer expert: Why Manchester United could miss out on deal with Real Madrid

Transfer expert: Why Manchester United could miss out on deal with Real Madrid

At least that’s what transfer guru David Amoyal has claimed in the midst of speculation linking the Real Madrid star with a move to Manchester United. Morata is expected to quit the Bernabeu once the transfer window reopens having been forced to...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
Arthritis symptoms - CURE on the horizon for this painful condition

Arthritis symptoms - CURE on the horizon for this painful condition

The condition is three more times as common in men than women and symptoms tend to develop gradually, sometimes over many years. Ankylosing spondylitis causes back pain, stiffness, fatigue and impaired mobility that develops over time. There is no...

 
Ariana Grande will return to Manchester with ex-military security squad

Ariana Grande will return to Manchester with ex-military security squad

Ariana Grande will reportedly return to Manchester with ‘a top of the line security squad’ made up of ex-military personnel. The 23-year-old singer was caught up in the terrifying terorr attack that rocked the Manchester Arena on Monday May 22 when a...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Jennifer Garner still calls Ben Affleck the ‘love of her life’ after reports that he’s dating a new woman

Jennifer Garner still calls Ben Affleck the ‘love of her life’ after reports that he’s dating a new woman

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck shocked the world when they announced their split back in 2015 and it seems like Jen still has a soft spot for her now ex-husband. Although it was recently reported that Ben, who had just come out of rehab for an...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Simon Cowell’s Britain’s Got Talent comments on equality make him a meninist hero

Simon Cowell’s Britain’s Got Talent comments on equality make him a meninist hero

Simon Cowell has just found himself at the forefront of the meninist movement after claiming on Britain’s Got Talent that a female magician’s commentary on equality was ‘annoying’. ‘I get it, you’re a girl, and blah blah blah blah blah, I liked the...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Why I failed to catch Canada's worst serial killer

Why I failed to catch Canada's worst serial killer

Ten years ago, the trial of Canada's most prolific serial killer opened in Vancouver. Det Con Lorimer Shenher had long suspected the man in the dock, who eventually admitted to nearly 50 murders, but Shenher's attempts to question him had been...

BBC, 00:10 in World News
 
General Noriega's pen pal: An American school girl

General Noriega's pen pal: An American school girl

Andrea was around 14 years old, flipping through her school friend's photo album when something strange caught her eye. She was at a US boarding school in the early 1990s and, in the days before mobile phones, everyone kept their hard copy keepsakes...

BBC, 00:10 in World News
 

Whittaker’s wife embroiled in row over collapsed firm

Company was liquidated owing thousands to workers and the taxman by Poppy Noor and Conrad Landin A COMPANY connected to the wife of a Tory MP went into liquidation owing a six-figure sum to staff and the taxman, the Morning Star can reveal today....

 

‘Despicable’ Tory MP claims schools will benefit from cuts

And Burrowes’s supporters falsely tell parents protest cancelled A TORY MP was branded “despicable” yesterday after he claimed schools would “gain” from funding cuts — and his supporters falsely told parents a protest was cancelled. David Burrowes,...

 

Trade unions ‘help the economy’

BRITAIN’S economy could be boosted if trade unions gain greater powers, a major business figure has said. John Mills, the founder of consumer goods giant JML, said the lack of respect for workers’ voices shown by companies in both Britain and the US...

 

The Morning Star – The Miracle of Fleet Street

THE paper you are reading now has a long and proud history. Since it was first published in 1930 as the Daily Worker it has been a consistent voice for peace and socialism. Today, the Morning Star — it changed its name to the Morning Star in 1966 — is...

 

Why not give the Star a try? The paper that’s different

This paper was founded as the Daily Worker in 1930, when it was the newspaper of the Communist Party of Great Britain. It became a readers’ co-op in the 1940s, but now as then it stands up for ordinary working people against the injustice of a society...

 

A Bright Future for Grassroots Sport

Only one party has the plans that will ensure that our children will have pitches which are fit to play on PROFESSIONAL football is a multi-billion-pound industry and for years fans have demanded that the game give back to its grassroots. A Labour...

 

Maeve MacKinnon: Why I'm backing Labour

MAEVE MACKINNON Contemporary Gaelic singer and recording artist I COME from a family background steeped in left-wing politics and class struggle. World poverty, racism, inequality and meeting those who dedicate their time to combating these issues...

 

Hannah Sawtell: Why I'm backing Labour

HANNAH SAWTELL Artist On June 8, for the first time in my life, I will walk into a polling booth to vote for a manifesto of socialist policies at a general election. The arts communities throughout the country, especially outside of cities, can take...

 


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