News archive from 1 November 2016

Ace: Chelsea youngster told me time away from Stamford Bridge was best spell of his career

Ace: Chelsea youngster told me time away from Stamford Bridge was best spell of his career

At least that’s according to Southampton ace Nathan Redmond, who plays with the midfielder for England’s Under-21s side. Chalobah linked up with the Serie A giants in a season-long deal last summer. And although he only featured nine times in total...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Manchester United legend: Why Jose Mourinho's side face hellish trip to Fenerbahce

Manchester United legend: Why Jose Mourinho's side face hellish trip to Fenerbahce

Related videos Chornomorets Odessa supporters attacks Fenerbahce fans Chornomorets Odessa supporters attacks Fenerbahce fans Paul Pogba and Jessie Lingard celebrate Manchester United's Europa League goal against Fenerbahce Paul Pogba and Jessie...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Young people to get ME treatment in trial after success in Netherlands

Young people to get ME treatment in trial after success in Netherlands

Hundreds of children and young people are to get treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome for the first time, to see whether methods that have proved highly successful in the Netherlands can be adopted by the NHS. Up to 2% of young people are affected...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 

New chronic fatigue syndrome treatment trialled

A disabling disease which drains energy out of sufferers is to be tackled with a new online treatment trial of more than 700 children and teenagers. Those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) have erratic sleeping patterns, experience nausea and...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Health
 

Staff mourn the death of our Post Office

Halloween funeral procession for jobs, pensions and future of vital public service MORE than 3,000 Post Office workers went on a 24-hour strike yesterday while their union and its supporters staged a deathly spectacle fitting for Halloween. Their...

 

‘Sell hospital land to cope with NHS cuts’

Hunt full of ‘bright ideas’ to plug funding gaps HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt suggested yesterday that hospitals should sell their land to bridge the gaps in NHS funding. He mooted a fire-sale after fellow Tory MP Sarah Wollaston brought the...

 

RMT takes the battle to the Commons

Government urged to resolve the dispute by Steve Sweeney A NATIONAL protest in support of guards on Southern Rail will take place in Parliament today after the RMT dubbed the “gross mismanagement” of the franchise a “shambles.” Opponents of the rail...

 

Venezuela: Talks between Maduro and the Mud begin

But opposition hardliners demand overthrow VATICAN-mediated talks between Venezuela’s socialist government and US-backed opposition got under way on Sunday night. But 15 affiliate parties of the Democratic Unity Roundtable (Mud) coalition shunned the...

 

Turkey: Cops nab paper’s editor and staff

TURKISH police arrested the editor and a dozen staff at newspaper Cumhuriyet (Republic) yesterday in the ongoing media crackdown. Editor-in-chief Murat Sabuncu, cartoonist Musa Kart, the paper’s lawyer and several columnists were detained, Cumhuriyet...

 

Palestine: Zionist minister urges Israeli land-grab

ISRAEL’S ultra-zionist education minister has urged annexation of swathes of occupied Palestine if the UN votes to condemn illegal settlements there. The Jewish Home party leader Naftali Bennett made the call at a political meeting in Jerusalem on...

 

Justice for Orgreave

“NO-ONE died or was banged up, so move along. There’s nothing to see here” — that summarises Amber Rudd’s refusal to order an inquiry into Orgreave. The Home Secretary’s rejection of this demand is not simply “a significant disappointment” to the...

 

What we need are eco-homes for everyone

ALEC PRICE writes on why Environmentum is proposing eco-housing as a potential solution to both Britain’s housing crisis and the government’s lax commitment to tackling global climate change ON WEEKDAY mornings, I commute on foot through historic...

 

Converting words into trade union action

DAVE MOXHAM writes on why Scottish trade unions need to increase their influence and collective bargaining powers NEXT week, the Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) will host an organising conference aimed at exploring the key issues and strategies...

 

An assault on the eyes of false consciousness

Chris Searle on jazz Barry Guy The Blue Shroud (Intakt CD266) IN 2003 George Bush’s US media officials in New York hung a blue drape over the tapestry copy of Picasso’s mural Guernica in the UN building, immediately before the US secretary of state...

 

Yarnold planning to boycott Sochi

Olympic champion concerned by Russia’s alleged doping Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold threatened to boycott February’s World Championships in Sochi yesterday due to ongoing concerns over state-sponsored doping. Yarnold criticised the...

 


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