News archive from 3 June 2016

Nigel Pearson on his Aston Villa talks and his message for Roberto Di Matteo

Nigel Pearson on his Aston Villa talks and his message for Roberto Di Matteo

Nigel Pearson has sent Roberto Di Matteo a good luck message after confirming he spoke to Randy Lerner and Steve Hollis about the Aston Villa vacancy. Pearson was the favourite for the Villa job for several weeks, but has opted to manage their...

 

Euro 2016 not political football, says Boris Johnson ahead of EU poll

Defeats for UK nations at Euro 2016 will not have any impact on the morale of the Brexit campaign ahead of the EU referendum, Boris Johnson has suggested. The football tournament is set to kick off on June 10 and will finish a month later with England...

 
Man United make British transfer record £60m bid for Paul Pogba

Man United make British transfer record £60m bid for Paul Pogba

The Sun claims Jose Mourinho gave the go-ahead for the raid earlier this week as he looks to overhaul the Red Devils squad. The Special One sees the France international as central to his rebuild and is determined to bring the 23-year-old back to Old...

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BHS closes shutters with 11,000 jobs gone

Britain’s High Street loses second big name in matter of days BRITAIN’S High Street lost its second big name this week with yesterday’s announcement that BHS will go into liquidation at the cost of 11,000 jobs. The shutters were immediately brought...

 

UCU: Enough is enough

Lecturers escalate action over pay insult STRIKES over an “insulting” 1 per cent pay rise are set to escalate into a marking boycott and “rolling strikes,” union delegates agreed yesterday — but a walk-out to disrupt clearing on A-level results day...

 

Ex-PM aide avoids jail over indecent images of kids

A FORMER aide to Prime Minister David Cameron avoided jail yesterday after being convicted of downloading pictures of scantily clad girls as young as 10 in sexual poses. Patrick Rock of Fulham, south-west London, who faced 20 charges of making...

 

Venezuelans unite against OAS meddling

10,000 protest at regional bloc’s intervention THOUSANDS of people rallied in Venezuela on Wednesday against foreign intervention as regional governments stepped back from a confrontation. Up to 10,000 demonstrators from both sides of the country’s...

 

Germany: Genocide vote by MPs angers Turkey

TURKEY withdrew its ambassador to Germany yesterday after MPs voted to recognise World War I massacres of Armenians as genocide. The motion, proposed by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition and the opposition Greens, passed with support of all parties...

 

Brazil: Rousseff impeachment bid ‘aims to conceal corruption’

BRAZILIAN President Dilma Rousseff’s lawyer told the senate on Wednesday evening that moves to impeach her were part of a corruption cover-up. Jose Eduardo Cardozo presented 370 pages of defence papers for his client, who was suspended by congress...

 

The refugee deal shames a continent

EUROPEAN states have collectively shirked their responsibilities towards refugees in the most disgusting, cowardly, self-interested way. Not content with whipping up, supporting and often directly participating in the conflicts and crises that have...

 

The EU attacks our pay and undermines unions

BRIAN DENNY looks at how the European Commission has waged war on trade unions and kept wages down for working people across its member states THE EU is not defending workers’ rights as the Remainiacs never cease to claim. In fact the EU is directly...

 

Prevent isn’t just a failure – it hurts

RABBIL SIKDAR assesses the impact of Tory strategies to counter ‘extremism’ – and how they have made the situation worse AFTER six years of marginalisation and alienation, six years of rising prejudice and discrimination and the fresh failure of...

 

Striking a bargain: staff at Verizon beat the boss

by Mark Gruenberg FORTY THOUSAND Verizon workers from Maine down through Virginia marched back to work this week after a company-forced 45-day strike won them raises, added 1,400 union jobs in the firm’s call centres, forced union recognition in two...

 

Murray dreaming of final in France

Scot wants to break new ground to take Paris title ANDY MURRAY hopes his passion for breaking new ground can drive him to a first French Open final. Today will be his fourth appearance in the semi-finals but Rafael Nadal, twice, and Novak Djokovic...

 

Rugby Union: Ex-England players join concussion study

FORMER England internationals will be involved in a major new study looking at the potential effects of concussion on brain health, the Rugby Football Union announced yesterday. The study will involve approximately 200 former players over the age of...

 


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