News archive from 3 July 2016

Labour MP hits back after Durham Miners' Gala ban for anti-Corbyn MPs

Labour MP hits back after Durham Miners' Gala ban for anti-Corbyn MPs

A North MP has hit out at the organisers of Durham Miners’ Gala after they banned opponents of Jeremy Corbyn from the Big Meeting. This week 172 Labour MPs backed a vote of no confidence against the embattled Labour leader following growing criticisms...

 

Bangladesh mourns victims of Dhaka cafe attack

Bangladesh has declared two days of national mourning for those killed when Islamic militants stormed a cafe in the capital, Dhaka. Twenty hostages, most of them foreign, were killed in the attack. Two police officers also died and 30 were injured....

BBC, 00:02 in World News
 

Jeremy Corbyn: Party enemies must respect democracy

Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is "ready to reach out" to his enemies in the party but warned he would stand for re-election if they staged a challenge for the top job. The Labour leader said MPs who have set their face against his tenure...

 
National Lottery results: Lotto winning numbers for Saturday, July 2

National Lottery results: Lotto winning numbers for Saturday, July 2

THE National Lottery results for Saturday, July 2, were worth £11 million to you - what would have done with all that cash if you'd have won? Or, maybe you did become one of Lotto's many millionaires? You only stood a chance if you got your ticket...

 
Germany edge past Italy on penalties to book Euro 2016 semi-final spot

Germany edge past Italy on penalties to book Euro 2016 semi-final spot

The Bayern Munich keeper made two crucial saves in the shoot-out after the game had ended 1-1 after 90 minutes. A nervy 30 minutes of extra time brought no more goals, so it went to penalties and Neuer saved brilliantly from Matteo Darmian and...

 

The more we give to England’s players, the more fragile they get... and they're not even the best side in...

In English football, we exist in a perpetual state of shock. Another name for it is arrogance. The shortcomings of the England football team never cease to amaze us. We become more astonished by our ineptitude the more often we display it. I should...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

This is not the impossible job: England are not among the best but it would be foolish to try and crucify...

No one should survey the terrible performance against Iceland and conclude that all is lost in England; that we do not have the players to compete; that being the England manager is an impossible job. None of the above is true. We do need to digest...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

RFU charity felt Gracie Matthews' injury was not serious enough to merit support after Bletchley prop lost...

Gracie Matthews would be forgiven for feeling bitter towards a sport that not only robbed her of a right leg but whose official RFU charity has deemed the injury not serious enough to deserve support. It is little more than four months since the...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

There was a fear about England, it was remarkable! But somehow Iceland made it to the quarter-finals of...

As badly as England played on Monday when they were knocked out of Euro 2016 by my country — and I’m sad to say England looked ill-prepared, clueless and frightened — I sincerely believe Iceland deserve huge credit. They have been the best team in the...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Eugenie Bouchard faces fine after smashing racket during third round defeat by Dominika Cibulkova at Wimbledon

Eugenie Bouchard voiced her frustration after being beaten by 19th seed Dominika Cibulkova in the third round on Saturday.  The Canadian could face a fine after being handed a code violation for smashing her racket on the turf, while Cibulkova will...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Raheem Sterling will improve and has a big part to play in England's future... if there is a campaign...

If there is a campaign to start blaming Raheem Sterling, then it needs to stop right away.  Not many England players came away from this tournament with their reputations enhanced, but Sterling was one of the few who actually did well against Iceland....

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 
Think your child is fat? Well keep your opinion to yourself

Think your child is fat? Well keep your opinion to yourself

Would you ever tell your daughter she was fat? I don’t think I would. Hard to tell because my daughter is still very small, but I sense I’m not going to be that sort of mother. I think I’ll be more of an intense, adoring, over-praising, neurotic sort....

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 
How can I get tickets for Wimbledon on Sunday?

How can I get tickets for Wimbledon on Sunday?

It means if you want to go to see the tennis on the first People's Sunday for 12 years, you're going to end up disappointed. Tickets went on sale at 3pm today and 111,000 people logged on to get their hands on them. But there were just 22,000...

Daily Star, 00:12 in Sport
 

£30m Kynren history epic receives standing ovation

A spectacular £30 million epic show of 2,000 years of English history has received a standing ovation on its opening night. More than 1,000 volunteers aged between three and 87 worked for over a year on the remarkable Kynren production, staged on a...

 

FA chief Martin Glenn promises performance-based pay for next England coach

Football Association chief executive Martin Glenn believes it was "naive" to pay a high salary to former England managers and indicated future contracts should be based around performances. The process of finding Roy Hodgson's successor...

 


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