News archive from 3 October 2017

Antiques Roadshow: Fiona Bruce reveals massive SECRET that changes everything you knew

Antiques Roadshow: Fiona Bruce reveals massive SECRET that changes everything you knew

The 53-year-old explained that viewers believe she just spends her time “swanking about the grounds of Castle Howard in Yorkshire”, but this is not the case. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Antiques Roadshow, Fiona wanted to clear up that she...

 
Doctor Foster season 2 finale: Tom’s tragic fate sealed and it’s absolutely harrowing

Doctor Foster season 2 finale: Tom’s tragic fate sealed and it’s absolutely harrowing

The BBC show has seen his parents Gemma Foster (played by Suranne Jones) and Simon Foster (Bertie Carvel) take their obsessions for each other to twisted new heights, leaving their teenage son Tom (Tom Taylor) falling apart. In the latest issue of...

 
Doctor Foster series 2 finale: Will the BBC drama end in MURDER?

Doctor Foster series 2 finale: Will the BBC drama end in MURDER?

Last week’s penultimate instalment of the gripping BBC drama finished with troubled GP Gemma (Suranne Jones) speeding towards Simon (Bertie Carvel) as they race to reach their son, Tom. Then, suddenly, the screen went black and the credits rolled. The...

 

RMT accuses May of ‘sabotaging’ talks to end rail dispute

Theresa May has been accused of “sabotaging” talks that had raised hopes of an end to a major dispute on Britain’s railways — as guards strike on four major networks today. Workers on Southern, Greater Anglia, Northern and Merseyrail are taking...

 

Act fast to save Monarch staff from dole – Labour

Government urged to find new employment for 2,100 after airline goes bust MINISTERS should act fast to find jobs for Monarch staff who could soon be thrown into dole queues following the airline’s collapse, Labour said yesterday. More than 2,100...

 

Disabled activist ‘violently dragged out of Rees-Mogg talk’

ANTI-AUSTERITY protesters were violently evicted from a public meeting attended by Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg yesterday. One of the activists, who is disabled, alleged to the Star he was “slapped in the face” by a Tory activist and bundled out by...

 

‘We don’t want painful split with Spain’

Catalan leader says region has won statehood CATALAN President Carles Puigdemont insisted yesterday that he was not seeking “a traumatic break” with Spain, explaining that he sought “a new understanding with the Spanish state.” He was speaking after...

 

US spies ‘targeted’ in bizarre sensory attacks in Havana

US transnational news agency Association Press gave impetus yesterday to Washington’s assertion that US diplomats in Havana have suffered mysterious sensory attacks by alleging that intelligence agents have been especially targeted. AP journalists...

 

PM visits Gaza to mend Hamas split

PALESTINIAN Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah led a delegation from the West Bank to Gaza yesterday in a bid to reconcile the Fatah and Hamas factions and promote national unity. “The only way to statehood is through unity,” Mr Hamdallah said after...

 

Hammond is living in fantasy land

FOR ALL the harping on about Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson being the least competent member of the Tory Cabinet — and he has a fair claim to the title — Chancellor Philip Hammond was determined yesterday to give him a run for his money. In his...

 

Ebullient songs of boppish swing

Chris Searle on Jazz: Eddie Jefferson Eddie Jefferson The Jazz Singer (Inner City 1016) The Main Man (Inner City 1033) EDDIE JEFFERSON, born in Pittsburgh in 1918, was a true jazz original. He began working as a tap dancer in the ’30s, but by the late...

 
Michelle Keegan looks flawless in sporty photoshoot as she talks missing husband Mark Wright

Michelle Keegan looks flawless in sporty photoshoot as she talks missing husband Mark Wright

Michelle Keegan says she found it hard being away from husband Mark Wright while filming the new series of Our Girl, but wouldn’t change her job for the world. Michelle, 30, returns to our screens later this month as army medic Georgie Lane, with the...

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Building on decades of popular resistance

RAMZY BAROUD presents a guide on the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement THE boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement was the outcome of several events that shaped the Palestinian national struggle and international solidarity with the...

 

Hunt schmoozes it up with Boeing big wigs

SOLOMON HUGHES reports on big business lobbying, delusional speeches and a trophy to the defeat over the miners at the Tory Party Conference JEREMY HUNT attacked Boeing for “destroying” jobs and relationships with the UK in his address to a party paid...

 

Germany fined for fans’ nazi chanting

And seven countries in trouble for supporters’ homophobia Fifa fined Germany 32,000 Swiss francs (£25,000) yesterday after fans chanted nazi slogans during the side’s World Cup victory over the Czech Republic in Prague. The range of “improper conduct”...

 


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