News archive from 5 August 2017

Neymar will not make his PSG debut on Saturday as he awaits international clearance following his £198m move

Neymar will be denied a Paris Saint-Germain debut on Saturday due to a paperwork error between the Spanish and French football authorities. PSG presented the world's most expensive footballer to the media on Friday afternoon after triggering the...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Inquiry exposes three more spycops

Probe chairman says more identities will be revealed THREE more spycops’ identities were exposed yesterday by the public inquiry into undercover police operations. The inquiry is investigating the behaviour of police officers who infiltrated left-wing...

 

UN calls on ‘irresponsible’ government to do its bit

UNITED NATIONS called on the Tory government yesterday to double the amount of refugees admitted under resettlement programmes while slamming the “irresponsible” hate speech from some politicians and sections of the media. UN High Commission for...

 

Jobcentre staff ‘not trained to deal with disabled claimants’

JOBCENTRE staff are “uncomfortable” dealing with claimants with mental health issues because they are only given one day’s training in how to advise with people with disabilities. Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) told the Star yesterday that it was...

 

Afghanistan: Army kills 40 Taliban in latest attack

Country gripped by spate of violence AFGHAN forces killed at least 40 Taliban fighters yesterday morning in a 12-hour gun battle in Helmand province. The fighting erupted after the extremists attacked a local market. The clash was the latest in a...

 

US: Mueller convenes grand jury in Russia-Trump probe

US SPECIAL counsel Robert Mueller has called a grand jury over claims President Donald Trump conspired with Russia to win last year’s election. Anonymous sources close to the investigation revealed the move to the Wall Street Journal and the...

 

South Africa: Miners to descend on gold firm HQ against job losses

SOUTH AFRICAN miners will march today to the AngloGold Ashanti headquarters in Johannesburg in protest at thousands of job losses. The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said the march was against the firm’s announcement earlier this year of 8,500...

 

Western wars fuel the cycle of bloodshed

“I WANT to find out why we’ve been there for 17 years,” US President Donald Trump reportedly raged following news of more murder and mayhem in Afghanistan. “We aren’t winning. We are losing.” The trigger-happy president in the White House imagines...

 

Journalism is not a crime in Turkey or anywhere

STEVE SWEENEY reports on Yusuf Karatas’s arrest and the clampdown on Turkish media JOURNALISTS in Turkey are some of the most courageous people I know. They work in conditions where they face daily threats and intimidation from the Turkish state and...

 

The cheapening of the meaning of human existence

In the second part of her interview Liberty director MARTHA SPURRIER talks to Ben Cowles about attacks on Britain’s civil rights and the ever more intrusive surveillance powers THE ominous expression “may you live in interesting times” has been...

 

Power to the people!

As the Eisteddfod begins TREVOR JONES assesses prospects for change The past two years have opened up the possibility of transforming the political situation in Wales. But only if the processes set in motion by the European Union referendum of May...

 

Rugby League: McCormack names 36-man provisional World Cup squad

Scotland head coach Steve McCormack named seven uncapped players in his provisional 36-man squad yesterday for the World Cup later this year. Ryan Maneely, Kieran Moran, Davie Dixon, Brandan Wilkinson, Liam Faughlan, Lachlan Stein and Will Oakes are...

 

Rugby Union: Cleall called up after Scott injury

England suffered a huge blow yesterday ahead of the women’s World Cup with flyhalf Emily Scott being sidelined by an unspecified injury. The Rugby Football Union said that Scott will not travel to Ireland with the squad. England depart for Dublin...

 

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips: Best bets for Saturday, August 5

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips ahead of Saturday's meetings at Newmarket, Lingfield, Doncaster, Thirsk and Hamilton.    RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Aidan O'Brien's Winter is a staying wonder as 10-11... My Word,...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Kirby: bring on World cup 2019

England striker says team already putting Euro heartbreak behind them England’s heart-breaking Women’s Euro 2017 exit on Thursday night has been followed by a swift switch of focus to World Cup glory. The Lionesses’ saw their dream of victory in this...

 


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