News archive from 5 October 2017

Victor Lindelof lifts lid on his relationship with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

Victor Lindelof lifts lid on his relationship with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

Manchester United summer signing Victor Lindelof insists he has a ‘good dialogue’ with Jose Mourinho despite his slow start to life at Old Trafford. Lindelof arrived at United in the summer with a big reputation after impressing for Benfica but has...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Ricky Burns still 'hungry' for world titles ahead of Anthony Crolla showdown as duo show off skills during...

Ricky Burns has spoken of his 'hunger' for more world titles ahead of his clash with Anthony Crolla on Saturday.  The duo took part in an open workout and the Scottish fighter spoke of his renewed desire for accolades.   He told Sky Sports: 'Am I...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

SFA to reach decision on Hampden Park future by Christmas with status as national stadium under threat

The SFA plan to reach a decision on the future of Hampden as Scotland's national stadium by Christmas. The spiritual home of Scottish football hosts a critical World Cup qualifier against Slovakia on Thursday night, with manager Gordon Strachan...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

U.S. Senate panel gives green light to controversial bill to speed up self-driving car tests

A U.S. Senate panel on Wednesday unanimously gave the green light to a bill aimed at speeding the use of self-driving cars without human controls, a measure that also bars states from imposing regulatory road blocks. The bill still must clear a Senate...

 

Sonos reveals $199 smart speaker with Amazon's Alexa AND Google's smart AI built in

Sonos has unveiled a smart speaker that works with both Google and Amazon's AI assistants. The $199 Sonos One is voice controlled and works with 80 streaming services. It is the first consumer gadget to work with multiple voice AIs. Scroll down for...

 

Divorce DOES run in the family and could be genetic, researchers find

Numerous studies have shown that children of divorced parents are more likely to get divorced when compared to those who grew up with parents who remained married.  But this pattern may not hold true for adopted children, a new study suggests. ...

 

NASA says mysterious 'alien megastructure' surrounding Tabby's Star may actually be DUST

An unusual star known to experience dramatic dips in brightness has sparked countless theories since its discovery, with many suspecting an ‘alien megastructure’ could be behind the phenomenon. But now, scientists say the real cause of the dimming...

 
'I do not support this' Calvin Harris lashes out at Tories after his song is used in party conference

'I do not support this' Calvin Harris lashes out at Tories after his song is used in party conference

Scottish DJ Calvin Harris has slammed the use of one of his songs at the Tory party conference. The musician's smash hit This is What You Came For welcomed Theresa May to the stage in Manchester this week. Harris was left unimpressed by the tone-deaf...

 

A Cave of catharsis

SUSAN DARLINGTON sees a blistering performance by the confronts his personal demons   Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds at Manchester Arena UPLIFTING and joyful are hardly adjectives that could be applied to Skeleton Tree, the album that Nick Cave released...

 

Perpetrators and victims of violence find their voice

The Listening Room at Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London E15 USING creative stage devices to engage, enthral and challenge the audience, Harriet Madeley’s The Listening Room is a theatrical gem. It’s a moving verbatim account of real-life events,...

 

Acosta brilliance breaks boundaries

Danza Acosta at Sadler’s Wells, London EC1/Touring WITH no reliance on verbal language, dance is a truly international art form. As such, it’s a perfect vehicle for global cultural exchanges and Cuban Carlos Acosta is an exemplar of the power of dance...

 

Tory MP: low pay fears are just ‘union propaganda’

by Solomon Hughes WORRIES about low pay and bad conditions in the “gig economy” are “propaganda from the unions,” according to Tory MP Charlie Elphicke, addressing a fringe meeting at the conference yesterday. The packed meeting organised by free...

 

Tories in tatters

May splutters through chaotic speech as her message falls apart behind her THERESA MAY was said to have “confirmed her failure” as PM yesterday after she delivered a disastrous speech that was upstaged by a prankster, her own cough and a stage...

 

South Western Railway faces strikes over train guards

YET another rail privateer will face crippling strikes over driver-only trains, the RMT union announced yesterday. Guards on South Western Railway, which runs services from London Waterloo to Surrey, Hampshire and Dorset, overwhelmingly backed strike...

 

Communist parties agree to join forces

Unity deal aims at parliamentary domination Nepal’s two main communist parties have agreed to merge ahead of elections later this year — with the aim of dominating the new parliament. The Communist Party of Nepal — Unified Marxist-Leninist (CPN-UML)...

 


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