News archive from 6 March 2015

Papiss Cisse and Jonny Evans have joined the likes of Frank Rijkaard, Cristiano Ronaldo, Patrick Vieira and...

After the spitting incident at St James’ Park on Wednesday, Newcastle manager John Carver called it ‘one of the worst things in football’. Carver reflects a widely held view, though instances go back a long way. At the 1990 World Cup finals, Holland’s...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Watch: Jenson Button launches F1 McLaren Honda

With less than a fortnight to go before the start of the new F1 season, world champion Jenson Button revealed the new McLaren-Honda car to the world’s media attending the Geneva Motor Show. On the eve of the show the MP4-30 was the star of a...

 
Girlfriend of Royal Marine killed fighting IS thugs shares her heartache

Girlfriend of Royal Marine killed fighting IS thugs shares her heartache

Jemma Weston, 23, said Konstandinos Scurfield, 25, from Barnsley, had sacrificed his life trying to save the Syrian people from the barbaric terror network. Jemma, who is training to be a professional horse rider, said: “Losing him has left a huge...

 
Old pal reveals Jihadi John's 'gangster' past

Old pal reveals Jihadi John's 'gangster' past

Mohammed Emwazi, the business management graduate unmasked last week as Islamic State's executioner, terrified the teens in revenge for an attack on his brother Omar. The kidnap, which Emwazi carried out with two bearded pals, was designed to send a...

 

UK hiring for permanent jobs grows at fastest in four months - RE

The survey is the latest in a string of surveys to suggest Britain's economy started 2015 strongly -- good news for Prime Minister David Cameron two months before the next national election. "Recruiters are reporting talent shortages across the...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 
Bake Britain: Temperatures in Britain set to hit 17C

Bake Britain: Temperatures in Britain set to hit 17C

Temperatures are due to rocket up to 17C from today as the nation basks in some early spring heat. And weather-beaten Brits are already planning outdoor parties with barbecue sales shooting up in time for the blast. Bookies have even been forced to...

 

Draghi ties ECB's Greek funding to bailout compliance

He also made clear the euro zone bank would not raise a limit on Athens' issuance of short-term debt to help leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras avert a funding crunch, since the EU treaty barred monetary financing of governments. The tough line,...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 
Baby blues! Prince Charles reveals his frustration of not seeing baby George

Baby blues! Prince Charles reveals his frustration of not seeing baby George

The heir-to-the-throne has apparently moaned to his friends about how little he sees his grandson. Charles, 66, believes Kate's mum Carole Middleton has taken over. And he is said to have blamed the “March of the Middletons” for his exclusion. A...

 
Shocking! Sunderland fans are turning Adam Johnson's arrest into football chants

Shocking! Sunderland fans are turning Adam Johnson's arrest into football chants

Supporters have even dreamed up one disturbing rhyme linking it to Madeleine McCann. Others have tweeted an X-rated version of the club song: “Who put the ball in the Geordies' net?” Johnson, 27, was arrested on Monday on suspicion of sexual activity...

 
Roy Keane set to go to court after alleged bust up with taxi driver

Roy Keane set to go to court after alleged bust up with taxi driver

The ex-Manchester United captain, 43, is said to have “behaved aggressively” towards cabbie Fateh Kerar, 44, near traffic lights in Altrincham, Cheshire, on January 30. The Irishman has been summonsed to appear before Trafford Magistrates. Greater...

 
BBC pay Gary Lineker same amount of money Scottish football recieve in coverage fees

BBC pay Gary Lineker same amount of money Scottish football recieve in coverage fees

The Match Of The Day host (below) gets £2million a year to present English top-flight highlights. It is the same sum forked out by the Beeb for Scottish football media rights. Scots last night tore into the former England ace, 54, with big-eared Gary...

 
Government report says school kids still taking drugs despite anti-drugs lessons

Government report says school kids still taking drugs despite anti-drugs lessons

Scare tactics such as bringing police to warn off pupils may make the substances more attractive, says a Government report. Prof Les Iversen, of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, said: “International evidence suggests many popular types of...

 
Brave Kellie Maloney is a hit with the fellas

Brave Kellie Maloney is a hit with the fellas

The transsexual former boxing promoter says being chatted up by fellas has helped her feel more accepted. Kellie, 61, said: “It (being chatted up) has happened a couple of times, it's different. “It makes me feel I'm accepted by everybody as I'm seen...

 
Brit cops to police party island Ibiza! Crackdown on drug gangs and drunk revellers

Brit cops to police party island Ibiza! Crackdown on drug gangs and drunk revellers

Up to a dozen officers will work in San Antonio, Ibiza, this summer. They are expected to patrol in pairs in full uniform alongside Spanish civil guards. The officers will bring valuable intelligence on the Manchester and Liverpool-based drug gangs...

 

Manchester United vs Arsenal is the pick of FA Cup ties as Bradford City and Blackburn Rovers look to cause...

The FA Cup takes centre stage once again this weekend with the venerable old competition reaching the sixth round. The four ties dominate the agenda in England, with just one Premier League fixture taking place. We preview both, as well as the best of...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 


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