News archive from 6 June 2016

Trades councils stand in solidarity with France

DELEGATES from trade union councils across Britain sent a message of solidarity yesterday to French workers resisting government legislation attacking trade unions and working conditions. The delegates were meeting in Sheffield this weekend for their...

 

Brexiteers blast Ukip sex attack scare story

NIGEL FARAGE was accused of “outrageous blatant scaremongering” by a fellow Brexit campaigner yesterday after suggesting women could be at risk of sex attacks from migrants if Britain stays in the EU. The Ukip leader said the possibility of attacks...

 

GMB Conference: Abortions must be available, say delegates

ABORTIONS must be made accessible across northern and southern Ireland, GMB delegates demanded yesterday. The union will now call on MPs to table a motion in the Commons calling for the 1967 abortion act to be extended to Northern Ireland. Members...

 

Wales won't live with double world champions New Zealand, warns former All Blacks star Christian Cullen  

Warren Gatland's Wales face a daunting task to stop a new-look New Zealand in their three-Test series, according to former All Black Christian Cullen. Wales have not beaten the All Blacks since 1953, losing their last 26 meetings, but on Saturday will...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Palestine: Peace bid changes not acceptable to League

ARAB LEAGUE secretary-general Nabil al-Arabi said on Saturday there could be no changes to the 2002 Arab peace initiative following last week’s Paris summit. In a statement, Mr Arabi said he had made it clear at the international meeting on the...

 

Real Madrid Legends 3-1 Ajax Legends: Steve McManaman scores diving header as old faces return to the...

Steve McManaman rolled back the years with the former England winger scoring on his return to the Santiago Bernabeu as a Real Madrid Legends side overcame their Ajax counterparts 3-1 on Sunday. A comical Clarence Seedorf own goal handed...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

United States: Thousands feel the Bern in California

THOUSANDS of supporters gathered to hear US Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday night, the latest in a string of huge rallies for the leftwinger. Despite a last-minute venue change to the Memorial...

 

Austria: Kurz floats plan for island internment

AUSTRIA’S Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz suggested following “Australia’s example” of interning refugees in island camps in an interview in newspaper Die Presse yesterday. Mr Kurz said that “the Australian model can’t be copied one to one, but the...

 
England star James Milner: Three Lions must do this to be successful at Euro 2016

England star James Milner: Three Lions must do this to be successful at Euro 2016

There was Romania in 1970, France in '82, Tunisia 16 years later and a decade ago Paraguay. Yet other than those sporadic victories over the past 50 years, the first game of a major finals has usually been something of a major let down. When England...

 
William McGirt secures first win as Rory McIlroy settles for fourth at Memorial

William McGirt secures first win as Rory McIlroy settles for fourth at Memorial

The American produced a stunning birdie in the second extra play-off hole at 18 to edge out Jon Curran. Dustin Johnson, who had been in red-hot form, struggled on the back nine as McGirt chipped away at his lead. Four bogeys proved to be his downfall...

 
Man United boss Jose Mourinho soaks up Soccer Aid atmosphere ahead of Old Trafford bow

Man United boss Jose Mourinho soaks up Soccer Aid atmosphere ahead of Old Trafford bow

Mourinho opted out of his role as England manager for the charity Soccer Aid match against the Rest of the World, allowing Sunderland’s Sam Allardyce to oversee the team of former internationals and celebrities in conjunction with pop star Robbie...

 
Outrage to success: India comedian demonstrates Streisand effect

Outrage to success: India comedian demonstrates Streisand effect

Last week, police in the western Indian city of Mumbai asked Facebook and YouTube to remove a video mocking cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar and Bollywood singer Lata Mangeshkar. They had received complaints from politicians about the video, posted by...

BBC, 00:11 in World News
 
Breast cancer sufferers urged to stay on drugs for ten years to avoid disease return

Breast cancer sufferers urged to stay on drugs for ten years to avoid disease return

Women in the UK with the most common type of breast cancer could benefit from staying on key drugs for a decade, research suggests. Around 40,000 women in the UK with hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer, which is sensitive to oestrogen, could cut...

 

Rave organisers cancel future events indefinitely following death of 22-year-old woman

The organisers of a rave have announced plans to cancel future events indefinitely - after a 22-year-old woman died after taking drugs at their event. 'Core Blimey - The Carnival of Rave' took place at The Box, in Crewe on Saturday night. Police were...

 
Edinburgh Tattoo tout charges tourists and OAPs through the nose for military parade tickets

Edinburgh Tattoo tout charges tourists and OAPs through the nose for military parade tickets

TICKET tout Stuart ­Wearmouth is making a killing by fleecing OAPs and tourists attending the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The Scot makes a mockery of laws designed to stop touts cornering the ticket market. Wearmouth, who has made a fortune from...

 


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