News archive from 6 November 2016

Truss under fire over her failure to defend judges

Theresa May’s government was last night accused of failing to defend the judiciary from pro-Brexit political attacks as the row over last week’s court judgment on EU withdrawal intensified. An intervention by the Lord Chancellor Liz Truss failed to...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Politics
 

Warning over Scottish pollution levels after UK ministers lose legal action

The Scottish Government has been told it must take bold new steps to cut air pollution or risk legal action after UK ministers were successfully taken to court over their own environmental record. The UK Department for Environment and Rural Affairs...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
Jeremy Corbyn vows to block Brexit if PM doesn’t meet Labour’s demands

Jeremy Corbyn vows to block Brexit if PM doesn’t meet Labour’s demands

Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to block Brexit if Theresa May doesn’t agree to the party’s ‘bottom line’ – single market access. Labour will join forces with Remain supporters from the Tories and other parties to block Article 50 if the PM doesn’t guarantee...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 
QPR sack manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

QPR sack manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

QPR drew 1-1 at the City ground earlier today, with Idrissa Sylla scoring a late equaliser for the visitors. However that wasn't enough for Hasselbaink to keep his job. The Dutchman had led Rangers to 17th place in the Championship, winning just five...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
BREAKING: Three killed and three wounded in US mass stabbing spree

BREAKING: Three killed and three wounded in US mass stabbing spree

Authorities have revealed that three more people were left injured – but have not confirmed what prompted the attack in Newark, New Jersey. The attack, which took place at 4pm local time (8pm GMT), is currently under investigation after officers...

 

Mauricio Pochettino needs a player with a touch of magic to lift Tottenham to the next level

As a Tottenham man, I was alarmed to see the performance against Bayer Leverkusen at Wembley on Wednesday night. It was as bad as I have seen the team play for 18 months and a real worry going into such an important game as the north London derby...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

One sailor bit off his tongue and had to sew it back on in the middle of the ocean... so can Alex Thomson...

Alex Thomson scrunches up his face as he considers the horrors that happen at sea. He has frequently stared at disaster in his pursuit of the Vendee Globe but knows there are others who have had it worse. ‘There’s this French guy, a solo sailing...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Jamie Vardy is a 'big champion' who will score more than 10 goals this season, says Leicester City manager...

Jamie Vardy has been reassured he will hit double figures for Leicester City this season – and come good like the world's best under Claudio Ranieri. The Leicester boss is convinced the England international will return to the goal trail as he...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Australia were in a world of their own as they blew away miserable Wales 

It was impossible not to admire Australia’s performance as they took Wales apart in spectacular fashion. The rugby they played was confirmation of the difference in quality between the Six Nations and the Rugby Championship. That’s not to say we...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho will succeed or fail at Manchester United on his own terms... but will the risk be rewarded? 

Jose Mourinho has the same office that Sir Alex Ferguson once used at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground. To get there, Fergie would walk through the main canteen to swap gossip and jokes with his players or try out a bit of pigeon French...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

The last time England met India two players ended up in front of a judge - now they are ramping up the...

We have arrived in India a little bit under the radar but it is very clear there is a mood for revenge on their part after three consecutive Test series defeats by us.  There are adverts everywhere you look, talking about India taking their revenge...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Mako Vunipola's meteoric rise under Eddie Jones continues as the England head coach admits the prop is...

Eddie Jones said when he took over as England coach that there was not a single player in the country he considered to be world class.  Almost a year into his so-far-unbeaten tenure, England — and Saracens for that matter — arguably have four. Of Owen...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Heurelho Gomes ready to thwart Liverpool as the Hornets prepare to face Jurgen Klopp's in-form side

Heurelho Gomes does not recall his first Watford encounter with any great affection. ‘Horrible,’ he winced, referencing an empty, condemned stand and a dressing room not big enough to accommodate his Tottenham team-mates as they prepared for a League...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Arsenal vs Tottenham: The infamous gap is threatening to close as the great pretenders battle for supremacy

It is hard to imagine in the Arsene Wenger era but there was a time when Tottenham and Arsenal were more or less equal. In the late Seventies and early Eighties, both clubs lived off their Double-winning history, Tottenham’s from 1960-61 and Arsenal’s...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

PM vows her hands will not be tied over post-Brexit negotiations

Theresa May has vowed she will not allow her hands to be tied in negotiating a post-Brexit future for Britain, as she travelled to India on a mission to lay the groundwork for an "ambitious" trade deal. In an indication that she will not...

 


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