News archive from 7 April 2016

Charlie Sheen under investigation by elite LA stalking unit, say police

Charlie Sheen under investigation by elite LA stalking unit, say police

Los Angeles police said Wednesday that Charlie Sheen was the subject of a criminal investigation headed by detectives from an elite stalking unit. Officer Matthew Ludwig said Sheen was listed as a suspect in a criminal investigation report received on...

 
Manuel Pellegrini bans his Man City side from talking about creating history

Manuel Pellegrini bans his Man City side from talking about creating history

Pellegrini’s men find themselves on the brink of reaching the Champions League semi-finals for the first time following a 2-2 draw in the Parc des Princes. Goals from Kevin de Bruyne and Fernandinho left City in the driving seat ahead of next week’s...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Man United ace: How going up against Yaya Toure proved I can make it

Man United ace: How going up against Yaya Toure proved I can make it

The 23-year-old played in the No.10 position in the derby as the Red Devils secured a crucial victory at the Etihad. Lingard has been one of Louis van Gaal's key men this season, making 30 appearances for United in all competitions. He said:...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

NUJ slams anti-journalist spy Bill

JOURNALISTS are under threat from draft legislation giving the state powers to hack into their computers and communications, the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said yesterday. The Investigatory Powers Bill, dubbed by some a second Snoopers’...

 

Scottish renters take lousy landlords to task

INCREASING numbers of private renters in Scotland are reporting “lousy landlords” to authorities according to a new report published yesterday. Last year Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) dealt with 6,230 calls from renters raising issues ranging from...

 

Dugdale challenges opponents on tax

SCOTTISH Labour leader Kezia Dugdale called on her opponents yesterday to match her commitment to increase public spending before the Holyrood elections next month. Speaking in Edinburgh yesterday, Ms Dugdale pledged to “break away from Tory...

 

US: Sanders’s Wisconsin win raises presidential hopes

US DEMOCRATIC presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s Wisconsin state primary, boosting his campaign to become the party’s candidate for the White House. Leftwinger Mr Sanders beat Wall Street darling Ms Clinton by 57 per...

 

Honduras: Massive rise in homophobic killings since Zelaya toppled

A REPORT exposed yesterday how LGBT campaigners in Honduras have risked torture, prison and assassination since the US-backed 2009 coup. The British-based Index on Censorship used data gathered from local NGOs. It said 215  LGBT people were murdered...

 

Argentina: Leftwingers rally against gagging of TV channel

ARGENTINIAN opposition parties demonstrated yesterday in defence of anti-imperialist regional news broadcaster Telesur. The “Hug for Telesur” rally outside the network’s Buenos Aires office came in response to right-wing president Mauricio Macri’s...

 

Doctors are rightly angry

JUNIOR doctors have again demonstrated overwhelming backing for the stance of their BMA negotiators towards the government’s contract diktat by striking. They retain widespread public support because people understand that imposition of an unfair and...

 

Upending gender stereotypes while lifting the lid on off-limit subjects

Kyra Hanson interviews Hollie McNish who won the prestigious Arts Foundation prize for her spoken word poetry and has just published a new collection of verse Nobody Told Me Last year English poet Hollie McNish, 32, won the prestigious Arts Foundation...

 

Steel job losses will hammer more than just Port Talbot

The Tories are destroying our steel industry the same way they did our coal industry and communities across Wales and beyond face devastation, writes BERNADETTE HORTON “PORT TALBOT matters more than China,” “Labour’s £35bn action plan to save Port...

 

Panama Papers: Britain’s offshore finance empire exposed

by Joe Gill EDWARD SNOWDEN and WikiLeaks step aside. The Panama Papers leak, by revealing four decades worth of financial skullduggery connected to dozens of ruling families and elected leaders, is a fast-moving hurricane smashing through the...

 

Swiss Police Raid Uefa HQ Over Deal

Infantino urged to act to dispel concern after his name found on contract by Our Sports Desk SWISS police raided the offices of European football confederation Uefa yesterday, wanting to get hold of a set of dodgy contracts exposed by the Panama...

 
Paul Walmsley admits he may 'shed a little tear' if Anthony Joshua beats Charles Martin

Paul Walmsley admits he may 'shed a little tear' if Anthony Joshua beats Charles Martin

GB Boxing coach Paul Walmsley was in the corner throughout an amateur career that saw him go all the way to super-heavyweight gold at London 2012. Joshua takes on IBF champion Charles Martin at the 02 Arena this weekend and if he wins, Walmsley said:...

 


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