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Martin O'Neill: Republic performance not great against Georgia but win vital

Martin O'Neill was a relieved man after seeing the Republic of Ireland snatch three priceless World Cup qualifying points after a tense battle with Georgia. Seamus Coleman's senior first international goal secured a 1-0 Group D victory at the Aviva...

 

Alternative medicines warning as boy hospitalised after taking supplements

Doctors have warned of the dangers of alternative medicines after a four-year-old autistic boy was admitted to hospital suffering adverse effects from a cocktail of supplements. The child, who was not named in a report of the incident, had been...

 

Woolfe in hospital after MEPs ‘fight’

Ukip leadership hopeful allegedly punched in face UKIP’S leadership frontrunner was rushed to hospital yesterday after allegedly getting into a fight with a colleague at a meeting of party MEPs in Strasbourg. Steven Woolfe was reportedly punched in...

 

Chakrabarti new legal chief in Labour reshuffle

JEREMY CORBYN promoted four women last night as he kicked off a reshuffle of his top team, making former Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti his legal chief. Baroness Chakrabarti, who was elevated to the House of Lords in August, said it was “an...

 

Junior doctors ‘confused’ by new contract advice

by Sofia Lotto Persio UNCERTAINTY around the reviled new junior doctors contract has left many feeling confused over their legal protection, the Junior Doctors’ Alliance (JDA) pressure group said yesterday. The JDA has received reports of doctors not...

 

US: Washington under fire for its stance on drone killings

LEGAL action charity Reprieve condemned the US government on Wednesday night for its weak stance on drone killings around the world. The White House announced an international declaration on the applicability of international law and human rights in...

 

Greece: Health workers walk out and protest against cuts

HEALTHCARE workers marched through the Greek capital Athens yesterday during a 24-hour strike against brutal Brussels-dictated cuts to their services. Protesters marched past 10 state-run hospitals before reaching the Health Ministry, waving black...

 

South Africa: Gold firms rebuked for attacks on government

SOUTH AFRICA’S government hit back at “relentless public attacks” by two leading gold producers yesterday, a day after one of their employees died following violence outside a mine. President Jacob Zuma’s spokesman Bongani Ngqulunga urged Sibanye Gold...

 

Another sop to big business

TORY governments rarely allow anything to obstruct big business profits, so Communities Secretary Sajid Javid’s green light for Cuadrilla’s fracking trial comes as no surprise. Giving the go-ahead to extraction of gas at Little Plumpton by horizontal...

 

Alert as the common toad appears to be on its last legs

The toads bright eyes led to the belief that inside its head was a valuable jewel hence their slaughter – today’s threats are more complex but equally calamitous, says PETER FROST I love toads. I shared a garden once with one — he lived for years in...

 

‘Peaceful’ Peres: A brand without substance

RAMZY BAROUD exposes the bellicose track record of the deceased former Israeli president and prime minister FORMER Israeli prime minister and president Shimon Peres was a very successful brand. He was presented to the world as stately, wise, a...

 

Compensation could never equal justice

The Blacklist Support Group wants the people responsible for ruining countless lives to be grilled in court so that the truth of the scandal is fully exposed, writes Davie Smith Today I have the honour of speaking at the GMB Justice conference in...

 

Cricket: England face uphill struggle in Dhaka

Buttler says Bangladesh favourites for ODI on home soil Revenge is not on the mind of Jos Buttler as he leads England for the first time in a one-day international against Bangladesh today. It was the Tigers who inflicted one of the most painful...

 

Russia ‘long way off’ return to Paralympics

Russian athletes still have a long way to go before they can be readmitted to the Paralympics, the head of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said yesterday. Russia was barred from the recently concluded Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro for...

 


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