News archive from 7 November 2016

Manchester United star Memphis Depay drawing transfer interest from Marseille

Manchester United star Memphis Depay drawing transfer interest from Marseille

Manchester United star Memphis Depay is reportedly a transfer target for Olympique Marseille. The winger has an offer from the French side, but is keen to stay within the English top flight instead of move to Ligue 1. According to French publication...

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Suicide risk for child refugees

CITIZENS UK demonstrated at the Home Office in Croydon yesterday as they warned that child refugees were at risk of suicide following the closure of the Calais Jungle camp. Many children are suffering a “significant deterioration” in their mental...

 

Mencap calls for boost to workers with disabilities

MENCAP calls today for “urgent measures” to boost the number of people with learning disabilities in work, which currently stands at a paltry 5.8 per cent. The charity has found that just half of adults would prefer to work for a company that hired...

 

School accused of racial profiling

A BIRMINGHAM school has been accused of “racial profiling” after police were called on a seven-year-old Muslim boy when teachers mistook a piece of brass for a bullet. Officers were sent to interview the child at his home following a tip-off from...

 

South Africa: Nzimande pushes for members in Red October

SOUTH AFRICAN Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande urged a swelling of the ranks of the vanguard party yesterday to drive a radical “second phase” of the liberation struggle. Speaking at the launch of the SACP’s annual Red October...

 

Slow progress for Iraqi forces driving Isis from city of Mosul

IRAQI forces worked yesterday to clear districts on the eastern edge of Islamic State (Isis)-occupied Mosul as revenge bombings across the country killed at least 20 people. Isis claimed responsibility for a double bombing targeting Shi’ite pilgrims...

 

South Korea: Park aides held in cronyism scandal

TWO former aides of South Korean President Park Geun Hye were arrested yesterday over her links to the daughter of the “Korean Rasputin.” On Saturday up to 200,000 people — according to organisers — marched through the capital Seoul to demand the...

 

Left must lead on Brexit plan

PAYING lip service to honouring the result of the EU referendum is one thing. Ensuring that the reasons for that vote are understood and the wishes of the majority who voted Leave are implemented is evidently another. Too much of the left has remained...

 

Do the decent thing Iain and purge yourself!

Freshly reinstated to the Labour Party, CHARLEY ALLAN writes an open letter to general secretary Iain McNicol accusing him of bringing the party into disrepute DEAR Iain, Many thanks for your letter of October 31 informing me that my suspension has...

 

We must open our eyes to the Kurds’ oppression

With each passing day, Turkey looks ever more like a dictatorship. Not only has the British government remained silent but it colludes in this betrayal of democracy by selling Erdogan weapons, writes STEVE SWEENEY IT HAS been a tumultuous week in...

 

A great initiative serving workers and community

Unite South West’s Jobs and Training open day will provide support to anyone detached from work, writes PETER HUGHES I’M DELIGHTED to announce that Unite South West, in association with Tomorrow’s People, is holding our first Jobs and Training Open...

 

Super 6 put reds top of the table

Klopp remains cool on prospects as Liverpool stoke the fires at Anfield Liverpool 6-1 Watford by James Nalton at Anfield LIVERPOOL climbed to the top of the league table last night after a thorough dismantling of Watford at Anfield. Watford manager...

 

Arsenal hold top Tottenham to derby score draw at home

Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham by Tashan Deniran-Alleyne at Ashburton Grove OVERALL, it’s difficult to say which team would have been happier with the 1-1 draw in yesterday lunchtime’s north London derby as the result doesn’t quite suit either Arsenal or...

 

Conte leaves Koeman’s Toffees in a sticky mess

Blues tear apart Merseyside visitors in utterly stunning display at the Bridge Chelsea 5-0 Everton by Amar Azam at Stamford Bridge SAT HIGH in his seat in the west stand, club owner Roman Abramovich watched on with a satisfied grin as Chelsea tore...

 

Different but the same

Howard Brenton's Magnificence may be set in a class-divided Britain 40 years ago but it has uncanny echoes of what's happening now, says MAYER WAKEFIELD Magnificence Finborough Theatre London SW10 It's a real surprise that it has taken 40 years for...

 


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