News archive from 8 July 2016

Tony Blair's legacy has crumbled but Iraq ruptured Labour long before Chilcot Report

Tony Blair's legacy has crumbled but Iraq ruptured Labour long before Chilcot Report

AS Tony Blair confronted his Iraq legacy at Admiralty House on Wednesday – the closest he will get to a court dock – I felt myself spooling back through two decades of British politics. It takes archive TV footage to remind you that in 2000, the...

 
Man United hero: Why Paul Pogba should snub Real Madrid for Old Trafford return

Man United hero: Why Paul Pogba should snub Real Madrid for Old Trafford return

The France superstar - who helped his country to the Euro 2016 final in the 2-0 win over Germany - has been heavily linked with a move back to Old Trafford. Pogba left United on a free transfer in 2012, unhappy at a lack of first-team football under...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
Farnborough: A key role in Britain's aerospace industry

Farnborough: A key role in Britain's aerospace industry

Farnborough: a small town in southern England; the birthplace of aviation in the UK and home for almost 70 years of arguably the world's most important air show. It's an event that regularly sees a torrent of corporate deals, and there's no doubt that...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
NHS plan to shut child heart surgery units causes outcry

NHS plan to shut child heart surgery units causes outcry

Two large hospitals, the Royal Brompton in London and Glenfield hospital in Leicester, have defied plans from NHS England to close their heart surgery units for children. NHS England has tried to settle a bitter 15-year argument following the deaths...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Forget El Niño, forecasters say 'The Blob' was to blame for strange seasonal shifts in the world's weather

Since 2013, a phenomenon known as 'The Blob' has brought unusually warm ocean temperatures to the Pacific. This was soon followed by the onslaught of the 2015-2016 El Niño – and combined, the two created a period of major climate disruption, forcing...

 

Newcastle's new signings get to work ahead of Championship season as Dwight Gayle and Matt Ritchie say Rafa...

Newcastle's new signings Dwight Gayle and Matt Ritchie look to have settled quickly into life on Tyneside after their big-money moves to the Magpies. Gayle swapped Crystal Palace for the north east last week in a £10million deal while Ritchie quickly...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

FA's departing chairman Greg Dyke yet to decide whether he'll write book about three turbulent years...

Departing FA chairman Greg Dyke had no qualms about being a Royal Box guest at Wimbledon on the day England's abject footballers could have been playing a Euro 2016 semi-final in Marseille if they had beaten Iceland and France. Dyke was enjoying the...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

France celebrate Euro 2016 semi-final win with 'Viking clap' made famous by Iceland

After their place in the final of Euro 2016 was sealed by the referee's final whistle, France decided to celebrate their victory over Germany with the 'Viking clap' made famous by Iceland. Following Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann's...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 
Guns and knives cost lives ... so hand in your weapons!

Guns and knives cost lives ... so hand in your weapons!

0 Have your say The ultimate opportunity to protect your loved ones and community starts next week with police weapons surrender. Monday sees start of the fortnight long amnesty in a bid to remove arms from South Yorkshire streets and stop them...

 

Sales slump as Marks and Spencer fails to attract “Mrs M&S”

It has attempted to reinvent itself many times - most recently by announcing plans to dedicate its clothing lines to “Mrs M&S”, its core over-50s customer. But the latest set of sales figures from Marks and Spencer has revealed that the most...

 

ICYMI, internet acronyms among new Oxford English Dictionary additions

Britons are pulling on budgie smugglers to go wild swimming, discussing starter marriages at stupid o’clock and sipping craft beer while planning their next elimination diet. TBH, not everyone will be bovvered by all of the 1,000 new words added to...

 

Five sentenced after boy, 16, tortured with hot iron over £80 debt

Five teenagers have been sentenced over the "sickening" hot iron torture of a 16-year-old boy because of a £80 debt. The victim was lured to a house in Oldham, Greater Manchester, where he was stripped and branded on his stomach, buttocks...

 

British troops to be deployed to eastern Europe amid Nato concerns over Putin

Hundreds of British troops are to be deployed to eastern Europe as part of a show of strength by Nato in the face of an increasingly assertive Russia. At the Nato summit in Warsaw, David Cameron will announce the deployment of a 500-strong battalion...

 

British troops to be deployed to eastern Europe amid Nato concerns over Putin

Hundreds of British troops are to be deployed to eastern Europe as part of a show of strength by Nato in the face of an increasingly assertive Russia. At the Nato summit in Warsaw, David Cameron will announce the deployment of a 500-strong battalion...

 

British troops to be deployed to eastern Europe amid Nato concerns over Putin

Hundreds of British troops are to be deployed to eastern Europe as part of a show of strength by Nato in the face of an increasingly assertive Russia. At the Nato summit in Warsaw, David Cameron will announce the deployment of a 500-strong battalion...

 


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