News archive from 9 January 2017

Steve Bruce transcript: This is what the Aston Villa boss had to say after the FA Cup defeat at Tottenham...

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce faced the press after the 2-0 FA Cup 3rd round defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. Here's a transcript of what he had to say: ON GABBY AGBONLAHOR All along I knew I was going to be losing two strikers in Ayew...

 
Golden Globes 2017 WINNERS LIST - Who won the MOVIE awards?

Golden Globes 2017 WINNERS LIST - Who won the MOVIE awards?

The ceremony kicks off at approximately 1am UK time, so refresh this page regularly once it all kicks off to see who walks away with the coveted prizes. In the meantime, take a look at the nominations below. Who are you betting on? Best Motion Picture...

 

Police Scotland catch more drink drivers during festive blitz

A higher proportion of motorists were caught drink-driving over the festive period – with nearly one in ten between the old and new limits. More than 600 drivers were found to be over the limit after Police Scotland increased the number of checks...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 

Sir Ivan Rogers 'criticised PM on Brexit before quitting as UK's EU ambassador'

Sir Ivan Rogers reportedly criticised Theresa May's approach to Brexit during talks with her predecessor weeks before quitting as the UK's ambassador to the European Union. The diplomat, who has resigned from the civil service with immediate effect...

 

Travellers warned to take conditions into account as temperatures plummet

Ice took hold in parts of Britain overnight, as temperatures plunged to the lowest of the winter so far in England. Racing has been abandoned at Lingfield Park in Surrey after an overnight temperature of minus 5.5C (22F) made the track frosty, while...

 
Martin Keown believes John Terry’s playing days are numbered after FA Cup red card

Martin Keown believes John Terry’s playing days are numbered after FA Cup red card

Martin Keown believes John Terry’s playing days are numbered after the Chelsea captain endured a nightmare return to first-team action. Having not featured for Antonio Conte’s side in over two months due to a muscular injury, Terry failed to make the...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 

West Yorkshire driver spared prison over horror crash

A DRIVER who caused injuries to other motorists when he lost control of his car after trying to overtake at speed has been spared a prison sentence. A court heard one woman suffered life-changing injuries in the collision caused by Jamie Sewell....

 

West Yorkshire pensioner locked up over historic sex abuse of girl

A PENSIONER has been jailed more than four decades after he carried out sex offences against a schoolgirl. Eric Bowman, 82, was locked up for three years, eight months, over the abuse he carried out against the youngster who was around 12 years old...

 
US vows to send MORE troops to EUROPE for ‘complex training’ to deter aggressive Putin

US vows to send MORE troops to EUROPE for ‘complex training’ to deter aggressive Putin

Lieutenant General Tim Ray said 2,800 pieces of military equipment were sent to Nato’s eastern border of Bremerhaven, a German port, to be used by 4,000 US troops near Russia’s borders. The new forces will gather first in Poland, then fan out across...

 

Inquiry Call After Israeli Agent Plot to ‘Take Down’ MPs

Tory aide Strizzolo forced to quit as astonishing video captures ‘hit list’ chat TORY aide Maria Strizzolo resigned yesterday after a senior Israeli embassy official was caught on camera discussing plans to bring down Westminster government ministers...

 

Barcelona star Ivan Rakitic linked with joining Pep Guardiola at Manchester City... but manager Luis...

Luis Enrique played down talk of Ivan Rakitic joining Manchester City after Barcelona lost ground in the title race. Real Madrid equalled Barca's Spanish record of 39 games unbeaten in all competitions by swatting aside Granada on Saturday. Their grip...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Imperial War Museum staff slam fire sale

Items being sold off for fraction of list value MUSEUM WORKERS criticised the Imperial War Museum (IWM) yesterday for blaming cutbacks on government funding shortfalls while selling its collection off at knockdown prices. The museum has reportedly...

 

Corbyn calls on May to act to heal NHS crisis

PM under pressure as problems deepen PRESSURE is mounting on Theresa May as the scale of the “humanitarian crisis” in the NHS become clear, with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn demanding an emergency statement in the Commons today. Concerns escalated when...

 

Portugal: Anti-fascist turned sellout Soares dies

He fought fascism but as president backed neoliberal policies FORMER Portuguese president Mario Soares, who reversed many gains of the 1974 Carnation Revolution at the behest of European social democracy, died in Lisbon at the weekend. The 92-year-old...

 

South Africa: Zuma acknowledges ANC mistakes

SOUTH AFRICAN President Jacob Zuma admitted at yesterday’s African National Congress 105th anniversary celebration that the ruling party has made mistakes. He insisted that the ANC was determined to root out the corruption destroying the country’s...

 


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