News archive from 9 June 2016

23 injured after police clash with students in Papua New Guinea

0 Have your say Police in Papua New Guinea fired gunshots yesterday to quell a student protest demanding the prime minister’s resignation, the government said. The country’s police commissioner said nearly two dozen people were injured, but denied...

 
Mark Lawrenson says Roy Hodgson is lucky to still be England boss

Mark Lawrenson says Roy Hodgson is lucky to still be England boss

Hodgson oversaw a hugely disappointing World Cup campaign in Brazil two years ago as the Three Lions were dumped out at the group stage. And Lawrenson believes the 68-year-old is fortunate to still be in a job, despite England's perfect Euro 2016...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard want me to join Chelsea but my focus now is on Euro 2016, says Belgium...

Chelsea target Radja Nainggolan has revealed Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois have urged him to join this summer. Chelsea had a £27million offer for the Roma midfielder rejected this week and he has stated he is happy to stay in Italy despite Antonio...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Dana White: Floyd Mayweather never called me to arrange a fight with Conor McGregor

Dana White: Floyd Mayweather never called me to arrange a fight with Conor McGregor

Last month, it was claimed that Mayweather Jr, who is currently enjoying retirement, was on the verge of striking a deal to fight the UFC's featherweight champion in a boxing match. It's been widely reported that the proposed contest, which has been...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
Vodafone says Ghana needs to meet financial obligations for growth

Vodafone says Ghana needs to meet financial obligations for growth

ACCRA Britain's Vodafone (VOD.L) said on Wednesday that plans to return its Ghana operations to profit-making were hampered by the West African country's failure to fulfil its financial obligations as minority shareholder. The world's largest mobile...

Reuters, 00:04 in Business
 

BHS chief executive: Owner wanted me dead

0 Have your say The man who bought BHS for £1 from Sir Philip Green threatened to kill the high street chain’s chief executive, a parliamentary hearing has been told, as he was branded a “premier league liar” who had his “fingers in the till”. The...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Business
 
Portsmouth ambulances late to two life-threatening incidents, says report

Portsmouth ambulances late to two life-threatening incidents, says report

Ambulances were late to two life-threatening incidents, including a motorway accident, one evening in February because so many emergency vehicles were tied up in queues outside a hospital A&E department, health inspectors have revealed. Sixteen...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Elderly LGBT patients ‘still face prejudice’

Report reveals doctor refused to treat patient without chaperone GAY people are facing “significant barriers” to end-of-life care due to discrimination and fear of prejudice, a leading charity revealed yesterday. Research from terminal illness support...

 

Corbyn won’t back down with PM truce

‘We’re not fighting the same fight on EU’ LABOUR will not call a truce and campaign alongside the Tories in the final weeks of the EU referendum campaign — no matter how close the polls get, a party spokesman vowed yesterday. Leader Jeremy Corbyn has...

 

GMB Conference: NHS bed-blocking on rise as Tories slash social care

CUTS to social care have led to a staggering 32 per cent rise in bed-blocking, a new study revealed yesterday. NHS patients in England ready to be discharged were delayed by 1.81 million days due to a shortage of alternative care in 2015-16. In...

 

Colombia: War on Want slams murders of strikers

Campaigning anti-poverty group warns of ‘human rights crisis’ CAMPAIGNING anti-poverty charity War on Want warned yesterday of a “human rights crisis” in Colombia, where striking farmworkers have been attacked and murdered. The strike organised by the...

 

Youth groups give support to Syria’s fight against terror

WORLD youth organisations have lent their solidarity to Syria’s government in its war against foreign-backed terrorists and mercenaries. A six-day international preparatory meeting for next year’s World Festival of Youth and Students (WFYS) in Russia...

 
Something to chew on - the rising popularity of meal kits

Something to chew on - the rising popularity of meal kits

You know what it's like. You get home after work exhausted, the fridge is empty, and before you know it you're dialling the number of your nearest takeaway. Cooking at the end of a long day can be overwhelming. But there is increasingly an alternative...

BBC, 00:08 in Business
 

Brazil: Law chief seeks arrest of Temer allies

BRAZIL’S attorney general has requested the arrest of several allies of acting President Michel Temer for obstructing the Car Wash corruption probe at state oil firm Petrobras. TV Globo reported on Tuesday that Rodrigo Janot was seeking to have former...

 

Hardly utopia for workers

PROJECT FEAR, which should have been consigned as a campaigning tactic to the dustbin of history after being discredited during the Scottish independence referendum, is enjoying a fresh lease of life. David Cameron, who stated before the current EU...

 


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