News archive from 9 August 2017

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho gives update on Gareth Bale transfer

Jose Mourinho has given up on Manchester United's chase for Real Madrid's Gareth Bale and says “It's game over.” The United manager had lined up a potential move for the 28-year-old Welsh international. There has been speculation that with Madrid boss...

 

Michael Johnson claims IAAF chiefs BLOCKED Isaac Makwala from entering London Stadium to help Wayde van...

Sprint legend Michael Johnson sensationally claimed athletics chiefs blocked Wayde van Niekerk's rival in the 400m final as they wanted the South African superstar to win. Botswana's Isaac Makwala was denied access to the London Stadium by the IAAF,...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Roy Keane in line to be new Israel boss after his Republic of Ireland contract expires next summer

The FAI has refused to comment on reports that Roy Keane has emerged as a shock target to become the new Israel manager. The Israeli media group ONE insists the Republic of Ireland assistant manager is in line to take charge for the Euro 2020...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Tory ministers in Edinburgh for Brexit talks with Scottish Government

Tory ministers in Edinburgh for Brexit talks with Scottish Government

SNP ministers are to demand the UK Government abandons its Brexit “power grab” during talks with Theresa May’s closest cabinet ally in Edinburgh today. Damian Green, the First Secretary of State, is meeting John Swinney, the Deputy First Minister, and...

 
Alexis Sanchez will not leave Arsenal in the current transfer window - Martin Keown

Alexis Sanchez will not leave Arsenal in the current transfer window - Martin Keown

The Manchester City target has one more season left on his current deal and looks set to stay for the time being with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger refusing to sell him. The Frenchman insists he is relaxed about losing the 28-year-old for free at the end...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
New massive dinosaur was ‘largest creature to ever roam the Earth’

New massive dinosaur was ‘largest creature to ever roam the Earth’

Paleontologists have found the discovered the biggest creature to have ever walked the Earth. Studies on fossils from the dinosaur Patagotitan mayorum show that it weighed around 62 tonnes, and measured more than 35 metres from nose to tail. The...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 
Children as young as five are being excluded for sexual misconduct at school

Children as young as five are being excluded for sexual misconduct at school

Children as young as five are being excluded from school for sexual misconduct, including sexual abuse and distributing pornographic images. An investigation has found that hundreds of pupils have been either permanently or temporarily kicked out of...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 

Social care for kids ‘at breaking point’

Nothing left in authorities’ coffers as number of cases rockets SOCIAL care for children is at breaking point as soaring demand for emergency help pushes councils’ threadbare budgets to the limit, according to new research published today....

 

Date set for race-hate speeches trial

A TRIAL date has been set for a man accused of stirring up racial hatred in two speeches. Jack Renshaw, 22, is said to have committed the public order offences during a demonstration by the far-right group North West Infidels in Blackpool on March 12...

 

More advice sought over Murdoch’s Sky takeover

THE government is seeking further advice from Ofcom on Rupert Murdoch’s £11.7 billion bid to take over Sky, having received “new evidence and comments.” The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has written to the competition...

 

Opposition fails in bid to oust Zuma

ANC supporters celebrate defeat of no-confidence motion SOUTH AFRICA’S President Jacob Zuma survived the latest opposition bid to unseat him yesterday. National Assembly speaker and ruling ANC chairwoman Baleka Mbete, who allowed the secret ballot in...

 

Mental health: The vulnerable suffer what they must?

Unless the government invests in mental health facilities, sufferers will continue to live in unacceptable situations, says CHARLOTTE HUGHES MENTAL health is a subject we often see in the news these days. Labels are often placed on individuals and...

 

Sex matters

Proposed changes to the law on gender self-identity have huge implications for all of us. There should be room in our movement for greater understanding and dialogue, writes KIRI TUNKS The government’s announcement that it will consult on a change in...

 

Yes, young black men have every right to fear the police

Society’s response to the death of Rashan Charles after being restrained by police shows racism still festers in public life, says DANIEL KEBEDE THE CCTV footage of the final moments of Rashan Charles’s life has shocked many. A young black man ending...

 

Middleton to make use of squad depth

England start World Cup with over 392 caps on the bench England will showcase enviable squad depth when they kick off the Women’s Rugby World Cup tournament against Spain today. Head coach Simon Middleton has named 12 World Cup newcomers in the...

 


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