News archive from 10 May 2017

Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain left fuming after being stamped on by Kamil Glik in Champions League clash

Gonzalo Higuain was left pounding the turf in frustration after Monaco defender Kamil Glik appeared to aim a deliberate stamp at him. Tempers frayed in the latter stages of Juventus and Monaco's Champions League semi-final second leg, which eventually...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Blood pressure cure: Snacking on THIS will lower it to healthy levels

Blood pressure cure: Snacking on THIS will lower it to healthy levels

High blood pressure - also called hypertension - is an increasingly common condition as you get older. However, there are seven million people in the UK who don’t realise they have it - only having your blood pressure taken can reveal if you do. It’s...

 
EXCLUSIVE: Broccoli pill to save your life - tablet to prevent thousands of stroke deaths

EXCLUSIVE: Broccoli pill to save your life - tablet to prevent thousands of stroke deaths

Taken daily the potent, statin-like tablet packed with the healing properties of a naturally occurring wonder chemical could become a game-changing treatment. Studies suggest the impact of a stroke could be signifi cantly reduced by sulforaphane –...

 
Man Utd and Chelsea go head-to-head: Jose Mourinho demands this of Ed Woodward

Man Utd and Chelsea go head-to-head: Jose Mourinho demands this of Ed Woodward

Bolstering the United frontline is a priority for Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese manager has apparently set his sights on landing Antoine Griezmann and Lukaku this summer An £85million bid is being proposed for Everton’s hitman, meaning a double deal...

 
Diego Costa offers latest update on China move: This will shock Chelsea fans

Diego Costa offers latest update on China move: This will shock Chelsea fans

Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian have made an astonishing £75million offer to Chelsea for Costa with a contract worth an eye watering £650,000 a week after tax – almost double Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s pay packet at Manchester United. Having been...

 
Sam Billings blocked from playing in IPL in favour of England role

Sam Billings blocked from playing in IPL in favour of England role

Billings, who kept wicket in the absence of Jos Buttler in the 2-0 Royal London Series victory over Ireland which concluded at Lord’s on Sunday, will not fly back to play for the Delhi Daredevils, as was originally planned. Billings’ franchise team...

 

Hypocritical Tories caught out on energy

Tories regurgitate Miliband’s ‘socialist’ policy by Felicity Collier ENERGY SECRETARY Greg Clark admitted yesterday that he has never switched energy suppliers in order to get a cheaper deal as it’s a “hassle.” His comments came despite lecturing...

 

‘Developed nation’ Britain is bottom of wage rise table

BRITAIN has dived to third from bottom place on the league table of wage in 34 developed nations, the TUC reveals today. And real wages are predicted to fall further in Greece, Italy, Britain and Portugal between 2016 and 2018. The TUC based its...

 

POA: ‘More riots on the way in understaffed jails’

ENGLAND’S jails are “sleepwalking” into another bout of riots, an officer at Bedford jail warned yesterday. At the peak of an autumn of prison unrest last year, 200 prisoners rioted at HMP Bedford over lockdowns and poor conditions. The Prison...

 

‘Russians never, never, never shall be slaves’

Putin warns off foreign nations as country marks Soviet crushing of fascism VLADIMIR PUTIN vowed yesterday that the Russian people would never be enslaved as he led commemorations of the Soviet victory over nazism. Military parades and marches in...

 

Ukraine: Police arrest 45 amid attacks on victory marches

UKRAINIAN police arrested over 50 people yesterday as neonazis attacked those celebrating the victory over fascism in the second world war. Deputy Interior Minister Serhiy Yarovoy said 25 of those were detained in the capital Kiev. There far-right...

 

France: Ex-PM Valls swiftly defects to President Macron’s party

FORMER French prime minister Manuel Valls announced his defection to president-elect Emmanuel Macron’s party yesterday. Mr Valls said his own Socialist Party was “dead and behind us” and he wished to run for Mr Macron’s En Marche party in next month’s...

 

Transparent hypocrisy

THERESA MAY’S half-baked proposal for a cap on energy prices won’t prevent prices from going up “year on year,” she admits, but it was never intended to do so. It was always a desperate ploy to pretend that the Tories are concerned about working...

 

The labour movement has lost a great comrade

Activist and trade unionist JOE DAVIS devoted his adult life to furthering the cause of socialism. Here, four of his fellow comrades and closest friends, Gary Fabian, Martin Gould, Paul Street and Barry Todman, pay tribute to him THE trade union and...

 

Only Labour can save Wales from the Tories

MARY GRIFFITHS CLARKE, Labour candidate for Arfon constituency, tells Ben Chacko why the people of Wales must vote Labour in the upcoming election MARY GRIFFITHS CLARKE is no stranger to politics, having fought an impressive Labour campaign in the...

 


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