News archive from 10 September 2016

PSG respond to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s claim over unpaid salary

PSG respond to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s claim over unpaid salary

Paris Saint-Germain have moved to clear up Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s claim that he has not been paid the final part of his salary by revealing that the striker is yet to provide the requisite document. In an interview with SFR Sport which aired on...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho sidesteps Pep Guardiola rivalry with his full focus on the pitch

Jose Mourinho has downplayed talk surrounding his rivalry with Pep Guardiola, telling those looking for a fight to watch Kell Brook's bout with Gennady Golovkin rather than the Manchester derby. Students of the game during Sir Bobby Robson's time at...

 

Alafoti Faosiliva's red card changed the game - Worcester head coach Carl Hogg

Worcester head coach Carl Hogg claimed that flanker Alafoti Faosiliva's red card changed the outcome of a game that saw the Warriors held 23-23 at home by Aviva Premiership rivals Gloucester. The Warriors appeared well on course to christen their new...

Belper News, 00:04 in Sport
 

Chinese consortium insist they're still hopeful of Hull City takeover after £6m payout

The backers behind the Chinese consortium hoping to take over Hull City insist they haven't given up on gaining control of the club and have revealed they've already paid a huge deposit. The Mail understands the Chinese investors have paid a £6m...

 

Tony Smith hails Matty Russell as Warrington waltz past Widnes

Tony Smith hailed Matty Russell as Warrington had little trouble maintaining top spot in Super League to move three points clear of Hull and Wigan. Smith, whose side face both Wigan and Hull in their final two matches, saw the Wolves beat Widnes...

Belper News, 00:04 in Sport
 

Pru staff plan walkout to keep 82 jobs in Britain

STAFF at insurance company Prudential are to stage two 24-hour strikes against the transfer of jobs to India. The company plans to move 82 jobs from its Reading headquarters to India. Staff, who have been on an indefinite work-to-rule since August 31,...

 

Rising Class A drugs purity leads to more deaths

by Sofia Lotto Persio DRUG-RELATED deaths have hit record levels as the purity of heroin and cocaine increases, official figures published yesterday reveal. Fatalities involving the two class A drugs were at their highest since comparable records...

 

Britain set to miss clean energy targets in 2020

Electricity only sector on target as Tories fail to tackle heating and transport by Sofia Lotto Persio THE government is on course to miss its modest international renewable energy targets, a damning new parliamentary report warned yesterday. Under...

 

Ex-cop wants his killing of a naked black man ignored

FORMER police officer Robert Olsen asked a judge yesterday to dismiss charges over his killing of a naked unarmed black man with mental health problems. Mr Olsen shot Anthony Hill dead on March 9 2015 after being called to deal with his “erratic”...

 

Sweet workers bitter over bosses’ strike-breaking bid

by Ben Chacko US SWEET manufacturer Just Born sparked outrage yesterday as it announced it was hiring scabs to undermine a strike by its workforce. Vice-president Matt Pye said the firm, which produces a popular marshmallow confectionery called Peeps,...

 

EU starves Greece to force sell off

Eurogroup Ministers withold next portion of ‘bailout’ cash by Our Foreign Desk EU FINANCE ministers are threatening to withhold a €2.8 billion (£2.4bn) wad of bailout cash from Greece for not selling off public assets fast enough. The eurogroup,...

 

Pity the billionaire parasites

WON’T someone think of the billionaires? After all, they work so hard but all they get in return is moan, moan, moan. Take that worthy captain of industry, ex-BHS owner Philip Green (with wealth of £4.4 billion). They won’t even leave him alone on his...

 

The north is great. But am I a proud northerner?

If any further proof was needed that Britain — and perfidious Albion specifically — is a nation riven by divisions on economic, geographic and indeed philosophical grounds this week should serve to dispel any lingering doubts. Melvin Bragg’s excellent...

 

Labour must stand for peace and justice

Under Jeremy Corbyn’s continued leadership, Labour can become a voice for peace and international law says DIANE ABBOTT THE current Labour Party leadership ballot may have been unwanted by those of us who wanted to get on with the job of fighting the...

 

Assisted suicide: An all singing, all dancing show

Ben Cowles talks with LIZ CARR about politics, assisted dying and the inspiration for her new musical ASSISTED dying is legal in only a handful of countries. Proponents of the policy believe that people with severe terminal illnesses should be allowed...

 


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