News archive from 11 June 2016

PSG consider triggering £153m Neymar release clause to make world-record signing

PSG consider triggering £153m Neymar release clause to make world-record signing

The Daily Mail claim the French champions are considering meeting the £153m release clause in the Brazilian's contract. If they chose to do so and were able to complete a deal, it would be the blockbuster transfer of the summer and a new world-record...

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Red hot! Nicole Scherzinger puts a futuristic spin on chic trouser suit as she makes her triumphant return...

They're on the hunt for a brand new star. But it was out with the new and in with the old where the judges were concerned as The X Factor auditions kicked off at the King Power Stadium in Leicester on Friday, where former judges Nicole Scherzinger,...

 

'Evicted' Jackson Blyton and Alex Cannon join The Others... as Ryan Ruckledge and Andrew Tate are sent...

They've been described as 'pawns in the most devious game yet'. And that certainly seemed to be the case as the housemates of this year's Big Brother were giving one of the biggest shake ups yet during Friday night's first 'eviction' of the series....

 

Former bottle blonde Suki Waterhouse debuts new copper locks as she leads all-star fashion fans at Burberry...

Except for a dalliance with the dark side in 2014, Suki Waterhouse has always been known as a faithful blonde. But Bradley Cooper's ex-girlfriend, 24, seemed to fancy a little change this week as she went somewhere in-between with a new copper...

 

Is that you Poldark? Aidan Turner turns hipster as he sports a bushy beard at star-studded Oliver Spencer...

He sent hearts aflutter across the nation with his topless scything in BBC drama, Poldark.  But Aidan Turner looked world's away from his hunky on-screen alias as he stepped out to enjoy the Oliver Spencer fashion show in London on Friday. The...

 
Queen’s Birthday Honours for two north Northumberland residents

Queen’s Birthday Honours for two north Northumberland residents

0 Have your say Two north Northumberland residents from the same village have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Longframlington’s David Carr, who runs the village shop, and Carole Catchpole, founder of the Northumbrian Hedgehog...

 

Leeds bus workers to strike

BUS workers in Leeds will go on strike on Monday in a dispute over pay. The 24-hour walkout by Unite members at private operator First Bus follows what the union has called a “pitiful” pay proposal from the firm, which made an £11 million profit last...

 

Pay claim campaign will take case to the public

EIS delegates voted yesterday to build a publicity campaign in support of a pay claim to restore teacher wages to pre-financial crash levels. Glasgow delegate Charlotte Ahmed called for a “real pay rise and not a phoney pay rise,” saying that Greece...

 

Renters’ Rights Bill passes 2nd reading

THE Renters’ Rights Bill was debated and passed at its second reading in the House of Lords yesterday, as campaigners and politicians called for an end to letting fees. The Bill, drafted by Lib Dem Baroness Grender, would see an end to letting agents’...

 

Northern Ireland: Labour figures do battle on In-Out poll

FOUR labour movement figures put the case for and against leaving the European Union before a packed audience at Queen’s University Belfast on Thursday night, writes Lynda Walker. Irish Congress of Trade Unions assistant general secretary Peter...

 

Turkey: Kurdish separatists TAK claim bombing blame

HARDLINE separatist group the Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (TAK) claimed responsibility yesterday for Tuesday’s Istanbul car bombing that killed 11 people and injured 36. In a statement posted online, the TAK also warned tourists to stay away from...

 

Missing the point on the EU

ED MILIBAND is totally on the money to declare that the outcome of the European Union referendum is in the balance. However, his conclusion that this is because Labour has failed to make its stance on the EU clear to voters is way off the mark. It is...

 

Women have been shamefully betrayed by the government

Five women explain how the government’s unilateral pension changes have shattered their life plans and left them facing poverty and insecurity "I followed my dreams and went to live in Northern Cyprus, where I would still be if I had got my state...

 

Women's Pensions

Women born in the ’50s, who’ve paid their taxes and national insurance for decades, have now been left high and dry by changes to their pensions. Ruth Hunt talks to TRUDY BADDAMS – one of the activists who is doggedly fighting back TRUDY BADDAMS is a...

 

A spirit of militant class struggle

ROBERT GRIFFITHS reports from the French Communist Party Congress which takes place amid savage government attacks on workers’ rights A THOUSAND delegates and visitors filled the Paris Docks exhibition centre in Aubervilliers last weekend for the 37th...

 


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