News archive from 12 January 2017

Tyre check warning to region’s motorists

Safety charity TyreSafe is urging motorists across East Yorkshire to ensure their tyres are suitable for the adverse driving conditions. The last time Britain experienced heavy snowfalls and record low temperatures was the winter of 2010/2011 – and...

 

Headlands School in touch with world of work

Headlands School has launched its very own window on the world of work thanks to a grant from the Bridlington Renaissance Partnership. Students can use new touch-screen technology at the school to find out more about career pathways, local...

 
'It's disrespectful' Marine Le Pen SLAMS rival Macron for speaking ENGLISH at conference

'It's disrespectful' Marine Le Pen SLAMS rival Macron for speaking ENGLISH at conference

The National Front leader, who took a shock lead in the polls yesterday, took to Twitter to condemn her opponent. She wrote: “Presidential candidate Macron goes to Berlin to do a conference in English … poor France!” Florian Philippot, the National...

 
Identity of MI6 agent 'responsible for Donald Trump's Russian blackmail dossier REVEALED'

Identity of MI6 agent 'responsible for Donald Trump's Russian blackmail dossier REVEALED'

Christopher Steele, 52, is said to be “terrified for his safety” and was reportedly forced to flee his home in Surrey on Wednesday morning after it became apparent his identity would be uncovered, according to the Wall Street Journal. The former...

 
Jurgen Klopp: My verdict on Philippe Coutinho’s return for Liverpool against Southampton

Jurgen Klopp: My verdict on Philippe Coutinho’s return for Liverpool against Southampton

After an ankle injury that kept him out for the past eight weeks, Coutinho made his comeback for Liverpool last night. The Brazilian playmaker managed a 30-minute cameo, however it came in a 1-0 defeat away to Southampton in the first leg of their EFL...

 

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge was 'little boy' compared to Southampton's Virgil van Dijk, says Jamie...

Virgil van Dijk versus Daniel Sturridge was 'like watching a man play against a little boy' according to Jamie Redknapp, as the Southampton defender dominated the Liverpool striker in their EFL Cup tie. The Saints beat the Reds 1-0 in the semi-final...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Jurgen Klopp struggles to put his finger on reasons for Liverpool's poor performance in EFL Cup semi-final...

Jurgen Klopp admitted he could not explain why his Liverpool side were so bad in their 1-0 EFL Cup semi-final first leg defeat to Southampton and that they were lucky not to be out of the tie already. The Liverpool manager, however, insisted that...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

A1077 to be closed to allow installation of steel flood defences in South Ferriby

A SECTION of the A1077 will be closed from tomorrow morning (Thursday, January 12) to allow emergency flood defences to be installed in South Ferriby. The road will be closed between Winterton and the junction with the B1204, towards Horkstow and...

 

Why you should NEVER drink to forget: Alcohol 'makes bad memories stronger'

Drinking to forget can actually strengthen bad memories, a new study has claimed. Scientists have found evidence that alcohol not only prevents you from forgetting bad memories but makes them stronger - by strengthening nerve cells connected to the...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

MPs hit out at £1bn waste on aid ‘fees’

Fury over cost of foreign aid DfID consultants TORY MPs turned on their spendthrift government yesterday for shelling out £1 billion a year of taxpayers’ cash on consultants for its foreign aid department. Philip Davies hit out at the “waste and...

 

Workers with 70 years service sacked

TRUSTEES of a 1,000-year-old aristocratic estate in Cornwall were accused of “modern feudalism” yesterday over plans to sack workers with a total of 70 years’ service between them. The 6,000-acre Port Eliot Estate in Cornwall has been owned for...

 

A going-over for Trump’s dodgy picks

Next attorney general’s rights record in focus US PRESIDENT-ELECT Donald Trump’s government appointees faced more congressional grilling yesterday after protesters accused his attorney general of racism. Demonstrators dressed in Ku Klux Klan robes...

 

Israel: General strike in protest at vengeful homes demolition

PALESTINIAN citizens of Israel launched a general strike yesterday after authorities bulldozed 11 homes in the city of Kalansua. Tuesday’s demolition of the homes allegedly built without planning permission was ordered by Israeli PM Benjamin...

 

Northern Ireland: Sinn Fein keen to give voters their chance to judge DUP

SINN FEIN’S Northern Ireland health minister rejected talks yesterday aimed at averting a snap election for the Stormont assembly. Michelle O’Neill said the British government needs to press ahead and call the poll following Monday’s resignation by...

 

No, Obama, you couldn’t

BARACK OBAMA’S farewell speech was a self-congratulatory performance that played down political failure but contained a telling reference to the scale of a task that proved beyond him. The outgoing president highlighted the aspiration of his enthused...

 


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