News archive from 12 October 2016

The Tories’ biggest joke is on the working class

After their fascist-tinged policies last week, THOMAS HIBBETS writes on the Tories’ ridiculous claim to be representing the ‘centre ground’ of British politics and disparages the right-wing media which backs them up THEY SAY a lot can change in a week...

 

Boxing: Judgement day for Fury with career on the line

Tyson Fury faces being stripped of his licence at today’s meeting of the British Boxing Board of Control. Fury’s case will be discussed by officials after a reported failed drugs test in the United States and his admission in Rolling Stone magazine...

 

The father of himself

Who is Jean-Paul Sartre? That’s the question the extraordinary French philosopher, playwright, novelist, political activist, biographer and literary critic spent much of his life asking. In this extract from his new biography, GARY COX posits an...

 

ITUC demands Fifa ends abuse of Qatar workers

IT IS “unconscionable” that the 2022 Qatar World Cup is being “built on the back of modern slavery,” the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) told the Star yesterday. General secretary Sharan Burrow attacked Fifa and the oil-rich Gulf state...

 
Man United in no rush to extend stars' deals: Ace sweats on long-term future - report

Man United in no rush to extend stars' deals: Ace sweats on long-term future - report

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Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

Gareth Southgate admits Joe Hart's heroics saved England in Slovenia stalemate after lacklustre display

Gareth Southgate conceded on Tuesday night that England were indebted to Joe Hart after the goalkeeper rescued lacklustre England from a shock defeat in Slovenia. The goalkeeper made a string of stunning stops to ensure Southgate's side left Ljubljana...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
500,000 Britons a year will be diagnosed with cancer by 2035, study shows

500,000 Britons a year will be diagnosed with cancer by 2035, study shows

More than half a million Britons a year will be diagnosed with cancer by 2035, making it hard for NHS services to cope with the extra demand for testing and treatment, Cancer Research UK (CRUK) has warned. The number of people across the UK found to...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 
DR Congo stability at extreme risk, UN warned

DR Congo stability at extreme risk, UN warned

The Democratic Republic of Congo is at "extreme risk" of descending into widespread violence, the UN Security Council has been warned. UN envoy Maman Sidikou said threats to the 18,000-strong peacekeeping mission there outstripped its...

BBC, 00:05 in World News
 

Gordon Strachan refuses to talk about position and is 'proud' of Scotland despite heavy loss against Slovakia

Gordon Strachan refused to be drawn into discussing his position as Scotland manager in the wake of a dire 3-0 defeat against Slovakia. The 59-year-old is now under intense pressure after hopes of reaching the 2018 World Cup were dealt a potentially...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Sunderland suffer defensive blow as Jason Denayer is ruled out for four weeks after tearing adductor muscle   

Sunderland have been hit by an injury setback to defender Jason Denayer who has been ruled out for up to four weeks. The Belgian defender tore his adductor muscle during his country’s Under 21 international against Montenegro last Friday. Sunderland...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
Man United consider January midfielder raid: Star keen on Premier League switch - report

Man United consider January midfielder raid: Star keen on Premier League switch - report

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Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 

Premier League stars Petr Cech and Gareth Barry honoured in 2017 Guinness Book of World Records... but why...

Premier League stalwarts Petr Cech and Gareth Barry are among the stars of the sporting world honoured in the new edition of the Guinness World Records book. Arsenal goalkeeper Cech takes his place among the weird and wonderful records in the newest...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Banks are snatching back PPI payouts: They've paid out £25bn after years of mis-selling - but now say they...

Banks are trying to claw back PPI compensation paid years ago to victims of the £25 billion mis-selling scandal, Money Mail can reveal. Customers are receiving shock bills for thousands of pounds because banks wrongly calculated their payment...

 

MARKET REPORT: FTSE breaks record then sinks as experts say stock market rise is being driven by sterling's...

The FTSE 100 briefly hit a record yesterday after climbing in morning trading – but it couldn't keep it up for the duration and ended up losing ground. The market peaked at 7129.8, beating the previous record that was set on April 27, 2015 when it...

 

Japanese tech giant Fujitsu axes 1,800 British jobs as part of 'transformation programme'

Fujitsu has told workers up to 1,800 British jobs could go as part of a 'transformation programme'. The Japanese electronics company, which employs 14,000 in the UK, said it hoped to grow its new digital side of the business and scale back the area...

 


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