News archive from 13 June 2016

Yobs vandalise Dodworth primary school

Yobs vandalise Dodworth primary school

YOBS have left a trail of devastation at a Barnsley primary school, vandalising play equipment, trashing football nets and damaging the roof. Staff turned up to Dodworth St John’s Primary on Monday morning to find the mess in the playground, with...

 

Leaders: Sturgeon is caught in a cleft stick over Remain

First Minister risks being identified with one side of the debate and compromising her authority to speak for all of Scotland With opinion polls showing UK voters almost evenly split on the EU referendum, the ­turnout and verdict of Scottish voters...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
Jens Lehmann: Germany's possession game is more advanced than England's

Jens Lehmann: Germany's possession game is more advanced than England's

England conceded a last-minute goal against Russia in their opening Euro 2016 match while Germany notched a 2-0 win against Ukraine thanks to Bastian Schweinsteiger's strike at the death. Ex-Arsenal keeper Lehmann told BBC Radio 5 Live: "The...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Liverpool ready to spoil Jose Mourinho’s Man Utd plan: Arsenal and Chelsea also keen

Liverpool ready to spoil Jose Mourinho’s Man Utd plan: Arsenal and Chelsea also keen

The Leicester midfielder helped guide his team to Premier League glory last season and is already making headlines for France at Euro 2016. His displays have seen him heavily linked with a move away from the Foxes in recent months, with Arsenal,...

 

England show killer instinct to overwhelm Australia in first Test in Brisbane

Long before the historic deed was done, England were celebrating – repeatedly – at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday and their frenzied response to every mini-triumph illustrated the fervent intensity which overwhelmed Australia. Eddie Jones’ national team...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Australia will pay for their rude jibes, warns fuming England coach Eddie Jones

Eddie Jones has warned Australia that the ‘disgusting, demeaning and disrespectful’ response to his side on this tour will galvanise England’s quest to clinch a historic series win here on Saturday. The victorious national squad flew here on Sunday...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Andy Burnham calling for Hillsborough Law to re-balance inquests

Andy Burnham will call on the Home Secretary to support the introduction of a Hillsborough law to ensure the tragedy is a "watershed moment" for justice in Britain. Labour are set to force two votes on Monday, seeing the Leigh MP ask MPs of...

 
Now Trump orders Obama to RESIGN for failing to label Orlando massacre 'Islamic terrorism'

Now Trump orders Obama to RESIGN for failing to label Orlando massacre 'Islamic terrorism'

The brazen businessman condemned the President following the attack in which 50 people were shot dead by ISIS jihadi Omar Mateen at a gay nightclub. In a statement, the presumptive Republican nominee said: "Because our leaders are weak, I said...

 

Andy Burnham calling for Hillsborough Law to re-balance inquests

Andy Burnham will call on the Home Secretary to support the introduction of a Hillsborough law to ensure the tragedy is a "watershed moment" for justice in Britain. Labour are set to force two votes on Monday, seeing the Leigh MP ask MPs of...

 
E3: Fifa 17 story mode revealed at EA event

E3: Fifa 17 story mode revealed at EA event

Fifa - the bestselling football video game franchise - is to get a story mode in its next release. Its developer Electronic Arts announced the move at a press conference ahead of the start of the E3 video games expo. The facility lets gamers develop a...

 

Citizens Advice says 4.5 million have insecure work such as zero-hours contract

Around four and a half million people are in work which is insecure, such as zero-hours contracts, a new study has revealed. Research by Citizens Advice highlighted the scale of the issue in England and Wales, which the charity said was presenting...

 

Download motorists warned of M1 closure as unidentified man remains perched on motorway stanchion

A man who has climbed a motorway information stanchion and who refuses to come down is now sitting above the M1 in the dark while police unsuccessfully try to talk him down. The man, dressed in a black hoodie with the moto Victory or Valhalla on,...

 
Betting machine gamblers 'offered perks'

Betting machine gamblers 'offered perks'

Betting shop staff say they are told to offer gamblers perks to keep them playing on fixed-odds betting machines, a BBC investigation has found. One ex-manager said he was instructed to offer free bets and drinks - in one case it was suggested he...

BBC, 00:20 in Regional
 
Women over 50 'putting off cervical screening test'

Women over 50 'putting off cervical screening test'

One in three women over 50 has delayed or not attended their cervical screening test, which should take place every five years, according to a survey from a cervical cancer charity. The average delay was more than two years, but one in 10 put off the...

BBC, 00:20 in Regional
 

Swinney vows to impose new assessments

Minister disregards opposition from teachers SCOTTISH Education Secretary John Swinney told teachers that the Edinburgh government will impose new standardised assessments despite widespread opposition and fears that they will add to the burden on...

 


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