News archive from 13 July 2017

Chelsea ace Nathaniel Chalobah set for £5m exit: Watford and Swansea keen on midfielder

Chelsea ace Nathaniel Chalobah set for £5m exit: Watford and Swansea keen on midfielder

That’s according to The Sun, who claim Watford and Swansea are interested in snapping up the former England Under-21 international. Chalobah, 22, has spent the past 12 years on Chelsea’s books since joining them from west London rivals Fulham as a...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Kurt Zouma: Chelsea star to sign new deal - Stoke favourites to secure loan - report

Kurt Zouma: Chelsea star to sign new deal - Stoke favourites to secure loan - report

That’s according to The Telegraph, who reckon former Blues striker Mark Hughes is leading the race to secure the France international’s services. Zouma bounced back from a serious knee injury suffered against Manchester United in February 2016 to make...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Denmark's contraception aid to Africa 'to limit migration'

Denmark's contraception aid to Africa 'to limit migration'

Denmark has pledged more funds for family planning in developing nations, saying this could also help "limit the migration pressure on Europe". The Minister for Development Co-operation, Ulla Tornaes, said Copenhagen would contribute 91m...

BBC, 00:05 in World News
 
Chelsea book in medical for Tiemoue Bakayoko after Monaco finally accept £40m bid

Chelsea book in medical for Tiemoue Bakayoko after Monaco finally accept £40m bid

Chelsea have finally reached an agreement with Monaco for midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, with the 22-year-old set to fly into England to undergo a medical and pen terms on Friday. The Blues have been locked in negotiations for months over the imposing...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 
Niall Horan overtakes Harry Styles as the most popular One Directon member on Twitter

Niall Horan overtakes Harry Styles as the most popular One Directon member on Twitter

He may be the quietest out of the gang but Niall Horan has overtaken Harry Styles on Twitter to be the most popular of the One Direction boys on the social media platform. The Slow Hands singer, 23, has now reached 30.9 million followers, a...

Metro, 00:07 in Showbiz
 
The Windsors review: Skits about the modern Royal Family

The Windsors review: Skits about the modern Royal Family

I cannot remember it but when I presented it to my teacher, she handed it straight back. “You will have to send it to the Lord Chancellor for approval,” she said. I am sure, in 1981, this was not still true, rather she just could not face reading a...

 

F34 athlete Hayayei crushed by discus cage

PARA-ATHLETE Abdullah Hayayei died after a discus cage collapsed on him as he trained in east London ahead of the upcoming World Para-athletics Championships, the United Arab Emirates team revealed yesterday. The 36-year-old, who was due to compete in...

 

Coke recycle plans more ‘flat’ than ‘fizz’

PLANS by Coca-Cola to make half of all its plastic drink bottles from recyclables was branded more “flat” than “fizz” by green campaigners yesterday. The soft drinks giant said it would double the proportion of recycled plastic in all 20 of its...

 

M&S workers celebrate equal pay victory

OUTSOURCED Marks and Spencer warehouse workers celebrated yesterday after bosses agreed to up their pay to match that of in-house staff, writes Lucas Davies-Herbst. The 23 pickers and loaders at GIST Ltd, which supplies M&S stores across...

 

Loyalists use march to slam language Act

Blustering Henning accuses Sinn Fein of ‘cultural imperialism’ NORTHERN IRELAND’S Orange Order used yesterday’s July 12 marches to accuse Sinn Fein of “militant cultural imperialism” over language rights. Speaking at celebrations of the Battle of the...

 

Communists hail Mosul liberation

THE Iraqi Communist Party has hailed Mosul’s liberation from the Isis death cult — but called for social and political transformation in its wake. In a statement dated Sunday and seen by the Morning Star yesterday, the party said: “Iraqis are marking...

 

World in brief: Thursday July 2

Syria pounds al-Qaida LEBANON: Syrian air force jets pounded al-Qaida-linked militants in the Beqaa valley area yesterday in support of a Hezbollah offensive against them. The strikes hit Hetesh positions near Ras Baalbek and Arsal, where gunman and...

 

Sinn Fein are imperialists?

ORANGE Lodge deputy grand master Harold Henning accuses republicans of trying “to rid Northern Ireland of any semblance of British cultural identity.” These “militant cultural imperialists,” as Henning dubs them, seek to win through an Irish Language...

 

Trust the people with defending the revolution

PAUL DOBSON reports on the Communist Party of Venezuela’s efforts to build a revolutionary, worker-peasant unity at the heart of the new anti-imperialist and anti-fascist popular front Amid a national climate of increasing fascist terrorist attacks, a...

 

Britain must also leave the single market

If Labour want to stay in the single market, it will mean abandoning its manifesto, writes JONATHAN WHITE NO-ONE should really have been surprised that 50 Labour MPs took the first available opportunity to pledge their allegiance to the single market...

 


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