News archive from 13 November 2017

Saints star Hartley sets sights on England's clash with Australia

Saints star Hartley sets sights on England's clash with Australia

Dylan Hartley is setting his sights on Australia after helping England to start their Old Mutual Wealth Series with a win. Hartley captained his country to a 21-8 victory against Argentina at Twickenham last Saturday. Next up at English rugby HQ is...

 

'Jon Stead could play until he's 40' insists manager Kevin Nolan after striker helped Notts County stay top...

Jon Stead could play until he is 40, claimed Notts County manager Kevin Nolan after the 1-1 draw away at Stevenage kept his side top of League Two. Stead, now 34, has played an average of 34 league games a season since the start of the 2007/08...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Liverpool winger Sadio Mane returns to Merseyside early after 'feeling old injury' on hamstring, Senegal...

Alarm bells have begun to ring at Liverpool after key man Sadio Mane returned early from international duty after 'feeling his old injury' to his hamstring. The Senegal Football Association have confirmed Mane made the trip back to Merseyside from...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
Theresa May to meet EU business leaders

Theresa May to meet EU business leaders

European business leaders will meet Prime Minister Theresa May later on Monday to voice concerns about the future of UK-EU trade. Experts from groups including the CBI and BusinessEurope will stress the need for a transitional deal that preserves the...

BBC, 00:06 in Regional
 

Billericay's £24k club-record signing Jake Robinson scores a hat-trick in FA Trophy against Bury Town as...

Sportsmail has teamed up with Marathonbet, fast becoming the champions of non-League, to follow the journeys of eight potential stars.  This past weekend a number of the eight players were in action from their sides up and down the country. Here,...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 
Danny Dyer’s marriage could be on the mend as he’s spotted wearing his wedding ring

Danny Dyer’s marriage could be on the mend as he’s spotted wearing his wedding ring

Danny Dyer and his wife Joanne Mas seem to be still solid as the actor was spotted wearing his wedding ring. The EastEnders actor and his other half, who tied the knot last year, have been hit with rumours that their marriage is going through a rocky...

Metro, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
‘Pregnant’ Kylie Jenner engaged? Star wears a giant ring to Kim’s Kardashian’s baby shower

‘Pregnant’ Kylie Jenner engaged? Star wears a giant ring to Kim’s Kardashian’s baby shower

Kylie Jenner is keeping fans guessing about whether or not she’s pregnant, and now there’s a new twist: a supposed engagement ring. Kylie, 20, was pictured celebrating at Kim’s baby shower when fans noticed a giant diamond rock on her finger. Could...

Metro, 00:11 in Showbiz
 

Government censorship of safety report on our nuclear weapons sparks anger

CAMPAIGNERS against nuclear weapons have slammed a government decision to censor safety reports on the Trident missile system. The annual reports — which in the past have listed a catalogue of problems, many attributed to cuts and skilled staff...

 

Beirut marathon turns into rally for return of Lebanese PM

YESTERDAY’S Beirut marathon turned into a political protest for the return of Lebanese ex-prime minister Saad Hariri from alleged captivity in Saudi Arabia. His portrait was hung from lamp posts along the route and one woman raised a placard reading:...

 

South Africa's National Union of Mineworkers blames AMCU for weekend of attacks

SOUTH Africa’s National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) blamed breakaway union Amcu yesterday for attacks on its members. Four workers at the Harmony goldmine in Kusasalethu, west of Johannesburg, were targeted on Saturday night. A home and a car were set...

 

World in brief

The latest news stories from around the world UNITED STATES: Turkey’s embassy in Washington hit back yesterday at claims that it had plotted with former national security adviser Michael Flynn to kidnap powerful Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen,...

 

What will Universal Credit mean for the self-employed?

Too little attention has been paid to the additional burden this "reform" will place on self-employed workers, argues CHARLOTTE HUGHES SELF-EMPLOYED people have always been regarded as the backbone of the British economy, with an approximate...

 

Prostitution is not work – it is a uniquely extreme form of commodification and abuse

The ‘sex work is work’ viewpoint misrepresents what it is to be a human being, writes MICK PARKIN AT THE TUC conference in September, Laura Watson from the English Collective of Prostitutes attempted to defend the idea that prostitution is simply...

 

Rugby League: Ireland dumped out of the World Cup despite winning two games

IRELAND coach Mark Aston called on World Cup organisers yesterday to take a look at the format after his side bowed out despite winning two of their three group matches. The Irish, who were 34-6 winners over Wales in Perth, have been one of the...

 

Christie: We have to win the war against Denmark

CYRUS CHRISTIE has challenged the Republic of Ireland to win the World Cup war against Denmark tomorrow after edging the battle in Copenhagen. Martin O’Neill’s men left the Parken Stadium on Saturday evening with a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their...

 


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