News archive from 13 December 2017

Chelsea see £22million transfer offer for Leon Bailey turned down

Chelsea see £22million transfer offer for Leon Bailey turned down

Bayer Leverkusen have turned down a £22million bid for Leon Bailey from Chelsea, reports say. The January transfer window has not even opened yet, but the Blues have already begun tabling offers for players. Bailey is considered one of the brightest...

Metro, 00:02 in Sport
 
In the courts of Lincolnshire

In the courts of Lincolnshire

The following cases have been heard at magistrates courts in Lincolnshire: Olegs Ivonovs, 27, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to theft of razors and razor blades to the value of £121.48, razors and razor blades to the value of £90 and razors and...

 
Lancaster Just Jane gets stripped of paint in bid to return Lancaster to the skies

Lancaster Just Jane gets stripped of paint in bid to return Lancaster to the skies

Lincolnshire's Just Jane Lancaster has been stripped of all her paint and her structure is being surveyed as part of an ambitious plan to return her to the skies. Lancaster NX611 is famous for performing taxi runs at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage...

 
Conor McGregor: Khabib Nurmagomedov makes surprising statement on 'Mac'

Conor McGregor: Khabib Nurmagomedov makes surprising statement on 'Mac'

Nurmagomedov makes his long-awaited return to the Octagon later this month in the co-main event of UFC 219, which takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. His opponent at the final pay-per-view card of the year will be the dangerous Edson...

 

Government has failed delivery drivers, says Labour

Felicity Collier reports THE government has failed to act over “Dickensian” working conditions for delivery drivers, Labour said yesterday. Shadow business secretary Rebecca Long Bailey was responding to an investigation by the Sunday Mirror which...

 
Snow weather forecast WARNING: Cold snap could trigger heart attack and stroke, NHS report

Snow weather forecast WARNING: Cold snap could trigger heart attack and stroke, NHS report

Snowy weather weather over the weekend has certainly made Briton feel a little more festive in the run up to Christmas, but the NHS warn that the following cold snap could be deadly. The health service has warned of an increased risk of heart attack...

 

Back us on Brexit, Labour asks dissident Tories

LABOUR is urging Tory rebels today to back its demand for Parliament to have a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal.   The party hopes to persuade dissident Conservatives to vote for its amendment to the European Union Withdrawal Bill that would...

 

Children's learning at risk from narrowing curriculum, teachers warn

CHILDREN’S learning is at risk from the “narrowing” of the curriculum, the National Education Union (NEU) said yesterday as a report warned of poor primary-school performance in maths. A study published by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) and the...

 

Italy declares state of emergency over gas shortage after key Austrian pipeline blows up

ITALY declared a state of emergency yesterday after an explosion ripped through a gas plant in Austria, cutting off southern Europe’s main gas supply.   The explosion, which took place at Beamgarten near Vienna, killed one person and injured 18...

 

Woman sentenced to 50 lashes in Iran for attending Kurdish rally

KURDISH woman Zamaneh Zeiwy has been sentenced to 50 lashes after being arrested in Iran for attending a pro-independence rally. She was arrested in September for taking part in street celebrations after Iraqi Kurds voted overwhelmingly for...

 

Saudi Arabia 'must end' Yemen blockade, says UN

SAUDI ARABIA must end its blockade of Yemen, a United Nations official has demanded, warning that more than eight million people are on the brink of famine. UN humanitarian co-ordinator Jamie McGoldrick called late on Monday for all parties “to fully...

 

It's one rule for the rich on Royal Mail

Working people can do the maths, minister – and we know privatisation was a rip-off “I THINK you can do the maths yourself,” was Business Minister Margot James’s patronising putdown to Labour MP Christian Matheson’s point about postal workers’ right...

 

'Alien bright spots' could be proof Ceres is NOT a dead world: NASA reveals they could be a sign of...

Mysterious bright spots dotting the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres have baffled scientists since they were first spotted two years ago. NASA’s Dawn spacecraft captured the first images of two distinctly reflective areas in 2015 – and in the time...

 

James Anderson: Duckett incident is a non-story

JAMES ANDERSON said yesterday that the incident that saw England Lions batsman Ben Duckett pour a drink over the bowler’s head was “blown out of proportion.” Duckett was suspended from the remainder of the Lions tour after his prank on England’s...

 

Why lies about Santa are good for your child's mental health, according to a psychologist

Christmas is a magical time of year, especially for children. Unfortunately, between elaborate Elf on the Shelf staging and fending off questions about Santa, parents are often left wondering how much of the magic depends on them. Specifically, many...

 


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