News archive from 14 May 2016, page 13

John Miller: Trump denies posing as his own spokesman in 1990s

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has denied masquerading as a spokesman for himself in the 1990s after an audio tape was published. The Washington Times says it obtained a 1991 phone conversation between a PR man calling himself John...

BBC, 05:13 in World News
 
Arsenal, Man United and Chelsea rocked: Real Madrid will not sell superstar for any price

Arsenal, Man United and Chelsea rocked: Real Madrid will not sell superstar for any price

Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are keen on the 24-year-old but their hopes of signing the Colombian have been dealt a blow. Spanish outlet AS say president Florentino Perez and manager Zinedine Zidane want Rodriguez to stay at the Bernabeu....

Daily Star, 05:13 in Sport
 
Delays over third Menai Strait crossing 'mind-boggling'

Delays over third Menai Strait crossing 'mind-boggling'

Delays over proposals for a third crossing over the Menai Strait have been called "mind boggling" – a decade after a taxpayer-funded consultation first suggested it. Plans to ease traffic congestion on the Menai and Britannia Bridges have...

 
From royal residences to ruins: English castles on sale

From royal residences to ruins: English castles on sale

The chance to be king (or queen) of a castle rarely comes along, but as an ancient structure - complete with jousting field - is put on the market, aspiring royalty have the opportunity to buy Wigmore Castle in Herefordshire. As the saying almost...

BBC, 05:15 in Regional
 

10 things we didn't know last week

1. There's such a thing as eye mites. Find out more (CBS local) 2. The Hong Kong authorities glue pavement bricks down to stop protesters throwing them. Find out more (Guardian) 3. The world's oldest cat is 30. Find out more (Huffington Post) 4....

BBC, 05:15 in Regional
 

Predicted Line-ups: Who could start for Chelsea against Leicester?

Thibaut Courtois has recovered from his illness and could start for the Blues but Branislav Ivanovic is still considered a doubt as he is dealing with a groin problem. Danny Drinkwater will be returning from suspension but the same can't be said about...

Daily Star, 05:17 in Sport
 
Saints' stalwarts Steven Anderson and Murray Davidson commit to the club

Saints' stalwarts Steven Anderson and Murray Davidson commit to the club

They have been an integral part of St Johnstone’s recent success. And yesterday Perth players Steven Anderson and Murray Davidson extended their stay at McDiarmid Park. The long-serving pair have remained loyal to a club which continues to punch above...

 

Port Vale: Rob Page warns no room for negotiation after offering pay cuts

PORT Vale boss Rob Page has warned he doesn't have room for negotiation after asking his players to take pay cuts. Page has offered deals to 13 out-of-contract players but revealed some have been asked to take a drop in wages as the manager works with...

 

Predicted Line-up: Who could start for Manchester United against Bournemouth?

Louis van Gaal will be missing Matteo Darmian and Adnan Januzaj who are dealing with an ankle and hamstring injury respectively. The Red Devils will also be without the suspended Marouane Fellaini who is still serving a three-match ban. But who could...

Daily Star, 05:20 in Sport
 
Man United stars face 20 per cent pay cut: Wages will be slashed at Old Trafford

Man United stars face 20 per cent pay cut: Wages will be slashed at Old Trafford

If neighbours City gain a point on the final day at Swansea tomorrow, United will play in the Europa League next season. And it means that Old Trafford players will feel it in the pocket. The club yesterday claimed they would only lose £10m if they...

Daily Star, 05:20 in Sport
 

Discovering Lincolnshire's very own unsung hero of Antarctica

A six-year campaign to get official recognition for one of Lincolnshire's least-known historical heroes has reached fruition. Now the full story of Skegness explorer Jesse Handsley's role as part of Scott of the Antarctic's epic expedition can be...

 

Alton Towers' Rollercoaster Restaurant opens for business

ALTON Towers' new revolutionary Rollercoaster Restaurant has opened for business – and created 50 new jobs. Diners can watch their meals negotiate a series of twists and turns before dropping eight metres down a 'tornado spiral' to their table. The...

 
Arsenal transfer news: Granit Xhaka drops hint, N’Golo Kante favours Gunners, Gonzalo Higuain targeted

Arsenal transfer news: Granit Xhaka drops hint, N’Golo Kante favours Gunners, Gonzalo Higuain targeted

Arsenal have a top four spot wrapped up for the season, which could prove critical in this summer’s transfer market. The Gunners are not known for their big spending, but will be able to attract a higher calibre of player now that Champions League...

Metro, 05:30 in Sport
 
David Cameron urges Birmingham to be ambitious as city considers Commonwealth Games bid

David Cameron urges Birmingham to "be ambitious" as city considers Commonwealth Games bid

David Cameron has urged Birmingham to “think big and be ambitious” as the city considers whether to bid for the 2016 Commonwealth Games. And he said the Government was read to get behind a bid to host the prestigious event. But the Prime Minister...

 

Predicted Line-up: Who could start for Liverpool against West Brom?

Jurgen Klopp will save a number of first-team players for Wednesday's Europa League final against Sevilla. However, the likes of Danny Ings and Jordan Henderson could make an appearance against Tony Pulis' side as they have returned to training. Will...

Daily Star, 05:32 in Sport
 


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