News archive from 15 February 2016

Xbox Live Down: Xbox One and Xbox 360 users reveal fresh outage issues

UPDATE ONE: Microsoft has confirmed that there are now known problems with both social and gaming core services through Xbox Live. Problems accessing online have been listed alongside these other problems areas: In-game matchmaking, cloud storage,...

 

Xbox One report: GTA 5 new DLC plans reveal, ARK Survival update, Call of Duty news

February has been a good month for GTA 5 DLC fans, the online multiplayer has seen some decent content drops that have allowed for some serious money to be spent on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The new content from Rockstar wasn’t quite on the scale of the...

 

260,000 signatures call for Hunt to go

TORY Jeremy Hunt is facing a humiliating parliamentary debate over his record as Health Secretary after a petition demanding a vote of “no confidence” soared past 250,000 signatures yesterday, writes Peter Lazenby. The official government e-petition...

 
Hat-trick star Jonathan Joseph now world class, insists George Ford

Hat-trick star Jonathan Joseph now world class, insists George Ford

George Ford hailed Jonathan Joseph as a world-class player after the Bath centre scored a hat-trick that killed off Italy 40-9 to put England in pole position to win the RBS Six Nations Championship yesterday. England toiled for the best part of an...

The Times, 00:02 in Sport
 

Pro-Corbyn leftwinger is party’s mayor candidate for Salford

A LABOUR leftwinger and supporter of Jeremy Corbyn has been selected as the party’s candidate for mayor of Salford, writes Peter Lazenby. Paul Dennet, who is currently a Salford councillor, was supported by all the city’s Labour-affiliated trade...

 

Government seeks to ban councils’ Israel boycott

TORY ministers were accused yesterday of supporting the illegal occupation of Palestine through plans to stop public bodies boycotting Israeli goods. Many Labour-run councils currently refuse to spend taxpayers’ money on goods produced in occupied...

 

Greece: 3 Brits held near Turkish border for gun-running

GREEK police arrested three Iraqi-born Britons for arms smuggling near the Turkish border at the weekend. Late on Saturday night two men were discovered in the north-eastern port of Alexandroupolis carrying 18 rifles and 40,000 rounds of ammunition in...

 

Latin America: Pope rallies slumdwellers of Mexico City

POPE FRANCIS visited Ecatepec yesterday to see for himself the violent crime-ridden “periphery” of Mexico City. He held an open-air mass for up to 400,000 people from the surrounding slums. On Friday, the pontiff met Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill...

 

Albania: Kerry heads to Tirana to talk up EU membership

US SECRETARY of State John Kerry was in Albania yesterday to press for “reforms” on the promise of European Union membership. Mr Kerry stopped in the capital Tirana before flying back to Washington following contentious meetings on Ukraine in Munich....

 

Playing with fire in Syria

TURKEY’S shelling of Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces at Menagh air base in Aleppo province marks a dramatic escalation of outside interference in the Syrian conflict. It may herald an even more dangerous twist with a substantial incursion into...

 

The EU is never going to be reformed – just look at what’s happened in Greece

KATE HOEY – one of the most prominent campaigners for a left exit – explains why the EU structure prevents any genuine democracy KATE HOEY, a keen Arsenal fan, was watching her team in a tense FA Cup final replay on TV on the evening of Thursday May...

 

Commons comrades cross the line

Charley Allan explains why we all need to keep a close eye on Labour MPs Ever since Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour leadership last September on a tidal wave of JezWeCan joy and optimism, it’s been obvious that many of his fellow MPs have been unhappy...

 

Revisit the solidarity and songs of the miners’ strike

GRANVILLE WILLIAMS previews a festival and book launch to celebrate the incredible worldwide response to the striking miners of ’84-’85 in their hour of need WHEN French miners came off their final shift of 9-9bis in Oignies, Nord-Pas-de-Calais on...

 

Ireland going backwards as coach Joe Schmidt admits title treble bid is over after defeat to France leaves...

Sifting through this unpalatable wreckage won’t be easy for Joe Schmidt. We came looking for concrete evidence that Ireland could beat the odds and become the first country to ever win three championships in succession, only to depart a few hours...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Coventry thrashing Bury was the perfect tribute to Jimmy Hill but Blackburn could be in trouble - Four...

While Arsenal and Tottenham secured all-important wins in the Premier League to keep the race for the title interesting, there were still plenty of talking points from the divisions below.  Coventry City paid a fitting tribute to the late Jimmy Hill...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 


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