News archive from 15 June 2016

Brazil's Rousseff open to elections if survives impeachment

Brazil's Rousseff open to elections if survives impeachment

BRASILIA Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff said she is preparing a letter to Brazilians that will offer a new political pact that could include a referendum on calling early elections if she survives an impeachment trial in the Senate....

 

Spanish doping scandal set to be exposed as judge releases samples for testing  

A doping scandal which could be the biggest ever will finally be exposed after a Spanish judge said bags of blood must be handed over to sports authorities. More than 211 bags will be made available to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), cycling...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Robert Pires: Leicester's Jamie Vardy would be a big success at Arsenal

Robert Pires: Leicester's Jamie Vardy would be a big success at Arsenal

The Frenchman thinks the England international would embrace the step up and continue where he left off for the Foxes. Vardy scored 24 goals for Leicester as they shocked the world to win the Premier League ahead of the Gunners last season. Pires told...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Schalke deny £40m Manchester City swoop for Leroy Sane

Schalke deny £40m Manchester City swoop for Leroy Sane

The Sun claimed City had beaten off stiff competition to seal a £40m swoop for Sane. The 20-year-old has reportedly been the subject of interest from a host of top European clubs, including Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. Manchester United have also...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Italy stars reveal how Antonio Conte will approach Chelsea job

Italy stars reveal how Antonio Conte will approach Chelsea job

Italy’s boss takes over at Stamford Bridge after Euro 2016 and kicked off at the tournament on Monday with a tactical masterclass to beat Belgium 2-0. His players were queuing up to praise him after outclassing a team ranked number two in the world....

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Nearly a third of Brits in their 40s are staying in jobs they hate simply to pay the bills

Nearly a third of Brits in their 40s are staying in jobs they hate simply to pay the bills

Three in 10 40-something Brits feel under pressure to stay in a job they do not like so they can maintain their financial stability, a report has found. The research among people aged between 40 and 49 found 29% feel forced to stay in a job they are...

 
Conor McGregor's coach believes he has the blueprint to beat Floyd Mayweather

Conor McGregor's coach believes he has the blueprint to beat Floyd Mayweather

Last month, sensational reports claimed the duo, 27 and 39, were negotiating a deal to fight one another in a boxing match. The speculation sent the mixed martial arts and boxing worlds into a tizzy and raised the age-old question of whether or not an...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

Chris Marshall: VAT ranks high among Police Scotland’s problems

Faced with finding savings totalling £1.1 billion by 2026 as well as a potential £85 million funding gap, Police Scotland could use all the cash it can get its hands on at the moment. That’s why Chief Constable Phil Gormley made headlines last week...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 

Osborne under fire for oil crisis inaction

Scottish minister demands boost for North Sea exploration GEORGE OSBORNE’S Budget was a “missed opportunity” to resolve the crisis in the North Sea oilfield, Scotland’s Energy Secretary declared yesterday. Keith Brown told industry figures that the...

 

Bfawu Conference: Untrained McDonald’s staff member faced fraud claims

A McDONALD’S worker exposed her transnational tax-dodging employer yesterday for suspending her over “fraud” accusations after she was left to do the end-of -day accounts by her manager. Phoebe Wheeler said the job of inputting some data into a...

 

Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit would leave Scots at risk from Tory right

Nicola Sturgeon has warned a vote to leave the EU would leave Scotland at risk from what would become the most right-wing UK Conservative government in modern times. The First Minister made the dramatic claim today as she steps up her involvement in...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 

Bfawu Conference: McDonnell vows to reverse Tory attack on trade unions

THE shadow chancellor outlined plans yesterday that Labour will put in motion if it kicks the Tories out of office at the next general election. John McDonnell said that, within its first 100 days in government, the party would scrap the hated Trade...

 

Leaders: Scottish climate change target | Uefa drop the ball on security

It is obviously a fantastic achievement that Scotland has hit its climate reduction targets so far ahead of schedule. Reducing emissions by 42 per cent is very good news and those who say that it does not matter what a country the size of Scotland...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 

Bahrain cracks down on opposition party

Al-Wefaq banned to ‘safeguard security’ BAHRAINI authorities suspended opposition party al-Wefaq and froze its assets yesterday in a new crackdown on democratic dissent. A statement from the Justice and Islamic Affairs Ministry claimed that a court...

 

Scotland meets climate change targets for first time

Scotland has met its annual climate-change target for the first time, the latest greenhouse gas emission figures show. The 2020 interim target to reduce emissions by 42 per cent has also been exceeded. A reduction of 45.8 per cent had been achieved by...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 


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