News archive from 16 March 2017

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak admits he didn't know much about the stunning triple save that helped...

Atletico Madrid Champions League hero Jan Oblak admitted his stunning triple save to deny Bayer Leverkusen happened so quickly that he did not know what happened. The 24-year-old Slovenia international ensured a goalless draw at the Vicente Calderon...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann labels Jan Oblak the 'world's best' goalkeeper after Bayer...

Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann hailed keeper Jan Oblak as the world’s best after his triple save made sure the team saw off Bayer Leverkusen. ‘He shows it time after time and he did so again in this game. He is the world’ s best,’ said the French...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

USA turn to Clint Dempsey and Tim Howard as Bruce Arena tries to rescue World Cup qualifying campaign

Clint Dempsey, Tim Howard and Geoff Cameron have been called up to the United States national team after lengthy layoffs. Coach Bruce Arena has made large-scale changes to his squad, hoping to spark the Americans to a rebound in World Cup qualifying....

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Marc Albrighton insists Leicester are capable of further Champions League shocks as winger adds 'I would...

Marc Albrighton has warned Europe's elite that Leicester will continue to upset the establishment. The winger scored the Foxes' second in their 2-0 win over Sevilla to send them into the Champions League quarter finals 3-2 on aggregate on Tuesday. It...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

1,000s of mothers still forced to leave jobs

Pregnant women and new mothers are facing “blatant discrimination” in the workplace, a Labour MP warned yesterday. The situation is worse than it was 10 years ago, said Labour MP Sharon Hodgson who described it as a “persistent issue” resulting in a...

 

Industry faces staff crisis if Britain leaves single market

THE construction industry will face a labour crisis if Britain quits the EU single market, a industry report warned yesterday. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors said some of Britain’s biggest infrastructure projects could be under threat....

 

Judges quash marine’s murder conviction

A ROYAL Marine who fatally shot an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan had his murder conviction replaced with a verdict of manslaughter yesterday. The Court Martial Appeal Court in London gave a verdict of “manslaughter by reason of diminished...

 

Dutch election sees rise in turnout from last one

THE DUTCH went to the polls yesterday with Islamophobic Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders challenging his former ally Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Polling stations reported higher turnout than at the last election in 2012. Mr Wilders has...

 

Palestine: ‘Peace is possible’ after Abbas meets Trump’s man

PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY President Mahmoud Abbas and US President Donald Trump’s special envoy pledged to find “a genuine and lasting peace” on Tuesday. In a statement after his meeting with Jason Greenblatt, Mr Abbas said: “Under President Trump’s...

 

The Tories are wobbling

CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond introduced his Spring Budget last week with a series of laboured “jokes” directed at Jeremy Corbyn and guaranteed leering laughter by his backbenchers. His stand-up comedy career ran into the wall yesterday as, sat in stony...

 

A multitude of hidden hits

Hammond’s Budget sticks the sick, disabled and poor with the bill for the Tories’ ideology, writes NICK DILWORTH and RUTH HUNT LAST Wednesday’s Budget brings absolutely no hope for sick and disabled people who are unfortunate enough to have to rely on...

 

Despicable frame-up of anti-war socialists

100 years ago today Britain heard of Tsar Nicholas II’s abdication, the Wheeldons were on trial on trumped-up charges and World War I was still claiming lives. JOHN ELLISON takes us back in time AS MARCH 1917 began, the people of Britain and of many...

 

Air pollution crisis: is it every pram for itself?

The Tories continue their ecocide despite research suggesting parents use pram covers to protect kids from pollution, writes ALAN SIMPSON THE University of Surrey has just published some research on urban air pollution. It urges parents to use pram...

 

ITUC: Qatar never got rid of Kafala system

International Labour Organisation is being lied to, says Burrow THE ITUC branded Qatar liars yesterday, calling on governments to stand up to their “bully tactics” as the 2022 World Cup hosts attempts to con the International Labour Organisation (ILO)...

 

Rugby Union: England eyeing up possible NZ clash this year

England are exploring the possibility of staging a mouthwatering showdown against New Zealand this autumn. In a frustrating quirk of the international schedule, the game’s top two teams are not scheduled to meet until late next year, but it is...

 


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