News archive from 16 October 2017

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson admits he is surprised how quickly the players have responded to his...

Roy Hodgson did not expect Crystal Palace to respond so quickly to his methods and believes their 2-1 defeat of Chelsea puts them ahead of schedule in their battle against relegation. Their first points and goals of the Premier League season came...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Liverpool ace Joel Matip hails David de Gea's brilliant save

Liverpool ace Joel Matip hails David de Gea's brilliant save

The Reds centre-back went closest of anyone to breaking the deadlock in the 0-0 stalemate. De Gea's reacted superbly to save the Cameroonian’s low shot from Roberto Firmino's cross with his foot. Matip said: “I have to score, but he saved it really...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Celtic star Olivier Ntcham loves Champions League banter with Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman but battle...

Battle lines have been drawn between two players who forged a friendship while serving their country. What happens in Munich this Wednesday evening will determine the victor. It will be an unusual scenario for Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham and...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
Justice Minister Dominic Raab on why we need tougher sentences for drivers who bring death and destruction to our roads

Justice Minister Dominic Raab on why we need tougher sentences for drivers who bring death and destruction...

'In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever. It could be when they are picking their kids up from school, when making their way home from a night out, or, as it did for Miriam Parker, when walking across the road at a pedestrian...

 

Hull wireless internet firm Connexin to create 100 jobs after £10m Silicon Valley investment

A Hull wireless internet firm will create 100 jobs in the city after a £10 million investment by a Silicon Valley technology giant. Connexin, a wireless broadband provider based in Henry Boot Way, has announced huge expansion plans after receiving...

 
Funds to stamp out student hate crimes in Sheffield

Funds to stamp out student hate crimes in Sheffield

Hate crime and online harassment involving students will be tackled at a Yorkshire university using a share of £1.8m in grant funding. Sheffield Hallam University aims to encourage greater student engagement, embed more effective reporting systems and...

 

Everton are in crisis and play static football like Manchester United under Louis van Gaal, says Martin Keown

Everton players are suffering a crisis of confidence and Ronald Koeman is facing a big decision with two of his biggest summer signings, claims Martin Keown. The Toffees were tipped to challenge for a place in the top six after lavishing over...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
Justice Minister Dominic Raab on why we need tougher sentences for drivers who bring death and destruction to our roads

Justice Minister Dominic Raab on why we need tougher sentences for drivers who bring death and destruction...

'In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever. It could be when they are picking their kids up from school, when making their way home from a night out, or, as it did for Miriam Parker, when walking across the road at a pedestrian...

 

‘Commons won’t pass no deal’

May faces Tory revolt as cross-party MPs plan to veto leaving the EU without a deal LABOUR’S leadership has slammed the Tories over their pitiful failings on Brexit that are driving Britain towards “economic disaster.” Shadow chancellor John McDonnell...

 

Huge bomb wreaks carnage in capital

More than 200 killed in blast attributed to al-Shabab terror group A CAR BOMB in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu killed at least 231 people and injured 275 more in what was the country’s deadliest single attack on Saturday. A van loaded with explosives...

 

Next round of inflation nabs £300 a household

Resolution Foundation warns that Osborne’s benefit changes will keep biting INFLATION is set to cause a £300 a year squeeze on household finances causing inequality on a scale not seen since the days of Margaret Thatcher, a think tank warned...

 

An immediate threat to peace

THE clarion call “for peace and socialism” has for generations adorned the masthead of this paper. It may have sometimes seemed no more than a distant aspiration. But today it is not. The threat to peace is immediate. Across the Middle East and parts...

 

Is there really such a thing as fair pay?

This week the MARX MEMORIAL LIBRARY ponders whether workers really get a fair day’s wage for a fair day’s work AS WITH so many apparently simple questions, the answer to this week’s question is both Yes and No. It’s easiest to start by considering...

 

A commitment to peace and a rejection of militarism

The White Poppy is a challenge to government-backed remembrance, writes SYMON HILL ON Remembrance Sunday, Theresa May will lay a wreath at the cenotaph in memory of people killed in war. This is the same Prime Minister who is happily selling weapons...

 

Trump is desperate for a conflict with Iran

JANE GREEN assesses the likely consequences of Donald Trump’s decision to decertify the international nuclear deal with Iran THE International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly found that the Islamic Republic of Iran has not contravened the...

 


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