News archive from 17 May 2016

Talks underway: Man United offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic contract

Talks underway: Man United offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic contract

RMC claim the Red Devils have offered the Swedish superstar a one year contract with the option of an extra season at Old Trafford. According to The Sun, United are the only club to have contacted the 34-year-old, despite reported interest from the...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
Everton's Phil Jagielka expects MASSIVE player clear out at Goodison Park this summer

Everton's Phil Jagielka expects MASSIVE player clear out at Goodison Park this summer

The Toffees are already on the hunt for a new manager after the sacking of Roberto Martinez last week. But club skipper Jagielka revealed that won’t be the only change at Goodison Park this summer, with the futures of Romelu Lukaku, John Stones and...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 

Boca Juniors tear up Dani Osvaldo's contract as former Southampton bad boy continues to court controversy

Italy striker Dani Osvaldo had his Boca Juniors contract terminated on Monday for disciplinary reasons, ending a short second spell with his favourite team, according to local reports. Boca and Osvaldo agreed to end the former AS Roma, Inter Milan,...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Road closed in Speke after cyclist injured in crash

Road closed in Speke after cyclist injured in crash

A Liverpool road was closed off tonight after a cyclist was injured in a collision with a car. Police blocked Hale Road, Speke , in both directions as they investigated the incident. The extent of the injuries suffered by the cyclist have not yet been...

 

Fees rise an ‘ideological assault on education’

Government under fire for Facebook degrees and £9,000+ tuition fees HIKING tuition fees and allowing corporations to open universities are part of an “ideological attack” on higher education presented as an illusion of choice, students warned...

 

Natalie Bennett to step down as leader

Lucas tipped to succeed woman who headed ‘Green surge’ NATALIE BENNETT announced yesterday that she will stand down as leader of the Green Party this summer. The Australian-born ex journalist, who took the post in 2012, said she would not seek a third...

 

Hillsborough brief’s links to Orgreave helps inquiry call

by Our News Desk LINKS between key individuals involved in South Yorkshire Police’s investigations into the Battle of Orgreave and the Hillsborough disaster strengthened the case for a public inquiry into state brutality during the miners’ strike,...

 

Ucatt Conference: Construction workers still not free from the blacklist

CONSTRUCTION workers have been subject to widespread “verbal blacklisting” without ever appearing on the infamous blacklist, Ucatt conference heard yesterday. The construction union gave a hero’s welcome to anti-blacklisting campaigners and lawyers...

 
Deal close: Arsenal set to seal £33m signing

Deal close: Arsenal set to seal £33m signing

The Mirror claim a £33.8m fee has been agreed in principle and the deal should be confirmed well before the start of Euro 2016. It would certainly be a statement of intent from Arsene Wenger, who has sent scouts to watch the Switzerland international...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
'Train NHS staff' to plug doctor gaps, bosses say

'Train NHS staff' to plug doctor gaps, bosses say

Nurses, paramedics and pharmacists should be trained to fill in for doctors and help the NHS in England cope with demand, bosses say. Management body NHS Employers has given the plan the green light after advisers said there were a range of extra...

BBC, 00:07 in Health
 

Immigration 'cost UK £16.8 billion in 2014-15', claims Migration Watch

Immigration cost the UK almost £17 billion in 2014-15 according to research by think-tank Migration Watch. The report estimates that the net cost of the UK-born population in 2014-15 was almost £88 billion, while migrants from the European Economic...

 

250,000 hail Leicester City's title-winning heroes

Around 250,000 fans have saluted Leicester's title-winning footballers amid "unbelievable" scenes during an open-top bus tour celebrating their Premier League triumph. Manager Claudio Ranieri, struggling to be heard amid the cheering crowds,...

 

Teenage poisonings rise amid surge in girls' alcohol cases

Alcohol poisoning among girls is contributing to a rise in teenage toxic incidents, research suggests. Experts analysed GP records and found a 27% rise in such cases - including accidental, deliberate self-harming and alcohol poisoning - between 1992...

 
Fifteen babies a day in UK are stillborn or die within month of birth

Fifteen babies a day in UK are stillborn or die within month of birth

Fifteen babies are dying every day in the UK from stillbirth, during labour or within four weeks of being born, according to a new report. The health secretary Jeremy Hunt has pledged to halve the rate of such deaths by 2030, but the leading...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 
Man arrested over Mark Hillman shooting released on bail

Man arrested over Mark Hillman shooting released on bail

The latest person to be arrested in the investigation surrounding the murder of Mark Hillman has been released on bail. The 20-year-old male, from the Everton area, was arrested by detectives this morning. After questioning him on suspicion of...

 


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