News archive from 18 June 2016, page 4

Vladimir Putin insists ‘Russia does not support doping’

Vladimir Putin has insisted Russia has “never supported any dopers” in the wake of allegations it operated a state-sponsored doping programme that sabotaged the London 2012 Olympics. The president’s comments came after international athletics bosses...

 

Home owners decline to save for their next properties as prices rise, says study

Rising property prices have lulled home owners hoping to take their second step on the property ladder into thinking it will be easy to trade up without saving any extra cash, research suggests. When asked how they plan to move up the property ladder...

 

Home owners decline to save for their next properties as prices rise, says study

Rising property prices have lulled home owners hoping to take their second step on the property ladder into thinking it will be easy to trade up without saving any extra cash, research suggests. When asked how they plan to move up the property ladder...

 
Cross country friendship meet

Cross country friendship meet

0 Have your say Over 400 children from 12 village primary schools took part in a cross country event at Newby Hall recently. The morning’s races were followed by an afternoon of fun in the adventure playground. Overall winners were Fountains, with...

 

Some Croatia fans are on a mission to cause trouble, admits Slaven Bilic after flares overshadow Czech...

Former Croatia manager Slaven Bilic has warned there will be more crowd trouble after condemning the violent scenes which marred his country's draw with the Czech Republic. The West Ham boss believes some of the country's fans have only travelled to...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

England WERE fired up by Wales jibes ahead of key Euro 2016 clash as Joe Hart apologises for Gareth Bale...

England players WERE motivated by the derogatory jibes made by Wales players in the lead up to Thursday’s Battle of Britain. Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey were among the Welsh players to make disparaging comments about England in the lead up to the...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

Lewis Hamilton serene amid doubts over circuit as three-time world champion gears up for another pulsating...

In Europe? Not quite. Tickets sold? Not quite. A street circuit? Not quite. It’s all been a bit of a stretch so far in Baku. It was a stretch for everyone just to be in Azerbaijan. Even by Formula One’s standards, the decision to hold this race...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

Leicester City chief confident Jamie Vardy will turn down £20million Arsenal move: 'You will see the news...

Leicester City chief Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha is confident Jamie Vardy will turn down Arsenal and stay with the Premier League champions. The club’s vice-chairman is in regular contact with Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri as they discuss summer...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

Barbara Young: Environment doesn’t respect borders so EU best hope of change

In the latest in our series on Scotland’s future, Barbara Young of Environmentalists for Europe sets out why we should consider the environment and Vote Remain for Nature Many of the overwhelming reasons for remaining in the European Union have...

Scotsman, 00:46 in Politics
 

Man still held over Jo Cox murder as police probe right-wing extremism link

A man remains in police custody following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, as police revealed a link to right-wing extremism is a priority line of inquiry. West Yorkshire Police said they are working with the North East Counter Terrorism Unit as it...

 
Jamie Carragher: What my old Liverpool boss used to say about substitutes

Jamie Carragher: What my old Liverpool boss used to say about substitutes

Roy Hodgson made an inspired double substitution for England against Wales on Thursday. Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge both came on as England recovered from a goal behind to beat Wales 2-1. Carragher was all too well aware of the effect...

 

9 out of 10 Scots nurses believe NHS cannot cope with demand

Nearly 90 per cent of Scottish nurses believe the NHS cannot cope with demand amid reports of rising workloads and staff shortages. A major poll of nearly 1,000 nurses revealed that just 12 per cent believe the health service is able to meet soaring...

Scotsman, 00:48 in Health
 

Man still held over Jo Cox murder as police probe right-wing extremism link

A man remains in police custody following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, as police revealed a link to right-wing extremism is a priority line of inquiry. West Yorkshire Police said they are working with the North East Counter Terrorism Unit as it...

 

Man still held over Jo Cox murder as police probe right-wing extremism link

A man remains in police custody following the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox, as police revealed a link to right-wing extremism is a priority line of inquiry. West Yorkshire Police said they are working with the North East Counter Terrorism Unit as it...

 

More than £200,000 raised for charities supported by Jo Cox

More than £200,000 has been raised for charities supported by murdered MP Jo Cox.

 


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