News archive from 18 August 2015

Everton to reject Chelsea's latest bid of £30m for young defender John Stones

Everton will reject Chelsea's latest bid of £30million for John Stones. Jose Mourinho is determined to sign the England international but Everton are equally bullish in their stance that Stones is not for sale. Chelsea will return with an improved...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

From Sir Alex Ferguson and David Beckham to Jose Mourinho and Juan Mata... when managers clash with their...

Jose Mourinho is struggling to retain the trust of his Chelsea team after failing to win either of their opening two games this season. The Chelsea manager also took off his captain John Terry at half-time during their 3-0 defeat by Manchester City on...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Luther Burrell challenged to prove his worth for World Cup place as head coach Stuart Lancaster prepares to...

Luther Burrell will start in midfield for England on Saturday, under orders to respond to the sudden World Cup threat posed by squad newcomers Sam Burgess and Henry Slade. The Northampton centre has made a positive impact for the national team over...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Iran to work with rivals for peace - VP Masumeh Ebtekar

Iran to work with rivals for peace - VP Masumeh Ebtekar

Iran wants to work with other powers in the Middle East to promote peace following last month's nuclear deal, Vice-President Masumeh Ebtekar says. In an interview with the BBC, Ms Ebtekar stressed that Iran had a right to defend itself, but that it...

BBC, 00:02 in World News
 

KFC and McDonald's use widely varying levels of salt in same children's meals

The same children’s meals at popular fast food chains have been found to contain hugely varying levels of salt in different countries, which campaigners say shows that the companies could reduce levels if they wanted to. Research by campaign group...

Guardian, 00:03 in Business
 

Unions protest as rail fares rise three times faster than wages over five years

Rail unions are holding a protest on Tuesday to highlight their claim that rail fares have risen nearly three times faster than wages over the past five years. Campaigners at Waterloo station will hand out postcards highlighting the cost of rail...

Guardian, 00:03 in Business
 

James Anderson could make England return in fifth Ashes Test against Australia after joining team-mates in...

England's James Anderson could feature in the fifth Ashes Test against Australia after practising on Monday. The fast bowler, 33, suffered a side strain on the second day of the third Test at Edgbaston and was immediately ruled out of the fourth Test,...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 
Everton set to steal international playmaker from Liverpool and Tottenham

Everton set to steal international playmaker from Liverpool and Tottenham

That's according to the Liverpool Echo who claim Roberto Martinez is ready splash the cash for the talented playmaker. Yarmolenko, 25, has also been linked with Liverpool and Tottenham. It's thought the Ukraine international could be available for...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Chelsea flop Kevin De Bruyne turns back on £50m Man City switch

Chelsea flop Kevin De Bruyne turns back on £50m Man City switch

City bosses have spent the last two months chasing the Wolfsburg midfielder after making him one of their top summer targets. The big spenders were confident of striking a deal that would have made the Belgium midfielder the most expensive signing in...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 

Edinson Cavani "could seal Arsenal transfer within days'

Edinson Cavani could reportedly seal a transfer to Arsenal within the coming days as the Gunners look for an alternative to Karim Benzema. Although Arsene Wenger is believed to have prioritised the signing of Benzema from Real Madrid, the Spaniards...

Metro, 00:05 in Sport
 
Police criticised for stop and search target focus

Police criticised for stop and search target focus

SENIOR police officers believe the introduction of an "English-style" targets culture for stop and search made hitting numbers more important than protecting the public. The Association of Scottish Police Superintendents (ASPS) said Police...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 

Age ratings enforced for UK-produced music videos on YouTube and Vevo

Clear age ratings will be displayed on UK-produced music videos on YouTube and Vevo, as the government seeks to protect children from inappropriate content online. The new measures, which have been agreed voluntarily by parts of the music industry...

 
Poland ramps up defence spending

Poland ramps up defence spending

Poland has embarked on an unprecedented spending spree on weapons and military equipment that could turn it into one of Europe's major military 
powers. Wary of Russia’s growing military might, last year the Polish government earmarked £5.6...

 
Morgan Freeman’s granddaughter stabbed to death

Morgan Freeman’s granddaughter stabbed to death

Morgan Freeman has paid tribute to his step-granddaughter after she was stabbed to death. The Oscar-winning actor’s granddaughter E’Dena Hines was found lying in the street by police outside her home in New York City on Sunday night. The 33-year-old -...

 
Angry residents demand damages after Tianjin blasts

Angry residents demand damages after Tianjin blasts

About 100 people whose residences were damaged in the massive Tianjin blasts in China gathered yesterday for a protest to demand compensation from the government, as the death toll from the disaster rose to 114 with 70 still missing. The blasts on...

 


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