News archive from 19 August 2016

Leicester turn to Danny Drinkwater after tying down Riyad Mahrez to a new contract

Leicester will prioritise a new long-term contract for Danny Drinkwater following on from Riyad Mahrez, as the Premier League champions look to secure another member of their title-winning squad. Drinkwater has opened discussions with the club and is...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Ryan Evans cards first round of 66 to lead Czech Masters as Andy Sullivan suffers four bogeys and a double

England's Ryan Evans took a one-shot lead in the first round of the D+D Real Czech Masters as Ryder Cup hopefuls Matthew Fitzpatrick and Andy Sullivan endured a day of contrasting fortunes in Prague. Evans was playing in just his 21st event on the...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

The Secret Scout: Chelsea youngster Kasey Palmer can reach the top level if he proves himself at Huddersfield

Our scout is a top football expert who attends matches each week searching for the next star. He’ll bring you his verdict in Sportsmail. This week it's Huddersfield's Chelsea loanee Kasey Palmer under the microscope...   Name: Kasey Palmer...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Blackburn defender Shane Duffy agrees £4m switch to Brighton which may hasten exit of Lewis Dunk 

Brighton are signing Blackburn Rovers defender Shane Duffy for £4million which may accelerate Lewis Dunk's departure. Republic of Ireland international Duffy endured a nightmare final game scoring two own goals and getting sent off during Blackburn's...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 
Chelsea handed £60m transfer chase boost: Euro giants eye replacements

Chelsea handed £60m transfer chase boost: Euro giants eye replacements

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Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 

Fighting ramps up in Hassakeh

SYRIA: Renewed fighting between army reservists and Kurdish Asayish paramilitary police in the north-eastern city of Hassakeh escalated yesterday. Kurdish YPG militia spokesman Redur Khalil claimed jets bombed Asayish positions in the city — the first...

 

Private companies tell staff: Cut time with your clients

by Peter Lazenby PRIVATE home care firms in Wales are ordering workers to spend less time with clients so they can rack up profits, a union argued yesterday. Public service union Unison has called for an investigation into the alleged fraud. The union...

 

Now bits are falling off the trains at Southern

SOUTHERN’S rail services are “literally falling apart” after a ceiling collapsed inside one of the firm’s carriages yesterday. Passengers narrowly avoided injury after the incident at 8.25am on a train travelling between Purley Oaks and South Croydon...

 

Machar flees to secret place

South Sudanese former vice-president Riek Machar has fled the country to an undisclosed location, his party spokesman said yesterday. Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-in-Opposition (SPLM-IO) spokesman Mabior Garang de Mabior said the warlord “has...

 

South Korea shakes sabre at the North

SOUTH KOREA launched its largest ever artillery drills near the north Korean border yesterday — an annual provocation that frequently ends in tragedy. Dozens of military units deployed 300 artillery systems along the border and began firing shells in...

 

Morales opens anti-imperialist military school

Academy as antithesis to School of Americas by James Tweedie BOLIVIAN President Evo Morales has opened a new “anti-imperialist” military academy intended as the antithesis of the infamous US School of the Americas. Venezuela and Nicaragua’s defence...

 

Don’t cut uni fees – end them

CONGRATULATIONS are due to all those celebrating their A-level and AS-level results. Whatever the traditional grumbling from certain quarters — we can be glad Michael Gove is no longer ensconced in the Department for Education, moaning that exams...

 

Jeremy, and the unions, are key to changing Britain

CWU leader DAVE WARD talks to the Star about why his union is backing Corbyn, the lack of trust in Owen Smith, the EU referendum and how he’d like to see workers’ rights being built in the future A LOT of Labour MPs might be concentrating their fire...

 

Time to end this annual orgy of bird-killing

There are just three active hen harrier nests left in England. PETER FROST is up in arms over the the shooting fraternity’s callous slaughter of wild birds in the name of so-called sport Last week, as every year, August 12 — the far from glorious...

 

Corruption, crisis and economic uncertainty

It’s over a year since the nuclear deal was signed between Iran and the West, but ordinary Iranians have yet to feel any benefit, writes JANE GREEN THE fanfare which surrounded the nuclear deal between Iran and the 5+1 nations (China, France, Russia,...

 


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