News archive from 20 March 2013

Kurdish oil exports stall in row over revenue-sharing

Kurdish oil exports stall in row over revenue-sharing

Oil boss Tony Hayward's description of his latest venture sounds like it could be drilling for oil in rural England rather than northern Iraq. "It's fairly benign - it's gentle rolling countryside," the former BP chief executive says....

BBC, 00:00 in Business
 

Cross-dresser role earns Bean award

Tough screen star Sean Bean's portrayal of a cross-dressing teacher has landed him a best actor title at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards - one of two prizes for courtroom drama The Accused. The actor, who has played numerous gritty roles...

 

Cross-dresser role earns Bean award

Tough screen star Sean Bean's portrayal of a cross-dressing teacher has landed him a best actor title at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards - one of two prizes for courtroom drama The Accused. The actor, who has played numerous gritty roles...

 
LAMPARD: DEAL ME IN ROY

LAMPARD: DEAL ME IN ROY

FRANK LAMPARD last night admitted a chat with England boss Roy Hodgson will help decide where to play next season. The Chelsea midfielder's revelation is the first clear sign the midfielder has accepted his future lies away from Stamford Bridge. Blues...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
OWEN: NOW I WILL NET TOP JOB

OWEN: NOW I WILL NET TOP JOB

MICHAEL OWEN wants to stay in football despite calling time on his glittering playing career last night. The Stoke striker, 33, has decided to hang up his boots at the end of the season after struggling with injuries in recent years. But he is already...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
FRANK'S GIVEN A BIG HAND

FRANK'S GIVEN A BIG HAND

FRANK LAMPARD has revealed he has his own programme to maintain top fitness – getting a helping hand from masseurs. But the Chelsea star insisted he was talking about sport massage treatment, not the kind of services dished out by attractive young...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
LEGEND CALLS IT QUITS

LEGEND CALLS IT QUITS

FORMER England boss Glenn Hoddle led the ­tributes to Michael Owen last night ­– hailing him as one of the nation's greatest finishers. Hoddle handed Owen, now 33, his ­international debut at just 18 in 1998 and was in charge of the Three Lions when...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
TOON ANGER AT LET-OFF

TOON ANGER AT LET-OFF

NEWCASTLE have lashed out at the FA's disciplinary system after Wigan's Callum McManaman escaped punishment for his X-rated tackle on Toon defender Massadio Haidaro. Furious Toon managing director Derek Llambias is calling for for a major overhaul of...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
LESCOTT UP TO THE TASK

LESCOTT UP TO THE TASK

JAMES MILNER has backed Joleon Lescott to ride to England's rescue in the wake of the Rio Ferdinand shambles. England boss Roy Hodgson has been left reeling following Ferdinand's decision to pull out of the squad for the crunch World Cup qualifiers in...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
PANTHER'S MAY DATE

PANTHER'S MAY DATE

BROWN Panther's plans to run in Dubai have been scrapped and he could return for the season at the Chester May meeting. Brown Panther disappointed in last year's Ormonde Stakes on the Roodee but recovered to post a third in the Irish Leger. “He had a...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
WEIGHTY FRIEND

WEIGHTY FRIEND

THE Nigel Twiston-Davies trained Imperial Commander heads the weights for the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree on April 6 after 16 horses were taken out at the latest stage. However, with the former Gold Cup hero considered an unlikely runner...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
HOCK'S GOT 'EM ON RUN

HOCK'S GOT 'EM ON RUN

GARETH HOCK has got parent club Wigan running scared. The Warriors have banned the England star, 29, from playing against them on Saturday for loan club Widnes. But Vikings skipper Jon Clarke believes they have made a mistake in not letting their...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
BOSS MACS A VOW

BOSS MACS A VOW

Martin Whitmarsh has vowed to stop McLaren's season turning into a shambles. The car driven by Briton Jenson Button and Sergio Perez in Australia last weekend was woefully off the pace. It was three seconds slower than world champion Sebastian...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
TAI HAS A GRAND PLAN

TAI HAS A GRAND PLAN

GREAT BRITAIN ace Tai Woffinden is desperate to prove he is no Grand Prix flop. The Wolverhampton star will begin his second World Championship challenge at the New Zealand GP on Saturday hell-bent on showing he deserves his place among the world's...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
NICK HOT ON ASHES

NICK HOT ON ASHES

NICK COMPTON has not stopped dreaming about playing against Australia this summer. The England opener looks nailed on to figure in back-to-back Ashes series against the old enemy after hitting successive centuries in the first two Tests in the current...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 


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