News archive from 20 July 2017

Trump accidentally came up with good metal band name and people want them at Coachella

Trump accidentally came up with good metal band name and people want them at Coachella

Two Door Cinema Club, Martin Garrix, Kendrick Lamar — all solid Coachella appearances this year. But there’s one band that should be topping the line-up in 2018: Dems Scream Death. Haven’t heard of them? It’s okay, you’re not lame (actually maybe you...

Metro, 00:01 in Hot News
 
Alvaro Morata: Incoming Chelsea signing talked to Cesar Azpilicueta ahead of Prem move

Alvaro Morata: Incoming Chelsea signing talked to Cesar Azpilicueta ahead of Prem move

The Blues announced on Wednesday evening that they have agreed a fee with the La Liga giants for the Spain international. And his switch looks a formality with personal terms expected to be agreed and a medical to be passed in London tomorrow. Morata...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Naby Keita: Liverpool ready to return with £70m offer for RB Leipzig star

Naby Keita: Liverpool ready to return with £70m offer for RB Leipzig star

Keita, 22, has emerged as one of Jurgen Klopp's top transfer targets this summer. Although the Reds have been unsuccessful in their pursuit to this point, failing in their most recent approach which was worth around £66m. But now, the Mirror claim...

Daily Star, 00:08 in Sport
 
The Open 2017: Rory McIlroy vows to become the best following series of injuries

The Open 2017: Rory McIlroy vows to become the best following series of injuries

A repeat of Henrik Stenson versus Phil Mickelson for the Claret Jug would be a treat, but the truth is that with golf in its current state a more likely scenario is a blanket finish. A play-off on Sunday is a distinct possibility. The sport has plenty...

 

Have YOU spotted it? Russia's 'artificial star' set to light up the sky reaches orbit (but nobody seems...

The Russian ‘artificial star’ Mayak has successfully made it to orbit, putting it on path to become one of the brightest objects in the night sky. The satellite launched from Baikonur spaceport on July 14 aboard a Soyuz 2.1a rocket, and unfolded its...

 

Watch flare-throwing thugs attack Aberdeen fans in Bosnian pub

Aberdeen fans were attacked in Bosnia ahead of their Europa League tie with Siroki Brijag. A group of around a dozen masked thugs pinpointed at the Black Dog bar in Mostar and threw flares in the bar before attacking a group of around 50 Aberdeen fans...

 

Manchester United academy leads the way again in the Premier League after graduates racked up more than...

Manchester United's academy made the single biggest contribution to last season's Premier League of any youth set-up, a Press Association Sport study has found. Their graduates racked up more than twice as many top-flight minutes played as the next...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Ryan Giggs believes Manchester United's reputation for playing youth helps academy become biggest producer...

Ryan Giggs believes Manchester United's willingness to give kids a chance has helped the club's academy become the biggest producer of Premier League talent. A study conducted by Press Association Sport found that United's academy graduates last...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Leicester have £1m bid rejected for Sheffield Wednesday starlet George Hirst as Premier League clubs circle

Leicester have seen a £1million bid for Sheffield Wednesday starlet George Hirst rejected. Hirst - son of former Wednesday and England striker David - is viewed as one of the best emerging youngsters in the country. And the Foxes have made their move...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Bournemouth reject loan bids from Sunderland and Toulouse for winger Max Gradel

Bournemouth have rejected loan bids from Sunderland and Toulouse for winger Max Gradel.  The 29-year-old Gradel scored in a pre-season friendly win over Estoril on Saturday. The Cherries are fighting to keep hold of Gradel as goalkeeper Asmir Begovic...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
One-third of card payments contactless

One-third of card payments contactless

More than a third of all card payments are now contactless, according to new figures which also show a jump in pest control purchases. Trade association UK Finance said 33% of all spending on plastic was settled with a tap instead of a swipe in May....

BBC, 00:14 in Business
 

Disability Activists Storm Parliament

Commons cops try to block disabled people’s rally in Parliament against heartless Tories’ killer cuts by Felicity Collier & Tom Lansdell DISABLED people faced off with armed police at Parliament yesterday as they were told their T-shirts exposing...

 
Roll-over risks for fixed-price energy customers

Roll-over risks for fixed-price energy customers

Half a million households could see a 51% increase in their energy bills this summer - if they simply allow their old fixed-price tariffs to roll over. The warning comes from uSwitch, the price comparison and switching service. It says the biggest...

BBC, 00:14 in Business
 

Fury as more workers lose retirement year

Another seven years lopped off state pension age rise to 68 WORKERS in their 40s will have to work an extra year to qualify for their state pension under new rules announced by Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke yesterday. Changes to pensionable...

 

POA: ‘Matter of time’ until an officer dies

Health and safety at crisis point in British jails JAILS are breaching health and safety law, the leader of the Prison Officers Association (POA) said yesterday as the government secured a permanent injunction against guard walkouts. With chronic...

 


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