News archive from 20 October 2014, page 5

10 THINGS WE LEARNED: Mohamed Diame is a huge influence at Hull City, Gareth Barry takes no notice of Aston...

Sportsmail takes a look at 10 things we have learned from an entertaining weekend of Premier League fixtures, as well as intriguing statistics from the Football League.   1) Gareth Barry has his own way of answering the group of Aston Villa fans who...

Daily Mail, 01:00 in Sport
 
Sport fandom is an ethical minefield – one we must each navigate alone

Sport fandom is an ethical minefield – one we must each navigate alone

Last week, two young Australian jockeys died within days of each other, highlighting the inherent dangers of horse racing. I’ve long had an uneasy relationship with the ethics of the sport, both in terms of the industry’s treatment of animals and the...

Guardian, 01:06 in Sport
 
Status Quo strike a chord with top-selling brew

Status Quo strike a chord with top-selling brew

The group launched Piledriver ale - named after one of their albums - and now the tipple has shifted its millionth pint in just seven months.

 
Hotel owner makes millions housing Home Office asylum seekers

Hotel owner makes millions housing Home Office asylum seekers

Businessman Alex Langsam is reportedly putting up hundreds of asylum seekers in his Britannia Hotel chain paid for by the taxpayer. Three hotels in Folkestone, Kent and Bournemouth, Dorset, were found to be housing asylum seekers, along with 100 in...

 
Cameron gets tough on EU foreigners with planned jobs cap

Cameron gets tough on EU foreigners with planned jobs cap

The PM is to announce his new red line on immigration in a speech he hopes will claw back voters from Ukip.

 
Police quiz man over murder of pregnant mother of four

Police quiz man over murder of pregnant mother of four

The woman has been named locally as Donna Eastwood, a mother of four aged in her 30s. Detectives said they were treating the death as a targeted attack and believe that her killer was known to her.

 
Sol: I want to be a right-winger

Sol: I want to be a right-winger

The ex-England defender revealed he is considering joining the party as an ambassador, paving the way for a seat in Parliament. Campbell, 40, is said to be in talks with senior Tories about signing with the party in the run up to next year's General...

 
9 Brits still missing after horror avalanche kills 39

9 Brits still missing after horror avalanche kills 39

Families are desperately waiting for news on their loved ones safety after the blizzards killed at least 39 people. It came as a young couple feared dead sent a WhatsApp message yesterday to say they were safe. Jade House, 24, from Hampshire, and...

 
Travel Carnage! Magaluf bar chief to flog sexy holidays

Travel Carnage! Magaluf bar chief to flog sexy holidays

Alan Collinson, 28, has set up shop to flog seedy adult holidays to Mallorca and other sin resorts. The “King Carnage Travels” store will sell boozy party packages and filthy merchandise.

 
Fast track appeal for footie rapist Ched

Fast track appeal for footie rapist Ched

The sickening news emerged as it was revealed the footballer's appeal is to be fast-tracked. It will consider new evidence about his conviction. The traumatised 22-year-old had been forced to change her name to escape months of misery at the hands of...

 
Hitman who killed policeman blows £10k fighting jail

Hitman who killed policeman blows £10k fighting jail

Former US Marine David Bieber shot PC Ian Broadhurst, 34, in the head at point-blank range on Boxing Day 2003. The bobby had stopped his car for a forged tax disc unaware the driver was a 'gun-for-hire' on the run for a murder in the US who had...

 
Hurricane from hell to wreak havoc on Britain's roads

Hurricane from hell to wreak havoc on Britain's roads

The 300 mile-wide super blizzard is expected to batter Britain with 70mph gales and two weeks' rain in 24 hours from 10pm tonight. There are growing fears over the carnage to power cables, roads, rail lines and ferry services from the flooding. And...

 
David Cameron vows to create 3m apprenticeships

David Cameron vows to create 3m apprenticeships

David Cameron will pledge on Monday to end youth unemployment in the next parliament when he says a future Conservative government would use £1bn in welfare spending cuts to fund 3m new apprenticeships. A plan by the prime minister to reduce the...

Guardian, 01:10 in Politics
 

Sam Allardyce insists he has no concerns over his West Ham future after incredible turnaround at club in...

Sam Allardyce headed for his 60th birthday celebrations with West Ham occupying a Champions League place and the veteran manager admitting that he is too long in the tooth to fret over his Upton Park future. When Allardyce was given a stay of...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 

John Terry said the only question mark over Chelsea was whether they can do it without Diego Costa... but...

John Terry claimed it was the only remaining question about the title credentials of this Chelsea team: Could they win without Diego Costa? At Crystal Palace came an emphatic response. ‘We are strong as anyone and hungry to win the league,’ said...

Daily Mail, 01:11 in Sport
 


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