News archive from 21 May 2016

Transfer news: Granit Xhaka having Arsenal medical, Manchester United make Paul Pogba offer, Lucas Lima wants Chelsea move

Transfer news: Granit Xhaka having Arsenal medical, Manchester United make Paul Pogba offer, Lucas Lima...

There have been some major developments today if the latest batch of transfer rumours are to be believed. Big news has come in on major potential deals at Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea as they look to work their way back to the top of the...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Crystal Palace striker Connor Wickham praises war hero father as he prepares to do battle in the FA Cup...

When Connor Wickham appears in Saturday's FA Cup final against Manchester United at Wembley, he will be reminded of how much he owes his father for reaching that stage. The striker is expected to start for Crystal Palace and, beyond the chance of...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Saturday, May 21

Brilliant with some cut in the ground, MECCA’S ANGEL (Haydock, 4.10) is rarely seen without it so the rain forecast to fall overnight in the north west will be welcomed by connections and racegoers alike on Saturday. The Michael Dods-trained...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Migrant crisis: Greek judges tell Syrian refugee Turkey is unsafe

Migrant crisis: Greek judges tell Syrian refugee Turkey is unsafe

Greek judges have ruled that a Syrian asylum seeker should not be sent back to Turkey because it is not safe. Amnesty International campaigners say the decision throws the EU-Turkey migrant deal into doubt. They say migrants in Turkey do not have...

BBC, 00:04 in World News
 

Jeremy Corbyn to call for 'new economics' at Labour conference

Jeremy Corbyn will put big business on notice with a warning that Labour will "always seek to distribute the rewards of growth more fairly". Shopfloor workers, entrepreneurs and technicians should be put in the "driving seat", the...

 
Louis van Gaal axes three men for Man Utd's FA Cup final clash

Louis van Gaal axes three men for Man Utd's FA Cup final clash

Manchester United take on Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final tomorrow (5.30pm) as the Red Devils look to win their first trophy in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era. United travelled down by train earlier today and will stay in a hotel tonight ahead of...

 
Rio Ferdinand slams Man United squad: They’ve got no mental strength

Rio Ferdinand slams Man United squad: They’ve got no mental strength

The Red Devils hero believes standards have slipped at Old Trafford ever since Sir Alex Ferguson retired. He feels targets have changed and when he was at United an FA Cup win would only be seen as a success if the club had finished in the top four....

Daily Star, 00:09 in Sport
 

‘We will keep pushing the Tories back until we win’

LABOUR will seize on Tory infighting over Europe to reverse some of the government’s worst welfare cuts, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has told the Morning Star. In an interview at the TUC’s disabled workers’ conference, Mr McDonnell vowed to...

 

PM forced to climb down over NHS

Tory rebellion forces Cameron to accept amendment to TTIP TORY MPs defied orders from government whips yesterday to withdraw support for a motion that would exclude the NHS from the TTIP trade deal. The Prime Minister was forced to accept the...

 

Hundreds turn out to oppose fracking plans

Fate of picturesque rural area hinges on council’s decision HUNDREDS of anti-fracking campaigners staged a protest rally in North Yorkshire yesterday as councillors considered an application to extract gas in an area of beautiful countryside. The...

 

US ex-marine held for woman’s killing

Abe ‘outraged and speechless’ at latest in string of atrocities JAPANESE Prime Minister Shinzo Abe joined the governor of Okinawa in outrage yesterday at the latest murder of a local woman apparently by a US military contractor. Former US marine...

 

Israel: Yaalon resigns over Likud’s ‘extremist new direction’

by Our Foreign Desk ISRAEL’S defence minister quit yesterday saying he no longer trusted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose party was now ruled by “extremist and dangerous elements.” Moshe Yaalon resigned amid rumours that Mr Netanyahu was about...

 

Turkey: Immunity Bill lays prosecution threat on pro-Kurd MPs

by Our Foreign Desk THE Turkish parliament passed an Act yesterday to strip 138 opposition MPs of their legal immunity, opening the way to their prosecution on terror charges. A total of 376 deputies in the 550-seat assembly in Ankara voted in favour...

 

Tories obsessed with fracking

NORTH YORKSHIRE Tory councillors have a stark choice of backing the profits-at-all-costs approach of their national leadership or protecting the beauty and tranquillity of their area. It is easy for speculators to dub residents of Kirby Misperton...

 

Be part of the debate at the Star’s AGMs

Editor BEN CHACKO explains why today’s changed political scene means it’s a more exciting time than ever to be a shareholder in the people’s paper WHAT a difference a year makes. In the run-up to my first round of AGMs as editor this time last year,...

 


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