News archive from 22 May 2017

Andres Iniesta: This is why Real Madrid beat Barcelona to La Liga title

Andres Iniesta: This is why Real Madrid beat Barcelona to La Liga title

The race for first place came down to the final game as Zinedine Zidane's side beat Celta Vigo 4-1 to clinch his first league title as a manager. Barcelona ran their bitter rivals close, finishing three points behind them as they beat Eibar 4-2...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 

RBS investors warned they may have to wait years for any damages

Lawyers have warned it could take another seven years to legally establish any liability
by the Royal Bank of Scotland
for its role in the 2008 financial crisis and quantify any 
damages after a 14-week civil trial that begins today. Disgraced former...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Business
 
Cheryl still thinks she’s ‘massive’ after having son Bear but Liam Payne says she’s lost the baby weight

Cheryl still thinks she’s ‘massive’ after having son Bear but Liam Payne says she’s lost the baby weight

Liam Payne says his girlfriend Cheryl has lost the baby weight since giving birth to their son Bear in March. The Strip That Down singer says he has been encouraging Cheryl as the former X Factor judge apparently thinks she is ‘massive’. Liam, 23,...

Metro, 00:03 in Showbiz
 
Euro zone, IMF to seek compromise on Greek debt deal Monday

Euro zone, IMF to seek compromise on Greek debt deal Monday

Euro zone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund will seek a deal on Monday on Greek debt relief that balances the IMF's demand for a clear "when and how" with Germany's preference for "only if necessary" and...

Reuters, 00:05 in Business
 

Chemicals groups Huntsman, Clariant set to announce merger - sources

Hunstman Corp (HUN.N) and Clariant AG (CLN.S) are set to announce their merger on Monday, creating a chemical manufacturer with a market value of more than $14 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday. The Wall Street Journal reported...

Reuters, 00:05 in Business
 
Last night's TV reviewed: The road to revolutions

Last night's TV reviewed: The road to revolutions

The first European pilgrims to land on North America’s shores compared themselves to the ancient Israelites, who had their own journey to make out of Egypt. Generations on, the people in the wagon trains that settled America’s Western wilderness also...

 
Kylian Mbappe delivers update on his future at Monaco: Manchester United on alert

Kylian Mbappe delivers update on his future at Monaco: Manchester United on alert

Mbappe burst onto the scene for Monaco this season and has become one of Europe's most prolific strikers.  He shone on the European stage by becoming the first player ever to score in each of his first four Champions League knockout appearances. The...

 
FREXIT OVER: Marine Le Pen abandons plans to pull France out of EU after election loss

FREXIT OVER: Marine Le Pen abandons plans to pull France out of EU after election loss

After her defeat to Emmanuel Macron in the second round of French election voting earlier this month, leading figures within her Front National party will meet to discuss a change in policy direction. Bernard Monot, the party’s chief economic...

 

Police could back plan for fans to get the contents of illegal drugs checked out at Leeds Festival

Fans with illegal drugs at a major Yorkshire music festival may be able to get their contents forensically tested by an authorised on-site service instead of taking them ‘blind’. An organisation called The Loop normally carries out testing on drugs...

 

Police could back plan for fans to get the contents of illegal drugs checked out at Leeds Festival

Fans with illegal drugs at this summer’s Leeds Festival may be able to get their contents forensically tested by an authorised on-site service instead of taking them ‘blind’. An organisation called The Loop normally carries out testing on drugs seized...

 

College masterplan for flagship Leeds city centre site scaled down and delayed after going over budget

Plans for a brand new college campus on a flagship city centre regeneration site in Leeds have been forced back to the drawing board after the construction costs went over budget. Leeds City College has already won approval for the ambitious project...

 

Police could back plan for fans to get the contents of illegal drugs checked out at Leeds Festival

Fans with illegal drugs at a major Yorkshire music festival may be able to get their contents forensically tested by an authorised on-site service instead of taking them ‘blind’. An organisation called The Loop normally carries out testing on drugs...

 

College masterplan for flagship Leeds city centre site scaled down and delayed after going over budget

Plans for a brand new college campus on a flagship city centre regeneration site in Leeds have been forced back to the drawing board after the construction costs went over budget. Leeds City College has already won approval for the ambitious project...

 

Syrian refugee thanks Scots for their generosity and kindness

Mariam Amiri is still struck by fear every time she hears the sound of a helicopter. The noise reminds her of the time she and her family spent in refugee camps after fleeing the war in Syria, with only the flimsy canvas of their tent acting as...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

The Score shows shows its teeth on BT in Premier League final day showdown with Jeff Stelling and the Sky boys

Once Jose had been told by the Premier League his players couldn't have an extra lie in, it was full steam ahead for a traditional final day of Premier League football.  Which also meant telly's two rolling score shows could see off the season with a...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 


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