News archive from 22 September 2016

Arsene Wenger alarmed over Arsenal star's fitness

Arsene Wenger alarmed over Arsenal star's fitness

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Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Liverpool star Emre Can speaks out: This has been tough for me

Liverpool star Emre Can speaks out: This has been tough for me

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Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Social work services ‘unsustainable’ as costs rise to £3.1bn

Social work services are unsustainable in the long term, according to a report that shows the annual bill has hit £3.1 billion in Scotland. The Accounts Commission found council social work departments are facing “significant challenges” due to a...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Health
 
Some universities need to triple mental health services funding, says report

Some universities need to triple mental health services funding, says report

Some universities need to triple their funding for mental health services if they are to meet growing demand from students in need of support, according to a new report. The paper by the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) thinktank says the...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Juventus 4 - 0 Cagliari: Massimiliano Allegri's side show no sign of crisis as they head back to the top of...

Crisis, what crisis? Juventus bounced back with an emphatic 4-0 win over Cagliari to move back to the top of Serie A after Napoli could only draw at Genoa. Juventus lost its perfect start to the season on Sunday as Inter Milan came from behind to win...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: This is how I feel about facing Chelsea in the EFL Cup

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: This is how I feel about facing Chelsea in the EFL Cup

The Hammers saw off Accrington Stanley 1-0 with a late clincher from talisman Dimitri Payet. The Frenchman curled in a 96th minute free-kick to send West Ham through and ease some of the tension at the London Stadium. And following the draw, Bilic’s...

 

Lecturers to ballot over Hull cuts

HULL College lecturers are balloting on strike action over plans to slash 141 jobs, their union announced yesterday. The college’s bosses want to shed the lecturers’ jobs, despite losing 385 teaching jobs since 2011, according to the University and...

 

Cuts put social work in trouble

SEVERE cuts to local government spending in Scotland has meant that the current provision of social work is “unsustainable,” the Accounts Commission watchdog warned yesterday. An Audit Scotland report concluded that councils had coped well in recent...

 

Ban on anti-fracking ad overturned

Greenpeace celebrates as ban lifted by Sofia Lotto Persio GREENPEACE celebrated yesterday as a ban on a campaign advert claiming that fracking would not cut energy bills was overturned. The environmental campaigners had put out an ad in January last...

 

Police unleash tear gas on protesting students

SOUTH African police met stone-throwing students with tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades yesterday in a second day of clashes in Johannesberg over free education. Several University of Witwatersrand students were injured, South African media...

 

Maduro vows to act over US’s ‘invasion of air space’

by James Tweedie VENEZUELAN President Nicolas Maduro condemned Washington on Tuesday night for invading his country’s airspace over the weekend. “Venezuela has to defend itself with dignity and clarity, and great force,” Mr Maduro said. “We are not...

 

Blame game as week-old truce lies in total tatters

by Our Foreign Desk SYRIAN troops advanced in Aleppo and fought off rebel assaults in Damascus yesterday as Russia and the United States blamed each other for the collapse of an attempted ceasefire. White House security adviser Ben Rhodes claimed...

 

Paternalism over at M&S

MARKS & SPENCER used to have two major claims to fame — its goods were produced exclusively in Britain and its staff pay and conditions were so superior that trade union representation was unnecessary. Trade unionists insist that union...

 

Basically, banks are just organised crime

Steven Walker charts a crime wave of extraordinary proportions that gets little or no attention IT COMES to something when the governor of the Bank of England announced recently that corrupt bankers represent a threat not only to those ordinary people...

 

The media must put an end to its relentless profit-driven migrant bashing

The media’s awful portrayal of immigrants is having a pernicious and lasting effect on Britain’s streets, writes PAUL DONOVAN “LURID immigration front pages sell papers,” said a fellow journalist who had just joined the Daily Express when I asked him...

 


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