News archive from 24 April 2017, page 12

Antoine Griezmann’s agent reveals approaches and Man Utd project: This is unavoidable

Antoine Griezmann’s agent reveals approaches and Man Utd project: This is unavoidable

Atletico Madrid’s hitman has drawn great attention ahead of the summer transfer window. Jose Mourinho has prioritised the 25-year-old as his No1 target at Old Trafford. However, Chelsea, Manchester City, Barcelona and Real Madrid are in the hunt too....

 

Why cycle investment will be increased whoever becomes West Midlands mayor

Birmingham cyclists are set to get a massive boost whoever wins the West Midlands Mayoral election after all candidates signed a pledge to increase funding and facilities. Local members of campaign group Cycling UK persuaded five candidates to set...

 

Why cycle investment will be increased whoever becomes West Midlands mayor

Birmingham cyclists are set to get a massive boost whoever wins the West Midlands Mayoral election after all candidates signed a pledge to increase funding and facilities. Local members of campaign group Cycling UK persuaded five candidates to set...

 

Eight North Korean defectors in China at risk of deportation - Human Rights Watch

Eight North Korean defectors in China face involuntary repatriation after being detained by Chinese police last month, the Human Rights Watch group and a pastor who have been assisting them said on Monday. Human Rights Watch said Chinese government...

 
Pence trims Asia trip to deal with domestic priorities

Pence trims Asia trip to deal with domestic priorities

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has cut short the final leg of his Asia trip to race back to Washington, where the Trump administration faces a critical week on tax reform and a funding plan to keep the government running, an aide said on Sunday....

 
U.S. President Trump resorting to unilateralism with steel probe -China Daily

U.S. President Trump resorting to unilateralism with steel probe -China Daily

Washington's move to probe steel imports could trigger a trade dispute between the United States and its major trading partners, who are likely to take retaliatory steps, the official China Daily said in an editorial on Monday. The article was the...

Reuters, 05:51 in Business
 

North Wales Police investigate dozens of sports club abuse allegations

Almost 40 referrals have been made to North Wales Police regarding alleged abuse of children at sporting organisations since 2016 official figures reveal. Thirty-eight have been made since the start of 2016 of which 28 are being investigated by other...

 
Tottenham fell into Chelsea’s trap in FA Cup semi-final - Jamie Redknapp

Tottenham fell into Chelsea’s trap in FA Cup semi-final - Jamie Redknapp

Spurs looked good bets to progress in the competition going into the game on Saturday with a mostly full-strength side. They’ve been in great form in the Premier League and have trimmed Chelsea’s lead down to four points in the title race. But on the...

Daily Star, 05:52 in Sport
 
Putin pumping BILLIONS of pounds into military amid NATO fears of CONFLICT with Russia

Putin pumping BILLIONS of pounds into military amid NATO fears of CONFLICT with Russia

A study by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) think-tank found Vladimir Putin increased spending by almost six per cent since 2015 – the second consecutive year in the row. But the £54billion ($69.2billion) expenditure was...

 

Hull man's horrific acid burns after e-cig explodes 'like hand grenade'

A man has suffered horrific acid burns and bruising after his e-cigarette "blew up like a hand grenade". Ian Cudbertson had been watching television when he suddenly felt his e-cigarette burning red hot in his pocket. He took it out and it...

 

Zara 'to leave' St Stephens in Hull as leases on 17 stores up for renewal

Fashion retailer Zara could be pulling out of St Stephen's Shopping Centre, as the leases on 17 shops are up for renewal. The Mail understands Zara could be leaving the Hull shopping centre and that JD Sports will replace it. It's potential departure...

 

Why Marco Silva should be hailed for his bravery as much as tactical class

Mail columnist Peter Swan reflects on what he believes is the key to Marco Silva's success at Hull City. When the going gets tough you need a leader who is confident in every decision they make and everything they do. It breeds confidence that...

 

Hull FC won't get carried away by win over Castleford Tigers insists Lee Radford

Lee Radford insists Hull FC are not getting carried away after moving to within one point of the top of the Super League after a 26-24 victory over leaders Castleford Tigers. The Black and Whites withstood Castleford's onslaught after leading 18-0 in...

 

New Papa John's pizza opens in Holderness Road, east Hull

Pizza delivery giant Papa John's will open its new takeaway in Holderness Road today - promising to serve up "world class" food to hungry customers. After opening its first store in Anlaby Road last August, the popular American pizza chain...

 

'I did Sea of Hull shoot pregnant and three weeks later little Isaac was here'

As Karen Forshaw gazed with pride at her naked, pregnant self she was cradling her young son who was born just three weeks after the Spencer Tunick shoot. Karen, 41, came to the opening of the SKIN exhibition at the Ferens Art Gallery featuring Sea of...

 


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