News archive from 24 July 2017

Pepe turns out with Besiktas team-mates for training session after making free transfer from Real Madrid

Portuguese defender Pepe has been putting in the hard preparation ahead of the new season as he prepares for life with new club Besiktas. The 34-year-old has linked up with his new team-mates as they gear up for another tough season in the Turkish...

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Prince William spills all on late mother Princess Diana: 'She'd be a nightmare granny'

Prince William spills all on late mother Princess Diana: 'She'd be a nightmare granny'

The 35-year-old spoke openly about Diana for a new ITV documentary, titled Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy. Asked how he keeps her memory alive for his children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, William revealed that he refers to...

 
EastEnders spoiler: Why is Lisa Fowler back? Actress drops ‘explosive’ Phil Mitchell bomb

EastEnders spoiler: Why is Lisa Fowler back? Actress drops ‘explosive’ Phil Mitchell bomb

Lucy Benjamin reprised her role as EastEnders icon Lisa on Friday night, in the wake of the tragic prom night attack which left Louise Mitchell (played by Tilly Keeper) with third degree burns.  While fans wait with baited breath to see what’s in...

 

Egypt-Gaza deal may end blockade

Former security chief hails ‘power-sharing’ arrangement AN EXILED Palestinian politician has quietly negotiated a power-sharing deal with former rival Hamas, which he says will end the blockade of the Gaza Strip. Former Gaza security chief Mohammed...

 

Khan: I’m against arms fair but there’s nothing I can do

SADIQ KHAN opposes an international arms fair to be held in London — but says he is powerless to stop it. The mayor of London said on Saturday that he does not want the capital to be used as a market place for “countries that contribute to human...

 

Threat to new taxi wheelchair user law

Just 11% of councils are ready to enforce latest equality rules by Felicity Collier JUST one in 10 councils are in a position to enforce new laws that would stop taxis from discriminating against disabled people, campaigners warn today. From October,...

 

Syria: Troops close in on besieged Deir Ezzor

Army pushes closer to Isis-threatened city SYRIA’S army recaptured territory from Isis south-east of Raqqa on Saturday night. The army’s special forces also seized an oil field in al-Sabkhawi gas field and the town of al-Dakhila on the Euphrates river...

 

Venezuela: Opposition tries to disrupt the democratic process

VENEZUELA’s opposition are calling for mass marches this week in an attempt to force President Nicolas Maduro to abort Sunday’s elections for a new congress. The Democratic Unity Roundtable (Mud) coalition has sent social media messages — seen by the...

 

Syria: Hezbollah on the attack after negotiator killed

LEBANON’S militant group Hezbollah resumed its offensive against Syrian rebel fighters near the Syrian border yesterday after the extremists killed a negotiator. Ahmad Faleeti, former deputy mayor of the border town of Arsal, was killed on Saturday...

 

Brexit: Who’ll call the shots?

Twelve top big business leaders marched into 10 Downing Street last Thursday afternoon to give Theresa May and her Brexit ministers their orders. Representatives from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the Institute of Directors, City...

 

The single market will not tolerate socialist policies

If we don’t want Corbyn’s Labour to end up like Syriza then Britain must reject the European market, argues PHIL HALL CONTINUED membership of the EU is now a serious obstacle to the success of a future Labour government and for this reason we should...

 

France: Macron’s selective history aids Netanyahu’s deception

KEVIN OVENDEN finds a disturbing and deliberate confusion behind the French and Israeli leaders’ meeting “WE WILL not surrender to anti-zionism. It is a reincarnation of anti-semitism.” Benjamin Netanyahu could barely contain his delight as French...

 

Immigration: This policy is both cruel and unnecessary

Five years on, the Tories’ family migration income threshold is continuing to make people’s lives needlessly miserable, writes NAZEK RAMADAN AS A British citizen, Laura never expected to be on the sharp end of immigration policy. But when she met and...

 

Swimming: Ledecky blitzes opening event in Budapest

Ben Peaty qualifies fastest in 100m breaststroke WORLD champion Katie Ledecky started a very busy week at the world championships in Budapest, Hungary, with a dominating performance yesterday in the 400m freestyle qualifying heats. The US 20-year-old...

 

Athletics: Super Sophie breaks world record

SOPHIE HAHN smashed her own world record to complete a double gold bid as she defended her T38 100m title on a successful Saturday night for Team GB at the World Para Athletics Championships. The 20-year-old stormed ahead of teammate Kadeena Cox, who...

 


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