News archive from 26 April 2017

Dynamo Kiev fans wear Ku Klux Klan outfits and masks featuring swastikas during 'white frenzy' for clash...

A group of Dynamo Kiev fans wore outfits linked to white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and masks featuring swastikas for their home clash with bitter rivals Shakhtar Donetsk. Dynamo's ultras used social media to urge fans to attend the game...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Nintendo Switch Stock update for Best Buy and Toys R Us for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe launch

Nintendo Switch Stock update for Best Buy and Toys R Us for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe launch

Nintendo Switch stock is still in high demand in the United States, with retailers like Gamestop having recently sold their latest online shipment. However, good news this week has confirmed that both Best Buy and Toys R Us will receive new console...

 

Southern DOO dispute talks adjourn after 2 days

Southern were adjourned yesterday after two days. Southern’s owners Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) met with leaders of transport union RMT in a bid to break the deadlocked row, which has sparked 31 days of strike action. The dispute centres on GTR’s...

 

Remember that another world is possible

IRISH Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) president Brian Campfield urged trade unionists to have the “optimism that another world is possible” at the Scottish TUC Congress in Aviemore yesterday. He said we must “rededicate ourselves to fighting for...

 

Election ‘about issues not just flags’

POLITICAL parties cannot be allowed to turn the general election into a rerun of constitutional debates but must focus on the “everyday issues that concern workers, their families and communities,” the Scottish TUC will hear today. The STUC general...

 
Kenny Miller offered new Rangers deal after impressing boss Pedro Caixinha

Kenny Miller offered new Rangers deal after impressing boss Pedro Caixinha

Kenny Miller is set to commit his future to Rangers after being offered a contract for next season by new boss Pedro Caixinha. Talks began in earnest with the former Scotland striker last week after he impressed his Portuguese gaffer with his...

 

44 Scotland Street: Stuart has lunch

Leaving the office, Stuart was light-headed, almost to the point of feeling intoxicated. The full enormity of what he had done was yet to come home to him, but he knew that his life had changed – and changed irrevocably. Handing in his resignation to...

 

Workers ‘must go on the offensive to start winning’

TRADE unionists issued a rallying call yesterday, urging workers to go on the offensive rather then begging governments for their rights. At an STUC fringe organised by the Morning Star, Institute of Employment Rights (IER) and People’s Assembly...

 

Immigration not Labour’s top priority in Brexit talks

REDUCING immigration would not be the main priority for a post-Brexit Britain under Labour, Sir Keir Starmer said yesterday. EU nationals would be allowed to remain — but migration would be “managed” because immigration was a driving factor in the...

 

STUC general council statement on the general election

The Prime Minister has called this election, ostensibly to seek a mandate for her misguided hard Brexit strategy. Having previously ruled out the possibility of an election, and despite a commitment, entrenched in law, that the Parliament would run...

 

Brighton goalkeeper David Stockdale set to be rewarded for his impressive season with a contract extension...

Brighton goalkeeper David Stockdale is expected to sign a contract extension at the end of this season after proving pivotal in their Premier League promotion push. Chelsea were linked with Stockdale in January as they searched for a new No 2, while...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
MPs question government's 'grip' on new school places

MPs question government's 'grip' on new school places

MPs have questioned "how much of a grip" the Department for Education has on providing school places where they are needed in England. The system is "increasingly incoherent and too often poor value for money," says the Public...

BBC, 00:08 in Regional
 

Brexit without a deal ‘as damaging as independence’ says Dugdale

Tory threats that Britain could leave the European Union without an agreed Brexit deal are as damaging to the UK as Nicola Sturgeon’s plans to hold a second independence referendum, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will claim. Ms Dugdale will warn...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Politics
 

Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko: Meet the trainers, physios and chefs preparing their heavyweights for...

It is often said that boxing is a lonely sport. Two fighters, one ring – nowhere to hide and no one to turn to. But in the weeks and months leading up to fight night, even the greatest boxers rely on ever-expanding teams to ensure they are as best...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 

Neymar undergoes ancient 'fire cupping' therapy as Barcelona striker looks to ignite side's La Liga title...

Neymar will have to sit out Barcelona's La Liga clash with Osasuna on Wednesday night through suspension, but the Brazilian is already gearing up for his return with a dose of 'fire cupping'. The ancient therapy would appear to be making a comeback...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 


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