News archive from 26 November 2016

Euro 2016 cost British taxpayer £1m as Home Office reveal police officers were sent to protect England,...

British taxpayers spent £1m on helping to police Euro 2016. Figures released by the Home Office reveal the staggering sum was shelled out on the Euros - despite them taking place in France. The seven-figure amount includes money spent sending teams of...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

BOSTON SATURDAY LEAGUE: Fixtures

Boston Saturday League fixtures for November 26: Taylors Garages Premier Division (KO 2.15pm): Boston College v Old Leake (C. Wade), Coningsby v Wyberton Reserves (M. Brader), Pointon v Leverton Sheepgate FC (P. Keeble), Ruskington Rovrs v Spilsby...

 
Venezuela: Maduro says US fabricated drugs case against nephews

Venezuela: Maduro says US fabricated drugs case against nephews

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has accused the US of fabricating drug trafficking allegations against two nephews of his wife, Cilia Flores. A court in New York last week found Efrain Antonio Campos Flores and Franqui Francisco Flores de Freitas...

BBC, 00:04 in World News
 
NHS to create specialist centres for childbirth mental health problems

NHS to create specialist centres for childbirth mental health problems

The NHS is set to overhaul services for women who develop mental health problems around childbirth in a bid to ease the suffering caused by postnatal depression and reduce the number of new mothers who kill themselves or their baby. NHS England is...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Third of domestic abuse starts during pregnancy

Midwives expose shocking level of violence directed against pregnant women UP TO 60 per cent of women who experience domestic violence are abused by their partners while pregnant, a midwives’ union said yesterday as a new campaign was launched to...

 

Club says Grayling is ‘putting lives at risk’

Brighton and Hove Albion slams Southern fiasco by Steve Sweeney BRIGHTON and Hove Albion Football Club has accused Transport Secretary Chris Grayling of “putting lives at risk” in the Southern trains dispute, it was revealed yesterday. Club director...

 

Scotland: Activists blockade Amazon warehouse

Black Friday protest highlights abysmal working conditions TRADE union activists shut down an Amazon warehouse yesterday in a bid to highlight the plight of the workers on Black Friday — the retail giant’s biggest sales day of the year. Unite...

 

Colombia: Signed peace deal ‘just the first step’

Farc leader Timochenko working for end of civil war COLOMBIAN communist guerilla leader Timochenko said the new accord signed by his movement and the government on Thursday was just the first step towards peace. Rodrigo Londono, known by his nom de...

 

Lesotho: Feuding factions agree unity plan

LESOTHO’S warring political parties have agreed to form a unity government, potentially ending a bloody conflict that has lasted more than a year. Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili’s Democratic Congress and former prime minister Tom Thabane’s All...

 

Syria: Government troops push further into eastern Aleppo

SYRIAN government troops and foreign volunteers pushed forward on two fronts into insurgent-occupied east Aleppo yesterday. The army expanded the foothold in the north-eastern Hanano district that it had won earlier in the week, capturing most of the...

 

Elite plot an EU stitch-up

ANYONE wondering why the public stock of politicians is so low in Britain could begin by juggling the names John Major, Tony Blair, George Osborne and Nick Clegg. Major, the man who privatised the railways and threw tantrums over back-bench...

 

A new Lucas Plan for the future

The Lucas Plan, which was put together 40 years ago, showed how arms manufacture could be converted to socially useful production without job losses. Its anniversary will be celebrated at a conference in Birmingham today, writes David King THE ideas...

 

The Tories are hammering Britain’s economy

Incomes and living standards are in freefall and our public services are being left to rot, writes RICHARD BURGON THE Conservatives’ long-term economic plan has delivered a long-term decline in living standards.  That was how Labour’s shadow...

 

The Autumn Statement – Tory failure confirmed

The Chancellor’s economic plans offer little hope for the future and yet more austerity, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE THE Tory Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement confirmed that in the years ahead for Britain the picture is pretty gloomy — tax...

 

Coologue favourite to win the Gold Cup

Our tipster Farringdon casts his expert eye over the pick of the weekend’s meets It’s Hennessy Gold Cup weekend at Newbury and the big race of the day, due off at 3.10, looks a cracking renewal with Coologue my big tip for the feature at odds of...

 


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