News archive from 27 October 2017

Christian thrown off course in gay comments row to learn High Court ruling

A devout Christian thrown off a Sheffield University social work course after being accused of posting derogatory comments about lesbians, gay men and bisexuals on a Facebook page is waiting to hear whether he has won a High Court fight. Felix Ngole,...

 

Man faces jail for revenge-fuelled cyber campaign against brother-in-law

An internet troll is facing jail for subjecting his brother-in-law to a vicious cyber campaign in revenge for the breakdown of his marriage. Jobless Shohidul Islam, 26, falsely branded Mohammed Razaul Karim an Islamic State supporter, a paedophile and...

 
Glasgow will benefit from European disappointment on return to PRO14

Glasgow will benefit from European disappointment on return to PRO14

Glasgow’s disappointments in Europe will help them in the long-term as they re-enter the Guinness PRO14 tonight against new South African visitors Southern Kings, believes Dave Rennie. Two losses to follow the six wins to start the PRO14 campaign were...

The Courier, 00:00 in Sport
 
Tottenham striker Harry Kane faces late fitness test for Manchester United clash

Tottenham striker Harry Kane faces late fitness test for Manchester United clash

Harry Kane has a 50/50 chance of playing against Manchester United this weekend. The Tottenham striker is struggling with a hamstring problem and will be assessed as close to kick-off as possible, the Daily Mail report. More: Football Chelsea, Man Utd...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 
Celtics vs Bucks LIVE stream: How to watch NBA online and on TV

Celtics vs Bucks LIVE stream: How to watch NBA online and on TV

The Celtics suffered a home-opening loss to the Bucks just eight days ago but have since won back-to-back games against the Philadelphia 76ers and New York Knicks. However Giannis Antetokounmpo has already staked his claim for this year’s MVP title...

 

Wages down, prices up – McDonnell calls for action

JOHN MCDONNELL urged  the government to “change direction” yesterday after new economic figures confirmed that people are suffering due to years of Tory failure. The shadow chancellor said that his Tory opposite number Philip Hammond was putting...

 

MP O’Mara suspended over abuse allegations

Labour to probe ‘ugly bitch’ claims MP JARED O’MARA has had the Labour whip suspended while claims that he called a constituent an “ugly bitch” are investigated, the party said yesterday. The move follows Labour’s announcement on Tuesday that it had...

 

£450k-earning vice-chancellor off pay board

A UNIVERSITY vice-chancellor who was paid £451,000 last year has been dropped from the committee that sets her wages. But the University and College Union (UCU) dismissed the University of Bath’s action against vice-chancellor Dame Glynis Breakwell as...

 

Trial of rights activists begins

THE trial of 11 human rights activists on charges of aiding terrorism began in Turkish city Istanbul yesterday. Ten of the activists, including Amnesty’s Turkey director Idil Eser, German national Peter Steudtner and Swede Ali Gharavi, were arrested...

 

No cause for celebration

THERESA MAY’S declaration that she will celebrate the infamous Balfour declaration centenary “with pride” exposes the hypocrisy of her government’s supposed commitment to a two-state solution. The fact that she will commemorate Britain’s secretive...

 

Hotchiwitchi, urchin or just Mrs Tiggywinkle…

…by any name PETER FROST loves a hedgehog IF YOU are lucky enough to have a hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) in your garden, now is the time to give their welfare some thought. Particularly think about hedgehogs around bonfire time. Every year numbers...

 

Missed opportunities for peace in Korea

In the final part of a three-part series, JOHN ELLISON catches up with the present-day situation on the Korean peninsula THE enormous losses suffered in the three-year Korean war (five million dead, destruction in the South, incomparably more in the...

 

The Ian Lavery ‘scandal’ deliberately misses the point of trade unions

The media coverage says nothing about the good work Lavery for mineworkers as NUM president, writes SOLOMON HUGHES SINCE last March the Sunday Times and BBC2’s Newsnight have been running an “investigation” into Ian Lavery MP, the chair of the Labour...

 
NHS cyber attack was ‘relatively unsophisticated and could have been prevented’, probe finds

NHS cyber attack was ‘relatively unsophisticated and could have been prevented’, probe finds

The cyber attack that crippled NHS computers across the Fylde coast was ‘relatively unsophisticated and could have been prevented’, an investigation has found. And the head of the National Audit Office (NAO)today called for health bosses to act...

 

Claude Puel hails 'fantastic' Leicester City and outlines big plans to make his new club successful once again

New Leicester City manager Claude Puel has paid tribute to the Foxes squad, fan base and ownership following his unveiling at the King Power Stadium. Puel has been drafted in at the Leicester helm following the recent sacking of Craig Shakespeare and...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 


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