News archive from 27 November 2017

Everton labelled 'embarrassing' by Martin Keown as he says their next game against West Ham could be the...

Everton's next Premier League fixture could be the biggest game in the club's history, according to pundit Martin Keown. The former defender labelled the 16th placed side 'embarrassing' before calling on the senior players to turn up for Wednesday's...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Villarreal 2-3 Sevilla: Ever Banega penalty snatches victory for Eduardo Berizzo's side as they repeat...

Ever Banega scored the winner from the penalty spot as Sevilla produced another sensational comeback to win 3-2 at 10-man Villarreal in La Liga on Sunday. Eduardo Berizzo's side, who recovered from three goals down to draw 3-3 with Liverpool in the...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Insightful account of Welsh broadcasting on cusp of change

The Broadcasters of BBC Wales 1964-1990 by Gareth Price (Y Lolfa £12.99) THIS book’s cover brings to mind the BBC handbook published annually for six decades up until 1987 and its immense detail too is a reminder of those chunky volumes. Its author...

 

Visionary who realised the dream of a democratic architecture

Sydney Cook’s contribution to the development of social housing is recognised in an excellent new book, says MICHAL BONCZA Cook’s Camden: The Making of Modern Housing by Mark Swenarton (Lund Humphries, £45) SYDNEY COOK’S contribution to...

 

Indictments of class war sundering the US

Tales of Two Americas: Stories of Inequality in a Divided Nation Edited by John Freeman (OR Books, £15) WITH contributions from 36 contemporary writers, Tales of Two Americas explores what it feels like to live now in an inequality-riven US. It’s a...

 
PDVSA: Maduro names general to head Venezuela oil firm

PDVSA: Maduro names general to head Venezuela oil firm

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has named a general to head the state oil company, PDVSA, and the country's energy ministry. Mr Maduro said the appointment of Major General Manuel Quevedo was "a new oil revolution" to tackle corruption....

BBC, 00:05 in World News
 
UK's post-Brexit economy plan set to be unveiled

UK's post-Brexit economy plan set to be unveiled

The government's plan to boost UK industry ahead of the country leaving the EU is due to be unveiled later. The industrial strategy is aimed at lifting growth, which official forecasts suggest will slow due to the UK's poor productivity performance....

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
Citizens Advice warns about subscription contracts

Citizens Advice warns about subscription contracts

Many consumers still struggle to get out of unwanted subscriptions such as gym memberships and online streaming services, according to Citizens Advice. Analysis of almost 600 problems reported to the service found that in just three months consumers...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

Fired-up Chris Coleman lifts the doom and gloom at Sunderland following his first win as the Black Cats boss

It was ugly, but Chris Coleman wasn’t fussed. Neither were the Sunderland fans, who travelled to Burton in great voice and numbers to watch their side claim a first win in the Championship since August. After 80 minutes of stodgy, turgid football in...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Barcelona stars hit out at officials over failure to award Lionel Messi 'goal' in draw at Valencia: 'The...

Barcelona have hit out at the referee and his assistants for failing to award Lionel Messi's first half 'goal' in an action-packed 1-1 draw at La Liga title rivals Valencia on Sunday. Messi's tame shot in the 30th minute was spilled by Valencia...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Wales lose to NZ for 30th time in a row

Hosts just not clinical enough to hold back world champions’ onslaught. Wales 18-33 New Zealand, by David Nicholson at the Millennium Stadium THE 64 years of hurt against the All Blacks continues as the World Champions racked up their 30th straight...

 

Drought continues for Lukaku despite win

Striker visibly frustrated in Old Trafford victory over Seagulls. Man United 1-0 Brighton, by Simon Williams at Old Trafford MANCHESTER United manager Jose Mourinho praised the work ethic of striker Romelu Lukaku following his side’s win against...

 

Israel and US attempt to stymie UN settlement ‘blacklist’

by Josef Federman, Josh Lederman and Jamey Keaten WEEKS ahead of the expected completion of a UN database of companies that operate in Israel’s West Bank settlements, Israel and the Trump administration are working feverishly to prevent its...

 

How does democracy in Cuba work?

With Castro’s announcement that he will not accept nomination to the presidency in 2018, we can expect the spotlight to be shone on the Cuba elections as never before. LAUREN COLLINS explains the Cuban election process and the participatory nature of...

 
North Korean nuclear threat ‘only aimed at the US’ and other countries ‘SHOULD NOT FEAR’

North Korean nuclear threat ‘only aimed at the US’ and other countries ‘SHOULD NOT FEAR’

Ri Jong-hyok, the deputy of North Korea's Supreme People's Assembly and director of the National Reunification Institute, attempted to calm world fears by stating that the rogue nation only has a problem with the United States as nations around the...

 


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