News archive from 29 March 2017

Manchester United under pressure to control supporters after partner charity Stonewall criticise homophobic...

Manchester United are under pressure to clamp down on their own supporters after their partner charity Stonewall stated that clubs must 'take the reporting of LGBT abuse seriously.' It follows a complaint that homophobic chants were sung by United's...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

The 50 greatest Champions League games of all time... Sportsmail reveals the third instalment of...

TOP 50 COUNTDOWN  Click HERE for Nos 50-41 Click HERE for Nos 40-31  The Champions League sees Europe's finest fight for supremacy at the continent's top table. Some of the most memorable matches in the history of club football have occurred during...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

France dispatches ministers to French Guiana after social unrest

Two French ministers will travel to French Guiana on Wednesday to seek a solution to protests sweeping the French territory in South America. Interior Minister Matthias Fekl and Ericka Bareigts, minister for France's overseas territories, were...

 

WATCH: Caught on camera: Do you know them?

Do you know any of these people? These CCTV images have been released by police in Kirklees of people they would like to speak to. Some of these people may be witnesses and have not necessarily committed a crime. If you know any of these people, call...

 

Livingstone faces NCC over Hitler comments

FORMER London mayor Ken Livingstone will appear before Labour’s national constitutional committee (NCC) tomorrow to defend himself against charges of anti-semitism. Mr Livingstone was suspended from Labour in April last year following comments on the...

 

Telegraph moves subbing out of house

TELEGRAPH subeditors will lose their jobs after the right-wing national newspaper announced yesterday that its production would move to Press Association offices in Yorkshire. Up to 40 people are believed to be at risk with a small core of subs to be...

 

BMW workers protest outside Munich HQ

BRITISH workers at Germanowned BMW car manufacturers are in Munich today fighting for their pensions. Highly profitable BMW plans to dump the workers’ occupational pension scheme and replace it with an inferior one which could see British workers lose...

 

Nato: US Senate says yes to Montenegro application

THE former Yugoslav republic of Montenegro took a step closer to Nato membership on Monday when the US Senate voted to approve its membership of the ever-expanding imperialist alliance. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had urged senators on both sides...

 

US: Nunes won’t step away from probe on Russia ties

US DEMOCRATS and neoconservatives united yesterday in calls for house intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes to recuse himself from the probe into alleged Kremlin meddling in the 2016 presidential election. But Mr Nunes said he’s not going to...

 

France: Chinese community clashes with Paris police after fatal shooting

PROTESTERS gathered in north-east Paris yesterday for a second day of demonstrations over the fatal shooting of a Chinese man in his home, and police launched an internal investigation into a death that took on diplomatic implications. Clashes broke...

 

Now is the time for unity

TODAY the Prime Minister is to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations over leaving the European Union — and that means the left needs to seriously up its game. The EU question has obviously divided the labour movement. Early last year the left was...

 

Israel won’t defeat worldwide action

RAMZY BAROUD describes the next phase of Israel’s war on the BDS movement THE Israeli state has violated international law more than any other country yet has rarely, if ever, been held accountable for crimes and misconduct. Israel’s successful public...

 

Please don’t mention Western intervention

By downplaying the West’s role in Yemen and Somalia, the Guardian is keeping its readers ignorant of the true nature of Western foreign policy, says IAN SINCLAIR EARLIER this month Stephen O’Brien, the United Nations undersecretary-general for...

 

A hero and stalwart of the Irish labour movement

SEAN BYERS describes why trade unionists should celebrate the life of Sean Morrissey ON FRIDAY evening, activists from across Ireland and Britain will gather at Unite the Union’s Belfast office to pay tribute to the life, work and legacy of Sean...

 

At 34, Defoe is not the answer for England

KADEEM SIMMONDS cannot work out why fans and the media are clamouring for the return of a striker who is leading a Sunderland team to relegation to the Championship I like having conversations on Twitter. They allow me to chat to people I don’t...

 


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