News archive from 30 March 2016

Chris Eubank Jnr asked to choose between Nick Blackwell's health and his British title in controversial...

A Channel 4 reporter has been criticised for asking Chris Eubank Jnr to choose between his newly-won British title and the health of his beaten opponent Nick Blackwell. Blackwell remains in hospital in an induced coma after suffering a bleed on his...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Experts call for a proper teacher in every nursery

A QUALIFIED teacher should be employed in every nursery in the country to aid speech and language skills, Save The Children says. In a report published today, the charity says that thousands of youngsters are struggling to keep up with their peers as...

 

Special constable faces trial on child porn charges

A METROPOLITAN Police officer appeared in court yesterday charged with making indecent images of children. Special constable Linford Braithwaite was charged with six counts of sexual offences, namely the producing of 105 pictures of children in...

 

Paedophile probe failure ‘means May should go’

A FORMER Tory MP called on Home Secretary Theresa May yesterday to “consider her position” following the collapse of a police investigation into a VIP paedophile ring. Harvey Proctor, who was cleared after being investigated as part of Scotland Yard’s...

 

Cyprus: ‘Lovesick’ Egyptian held over hijacking of airliner

A MAN who hijacked a plane from Egypt to Cyprus — allegedly so that he could visit his estranged wife — was arrested on the island yesterday. The EgyptAir plane was carrying 56 passengers on a domestic flight from Alexandria to Cairo when a man on...

 

Latin America: Macri government’s ban on Telesur sparks angry reaction

POLITICIANS and journalists lined up on Monday to condemn the ban on left-wing TV network Telesur imposed by Argentinian President Mauricio Macri’s government. Communications Minister Hermann Lombardi claimed that “there was no pluralism at Telesur”...

 

Iran: Tudeh Party mourns top communist

THE communist Tudeh Party of Iran has paid tribute to its veteran comrade Hashem Beni Torofi, who was buried on Saturday in Tehran. Dr Beni Torofi was born in 1926 and studied medicine at the University of Tehran. He joined the Tudeh Party in 1947,...

 

Direct action could save steel

THE fact that workers in south Wales have to wait with bated breath for a decision on their future livelihoods to be made nearly 10,000 miles away says everything about the dysfunctional and undemocratic nature of modern capitalism. The British...

 

Obama’s Cuba visit offers real hope

There are positive signs that relations between the US and Cuba will be normalised, but there is a long way to go yet, writes NATASHA HICKMAN “IT IS time now for us to leave the past behind. It is time for us to look forward to the future together.”...

 

Farewell Comrade

Jeremy Corbyn leads tributes to ‘wise and witty’ former Morning Star editor Bill Benfield LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has led tributes in honour of the Morning Star’s “wise and witty” former editor Bill Benfield who sadly passed away yesterday. Mr...

 

The anti-Corbyn Labour right can no longer be given the benefit of the doubt

CHELLEY RYAN used to believe that Jeremy’s detractors had the best interests of the party at heart underneath all the squabbling – but not any more WHEN a Facebook friend sent me this message: “Did you hear Angela Smith has called on Jeremy to...

 

Don’t get carried away by that England win

While some journalists are starting to talk about Roy Hodgson’s Young Lions as dark horses at Euro 2016, KADEEM SIMMONDS has his feet firmly on the ground IT IS east to get carried away by Saturday’s result in Germany. A young, energetic and fun...

 

Coventry City midfielder has scan on a groin problem - Scunthorpe United wait to learn more on Jim O'Brien...

SCUNTHORPE United will learn more about midfielder Jim O'Brien's groin injury during the next couple of days. The on-loan Coventry City ace is today having a scan on the problem, which he suffered on Good Friday, during the Iron's goalless draw with...

 

A-mazeing mischief in a time-warp

James Walsh on culture matters This article is reserved for Morning Star subscribers. To read on, and gain access to the rest of the Star’s news, features, arts and sport, subscribe to our e-edition — letting you read the people’s paper wherever you...

 
Republic of Ireland 2 Slovakia 2: Two penalties help Martin O'Neill's men to deserved draw

Republic of Ireland 2 Slovakia 2: Two penalties help Martin O'Neill's men to deserved draw

Elliot was taken off on a stretcher on 16 minutes after clutching his right knee in agony when he failed to prevent Miroslav Stoch from firing Slovakia ahead in Dublin. It is feared the injury could sideline him for weeks, with Newcastle facing a...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 


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