News archive from 30 September 2017

I can’t catch and pass, I like tackling, it’s that simple... Sam Underhill on why Eddie Jones wants a...

Sam Underhill is a hard-hitter in more ways than one. Bath’s new flanker is poised to become a thunderous defence force for his club and for England – while honing some forthright views as a politics student. The 21-year-old, who has already made his...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Labour demands £1.1bn housing rescue package

Ministers told to give social sector the support it needs after Grenfell disaster by Felicity Collier LABOUR called yesterday for a £1.1billion post-Grenfell “rescue package” for social housing. The party called on Theresa May to make good on her...

 

Hypocrite May rattles her sabres on Russian border

THERESA MAY was accused of the “grossest hypocrisy” by peace campaigners yesterday as she rattled sabres on the borders of Russia. Speaking to hundreds of British soldiers stationed in the former Soviet republic of Estonia, Ms May said leaving the EU...

 

Manchester Uni: Talk by Holocaust survivor attacked for ‘anti-semitism’

by Felicity Collier MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY censored a speech by a Holocaust survivor after Israeli officials decided it was “anti-semitic hate speech,” freedom of information requests have revealed. Marika Sherwood, a Jewish survivor of the Budapest...

 

Iraq: Baghdad forces attack Isis stronghold

GOVERNMENT troops attacked one of the last Isis strongholds in Iraq yesterday, the day after the death cult’s elusive leader apparently resurfaced in an audio recording urging global jihad. “A huge military operation has begun to liberate Hawija and...

 

Turkey: More army officers face arrest over failed coup

TURKISH authorities have issued warrants for 117 more military officers suspected of involvement in last year’s failed coup, the official Anadolu agency said yesterday. It said police had launched operations in 45 provinces to catch 98 active officers...

 

Greece: MP spared jail over call to attack immigrants

GREEK neonazi MP Ilias Kasidiaris received a six-month suspended sentence on Thursday for hate speech and incitement of violence against immigrants. An Athens misdemeanours court convicted Mr Kasidiaris, spokesman for the Golden Dawn party, over a...

 

Keeping up the pressure on May

CONGRATULATIONS to all labour movement activists descending on Manchester for Sunday’s national mobilisation against the Tories called by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity. Theresa May flirted before the general election with populist proposals...

 

Trump would personally save billions from his tax cut plan

by Bob Lord What’s the largest personal stake a US president has ever had in legislation he signed into law? Whatever it was, it’ll be dwarfed by what Donald Trump’s signature will be worth — to himself — if Congress passes his proposed tax plan and...

 

Corbyn’s Labour has the answers

Conference this week showed a rejuvenated party outlining an alternative that can both win for Labour and transform Britain, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE THIS week’s Labour Conference was the best attended, most exciting and most participatory for years....

 

Build the People’s Assemblies

There is more need for an anti-austerity movement, rooted in communities and workplaces, than ever before, writes STEVE SWEENEY THIS weekend’s demonstration will see tens of thousands from across the country descend on Manchester in protest at the...

 

US presidents had a long history of mixing sport and politics - until Trump

The current resident of the White House has a vendetta against the NFL after his failed attempt to set up his own league, writes PAULINE MURPHY DONALD TRUMP is the schoolyard bully who bullies all around him until he comes up against the big boys in...

 

Koeman: Everton players are scared

Toffees boss watches on as side are held in disappointing draw 2 Everton 2 Apollon Limassol by James Nalton at Goodison Park EVERTON played out a disappointing draw against 10-man Apollon Limassol in their second Europa League game of the season on...

 

NFL star receives death threats

TENNESSEE Titans tight end Delanie Walker revealed on Thursday that he and his family have received death threats since he told fans not to come to games if they felt disrespected by NFL players’ protests. The Pro Bowl tight end shared the...

 

A familiarity that breeds admiration

Rachel Whiteread’s major exhibition is an impressive reminder of the groundbreaking importance and approachability of her art, writes MICHAL BONCZA Rachel Whiteread Tate Britain London SW1 RACHEL WHITEREAD was the first woman to be awarded the Turner...

 


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