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FA were asked SEVEN times by victim to pursue sexism case... before telling her they would do NOTHING about it

FA executives were asked seven times for help by a victim of sex discrimination in football before telling her they would not pursue the case, Sportsmail can reveal. The governing body's chairman Greg Clarke astonished many in the game on Wednesday by...

yesterday, 22:48 in Sport
 

Manchester City take out trespass injunction after seven daredevils break into Etihad Stadium and climb on...

Any trespassers on Manchester City property face potential jail in an immediate response to seven urban free climbers breaking into the Etihad Stadium. The youngsters filmed themselves free-running around the stadium on August 27, with footage showing...

yesterday, 22:44 in Sport
 

Leicester players 'wanted questions answering' in tense team meeting after Craig Shakespeare's sacking,...

Leicester players ‘cheesed off’ by Craig Shakespeare’s sacking demanded answers in a tense team meeting before training on Thursday. Assistant Michael Appleton, handed the reins for Saturday's game at Swansea, has revealed that the squad were upset at...

yesterday, 22:44 in Sport
 

Mohawk tribe launches legal fight against Amazon and Microsoft over tech patents

A Native American tribe is suing Amazon and Microsoft after accusing the tech giants of breaching patent laws. The Saint Regis Mohawk tribe will take on two of the world’s biggest companies in the federal court in Virginia, in one of the more unusual...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

BHP Billiton mining boss fights off coup attempt from vulture hedge fund Elliott

The boss of embattled miner BHP Billiton has come out fighting against an attack from vulture hedge fund Elliott. Andrew Mackenzie, 60, said his strategy had the backing of investors and management – and he won the support of the company's new...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

Rolet quits as London Stock Exchange boss after 9 years, 1 takeover row and £13bn growth

The London Stock Exchange’s boss is leaving after his mega-merger plans were wrecked by an insider trading probe, stubborn Brussels regulators and greedy German politicians. Xavier Rolet championed a £21billion takeover of LSE by Frankfurt-based rival...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

BP chairman who was criticised for his handling of the Deepwater Horizon oil disaster retires

The chairman who presided over BP's handling of the Deepwater Horizon disaster is retiring. Carl-Henric Svanberg became chairman months before the 2010 disaster in which 11 people died and massive environmental damage was caused to the Gulf of...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

HSBC and Standard Chartered face £400m fraud probe after ex cabinet minister accuses them of money laundering

Two of Britain's largest banks face corruption probes after being accused by former Cabinet minister Lord Hain of money-laundering in South Africa. HSBC and Standard Chartered face investigations over their alleged role in laundering £400million...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

CITY DIARY: New M&S chairman wants to tear down executive offices at Paddington HQ

Marks & Spencer’s chairman Archie Norman, 63, has wasted little time getting his tootsies under the table since his arrival from ITV.  He wants to tear down the executive offices in its Paddington headquarters and make the building entirely open...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

ALEX BRUMMER: Could a rate rise send computer trading systems haywire and share prices crashing?

Much has changed on equity markets since October 19, 1987, yet the lessons of Black Monday still have resonance. Among the factors which made the falls on that day the worst in the stock market’s history was program trading. Once computers starting...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

DIRECTOR'S DEALS: Convatec chairman Sir Christopher Gent buys nearly £83,000 worth of shares

City grandee Sir Christopher Gent spent nearly £83,000 buying shares in Convatec after it lost more than a fifth of its value in a day. In a vote of confidence in the medical products firm, the chairman bought 38,889 shares at 213p. That followed a...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

Singapore billionaire makes a third bid for the Millennium & Copthorne hotel chain

The Singapore billionaire vying to take over Millennium & Copthorne Hotels has made a third bid for the chain. Kwek Leng Beng, the chairman of M&C, which owns about 65 per cent of the group, is trying to buy the remaining share. His first...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

MARKET REPORT: Office tycoon Mark Dixon takes a £237m hit as firm dives 32% following a bruising profits...

Office tycoon Mark Dixon was nursing a £237million loss last night after a bruising profits warning sent shares in his company crashing by a third. The Essex-born 57-year-old, who set up Regus in 1989, saw the value of his 25 per cent stake in the...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

DAILY BRIEFING: Acacia Mining soars after striking deal with the Tanzanian government

GOLD DEAL Shares in Acacia Mining soared after a deal with the Tanzanian government to resolve a long-running dispute.  Its owner, Barrick Gold, will hand over a 16 per cent stake in three gold mines, a 50 per cent share of revenues from those mines...

yesterday, 22:40 in Business
 

Eni Aluko case shows ethnic minorities and female players can not trust the FA... these men are not fit to...

How can anyone trust the FA after this? How can any ethnic minority or female player have confidence that the FA will resolve a grievance? Both Eni Aluko and Lianne Sanderson lost their places in the England team after raising concerns. They had every...

yesterday, 22:38 in Sport
 


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