News archive from 2 April 2011, page 14

HEAT'S ON ROBERTO MANCINI

HEAT'S ON ROBERTO MANCINI

ROBERTO Mancini admits his future at Manchester City is still uncertain. City’s owners want Champions League football as a reward for their big spending and have demanded a top-four finish. And, if that is not achieved, Roberto Mancini could find...

Daily Star, 03:10 in Sport
 
ARSENE WENGER: DON'T CRACK OUR JACK WILSHERE

ARSENE WENGER: DON'T CRACK OUR JACK WILSHERE

ARSENE WENGER last night warned Fabio Capello he could wreck England’s chances at Euro 2012 if Jack Wilshere plays on this summer. Capello has dubbed Jack Wilshere the future of England. And he is supporting Stuart Pearce, who plans to pick him for...

Daily Star, 03:23 in Sport
 
S&P cuts Ireland and Fitch in downgrade threat

S&P cuts Ireland and Fitch in downgrade threat

Fears Ireland will not be able to shoulder the burden of one of the world's costliest bank bailouts have overshadowed the government's pledge to recapitalise its financial system by 24 billion euros (21.1 billion pounds) and draw a line under its...

Reuters, 03:37 in Business
 

Japan PM to visit nuclear disaster zone

Naoto Kan was due to visit a sports camp turned into a base for military, firefighters and engineers working inside an evacuation zone to cool the six-reactor Fukushima Daiichi complex and contain contamination before Japan seeks a permanent...

 
NO MORE SEX AND THE CITY FILMS

NO MORE SEX AND THE CITY FILMS

TIME’S up for the Sex And The City girls as plans for a third movie have been halted due to stinking reviews. Bosses are annoyed by the low sales and don’t want to put the big bucks into another one. WORLD CUP FANTASY FOOTBALL: £20,000...

 

Man quizzed after schoolgirl knifed

A man is being questioned on suspicion of attempted murder after a 14-year-old girl was stabbed near the gates of her school in an attack witnessed by other pupils. West Midlands Police said Chloe West had suffered serious wounds to her upper body and...

People, 05:12 in World News
 
LORRE STRICKEN WITH 'RAGE AND GRIEF' AFTER SHEEN FEUD

LORRE STRICKEN WITH 'RAGE AND GRIEF' AFTER SHEEN FEUD

CHARLIE SHEEN's former boss CHUCK LORRE has been struggling with "heartbreak, rage and grief" in the aftermath of his public feud with the star. The troubled actor launched a vicious verbal assault on the Two and a Half Men creator after...

 
GOODREM & MCFADDEN SPLIT

GOODREM & MCFADDEN SPLIT

Musical couple DELTA GOODREM and BRIAN MCFADDEN have split after seven years together. The former Westlife star began dating the Australian singer after his separation from wife Kerry Katona in 2004, and they became engaged in 2007. But the couple...

 
POLICE INVESTIGATING SHEEN SECURITY CAMERA FOOTAGE

POLICE INVESTIGATING SHEEN SECURITY CAMERA FOOTAGE

Police chiefs are investigating security tape footage in an effort to identify the thief who made off with CHARLIE SHEEN's Mercedes and crashed it on Friday morning (05Feb10). The actor was alerted to the fact his car had been stolen from his garage...

 
CONRAD SCORES SECOND BESTSELLING BOOK

CONRAD SCORES SECOND BESTSELLING BOOK

Former THE HILLS star LAUREN CONRAD is fast becoming a literary legend - her second novel has landed atop the New York Times bestseller list. The TV reality star, who shot to fame as the MTV cameras followed her move from Laguna Beach, California to...

 
Royal wedding cartoons show William and Kate are lucky it's 2011

Royal wedding cartoons show William and Kate are lucky it's 2011

Two centuries ago, just as now, the prospect of a royal wedding cheered everyone up wonderfully, sparking a torrent of gossip, curiosity and scurrilous jokes. The savagery of Georgian cartoonists over fat princes and spinster princesses, however,...

 

A googly for the jingoists | Mukul Kesavan

Sri Lanka and India, who meet in the final of the World Cup today, have both won the tournament before – India in 1983, and Sri Lanka in 1996. These victories came at critical junctures in the post-colonial histories of these nations. In 1983 India...

 
Simon Hoggart's week: Why do we worry when writers go stateside?

Simon Hoggart's week: Why do we worry when writers go stateside?

✒ I see Martin Amis is leaving Britain, again. I thought he'd left ages ago, but like Frank Sinatra's many farewell shows, the allure does not dim. He thinks our country is "sad" and that we haven't yet got over the loss of our global role....

 
Ben Goldacre | Anarchy in the UK? That depends on how you handle the numbers

Ben Goldacre | Anarchy in the UK? That depends on how you handle the numbers

Here are two fun ways in which numbers can be distorted for political purposes. Stop me if I'm boring you, but each of them feels oddly poetic, in its ability to smear or stifle. The first is simple: you can conflate two different things into one...

 

Chairman Alastair Johnston says Rangers will survive and will never go bust

rangers chairman alastair johnston Image 2 FURIOUS Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston last night shot down scaremongering claims that the Ibrox club could go to the wall over a tax bill from HMRC. The crisis-hit SPL champions were forced to clarify...

 


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