News archive from 4 March 2019

Fans furious with ‘BIASED’ Mohamed Salah MOTD Goal of the Month selection - 'It's a joke'

Fans furious with ‘BIASED’ Mohamed Salah MOTD Goal of the Month selection - 'It's a joke'

The award is given to the Premier League player who scores the best league goal throughout a particular month, and the nominees were shown on Sunday’s edition of MOTD 2. The six goals were made up of two Liverpool players (Mohamed Salah and Sadio...

Daily Star, 06:05 in Sport
 
Arsenal news: Shkodran Mustafi NOT at fault for Tottenham penalty - Shock star blamed

Arsenal news: Shkodran Mustafi NOT at fault for Tottenham penalty - Shock star blamed

Arsenal could only manage a 1-1 draw with Tottenham on Saturday, which saw Manchester United leapfrog them into fourth. The Gunners went a goal up thanks to Aaron Ramsey, playing in his last north London derby before departing for Juventus in the...

Daily Star, 06:05 in Sport
 
Liverpool and Tottenham bosses Klopp and Pochettino have made THIS mistake - journalist

Liverpool and Tottenham bosses Klopp and Pochettino have made THIS mistake - journalist

That’s according to journalist Ian Ladyman, who thinks Pochettino knows winning a trophy would ‘answer an awful lot of questions’. Klopp and Pochettino are regarded by many as two of the best managers in world football. The former’s Reds side have a...

Daily Star, 06:05 in Sport
 
Man Utd boss Solskjaer has NOT pulled off a 'tactical masterclass' - Balague

Man Utd boss Solskjaer has NOT pulled off a 'tactical masterclass' - Balague

That’s according to journalist Guillem Balague, who thinks the Norwegian has merely changed the atmosphere at Old Trafford. Solskjaer has been in temporary charge of United since Jose Mourinho was sacked in mid-December. He has proved a revelation in...

Daily Star, 06:05 in Sport
 

How Jon Ronson was pushed to ‘mental collapse’ by investigating suicide of August Ames

Journalist Jon Ronson is no stranger to tackling difficult subjects – but his investigation into a young woman’s suicide led to panic attacks and therapy. Chris Burn speaks to him. Jon Ronson has come face-to-face with self-professed psychopaths,...

 

New £1.6bn fund to boost run-down towns dubbed 'Brexit bribe' by opposition

A £1.6bn fund to boost run-down towns after Brexit is being launched by the Government. The move has been dubbed a “Brexit bribe” by political opponents who say it is aimed at trying to influence Labour MPs in Leave-supporting areas to back Prime...

 

Calls for reform of ‘bureaucratic’ benefits system to help people with mental health problems

Lives are being ruined by an overly-complicated benefits system which is causing extreme distress for people with mental health problems, a charity has warned. The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute said people’s mental health conditions are...

 

Plea for more families to donate children’s organs

A lack of families prepared to donate children’s organs after they die means poorly youngsters are unable to get transplants they desperately need. Parents are being urged to consider organ donation after latest figures showed that the number donating...

 

Police cuts mean fewer drivers prosecuted for using mobile phones, RAC says

Cuts to the number of traffic police officers has led to a significant fall in people being prosecuted for using mobile phones while driving, fuelling people’s “bad habits”, according to the RAC. The number of drivers convicted of the offence has...

 

Extend London junk food advertising ban UK-wide, says Leeds Beckett University health expert

A ban on junk food advertising in London should be extended around the country to tackle a growing obesity crisis, a health policy expert has said. Dr Stuart Flint, of Leeds Beckett University, said the benefits of the policy cannot be underestimated...

 

This stretch of Yorkshire coastline has a likeness with a dinosaur

This rock formation on the Yorkshire coast is affectionately likened to a dinosaur by many of those who visit - and it is easy to see why. With the archway providing a break in the rockface, the remaining shape bares a subtle resemblance to one of the...

 
‘The whole world knows us’: Salisbury one year on from novichok attack

‘The whole world knows us’: Salisbury one year on from novichok attack

A year after the nerve agent attack on Salisbury, Jason Regent is still startled by the sound of sirens. “Every time I hear an ambulance I think: ‘Is it happening again?’” says Regent, who runs a tailoring shop in the city. “I’m a little bit scarred....

 

Harper Macleod hails ‘unprecedented’ funds for social housing

Law firm Harper Macleod has hailed the strength of Scotland’s housing associations as the company unveiled it is closing in on involvement in almost £500 million of social housing deals for this year. The Glasgow-based firm has advised on deals worth...

Scotsman, 06:09 in Business
 

Plea for more families to donate children’s organs

A lack of families prepared to donate children’s organs after they die means poorly youngsters are unable to get transplants they desperately need. Parents are being urged to consider organ donation after latest figures showed that the number donating...

 

Extend London junk food advertising ban UK-wide, says Leeds Beckett University health expert

A ban on junk food advertising in London should be extended around the country to tackle a growing obesity crisis, a health policy expert has said. Dr Stuart Flint, of Leeds Beckett University, said the benefits of the policy cannot be underestimated...

 


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