News archive from 5 November 2017, page 2

Russian Revolution: Ten propaganda posters from 1917

The Russian Revolution was a time of great upheaval but also great creativity. As events take place to mark the 100th anniversary of the uprising, here are 10 classic images that rallied the masses in 1917. 'Loan of Freedom' The cost and effort of...

BBC, 00:51 in World News
 
Road blocked after VW and Audi crash

Road blocked after VW and Audi crash

A two-car crash meant a road was blocked off today (Wednesday). Police were called to the junction of Leeds Road and Grange Road in Shaw Cross, Dewsbury, at around 8.30am. A grey Volkswagen Tiguan and a silver Audi A4, one of which is believed to be a...

 

Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth is unlikely to keep the job after Watford clash... history is...

History is against Everton's interim boss David Unsworth getting the job at Goodison Park full-time, with owner Farhad Moshiri aware that 10 of the 11 first-time managers appointed by Premier League clubs in the past decade have been sacked, relegated...

Daily Mail, 00:53 in Sport
 

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp baffled by Christmas schedule as his team must play twice in three days: 'It's...

Jurgen Klopp has made a fresh appeal to the Premier League and club owners to reconsider a Christmas schedule he describes as 'crazy' after being shocked to discover Liverpool will play two games in three days over the New Year. Liverpool face...

Daily Mail, 00:53 in Sport
 
Melania Trump wore a stunning pink jacket to an anti-bullying event that cost THIS much

Melania Trump wore a stunning pink jacket to an anti-bullying event that cost THIS much

Melania Trump, 47, headed to Michigan earlier this week to meet with middle school students.  With US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos by her side, who is from the state, the pair marked the White House’s ‘Week of Inclusion’ as part of National...

 

Sam Allardyce coy over Everton link but says big Premier League clubs must give British managers chances

Former England manager Sam Allardyce was keeping his cards close to his chest when asked about returning to club management with Everton. The 63-year-old has been linked to the vacant Goodison Park hot seat - following Ronald Koeman's sacking last...

Daily Mail, 00:57 in Sport
 
Emmerdale spoilers: Will Rebecca White’s baby arrival destroy Robert Sugden’s plan?

Emmerdale spoilers: Will Rebecca White’s baby arrival destroy Robert Sugden’s plan?

Robert Sugden’s life is set to change forever in coming weeks after Rebecca White goes into labour with his baby. But will becoming a father change the Emmerdale schemer and remind him of what is important in life? Or will he remain dead set on taking...

Metro, 00:57 in Showbiz
 

England bowler Katherine Brunt relishing Test leg of Women's Ashes... 'I'll always be old school at heart...

England’s premier bowler, Katherine Brunt, is relishing a return to her favoured format as the Women’s Ashes moves to the Test arena for the first-ever pink-ball clash between the sides. Talking to the Mail on Sunday, the feisty 33-year-old plans to...

Daily Mail, 00:57 in Sport
 
Las Vegas shooting survivors talk about trauma and flashbacks

Las Vegas shooting survivors talk about trauma and flashbacks

It's over a month since 58 people were killed and more than 500 injured by gunman Stephen Paddock at a concert in Las Vegas in the deadliest mass shooting in US modern history. Three survivors tell the BBC how they are coping in the aftermath of the...

BBC, 01:03 in World News
 
Carlisle 3 Oldham Athletic 2: Defensive frailties lead Latics to embarrassing shock FA Cup defeat

Carlisle 3 Oldham Athletic 2: Defensive frailties lead Latics to embarrassing shock FA Cup defeat

Richie Bennett helped to dump the side he supports out of the FA Cup as Carlisle sprung a shock to defeat Oldham 3-2 at Brunton Park. The former Springhead and Mossley amateur, released by the Boundary Park club at the age of 15, struck twice as...

 
Sex harassment scandal: Politics after the watershed

Sex harassment scandal: Politics after the watershed

In the midst of the furore over the sexual harassment allegations that engulfed the British political world last week came a small but symbolic gesture. At some point on Thursday, a sign reading “Man Cave #Rule Number 3: What Happens Here Stays Here”...

Scotsman, 01:08 in Politics
 
US misled Britain over Iraq war, claims Brown

US misled Britain over Iraq war, claims Brown

Gordon Brown has claimed the UK was “misled” over the Iraq war because the US defence department failed to pass on information casting doubt on Saddam Hussein’s destructive capability. The former prime minister, who was chancellor when the decision to...

Scotsman, 01:08 in Politics
 
Lucia Di Lammermoor and Rodelinda review: Two stunningly performed classics

Lucia Di Lammermoor and Rodelinda review: Two stunningly performed classics

There is no uncomfortable outdoor sex this time and the trickling Gothic fountain has been switched off.  Designer Vicki Mortimer’s split-screen staging is still an occasional irritant in dividing attention between Donizetti’s opera in one half and...

 
Meet Muna: The 'queer pop' band who caught Harry Styles' eye

Meet Muna: The 'queer pop' band who caught Harry Styles' eye

Since September, pop band Muna have been setting the scene at Harry Styles' solo gigs. The trio, who identify themselves as a "queer band", were hand-picked by the singer after he fell in love with their debut album, About U, for its...

BBC, 01:19 in Art & Culture
 

Missed this week's entertainment news?

In a week once again dominated by news of sexual assault and harassment allegations, here are some of the week's other entertainment stories to make sure you're completely up to speed. In what some people have called the TV gaffe of the year, Great...

BBC, 01:19 in Art & Culture
 


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