News archive from 9 September 2018

Euan McColm: Rebels in Trump and Corbyn camps must come out fighting

The romantic view is that he – or she – is a renegade hero, a rebel at the heart of a corrupt empire. An opinion piece by an anonymous “senior official” in the administration of US President Donald Trump, published last week by the New York Times,...

Scotsman, 00:02 in Politics
 

Bank backs bid to turn lighthouse ship into luxury Leith hotel

The seven-figure revamp of a former lighthouse ship in Leith by the charity behind the Royal Yacht Britannia has been given a boost by Santander Corporate & Commercial. The Edinburgh-based Royal Yacht Britannia Trust has secured support from the...

Scotsman, 00:02 in Politics
 

Revealed: The exhibits given a starring role at the V&A Dundee

Striking outfits created by fashion designers Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane and Bernat Klein have been revealed as star attractions at the new V&A Dundee museum ahead of its much-anticipated unveiling within days. The lid has been lifted on...

 
England 1 Spain 2: Three Lions fall short after late controversy

England 1 Spain 2: Three Lions fall short after late controversy

The hype and excitement generated during a long, hot summer in which the country was seduced into falling back in love with the national team was replaced by the shiver of an ice-cold reality check. More than 81,000 turned up for England's first-ever...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
'Teach religion and worldviews instead of RE'

'Teach religion and worldviews instead of RE'

Religious Education in England's schools should be renamed Religion and Worldviews to reflect the diversity of modern Britain, say experts. The subject should include non-religious worldviews as well as major faiths, says the Commission on Religious...

BBC, 00:08 in Regional
 
It’s exactly 200 days until Brexit, let the countdown begin

It’s exactly 200 days until Brexit, let the countdown begin

In exactly 200 days, we will be out of the European Union. Whether or not you think Brexit was a good idea, most of us will agree that we’d prefer to be left without a ‘no deal’ by March 29, 2019. That’s the deadline our negotiators in Brussels are...

Metro, 00:15 in Hot News
 
Missing schoolboy, 14, disappeared with no phone, coat or money

Missing schoolboy, 14, disappeared with no phone, coat or money

A desperate search is on to find a 14-year-old boy who disappeared without a phone, coat or money. James McRoberts was reported missing when he didn’t come home from school on Thursday, September 6. James, who is described as slim with olive skin, was...

Metro, 00:15 in Hot News
 

David O'Leary says Unai Emery has his work cut out emulating Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

David O'Leary was in no doubt. Unai Emery is in for an exacting season in charge of Arsenal. No-one knows the club better than the Irishman who played a record 722 times for them. He has witnessed the club rise in profile from Highbury - 'which we...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Gareth Southgate ditches his World Cup waistcoat - SIX THINGS YOU MISSED FROM WEMBLEY

England lost their opening Nations League game against Spain at Wembley on Saturday night. It was a disappointing night for Gareth Southgate's side but there was plenty to talk about despite the 2-1 loss.  Here, Sportsmail's, JENNY BROWN takes a look...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Gareth Southgate insists there were positives despite England falling to defeat against Spain

England manager Gareth Southgate felt his players deserved credit for the way they continued to look for a way back into the match despite falling to a 2-1 defeat against Spain in their Nations League opener. Southgate's charges took the lead after...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

Nations League round-up: Switzerland blow Iceland away while Finland and Greece win

Liverpool midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri helped Switzerland to a thumping 6-0 win over Iceland in League A Group 2.   Steven Zuber fired the home side in front after 13 minutes, with Denis Zakaria knocking in a second shortly afterwards. Shaqiri's...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 

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Five teenagers charged with murder after Nottingham stabbing

Five teenagers charged with murder after Nottingham stabbing

Five teenagers, including three 14-year-old boys, have been charged with murder after a fatal stabbing in Nottingham. The trio, along with a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old boy, are due before magistrates in the city on Monday following the death of...

 
England 1-2 Spain player ratings: Nations League winners and losers

England 1-2 Spain player ratings: Nations League winners and losers

England Jordan Pickford Questionable as to if he could have done anything for either Spanish goal (could he have got closer to Saul’s shot?). Had little to do otherwise. 6 Joe Gomez Some of England’s best passes came from the Liverpool youngster, but...

Guardian, 00:26 in Sport
 


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