News archive from 13 January 2019, page 14

Arsenal hold strong transfer interest in Stade Rennais star Ismaila Sarr

Arsenal hold strong transfer interest in Stade Rennais star Ismaila Sarr

Arsenal have told Ligue 1 forward Ismaila Sarr they want to sign him in the summer, according to reports in France. The Stade Rennais star excellent season so far has again attracted the gaze of Arsenal, who have previously been linked with a transfer...

Metro, 09:09 in Sport
 
Theresa May says Brexit fail will be ‘catastrophic and unforgivable’ ahead of crunch vote

Theresa May says Brexit fail will be ‘catastrophic and unforgivable’ ahead of crunch vote

Theresa May has warned MPs they face a ‘catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust’ if they do not vote to approve her Brexit deal in the Commons next week. As she counts down to the crucial vote on her withdrawal agreement following a five-day...

Metro, 09:10 in Hot News
 
Toby Carvery customer ‘sprayed in eyes with cleaner’ after saying food was cold

Toby Carvery customer ‘sprayed in eyes with cleaner’ after saying food was cold

A disabled diner claims he was left humiliated and in agony after a restaurant employee sprayed cleaning fluid into his eyes Alan Fisher, 55, accused a staff member at a Sutton Coldfield branch of Toby Carvery of attacking him with the chemical after...

Metro, 09:10 in Hot News
 

Look Back with Little: Celebrating 50 years of Banbury Lions Club

In 2019 Banbury Lions Club will be celebrating 50 years during which its members have brought ‘friendship and help to those in need’. Back in January 1969 the club became the newest branch of the largest service organisation in the world, Lions...

 

Meet the Halifax-born sculptor who is the queen of her own stone age

Halifax-born Jennifer Tetlow became a stone sculptor after working part-time in a quarry. Chris Bond paid her a visit in her converted North Yorkshire workshop. Most artists will tell you that their line of work can be a solitary existence. Jennifer...

 
Two arrested in weapons and drugs investigation at Birmingham Airport

Two arrested in weapons and drugs investigation at Birmingham Airport

Two men arrested as they flew into Birmingham Airport have been linked to an organised crime gang in Ireland. Officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) arrested two men, aged 51 and 20, on Saturday which various reports in Ireland linked to a...

 
The Real Schools Guide: Search for your primary school

The Real Schools Guide: Search for your primary school

We've analysed all the local government data to bring you the rundown on your local primary schools. You can see how each primary school compares against other schools in your area and across the UK. Data is available for comparison on everything from...

 

Coronation Street star Bev makes history in Rocky Horror Show

IT’S hard to imagine Coronation Street’s Liz McDonald being afraid of anything but actress Beverley Callard who has played the role feisty character for 30 years admits that the next couple of weeks are likely to be the most terrifying of her life....

 

New coast guide for 2019 to reach more people than ever

A new guide for 2019 highlighting what a great place the Lincolnshire coast is to visit has been launched at one of the area’s newest attractions. Skegness,East Coast and Wolds Hospitality Association (SECWHA) teamed up with Visit Lincs...

 

Live updates: Stabbings, petrol bomb and thug attack in city centre - this was Saturday night in Birmingham

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Birmingham has been rocked by a night of major crime. West Midlands Police told of an "incredibly busy" shift in and around the city centre with...

 

WEATHER: A blustery day with sunny spells across Nottinghamshire

This morning (January 13) will see cloud with outbreaks of rain and drizzle. The cloud and drizzle is set to give way to a dry afternoon with sunny spells, although the odd shower is also possible. Today will be windy throughout. The maximum...

 

Driver 'jumped in canal' after Long Eaton crash leaving partner and baby in car

The driver of a Corsa that ended up on its roof after a crash in Long Eaton yesterday (January 12) has been arrested and remains in custody. The red Corsa, which had false plates, failed to stop for police at about 2.10pm on Tamworth Road in Long...

 
More windy weather to batter Merseyside today

More windy weather to batter Merseyside today

Merseyside will be battered by strong winds for a second day in a row. Forecasters said today will be a brighter day than Saturday despite an overcast start - but there will be gusts of up to 45mph right through to the evening. It should become...

 
The trainee teacher and his twisted plan to win back his ex

The trainee teacher and his twisted plan to win back his ex

A student teacher from Beverley has been jailed after admitting trying to set fire to his ex-girlfriends home on several occasions. Conor Egan, 20, was sentenced to six years detention for pushing a flaming wheelie bin against his former partner's...

 

Shock as couple seen taking part in 'indecent ritual' in Leeds woodland

A woman has spoken of her shock after seeing a couple engage in a bizarre sexual ritual in an area of public woodland near Horsforth. Police have stepped up patrols after the incident on the Hawksworth Wood Trail on Friday afternoon. The witness,...

 


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