News archive from 13 July 2017, page 1

Britain must also leave the single market

If Labour want to stay in the single market, it will mean abandoning its manifesto, writes JONATHAN WHITE NO-ONE should really have been surprised that 50 Labour MPs took the first available opportunity to pledge their allegiance to the single market...

 

You can’t buy your way to freedom

RAE STORY looks back at 100 years of consumerist propaganda whose promise of liberation is empty Edward Bernays was the nephew of the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. He is renowned, like a spin doctor of consumerism, for taking Freud’s ideas about the...

 

Jonnie Peacock ready to strut his stuff in London yet again

Double Paralympic champ returns to the scene of his victory this weekend JONNIE PEACOCK silenced the London 2012 crowd and five years on the double Para­lympic champion is targeting a record run at the World Para Athletics Championships, which begin...

 

Lewes makes history with equal team pay

Sussex club announces same wages for male and female players LEWES FC will become the first club to pay its men’s and women’s teams the same wages, it announced yesterday. The groundbreaking announcement came as the Isthmian League Division One...

 

Konta living childhood dream in SW19

JOHANNA KONTA says she is living a childhood dream and now she must beat her childhood idol as Venus Williams stands in the way of her reaching a first Wimbledon final. Konta battled back on Tuesday to win a pulsating encounter with Simona Halep 6-7...

 

Profound jazz masterclass from troubled trio

Deep Trouble Trio Cafe Oto London E8 5/5 DEEP Trouble are three British improvising troubadours of astonishing musicianship, playing brass, strings, metal and skins as if they were one. Sarah Gail Brand coaxes the most beautifully unlikely sounds from...

 

Minister: 35% of steel needed for Navy's new frigates to be sourced from Britain

Some 35% of the steel used to build the Navy's new fleet of eight frigates will be sourced from Britain, a Defence Minister has said. The majority of the steel used to build the new Type 26 global combat ships will come from the UK and Sweden but only...

 

Minister: 35% of steel needed for Navy's new frigates to be sourced from Britain

Some 35% of the steel used to build the Navy's new fleet of eight frigates will be sourced from Britain, a Defence Minister has said. The majority of the steel used to build the new Type 26 global combat ships will come from the UK and Sweden but only...

 

Ministers stress commitment to Northern Powerhouse amid concerns about EU trade

Theresa May’s government has reasserted its commitment to boosting the northern economy through its Powerhouse agenda, amid fresh concerns about the reliance of Yorkshire businesses on European trade. Responding to accusations that Number 10 has...

 

Business needs skilled foreign workers post-Brexit says Barclays chief

The chief executive of Barclays has said it is imperative that British businesses retain access to skilled foreign labour after the UK’s exit from the European Union. In a wide-ranging interview Mr Staley also said that plans for high speed rail links...

 

Barclays boss backs greater co-operation between Northern cities as “very intelligent”

The case for a high speed rail network to link up northern cities is “very compelling”, according to the chief executive of banking giant Barclays. Mr Staley was speaking after meeting with some Yorkshire’s top business leaders during a visit to the...

 

Your chance to meet West Cumbria's latest lifesaver – the RNLI's Dorothy May White

People will have the chance to look round West Cumbria’s new lifeboat at a series of events at the area’s harbours. The Dorothy May White, a £2.1 million Shannon class vessel, was officially launched last month. Now it will tour the ports of West...

 

Jes Staley: Bank on Barclays and its commitment to Britain

I HAVE often said that banking is the oxygen of commerce. Banks provide the access to funding and support that lets entrepreneurs bring their ideas to market, and allows established business to grow and expand, here and abroad. In the 12 months since...

 
Estate agents have lowest stock of homes for 40 years

Estate agents have lowest stock of homes for 40 years

The UK housing market is in a state of lethargy, according to property surveyors, with estate agents reporting the lowest stock of properties for nearly 40 years. In another gloomy survey, members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics)...

BBC, 00:17 in Regional
 

Chris Eubank Jr fires warning to rival Arthur Abraham as IBO world super-middleweight champion insists:...

Chris Eubank Jr and Arthur Abraham took part in a public workout ahead of Saturday's world title fight. The super-middleweight rivals showed off their skills in a specially-constructed ring at ITV's head office in London on Wednesday. Eubank Jr and...

Daily Mail, 00:18 in Sport
 


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