News archive from 15 July 2018, page 10

Britain’s Brexit dilemma: are Leavers losing faith?

Britain’s Brexit dilemma: are Leavers losing faith?

On the sun-drenched streets of Stratford-upon-Avon, Andy Martin, a Remainer from the farming community, says he doesn’t discuss Brexit with most of his friends, though he is surprised how many farmers voted out. “They all had the false sense that...

Guardian, 08:38 in Politics
 

Car chase in Sheffield ends with vehicle being taken by police

Police have seized a car in Sheffield following a dramatic chase. The white Audi was towed away from Victoria Street in Sheffield city centre, after a pursuit which started when officers spotted the vehicle being driven at a high speed. South...

 
Jose Mourinho criticises Raheem Sterling’s performances for England at the World Cup

Jose Mourinho criticises Raheem Sterling’s performances for England at the World Cup

Jose Mourinho has criticised Raheem Sterling’s performances for England at the World Cup and believes he should have been dropped for the third-place play-off. Sterling started six matches in Russia, only missing the final group game against Belgium,...

Metro, 08:44 in Sport
 

Car chase in Sheffield ends with vehicle being taken by police

Police have seized a car in Sheffield following a dramatic chase. The white Audi was towed away from Victoria Street in Sheffield city centre, after a pursuit which started when officers spotted the vehicle being driven at a high speed. South...

 

Daryl Maguire should 'think carefully' about quitting politics, Berejiklian says

The New South Wales premier is urging the disgraced state MP Daryl Maguire to reconsider his position in politics after secret phone recordings of him discussing potential developer “dividends” were played at a Sydney corruption inquiry. Gladys...

 
I lost everything because of my drinking — but even then it was hard to stop

I lost everything because of my drinking — but even then it was hard to stop

Content warning: This article discusses suicide and suicidal thoughts Looking into the eyes of your children and telling them that you love them. That’s the truth; the unconditional bond between a mother and child. Looking into the eyes of your...

Metro, 08:48 in Lifestyle
 
The day Lilian Thuram turned into a goalscorer supreme for France

The day Lilian Thuram turned into a goalscorer supreme for France

“It was what I call my Miles Davis moment,” revealed Lilian Thuram in 2007. “Footballers can be like artists when the mind and body are working as one. It is what Miles Davis does when he plays free jazz – everything pulls together into one intense...

Guardian, 08:50 in Sport
 

Katharine House Hospice Midnight Walk: hundreds of superheroes help push past £1m figure

Hundreds of people set out for a ten-mile walk at midnight last Saturday (July 7) to raise money for people and families facing life-limiting illness. The event is expected to raise up to £65,000 for Katharine House Hospice, which would take the total...

 

Worksop man charged for attempting to meet underage girls

Police have charged a 20-year-old Worksop man with attempted arranging to meet a child following sexual grooming. Robert Nan, of no fixed abode, appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Saturday, July 14) and has subsequently been remanded...

 

Worksop man charged for attempting to meet underage girls

Police have charged a 20-year-old Worksop man with attempted arranging to meet a child following sexual grooming. Robert Nan, of no fixed abode, appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Saturday, July 14) and has subsequently been remanded...

 

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Sunday, July 15. Stay with us here for all the latest travel, weather and news.

 

In full: The Poundworld stores closing across Scotland

Administrators have announced that they are to close a further 80 Poundworld stores around the UK, resulting in 1,024 job losses at the collapsed discount retailer. Deloitte, which is overseeing the process, has struggled to sell the business as a...

Scotsman, 09:06 in Politics
 

Kettering Crematorium presents £5,000 to hospice charity

Kettering Crematorium has handed over £5,000 to the Cynthia Spencer Hospice after raising the cash through a metal recycling scheme. Since joining the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management scheme in 2011, the crematorium has handed over...

 
Chelsea star Eden Hazard is ‘making preparations to join Real Madrid’ claims Blancos hero

Chelsea star Eden Hazard is ‘making preparations to join Real Madrid’ claims Blancos hero

That’s according to Denmark legend Michael Laudrup who played for the European Champions as well as their rivals Barcelona. Hazard has previously described playing for Real Madrid as "everyone's dream" while refusing to rule out a leaving...

Daily Star, 09:06 in Sport
 

Latest news from Berwick Stroke Club

Most stroke victims suffer with circulation problems in one of their hands. During our recent Get Together, masseuse Alana Brown voluntarily gave her time to concentrate on members’ hand problems. A well attended coffee morning, organised by the...

 


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