News archive from 21 January 2018, page 13

Comment: Nationalising our railways is the only way to fix chronic problems

Just who exactly supports the UK’s privatised railway industry? John Stittle, University of Essex It’s certainly not passengers, taxpayers, railway employees or increasingly many politicians. The state-owned British Rail was privatised over several...

 

Arsenal News: Mkhitaryan agrees deal, Wenger on Aubameyang, Why Chelsea snubbed Sanchez

Henrikh Mkhitaryan has agreed terms with Arsenal. The Armenian will undergo a medical at the Gunners in the next 48 hours. While his attacking counterpart Alexis Sanchez has been in Manchester meeting Manchester United's medical staff. The duo will...

Daily Star, 07:02 in Sport
 

The 20 European teams with highest gate receipts - eight Premier League sides included

The 20 European clubs with highest gate receipts (Financial year 2016)   WHICH clubs recorded the highest gate receipts in the financial year 2016? 1 / 20 GETTY 20. Schalke - €31m “Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 sides...

Daily Star, 07:02 in Sport
 
Alexis Sanchez to Man Utd: Marcus Rashford will be worried after transfer - Thompson

Alexis Sanchez to Man Utd: Marcus Rashford will be worried after transfer - Thompson

That’s the opinion of Phil Thompson who fears the England star may receive even less playing time at Old Trafford. Rashford and Anthony Martial have regularly rotated this season on the left wing for Jose Mourinho. And the addition of Sanchez will...

Daily Star, 07:02 in Sport
 

Major rescue underway after serious crash on Derbyshire road

Part of a Derbyshire road has been closed after a serious collision. Derbyshire Constabulary said the B6179 Derby Road is currently shut outside Denby Pottery, Denby. A force spokesman said: “All emergency services are at the scene. “The road will be...

 

Baby Mayah was born at 25 weeks and weighing 890 grams - but survived thanks to these two heroes

A baby had to be resuscitated after she was born 15 weeks premature in the back of an ambulance. Jennifer Iskandar, gave birth to her daughter, Mayah, after just 25 weeks of pregnancy on the way to hospital when she went into labour at her home. When...

 

These 4 homes are perfect for movie lovers - and they are for sale

Fancy a big screen film experience from the comfort of your own home? Well, you could be in luck. These East Yorkshire properties all have their own cinema room, where you can enjoy the blockbusters, and block out the January weather, in comfort. Here...

 
Australian Open Day 8 schedule: Order of play with Federer, Djokovic and Halep

Australian Open Day 8 schedule: Order of play with Federer, Djokovic and Halep

Roger Federer will play during the day for the first time at the 2018 Australian Open when he takes on Marton Fucsovics in the fourth round. The Swiss has only featured in night sessions on the Rod Laver Arena throughout the event thus far – avoiding...

Metro, 07:06 in Sport
 

This is how democracies die

Blatant dictatorship – in the form of fascism, communism, or military rule – has disappeared across much of the world. Military coups and other violent seizures of power are rare. Most countries hold regular elections. Democracies still die, but by...

 

Errol Spence Jnr dazzles as he defends his welterweight title against Lamont Paterson as the towel is...

Errol Spence Jnr was even more dazzling in defending his title than he was while winning it. Spence battered Lamont Peterson until the fight was stopped a second into the eighth round Saturday night in the first defense of the welterweight title he...

Daily Mail, 07:06 in Sport
 

The pioneering days of the railway's arrival in Burton which put the town on the map and boosted brewery...

Burton's Railway Station is the transport equivalent of Marmite – with most of the town's residents falling on the "hate" side. There are frequently fresh calls to "spruce up" and "revamp" the station and this is likely...

 
10 strange things all British people do with baked beans

10 strange things all British people do with baked beans

Are you even a proper Brit if you don’t wolf down at least one tin of baked beans every few days? Growing up in the UK means possessing a certain number of habits that may seem strange in other parts of the world. Like our insistence on carrying an...

Metro, 07:10 in Lifestyle
 
Why living by the sea is good for your mental health

Why living by the sea is good for your mental health

The first couple of months of the year can be tough for some people. It’s a time of contemplation and change, reflection on the previous year and new resolutions for the one ahead. Plus, the skies are mainly grey and it’s pretty cold. I personally...

Metro, 07:10 in Lifestyle
 
Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham on red alert as Malcom gives major transfer update

Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham on red alert as Malcom gives major transfer update

The north London rivals have both been heavily linked with the Brazilian throughout the January transfer window. Arsenal are desperate for reinforcements in attack as they look to replace Alexis Sanchez, who is set to join Manchester United this...

Daily Star, 07:11 in Sport
 
Alexis Sanchez can win Man Utd the Champions League this season - Norman Whiteside

Alexis Sanchez can win Man Utd the Champions League this season - Norman Whiteside

The Chilean had his medical at Old Trafford last night and he is now set to complete the switch once Henrikh Mkhitaryan does likewise at Arsenal. However, there is little chance Sanchez will be able to help Man Utd compete for the Premier League title...

 


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