News archive from 23 January 2016, page 11

Political foes unite to campaign for Brexit

A cross-party campaign for Britain to exit the European Union is being launched that will bring together "political foes" for the "common good". Conservative, Labour, Ukip and DUP MPs are behind Grassroots Out (GO), which will set...

 
Guus Hiddink: Chelsea are lucky to have Diego Costa

Guus Hiddink: Chelsea are lucky to have Diego Costa

All eyes will be on Costa at Arsenal tomorrow after his antics against them earlier in the season earned him a retrospective three match ban. But Blues boss Hiddink insists he would rather be with than without his hothead hitman. Asked if Costa needs...

Daily Star, 02:33 in Sport
 

'It's too cold' Refugees would rather return home than face European winter

Almost 70 per cent of Iraqi asylum seekers have given up applications in Finland to go back to their war-torn country. One Iraqi who decided to return said Finland did not live up to the expectations. He said: "I don't know what happens to me in...

 

Political foes unite to campaign for Brexit

A cross-party campaign for Britain to exit the European Union is being launched that will bring together "political foes" for the "common good". Conservative, Labour, Ukip and DUP MPs are behind Grassroots Out (GO), which will set...

 

Pentagon chief says some coalition partners in fight against Isis 'do nothing'

Several members of the US-led coalition attacking the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria are doing “nothing at all” to help destroy the jihadists, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has said. His comments mark a departure from the Pentagon’s...

 
Melton cadets practise arms skills to further their shooting careers

Melton cadets practise arms skills to further their shooting careers

Fearless Melton air cadets joined other local squadrons to practise their arms skills. Air Cadets from the 1279 Melton Mowbray Squadron, 2229 Loughborough Squadron and 2502 Hamilton Squadron developed their weaponry handling to allow them to safely...

 

Clive Palmer: cartoon villain or possible white knight for Queensland Nickel?

The saga surrounding the collapse of Clive Palmer’s Queensland Nickel refinery in Townsville has not reflected well on the oft-described “self-proclaimed billionaire”. The dire straits that one of his key revenue-generating assets now finds itself in...

 

Former Newcastle keeper Steve Harper joins Sunderland

Sunderland have signed former Newcastle goalkeeper Steve Harper on a short-term deal until the end of the season, the club have confirmed. The 40-year-old, who made 199 appearances for the Magpies during a 20-year stay at St James' Park, has been...

 

Political foes unite to campaign for Brexit

A cross-party campaign for Britain to exit the European Union is being launched that will bring together "political foes" for the "common good". Conservative, Labour, Ukip and DUP MPs are behind Grassroots Out (GO), which will set...

 

Former Newcastle keeper Steve Harper joins Sunderland

Sunderland have signed former Newcastle goalkeeper Steve Harper on a short-term deal until the end of the season, the club have confirmed. The 40-year-old, who made 199 appearances for the Magpies during a 20-year stay at St James' Park, has been...

 

Wilder: Free-scoring Morecambe a big threat to Cobblers

Cobblers boss Chris Wilder is anticipating a difficult afternoon at Sixfields on Saturday against a free-scoring Morecambe side (ko 3pm). Town are the top scorers in Sky Bet League Two, having netted 46 times in 26 games, but hot on their heels are...

 

The writer behind ITV’s Vera hears Brenda Blethyn’s voice in her head while she writes new novels

How does an award-winning author imagine the narrative and characters in her famous books? Those characters will be the subject of a guest lecture when Ann Cleeves comes to town. Dawn Hinsley caught up with the writer ahead of her visit... Crime...

 

Political foes unite to campaign for Brexit

A cross-party campaign for Britain to exit the European Union is being launched that will bring together "political foes" for the "common good". Conservative, Labour, Ukip and DUP MPs are behind Grassroots Out (GO), which will set...

 
Political foes unite to campaign for Brexit

Political foes unite to campaign for Brexit

Tweet Conservative, Labour, Ukip and DUP MPs are behind Grassroots Out (GO), which will set up taskforces to knock on doors during the referendum campaign on the UK's membership of the 28-strong bloc. The group is being formed in response to...

 

Swiss soldiers sent home from Davos for taking cocaine

Some Swiss soldiers tasked with guarding the gathering of the world’s rich and powerful at the ski resort of Davos have been sent home after they reportedly tested positive for cocaine use. Twelve on-duty soldiers had tested positive on Tuesday for...

Guardian, 03:18 in Business
 


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