by Keith Richmond in Bristol
TRAIN drivers were told yesterday that the general election is a “choice between investment or cuts.”
Aslef’s annual assembly of delegates in Bristol debated the state of politics in Britain ahead of the general election...
Wednesday 24th May 2017
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SHELL brazened out a backlash from shareholders over climate-change emissions targets and fat-cat pay yesterday.
Shareholders at the oil giant’s annual general meeting at The Hague in Holland spent hours questioning board members, who said that setting targets in line with the...
Uefa confirm security intensified for Europa League final
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England deserve their status as favourites to win this summer’s Champions Trophy on home soil, David Willey said yesterday.
Bookmakers are offering the hosts the shortest odds of any of the eight nations competing in the tournament, which begins next week, even though a 50-over...
Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell was arrested in Spain yesterday as part of a multinational investigation into alleged money-laundering.
In a joint operation, Spain’s national police and civil guard raided several addresses in Andorra and Catalonia, arresting five people,...
Manchester terror attack left team with ‘geniune concerns'
With Nato holding its summit in Brussels this week, RAE STREET explains why the military alliance remains a threat to world peace
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Crime-fiction round-up with Mat Coward
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On a dark day for a great city, the tabloid’s cynical sowing of hatred is to be condemned, says CHARLOTTE HUGHES
While May’s manifesto sets out a vision where our health service will scarcely exist, Corbyn’s plans stand to revitalise it into a system to be proud of, writes JOHN ELLISON