Leicester’s owners have proven as wily as the Foxes’ namesake, argues ROGER DOMENEGHETTI
Friday 20th Oct 2017
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Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) chief executive Gordon Taylor has hit back at FA chairman Greg Clarke’s “diversionary” claim that the union is letting down survivors of abuse.
Clarke made the allegation during an astonishing exchange with MPs on the...
Campaigners slam football bosses’ disgusting treatment of Aluko
INVESTIGATIONS are under way over claims that British banks could be linked to a major corruption scandal involving the politically powerful Gupta family in South Africa.
Former cabinet minister Peter Hain raised concerns with Chancellor Philip Hammond that banks including HSBC and...
BUS drivers in the capital appealed yesterday for greater protection in the run-up to Bonfire Night following a spate of attacks on board with two involving firework, writes Peter Lazenby.
The drivers’ union Unite said a group of six teenagers fired a firework onto the 390 route...
by Felicity Collier
Ex-cops jailed for ‘disappearance’
CHILE: A judge sentenced 35 former agents of General Augusto Pinochet’s secret police on Wednesday for the 1976 kidnapping and torture of a pregnant Communist Party member who was never seen...
LONDON 2012 Olympic gold medallist McKayla Maroney has alleged she was sexually assaulted by former US national gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar when she was a child.
Maroney posted a lengthy and detailed account online, saying she felt inspired to open up about her experiences...