The Football Association agreed yesterday to implement the most radical reforms to how it is run in decades at a meeting of its shareholders at Wembley.
Championed by FA chair Greg Clarke, the reforms mean the governing body will now meet the new governance code introduced by Sports...
Friday 19th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Departing chief praises current Leinster boss for ending ‘civil war’ in RFU
by Asif Burhan at Wheatsheaf Park
Chelsea dropped their first points of the nascent Women’s Super League Spring Series but only after a 96th-minute equaliser from Arsenal’s Jordan Nobbs denied them at the end of Wednesday’s dramatic game in difficult...
Changes to the qualification process were announced yesterday for the European Champions Cup competition.
Tournament organisers European Professional Club Rugby (ECPR) said that the top seven ranked Pro12 clubs this time next year will qualify for the 2018-19 tournament.
While customers are being asked to save water, one gallon in every five is lost before it reaches taps in homes and business premises, writes PETER FROST
posted by Morning Star in Features
A new documentary on India’s sweatshops is horrifying, says ALAN FRANK
posted by Morning Star in Arts
JOE GILL reports on a damning theatrical indictment of government austerity in the run up to the election
Bristol Old Vic
Despite its obvious appeal to a rapt school audience, shackling Robin Robertson’s accessible translation of Euripides’s classic tragedy to a modern domestic drama, fails to liberate...
Directed by Nacho Vigalondo
IF YOU have seen the trailer you may be forgiven for thinking this is an old-fashioned monster film but nothing could be further from the truth.
Whoever wins the Iranian presidential elections will be fully committed to the aims of the theocratic regime, writes NAVID SHOMALI