Tuesday Aug 16, 2022

Darwin Nunez: Will Liverpool striker learn from horror home debut?

Joe Cole was the only player, before Darwin Nunez, to be sent off in their first Premier League game for Liverpool at Anfield Manager Jurgen Klopp has promised new striker Darwin Nunez will learn from his nightmare home debut for Liverpool and come back stronger. As Anfield bows go it could not have been much […]

Ukraine war: Explosions rock Russian base in Ukraine’s Crimea

After a Russian air base at Saky was hit last Tuesday, satellite images revealed significant damage, with at least eight warplanes destroyed. Although Russia said that incident was also accidental, it was clear that the base had come under Ukrainian attack. The UK Ministry of Defence said the blasts had “significantly degraded” the aviation capability […]

James Anderson: England bowler set to join illustrious list of stars to complete at the elite level after turning 40

James Anderson celebrates his first Test wicket against Zimbabwe in 2003 (left), the wicket that made him the most successful pace bowler in Test history, overtaking Australia’s Glenn McGrath (middle) and his most recent Test wicket of India’s Shubman Gill in July (right) When James Anderson walks out for the first Test against South Africa […]

UK wages fall at record rate as prices soar

Separately, the ONS also revealed that quarterly job vacancies fell for the first time since 2020. Between May and July, they dropped by 19,800 to 1.274 million. Though the ONS points out that since vacancies fell to an all-time low between April to June 2020 in the beginning months of the Covid pandemic, they have […]

Scott Morrison: Ex-Australia PM held five additional portfolios, Albanese says

At one point in his leadership, Mr Morrison was also operating as minister of health, finance, home affairs, resources and the treasury. High profile ministerial positions – and the decision-making powers that come with them. All now centralized by one person. All done in secret.

Heathrow Airport extends cap on passengers to end of October

“Though the extension of the passenger cap may help Heathrow prevent a repeat of the unacceptable last-minute cancellations we saw earlier in the summer, thousands of people will now be anxious about whether their travel plans could be scuppered,” said Guy Hobbs, travel editor at the organisation.

Sacheen Littlefeather: Oscars apologises to actress after 50 years

“And the reasons for this being the treatment of American Indians today by the film industry and on television in movie re-runs, and also with recent happenings at Wounded Knee,” she said – in reference to a violent stand-off with federal agents at a site of significant importance to the Sioux people.

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